Experimental Madness
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Comments

  • Ethan Haas
    Ethan Haas 3 days ago

    Fantastic channel. I wish you had more views. Cheers m8

  • Cody James Singleton

    You made lye... Edit: And then you smelted it?

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Day ago

      So its not really Lye, its a mix of mostly sodium carbonate, potassium carbonate, and some other salts. I heated it in a furnace to remove most impurities like organic substances. All the organic junk burns away into carbon and can be removed when dissolved in water. I wasn't supposed to melt the metal cup though

  • Chemlab101
    Chemlab101 4 days ago

    Oh, how badly I wanted an explosion edit at 3:45

  • Joshua Bell
    Joshua Bell 4 days ago

    Great video!! So h0t i think i c@m3

  • CosP0 !
    CosP0 ! 4 days ago

    You're playing russian roulette by doing this.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 4 days ago

      @Chemlab101 Yeah, i also thought of that. The balloons were also originally much larger, but hydrogen leaks out balloons very fast and a few hours later they had shrunk. I tried breathing out all of the air in my lungs at least

    • Chemlab101
      Chemlab101 4 days ago

      @Experimental Madness Ya, lol what I would do is to take two ballons, both fulled with pure hydrogen, then breath the first one in,then out and without sucking in normal air quickly move to your second ballon and then do it, Cause this will bleed your system of oxygen, lol and with that said make sure you don't pass out :)

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 4 days ago

      In all honesty, it is really stupid, hence why i said not to repeat the experiment. It would be incredibly unlucky for me to have a spark and the right ratio of hydrogen and oxygen to be in the air around, and inside my lungs. There is plenty of evidence that it can be explosive, but also evidence that it can be inhaled safely. I wouldn't have done this if others hadn't done so already. (Keep in mind, this video is a bit of a joke. It is real, but mostly just some fun. obviously im not trying to encourage others to try this)

    • Waterrocketsrule
      Waterrocketsrule 4 days ago

      @Experimental Madness Maybe ? Your right you wonder why there's not a lot of videos on TVclip about inhaling Hydrogen gas because its a STUPID thing to do!!!

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 4 days ago

      Maybe...

  • BajaCAFrank
    BajaCAFrank 8 days ago

    can a hot glue gun melt this plastic?

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 7 days ago

      A low melt glue gun definately wouldn't. A high melt glue gun might. It would probably be really hard to use though as it is very viscous .

  • Anand Dodiya
    Anand Dodiya 8 days ago

    Tu chutya hai

  • Rebecca C
    Rebecca C 10 days ago

    If you are interested in this process- a school in Scotland is doing lots of interesting things with HDPE as part of the curriculum and have a youtube channel tvclip.biz/channel/UCpxqMF6P3z_LRPuj51o31CQ

  • Riad
    Riad 11 days ago

    Yeah that's true in my Chemistry class some acid fall into my hand and I didn't feel anything.

  • madmelon101
    madmelon101 12 days ago

    dude, wear some gloves!

  • Escuadrón Rapador Bo bobo

    How much purity does it have?

  • Ian Whiteley
    Ian Whiteley 15 days ago

    Wasted 95/ of what you had

  • Natureboy Bryon
    Natureboy Bryon 17 days ago

    Weak lye

  • Taha universe
    Taha universe 19 days ago

    Can you make nitric acid from air using this thing? PS your intro is amazing

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 18 days ago

      And thanks, i appreciate your feedback on my intro :)

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 19 days ago

      Probably not, the electricity in this thing is actually only capable of making about 1mm sparks. The reason it looks powerful is because the plasma globe is a vacuum and contains an inert gas that makes it easier for the electrons to travel to my hand. Take the globe off and you would see no sparks

  • hehheee 1
    hehheee 1 21 day ago

    I just bought sky watcher 250 telescope + 8mm and 17mm baader hyperion eye pieces + barlow lens👍😛

  • Sparkletoppop
    Sparkletoppop 23 days ago

    This is so random Lmfaooo

  • Sparkletoppop
    Sparkletoppop 23 days ago

    You’re funny

  • Sparkletoppop
    Sparkletoppop 23 days ago

    Interesting

  • T is for Tech
    T is for Tech 23 days ago

    Should have wore them on the same wrist...

