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Freaking cool science experiments [Tricks]
posted April 4 2013 20:13.51 by Giorgos Lazaridis




The title of this video is "Science is Pretty Freaking Awesome!", no wonder why! Watch a batch of cool experiments that ends with a blast, a pop, a boom, or simply a WOW!



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