Scott Sincoff

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Quick-Sand Goo

Fun, Easy, Kid-Friendly Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff is making Quick-Sand Goo in his science experiment. What you Need: Corn Starch Water Mixing Bowl How to Create Quick-Sand Goo: First, you put in about a quarter of the box of corn starch with a half-cup of water and then start to mix it up together. Slowly continue to add the two substnaces in…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Ice Cube Rope

Fun, Easy, Kid-Friendly Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff conducted the science experiment, Ice Cube Rope. What you need for the experiment: Glass Chilled water Foot-long piece of string Kosher salt Ice Cubes How you conduct the experiment: First you need a glass full to the brim with water. Then, you stick some ice cubes into the water so that it just nearly overflows…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Penny Water Drops

Fun, Easy, Kid-Friendly Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff conducted the science experiment, Penny Water Drops. Here’s what you need for the experiment: Cup of Water Pennies Paper Towel Water/Medicine Dropper or Pipette Here’s how you conduct the experiment: Wash and rinse a penny in tap water. Dry it completely with a paper towel. Place the penny on a flat surface. The flatter the…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Finding the Human Density

Fun and Easy Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff worked with Barry Olson of Benjamin Franklin Middle School to find the human density. What You Need: Ruler Scale Bathtub or human-size container full of water (big enough to completely submerge yourself in it) Pen and Paper a friend How to do the experiment: 1st you must find your weight on a scale in pounds…

New LGBT Bar To Become Sanctuary

First LGBT Bar in the Red River Valley to Open in a Decade

MOORHEAD, Minn. — An up and coming establishment is looking to break down barriers in north Moorhead. It will be the first bar of this kind in the Red River Valley to open in a decade. “We need a Gay Bar – the i–Beam’s been gone for years and it was a really great safe space for those of us…

Exploring the Banks of the Red River

NDSU Students take a bike ride to learn about their home

The Red River in all its glory provides water to a lot of us across the region. But how has the river changed throughout the years? What starts off as a normal summer class has turned into an unorthodox classroom studying the nooks and crannies of what we call the Red. NDSU Geology students rode along the banks to enhance…

KVRR Experiments with Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Color-Bombs

Fun, Easy, Kid-Friendly Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff worked with Concordia Science Academy Coordinator, Dr. Graeme Wyllie, to create a Color-Bomb! What you need to create a Color-Bomb: Small Clear Cup or similar container Water Cooking Oil Food Coloring How to Make a Color Bomb – Fill the cup with water about 3/4 full. Gently tilt the cup  and pour a very thin…