  • med bar
    med bar 24 days ago

    Waste of time

  • Laurie Memo
    Laurie Memo 26 days ago

    Hey, i wanna know if the tube of capacitor it´s made by plastic?

  • Macon Leighton
    Macon Leighton 28 days ago

    Ok, so more than a few things: Good try. Keep experimenting. HDPE is not like 'wax.' If you are referring to paraffin wax, which is something like candle wax, they are very different chemical structures. They really have almost nothing in common other than both being hydrocarbons. High Density Polyethylene is a chain of hydrocarbons, (poly - many, ethylene - a hydrocarbon) and high density meaning it is heavily cross linked. Crosslinking occurs when hydrocarbons are heated. It is when multiple hydrogens link with other hydrogens and is a very difficult bond to break. It's basically irreversible other than through total incineration. Paraffin wax is also a hydrocarbon, but the similarities end there. HDPE is not 'environmentally safe' now that you have put it in a brick, or even before then. It's not explicitly toxic, either. HDPE is relatively inert, not many things interact with it. That's why concentrated sulfuric acid and nitric acid and hydrogen peroxide and sodium hydroxide and milk and water are shipped in it and stored in it and we eat and drink from it. But it is especially susceptible to UV radiation, heat, and humidity. That's why plastic in the ocean breaks down, why it changes colors if you leave it in the sun, and why you shouldn't leave bottles in the car to heat up and why labels change color and a whole host of other effects. You can bury it, where it is protected from sun, heat, and humidity, but then it doesn't go anywhere. It's just a bundle of hydrocarbons sitting in the ground forever. Or until enough pressure and heat come along and turn it back into oil and methane. Which will be a very long time if you bury it in your garden. The smoke you are seeing in the first part of your video is not (only) from 'bits of label' that you didn't peel off. It's a combination of label (a paper product) adhesive (yet another type of hydrocarbon) and old plastic bits that are so small they are heating up and vaporizing before melting like the others. You should have done this extremely slowly. If anyone is to try this at home, do not start at 225. Start at 125. Then slowly increase to 150 and try to form your new shape. Then maybe 175, but you will begin to get fumes at this point. If you see any smoke, you are too hot. Watch any "How It's Made" video on injection molding. There are no fumes. Fumes mean the plastic is burning and chemical bonds are being broken. You want to gently heat this until it is able to be formed into a new shape, not incinerate it. Do not use an adjustable crescent wrench to smash bubbles out of melting plastic. It's not the right tool. Do not smash the plastic into submission. You do not want to splatter anything. Do not try to make a 'puddle' of 'goop.' If you have a puddle, you have gone to far. If you do have bubbles, you want to fold them in and slowly knead it like dough. It should have the consistency of very think, very tough bread dough. Do not knead it with your hands. Use tools, like perhaps a fire poker or steel skewer, leather awl or a very very long nail or screw. Again, watch any video on plastic molding and note how the tools used are augers, screws, paddles and wheels to spin and form the molten plastic like dough. Using plastic to make bricks for building is a fun idea, and you can do it from home, but as another commenter mentioned, you should definitely use a respirator with the proper gas cartridges. Always, even if you don't see fumes. Only do this outside or in an extremely well ventilated area. Do no reuse the tools or pans for anything other than this. Source: I'm a mechanical engineer, a former materials scientist, and long, long ago, I was in the US Navy where we took all waste plastic, poured it into a specially shaped, specially vented, hydraulic press/oven and melted everything into discs that we saved for recycling when we pulled into port. I've melted a lot of plastic.

  • P C
    P C 28 days ago

    i gave you the number thousand subscriber . congratulation

  • Kurniyadi Muttaqin
    Kurniyadi Muttaqin 29 days ago

    Wow.. nice..

