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How To: Perform a cool water heat conduction experiment

This is a cool science experiment to show what a great heat conductor water is. You'll need some balloons, a candle and some water. Check it out and be amazed! Common sense tells you that it's impossible to boil water in a paper bag, but this classic parlor trick was a favorite of the Victorian magician. The real difficultly in performing this effect is making it look harder than it is! As you might imagine, the secret lies in yet another amazing property of water - it's ability to conduct he...

How To: Make a cool water elevator in Minecraft

The possibilities of Minecraft are absolutely endless! If you're looking for a fast way to get to the surface from your mine, or are looking for a cooler form of transportation than your standard minecart ride, check out this video on how to build your own automated water elevator! You will get a full tutorial on how to build the structure and get it flowing! Get it? Flowing? No? Oh well...

How To: Cool water for coffee

Scalding hot water will burn your coffee, like it burns you. Arno Holschuh shows one method for getting it down to the optimal temperature. Follow along with this cooking how-to video to learn a great way to cool water for coffee.

How To: Keep your dog cool in the summer with ice water

This video gives you tips on how to keep your dog cooler in the summer heat. Their natural body temperature in the summer is 102 degrees already. Dogs are unable to sweat. Their only mechanisms for cooling themselves naturally are their mouths and the pads of their feet.

How To: Make cool text floating in water using Photoshop

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make floating text on water. Begin by importing the water image into the program. Begin by selecting the polygonal lasso tool in the toolbox and select the top of the water. Once you have made the selection, right-click on it and select Layer via Copy. Then select the text tool and type in your text. Create a contour to make the 3D and give the text a light color. Then place Layer 1 over the ext layer and use the selection tool to place it behind t...

How To: Install a water cooled head on a DIO stroker cylinder

In this scooter engine customization tutorial you will learn how to install a 107 SEF cylinder with water cooled head in a Honda Elite DIO scooter. Modifying the stroker cylinder is a major modification so you should have some mechanical experience. This is part of the process of installing a stroker cylinder kit in a Honda Elite DIO scooter.

How To: Utilize evaporative cooling while camping

Keeping things like food and water refrigerated while you're camping in the bush is nearly impossible. Unless of course you've chosen to camp somewhere freezing cold. But if you haven't, evaporative cooling can be an effective technique to utilize for keeping water cool and food from spoiling as quickly. Obviously this can be crucial in a wilderness survival situation when your food supplies may be limited. This video outlines two ways to utilize evaporative cooling, first to cool a water bot...

How To: Practice scullling, juggling & headers for water polo

Three time US water polo Olympian, Wolf Wigo, demonstrates some tricks he used over the years to improve his game. In this video he demonstrates head and foot juggling, picking up the ball with his head, around the world and the helicopter backhand. These are fun things players can do on their own to improve their game and have some fun. This is an excellent way to get conditioned for water polo. This also looks cool and might make you look like a water polo show off.

How To: Make a lava lamp as a cool science experiment for kids

In this Family video tutorial you will learn how to make a lava lamp as a cool science experiment for kids. For this project you will need food coloring, water, vegetable oil and antacid pills. Take a bottle and fill quarter of the bottle with water. Fill up the rest of the space with oil. The water and oil will remain separate. Now drop food coloring in to the bottle. Each color will behave differently. For example, green settles at the bottom, yellow stays in the middle, red dissolves right...

How To: Do a cool volcano experiment at home

In this Education video tutorial you will learn how to do a cool volcano experiment at home. You will need a bottle of tonic water, mentos and some paper. Wrap the paper around the mentos to make a tube for releasing the mentos in to the bottle. Now pour about half a packet of mentos in to the paper tube and prevent them from falling off with your finger. Now open the bottle of tonic water and release all the mentos from the paper tube in to the bottle all at once. The tonic water will gush o...

How To: Do a science trick demonstrating surface tension with pepper, soap, and water

Surface tension is one of the coolest things about water. Without it, there would be no waterskiing, and that would be a sad world. This video will show you how to do a cool science magic trick with pepper, soap, and water that demonstrates surface tension. All you do is scatter the pepper on the surface of the water, then dab your finger with dishsoap and touch it to the water. You finger will appear to repel the pepper as the soap disturbs the surface tension of the water. Cool little trick...

How To: Replace a refrigerator's turning water filter

Besides being able to keep food cool and fresh for days, a fridge can also do much more. One feature that many are coming equipped with is an area for drinking water. This makes it easier to get a hold of nice, cool water during a hot summer day. But of course you need a filter to get rid of anything that may be harmful to you or others.

How To: Bake and frost petits fours

In this tutorial, we learn how to bake and frost petits fours with Rhonda. The tools you will need for this include: silicone pans, cake mix, cooking spray, cookie sheet, oven at 350 degrees, pourable fondant recipe, wax paper, cooling rack, bowls, how water, candy thermometer, spoons, knives, and forks. First, spray your pans with cooking spray and fill them with the cake mix up to half way. Now, place the silicone pan onto a cookie shit and bake in the oven for around 7 to 8 minutes. Then, ...

How To: Create water loops in five steps in Minecraft

While building your fortress in Minecraft you might have thought about doing some work with water. Sure, you could just build a moat, but what's cooler than making your own water loops!? Line them up with each other and watch them cycle water among one another in a very cool way! In this video you will get a quick five step tutorial on how to create one of the coolest things in Minecraft!

How To: Make clouds inside a bottle

Using a huge jar and with water colored with die in it you can make clouds. To do this set up the apparatus as shown in the video. Now open up the top valve and blow air into the jar. Now this causes the air inside to be compressed as we are pushing more air into the confined jar. This creates a high pressure inside the ball. To understand how clouds are formed you need to know two concepts. The first concept is that as pressurized gas expands it cools. The second thing is that warm gases can...

How To: Chill Any Drink in 1 Minute

Here is how to cool any desired drink to a nice and cold temperature in just one minute. Whatever the reason why you need a cool drink fast, whether it's because you don't have a fridge or freezer on hand, or that you just want to make your drink cold fast, this method is awesome.

How To: Watercool a PC

If you've never dabbled in water cooling, it's all about removing heat from the components in your PC using water instead of air–although instead of having a "cooling jacket" designed into the engine block, you attach a waterblock to the component you want to cool on your motherboard (or GPU, HD, memory, etc) in place of a heatsink, along with a set of tubes, a heat exchanger (i.e., radiator) along with a pump to move your coolant. In this video, you'll learn the fundamentals of watercooling ...

How To: Make edamame

Edamame are immature whole green soybeans—the only vegetable with a complete protein that’s similar to animal protein. And because they’re actually kind of fun to eat, they’re an excellent snack. . . and pretty tasty with beer, too. They are cheap and good for you. Learn how to make edamame.

How To: Perform a superheated steam science experiment

This is a cool experiment that shows what happens when we superheat steam. Wath as we move beyond a gas to something else! Steve Spangler is the science man and he'll turn you on to something cool. We usually think of water as a substance used to put out fires... but what happens when water turns to steam and that steam gets superheated? Watch in amazement as the steam created in the experiment is used to create - not extinguish - fire!

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