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Who says they're made out of the same material we use for our roads? "In real life" they could be heavily reinforced fences made out of... some metal that's really strong (my metal knowledge is limited to adamantium XD and I'm not even sure I spelt it right). And maybe that car in real life would be made out of something super light and maybe the video was slowed down and he was actually going super fast, putting little strain on the fences. And maybe in real life these particular fences wouldn't exist in the same way we do, being a whole new level of existence (maybe even a quanta existence), or maybe in real life Aliens or some unknown would have reinforced the fences or maybe frozen them in time, reventing outside stimuli from causing a reaction.
by Marshall Brain | April 5, 2010 If you watch the following video, you will be able to see one of the world’s leading card-throwing experts practicing his craft.
A stop-motion pop 'n stop spoof?
Using a simple fiberglass satellite dish covered in mirrors, Eric Jacqmain, a 19-year-old from Indiana, created a ray that can vaporize aluminum and melt steel. Yes, the R5800 Solar Death Ray (that is literally what it is called), just 5-foot-9-inches tall and is 42 inches across, has achieved what Archimedes supposedly accomplished using bronze and copper shields. The video is fascinating.
[Music Playing] Welcome to a video presentation from easybartricks.com. In this video I will show you how you can freeze a beer in just a few seconds. As you can see I have two beers in front of me, so let us try off one of those. As you can see the beer is fluid.
by Marshall Brain | May 3, 2011 The reaction time of a modern Samurai (Isao Machii):
Respect this man.
This is a truly odd animal video!
A normal person sees these birds perched on electrical wires and worries about getting crapped on.