As we learned from watching Breaking Bad these past years, science that causes destruction is really, really, really awesome. But just because the finale was last night doesn’t mean we have to suddenly suffer a dearth of mad science in our everyday lives. Who hasn’t glanced up at their personal periodic table, hanging next to the Einstein with his tongue out poster, and upon seeing number 28, good old nickel, thought “man, I wonder what I could mess up with a superheated ball of that stuff?” Well wonder no more, and witness the supreme might of nickel versus common household items. Except the Wasabi Vodka. Hopefully that’s not common.
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