Of course you don't need to power a flashlight with candles. DOH
im gonna try it with my ipod charger LOL.
I don't think so. He has a switch under the table. Watch during the part when he makes the light go on. His left hand goes under the table at the time the light goes on and off. Plus, the candle goes out and the light stays on for just a moment. His right hand goes under the table at the time the DC motor starts up.
I am stumped...
i reckon its the magnetized metal and the heat.
you are exactly right.
all you need for an ammonia refrig is a candle also
them little suckers are valuable
will create a hell of a fire too
I got this in an email a while back (and tried it)....LOL!...no dice.
i tried the 9v batt and steel wool once, it was awesome.
nettles and pile on the steel wool.
It's a fire ball
It doesn't work, I'm calling bs
ol dryer lint works too lol!!!
You ought to see a civil war cannon loaded wit 7oz
of powder and about 2 lbs of steel wool fired at night
New Years don't have a chance
i wanna be a civil war reenactor too!
are you a desendent of a soldier?
would you like some info how to join?
how to make a bomb out of a roll of toilet paper and a stick of dynamite!
I'll show you how with pool chems
my ancestors didnt get to come to america til after world war 2 when they offered my great granddad citizenship, how do you join civil war reenactments though.
i appreciate it
The most accurate civil war movie ever filmed
"The Great Locomotive Chase"
with Fess Parker ( who died last week)
but havent seen it, RIP to fess parker too.
i havnt tried it,but i dont see how it could posibly work.there is no chemical reaction,and his hand does go under the table each time.kinda reminds me of a game we used to play on the new guys when i was a carpenter called get me the board stretcher.still cant figure how he is making the circuit though.you can power electronics with citrus fruit though.