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32 Cool Science Experiments to do at Home - Science Projects for Kids | Educational Videos by Mocomi

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List of 32 science experiments to do at home for kids.

00:10 Under Water Candle – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
00:55 Boyle’s Law – Balloon Test – Cool Science Experiment
02:09 Upside Down Glass of Water – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
02:54 Refraction of Light in Water – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
03:50 Baking Soda Volcano – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
04:52 Making the Glass Invisible – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
06:02 Can Sound Move Objects? – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
07:07 Cornstarch and Water Bonding – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
08:18 Fire Water Balloon – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
09:03 Water in Plastic Bag Trick – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
10:35 Light and Shadow – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
11:25 Raw and Boiled Egg Spinning – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
12:26 3 Layer Density Test – Cool Science Experiments | Mocomi Kids
13:50 Static Electricity (Balloon and Woolen Cloth) – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
14:50 Can Magnets Attract anything? – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
15:58 Can Magnets Work through Substances? – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
16:54 Science of Combustion Physics | Science Experiments for Kids | Mocomi Kids
17:40 Coins and Paper – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
18:31 Singing Wine Glass – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
19:38 Surface Tension – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
20:36 Naked Eggs – Cool Kitchen Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
23:16 Sounds from Wine Glasses – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
24:38 Glass and Candle – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
25:34 Power of Magnets – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
26:30 Baking Soda, Vinegar and Inflating Balloon – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
27:29 Coke vs. Diet Coke! – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
28:47 Colour Changing Milk – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
30:03 How does a Straw Work? – Cool Science Experiments | Mocomi Kids
30:51 Egg Floating in Water – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
31:36 Transfer of Magnetism – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
32:29 How do Wheels Work? – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
34:11 Egg in a Bottle – Cool Science Experiments | Mocomi Kids

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I’ve made sure that most of these experiments are very easy and include household items. There is one, however, that requires buying things not found in typical homes. Read full article here….

This video is a compilation of 10 cool science experiments.
0:00 Jet engine in a jar
0:52 Traveling flame
1:16 Soapy water and gas
1:50 Drain cleaner and aluminium foil reaction
2:58 Brake fluid and pool chlorine
3:24 Coca Cola and pool chlorine reaction
4:01 Fire snake
5:13 Elephant toothpaste
5:52 Sugar and sulfuric acid reaction
7:33 Flammable hand sanitizer


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These are some of the scariest and shocking science experiments
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The world of science has brought us a plethora of possibilities and new discoveries about ourselves and our environment. It is because of science that some of the world’s diseases that were once feared are now no more than a common annoyance rather than a death sentence. Science is a life of trial and error of experiments that are meant to bring a breakthrough that will shake what we know about our world. Sometimes the road to these achievements and discoveries is sometimes a rocky one that the history books should forget. But at the same time, some of these endeavors are so disturbing that one has to wonder what exactly was the motivation and intention behind that specific experiment. The following experiments are some of the creepiest experiments that scientists have dove into, and it does nothing more than leave chills in our spines and make us wonder what we are doing with our knowledge and resources around us.
For example, Professor Kevin Warwick is considered to be the world’s first cyborg. His journey to having cybernetic enhancements and chips implanted into him was a personal endeavor, as he is the world’s expert on cybernetics. He can even interface with the university’s Wi-Fi! From computer chips to electrodes, Professor Warwick just may well have discovered the key to immortality in some form or another.
Then we have Dr. Duncan MacDougall, who had a theory that all bodies really do have living souls and that the souls have some sort of mass. He weighed numerous patients as they laid dying, and once their final breath was taken, proceeded to weigh them again. His conclusion was that the soul weighed 21 grams, since that was the difference with all of his patients in their weight before and after death.
In the 1500’s, a man by the name of Paracelsus tried to create a mini-human by implanting a human egg inside a horse, and then proceeded to feed the horse human blood. The experiment was never successful (thank goodness). Speaking of animals, a group of researchers gave an elephant named Tusko, a hefty dose of LSD in order to produce a temporary rage that male elephants sometimes experience. However, it seemed as though the researchers overdid it on the LSD and subsequently killed Tusko.
If you were ever wondered whether Frankenstein’s experiments could be real, just talk to Dr. Robert E. Cornish, who revived two dead dogs with a teeter system. The dogs were successfully revived after being clinically dead. A prisoner on death row volunteered to be the first human test subject, but the judge quickly vetoed the idea, as the concern of double jeopardy came up…meaning that there was some faith that Cornish’s experiment could work on a human.
The crazy thing is that these aren’t even the creepiest experiments on this list. What awaits you in the video is head swapping, wooly mammoth cloning, and adding an extra head to dogs. With all of these creepy and crazy experiments, one has to wonder; how far is too far in the name of science?
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The Human Cyborg
Weight of the Soul
The Homunculus
Elephants on Acid
Reanimated Corpse
Prison Experiment
Ape and Child
Woolly Mammoth
Head Transplant
Two Headed Dog
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A fun and easy science experiment for kids. This simple experiment requires cups, water, food colouring, and paper towels. Children will learn about mixing colours and absorption.

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Clear glasses/cups
Food Coloring
Paper Towels
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