Mercury: Good for thermometers, bad for toilets. How do we know this? Well, someone actually went out and purchased a toilet expressly used to test how well the toxic liquid metal holds up against flushing water.
Sounds dangerous, but we'll admit we're oddly hypnotized.
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A YouTube channel dedicated to unusual science experiments takes a bathroom break with a special toilet system and a whole lot of liquid mercury.