10 Crazy Experiments You Shouldnt Try at Home

Top 10 insane experiments you probably should not try at home from filling giant balloons with liquid nitrogen to being set on fire!

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5. Liquid Nitrogen Balloon
Try at your own risk! This one is certainly more dangerous than our last one and you really shouldn’t try. Grant Thompson decided to be a little more risky than usual when it comes to science experiments. Liquid nitrogen has the ability to pretty much instantly freeze anything instantly it comes into contact with. He basically filled up 6 foot balloons with the liquid nitrogen to see how fast the fumes could fill up the balloon and make it explode. Not only did this science daredevil spend around $220 dollars worth of liquid nitrogen and giant 6 foot balloons but also nearly lost an eye in the process when one of them exploded. Normally, the chemical would instantly freeze the rubber of the balloon but after some trial and error, he succeeded in having the balloon expand to its maximum capacity before it let off a thunderous boom

4. Lego Plane Crash
Unless you want to spend hours picking up legos and probably stepping them for the next month, you probably shouldn’t try this experiment. The Slow Mo Guys constructed a fairly large lego city only to completely destroy it later on. Testing out the physics of how a toy airplane crashing into the city, tone of the guys threw the airplane at point blank range, trying to cause as much destruction as possible, and of course, catching it on slow motion camera. Legos flew through the air in dramatic fashion. Then to make things a little more interesting, they blew up the airplane after it was crashed. These guys will be picking up legos for quite some time!

3. Hybrid Pasta Rocket
Who knew pasta could be used to power a rocket engine! For this one you need hydrogen peroxide, yeast, zita pasta, a jar, a canning jar lid and probably a fire extinguisher, just in case. This one is fairly simple. First pour in the hydrogen peroxide about 3 quarters the way full and then a quarter teaspoon of yeast. This will result in a lot of fizzing. The canning lid can be taken from something like a can of soup after you open it up. You don’t want to used the original lid from the jar for safety reasons. Poke hole about a quarter inch in diameter into the canning lid and place it over the fizzing concoction of yeast and hydrogen peroxide. Next, place the uncooked ziti over the hole on top of the canning lid. Then, be careful and light the top of the ziti. Since a lot of oxygen is being pumped through the canning lid hole, it gives the ziti a constant source of fuel. Rocket engines use very similar methods to this one.

2. Magnetic Fluid
Have you ever been curious to see magnetic fields in action? Magnetism is all around us but so hard to actually see it. For this next one, you just need vegetable oil, a rare earth magnet and some printer toner. Printer ink does contain iron so it makes it perfect for us to use when experimenting with magnets. Find a good jar and pour in about 50 ml of the printer toner. That stuff is expensive, so don’t use too much! Then take about 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil and mix it together so it has a thin consistency. This will make it easier to move. Grab your magnet and hold it outside the jar! This will allow to see the shapes of the magnetic pull. You’ll notice the closer you hold the magnet, there’s more little spikes that the fluid will create. The further you hold it, the bigger the spikes get but there’ll be less of them.

1.Watermelon Explosion
This next one is fairly simple and you’re just going to need a ton of rubber bands a watermelon, and someone ready and willing to clean up the mess. So take the watermelon, find a way so that it can stand upwards. Keep placing rubber bands around it. No matter how small, the rubber band is going to apply some pressure around the watermelon. The watermelon responds just slightly to the force for each one. The compression will slightly increase each time you place a rubberband around it, until it finally bursts! The explosion can be quite remarkable. You never know which one will break the camel’s back, or in this case, cause the watermelon to burst.



29 responses to “10 Crazy Experiments You Shouldnt Try at Home”

  1. Joshua Cheatham Avatar

    At 3:20 my sister does that

  2. Ana's World Avatar

    I like the video and subscribe

  3. Aden Ratzlaff Avatar

    what about putting a glow stick in the microwave and cooking it and then blows up

  4. D LJ Avatar

    So in number for I don't know why people are making experience on the 911

  5. Xx_wolfman_xX b Avatar


  6. Carlos Favela Avatar

    I don't know if you are the only person that can do that

  7. Hi En Avatar

    Well let's go to another place than home

  8. Door Lock Avatar

    you can try most of this at home like slime and ferrofluid

  9. Pop hit Gaming Avatar

    Agreed what is wrong with making slime my neiboghrs done that more than once

  10. Bella Janina Avatar

    My Summer camp teacher last year decided that it was a good idea to do the watermelon one

  11. 13raymondsRBLX #2 Avatar

    You say wizardry in the second one, but my whole class has done that twice, it really isn't something special

  12. Noel Bowers Avatar

    i did the homemade slime at summer camp

  13. Leon Kane Avatar

    at 3.31 he said or you can use adhdsaj

  14. Aidan Camacho Avatar

    I made the goo before!

  15. Alisha Cartwright Avatar

    I made holmade slime once my mom nearly killed me!!!!

  16. Daniel Bravo Avatar

    I subscribed :-)

  17. jack Avatar

    i am 100% not trying these well maybe the water melon one!

  18. Cpt boss Avatar

    in england you do number 9 all the time at high school (we dont have middle school)

  19. Joseph Hall Avatar

    idc I'm trying the match head rocket.

  20. Kelly Sankale Avatar

    Can the pasta rocket power any mini rocket cars?

  21. Rzzz Avatar

    its funny how he says we should not do it but he tells us how to do it

  22. burningstarr nova Avatar

    I already live science class

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