Send To A Friend 5 Scientific Ways To Make Water

Submitted by: icametoplay 8 years ago in Science
http://www.cracked.com/article_17276_5-scientific-ways-make-water-do-magic.html

Here are some things you can do with water that cross the line between science and magic and they"re all completely safe
There are 27 comments:
Male 468
I would like to see the boiling water one with like a swimming pool or ocean or something
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Male 3,915
those were awesome...especially the water bridge one...
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Male 736
cool
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Male 169
awesomeeee
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Female 2,064
Once again, this post`s name has mislead me. Awesome Cracked article, anyway. I`m going to try the instant freeze trick now.
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Male 3,755
I sent to a friend. In fact, I think they`re beginning to hate that I ever found IAB.
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Male 524
the instant freezing is badass.
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Male 1,666
Very cool, up until now I had only heard of a few of them
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Female 650
post is awkwardly named...
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Male 2,591
supercooled water super f-ing cool
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Male 221
Lol beercicle...
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Female 188
Yup, definitely gonna try THAT one naked.
but I`d never try the electricity one.
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Male 3,425
OMG, I tried the exploding water thing, and it worked! It worked! Nothing ever works for me!
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Female 1,082
i totally wanna try that whiskey poo
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Male 2,552
o.O I definitely think I will try some of those... But the boiling-water-thing has so been beaten. In Vostok, the southern most scientific station (I think that`s what it`s called), they measured -72 degrees celcius, enabling them to pour boiling water from the height of one meter, and the water hit ground as solid ice. THAT is badass. And no, I`m not a Russian.
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Female 15,763
Now I`m thirsty...
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Male 12,138
I do believe I recognise an Albert Heijn Bonuskaart in the water-whiskey switching vid. Kudos to anyone who knows what the hell I`m talking about.
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Female 9,561
mmm... frozen beer slush.
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Male 588
Water supposed to be perfectly clean, only H2O, nothing more, and heated over 100 degrees Celcius. Read more carefully next time. And/or watch mythbusters, they did that long time ago.
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Male 126
uh i always reheat tea in the microwave nothing bad has ever come from it
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Male 63
The explodeing water thing works with tea and coffee as well. This is why you NEVER microwave tea and coffee
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Female 838
Well I guess that explains how when I forget a beer in the freezer to long and I pull it out its liquid for a min then turns into a beer slushy. HHMMM science who knew!
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Male 4,807

A few quotes.......

"OK, this one is incredibly dangerous"

"Do we need to tell you that if you must try this at home, to only do it with adult supervision and proper safety equipment? Do we really?"

"Yeah, this one is also pretty dangerous. We`re off to a terrible start here."

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Male 4,807
Completely safe????? Give your head a shake, please.
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Male 1,226
"Send To A Friend 5 Scientific Ways To Make Water"
You forgot "do magic" at the end...made it sorta confusing...
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Male 247
Please, people. Do not even think of doing #5 unless you have protection from 212+ degree water and protection from flyings shards of glass. I have a friend whose mom was heating water for tea in a microwave. When she opened the door and picked up the mug, it exploded in her face and hands and she was scalded and suffered second degree burns.
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Male 224
Link: Send To A Friend 5 Scientific Ways To Make Water [Rate Link] - Here are some things you can do with water that cross the line between science and magic and they`re all completely safe
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