Introducing a new website from the creator of Blasted Science. GameAsset.org is a free platform for sharing public domain video game art and music.
The sun has finally set on our homemade rocketry projects, but we went out with a bang. A big PVC pipe doubles as a bazooka that fires our rocket engines.
In this video, we explain the basic principles of rocket body design and demonstrate how to make a simple one out of cardboard.
Blasted Science has been busy perfecting a cheap and simple rocket design. In this video, we explain how to make the rocket engines from scratch.
Before we started production on our recent napalm tutorial, we had to get rid of all our old napalm. Which had gotten stale over the years.
Blasted Science has finally released their top-secret napalm recipe. Now anyone can make it! Spoiler warning: it’s super easy.
While perfecting our Jacob’s Ladder design, we discovered a strange, wonderful substance that coined Blasted Science’s most famous phrase.
This is hands-down the easiest way to make a Jacob’s Ladder, period. All you need is an old TV and a death wish.
A young boy, not unlike the members of Blasted Science, built a Jacob’s Ladder in his garage. Unfortunately, he is now dead.
For the first time in our history, we are proud to announce that Blasted Science has adopted a new human.
Confirming what we already know, Blasted Science has shown once again that their video editing powers are unlike anything the world has ever seen.
As a hipster site, we tried really hard to avoid using Disqus for comments, but we have officially bitten the bullet.
The Omega2 is one of those increasingly popular single-board computers. It made its debut on Kickstarter last year. Is it any good?
Based on the number of near-misses we’ve already had, we highly recommend that you don’t try this at home.
As an official member of “The Media,” we are legally obligated to share every single one of our political opinions with you.
Astute followers of Blasted Science may have noticed a long period of time between posts…again. This time we have an excuse, though.