Psycho-Delic Milk

About: I've had many different jobs in my life, but I've discovered my passion: Mental Health Counseling. However, that doesn't keep me from still being a technogeek!

The old color changing milk trick amped up with Florescent Inks from highlighters! Toss in a blacklight (OK.. not literally, but hold it above) and REALLY see a show! This is a great experiment to show your kids... or for the kid in you. Groovy man!

KEY TO THE TRICK: Heat the milk! The hotter, the faster the reaction when you add the drop or two of dishwashing liquid!

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    dodo91

    10 years ago on Introduction

    i know. there sooo pretty! must, drink! ahaoq! i fell funny. i think im poisend. i cnt sii gd. i si te l dodo couldnt complete this sentence. he died. im his brother.

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    DragonX777

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Whoaaa the colors, they're changing!! You must try it dude!!

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    DragonX777

    10 years ago on Introduction

    wouldn't it be less rottening to use a cornstarch or other powder to make water white with it, instead of milk.

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    JohnMichael

    10 years ago on Introduction

    It would be a really good idea to make sure you are using food grade markers...

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    rocksalt2342

    10 years ago on Introduction

    ...well, don't drink it. not a lot of people out there have common sense...

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    Phantom5582ItsTheHobbs

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Containers filled with unknown glowing fluid make people think it should be in a mad science's lab. And I guess mad science is strongly related to steampunk, some how...

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    deth2all

    11 years ago on Introduction

    head full of acid......... quote by"dr. Gonzo" obscure?

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    gmoon

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Cool...now where's my Iron Butterfly 8-track....

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    dbarak

    11 years ago on Introduction

    That can actually have some practical uses. Imagine the special effects you could pull for filmmaking.

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