How to make a STORM GLASS to predict the weather!

Well, it snowed today! +1 for Storm Glass forecast accuracy. The Storm Glass was first invented in the mid 1700’s, and soon made it’s way into ships and harbors around Europe to help give warning of approaching bad weather. It gained the most fame through Admiral FitzRoy who used a Storm Glass on the voyage in which he and Darwin traveled to the Gal├ípagos Islands. As such, the instrument is sometimes called a ‘FitzRoy Storm Glass’. Due to the use of vodka rather than pure ethanol and water, the proportions I use to make the Storm Glass in my video breaks somewhat from the traditional ratios, but the recipe is balanced to achieve the same effect as the original. Fortunately, the chemical solution does not require extreme precision to work properly. Composition: Vodka, 100 Proof (50% Eth

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