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Gotta love that dry British humor...
Right up until he threw the entire experiment away. Before that, sadly, it could have been genuine.
what we need is a third season taking on modern demo shows
also watch it and see if you spot the simon pegg cameo in one episode
in a recent standardisation the offical speeling was fixed to the american version "sulfur", but this is the same standardisation that corrected the american spelling of aluminum back to aluminium
truth is it hasnt changed in common use since its info no-one really hears, i only know because one ofmy lecturers used to edit american journals for international use and the fact that no-one changed their spelling after standardisation kind annoyed him
Anyway..SULFUR A METAL? DON`T BULLSH*T ME!
I wonder if anyone actually thought drinking sulphagne would make you shoot lasers out of your eyes?
Surely 3000 miles of water turns it to "sulfagne"? :P:D
i`m gonna make one of my friends drink sulphagne just to see if that really happens....it`d be better if i didn`t forget my pistol.....
or garbage can.
...And acting accordingly to such, may I say that sulphur is a non-metal because it contains no metal atoms but does have the properties of a metal.
I love the Look Around You series.
that`s what made it funny.
If so I want my prize because I won.
it gets better.
your fingers dont follow your mind.
May I have another?
WHY CANT YOU USE "SAID" CORRECTLY IN A SENTENCE?
hahainteresting to watch
and i love how the scientist just throws all his stuff away after he uses it just once.
(I COMMENTED ON SOMETHING IN THE VIDEO THAT MEANS I WATCHED IT)