August 15, 2013 4:33 pm
Updated: August 15, 2013 4:38 pm

Vine users dazzle with six-second science experiments

Forget what your high school chemistry teacher taught you, a science experiment can certainly be pulled off in less than 10 seconds – with the magic of Vine that is.

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TORONTO – Forget what your high school chemistry teacher taught you, a science experiment can certainly be pulled off in less than 10 seconds – with the magic of Vine, that is.

Vine users have been lighting up social media with visually appealing and creative science experiments using the hashtag #6secondscience for a week now, as part of an ongoing social media campaign from General Electric.

GE has become known for their expertly-executed science experiment on Vine and began inviting users to test out their science skills by sharing their own experiments on August 8.

Thursday marks the end of the campaign which saw over 100 projects shared on the first day alone.

From miniature rocket ships made out of tea bags, to exploding rubber eggs, and light bulbs powered by potatoes, a look through the entries is enough to turn anyone into a science geek.

Here is a look at some of the coolest #6secondscience submissions.

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