Did you know that sparklers can burn under water? This is because they contain an oxidizer (usualy Potassium nitrate or Potassium perchlorate) as a oxygen source instead of getting oxygen from the air. As a result, they are able to burn even when they are placed in an environment where oxygen is absent. This experiment is potentially dangerous and even though we joke in the video I would not recommend any one repeat it at home.
Hi it's me Myles. for years now I have wanted to upload videos onto the internet and like every serial killer knows: eventually fantasizing just doesn't do it for you anymore. So here I am making rants about people who talk bolox about science here on the internet and hopefully someday I'll be Dr Power and have a evil base with ninja-pirat hybrids. Muhahahah