Diving Ketchup – Sick Science! #063

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Cause a packet of ketchup to rise and fall on command in a bottle of water. People will think that you have the ability to move objects with your mind! Telekinesis? No, just cool science!

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9 Comments

  1. I work in a daycare center and I'm often trying to find ideas on how to engage the children's interest and attention. Your videos are a gift! Thank you on both their and my behalf. 

  2. It's called density. Your hands by squeezing the bottle will cause density. Density is something that has thickness. This means that if you let go of the bottle, there is less density going through the ketchup packet.

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