Point by point data for the tricks in the video (More than 40 M views!):
1. Moderate movement ball:
You require a thick fluid, ideally nectar, a substantial ball, and a circle formed compartment. Place the overwhelming ball in the lower half of the circle. Fill the lower half of the compartment with nectar somewhat more than half.
On the off chance that you utilize too little or excessively, it will influence the movement of the ball.
2. Water fire starter. Credit goes to The King of Random for this thought. Make certain to look at his channel. He has an enormous determination of astonishing how to tests. https://www.youtube.com/client/01032010814
You require a plastic or glass compartment with a bended territory. The Pom bottles work awesome. Fill the jug with water. Fold 2 sheets of paper down the middle, twice. Print or scrawl a dark imprint on one of the sheets. On a sunny day hold the jug close to the paper, centering the light on the dark territory of the paper. When it begins to smoke and an opening starts to frame, wrap the other sheet of paper around the smoking piece. Wave the papers through the air to bolster oxygen to the sparkle. Proceed with this until the paper bursts into flames.
3. No-release enchantment sack: Al you need is a zip loose, pencils and water. Fill the pack nearly to the top. Zip it close, and begin staying pencils through the sack. In some cases a couple drops will spill out, however by and large, this is a straightforward yet great trap
4. Fluid Stacking:
You’ll require a tall glass or jug. Dish Soap, vegetable oil, dim corn syrup, rubbing liquor, water and sustenance shading.
In the first place include the dull corn syrup, then dish cleanser, then add nourishment shading to the water and pour it in with the jug tilted, then include the vegetable oil (bottle tilted), lastly add sustenance shading to the liquor and pour it in with the jug tilted.
5. Imperceptible Bottle:
You require glycerin, a glass and a container that will fit in the glass. Fill both glass and container with glycerin and spot the jug in the glass. It would appear that the container vanishes.
6. Moving Liquid:
You require a controlled speaker, a tone generator (can be discovered online), corn starch, water and plastic to ensure the speaker. Pour 1/some corn starch in a dish and 1/some water. Blend. Empty the fluid into the speaker and produce a 60hz tone.
7. Enchantment Water Barrier:
You require 2 of the same glasses. Boiling point water, frosty water, nourishment shading and a slim bit of plastic or cardboard. Pour the boiling hot water in 1 glass, the icy in alternate glass, include sustenance shading, then place the plastic on top of the high temp water glass. Flip around the glass, place it on top of the icy water glass, then deliberately evacuate the plastic. Boiling hot water is less thick than cool water, so it “skims” on top of the frosty water.
8. Leidenfrost impact:
You require a container, water and a stove. Turn the warmth on high for around 4 minutes then include the water. This examination can recolor your container.
9. Reverse Illusion:
Include a wide range of pictures or words behind a glass, then look as it switches when you include water in the glass.
10. Switching Liquid:
You require 1 major glass, 1 littler glass, 3 blending glasses, corn syrup, pipettes, sustenance shading, and clasps.
To start with empty the corn syrup into the 2 greater glasses. Place the littler glass within the greater glass. Connect the clasps to keep the littler glass from moving side to side in the greater glass. Pour a little measure of corn syrup into the 3 blending glasses. Include nourishment shading and mix. Fill every pipette with an alternate shading, then add the hued corn syrup to your enormous glass. Turn the littler glass deliberately and watch the hues blend. Turn it back and watch them unmix.