Underwater explosions using dry ice in slow motion

Underwater Explosions Using Dry Ice in Slow Motion
Underwater Explosions Using Dry Ice in Slow Motion


What do you get when you throw dry ice bombs into a swimming pool? YouTube's TheBackyardScientist is about to find out.

First, he fills a plastic water bottle with chunks of dry ice he says liquid nitrogen works just as well if you have some lying around. And, who doesn't?

Then he attaches a weight to the water bottle, puts on the lid and quickly throws it into the pool.

The result?

A cool, underwater explosion. But, as he demonstrates with these water balloons, you probably don't want to be in the pool when one goes off!

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