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Home made fireworks
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8whVxTj7iQ

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#2
Holy smokes...Hehe thats a classic one.....Im just now figuring out how to do cheezy effects like that on my own..lol
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#3
How did he manage to change T shirts during the explosion??? I think he may need a real hobby.
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Haha

Steve



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#5
CLASSIC!!!!

At least take it outside to experiment...That's what I tell my kids anyway.

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#6
Back when we were kids you could buy any chemical you wanted at the local drug store
or order them from a supply house. We found all the formulas in chemistry books at
the high school library. We made some really good stuff! Back then nobody cared if
you blew yourself up just so no one else got hurt. We fabricated a cannon using the
school's machine shop. Had a lot of fun with that.

mike

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#7
In HS chemistry class, we dropped solid pellets of nickel into hydrochloric acid. What results is a thick black smoke. Our teacher looked up from whatever he was doing and said "Hmmm...fog must be rolling in" and went back to reading. Ahhh...the good ol' days.
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#8
I could post a simple formula using two agents, one being a common household cleaning chemical.
It is a very high brisance explosive. But...... that would likely make the moderators very nervous.

mike

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goodnigh;61285 Wrote:I could post a simple formula using two agents, one being a common household cleaning chemical.
It is a very high brisance explosive. But...... that would likely make the moderators very nervous.

mike

Mike, I appreciate you thinking twice about posting that. There's a zillion internet places to post your info, and if you want to post a link to that.... well, I would prefer that to posting the directions here. Thanks! In fact, I might check it out myself. Smile

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#10
I won't be posting any formulas anywhere.
Interested users will have to walk down to
the local library and look it up for themselves.
Just like I did 50 years ago.

mike

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