Pouring Molten Metals into Water

Not only does rapid cooling produce some really interesting physical results in these different metals, but the hotter ones make a great sound.

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+15 1. Add1ct commented 7 years ago

AluminIum
^
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+17 2. duze commented 7 years ago

Did he refer to C (Celsius) as Communist temperature units???
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+3 3. loadrunner commented 7 years ago

Now try adding water to molten metals :x
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+3 4. ringmaster commented 7 years ago

#2 He also had some fun with Fahrenheit. Why am I thinking about new ways to destroy / build terminators?
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+3 5. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

I was waiting for him to pour sodium and potassium in there. Very interesting reactions!
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+5 6. BloodBeast commented 7 years ago

"Aloominum, which is wrong"...?

Illiterate? Don't know the meaning of the word.

Murkans...
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+3 7. Thanos commented 7 years ago

Technically speaking, both "Aluminium" and "Aluminum" are correct. It's just that the latter is an officially accepted alternative commonly used in but ~2 countries, whereas the rest of the world sticks to the original spelling...
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+6 8. deadhorse commented 7 years ago

Technically, aluminiumiumium is correct, I'm a doctor.
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+3 9. m1kyd commented 7 years ago

#6 Aloomanum is easier for them to pronounce. You wouldn't take the piss out of a mentally disabled child, so just be patient with the Muricans.

http://www.snotr.com/video/14719/Questions http://www.snotr.com/video/14545/People_asked_simple_questions/


hahahahaah good ol' Snotr
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+1 10. urbaneagle commented 7 years ago

This kid is a Illiterate close minded prick
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+1 11. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

#7 & #9 Sir Humphry Davy discovered the existence of the shiny metal and gave it a name - Aluminum.
The Brits decided years later that it needed to “rhyme” with the other elements on the periodic table and renamed it Aluminium. So who is right? I tend to lean towards the original name by the discoverer, not those who are more interested in rhyming.
BTW.. The Canadians agree.....
It's a North American thing,,,you wouldn't understand. :D
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+1 12. Pyranthos commented 7 years ago

potayto potahto, its all the effin same. Alumium (its original name) is actually both aluminum and aluminium are correct since Davy was a bit of an indecisive fella, lol. So congrats, everyone's rt, and nobody's wrong, lmao. So yea, potayto potahto. :P
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+3 13. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

Why don't we just call it 'AL' :S