Beads on a picture create an instant low tech pointillist painting.
A piece of clear plastic shrinks and turns white with heat. A great way to re-use #1 containers!
The electric fields inside of a microwave cause sparks, heat, and even shrinks a bag of chips!
A bar of soap in the microwave grows to tremendous proportions.
You can light a bulb in the microwave (for a little while) and the electric fields in the oven will cause it to light!
A water bottle and a grill igniter make a ping-pong ball launcher.
This week, Kenn shows us how to build world’s simplest motor!
This week, Rachel shows us an awesome experiment which uses electricity to heat up the graphite in a pencil lead, making it glow very bright!
Goldenrod paper turns red when ammonia or other base is added. Rachel shows us how we can use this to write secret messages!
A grape makes a great dipole antenna, and makes a great (small and safe) series of sparks in the microwave.