OOBLECK vs DEEP FRYER

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  • Published on Jul 9, 2019
  • Today we're taking oobleck and trying 4 things we've never done before- putting it in dry ice, dropping it from 40 feet up, putting it in a vacuum chamber and a deep fryer.
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  • allystar morrigan
    allystar morrigan 3 days ago

    Flavored ooblek

  • Grace Keller
    Grace Keller 13 days ago

    I don't know why, but I just had this random horrifying fear of my whole body sinking into a giant tub of oobleck and me not being able to get out and suffocating. Fun nighttime thoughts :)

  • just a rock
    just a rock 18 days ago

    What if you made it with carbonated water instead of normal water?

  • Bella Violet
    Bella Violet 19 days ago

    Could you make oblek glass by deep frying it and somehow retaining its shape

  • Matt Bleasdale
    Matt Bleasdale 22 days ago

    try freeze drying it

  • Skate Ehling
    Skate Ehling 22 days ago

    you should try putting ooblek in the freeze dryer

  • Sapphire Flame
    Sapphire Flame 23 days ago

    Can you eat or make edible dry ice

  • mobbs616
    mobbs616 25 days ago

    might as well start making videos of people cleaning up these messes lol

  • i ate all your pancakes and waddled away

    i want to taste this i really like fried stuff

  • Connor McFarlane
    Connor McFarlane Month ago

    What about ooblek in a freezer dryer?

  • Veloci Fero
    Veloci Fero Month ago

    Now I want mint ice cream

  • Tyrone king
    Tyrone king Month ago

    C. 😤🥺⚗️⚗️⚗️⚗️⚗️⚗️

  • darkstqrs
    darkstqrs Month ago

    Oblek vs hydraulic press

  • Eli Cohen
    Eli Cohen Month ago

    PEN INK OOBLECK!!!

    • Eli Cohen
      Eli Cohen Month ago

      or stuff other than water

  • Leo Hutchinson
    Leo Hutchinson Month ago

    Deep fry orbeez

  • Jacob Ganzel
    Jacob Ganzel Month ago +3

    That drive way need to get a retirement party. It's been through enough🤣😂

  • Melanie Buckley
    Melanie Buckley Month ago

    Soft oobleck, hard oobleck, little bowl of goo. Frozen oobleck, deep fried oobleck, what more can Nate do?

  • Lillie Nguyen
    Lillie Nguyen Month ago

    Why does nate sound like a mad scientist at 9:23??

  • John Wall
    John Wall 2 months ago

    Your intro makes me excited

  • James Verhoff
    James Verhoff 2 months ago

    Oddly, this behavior is akin to what happens to rocks, only at a much faster scale. It's called the brittle/ductile transition zone: You can apply a given force at a given rate and the rock (or oobleck) oozes; apply that force faster and it shatters. All solids have a given brittle/ductile transition zone, and you can do really fun things if you can figure out where that is. I once turned a Styrofoam sandwich box inside out without breaking it, and have shattered Silly Putty by dropping it down a four-story stairwell (the dean of my Geology Department in college suggested it, and we were bored one evening). What sets non-Neutonian fluids apart from regular fluids is that fluids don't usually have this; you can't shatter water. Intuitively, we assume that this transition zone is inherent to solids.

  • MrRedIsNormal
    MrRedIsNormal 2 months ago

    im so addicted to watching these

  • Bridget Darby
    Bridget Darby 2 months ago

    So the easiest way to clean up oobleck is to put dry ice on it

  • Bridget Darby
    Bridget Darby 2 months ago

    Remind me of Goosebumps

  • Abigail Buratti
    Abigail Buratti 2 months ago

    Can you freeze oobleck

  • RD - 08VD - Glenhaven Sr PS (1173)

    Put sodium into ooblek

  • Henrik McHockey
    Henrik McHockey 3 months ago

    What if you put dry ice in a vacuum chamber

  • Lee Southall
    Lee Southall 3 months ago +1

    I was not expecting that when nate dropped it!

  • Lee Southall
    Lee Southall 3 months ago

    Mate could you please put some in a blender???

