Brace yourself to see every primary school experiment to ever hit a science fair. Earlier this month, GE held a competition asking people to pack as much science as possible into six second vines, and this is a compilation of the best ones.
You will recognise most of these experiments, because chances are, you’ve done them before. From a volcano made out of bicarb soda and vinegar, to making a basic circuit, to simple explanations of static electricity using a balloon, these are the ways we learned science when we were young. These vines are adorable, a little bit nostalgia-inducing, but awesome most of all because they’re demonstrations of real science. Now who do we award the blue ribbon to? [GE via It’s OK To Be Smart]