In addition to an exercise in science, which proposes Bruspup is to build a decorative object based on stack liquids. As each liquid has a different density all occupy its space in the container and do not come into conflict.
To construct the object it is necessary to have an empty bottle and a Cup to measure the capacity of the liquid being poured into the container. Liquids appearing in the video are dark corn syrup, liquid for washing dishes, (colored water to make the content more fun), vegetable oil and alcohol which also you can add food coloring to animate the decor.
The process, as seen in the video, it is simple. First thing is to know the capacity of the bottle because the goal is to divide the total by the number of liquids capacity use to know how many layers are to be stacked. You can also play with the size of the layers to make more attractive sculpture.
I think that it is one craft that requires the presence of an adult Although it doesn’t seem too difficult to reproduce at home. We encourage you to do so and certainly should be caution so that no one then pour it or tap it.
The channel in which I’ve obtained the wall clock, via Microsiervos, is from Brusspup, who was born, as he says on his Facebook, on 30 November 1999 and is delighted to making videos that shares in his YouTube channel for their nearly 500,000 subscribers and nearly 180 million reproductions. Additionally his lessons of physics, like this one, encourage to keep track as a popularizer of science.