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Create a Storm Glass with Vodka! [Chemistry]
posted November 4 2014 18:52.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis




A storm glass is a type of weather forecasting device, composed of a sealed glass container filled with liquid. The appearance of the liquid purportedly predicts the weather, but modern experiments have failed to confirm this.

This is how wikipedia describes the storm glass. Nevertheless, NightHawkInLight gave a +1 for hos vodka powered storm glass after predicting a snow fall. Check out how he made his own weather prediction device in this link.



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