Chemistry in a mason jar. I love how most of the stuff you do is 1/2 lab rat and 1/2 red neck. It's way closer to how things are actually done at home than some of the folks who have fairly well equiped labs in thier garage or basement.
I really enjoy your videos brother. I'm curious, where did you learn you chemical knowledge? Self taught or school, mentor? I've learned all mine from books and failures but don't know as much as you at all.
Thank you Cody I love science some of these things I couldn't understand in the the science lab not only that but for the most part I didn't know how it would translate to the real world you not only find an interesting and fun way to teach science but also apply that science to the real world in a real-world way so people can see why it's so important to learn please keep up the beekeeping videos they're my favorite but any science video that you make I find that if I give it at least a minute it will catch my attention thank you for making science fun
Hey Cody, I am challenged by trying to find the lightest liquid and the densest gas to contain it in a jar to enthrall myself to see that gas on the bottom while that liquid can float atop of it inertly. Any suggestions?