  • payton sessions
    payton sessions 3 months ago

    Please do some experiments on Disappearing Ink that kids play with

  • Alright Bandit
    Alright Bandit 3 months ago

    “Gentle force” music stops...”...SOFT OOBLECK”

  • Imy Rose
    Imy Rose 3 months ago

    I’m not surprised he ate it 😂

  • capcaunita
    capcaunita 3 months ago +1

    Deep fry wood

  • capcaunita
    capcaunita 3 months ago +6

    Tkor 2016 we're making a foundry
    Tkor 2019 he eats she lites things on fire

  • ShapeyMcShapeface
    ShapeyMcShapeface 3 months ago +2

    Put ooblek under a hydraulic press

  • Matt From Wii Sports
    Matt From Wii Sports 3 months ago +4

    Ooh you should try and microwave oobleck and see what happens :O

  • Micaiah Yen
    Micaiah Yen 3 months ago

    dropping the oobleck was sooo cool as it was turn ito liquidwhen it was dropping and when it hit the ground it hardened and shattered.

  • Master Person
    Master Person 3 months ago

    I keep my *virginity* when stress is put on me

  • Hillbilly Outdoors
    Hillbilly Outdoors 3 months ago

    4:59 what the heck

  • Will Snyder
    Will Snyder 3 months ago +1

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  • Graven Raven
    Graven Raven 3 months ago

    you shoulda done it the potato oobleck way so then u made fries......

  • Peter Fitzpatrick
    Peter Fitzpatrick 3 months ago

    I wonder if oobleck could be used as a vibration dampener device ?? 🙄
    I imagine a loose-fitting piston in a cylinder full of the stuff would work... 🙄😏

  • Leo Wande
    Leo Wande 3 months ago +2

    When you bust a nut 9:25

  • Jayce
    Jayce 3 months ago +2

    Splash + Shatter = Splatter. Meaning of life. Thank you Dr. Seuss.

  • Heather Hutchinson
    Heather Hutchinson 3 months ago +57

    He looks so happy now. Imagine how sad he is now

    • Shortiiee_.a
      Shortiiee_.a 3 months ago

      @Win Tap King yes cause he did very crazy things 😂

    • Win Tap King
      Win Tap King 3 months ago +3

      at least his legacy lives on

    • House of Stupidity
      House of Stupidity 3 months ago +3

      @butteredtoast studios Yes, very said

    • butteredtoast studios
      butteredtoast studios 3 months ago +10

      Heather Hutchinson You have a point... it’s so said that grant’s gone

  • fezickthebig
    fezickthebig 3 months ago

    What happens if you pressurize it instead of sucking the air out?

  • Jeromey Mascarenhas
    Jeromey Mascarenhas 3 months ago +2

    The deep fryer opened the stach cells and caused the glucose to congeal

  • Jeromey Mascarenhas
    Jeromey Mascarenhas 3 months ago +2

    Grant's poor workbench...

  • REAPER
    REAPER 3 months ago

    Is oobe leck edible

  • Jonathan hill
    Jonathan hill 3 months ago +1

    You described it as melting but is there an actual term for what happens?

  • Tiny Potato
    Tiny Potato 3 months ago

    I'm Tripiphobic

  • Nightshade Starstream
    Nightshade Starstream 3 months ago

    Lay in a tub of it.. Try splashing in it.

  • Adi Daringa
    Adi Daringa 3 months ago

    Try shooting it

  • Supergoo 21
    Supergoo 21 3 months ago +1

    I really want to see the inside view of one of the lego ships in acetone, i think that would look amazingly satisfying

  • remix ddxd.
    remix ddxd. 3 months ago +26

    Thank me later 1:59

    Now you have to leave a

    Uno reverse card on my table c;

  • Milly The kitten
    Milly The kitten 3 months ago

    Is dry ice edible? OwO

    • Milly The kitten
      Milly The kitten Month ago

      VoltisArt - o_o

    • VoltisArt
      VoltisArt Month ago

      No. It's cold enough to "burn" you (freeze your water-filled body parts enough that the cells burst and they die, turning into mush when they thaw) and sublimates into a gas when it warms up. Trying to eat it would freezer burn all of your mouth, and if you actually got it down your throat, (which would be damaged too,) it would give you gas that would also be enough to send you to the hospital.

  • cindy baldan
    cindy baldan 3 months ago

    Could you try to make a balloon stuffer with the vacuum chamber

  • Jesse Sippl
    Jesse Sippl 3 months ago +1

    2 suggestions
    Put dry ice in oobleck in a deep fryer in a vacuum chamber and drop it from 35 feet up
    Or make oobleck with just corn starch and food coloring, no water.

  • Oofreme Rawr
    Oofreme Rawr 3 months ago

    Oobleck is just a really runny putty

  • Shamida Davis
    Shamida Davis 3 months ago

    What will happen if you put oobleck on a speaker

  • Tammy Pizza
    Tammy Pizza 3 months ago

    Can you use flower instead of corn starch or baking powder