The Backyard Scientist melts six common metals, pewter, tin, bismuth, lead, zinc, aluminum, and iron, and poured the molten metal into a large glass aquarium filled with water. Around 4 minutes and 10 seconds fire rains down from the skies! Or at least top of the aquarium, it’s pretty awesome looking.

 

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