Instructables: exploring - video - technology - science Fri, 5 Feb 2016 16:15:25 PST BLOX v1.01 PCRT DogFood and Rust (Potassium Cholrate Reaction Test) TrollFaceTheMan This is a new series where I test Various things for reactions with Potassium Chlorate, best of all I encourage the audience to also voice their Ideas on what they think I should do next. All my reactions with be mixed in a ratio of 2:1 (Potassium Chlorate, to Testing reactant...)  Unless stated oth...
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Wed, 30 Apr 2014 18:42:47 PDT
Is it conductive? Urnammu Investigations into conductivity and problems with accepting electric charge. Corona discharge is also explained.
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Wed, 11 Dec 2013 05:04:39 PST
Discharging a charged ruler in a flame Urnammu Again discharging a charged object in a flame.
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Tue, 23 Apr 2013 07:04:44 PDT
Polarized Light Microscopy Reveals Hidden Beauty in Everyday Substances barkergk Mixes Science with Art!
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Mon, 1 Apr 2013 15:42:08 PDT
Independence Project Submission (pro/am Astronomy) georgeATM This is my submission for the independence project. I would like to contribute to science in the astronomical community. If you would like to know more about Professional/amateur collaboration opportunities please visit: Lowell Amateur Research Initiative Ameri...
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Sun, 2 Sep 2012 12:18:29 PDT
What is Yeast? Singer Instruments What is yeast? Yeast infection, beer brewing & baking are some of its roles - But 'what the Candida' is it?!
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Thu, 29 Mar 2012 08:22:27 PDT
Happy approximately pi day, March 22 alejandroerickson This is a little late for pi day, but March 22nd is the perfect day to post this approximation of Pi.  The man behind the calculation is Comte de Buffon, 1707-1788. To try this yourself you'll need a large-ish flat surface with parallel lines at regular intervals (same distances between them), and ...
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Thu, 22 Mar 2012 10:39:34 PDT
Make A Cloud Disappear! signalred Using simple science create a cloud in a bottle then make it disappear. Very easy to perform. It's really fun to do. You definitely should try this one!
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Mon, 1 Mar 2010 19:20:29 PST
New Friends and Old Enemies (The Geek Group) thermoelectric During this video, A few new members visited the lab, Chris showed them Thumper, and Chris also found out he had a creepy stalker who know where his earmuffs were. :-) This is one of the many videos The Geek Group produces, you can see the rest of their videos on their Youtube channel here. You can...
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Fri, 12 Feb 2010 10:17:21 PST
How to Build a Wind Power Generator doctorgig Harvesting the wind for energy is not a new concept.  The origins of using the  winds to to produce mechanical energy are lost in the mists of time . Mankind was using wind power to move his ships and grind his grain at least a couple thousand years ago. With the advent of electricity it was only na...
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Fri, 27 Nov 2009 09:35:15 PST
A Different Pepsi Challenge greeenpro What will happen if you drop 2 unopened cans of Pepsi (1 regular, 1 diet) into a pool of water? Will they both sink or both float? The answer may surprise you! This instructable will show you the setup of this simple, yet possibly surprising "challenge." The few items you'll need, a display of t...
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Fri, 4 Sep 2009 09:05:53 PDT
Air Cannon Fun rock climber I researched and built my first air cannon this summer. Here are some of the things I shot out of it.
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Sun, 19 Oct 2008 08:54:02 PDT
How seeing how strong is you cell phone Serge Savoie Microwave emitted by cellphone can be seeing with this little experiment.
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Sun, 31 Aug 2008 08:28:44 PDT
How to Make A Mallomar Transformer When Mallomars are placed into a vacuum they go through a cool transformation. The marshmallow inside expands and breaks throught the chocolate coating. Interestingly, when the pressure is reapplied the mallomars go back to its original cookie shape. This is a great demonstration of Boyle's Law. P...

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Thu, 24 Jan 2008 20:20:56 PST