Friday, 3 December 2010

OK, it's a violent death for a gummi bear, but it's worth it.

It's like the poor bear is trying to escape...



Now think about the possible consequences:

- Gummi bear powered cars
- Gummi bear survival torches
- Gummi bear fobia therapy
- Gummi bear dirty bombs (like: "Look there, a nice full bag of delicious gummi bears!!! Let's..." *explosion. Creepy violent burning sounds. napalm bombardment-like scenes and people screaming*)


I'll warn my children tonight . Sugar is BAD.

29 comments:

  1. My Chemistry teacher showed me this! This was so cool :D

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  2. Now thats just pure epic! xD mmmm gummi bear powered computers! I can see it now!

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  3. if they did these kind of experiments in school i would have loved chemistry

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  4. gummie bears are the greatest thing ever

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  5. this makes science sweet. i always enjoy scientific discoveries, just hate being involved in any kind of science whatsoever

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  6. From what I've read, you've got a rockin' good post! Happy you found me.

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  7. That Gummi bear gave his life for SCIENCE!!!!

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  8. Oh my god that is terrifying. How did..what...HOW?

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  9. Hahaha, I didn't expect this to be brutal!

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  10. So awesome! I want to try it - but I don't know if I would stick my arm over the tube like that guy.

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  11. great background you have here!

    followin

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  12. this is why sugar and science is bad

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  13. need to make sure to never keep my gummy bears around my potassium chlorate!

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  14. Got some more experiment vids?

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  15. Wow, Gummy Bears dangerous stuff, I'll think twice before eating one from now on

    Respect,
    Victor, member of PL Team

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  16. hehe, more violent reaction than I would have expected

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  17. damn you....gummi bears are my favorite snacks.

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  18. This is a very neat science experiment. I'd rather eat my gummy bears though.

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