Beauty Edu: It’s melting! Strange Hair Gel Trick

Thought I’d do a really quick experiment today. As I mentioned in my Polyacrylate video, hair gels are hydrogels, which are network of long polymer chains that can attract and store large volumes of water. This is caused by water molecules that are attracted to the polymer and stick to it, forming a gel. A […]

DIY: Smiley soaps :) Funny Melt & Pour soap making

Push it! Push it more! I’m pushing It’s so heavy! Let’s bring something else

METAL THAT MELTS IN YOUR HANDS!

Whoa! What’s up, YouTube? Today we’re going to be experimenting with gallium. Gallium! (YELLING) Gallium! If you don’t know what gallium is, it’s the 31st element in the periodic table of elements. Gallium is a metal, but it melts in your hand. It has a really, really low melting point. So here we go. You […]

Melted Vinyl Record Bowl- easy DIY

Hi guys, this is Shay with Throne and Thimble and today I have a really fun and easy DIY for you guys to try, we’re gonne be melting vinyl records, so stick around and I’ll show you how to make them. So the main thing here is your vinyl records try and get the black […]

Heating food with electricity only

In this video, I’ll demonstrate how to reheat food in minutes by using electricity. To do so, we will only need a fork and an old electric wire. Let’s begin with some noodles! We will wrap the wires around the fork and spoon. Now, we will put both into the bowl in such a way, […]

10 Surprising Facts About: Electricity

1. The sun radiates more energy in 15 minutes than humans use every year around the world. If only we could find a way to channel the sun’s energy more efficiently. 2. You can make electricity from anything. Light, wind, water and even animal manure. The most common way of producing electricity around the world […]

Static Electricity and Bubbles!

Frostbite Theater presents… Cold Cuts! No baloney! Just science! Hi! I’m Joanna! And I’m Steve! And this is a Van de Graaff generator! And these… are bubbles! Have you ever noticed that you tend to get shocked less in the summer by static electricity than you do in the winter? That’s because usually there’s more […]