Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Playing with liquid nitrogen


I know it looks fun but PLEASE do not try this at home!


17 comments:

  1. Working in a lab for my day job, we often have liq N to play with...err, I mean work with. Very cool stuff!

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  2. Fascinating and no I won't be trying this at home ;) Enjoyed the video, thanks Janice.

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  3. Good grief! I actually leaned back when he put the liquid nitrogen into the bucket.

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  4. Ha ha! Science teachers have all the fun!

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  5. Interesting, but ....science was never my forte' --- and no, I will not try this at home!

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  6. That is sooooo cool. I saw something similar done recently in Brisbane for science week and it was a huge success with the public! Sue

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  7. If only school science lessons had been that much fun I would have enjoyed them more! Mind you, don't fancy picking up the ping-pong balls afterwards...

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  8. Wow. Definitely won't be trying that at home!

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  9. Well, that was fun! (But clearly there were onlookers who expected a second bang, as they kept their hands firmly clamped over their ears.)

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  10. Cool as! I never got bog-all this exciting at school!

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  11. Very impressive! What fun. Good teacher too.

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  12. What a great way to recruit science students

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  13. Like it!
    Schools please note! (Why should universities have all the fun?)

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  14. Fantastic.

    :-)

    He was right. That WAS "quite nice".

    Pearl

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  15. I think I would be afraid to play with it.

    But it's neat!

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  16. These antics are guaranteed to generate more interest in science as a subject. We need this in the schools.
    I will DEFINITELY not be trying this... ever! Thank you but no thank you.

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