What it claims:
That something cool happens when pouring molten metal into a colder liquid.
What you get:
A long boring clip of copper being melted poured into antifreeze engine coolant, wich starts to burn from the heat of the melted copper. Then the copper is cooled off and nothing cool happens at all, just shows plain physics from school.
Video : Molten Copper vs Antifreeze
Time well spent2/10
I didn't know that2/10
I would rather have done the dishes8/10
ClickBait topic related to contents8/10
- You learn that antifreeze coolant isn't a good cooling liquid for molten metals.
- Basic physics learned in school.
- Timeconsuming video, nothing actually happens for a long time, except burning coolant.