  • Flower Bee
    Flower Bee Month ago

    This video make me remember the funny old days. When I used to pull out the chair for anybody who wants to sit and spend the whole day laughing. Nice video

  • chinacharlatan
    chinacharlatan Month ago

    Maybe next time, give us an overview of the programming side too. Not heavily detailed.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      I added the code i used in the description. But yeah, it would be interesting if i had explained it

  • chinacharlatan
    chinacharlatan Month ago

    This was fun. Nice one dude

  • JamesG
    JamesG Month ago

    Needs extended development. Must appear ordinary, no wires. Suggest KickStarter: Fully Self-Contained Snatch-Away Chair (FSCSAC). It'll sell well at nursing homes.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      Haha, yeah i could have made it neater but i didn’t really have the time. I just wanted this video done by today and i knew it would break pretty fast so no point in spending hours or possibly days just to make it look better. I would have wanted to surprise someone with it though. Maybe ill make a better one in the future

  • CosP0 !
    CosP0 ! Month ago

    I wanna make a meme out of this thumbnail

  • Leafeon the eevee

    BEAD WORLD

  • Al
    Al Month ago

    video on How To Recycle HDPE Plastic At Home.... says "don't try this at home" dude this is the whole reason we are watching the video

    • Al
      Al Month ago

      @Experimental Madness aaaahhh. ok I wasn't aware. duely noted

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      Yeah, that was just because youtube likes to remove my videos. Sometimes saying a warning can help prevent that from happening. It makes it become an educational video in TVclips eyes and follows their guidelines. (Some of the time, doesn't always work)

  • Louis Quinnell
    Louis Quinnell Month ago

    Love the content

  • Taha universe
    Taha universe Month ago

    Ohhh you can add calcium hydroxide to precipitate calcium carbonate and get potassium hydroxide!

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      I tried this, but because calcium hydroxide is almost insoluble, it didn't really work for me. Thanks for the tip though :)

  • Bishal Sahoo
    Bishal Sahoo Month ago

    Dude you did it

    • Bishal Sahoo
      Bishal Sahoo Month ago

      @Experimental Madness Great work.. I am glad you replied PS :(I am also too much inclined to physics)

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      Cool. Thanks :)

  • Nicolás Ruiz
    Nicolás Ruiz Month ago

    Also, check Google scholar for Fitbit comparisons against polysomnograms

  • Nicolás Ruiz
    Nicolás Ruiz Month ago

    To make the experiment more valid, try it out for 40 nights

  • CosP0 !
    CosP0 ! Month ago

    not to be too annoying but you're cute af

  • Yeasty Yeastington

    "i dont know why" Thats the spirit for making lethal chemicals

  • Locutus of Borg
    Locutus of Borg Month ago

    Whoever disliked this video is a twat. Also; first!

  • Elke Leonhardt
    Elke Leonhardt Month ago

    Wuauu, very crazy creativity! Or creative crazyness

  • Elke Leonhardt
    Elke Leonhardt Month ago

    Hi, I was having a question and remembered who surley would easily have the answer. Don't know why it keeps on happening, that TVclip does not notify when it should. Soo it's been a while since I watched you and Dear, you're growing fast. I enjoyed your smart mind and you are reminding me to the guy who calles his channel Swilliamism. Go check him out. Maybe you'll be reminded of yourself, even if he's not on experiments, he provides the greatest hidden lodge secrets in the city of London. BTW I liked this vid, didn't know acid would take as long as you were holding your hand into it, very amazing. Now I found by my very own methods (and I'm not into any of the religions, but want to find the origins and understand this realm we live in) that the word Brahma holds the element Bromine and the sound hmm within. I know Bromine is one of two elements that are liquid at room temperature of 20 degrees. It's speed of sound is said to be 206. I am not good at this and ashamed being so, but the websites don't help me out. I want to know it's frequency. Because speed of sound is not the same as wavelength, right? And I don't get through the formulas. I'm not sure if I'm just like an ox in front of the mountain, that's how they call it in Germany. Thinking about this again tonight, I remembered you! Thought you might want to give me a nice answer Greetings from Germany Ah, I'm pretty sure you won't have time, lol, nevertheless here it is a randomly searched out Swilliamism vid tvclip.biz/video/ov1TyxiM28A/video.html

    • Elke Leonhardt
      Elke Leonhardt Month ago

      @Experimental Madness, yes what I wanted, was someone traducing Bromine sound in MHz. I wanted to know if this would even be a possibility. I think yes, it needs to be converted, right They say home.ptd.net/~numare/br.htm 100 MHz for 1H Resonance frequency 25.130 MHz. Makes this info the 25MHz plausible?

