0apriluk 11 years ago Hi, how about a dancing bass monster ? you make a paste from corn flour and water, expose it to LOUD bass and it sort of moves about either in flat patterns or like a little dancing blobule thingy ? loads of videos on youtube, try searching on, non newtonian, bass monster, corn starch, etc. Apparently corn starch doesnt follow the usual newtonian rules of physics and when exposed to sudden high pressure it firms up, as opposed to the ususal watery responses of regular liquids. Great way to demonstrate some physical properties of newtonian liquids and then compare them to regular ones. Plus it requires gunge, & VERY LOUD MUSIC (any excuse!) . Theres loads of info on the web and you could always download some other video clips to further demonstrate non newtonian properties, ie, running across a swimming pool full of custard (i kid you not) you would probably also need some cling film/similar to carefully line the bass speaker with too, unless you want to demonstrate putting liquids into electrical equipment and the length of time it takes an ambulance to arrive!! (joking aside, DONT DO IT) science is much more fun when you dont wind up in hospital.