27
Jul

postedbyYousef

I just discovered Oobleck! Its called Oobleck! When I first read the name I got curious and read some more then went on youtube and found many videos about Ooblecks! lol I don’t know whether this is old news or not. 😛

This substance is solid AND liquid! it gets solid when you apply pressure, and when you don’t, it turns back to liquid! its freaky at first but then it gets so much FUN!

I tried it just 10 minutes ago. ALL you need is 1.5 cups of corn starch (nisha ilthora) and 1 cup of water.. I added some more starch afterward to have a thicker texture. This thing gets VERY sold when you grab it and squeeze it, but when you loose your grip, it melts right out of your hands and fingers. You can add color, any color, just for more fun.

You should all try this NOW!

Again, You need:

1 1/2 cup of corn starch.
1 cup of water
color, any color (mo lazim)

This video may help as well:

 

This entry was posted on Sunday, July 27th, 2008 at 3:50 pm

11 Responses to “TRY THIS NOW!!”

  1. kwt23 says:

    WOW…this looks cool 😛

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  2. DVLz says:

    Nice, but do you know what its used for? When I first so the image i thought you were cooking something. :)

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  3. Ansam says:

    I am gonna try it with my nephews LOL

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  4. uturn says:

    you all ate this substance already. Custard is considered a kind of Oobleck.

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  5. Bojacob says:

    I think I’ve seen some kind of armor based on that. Gotta try it though!

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  6. mo3ath says:

    looks cool :)

    i’ll sign for it ..

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  7. loco says:

    min thegat e l 5elq sawayt el tajroba!!!

    wa efshalat fshal thareeee3!!!!
    wa el ree7a shay mo 9eeej :S

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  8. pumkinah says:

    loco shaklk 7a6 baith 😛 hehehe
    wede ajreb bs now its 11 pm mamnoo3 anzl el m6bkh 😛

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  9. 5ermesS says:

    Le3eb bel ne3ma 😛

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  10. Harsha says:

    looks.. interesting..

    But what are you supposed to do with it?

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  11. 7aneeen says:

    we used to make it in science class in 8th grade! Its super fun, especially when you add coloring

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