|Rodents of Unusual Size |
There is another gummy bear vs. potassium chloride clip from years ago on the site, but this is a much larger gummy bear experiment.
|Hugo Gorilla |
"The reaction is said to be product favored."
|Jet Bin Fever |
That bear was one week from retirement.
|Killer Joe |
About 30 seconds in I was all "Man, that's a good bowl, I need to get one of those!"
The bright blue flame indicates that this was a particularly sweet gummi bear.
|Binro the Heretic |
Would pork rinds produce the same result or is it necessary to process it into gelatin?
|Caminante Nocturno |
For some reason, I can't get the Gremlins theme song out of my head.
I thought that too...I was looking for little fur balls to fly out of him.
That isn't even the biggest gummy bear they have.
|The Mothership |
potassium will fuck you up. sodium too.
Melting, melting, what a world, what a world!
I think it's molten potassium chlorate, not chloride, though.
DO IT WITH A GIANT NOVELTY GUMMY BEAR!
Erm, I mean an even GIANTER one!
Rodents of Unusual Size
We can only hope they destroy one of their largest gummy bears for us...science does keep outdoing itself so I am optimistic.
Or a gummy Venus de Milo, carved by gummi artisans who work exclusively in the medium of gummi.
Will you two stop saying 'gummi' so much?
Google tells me that these guys got their chemistry wrong. This is a gummy bear v. potassium chlorate, a product of which reaction is potassium chloride.
Gummi bears, bouncing here and there and eveAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRGGGGGGHHHHHHhghjbltlbtlbtltbltb;ltbktbltbtl btlbtltbltbblbFOOOOOOOOOOOOSHSHSHSHHS...
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