Flaming Peeps Experiment! Potassium Chlorate + Peeps = Fun TKOR Easter Project!

Hey guys welcome back to the King of Random cooking show where today were cooking with a fun little chemical called potassium chlorate. Now’s that time of year where these little marshmallow peeps are popping up all around the local grocery store. So i ran down to pick up a few boxes to see if […]

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Study Agriculture and Environment at UQ

I’m curious about the future. About how the world of science…will change the world. My generation will have crucial questions to answer. How can we stop damaging our environment? And start repairing it? How can agriculture feed and clothe more people? More efficiently. With less impact. To solve these problems, we’ll need help.We’ll need award-winning […]

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The 600 million year old technology beneath our feet | Michael Quintern | TEDxTauranga

Translator: hila scherba Reviewer: Arvind Patil Hi, I’m the guy who is the in charge of the muck, and boy, do I love muck! But share with me, why am I a soil scientist? Because that’s what I’ve been training and what I’ve done for the last 25 years, has become so attached to muck, […]

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Mini-Nuclear Reactors Are Coming, and They Could Reinvent the Energy Industry

Pat, we have a reactor trip on Unit 5. Containment is isolated. Demon water is isolated. CVCS is isolated. DHR is in service. And pressurizer heater trips has occurred. All safety functions are green. Understand. We’ve got a reactor trip on Unit 5 and all safety functions are green. That’s correct. Ryan, can you take […]

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Huge Exploding Foam Fountain: Hydrogen Peroxide & Potassium Iodide

today we’re going to be doing an experiment and because it’s so messy we decided to come out to the desert…the desert…and because it’s so fun we have TJ Smith joining us…thanks for having me dude! Absolutely T-e-e-j Ah this experiment is called the foam fountain of science or elephant toothpaste it’s very dangerous it […]

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