    • Elke Leonhardt
      Elke Leonhardt Month ago

      @Experimental Madness , wuauu, ty so much. It might be way far of interest for you, but in case you fall in love with it"here is a minuscule of what could be happening. And also it's very possible that I'm tooootally getting it wrong. Derived from the Greek word brome βρωμος( stench). Bromine is intermediate in atomic radius between chlorine and iodine. Hm, this might be a place of interest periodictable.com/Properties/A/UniverseAbundance.html Yes, after you said that, bromine was due to Greek stench, I found बुरी गंध buree gandh, (way of sound of speech) बुरी गंध Ur xun(Somali) (Somali, because it is closely related to Chinese, which due to picture graphics holds ancient origins to words. Hebrew is the intruder using in silence for himself gives it over to the jiddish, deutsch, Dutch and English) Before egyptic became Christian (Greek alphabet introduced) it holded a more closer affinity to the source, the scripture looks Greek but its different. That's why I don't like using Greek. Russian went also through that corruption, but I know that Hindi copied Russians thought contents and therefore I use it) Now, watch Xun Was said to be Chinese, but I Havn't find any translation. But in the Somali Xun means evil idea, foul, ruin, wicked And Ur = Odor, but keeping on digging Ur 3/5000 उर Ur (is the Hindi sound of speech, sounds Somali alike ) Ur odor But उर ur 2/5000 Uur (the true word is the Somali one, Uur) Uur 3/5000 Pregnancy Uur 3/5000 गर्भावस्था garbhaavastha Uurka (Somali) Pregnancy /cyesis , plural cy·e·ses [sahy-ee-seez] . pregnancy. WORDS NEARBY CYESIS cyclotron, cyclotropia, cyd, cyder, cydnus, cyesis, cyf, cygnet, cygnus, cygnus a, cygnus x-1 -ORIGIN OF CYESIS < New Latin < Greek kýēsis pregnancy, equivalent to kyē- (variant stem of kyeîn to be pregnant) + -sis -sis Uur ka ka 2/5000 से (Hindi, amazing how it reminds to the swastika) se (sound of speech, phonetic) = From/off/by means /out off, through /via, etc But से in Somali Laga soo bilaabo=from Each separate still in English =from But in Hebrew מ = Laga soo bilaabo = מ = mem mem: The object reference a single content of conciousness, for example a thought. It can be communicated and reproduced, thus becoming sociocultural. It replicates and transmute. But it has its first state of singular origin. It means evil pregnancy /"the demiurge" matter, into paréntesis because for me there is no demiurge or evil, that is just in the way society or humanity's perception. Bromine It is hold in the word Brahma, as I told you before. It's real meaning seemed to be the radius mimes the first content of thought and becomes corrupt. That exactly is what matter /parameter horizon of perception is. There's the first oneness particle that starts from its zero point and radiates his grid of frequency. Now, we are the observers, the experience of that conciousness. Our horizon reaches 3D experience, but it's a multidimensional grid, it overlaps within itself. Dan Winter, electromagnetic physicist, lectures helps understanding. We are like a swarm connected to one unique queen bee. Lol . This grid, a toroidal electromagnetic field comes in layers, so the movie MATRIX representation of a binary curtain of information is perfectly done. all living things on Earth (including methanogens) use liquid water as a solvent Bromine is interesting to read through, although I'm not sure what to do with in accordance to that minuscule particle that unfolds this info. The rising up of Temperature would change some things, I don't know. It would affect elements, make them not only visible. Could it be that it turne more liqification atmosphere? One of the most significant images is the purging waters from the heavens. Seems like this happens in cyclical repetition and Ancients. I don't know how literally this is to be taken, if temperatures causes reactions on the elements. The age of aquarius seems to begin. Go to Godgevlamste, see his first vid. You are living on a bigger earth. So our firmament takes some thousand years to complete the cycle. We are there now. Bromine We can find it on the buttom of the sea. How funny, this could be related to the place,most religions enclosed the fallen, the evil. in the bottom of the sea. Matter opposes the perfect state of the singular emptiness that holds all. That's why matter is the demiurge. Urge to Demi. Duality.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      Thanks. I'm happy you like my videos. I appreciate it :) I'm not sure if there is a relationship between the two. Bromine would have been discovered well after the religion came about. I found that Bromine is named after a Greek word meaning stench. It is a really smelly element. Wavelength and frequency are different, but they are also somewhat related and effect each other. If you played any sound at any frequency in bromine, it would travel through it at 206 meters per second if at 20 degrees Celsius. I think your trying to find the natural frequency of bromine from like the particles or something? (The atoms oscillating or vibrating). It would be in the millions of hertz. The only source i could find was this: triton.iqfr.csic.es/guide/eNMR/chem/Br.html The normal Bromine is stated to vibrate at 25MHz Not entirely sure what the website is testing as the frequencies seem a little low. Wikipedia says most molecules vibrate around a quadrillion times per second so i'm not sure. Hope this helped though Greetings from Australia

