7 tricks with liquid nitrogen that you could try at your next party, but probably shouldn't!
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*IS THIS A RE-UPLOAD? Yes, and no. Some of you may recognize this video from last month. Due to feedback I got on safety concerns with 2-3 of the demonstrations, this version has those 3 demonstrations removed, and to show appreciation for your understanding on the re-make, I'm going to give away 3 sets of "buzz magnets" to 3 random viewers in 2 weeks. Just click "like", and leave a nice comment for a chance to win! Thanks in advance for your understanding, and appreciation!
UPDATE: The contest is now closed (11/09/2013). Congratulations to Scott Smith (user/squat224), Dylan M (channel/UCZ94JGqF0UD1WaeobqvDzKQ), and (user/TheBigBangHooligans). The 3 winners of the "Buzz Magnets"!
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Special thanks to my friend Chris Roberts, who built his own liquid nitrogen generator and supplied the LN2 for this project!
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Project Inspired By:
The Chicago Museum of Science and Industry: www.msichicago.org/whats-here/live-science/happy-brr-thday/
Projects & pictures that inspired this video:
#1: Suggested in the comments by a viewer on the "balloon babies" Quick Clip.
These projects and results are depictions of my own personal experiences, which may vary depending on location, and modifications to project ideas. There may be risks associated with some of these projects that I'm not aware of. Liquid Nitrogen is -321F and can cause sever tissue damage and serious damage after prolonged exposure. Use of this video content is at your own risk.
Project History & More Info:
In this video you'll see how to;
-Make a batch of futuristic ice cream (Homemade Dippin dots)
-Turn Marshmallows into sub-zero "chill pills" that let you see your breath
-Automate party horns to blow by themselves
-Easily blow up party balloons with hardly any effort
-Condense liquid oxygen and make it stick to a magnet
-Make "balloon babies" that grow up right before your eyes
-See what happens when you soak a helium balloon in liquid nitrogen