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TheBackyardScientist

Quick Look: Let's preface this review with the following statement "Based on the content on this channel the experiments performed in TheBackyardScientist should not be performed at home." With that being said, the channel offers some really original content featuring fire, chemical reactions and explosions performed by "professionals" in a controlled environment.
Ever wondered what happens when you pour molten aluminum into a cored out watermelon, watch the video below. Most of the videos feature chemical reactions resulting sometimes in unexpected outcomes, however most go as planned. There are also plenty of explosions (filling balloons with propane), cooking eggs with a homemade flamethrower or making a sulfur volcano.

Again, we can not stress enough do not to try these activities at home.

Below is a sample of a video found on the TheBackyardScientist YouTube channel.

-- Information is current as of February 14, 2016

Developer's Channel Description: I like to make videos on all the crazy stuff I do. From exploding arrows, to making instruments, molten aluminum to science/chemistry experiments - I do it so you don't have to

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CHANNEL STORE CATEGORY: Kids & Family

DEVELOPER: Future Today Inc

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