Can you set fire to ice?
Well… yes! With the right ingredients…
By adding calcium carbide to ice, it reacts with the water to produce acetylene gas, which is highly flammable. Find out more & check out the slow-motion footage of this reaction in this video: http://youtu.be/8m5rnr28C58
(via @rossexton) another fantastic submission.

Can you set fire to ice?

Well… yes! With the right ingredients…

By adding calcium carbide to ice, it reacts with the water to produce acetylene gas, which is highly flammable. Find out more & check out the slow-motion footage of this reaction in this video: http://youtu.be/8m5rnr28C58

(via @rossexton)

another fantastic submission.
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