Cornstarch & Water – Explained by Physicists – Heinrich Jaeger and Scott Waitukaitis

Cornstarch & Water – Explained by Physicists – Heinrich Jaeger and Scott Waitukaitis

The process of impact-activated solidification that occurs when compressive forces are applied to fluid-grain suspensions. The two researchers conduct experiments with a mixture of cornstarch and water that is classified as a non-Newtonian liquid. This video examines the strange behavior of the cornstarch-water liquid, which instantly changes into a solid within the area of impact….

How To Make Magic Mud – From a Potato!

How To Make Magic Mud – From a Potato!

It’s mind-blowing to think this stuff is in our food! Here’s how to make a glowing “magical mud” from ordinary potatoes. Because of the popularity of this project, I’ve put together a detailed 15 page PDF (http://bit.ly/MagicMudProjectPDF) with step-by-step instructions, Fun Facts, Helpful Hints, and loaded with pictures. I’m selling them to help compensate for…