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they told me it was reactive. i didnt know it was THIS reactive :o
...Just thought I`d share that.
I really wish we did these kind of labs instead of dissecting a Happy Meal.
Brainiac is nothing like Mythbusters, which tries to be accurate. Brainiac is just for laughs and the only thing that should be taken seriously on it is the "do not try this at home" warnings, although you should be able to work out for yourself that doing something like putting some petrol in a balloon, taping a steel spoon to the balloon and putting it in a microwave oven on max for a while is unlikely to be a sensible thing to do in your own kitchen.
it must be a brit thing, my dad says "the dogs nuts" all the time... like "hes car is the dogs nuts" lol
and your an arse head, but there we go..
We never forget.
its brainiac isn`t it. as in brain. you guys threw me off a bit coz a couple of you wrote braniac too.
ahhh ikkle hamster, love him, i could just pick him up and put him in my pocket. his the main reason why brainiac and topgear are my fav shows.yeah, im fickle.
I thought so...
or something like that
Anyway, Backfat, I have a friend whos school banned these chemicals because someone flushed sodium down the toilet XD
If you go far enough in chemistry, your professor/teacher will show you alkali metals with water, but perhaps not on a grand scale like rubidium...more like potassium and lithium in water.
And by the way, their rubidium explosion in the bathtub isn`t real :( My professor showed this exact video in lecture last year and explained that the explosion would be on a much larger magnitude with more fire.
You can "prove" science, but you can`t disprove God.Therefore, God made the tubs blow up, not science.