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Lighting a Bulb With a Balloon

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0157
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Can you really light a lightbulb with a balloon? Of course you can!


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Can you really light a lightbulb with a balloon? Of course you can!
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5:05

Science of Credit Cards

Number: 
0156
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Why does putting a plastic bag over a credit card make it scan better?


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How is the information stored on a credit card, and why does putting a plastic bag over an old card make it scan better?
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4:28

Faults

Number: 
0155
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What is a fault? How do they form? What can they tell us about the Earth?


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What is a fault? How do they form? What can they tell us about the Earth?
Length: 
4:57

Foodchain: Primary Consumers

Number: 
0154
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This video is part of the new Food Web Study Unit.

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Link to Secondary Consumers

Following the Producers video, take the next step up the food chain, and learn about herbivores.


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Home - The Food Web
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Following the Producers video, take the next step up the food chain, and learn about herbivores.
Length: 
4:56

What is Science?

Number: 
0153
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The definition of science is not nearly as simple as you might think.
Length: 
12:55

Laser Projection Microscope

Number: 
0152
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Turn a $5 laser pointer into a projection microscope! This is one of the coolest demos that I have come across in a long time!


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Back to the Science With a Microscope study unit
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Turn a $5 laser pointer into a projection microscope!
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4:45

Why Wet Things Turn Dark

Number: 
0010
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Why does making something wet cause it to look darker?


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Why does making something wet cause it to look darker?
Length: 
1:23

Color Changing Flowers

Number: 
0013
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Use chemistry to change the colors in a bouquet of flowers.


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Use chemistry to change the colors in a bouquet of flowers.
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3:15

Making Turmeric Paper

Number: 
0016
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This spice makes a marvelous acid/base indicator!


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This spice makes a marvelous acid/base indicator!
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2:48

Half a Water Balloon

Number: 
0032
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Why is half a water balloon different from a full one?


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Why is half a water balloon different from a full one?
Length: 
1:39

The Right Answer

Number: 
0033
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Sometimes the right answer is not the only answer.


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Sometimes the right answer is not the only answer.
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2:03

The Science of Pizza

Number: 
0035
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Is the cheese on a pizza really hotter than the crust?


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Is the cheese on a pizza really hotter than the crust?
Length: 
2:13

Doppler Effect

Number: 
0038
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Why does the sound of a car change as it passes you?


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Why does the sound of a car change as it passes you?
Length: 
2:38

Wrong Way Balloon

Number: 
0039
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Why do balloons act crazy in your car?


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Why do balloons act crazy in your car?
Length: 
1:45

Reaction Time

Number: 
0040
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How quick are you?


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How quick are you?
Length: 
1:24