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Science Project Gone Wrong
20 oz bottle rocket neuters kid. Demonstration of Newton's third law.
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, are you ok
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EXT. VIRGIN - DAY
Who said that?!
INT. BRIAN'S HOLE - CONTINUOUS
The military never did fully explore baking soda and vinegar technology.
Another step forward in the name of science.
HEY! Physics still works!
Testicles of Doom
Great buildup, I actually cackled like an idiot even thought I knew what would happen.
-1 for no slo-mo but +1 for "Brian, are you OK?"
Were they making "bombs" using a trampoline as a workbench?
"Science Project Gone Right" you mean
Next time, they can work that propane tank into their experiment.
Nice loaded (air)gun pointed at trampoline kid's crotch.
j lzrd / swift idiot
1:44 to 1:48... Over, and over, and over, and over.
This could be the ultimate short and sweet contextless slo-mo video.
my god the noise he makes. my god.
So much more than I expected.
It looks like it goes directly through his body.
Newton's laws appear too difficult for him. I'm thinking more remedial... like the difference between "away" and "parallel".
Goethe and ernie
By the end of the video I couldn't distinguish between his screams and my laughter. The bottle rocket is truly the great equaliser.
I really need slo-mo to fully appreciate this, but watching the last 15 seconds over and over is still a solid 5 stars.
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