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Melting Marbles With Electricity

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Melting Marbles With Electricity

Hey guys We’re back today with another experiment that I’m personally excited about and been looking forward to for a couple of months I went picked up a couple of bags of marbles from the Dollar store And I’m bringing it back my mini Arc Furnace because I’d like to bring the two together and […]

Stopping Electricity – Faraday Cages

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Stopping Electricity – Faraday Cages

In 1755, Benjamin Franklin, curious about the workings of electricity, began testing various hypotheses. In one of his experiments, Franklin took an electrified silver can and dangled an uncharged cork ball (attached to a non-conductive silk string) into the can. The cork ball was not attracted to the interior of the electrified can. Puzzled, Franklin […]

Science for Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

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Science for Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

So this is a mini science event that is a collaboration between Science-U the MRSEC and Summer Academy here at Penn State each summer one of the priorities of the National Science Foundation is inspiring the next generation of scientists and making sure that the next generation includes members of every segment of the population. […]

NATURAL PHENOMENON Part 2 – Physics Class 8th CBSE #14

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NATURAL PHENOMENON Part 2 – Physics Class 8th CBSE #14

In the previous lesson we talked about electric charge. But did i talk about electric discharge, in this lesson i’ll talk about that but more importantly we’ll learn about lightning and earthquakes. Air normally doesn’t conduct electricity, but if the amount of electrical charge between two bodies is extremely huge, in 1000s of volts, then […]

Live Science: Static Electricity

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Live Science: Static Electricity

My name is Dave and welcome to the Science Museum of Virginia. Electricity is the energy created by moving negative charges or negative ions. Over here I have a Van de Graaff generator, so let’s see what happens when negative gets near a positive. Ah what do you see? We’re experiencing a discharge of static […]

The Memory of Water – h2o Remembers Everything | Love Nature

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The Memory of Water – h2o Remembers Everything | Love Nature

To what extent is water capable of picking up information? what does it perceive? and how does it remember it overtime? The Aerospace institute has discovered a relatively simple way of making a structure of a drop of water visible. the researchers have had their efforts rewarded by insights into a very beautiful world each […]

How well Water and Soil conduct Electricity / Electrical Earthing (Grounding) Science Experiment

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How well Water and Soil conduct Electricity / Electrical Earthing (Grounding) Science Experiment

Hi, welcome to electrical project Channel in this video you will see how well the ground conducts electricity For this experiment I use 220 volt light bulb, regular water and Salt water Let’s pour regular water… and salt water now let’s put one wire in the socket and another in water. It is regular water; […]

Top Inventions of Nikola Tesla! Inventor of modern electricity!

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Top Inventions of Nikola Tesla! Inventor of modern electricity!

Nikola Tesla was a Serbian American inventor who lived from July 1856 to January 1943 perhaps you have not heard of him by name but you will have undoubtedly heard of his many inventions so let’s look at the top inventions of Nikola Tesla see how many of these inventions you still use today number […]

New electricity inventions Free energy generator 220V – Easy Diy at School

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New electricity inventions Free energy generator 220V – Easy Diy at School