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I skipped over this lesson a couple times. Now I'm glad I FINALLY saw it! That is SO cool!
Thanks Mr. Krampf, I never new clouds could be so interesting.
HaHa I love the blooper: Floating in the WATER? But still a really cool video!
This video was really cool my teacher introduced it to me and I'm happy she did!
This was great I am totally going go to this YAY
this is one cool vid it was super epic love it keep it up
i like your video i learned new stuff today/luis
Thats A Cool Video
I learned that if you get Water Vapor+Cooling Air=Clouds that is so new to me!
What I learned was increadible! It was so cool learning about how making clouds
with a flashlight and your mouth! Thank you so much! I think im going to get an A+ in science so if I do I will thank you a million times......THANK YOU!
What does youre breath have anything to do with a test.
I learned that if you get water vapor and if u cool water vapor it will form a cloud.You will mostly see it in the night where it's cold.
Hello fellow world I watched this video to get better in science. This video was really and I think im going to get an A+. So once again I say thank you.
thats was cool!!
Thank you very much,I learned very much how a cloud forms with water vapor cooling that equals clouds!
This video is really funny sometimes. I just crack up! Im always going to watch his videos. His videos also inspire me to be a scientist when I grow up!
Thank you so much!
This video helped me a lot in science. I hope he makes a lot more videos.
Valentina from Cypress Springs Elementary
I like how you made that cloud in the dark. I wanna try that some night. Thanks for the lesson.
I want to do that to
I love making clouds because it makes you look like your breathing smoke. Like a dragon or something.
that was awesome! i think i might try that next time i go outside and do that!!
awesome i really liked that video i thouht it was amazing
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