Remember those dorky kids in school? While you went on to have what I'll assume is a good life working a decent job and having a family, they went on to create things like this that make the world a better place.
I'm not the smartest guy in the room, but I've always been fascinated by science and how things react. So when I saw this video of a professor at Plymouth University in England showing how volatile liquid nitrogen can get when it warms to room temperature, I had to watch.
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