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spinache leaf viewed through a foldscope microscope

Sciencekid tests Foldscope

Sciencekid uses a new really cheap microscope made of paper, called a foldscope, to look at a piece of spinach. They are brand new and not out to the market yet. Using a magnet strip, you can project it and video it with your phone.

my little pony derpy jumping over rain clouds to capture muffins sidescroller game

Awesome programs!

Recently I got into a programming website called scratch, this is computer science, but anyways I made an awesome game, SO PLAY IT! This is a side scrolling my little pony game that I made for my sister, press space to go up, you try

science dry ice bubble

Dry ice bubble!

Dry ice is one of the coolest materials around, besides liquid nitrogen. Which I have say wins the award for being the coolest thing to experiment with, but, back to the point. I made a bubble solution with some dish soap and water. Put some

Cornstarch

Non-Newtonian Fluid

In this video, I combine cornstarch and water to make a non-Newtonian fluid (What is that !!!!????).  It is a fluid that changes from solid to liquid depending on the amount of pressure and heat on or around it.

bleehhh, salty

Salt and Sugar Crystal Experiment

You might remember, a long time ago, when I made (TRIED to make) borax crystals. It didn’t work, the paper clip I was using just turned black. So I decided to do it again and…drum roll please…success. I found out that instead of using a

How Doorbell Works

How a Buzzer Doorbell works

I borrowed some electronics from my Grandpa and thought I’d make a video of it.  I use a buzzer in it but I also have a doorbell, a light, and a motor. If you want to use the doorbell, just follow the instructions I give