Steve Spangler on Fox and Friends in New York

February 20, 2017

Exploding Bubbles and Flying Eggs – Steve Spangler Makes Science Fun on FOX & Friends

When the request comes in to appear on a morning news show, we know it’s going to be a fun ride. Producers always want the latest and greatest… the biggest and the best…anything that will engage their audience and keep them watching. That’s exactly how we start every planning session as we prepare for an upcoming television appearance.

Producers at FOX & Friends in New York contacted us last week and ask me to be on the show to share a few of my favorite science experiments and to talk about Spangler Science Club, our kit of the month program. All in all, I did five segments during my appearances on FOX & Friends Weekends and the main FOX & Friends show, February 19-20, 2017. My thanks to all of the news anchors and meteorologists who participated in the science segments – Clayton Morris, Abby Huntsman, Rick Reichmuth, Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, Brian Kilmeade, Pete Hegseth and Adam Koltz.

So, why did NYPD show up during one of the live segments? Simple… someone forget to tell the local authorities that we would be lighting bubbles of hydrogen and oxygen on fire to demonstrate the power behind futuristic fuel. Every once in a while we get a perfect mixture of two parts hydrogen gas to one part oxygen and the exploding bubbles give off a tremendous amount of energy… and they sound like a canon blast. Within seconds, a few of New York’s finest were on scene to find out what happened. Good news… no jail time for Steve. Better news… I was asked to do it again on Monday’s show.