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How to make a self-starting siphon

...Rob Morrison demonstrates how a self-starting siphon can move the liquid with relative ease. And after you’ve seen the physics, you can make your own self-starting siphon with some bendy...

Denha’s Noisy Marble Machine

...an experienced maker. In this 2011 video, via Make, he diligently filmed four years of his marble rollercoaster creations: To explore engineering, physics, and tinkering first-hand, we highly...

How to make Reindeer Rockets

If you want to study the physics of flying reindeer (and make a super fun mess in the process), make Reindeer Rockets. Maddie Moate and Greg Foot combine small...

Soap, water and corn syrup bubbles freezing

Over the course of two years, Barrie, Ontario-based photographer Don Komarechka filmed ice crystals forming across the thin walls of freezing bubbles. In Winter’s Magic, he’s collected the...

What’s the right way to wash your hands?

...them very thoroughly. He continues to explain that he uses something close to the video’s recommended method and, even as an emergency department physician working with patients, he hasn’t gotten...

Is it impossible to skip a stone 89 times?

“Skipping a stone might seem like a simple thing, but it’s actually this beautifully complex mix of skill, athleticism, and fascinating physics.” And in what might be one of...

The Meissner Effect: How to levitate a neodymium magnet

...hand required. Read more about Harvard’s DIY demo and Dartmouth’s safety precautions for handling liquid nitrogen. Then watch more demonstration videos, more videos about magnetic fields and more levitation...

What happens to balloon animals in liquid nitrogen?

How can you fit a bunch of balloon animals into a small container? Add some liquid nitrogen into the mix, as demonstrated in this video by Real Physics Live,...

Use a 9-volt battery to break water into its elemental components

...own DIY electrolysis device. There’s also a combustion test at the end of the experiment: Both oxygen and hydrogen gases are clear and odorless. So how do you know...

Creating wood ash cement from scratch, an experiment

...Primitive Technology, barrel tiled shed & tiled roof hut, pottery from beach-harvested clay, growing cement bricks with bacteria, and from Minute Physics: Concrete does not dry out....

Green Ball Adventure, a Sprice Machines chain reaction

Follow this green ball on an adventure across a series of contraptions and chain reactions set up on a pegboard wall. This new screen link video from Steve...

Hedwig’s Theme from Harry Potter played on a glass harp in Italy

...Italian city on vacation, Hashem Al-Ghaili filmed the performance, remarking that “art and physics go hand in hand.” A glass harp… …is played by running moistened or chalked fingers around...

Observing the angle of repose with DIY physics devices

...all exhibit this property. Science teacher Bruce Yeany demonstrates the angle of repose with his DIY physics devices full of sand. See how he made them in the 2016...

How bubble engineer Melody Yang makes mind-blowing bubbles

Blowing bubbles might seem pretty simple, but when you’ve spent a lifetime studying the science and behavior of bubbles, setting world records and creating them for audiences around...

How to collect black sand with a magnet

...test tube, a funnel, and some masking tape to try this DIY science project next: Magnetic Lines of Force. Then watch make a DIY squeeze box, Liquid Sand...

The Coupled Pendulum, a physics demonstration

See the simple laws of physics at work: Two pendulums swing on a string, transferring energy from one to the other and back again. This demonstration by MarkHacks, made...

The precision and serendipity of Ebru (paper marbling)

Watch ebru artist Alparslan Babaoğlu as he floats bright blue and yellow flowers on the surface of water and then transfers the piece to paper. The Turkish artist...

Balanced bottle sculptures by balancing artist Rocky Byun

Balancing artist Rocky Byun has filled his YouTube channel with patience and practice. In his videos, he balances rocks, chunks of ice, bicycles, sticks and other objects, but...

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