Channing Tries OOBLECK Part 1 | Making It

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OOBLECK spokes-kid, Channing, mixes up a batch of oobleck.

She explains it in the video below, but we’ll put it in writing here. To make oobleck you basically mix equal parts cornstarch and water. Too runny and you need a bit more cornstarch. To thick and you need a bit more water.

Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid–a suspension that can seem like both a liquid and a solid. Learn more about the science of oobleck here.

We’d love to see you oobleck thoughts, suggestions, and experiences in the comments!

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