  • Dylan Hillier
    Dylan Hillier Month ago

    Awesome video man. But I have a question I've been trying to get ahold of HCl for like 2 years now I've got ripped off on eBay, and there's no home depot in the UK for me the best I'm gonna get is 10% HCl as a brick cleaner in Toolstation but that's just still to weak so I don't know what to do. Have any ideas?

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      This might help. www.sciencemadness.org/talk/viewthread.php?tid=38378

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      Im currently at school, so i cant help too much, i do recommend looking at the safety data sheets that toolstation provides with some of their products. I found a concentrated version of the brick cleaner with its data sheet specifying that it is between 10-20% but at least less than 20%. That is a pretty large gap and probably not great. On average my guess is it would likely be around 15% concentrated. Still not great and not guaranteed as it could just be 10%. (No way of knowing) Toolstation seems pretty similar to Bunnings here in Australia. Except here in Australia its often hot and many people have pools so we have alot of pool supplies. HCL is a pool cleaning supply here, so we have lots of it. It can even be bought in 20L containers at 32% for around 30euro. It must suck not having HCl. Its really useful for some things. As already recommended, you can try distilling it/evaporating it, but i dont think that would be wise. Hot hcl is not fun, its probably hard to do, will rust everything if in an enclosed area (not 1km, but will rust things within a few meters if outdoors). Safety data sheet: cdn.aws.toolstation.com/items/coshh/98902.pdf Product: www.toolstation.com/bostik-concentrated-mortar-brick-cleaner/p98902#reviewTab

    • Dylan Hillier
      Dylan Hillier Month ago

      @scientia eterna omnes supera! I would've thought I'll be really hard to distill HCl because it's boiling point is so close to that of water and also I don't have anything to distill it with

    • scientia eterna omnes supera!
      scientia eterna omnes supera! Month ago

      Distill it and try not to destroy everyting remotely metal-related in a 50 km radius. Really, I hate HCl, it causes everything to rust

  • Daniel Johnson
    Daniel Johnson Month ago

    Safety 3rd

  • JamesG
    JamesG Month ago

    I want to see you do something REALLY dangerous. Go to Mexico and DRINK THE TAP WATER!

  • Carlos Galliath
    Carlos Galliath Month ago

    Thank you for your honesty. Great video!

  • Ibrahim IAlisawi
    Ibrahim IAlisawi Month ago

    Awesome video man, right back if you want to talk

  • scientia eterna omnes supera!

    another example are toxic things. people tend to freak out when it actually is the dose that makes the poison.

  • Waterrocketsrule
    Waterrocketsrule Month ago

    Eating Mc Donald's food is more of a hazard then anything your doing Great video!!!

  • Slendeer_Games
    Slendeer_Games Month ago

    Awesome video, man!

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      ​@Slendeer_Games Really? That's cool. Can't wait to see it :)

    • Slendeer_Games
      Slendeer_Games Month ago

      @Experimental Madness At the moment, im in the process of making my hydrid rocket engine video, as we talked about earlier.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      Thanks!

  • Taha universe
    Taha universe Month ago

    Oh god thank you magnesium is soooo hard to get

  • Taha universe
    Taha universe Month ago

    Safety shower!!! Tha fuq?

  • Bushcraft And Astronomer.

    Great video from you very enjoyable. What's the best Astrophoto you've taken? So many telescopes to buy for astrophotography what one you suggest getting?

