Tornado Tube - Cool Science Experiment





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Published on Aug 17, 2009

How long does it take to empty a soda bottle full of water? You'll amaze your dinner guests and explore some of the scientific properties of air and water when you learn how to empty a full bottle of water in just a few seconds!

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Sarai Reid
thanks for my homework
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felecia dee
ahh so nostalgic my grandma used to do experiments like this when i was younger.i miss her :/
sethuraman jambunathan
Steve Splangler shows are always educative and informative. This time he has informed us that lamp oil is available in departmental stores and it has almost same density of water. Like his father he he enliven science with magic touch and magic with science touch. My appreciation to Steve.
Christian Allen
One way to make a tornado is to have a jar,warm water,and dish washing soap.So what yo do fisrt is put the warm water in the jar then you put 2 drop of the dish washing soap in the jar.Last you shake the jar for about 5 seconds and you see a tornado and if you go up and down on a wood surface for 6 seconds and look and the bottom and you see a tornado.
The Amazing Zone
Hello. You posess a top notch channel with a terrific appearance on the whole. Keep up the great effort and have a awesome day.
James Williams
i wanna be a science major i am a freshman  amd my best subject is science and i really do love it can you give me a tip on which job in the science field is the most paying and the most fun to do
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Pauleen  Hirmiz
Why am I watching this
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Albert Colon
The one with the gray hair said tortado instead of tornado. 
Destiny Ferrari
Wow I loved that...it was AMAZING....and to be honest...I would love to become a scientist one day because of two reasons...I'm creative...AND I am ABSOLUTELY C-R-A-Z-Y!
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