Who would have ever thought you could start a fire with water, especially when water is used to put out fires. This is totally amazing. You’ve got to watch it!
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Published on Sep 27, 2013
Fire and water: mortal enemies? Not so fast! Here are 5 ways to start a fire, using water.
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In this video you’ll see how to;
- Start a fire using an old light bulb and water
– Get tinder smoldering using plastic wrap and water
– Make a hands free liquid lens with a picture frame and plastic wrap
– Ignite tinder using a water bottle
– Start a blazing fire by reacting water and sodium
WARNING: Under certain conditions, an open flame can grow to an uncontrollable, blazing fire. This may result in serious injury, burns, property damage, forrest fires, grass fires, and even death. Use of video content is at own risk.
Special thanks to my friends Scott & Brendo for letting me use their song (“Deep Blue” – Instrumental). You can purchase their songs in the links below;
Projects & pictures that inspired this video:
#1: Original idea adaptation after experimenting with water bottles
#2: Original idea adaptation after experimenting with water bottles (I also demonstrated this method with urine in another video:http://youtu.be/0YAu2Dsh_Zc
#3: GreenPowerScience http://youtu.be/f_zKk03CJKU
#4: Original idea adaptation from experimenting with water bottles, and looking for a bottle shaped like a sphere. The POM bottles are perfect!
#5: Original idea after experimenting with the reactions between water and sodium metal in a previous video:http://youtu.be/kssQlomJB58
I love the idea that simple resources can be utilized to help meet our basic survival needs. Water is about as basic and abundant as it gets. To use it as a liquid lens you just need to find a way to make it round, clear, and hope for a sunny day! Then, your imagination is the only limitation.