Fireball in science student's hand

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13 Jan 2018 16:55 - +3037
Judging by the kid's reaction, he's not going to graduate as a mage.
13 Jan 2018 18:13 - +657
I swear if someone taught me science by handing me balls of fire, I wouldn't have hated every minute of my education and would be a STEM student. Edit: I see many replies about how I wouldn't most probably be a good student even if my teacher did something like this and I agree. In hindsight, its easier to blame your failures on anyone but yourself and just make excuses. So I guess most probably they are right. Having said that I just want to add that I am from a small town of a third world country. In science class, all our teachers did was to read the text from the book and declare that chapter to be over. And I am not blaming the teachers here either, frankly they weren't paid enough to care and neither did they have enough incentives to teach in interesting ways outside of paid tuition classes nor enough budget to conduct experiments of these kinds. Hell, from grade 6 to 10, the period during which I had science in my curriculum, we didn't have a single practical. Our teacher just gave us notes and we copied that into our practical copies without having done any experiment. Now I understand, most of these sounds like I am just making excuses for my short comings. The sole reason I love arts or humanities subjects more than STEM ones is because I always understood what I read, I never felt like I was missing something. Whenever I read a chapter from history or literature, I could picture them in my head. That was interesting to me, I knew what I was reading. That wasn't the case when I read a chapter from physics or chemistry. I always felt like I was missing something and I didn't understand shit. And maybe that's what separates the STEM folks from us, they have an innate ability to understand science. I am just saying that if someone did show me even one or two stuffs like this, yeah most probably I wouldn't graduate highschool this year as a STEM student, but at least studying science wouldn't have felt like torture. Sorry for a long, boring-ass rant.
13 Jan 2018 17:02 - +630
I like how he walks away in the end. "Woah, that's it? That's neat"
13 Jan 2018 18:35 - +343
Science teacher here, where can I get a job where this is the go? I would get absolutely fired for doing this with a student in class.
13 Jan 2018 18:17 - +246
What substance is it?
13 Jan 2018 16:24 - +234
13 Jan 2018 17:34 - +109
I wonder if anyone holding the fireball has ever freaked out and dived out the window, like that king in Lord of the Rings
13 Jan 2018 18:47 - +67
Both of these people should be wearing eye protection.
13 Jan 2018 18:21 - +61
A white man burns alive a black kid. Such evil.
13 Jan 2018 16:17 - +41
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13 Jan 2018 20:10 - +36
If my science teachers had looked like Jake Ryan, I might have gone into STEM.
13 Jan 2018 18:21 - +20
That was poorly done on the teachers part regarding safety. He should have told the pupil to hold his hand flat and wipe the bubbles away from underneath his hand. This is likely why the pupil was waving his hand around at the end because the heat from the bubbles underneath his hand was almost burning him.
13 Jan 2018 17:07 - +12
And then the fire Nation came along and destroyed everything
13 Jan 2018 20:33 - +11
I love how the professor spins the lighter at the end
13 Jan 2018 19:13 - +8
No goggles or wet hands first, CLEAPPS would be furious
13 Jan 2018 17:36 - +7
This was so fun! I did this when I was about 7 and it freaked me out!
13 Jan 2018 21:52 - +7
That PowerPoint slide is slightly upsetting.
13 Jan 2018 17:17 - +7
I which I could do cool stuff like this in science
13 Jan 2018 19:37 - +5
THIS is the type of teachers needed. I had a science teacher in the 9th grade who would teach us things then show us. I remember when he would take a copper penny, dip it in a solution and make it "gold". Then gave us until the next day to figure out how he did it. I didn't figure it out but he told us the next day. Was pretty bad ass. honestly wish i could contact him to tell him that I know the periodic table because of him.
13 Jan 2018 18:52 - +4
aaaand he is a pyromancer. it doesnt require any int points or faith points you only need a fiery hand.
13 Jan 2018 22:23 - +4
We did this back when I was in high school. It’s how I got one of the coolest pictures of myself
13 Jan 2018 23:10 - +4
That teacher is hot AF
13 Jan 2018 20:13 - +3
This is a chemical reaction reaction gif actually.
13 Jan 2018 19:46 - +2
We did this in my HS science class, but when my buddy did it, his became a huge fireball and he lost a bit of his eyebrows.
13 Jan 2018 20:48 - +2
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13 Jan 2018 20:27 - +2
I didn't know Geno was a teacher too!
13 Jan 2018 18:58 - +2
I read the title and clicked without checking the sub. I was so sure it was going to be instant regret or nononono or something.
13 Jan 2018 20:52 - +2
Methane bubbles. I remember doing this in high school, singed the hair off my hands.
13 Jan 2018 21:34 - +2
I wish my science teacher was that cool.
13 Jan 2018 20:59 - +1
Can’t wait until he tries to replicate this at home!
13 Jan 2018 21:26 - +1
Nice tide pod
13 Jan 2018 21:39 - +1
Ahh the good old gas pumped into dish soap...
13 Jan 2018 21:05 - +1
My chemistry teacher lit a chemistry book on fire instead. He was also my physics teacher and he demonstrated how a concave lens worked by lighting a cigarette (this was the early ‘90s). One of my fellow students said “Mr. ____, I didn’t know you smoked.” “Not cigarettes,” he answered.
13 Jan 2018 21:21 - +1
13 Jan 2018 20:40 - +1
Isn't standing in front of a projector dangerous.
13 Jan 2018 20:27 - +1
This is so uncanny because I'm the president of chem club at my school and we literally just did this two days ago but instead of methane we used butane. It was hilarious because there were only a few people who knew what would happen so when I lit my hand I screamed as if it actually hurt and everyone jumped.
13 Jan 2018 21:03 - +1
Nice. Just don't try that with napalm.
13 Jan 2018 20:27 - +1
And I was terrified I might get fired for setting students desks on fire..
13 Jan 2018 21:19 - +1
this framerate is painful to watch
13 Jan 2018 18:28 - +1
What's the gas here?
13 Jan 2018 21:22 - +1
Fire Nation schools be like!
13 Jan 2018 19:52 - +1
Yeah, my teachers were way to big of a fuck up to trust them to not kill me with something like this
13 Jan 2018 21:27 - +1
Not the fireball I thought you meant.
13 Jan 2018 20:07 - +1
I was just watching a video of a woman frying fish with fire ball hand haha

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