Learn how to create beautifully intricate fractals in seconds using high voltage electricity.
The latest experiment by The Backyard Scientist involved pouring molten aluminum into a fish tank full of water beads to see what kind of interesting designs were created as the molten metal flows …
In a recent video, The Backyard Scientist explodes propane-filled balloons using a drone armed with a sparkler. Taking viewer suggestions, he also pops some of the balloons using flaming steel wool…
The Backyard Scientist demonstrates how to easily build a DIY hoverboard powered by dry ice. As the ice sublimates, it creates a thin cushion of air that a
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Lol I love this. My mom works in a lab, and things get shipped to the lab in dry ice all the time. I do this every time I visit her at work and they have leftover dry ice in the sink.
Backyard Scientist uses molten salt to blow up a tank full of water.
Over at The Backyard Scientist, they wanted to know what would happen if you poured molten aluminum into a watermelon. The results were surprising. And ver
The Backyard Scientist strikes again and ends up producing some very cool aluminum sculptures