Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Science Wonders

A acquaintance of mine messaged me a link once. "Watch it!" he added. It was a YouTube video of "brusspup," an account that uploads lots of experiments that are interesting to watch. While I went through various of those videos I thought some experiments were false, but it turns out that they're not! I highly recommend that you take a look at other brusspup videos. They're very interesting and they could also teach you one or two things!
These guys are very talented and they make me want to try to perform some of those experiments myself. So, when you get home, look around you. You never know what you could do with a pen or a flashlight. You just have to open your mind and study a little bit.
I am amazed of the incredible things one can do with ordinary stuff, and I hope you can appreciate them as well.









JFOB, 10th.

11 comments:

  1. I thought both of these experiments were pretty cool. I really liked the first one, I thought it was interesting how they got more and more complex. The second one was cool as well, though it made me dizzy.

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  2. These were both awesome videos. I've never heard of brusspup's channel, but maybe I will check them out now! The first video was really cool! Who'd have know that depending on the level of Hertz, you could create such intricate and beautiful designs.

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  3. Wow, that spinning illusion one is trippy, but that one when the sand moved based on sounds frequency was so cool! I never knew that could be done. I wonder what would happen if you made it even bigger. I feel like i've been hypnotized by the second video.

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  4. How incredible! I found those videos extremely neat. It's always interesting to see the kinds of science creations that one can come up with just by experimenting something. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  5. Wow! Thanks for sharing! This is amazing! I really liked the designs and am amazed.

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  6. Wow this is really trippy it hurts my eyes. haha Sometimes thing's like this just give me a headache and are not like.. cool to me.

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  7. Wow, this is so cool. I really love the resonance experiment! Before watching that video, I thought three minute and thirty nine seconds was really long, but when I played the video, I didn't even felt the time passing. So cool. Maybe I should recommend my sister to do that experiment for her science fair.

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  8. I have to admit that the glitter vibration thing was impressive. I mean I got bored because the videos are kinda long but the experiments were really cool. The second isn't as amazing as the first because all they had to do was add lights but it still looked awesome.

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  9. WOW that is really cool. I like the pictures came out. I know how to do it already. It is really cool how the sound waves create different types of images.

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  10. Oooh this is really awesome, this happens when you make art with science, really cool

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