Naked Soda Can Science - Cool Science Experiment!

You’ll never look at a can of soda in the same way after our science guy, Steve Spangler, shares a secret. He’s taking us into his table-top science lab to learn how to make a naked soda can.

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Sick Science! - Soap Souffle

Find out how Soap Souffle works here:
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Color Changing Powerade

Get everything you need to do this experiment here: http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/color-changing-powerade

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Cool Science Experiment- Leprechaun Traps

It’s a growing sensation with young scientists and engineers everywhere… trying to build a contraption that will snag a leprechaun. With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, our science guy, Steve Spangler, has been investigating this phenomenon and has three experts to share their secrets.

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Sick Science! №188 - Do Not Open Bottle

It’s the ultimate prank using the simplest of props… a plastic soda bottle filled with water. Even though the words “DO NOT OPEN” are printed on the bottle, people just can’t resist the temptation. Watch out, the fun is just beginning!

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Toilet Paper Blower Science

Our science guy, Steve Spangler, is back from his latest appearance on the Ellen Show where he propelled Ellen across the studio on a hovercraft powered by a leaf blower and a fire extinguisher. Steve promised to bring us back a surprise and he’s here today to deliver on that promise.

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Sick Science! №187 - Hook Challenge

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Sick Science! #165 - Screaming Balloon

Here’s an easy-to-do experiment using only a balloon and a hex nut from the hardware store. This is the perfect science of sound activity because kids will love it and parents will be left shouting, “STOP!” Be sure to buy enough supplies for all of your friends. This is also the perfect Halloween experiment for making spooky sounds.

Find out what is causing the “Screams” here:
http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/screaming-balloon

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Spangler Halloween LIVE! Part 01

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Cool Science Experiment- The Power of Air Pressure

With our busy lifestyles, it’s no surprise that lots of people are under pressure. But our science guy, Steve Spangler, has a different idea of what it means to be “under pressure.” And who better to demonstrate the power of air than our very own Danielle Grant?

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Sick Science! #162 - Twist in Time

It’s a demonstration that almost has to be seen in person to believe. Otherwise, you’re likely to say, “It’s fake… there’s no way that could happen!” As you’re watching the video, please remember that there is absolutely no trick photography. When disbelievers see the demonstration performed, the reaction is nothing short of astonishing. Based on our past experience, we know that color mixing is not a reversible process. Mix red and blue and you make purple. Separating the colors back into their original form is not only tricky but incomprehensible for many of us. Watch the video… you’ll see why we call it a “Twist in Time.”

Find out how it works here: http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/twist-in-time-laminar-flow

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Can Crushing Power - Cool Science Experiment

What do you do with the aluminum can after you’ve enjoyed that refreshing beverage? You crush it and then recycle it, of course. But our science guy Steve Spangler shares a new way to crush that can… and you only need a bowl of water, safety glasses and blow torch.

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Sick Science! #161 - Centripetal Force Penny

As a penny balances precariously on the hook of a wire hanger, you might think any sort of movement would send the penny flying. With a bit of physics know-how, you can spin the entire hanger around in a circle without losing the 1¢ coin. When it comes down to it, you just need to thank Sir Isaac Newton.

Find out how this works at:
http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/centripetal-force-penny

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Cool Science Experiment - Milk of Magnesia

If you’ve ever suffered from heartburn, you probably searched through the medicine cabinet for your favorite antacid. Our science guy, Steve Spangler, shares the colorful science of how the antacid works.

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Sick Science! #158 - Human Circuit

The Energy Stick makes quite the “buzz” when you’re using it. To the untrained eye, it appears to be a plastic tube with a jumble of wires inside and two silver bands at each end. Well, those silver bands are actually electrodes. All the wires on the inside? They’re a solid state sensing circuit, tone generator, sound transducer, battery power supply, and LED lights. The perfect use for the Energy Stick is as a simple, yet fun, tool for learning about continuity and circuits. So… how do you turn it on?

Find out why here:
http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/human-circuit

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