Pouring Molten Copper on Antifreeze Engine Coolant Is Pretty Spectacular

By Casey Chan on at

It’s basically the war of the worlds. Heaven and hell smashing themselves together. A song of ice and fire. It’s molten copper vs antifreeze engine coolant.

That hot golden orange glow being poured onto the radioactive slimy green antifreeze. What happens? A lot! The antifreeze starts shooting out bolts as the burn from the molten copper settles in. The flame gets pretty tall. And the finished product is like a warped copper brain.

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