The old color changing milk trick amped up with Florescent Inks from highlighters! Toss in a blacklight (OK.. not literally, but hold it above) and REALLY see a show! This is a great experiment to show your kids... or for the kid in you. Groovy man!

KEY TO THE TRICK: Heat the milk! The hotter, the faster the reaction when you add the drop or two of dishwashing liquid!
Pretty Pretty Shiny Shiny&nbsp; *o*&nbsp; <br />
i know. there sooo pretty! must, drink! ahaoq! i fell funny. i think im poisend. i cnt sii gd. i si te l dodo couldnt complete this sentence. he died. im his brother.
Whoaaa the colors, they're changing!! You must try it dude!!
like, wow. Dude, try smokeing pot and watching this...
You mean smoke sticky salvia mint plant instead, its legal.
Just kidding I hope I didnt offend any one
wouldn't it be less rottening to use a cornstarch or other powder to make water white with it, instead of milk.
It would be a really good idea to make sure you are using food grade markers...
...well, don't drink it. not a lot of people out there have common sense...
why's it in the steampunk group?
Containers filled with unknown glowing fluid make people think it should be in a mad science's lab. And I guess mad science is strongly related to steampunk, some how...
meh i would leave it out but whatever :/
Ooohhhhhhh... that makes sense, I suppose.
head full of acid......... quote by"dr. Gonzo" obscure?
nice effects
virtual acid trip, lol
Cool...now where's my <em>Iron Butterfly</em> 8-track....<br/>
That can actually have some practical uses. Imagine the special effects you could pull for filmmaking.
I didn't even think of that! I'm a dork! lol ;)
This is pretty cool, nice job.

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