solar cooker science project -Solar Oven S’more – Sick Science! #097

September 28, 2012 – 3:22 am

** Read the complete experiment There are just some things that are synonymous with “snack food”, and you can not think of a snack summer as much as we like s’mores. But what would you do if you were not allowed to have a fire or simply do not have the tools you need for a fire? We came up with a pretty neat way to take advantage of the heat and the sun’s energy to create a solar cooker that makes a delicious batch of s’mores without fire! Want to know more experiments like this? Discover Sick Science ™ is a trademark of Steve Spangler, inc. © 2012 Steve Spangler Science All Rights Reserved Video Rating: 4 / 5

** This is a solar oven that we built for a science project made of scratch-resistant materials around the house. E ‘was 39 degrees outside and the oven quickly went to a tempature of 190 degrees. Video Rating: 0 / 5

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  1. 26 Responses to “solar cooker science project -Solar Oven S’more – Sick Science! #097”

  2. YES another thing i could do

    By minininja2112 on Sep 28, 2012

  3. me to i cooked hot dogs

    By minininja2112 on Sep 28, 2012

  4. Lol. I did this in 6th grade.

    By manonaskateboard on Sep 28, 2012

  5. No the box should be black 4 it to be hotter

    By shazzboizz on Sep 28, 2012

  6. i did this in 3rd grade. so much fun

    By lovemindy089 on Sep 28, 2012

  7. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY GAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD you’ve never lived until you’ve eaten s’mores. well unless your allergic to chocolate or marshmallows or graham crackers.

    By Maria Gonzalez on Sep 28, 2012

  8. mr steve i was wondering if its good for this to do for a science project and that where u get al this ideas

    By jojo montes on Sep 28, 2012

  9. can i just buy this off of you???

    By maxshitz on Sep 28, 2012

  10. Because of the heat trapped in le box.

    By applepie781 on Sep 28, 2012

  11. science fair….. haaha

    By santiagovv99 on Sep 28, 2012

  12. mr steve i am from singapore and i totally love your videos and also love your country

    By Bodhi dharma on Sep 28, 2012

  13. Try a hotdog or a poptart?

    By SteveSpanglerScience on Sep 28, 2012

  14. I never had s’mores

    By animeandninten on Sep 28, 2012

  15. can you put something else in place of s’mores?

    By Hannah Rocca on Sep 28, 2012

  16. omiod 

    By Hannah Rocca on Sep 28, 2012

  17. I have exactly that same red duct tape :) 

    By John Membrane-Irken on Sep 28, 2012

  18. Lol this reminds me of curious george

    By robloxninja24 on Sep 28, 2012

  19. I made one of these when I was younger. Put it out in the sun (in summer) & it didn’t do anything. Some hot rocks (in the sun) are more effective than this.

    By Geeky Boy on Sep 28, 2012

  20. I really wish i could have seen this video 3 years ago for my science project…

    By Cameron Caufman on Sep 28, 2012

  21. I did this at school but we made pizza -.-

    By chickenofrobot567 on Sep 28, 2012

  22. i think that the size of the box does matter because if the box was smaller it would concentrate more energy in one place. Right? for example if you take a magnifing glass when its sunny ouside, the suns rays become magnified to a POINT. if you move the glass AWAY then the point becomes BIGGER and the energey would not be as strong…

    By DivaDollz3323 on Sep 28, 2012

  23. i did this in fourth grade

    By FIFEunited on Sep 28, 2012

  24. The surface of the box affects the temperature correct? and the dark surface

    By MrZezima3 on Sep 28, 2012

  25. funny cause i did this at my school

    By chickan wang on Sep 28, 2012

  26. What’s the hottest tempurature it’s ever gotten. (That you’ve recorded.)

    By Obot112 on Sep 28, 2012


    By p0ptart4trubr0 on Sep 28, 2012

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