What a great start to 2013! From Pop Rocks, mystery liquids, folding eggs and even a VIRAL video showing how to remove iron from your breakfast cereal, to newspaper trees, dirty cell phones, and instantly freezing water. Hope you enjoyed this month as much as we did!
Don't miss the season two premier of The Spangler Effect on March 6, 2013!
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