Instructables: exploring - technology - science - fun - experiment Sun, 30 Aug 2015 05:03:18 PDT BLOX v1.01 Backwards Water - Real Life Gravity Defying Water
Backwards Water - Real Life Gravity Defying Water - More DIY How To Projects]]> WorkshopWizard A while back I was watching an episode of "Breaking Magic" which is a television series consisting of amazing scientific stunts and experiments when I saw something that was quite amazing... Gravity Defying Water! I thought to myself "That is so cool, I just have to try it!" The clip of the amazing...
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Tue, 25 Aug 2015 13:40:36 PDT
DIY Bio-plastics
DIY Bio-plastics - More DIY How To Projects]]> jordan.stark.505 Bio-plastics are a great alternative to traditional plastics, which are often composed of petroleum products. As years pass, we have less and less petroleum available to us, so it is important to find a suitable alternative. You can't beat the light-weight, low-cost applications of plastic products,...
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Sun, 19 Apr 2015 08:36:59 PDT
How to Defy Gravity with Science (or make them think you can)
How to Defy Gravity with Science (or make them think you can) - More DIY How To Projects]]> SpecificLove (Watch Video) This is a great way to change the center of gravity on items hanging off the edge of a table and make them look like they are being held up by nothing. Your friends will be amazed at your skill. This would also make a great science experiment for home or school.
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Wed, 12 Nov 2014 08:48:55 PST
Magic Floating Bubbles mist8k For this trick all you need to do is fill up a container with butane gas and blow dish soap bubbles in to the container. Watch as the bubbles land on the invisible layer of butane and look like they are deifying gravity! Because the butane is heavier than air the it creates a cushion for the bubbles...
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Sat, 22 Mar 2014 03:57:36 PDT
Instantaneously Curdling Milk Using Monster And Other Soft Drinks!?! TrollFaceTheMan Sorry about talking so fast in the beginning, some footage was lost during editing and I had talked fast trying to make up for it... In this video I mix Monster, Full Throttle and Fanta Orange pop with milk In order To see what effects It has on it... Stick Around To The End For Monster Vs. Full Th...
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Tue, 4 Mar 2014 23:21:10 PST
Concentrating Rubbing Alcohol With Table Salt! TrollFaceTheMan With some Non-Iodized table salt, we will concentrate some Isopropyl Alcohol from 70% to around 95% This is a remake of a Video I had made Here ( which had poor Cropping due to recording angle... Also this video simplifies some of the methods to increase convenience too ...
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Mon, 3 Mar 2014 12:50:14 PST
Converting Ammonium Nitrate To Sodium Nitrate For Pyrotechnics Using Lye TrollFaceTheMan In this video I will Show you how to turn and instant cold pack and some drain cleaner powder into a viable oxidizer for all your pyrotechnics needs... This work very well as a Potassium Nitrate Substitute, especially for sugar rockets and such... Now this should not be attempted by anyone except a ...
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Mon, 3 Mar 2014 12:26:42 PST
Pencil-pierced bag that doesn't leak! Try it Now!
Pencil-pierced bag that doesn't leak! Try it Now! - More DIY How To Projects]]> wesleykxm Ever wondered what would happen if you pierced a plastic bag with a pencil and left the pencil in it? Would it leak or not? Read on to find out!AimTo investigate if a pencil-pierced bag with the pencil still in it will leak.HypothesisI think that the bag, once pierced by the pencil will leak or rupt...
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Fri, 28 Feb 2014 05:45:59 PST
Crazy Mini Magnetic Stirrer
Crazy Mini Magnetic Stirrer - More DIY How To Projects]]> Atakan Atamert   I was planning to build those for a while now I got a chance to build one. So let's start building. Materials:    -PC Fan    -Neodymium Hard Disk Magnet    -SPST Switch    -Bunch of Round Magnets    -Alligator cables (for testing)    -Enclosure    -Wire Tools:    -X-acto Knife    -Hot Gl...
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Sat, 14 Sep 2013 14:39:42 PDT
Home Experiment: Newton's First Law/Law of Inertia ThirstForScience This is a variation of the classic pulling out the table cloth experiment. The pen cap can be substituted for anything small enough to fit inside of the bottle's neck. If you find it difficult, you can try using something that is shorter, such as a pebble. An object at rest tends to stay at rest an...
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Sat, 23 Jan 2010 10:21:18 PST
Stacking Liquids: Home Experiment ThirstForScience An easy home experiment; create a tower of liquids. The liquids near the bottom are more dense while the objects on top are less dense. This can also be used to determine the relative density of solid objects. Place them in the container and see where they float. Check for m...
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Sat, 23 Jan 2010 10:10:24 PST
Make A Gravity Soda Holder! signalred Learn how to make this cool gravity soda holder. Great conversation piece! Look for the plans at the end of the video. Pause to write them down. Very simple to make.
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Sat, 19 Dec 2009 21:38:44 PST
Make a Pencil's Lead Potentiometer (Experimentations)
Make a Pencil's Lead Potentiometer (Experimentations) - More DIY How To Projects]]> Patented Here is a really simple experiment in witch you will make a Kind of potentiometer (Variable Resistor) out of a sheet of paper and a graphite pencil (Lead Pencil)... Impossible you think? Check it out!So first , What is a Potentiometer?Its not very complicated, to make it short, it's a kind of resi...
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Wed, 26 Aug 2009 13:55:31 PDT
"Home Made" Liquid Nitrogen, for next to nothing!
"Home Made" Liquid Nitrogen, for next to nothing! - More DIY How To Projects]]> rerat Or, poor man's liquid nitrogen. I'm in college, but unfortunately no chem classes, nor do I have the money for a Dewar's of my own to have filled. I heard of this technique from a friend of a teacher's son's maid..or something, it was a while ago. Full credit for this idea belongs to wbeaty over ar ...
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Fri, 17 Oct 2008 21:40:21 PDT
Make a Super Bouncy Ball
Make a Super Bouncy Ball - More DIY How To Projects]]> Welcome to my instructable, where I will tell you how to make a great little toy using a chemical reaction, and easy-to-get chemicals.Great science-fun for kids too! Materials needed This bouncy ball is made using a reaction between the two following chemicals:- Alcohol (Ethanol) - You should be...

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Wed, 9 Jan 2008 12:49:18 PST
How to make Hydrogen
How to make Hydrogen - More DIY How To Projects]]> steven07 Hello I will start by saying that this is my first instructable and would value any input that may lead to improve this article. I would also like to advise everyone to take safety precautions. DANGEROUS THINGS ARE DANGEROUS you get it?Throughout this article I will show you how to create, store an...
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Wed, 25 Apr 2007 08:27:31 PDT