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Hooked on Science Tue, 26 Dec 2017 15:41:29 +0000 Hooked on Science Hooked on Science WATN much value. >>> well, do you know how easy it is for your kids to get hooked on science? if they are board in the classroom you can spice it up with experiments to turn your young boys and girls into tiny scientists. amy assisted mr. science himself where he transformed our studio into a lab itself. >> what science experiments do you do if. >> all of them. >> amy, you have a sharp stick over there and we have a balloon inflated right here. it is all about matter. that's anything that takes up space and has mass. what is the smallest piece of matter? >> an atom. >> atoms, you put them together and you get molecules and you continue that link them together and it is a polymer and that's what the balloon is made out of. the poll law per lets me stretch it out without popping. do you know what notch poll law pers we produce? saliva, blood. we will try to get it through this balloon without popping it. hypothesis. how do we do it? amy, what do you think? >> very slowly. >> you're right. >> you notice it is darker here and s dash -- and shiny here. goggles. we don't need anybody's eyes cut out. this is an experiment you can do at home. you look awesome. >> i love it. >> now we will go through the bottle here. >> are you sure you want me to do this? >> we should be okay. just be very patient. keep pushing and keep pushing and keep pushing. keep going through. >> oh my goodness. >> you push it all the way through. >> oh my gosh. >> patience, patience. what is happening are the polymers are linking up around the skewer. as it does we can skewer it all the way through. >> look at this. >> amazing. what about my nose? it is big enough. >> you are so funny. that is amazing. >> keep going, keep going and balancing and go. she did it. >> that's awesome, man! >> it is easy to do especially when it comes to the polymers of science working for us. >> look at that. >> it is so cool. >> you put dirty diapers in this, it is called a diaper genie bag. >> i'm sure you don't remember those, but your mom and dad do. >> 23 rulers and how many breaths will it take to inflate this bag. hypothesis, what do you think? >> 100. >> 400. >> like a thousand. >> i think five. >> hold that for me and stretch it out. the camera folks will have to adjust. come on down here, amy. let's see. i think you can do it in five breaths. there are a lot of schools across america. what number are you at? >> number 3. >> number four and number five. >> this is five of her breaths. let me show you the trick now. go ahead and hold that for me. you hold this at the bought dash cash bottom and i am no not go -- i am not going to put my mouth on the bag. that's the key. >> one. >> what some. >> five breaths. >> come on, jason. >> pretty amazing. >> are you kidding me? >> five breaths of air. as my breath went in it brought more with it with a cuter -- with a super breath. if your mouth is on it you can't do that. >> amazing. >> that's so awesome. >> they are saying wait, maybe we can do that in the garage. hooked on science encourage

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