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      I think my favorite photo is the lagoon nebula shown in another video i made on this channel. I think its called Astrophotography in dark skies or something like that. If you want a telescope for astrophotography mainly just bright nebulae, You will definitely want a motor controlled mount as well so that the telescope tracks the sky. Make sure to do alot of research into telescopes (I meam alot) and what you can achieve with them. I made a mistake of buying this telescope when i mainly wanted to photograph nebulas. Its f number was too high (7.8) making my photo's too dim and zoomed in.You should definately start with a 6 or 8 inch newtonian reflector though. The smaller the f number, the wider and brighter the field of view which is great for astrophotography but not for planetary. It also means the scope will need to be calibrated more often and taken good care of. Good luck :)

  • INNOVATION & INITIATIVE Diy

    Which plant's wood

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      I live in Australia surrounded by eucalyptus trees. It is a hard wood

  • Gunnar Haldorsen
    Gunnar Haldorsen Month ago

    Great job! Just got a Fitbit charge 3 and was wondering about how accurate the sleep-monitoring is. Seems pretty good.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      Well, i'm assuming with an upgraded model, it should be more accurate

  • JamesG
    JamesG Month ago

    Okay then! On to something new. :-)

    • JamesG
      JamesG Month ago

      @Experimental Madness I for one can see you were very careful. If those people giving you backlash on Reddit are also slamming wingsuit flyers, paragliders, parkour practitioners and free-climbers, then maybe they're not hypocrites. As I see it the risk was yours to take on your own responsibility.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      I made a part three of this mostly because some of my family was concerned and was looking forward to seeing the tests i recorded. I had a bit of backlash on Reddit also. Thought this video might be helpful

  • auto_chris420
    auto_chris420 Month ago

    You definitely remind me of me when I was 13

  • auto_chris420
    auto_chris420 Month ago

    You're very thorough with your safety but you do know you can just get a multimeter for a few bucks online

  • Philosophical Thots

    This man gets 5 views on a 16 minute video risking his life and spending hours making that shitty chainmail glove

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      OK, yes you are right, but this is my third part to the video. First and second videos got me the fastest views i've ever had. most videos i get like 30 views in 24 hours. My last video i got over 1000 in 24 hours. Still though...

  • Howfer
    Howfer Month ago

    Short, informative, funny. Just the way i like it

  • the Katt
    the Katt Month ago

    So many uses ! ❤️

  • The .Ashlander
    The .Ashlander Month ago

    Hey man, very nice channel you have going. Very educational. I might be able to help you a bit with your RAW data issue. I started this May with binocular and smartphone astrophotography. I have been able to get M81, M82, Andromeda Galaxy, a bit of Lagoon Nebula (very faint and small), the Orion Nebula. At first i noticed the same issue as you - green in my images after stacking. Other times I would get red hues. I noticed it is due to hot pixels. Do mind I was taking my shots (hundreds of them) through 15x70 binos, 2s long exposures at ISO800. My HTC U11+ can do 32s maximum with ISO800 maximum. And hot pixels are an issue for me. Deep Sky Stacker has an option for stacking parameters to check and eliminate hot pixels, which resulted me WAY better results. I hope it helps!

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      Thank you! Usually i forget to remove hot pixels with stacking parameters so i'll make sure to remember next time! I'm currently stacking the Andromeda galaxy and this time i actually used bias frames and dark frames so hopefully i can make something out of it. Thanks

  • Lisa Spoor
    Lisa Spoor Month ago

    I love this video!

  • Dol l
    Dol l Month ago

    So much for that pot

  • Dol l
    Dol l Month ago

    Gloves?

    • Dol l
      Dol l Month ago

      @Experimental Madness ahh 🤓

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      Gloves would be helpful, but this is only potassium carbonate and not a danger. All i got was dry skin

  • Holy Perceval
    Holy Perceval Month ago

    Hi man, nice video ! I'm checking up on your setup as i plan to try the same ! Are your ants still alive ? Did you put a queen inside or simply workers ?

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      I realised the ants had no queen and let them go after a week. Its been over a year since i made this setup and it is still thriving. Sadly not many plants are still alive and it is mostly just some green moss. Good luck on your setup!

  • Jeremy Laughlin
    Jeremy Laughlin 2 months ago

    Microwaves don't work that way, your hand got all that radioactivity. Way to go moron.

  • Attila Rivera
    Attila Rivera 2 months ago

    Hi Mr Spiderman. 👍😆 Do u want to open a business? You could produce plastic parts. There are some materials that resists to high temperatures. Some silicons, they are excelent to make moldes. I know a way to melt any kind of plastic without using electricity or stove. 👍😉

    • merron arraya
      merron arraya 2 months ago

      @Attila Rivera can you tell us how? or record a video about it?

