Can I Stand On Liquid Mercury?
Can I Stand On Liquid Mercury?
Can I Stand On Liquid Mercury?

Can I Stand On Liquid Mercury? - Cody'sLab

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Aright everyone CodyDon here! (usually shortened to just "Cody") Welcome to my channel! I simply post videos of the (sometimes crazy) things that I do; this includes science, bees, and anything else that I am working on. Enjoy! If you need to send me something here is my UPS Box address: 41 East 400 North, Logan Utah, Box 303 (area code 84321) Please note that due to the large number of items sent to me I cannot make a video on everything but in case I do and you want to be recognized then include a business card that I can show in video. also if the item is valuable, say over 50$, please send me an email first so that I can let you know if I actually want it or if you should say put it on eBay instead. And finally nothing illegal (in Utah) please, if you send me some illegal seeds I will have to report it.

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To find out I put almost 8 flasks (640lbs) in a reinforced plastic tub and step in.
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Where Did I Get My Mercury?

In this video I show where my mercury came from. See me extracting mercury from the ore here: I forgot to mention that I only recently got the mercury back from a family member who was keeping it so little kid me didn't play with it too much. Help me make videos by donating here:


What the what? Jeff uploaded something besides a GUN video? Why am I speaking in third-person? How is this even possible? We pour mercury on top of table salt. Hg is 7 TIMES denser than salt- the salt should float. Why doesn't it just freely float to the surface? This is not CGI or camera trickery. It's not stunt-salt or magician's mercury... Mercury is a toxic, heavy metal. We use all precautions needed to do these experiments. Often I just make it...

Should a Person Touch 200,000 Volts? A Van de Graaff generator experiment!

What happens if a person touches 200,000 volts? Should a person even be touching 200,000 volts in the first place? Find out in this live Van de Graaff generator experiment! Other segments from this presentation are available! - Liquid Nitrogen and Fire! - - Liquid Nitrogen and the Tea Kettle Mystery - A more complete liquid nitrogen show, shot during one of Jefferson Lab's Open Houses, can be seen here: - Liquid Nitrogen Show! -

Aluminum and Mercury

Molecule Website: Outro music: ------------------------------------------ When mercury is added to aluminum, it forms an amalgam (a mercury alloy). Aluminum is normally protected by a thick oxide layer, but the formation of the amalgam disrupts it. It allows fresh aluminum to react with air to form white aluminum oxide. As the oxide grows, it forms as these cool white fibers. ------------------------------------------ NileRed Shop: Facebook: Instagram: Patreon:

Magnetic Finger Update; 2 years later

I show how the implanted magnet is doing after nearly 2 years. Here is the video putting it in: Here is the video taking it out: Here is a video showing another piece of metal that is in my hand: The AMA will be on Thursday at 1PM mountain time. on 35194057 Help me make videos by donating here:

Monster magnet meets blood...

Isn't it a problem to handle powerful magnets with iron in our blood? Let's find out! This video was sponsored by The D200xH50 mm neodymium magnet was donated by You can see the unboxing of it and more tests here: Credits for the illustration and animation of the hemoglobin molecule: May 2003, Shuchismita Dutta, David Goodsell doi:10.2210/rcsb_pdb/mom_2003_5 Used with written permission. FULL MUSIC CREDITS Time code: 0:00 Spacial Harvest by Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License ISRC: USUAN1100653 Time codes: 0:35 + 6:27 Perspectives by Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License ISRC: USUAN1300027 Time codes: 4:17 + 8:07 Peace of Mind by Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed...

Making a Laminar Flow Nozzle

In this video we're making a DIY Laminar Flow Nozzle! Subscribe & “Ring the Bell”: Coffee Stirrer Straws: Loctite Repair Putty: Heavy Duty Scouring Pads: See What Else I’m Up To: Instagram: Facebook: Pinterest: Business Inquiries: For sponsorship requests or business opportunities please contact me directly: Music by: ULB Production - “Energetic Background Indie Rock” Commercial rights purchased from WARNING: This video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you assume the responsibility for the results. Have fun, but always think ahead, and remember that every project you try is at YOUR OWN RISK. ✌️👑 RANDOM NATION:...

Mining Platinum From the Road Part One

We get a sample from the side of the road and extract precious metal from it. Arthur's video: Neat little article on how to separate platinum and palladium: Help me make videos by donating here:

What Happens When Lava Meets Ice?

#Outrageous_Acts When a team pours molten lava onto ice, the results are surprising. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science GO: More Outrageous Acts! Subscribe to Science Channel: Check out SCI2 for infinitely awesome science videos. Every day. Join Us on Facebook: Follow Us on Twitter:

MERCURY-Filled Water Balloon - Science!

Mercury, also known as quicksilver, is a very dense liquid metal. It remains a liquid down to about -40c. Normally you would have to fill a water balloon using a hose or a pump. But because mercury has a density that is about 13.5 times that of water, you can just fill a water balloon by just pouring it in using a funnel. Be sure to watch my other Hg videos where we do simple demonstrations that show the remarkable properties of this unusual element. - - -...

Rock to Iron

I extract metallic iron from the ground using some chemistry and a new induction heater. At some point I'll get around to turning the pig iron into steel and making something from it. More on the generator that My dad rebuilt: Help me buy new crucibles by donating here:

Flushing 240lbs of Mercury

I see if a little mercury can be flushed down a toilet and then I take the experiment a little farther and flush a toilet with 240 lbs of mercury. Test results here: Article on how Lewis and Clark used mercury as a laxative: Help me make videos by donating here:

Climbing Walls LIKE SPIDER-MAN!

Learn more about your personal DNA story by going to ! SUBSCRIBE for more AWESOME Videos ► Want to see more great projects and access behind the scenes content? Help support the channel on Patreon! Music: Warrior Rising & A Way Out by Ean Grim Spider-man Theme -- Sickick Remix To see more projects, check out our website at: Chat with other fans and the Hacksmith team on Discord! Follow us on Social Media for updates between videos! Watch the full Channel Trailer: (includes links to individual projects shown!) WARNING: THESE VIDEOS ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY. PERSONAL USE OF VIDEO CONTENT IS AT YOUR OWN...

Can You Boil Water Just By Mixing it Really Fast? Water-Stirring Challenge Accepted!

In this video I see what happens if you stir or mix water really fast. Does the temperature increase because of water friction? If so, can we actually get the water to boil just from mixing it? First I test it by hand then I see how it compares to using more power such as a Blendtech blender. WARNING: This video is for entertainment purposes only. If you use the information from this video for your own projects then you assume complete responsibility for the results. My Other Channel: If you want to help me make videos you can contribute at: For more awesome...

Justice League - Movie Review

The heroes of the DCEU have come together which means Justice League is finally here! How does it stack up? Here's my review of JUSTICE LEAGUE! See more videos by Jeremy here: Follow Jeremy on Twitter: Friend Jeremy on Facebook:

What Keeps Nuclear Weapons from Proliferating: The hardest step in making a nuclear bomb

Bill explains that the hardest step is making the proper type of uranium. Weapons and power plants require uranium that contains a greater amount of the isotope uranium-235 than found in natural uranium, which is mostly uranium-238. He outlines the key difficulty in separating the two isotope: They have nearly identical properties. He explains the two key methods for separation: Gas diffusion and centrifuges.

Mercury Bottle Flip

Cody's lab also did a mercury water bottle flipping video, it's super cool check it out here! tesla500 - Destruction Channel - Website - Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Credit for the opening clips go to: Bottle Flip Talent Show - Bottle Flip -