Make a Fireball That You Can Hold

How To : Make fireballs you can hold in your hand

This flame you CAN hold, without burning your skin off. Learn to make fireballs you can hold in your hand. This amazing video tutorial shows you how to do it. All you'll need for this little science experiment or fiery weapon is 100% cotton cloth, scissors, lighter fuel, cotto ...more

News : Make fireballs you can hold in your hands

Pyro or not, fireballs are intrinsically cool. Add in the handheld element and they're suddenly magical orbs. The invention is science experiment safe, but just because you can touch it doesn't mean it's not real fire. Be careful! Photo by Mr. 7 Make fireballs you can hold ...more

How To : Make a homemade fire ball

Goodness gracious—miniscule balls of fire! This video presents a guide to preparing small combustible balls of fabric — fireballs that, if you have no regard for your personal safety or that of those around you, can be held in the palm of your hand! For a complete overview of ...more

Do Not Try This At Home : The Human Torch

PopSci's Gray Matter demonstrates again and again what the layman should absolutely Not Try at Home. Which is precisely what makes Gray's experiments so fun. Remember when the mad scientist fully submerged his hand in liquid nitrogen? Today's demonstration also plays with what ...more

How to Make Propane Bubbles : Fire You Can Hold

You must ONLY conduct this experiment if you are experienced in using combustibles and understand the risk. Fire is very dangerous and can seriously burn you. Seems harmless at first, but believe me, these are bubbles turned evil. When ignited, the bubbles pop almost instantly ...more

Friday Fresh : Get Started on Starcraft 2 and More

Every day of the week, WonderHowTo curators are hard at work, scouring the web for the greatest and most inspiring how-to videos. Every Friday, we'll highlight our favorite finds.Make a fireball you can hold in your hands. Bone up on Starcraft 2 The Starcraft 2 Beta may have ...more

HowTo : Photograph an Atomic Bomb

George Yoshitake is one of the remaining living cameramen to have photographed the nuclear bomb. His documentation of the military detonation of hundreds of atom bombs from 1956 to 1962 reveals the truly chilling effect of the weapon. Below, images and explanatory captions via ...more

How To : Gamify Diagnostics on Your Android Phone

Running diagnostics on your Android phone can be a very tedious process. More often than not, you need to key in dialer codes to see if your device's hardware is functioning properly, though you can also download apps — but these are often hard to understand for a layperson. W ...more

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