Tornado in a Jar

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Underwater Volcano Science Experiment

Underwater Volcano Science Experiment In this Video we show you the steps to conduct this cool science experiment. You can follow along at home using a few common items and you too can use science to create what looks like an underwater volcano. Enjoy the video! Leave your questions & comments below. Subscribe to Cool Science Experiment HQ on YouTube Get the FREE ebook '3 Simple Science Experiment for Kids': ======================================= Cool Science Experiments HQ - Facebook - FREE Weekly Newsletter: ======================================= How To Make a Underwater Volcano Science Experiment ======================================= Experiment Details Items Needed =========== * Small clear glass bottle with narrow mouth * Large clear contains that is at least 5 inches taller than the bottle) * 3 ft of String * Food Coloring * Hot Water * Cold Water Instructions =========== Step 1 - 4: Begin with a small glass jar with a narrow mouth. Cut a long piece of string (3 ft) and tie one end around the mouth of the jar. Then thread the other end through the piece of string on the other side of the mouth of the jar. Tie that end into a knot. Ensure that both knots are tight and cut off any excess from the ends of the string. Once you have finished, you have created a string handle that you will use to pick up and lower the jar. Step 5: Next pour hot water into the jar. Helpful Tip: Use a funnel to make it easier to pour the water. Step 6: Add a 5-10 drops of red food coloring to the jar. The water should be a dark red color. Step 7: Next get a large clear container and fill it with cold water. Helpful Tip: The container must be taller than the bottle. For best results, the water level should be 4-5 inches higher than the top of the bottle. Step 8: Carefully pick up the bottle using the string handle you created and slowly lower it into the container of water. Observe what happens next. ======================================= Cool Science Experiments HQ - Facebook - FREE Weekly Newsletter: =======================================

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TORNADO in a jar experiment

TORNADO in a jar experiment Remember to just add a small amount of dish soap or it might get to cloudy. The swirling motion you give the jar forms a vortex and is a easy way to create your own tornado. You can add food coloring or glitter to add some awesome tornados. Tornado alley is region in the Central United States where tornados often occur. The states of Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri are in Tornado Alley. The Fujita Scale In 1971 Dr T. Theodore Fujita developed a scale to classify a tornado's speed and potential for damage. Tornados are rated on the Fujita scale after they have passed through an area and damage has been assessed. More information here: SOCIAL NETWORKING » FACEBOOK - TWITTER - INSTAGRAM - PINTEREST - HELP! ME TRANSLATE my Videos!! aTdHvAaNnKcSe

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