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MILK + SOAP = MAGIC

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Published on Jun 11, 2011

Please join me on my page Facebook http://www.facebook.com/DoctorMadScience Autistic Child does science experiments! He does it for the love of creating and enjoying the simple pleasures of Science!
This is a very simple, easy kids science experiment. All you need are household products including: milk, a bowl, food colouring, q-tips, and any type of dish soap will work. Enjoy! Please support your local Autism Society! Check out my Website http://www.DoctorMadScience.com

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MsJazsmin
Most of you people commenting are either very cruel or dumb. 1. This boy has Autism, and for you to be making fun of his voice and telling him to speak better English makes you a cruel person. Who gives you the right to criticize him? He can do whatever he wants that makes him happy. 2. For you idiots saying this video wasted your time and where did the soap come in, he put it in the cup he stuck the Q-tip in. Some of these people online need to just keep their comments to themselves. If you don't have anything nice to say or don't pay attention long enough to realize the materials found in the video.
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Hiếu Phạm Trung
He said soap is thop :v
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Bikash Sahoo
god job young man!! keep positing good things!!
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Dankchildnoscope720 Degree
This is a Copyright of THE CrazyRussian's original Vedio
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PaulOverwatch
Nicki Minaj's period.
YTGhosti
And now i noticed we have almost same name
Furious Wheel
Why does milk react to soap and food coloring? Simplified response: The dish soap does not mix with the milk. Instead it floats on top and spreads over the surface. As it spreads, it grabs the food colouring. Soap is a "degreaser" so the molecules in it are attacking the fat in the milk, causing motion which creates the swirling of the colours.
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IGotAPocketFullOfDunshine
aww good job kiddo
Betaseal AJ
Seriously guys? Making fun of a kid who has a speech problem? How low is that.
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Iris Castillo
So what is the soap for + hate how u talk
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