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  1. They’ve got chemical reaction gifs on physics and physical reactions on chemical reaction gifs, we should really trade.

  2. Clearly the steel wool was on fire. I would ave to assume anything lit on fire would do much the same.

  3. There’s a clear problem going on with /r/chemicalreactiongifs when I find the same gif on /r/oddlyterrifying and they actually include the science behind what’s going on [“What happens when you drop steel wool in a cup of liquid oxygen”](

    Why is a standard eye-candy sub like that giving actual science info and this sub is all for standard, bullshit, “give me upvote” titles like “Noice”.

    What the hell is happening to this sub. :'(

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