Molten lead and Coke make a beautiful creation

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Molten Lead and Coke Experiment Creates Art

Science can produce some wild and interesting stuff!

Have you ever wondered what happened when you mixed molten lead with Coca-Cola? No? Well I bet you are wondering now!

The video above shows the awesome combo of the two and the incredibly detailed result. The genius behind the video was hoping the "coke would boil off, and the syrup left behind would auto-ignite." However, that most certainly did not happen, and produced some wild artwork.

They mentioned in the YouTube description that they were able to avoid any danger of stream from the molten lead because "the lead was shallow, and the Coke instantly quenched (solidified) the molten lead."

Namely, the biggest PSA of this project, just don't try it at home.

Check out the pics from a wild science project that went awry!

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Molten lead and Coke make a beautiful creation
A lecturer was demonstrating an experiment which involves mixing sodium with water. (Framegrab courtesy: Noah Agosta)
A lecturer was demonstrating an experiment which involves mixing sodium with water. (Framegrab courtesy: Noah Agosta)
A lecturer was demonstrating an experiment which involves mixing sodium with water. (Framegrab courtesy: Noah Agosta)
A lecturer was demonstrating an experiment which involves mixing sodium with water. (Framegrab courtesy: Noah Agosta)
A lecturer was demonstrating an experiment which involves mixing sodium with water. (Framegrab courtesy: Noah Agosta)
A lecturer was demonstrating an experiment which involves mixing sodium with water. (Framegrab courtesy: Noah Agosta)
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