    • Attila Rivera
      Attila Rivera 2 months ago

      The point is.... I know a way to melt the plastic without electricity or stove. no electriciry no stove

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 2 months ago

      Haha, I know many businesses already do this. Thats why you recycle these plastics. I probably should have explained that in the video

  • Lunar
    Lunar 2 months ago

    Can we do the same process with gold?

    • Lunar
      Lunar Month ago

      Experimental Madness could you do a part 2 on it?

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      @Lunar Yeah, i agree there were a lot more i could have easily obtained but i was mostly just having fun with it

    • Lunar
      Lunar Month ago

      Experimental Madness Oh, that’s kind of dissapointing. But for your element collection, you missed some elements in the collecting 10 elements from household materials videos. You can collect phosphorous from match heads and you can collect tungsten from incandescent bulbs.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness Month ago

      I dont think so.

  • Lunar
    Lunar 2 months ago

    Also, you can get tungsten from incandescent bulbs.

  • airplane 45w3
    airplane 45w3 2 months ago

    Such small brain you have

  • ducky Dark
    ducky Dark 2 months ago

    Okay wow This is on r/kidsarefuckingstupid

  • Trashy Polar Bear
    Trashy Polar Bear 2 months ago

    WHAT

  • Ultiminati
    Ultiminati 2 months ago

    Maybe the reason CD didn't burn first time is microwaves cancel each other out in some certain places, that's why some microwave ovens have turning tables, i guess you know it but anyway.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 2 months ago

      Yeah, i didn't really think much into it. Microwaves are quite uneven at heating because the wavelength is so large. I just assumed it was in a bad spot. Your explanation sounds possible too though

  • Ultiminati
    Ultiminati 2 months ago

    I want to ask, the mesh helps protecting your hand but microwaves can continue approximately 1 cm more like you said, isnt it still dangerous?

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 2 months ago

      @Ultiminati Good idea, but i have had enough playing with microwaves for a while :)

    • Ultiminati
      Ultiminati 2 months ago

      @Experimental Madness Don't mobile phones work with microwaves? If so, there is something called SAR value (specific absorption rate) you probably heard it when talking about phones' radiation, and guess what, phones use microwaves (though microwaves have a wide range, 300 Mhz to 300 Ghz, phones use something between 800 and 2700 Mhz.) Nevertheless, maybe a sar measurer inside of that glove may measure it, or a simple way, you can put your phone in it and see if it can receive/make calls.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 2 months ago

      Iv'e since read through the comments and seen mixed responses. I still feel i was safe doing this and don't regret it but i could have definitely done better

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 2 months ago

      The microwaves do continue a little but they are MUCH weaker and would feel slightly warm. It wouldn't be enough to fry my nerves or lead to damage. The leather glove also helps to absorb and reduce the microwaves. There is no way i can easily measure how strong these microwaves are that do get through though, which is why i covered my hand in reflective tape. The reflective tape reflects almost everything that does get through

    • Ultiminati
      Ultiminati 2 months ago

      By the way, came from Cody's reddit, maybe you should take commenters seriously, it may not be wise to do that kind of thing.

  • Flower Bee
    Flower Bee 2 months ago

    Is your family knowing you are doing these experiments

  • Locutus of Borg
    Locutus of Borg 2 months ago

    You're an absolute nutter, m8. Also, *BEYOND* cute. You have super pretty eyes. I can has?

  • multi io
    multi io 2 months ago

    If you're right-handed I suggest you put your left hand in there because you won't need it so much for the rest of your life.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 2 months ago

      I did consider this, but when working with high voltages it is advised to use only your right hand as the heart is closer to your left arm. If high current were to somehow flow to earth through my arm and to my feet, then the right hand would be safer as most of the current wouldn't go through the heart.

  • M Ceros
    M Ceros 2 months ago

    Very interesting. I wish I could do this type of experiments but I don’t have the knowledge to execute them without killing myself.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 2 months ago

      Yeah, id recommend not doing this. This is the most dangerous thing i've done. Or at least, the most stupid and pointless thing to spend a couple months preparing for

  • Jonathan Morra
    Jonathan Morra 2 months ago

    Dude. You are really good at making videos. Keep it up. You deserve more subscribers

  • PeterDeko86
    PeterDeko86 2 months ago

    I haven't watched the video yet, but this will not end well in about 20 years.

