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We teamed up with kid science guru Steve Spangler to get the coolest experiments you can try at home, including color-changing milk and a Mentos Diet Coke geyser.
"Steve Spangler describes the reaction as "this generation's reaction to vinegar and baking soda." The reaction - a giant eruption of soda - is as mysterious as it is sensational. Although the phenomenon of dropping candy and mints into soda to release the carbonation has been around for years, it was Steve Spangler's Mentos geyser video from 2005 that started the chain reaction of flying soda."
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