This followup to the how to make plasma in your microwave tutorial, provides us with an easier way to create the effect by using just a single grape — rum and coke optional. Video after the jump.

Plasma typically takes the form of neutral gas-like clouds or charged ion beams, but may also include dust and grains (called dusty plasmas). They are typically formed by heating and ionizing a gas, stripping electrons away from atoms, thereby enabling the positive and negative charges to move freely

(Thanks, Jett)

This followup to the how to make plasma in your microwave tutorial, provides us with an easier way to create the effect by using just a single grape — rum and coke optional. Video after the jump.

Plasma typically takes the form of neutral gas-like clouds or charged ion beams, but may also include dust and grains (called dusty plasmas). They are typically formed by heating and ionizing a gas, stripping electrons away from atoms, thereby enabling the positive and negative charges to move freely

(Thanks, Jett)