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When was the last time you saw one of these? This classic childrens toy seems very simple but the chemistry involved is very interesting. Do you know how it works?

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Does anyone know of an "ible to make one of these things? I always wanted one as a kid.
<p>Did you ever find the answer you were looking for?</p>
It should be possible to do, I have also thought about trying to make one of these.<br> <br> I managed to find one of these in the late 90's and bought it as soon as i saw it as we had one in our front window for years back in the 70's.<br> <br> I brought the new one home set it up on the table and told my brothers kid not to touch it, I walked out of the room and literally 5 seconds later herd the tinkle of broken glass.&nbsp; Its seems she didn't touch it she just looked at it really hard.<br>
Yea, that tends to happen...... I too had the same destructive phsycokenesis powers as a child as well. I seemed to destroy everything i looked at. &gt;:)
When you said chemistry, you clearly meant PHYSICS. There are no chemical reactions involved, just physical interactions.
Well it's vaporising and condensing so technically it is chemistry.
<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tbody> <tr> <td colspan="2"><b>chemical reaction</b></td> </tr> <tr> <td colspan="2"><br /> <i>noun</i></td> </tr> <tr> <td colspan="2">(chemistry) a process in which one or more substances are changed into others</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <br /> No substance changing here, only state of matter.&nbsp; Physics, not chemistry.<br />
This isn't really an instructable. It's just a video from somewhere else, and it features no instructions of any sort.
I always wanted one of those.
me too, me too...
I thought this was about a drunk bird for a second.
when it dips its head down low it looks like it dies
This must be the toy i was thinking of earlier.
Those things are always cool.

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