Beakman's World (1992– )

Snow, Beakmania & Natural Selection 

Asked about snow, Beakman uses a large block of ice and a pitcher of water to demonstrate water's three states ?? solid, liquid and gas ?? before explaining how they work together in the ... See full summary »
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Mark Ritts Mark Ritts ... Lester
Eliza Schneider ... Liza
Paul Zaloom ... Beakman

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Asked about snow, Beakman uses a large block of ice and a pitcher of water to demonstrate water's three states ?? solid, liquid and gas ?? before explaining how they work together in the rain cycle. Noting that snow forms when water vapor in very cold clouds gathers around microscopic ice nuclei, he claims that no two snowflakes are alike. To demonstrate this fact, Beakman and his friends catch some snowflakes on a piece of black paper for closer examination with a magnifying glass. For "Beakmania," Beakman notes that the yo?yo was invented in the Philippine Islands; that the shortest name of a place is the French town of Y; and that the world's largest cat is the Siberian Tiger. In the "Liza Challenge," Lester is dared to blow a ping pong ball out of a small funnel. When he is unable to do it, Liza explains that, because of Bernoulli's Principle, blowing on the funnel actually reduces the air pressure around the ball, causing it to be pushed into, rather than out of, the funnel. ... Written by Anonymous

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9 December 1995 (USA) See more »

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