Because I was just going to doodle a bunch of nudie stick figures all over those pages anyways, this is a video from the Hydraulic Press Channel of several different stacks of paper exploding under a 150 ton hydraulic press’s incredible pressure. Me? I crumble under even the slightest pressure.
This is a video of an upstairs bathroom that’s been sealed being quickly filled with water via a fire hose until it decides it just can’t take it anymore and collapses into the living room below. I’m not sure what, if anything, we were supposed to learn from this experiment
In I’m pretty sure I remember a Mythbusters episode about this news, this is a video of The Action Lab half-heartedly experimenting to see if a swimmer (read: wind-up turtle toy) can swim just as fast in syrup as in water. The idea is that although syrup is more viscous,
This is a video from The Action Lab experimenting to determine whether a venus fly trap can eat a jelly bean. SPOILER: Yes, and attract a bunch of ants in the days-long process. Jelly beans, huh? I suppose that’s cool if you’re the sort of lowly peasant that hands out
This is a video from the guys of DemolitionRanch firing a few handgun rounds directly down the barrel of a Glock 45 ACP to see what will happen after each one, and whether or not the gun will still be able to fire after each shot. The results may surprise
This is a video from the Brick Experiment Channel of the creation of increasingly larger LEGO powered water vortices, ending with one that’s so powerful there’s hardly any water in the bottom of the bucket as the vortex spins. Now that is powerful. Now I hate to point any fingers,
This is a video of TheBackyardScientist experimenting with a 200-watt powerful burning laser to burn a bunch of stuff INCLUDING A ROCK, then mounting the thing to a vehicle and waving it around in the sky (after verifying there would be no planes nearby). Just look at that thing. Interestingly,
This is a video from the folks at Youtube channel DemolitionRanch of a rifle with a barrel bent all the way back to the scope being fired to see what will happen. Surprisingly, apparently there was some truth to those old Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd cartoons, and the bullet