The video, titled "The Diet Coke & Mentos Experiment," shows the video's creators unleashing a Bellagio-esque fountain by dropping Mentos candy into 2-liter bottles of Diet Coke. The video drew millions of viewers to video-sharing sites YouTube and Revver.
Implications - After seeing the awesome force of the bottle erupting, many kids worldwide will be wanting to recreate this particular science experiment. For the curious kids wanting to experience the blast of a carbonated beverages, the Geyser Tube will make everything run smoothly. It's simply a tunnel that makes setting up the Mentos and bottle an easy task. Once everything is in place, get ready to be soaked by the fizzy liquid.
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- By: kyosuke0603Feb 19, 2007 Updated: Apr 21 2011