Dry Ice Volcano Cake Video

September 28, 2008 at 7:27 pm Leave a comment

I made a video of what the erupting dry ice volcano cake looks like. No, you are not allowed to comment on my l33t cake-decorating skillz. Very few cakes in my house last long enough to get frosted, so I don’t get a lot of practice.

My son says the video needs music. He was partial to In the Hall of the Mountain King, but I have no idea how to find permissible mp3s for videos… well, except for recording them myself and I’m not that energetic today. I do have mp3s of my own music, but I don’t write anything that sounds “science-y”. I’ll work on that. For now, my videos remain silent films.

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