  • P0773D P14N7
    P0773D P14N7 2 months ago

    Good luck with cancer kid

  • Tomy Rottman
    Tomy Rottman 2 months ago

    Just because

  • retrodog63
    retrodog63 2 months ago

    You obviously did something with one hand in your sleep that you didn't do with the other. That's quite common. You'd have to wear both of them on the same wrist for it to be a valid test.

    • retrodog63
      retrodog63 2 months ago

      @Experimental Madness Don't beat yourself up. I'm an electrical design engineer at NASA. Been doing that for over 27 years. Testing hardware is something I have a lot of experience at. You have an inquiring mind. And more importantly, the desire to pursue the concepts that you are inquisitive about. It's great to see young people who are interested in this subject matter. Keep on learning and expanding your interests and you will have a very interesting life. A lot of us have devoted our lives to advancing technology to what we have today. We look forward to seeing the new generations build upon it like we did. Now I need to get back to playing Space Pirate on my VR system.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 2 months ago

      You're right, i can't believe i didn't think of that

  • Mevine Ven
    Mevine Ven 2 months ago

    We know to make bomb from kno3 sweetie

  • friendfris96
    friendfris96 2 months ago

    "So it's time to go to sleep" *jumps into bed* I found that part kind of funny for some reason, very informative video though!

  • CosP0 !
    CosP0 ! 2 months ago

    Cool video bro

  • Lunar
    Lunar 2 months ago

    Will I find xenon in any old camera flash? I have an old one which nobody uses and I was looking for some xenon for quite a while now.

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 2 months ago

      You might want to look that up. I think argon should be easy to find in certain flashes or bulbs. Not sure what kinds. I dont think the gas will leak unless broken. The flash needs the gas in order to work so if the flash still works, then the gas is probably still there

    • Lunar
      Lunar 2 months ago

      Experimental Madness thanks! Any chance some of them contain argon or any other gas? And when I get the tube of xenon, is there any chance it will leak out?

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 2 months ago

      Yes, i believe so. Ussually

  • angela nadeau
    angela nadeau 2 months ago

    Thanks. I think I'll try this too.

  • Christopher Jones
    Christopher Jones 2 months ago

    "im gonna leave this on the fire overnight and hope nothing happens that usually happens when you leave things on fires overnight"

  • Syed Moris
    Syed Moris 2 months ago

    Loved it brother.

  • Taha universe
    Taha universe 2 months ago

    Make hydrazine sulfate please 😭

  • Keylan Lewis
    Keylan Lewis 3 months ago

    Im looking for things like this to make a bong

    • Keylan Lewis
      Keylan Lewis 2 months ago

      @Superior Understanding I'd love that I usually make ones out of glass bottles I want a more proper looking one.

    • Superior Understanding
      Superior Understanding 2 months ago

      I could make one for you

  • erick sal
    erick sal 3 months ago

    Good job.. get a small mold of a shape you like and presto you got a hand made mold injection

  • Buck Starchaser
    Buck Starchaser 3 months ago

    What is that dry stuff that you added to water to make adhesive?

  • Sérgio Alves Cordeiro

    Com um stun gun, talvez você consiga produzir HNO3 a 10% de concentração em um século! Se com um transformador de micro ondas já leva dias pra produzir algumas centenas de ml de HNO3 a 50%!

  • Dylan Hillier
    Dylan Hillier 3 months ago

    16:57 fav part..

  • Eric gachau
    Eric gachau 3 months ago

    I know this sounds stupid but can i use apple cider vinegar

    • Experimental Madness
      Experimental Madness 3 months ago

      Might want to google it, i think there might be some use of it as a flocculant. Probably not as effective though. Vinegar might also kill some weak bacteria but wont make your water drinkable

  • Canadian kid
    Canadian kid 3 months ago

    I built a 6 " reflector and the primary len mount, And used a collimator to focus the lens, what a crystal clear difference...... 👍 Great Video ....

  • MC KFC
    MC KFC 3 months ago

    I wonder if one could get phenylacetic something doing this.

  • General Study Points
    General Study Points 3 months ago

    Alum or aluminum sulfate is a better coagulant, because it does not give water hardness. Cool video.