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10 Magic Materials Which You Should Not Try ! ( Warning for Kids )

welcome to TTI and welcome to a whole new world of science today we’re listing some amazing and exciting materials which you should not try to foster at home so my friend sit back relax and enjoy number one ferrofluid I’m sure a lot of us know the film Lucy starring Scarlett Johansson and if […]

That’s How You Learn – Episode 5: Power and Electricity Testing

Hello friends! Guess where I am today. I’m at the UL lab in Melville, New York, which is just outside of New York City, and today we’re going to learn some really cool things about how electronics, electricity, and power is tested here at the Melville lab. So come on, let’s go check it out. […]

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 […]

Shatter Metal… With Liquid Nitrogen!

Frostbite Theater presents… Cold Cuts! No baloney! Just science! Hi! I’m Joanna! And I’m Steve! This is a Jefferson cup made out of pewter. Pewter is a soft metal, so I can squish it into a new shape by squeezing it a little bit. And, since it’s so soft, it makes a beautiful sounding bell. […]

Formaspace | Work Surfaces – Metals, Stainless Steel Overview

This video is going to cover our various metal tops that we have at Formaspace. The first and most common of which is stainless steel. Stainless comes in a variety of thicknesses, turn downs, radiuses… uh… we can pretty much do whatever you want in terms of stainless. A common one is a 303 stainless […]

Static Electricity and Water

Frostbite Theater presents… Cold Cuts! No baloney! Just science! Hi! I’m Joanna! And I’m Steve! And this is a piece of PVC pipe! And this is a plastic cup that has a hole drilled into the bottom of it. So, when I fill it with water, it leaks out of the bottom. If I charge […]

Live Science: Static Electricity

My name is Dave and welcome to the Science Museum of Virginia. Electricity is the energy created by moving negative charges or negative ions. Over here I have a Van de Graaff generator, so let’s see what happens when negative gets near a positive. Ah what do you see? We’re experiencing a discharge of static […]