The Backyard Scientist - YouTube Channel

The Backyard Scientist - YouTube Channel

If you have ever tried woodburning, you know that it can be time consuming and rather uneventfull. This instructable aims to change that. Let's create beautifully intricate fractals in seconds using high voltage electricity.In order to create this design you will need the following: FanSmall Water ContainerBrushesMicrowave Transformer(s)Extension Cords (Optional)Jumper CablesBucket or StandElectricity SupplyWoodWaterBaking Soda or SaltThis instructable was inspired by The Backyard…

Woodburning With Electricity

Learn how to create beautifully intricate fractals in seconds using high voltage electricity.

The Backyard Scientist Pours Molten Aluminum Into a Tank of Water Beads to Create Unique Metal Designs

The Backyard Scientist Pours Molten Aluminum Into a Tank of Water Beads to Create Unique Metal Designs

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 …

The Backyard Scientist Explodes Propane-Filled Balloons With a Drone

The Backyard Scientist Explodes Propane-Filled Balloons With a Drone, Under Water, and With Flaming Steel Wool

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

The Backyard Scientist Demonstrates How to Easily Build a DIY Hoverboard Powered by Dry Ice

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

'Backyard scientist' shows you how to create your own fire rainbow

'Backyard scientist' shows you how to create your own fire rainbow

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Mole study shows anyone can be backyard scientist

Scientific findings are awaiting discovery in your backyard. The requirement? A keen sense of observation and patience.

Oobleck, a mixture of cornstarch and water, doesn’t react to physical stress like conventional liquids do. That’s because it’s a non-Newtonian, shear-thickening fluid, meaning that it gets thicker under pressure. In this demonstration, YouTube’s Backyard Scientist poured Oobleck into a water balloon and then shot it with a golf ball cannon. Under that much stress, the Oobleck shattered like a solid instead of deforming like a liquid.  Credit: Backyard Scientist- “How strong is Ooobleck?”

SHATTERED Oobleck, a mixture of cornstarch and water, doesn’t react to physical stress like conventional liquids do. That’s because it’s a non-Newtonian, shear-thickening fluid, meaning that it gets.

What's better for a mad scientist labs atmosphere than dry ice?

So my mom brought dry ice home from work

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.

(50) How to Make an Aluminum Foundry - Backyard Scientist - YouTube

How to Make an Aluminum Foundry – Backyard Scientist

Get ready for the Great Backyard Bird Count! You can be a backyard scientist and count birds in your neighborhood this February 17-20! Get started with this FREE download from AJ Academy. Learn even more about birds when you play Animal Jam! Keep exploring and PLAY WILD!

Animal Jam Academy is a free resource library housing fun, immersive educational content as it relates to science, technology, engineering & art.

Backyard Scientist uses molten salt to blow up a tank full of water.

Molten Salt Makes Fish Tank Explode

Backyard Scientist uses molten salt to blow up a tank full of water.

EPIC Soda Bottle Rocket!

YOUTH This EPIC Bottle Rocket Flew Higher Than our Two Story House! Use a soda bottle, baking soda, and vinegar. Super fun science and backyard project! Demonstrate Newton's law of motion.

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

What Happens When You Pour Molten Aluminum into a Watermelon?

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

What Happens When You Pour Molten Aluminum into Water Polymer Beads?

The Backyard Scientist strikes again and ends up producing some very cool aluminum sculptures

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