How does this happen? Well, the trick is that the spoon is made from gallium, a substance that melts at only 86 degrees Fahrenheit [about 30 degrees in our money -ed.AU] . So when you put the gallium spoon in hot water it turns into T-1000 style liquid metal ooze. So awesome. [Reddit via The Daily What]
Watch A Spoon Melt Into Liquid Metal Ooze
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