One of our readers just sent in an interesting clip that shows you how to make plasma using a microwave, cork, and a match. What are your thoughts? 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

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One of our readers just sent in an interesting clip that shows you how to make plasma using a microwave, cork, and a match. What are your thoughts? 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

[via Wikipedia]