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Steve Burns News Anchor's Money and Sprays Her with Fire Extinguisher

It was Steve's first time working with 9News anchor Corey Rose. Someone should have warned Corey to go light on the hairspray and wear fire retardant clothes. She also should have never handed Steve a $20 bill. During this segment, Steve performed…

Fire Bubbles & Naked Eggs Book Set - 12 Days of Wonder

By Blog Editor Susan Wells We have reached Day #12, our final day in our 12 Days of Wonder. Today's spotlight is Steve Spangler Book Set - Fire Bubbles & Exploding Toothpaste and Naked Eggs & Flying Potatoes . Steve Spangler…
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Steve Takes Science on the Road to Local Sacramento Television Station

The popularity of news stations having their own "science guy" has increasingly grown over the years. Steve gets a number of requests to take his Science Mondays segments from 9News KUSA on the road. When his station manager made the request…

Protecting Homes During Wildfire Season

We have had a very dry winter across the Front Range in Colorado. The threat of wildfires is high and we have already experienced a few this year. One way firefighters work to protect homes threatened by fires is to coat them with a special…

Order Your Copy of Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes

Last night we gave away several copies of my new book,  Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes on Facebook and Twitter. We had a lot of fun chatting with some amazing teachers, parents and science enthusiasts and asking Steve Spangler Science trivia…

Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes - Spangler's Latest Book of Cool Science Experiments

With a title like Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes, you know that this probably isn't going to be your ordinary book of experiments. At the early stages of writing this book, we had to put our heads together and try to think of a way to make…
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Burning Money - Does Anyone Have a $20 Bill?

It's probably not a wise idea to soak a $20 bill in a flammable liquid and set it on fire, but that's what you'll have to do with this science demonstration. Sure, you could use just a $1 bill, but then you don't sweat as much. There is a point…