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Originally posted by redbarron626
You wanna see something really cool then,
take a 2 liter soda bottle(empty)
1 cup dry ice(crumbled)
1 cup water.
Put dry ice and water into 2 liter bottle, put cap on tightly, sit on ground, walk FAR away!
The resulting explosion can be heard 2 miles away.
Scares the S#%t out of just about anyone.
Last year we worked with Dr Andrea Sella of UCL to develop glow in the dark jellies. To make
the jelly glow in the dark, food-safe quinine is included as an ingredient and UV black lights
around where they are served cause the jellies to fluoresce. The invisible ultraviolet light from
the black lights is absorbed by the quinine which then re-emits bluish light at the edge of the
visible spectrum, making the jellies appear to glow in the dark.