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Hello.

Welcome to Ask a Scientist, a place where you can send in your requests for experiments and we will "attempt"to perform them, video them, and stick the results on Youtube.

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Are you mad?

The answer to that question is...yes. We just like blowing stuff up and then showing people how to do it!

Can I help?

Of course you can! If you like our videos, please feel free to email us with your ideas to askamadscientist@gmail.com.

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Great! Where do I sign up?

If you wish to submit an idea, please email it to askamadscientist@gmail.com  and we will attempt to carry it out! If you like our videos, please subscribe to our channel (go to www.youtube.com/askascientist) - thanks!

A WARNING before we begin...

By browsing this site you agree to the following:

The stuff we do is mostly dangerous, and we recommend that you do not try any of it at home - unless you really do know what you're doing. Unfortunately, Ask a Scientist nor any of its founders or 'employees' can be held responsible for any inaccuracies in the content, or injuries, loss or death if trying to replicate content of the videos (or how ever so caused). So no sueing us when you set fire to your hair, okay? (By the way, I have set fire to my hair before. It wasn't nice, so don't do it.) Or, of course, if you have done anything else to yourself, or your possessions, pets etc.

The infomation shown is for educational purposes only! Ask a Scientist does not recomend that you try to replicate any of what you see, how ever we realise that we can't nurse you and physically stop you, and if you do so chose to replicate it, you do so entirely at your own risk, and do not hold us responsable for any loss or injury as described above.

That said, unless you're a complete idot and use your common sense you should be OK. OK?