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An Individual Cycle Sport Stacking World Record of 5.000 seconds

Sport stacking (also called cup stacking and speed stacking) first gained popularity in the 1980s, and under the guidance of the World Sport Stacking Association (WSSA), continues to hold championships and tournaments...

How to Carve a Mango Flower on a Stick

Watch this Puerto Peñasco, Mexico beach vendor cut up a mango and mount it on a stick, making it super easy to eat. As soon as he peels the skin off, he slices a spiral of fruit petals, and then sprinkles it with lime...

How To Make Mini Donut Cookies – SweetAmbs

Cookies that look like mini donuts! Cookie decorating artist Amber Spiegel demonstrates how to make these bite-size desserts look like donuts, crullers, cinnamon buns, and more thanks to the detail that she puts into ...

DIY Cloud Chamber – How to build your own particle detector

There's an easy way to build a particle detector for around $40. Yes, you can make your own particle detector to see invisible cosmic rays from space. In this video from US LHC at CERN -- LHC stands for Large Hadr...

Beatboxing Masterclass with Shlomo

A jazz drummer from the age of eight, British beatboxer and composer Schlomo began vocalizing rhythms when he was a kid as a way to practice drums. In these Musical Futures videos, he demonstrates how to beatbox. Abov...

Fresh Homemade Pasta, Made Simply

The next time the kids ask for pasta, try making a fresh batch together with this adaptable and simple pasta recipe: 2 1/4 cups of “00” flour, 3/4 teaspoons of salt, 2 whole eggs, 3 egg yolks, and 1 tablespoon (or mor...

How To Stop Yourself Being Ticklish – with Dr Emily Grossman

Why do we feel ticklish? Why does it make us laugh? It’s hard to pin down a scientific definition – or explanation – of tickling. It’s a complex phenomenon, involving a range of sensory and neurological elements, whic...

How do you find water bears (tardigrades) in the wild?

Tardigrades (also called water bears or moss piglets) refer to over 1,150 species of microscopic aquatic animals that can be found in moss, ferns, lichens, soil, beaches, dunes, and other damp habitats all over the pl...

How to peel potatoes quickly and easily

How do you peel a potato quickly, easily, and without the messy process of peeling them with a vegetable peeler? Dave Hax demonstrates a simple alternative that only requires a clean slice and boiling, or as he sugges...

ExpeRimental: Microwave cake in a mug + How to make play dough

In this easy ExpeRimental science experiment for kids (and adults who want a cylindrical pancake with their morning coffee), we learn how to make microwave cup-cakes... or really, mug-cakes. And what happens if we ...

ExpeRimental: How to make fizzy bottle rockets

This ExpeRimental episode from The Royal Institution is full of super explosive fun. Danielle and Michael show a group of kids how to make fizzy bottle rockets with some small, sports-capped plastic bottles, some Alka...

How to make smoke rings with a simple DIY vortex cannon

If you're looking to make a simple vortex canon for shooting smoke rings across the room, you'll like this DIY video by Dave Hax. All you'll need is an empty plastic bottle, a balloon, and an incense stick, preferably...

Cal Academy: How to Observe a Meteor Shower

Get some blankets, find a dark hill on a dark night, make sure you've napped, and put away that smartphone. The California Academy of Sciences has some excellent tips for seeing shooting stars, more accurately known a...

Mom’s Original Chinese Dumpling Recipe

Dumplings are a traditional Chinese Lunar New Year celebratory food that you can make all year around, and there's no shortage of recipes online to try: From lamb and pumpkin dumplings, to pork dumplings, to vegetaria...

ExpeRimental: Candle Chemistry

In this episode of ExpeRimental, Lisa and Josh explain the unseen as they make a flame jump through the air. Josh also measures how long it takes for covered candles to extinguish on their own. There's more activity i...

The Bread Kitchen: How to make 3- 4- 5- 6- 7- 8- & 9-Strand Braids

How do bakers braid or plait those intricately-woven loaves of bread that we've seen at the bakery? Perhaps surprisingly, braiding bread is pretty simple in concept and can be simply made with some practice, as demons...

How to make a carrot clarinet

From renaissance flutes to rubber glove bagpipes, Linsey Pollak has been making instruments since 1971. An Australian musician and composer, his musical inventions help make playing music more accessible and fun for a...

ExpeRimental: How to make bouncing eggs

Bounce, crack, dissolve, and make things a bit squidgy with stuff that's already around the house! The latest expeRiment from The Royal Institution is a classic for all ages: Olympia and her daughters, Viola and Elodi...

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