|memedumpster - 2014-05-06 |
A straight rod passing through a curved hole.
As an aside, science museums need to have a panel of either 14 year old boys or us to explain these things to them before they roll them out.
OTOH, it's likely the only thing Bevis will remember from his trip, so there is that.
poeTV needs to open a science museum. Everyone would have to sign a waver and those who don't pass the test at the end get sold to Dubai construction companies.
Okay, maybe poeTV needs to open an Internet college...
|Cube - 2014-05-07 |
This might even be worthy of the SCIENCE! tag.
Added, thank you. This video is kinda hard to tag. Rod? Hole?
"Hard to tag" is a gateway to creativity. How about "Roman Polanski"?
|chumbucket - 2014-05-07 |
Stuff to stare at.
|TeenerTot - 2014-05-07 |
It's the devil's cane, that is!
It's the devil's cane-hole, that is!
|Father Avalanche - 2014-05-07 |
inanimate carbon rod!
|gravelstudios - 2014-05-07 |
Yeah, but can you get a sofa into a second floor apartment?
|Merzbau - 2014-05-07 |
|M-DEEM - 2014-05-07 |
Well, that's some damn shit right there.
|SolRo - 2014-05-07 |
"if you know what I mean"
|betabox - 2014-05-07 |
It's my understanding that, if correctly aimed, a straight rod can pass through a round hole.
|oddeye - 2014-05-07 |
It's just angles but it still looks impressive to my ape brain.
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