1. Microwave Ivory Soap - Science Experiment


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    Let's have some hands on science fun with a microwave oven and bar of Ivory soap (only works with Ivory). When we heat the soap in the microwave it will expand to more than seven times…

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    • Instant Snow - Science Experiment


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      Making Instant Snow is an awesome thing to watch and a fun science experiment as well! It's a super absorbent polymer that begins as a normal looking white powderbut when water is added…

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      • Hand Boiler - Science Experiment


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        In this science experiment we will use a hand boiler to learn about the relationship between pressure and temperature. With this neat science toy you can see if your hot…

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        • Glitter Globe - Science Experiment


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          In this science experiment we will mix molecules to make a glitter globe. We combine rubbing alcohol, vegetable oil, and a few other goodies to make a cool science toy. http://weirdsciencekids.com/glitterglobe.html

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          • Genie In A Bottle - Science Experiment


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            The Genie in a Bottle experiment is an exothermic reaction. This means it releases heat. The soda bottle will get hot and shrink slightly. Oxygen is stored in liquid form in Hydrogen Peroxide. When…

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            • A Loakvidya-based critique of Science: Sunil Sahasrabudhey (Part 3/5)


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              Part Three of the interview recorded at Vidya Ashram (Sarnath, www.vidyaashram.org). Sunil Sahasrabudhey is a political-social activist and philosopher with over thirty years of experience of people’s…

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              • Rocky Mountain tailed frog jump and landing


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                The Rocky Mountain tailed frog and others in its family learned to jump early in frog evolution, but have still not mastered a clean landing. Credit: Richard L. Essner Jr.

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                • Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about science education


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                  Neil deGrasse Tyson addresses a group of young science students about science and science education.

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                  • CO2 project


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                    The microscopic world of atoms and environmental issues come together in this light and sound interactive prototype work. On one hand it represents carbon dioxide emission to the atmosphere, by…

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                    • Right Time Wrong Place


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                      All footage from GoPro

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