Make Green Fire with a Drop of Water

  • Published on: 09 November 2017
  • In this video we're experimenting with Negative X. a composition that will burst into flames on contact with water.

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  • Chumban Shukla
    Chumban Shukla   2 years ago

    Labeling the water bottle as "H2O"!!!😂😂😂😂

  • ProDo 1
    ProDo 1   6 days ago

    I love the king of Random

  • Larsen Zerafa
    Larsen Zerafa   2 weeks ago

    How do you know what a 9volt battery tastes like?

  • Raymond Diedrich
    Raymond Diedrich   3 weeks ago

    Burn this again bro. But at night time so we can see the flames... And don't lick it man...

  • russell banks
    russell banks   1 months ago


  • Isabel Quenga
    Isabel Quenga   1 months ago

    what if you dunked the negative x in a bowl of water

  • Reid Witt
    Reid Witt   1 months ago

    so basically real floo powder

  • Kris Mazak
    Kris Mazak   1 months ago

    NEgative X Staring fire without heat

  • JoneyRoyal
    JoneyRoyal   1 months ago

    Is the Dutch candy: “drop” ?

  • Cheetah Cody
    Cheetah Cody   2 months ago

    I would of laughed if he kept spraying water when it cought on fire In the bowl 😂

  • kit_nine
    kit_nine   2 months ago

    *negative x doesn't work*Nate: ...Also Nate: Come on...

  • McKayla
    McKayla   3 months ago

    They call it "Negative-X" because of an X,Y,Z diagram we made of the 3 chemicals used in the mixture.

  • dab dab
    dab dab   3 months ago

    Debuff! Cursed Flames6s

  • Gerri vanscoy
    Gerri vanscoy   3 months ago

    I think it's because of fire=positive water=negative

  • Daisuru Tenshi
    Daisuru Tenshi   3 months ago

    I'm guessing the name negative x comes from the chemical ammonium nitrate because of the reaction that it causes with water because it gets cold

  • bobzob90
    bobzob90   3 months ago

    Would it still catch on fire if you put it in a bucket of water?

  • Random Enginering
    Random Enginering   3 months ago

    DONT PUT IN THE FRIGE⚠️☢☣Honey, can you put the bottle on the counter in the frigeFrige go boom

  • chads adventure
    chads adventure   3 months ago

    Nate is the only one that knows what a battery taste like

  • Ben Goldberg
    Ben Goldberg   3 months ago

    Does it burn hot enough to ignite thermite? ;)

  • The cool kids
    The cool kids   3 months ago

    Ok I asked series and it showed this picture of a horizontal line a vertical line and 1 diagonal line weird huh. Oh it also hade numbers

  • Michael Hale
    Michael Hale   3 months ago

    I think that brick that you licked was what they put in that that Kool aid popping powder

  • Mermaid Maaike
    Mermaid Maaike   3 months ago

    Lol he uses the Netherlands and thats where I'm from

  • Eric Petersen
    Eric Petersen   3 months ago

    Wow. "die-hydrogen mon-oxide" is dangerous. Just look at the fires it can make!

  • Potato God
    Potato God   3 months ago

    There are also compounds that make a different colored flames with water

  • Aaron Rodriguez
    Aaron Rodriguez   3 months ago

    There's a warning saying not to ingest it. I'm gonna lick it