Road Flare vs Liquid Nitrogen

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  • Published on:  Friday, June 8, 2018
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  • Phoenix Nerf

    Phoenix Nerf

     a years ago +308

    Rest assured that next time your car gets submerged in a lake of liquid nitrogen, you'll still be able to signal for help!
    Just don't count on it being water proof...;)

  • Oh My Gaming!

    Oh My Gaming!

     a years ago +34

    When they say it's tested to work vertically, wouldn't that mean vertically with the flame pointed upwards? Wouldn't the gases being released put out the flare when it's upside down? I think upside down is a more extreme version of the horizontal way the manufacturers said it wouldn't work. I also feel like being underwater, you'd probably be right way up pointing to the surface anyway.

  • AA Damian1357PL AA

    AA Damian1357PL AA

     a years ago +116

    make ur own flare

  • theblasblas


     a years ago +23

    Wait, by "vertical" don't they mean with the blazing part up and the handle down? That way the bubbles of air would just go straight up without having to go over to the side.

  • Tony Gonzalez

    Tony Gonzalez

     a years ago +28

    I think the Flare needs to point flame up for it to continue burning. Mind trying it again? Also, what about other liquid gases? Helium for example?

  • Qeyfross


     a years ago +40

    As always love the intros:)...

  • lucas fohey

    lucas fohey

     a years ago +23

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     a years ago +2

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  • Mandogy - Games

    Mandogy - Games

     a years ago +1

    "Honey, what happened to all our wedding china?"
    "Uh, liquid nitrogen?"

  • Bhavya Mehta

    Bhavya Mehta

     a years ago +2

    Vertical meant vertically upwards... The flare works perfectly

  • liam postema

    liam postema

     a years ago +2

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  • Gayatri Mahapatro

    Gayatri Mahapatro

     a years ago +1

    Nice job TKOR. I just love your videos dude.,💕💕💕💕

  • Ena


     a years ago +69

    Hey people scrolling through the comment section...

    Have the most lovely day <3

  • trinity w

    trinity w

     a years ago +1

    Can you PLEASE do something with liquid nitrogen I LOVE those kind of videos

  • xHarux3


     a years ago +1

    Do that with liquid oxygen now.
    You could also burn various things in liquid oxygen there or freeze them and light them with that.

  • Dhyaan Panchal

    Dhyaan Panchal

     a years ago +2

    Can you try one of these:
    1. Try mixing slime with liquid nitrogen and then in vacuum chamber
    2. Try mixing dry ice and liquid nitrogen

  • Shashank A

    Shashank A

     a years ago +1

    You should do a vid about firecrackers reacting to liquid nitrogen

  • Matt Parsons

    Matt Parsons

     a years ago +4

    What happens if you heat the flares up? Do they burn faster or brighter?

  • thinktink365


     a years ago +1

    Could you make wet start fire works like JK Rowling describes please

  • MI R

    MI R

     a years ago +1

    Do a video on "does molten salt conduct electricity"