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+4 1. Strike4rc commented 9 years ago on video Young

Cool idea, just can't watch it all the way through as it makes me dizzy with all the image changes.
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+8 2. Strike4rc commented 9 years ago on video Fake Lettuce

#3 According to this site it is molten plastic and is used to create a long lasting replica of a lettuce leaf. Why the need is my question.

http://www.weirdasianews.com/2013/07/11/lesson-making-fake-lettuce/
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+4 3. Strike4rc commented 9 years ago on video Best bartender in the world

Shaken, not stirred..
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+21 4. Strike4rc commented 10 years ago on video Turf Blister

#(removed comment) Not fake - Here is a good example of one that is leaking. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EA7iZPymiQM&feature=related
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+2 5. Strike4rc commented 10 years ago on video Awesome Bike Lights

#9 front and rear lights show really well. More information and front/rear views can be found here http://revolights.com/ although I would only use to supplement a good front & rear light combo.
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+24 6. Strike4rc commented 10 years ago on video Strange Delicacy

Is mine the only stomach turning... Gross
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+4 7. Strike4rc commented 10 years ago on video 7 Year Old Pizza Tosser

Kid has great skills, hygiene another matter, 1:10 nose wipe then hand back onto pizza a little bit later - just glad I am not eating it
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+3 8. Strike4rc commented 10 years ago on video How NOT to get out of a mud hole

0:55 - 1:02 loop forever - Can't stop laughing.
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+14 9. Strike4rc commented 10 years ago on video Tim Cameron and his beast

#14 Fully agree - Environmental Vandalism
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+12 10. Strike4rc commented 11 years ago on video Big Wave

Here is a much better version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nd2jtwviyC8
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+6 11. Strike4rc commented 11 years ago on video Easy Coil Gun

More of his crazy stuff here: http://www.youtube.com/user/Photonicinduction
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+15 12. Strike4rc commented 11 years ago on video Ariane Launch, 18:30, 26/11/2010

#7 Space trash is not only a problem for the space station and existing satellites currently in orbit, but not everything stays there. Items currently in space do come down, the most famous being Skylab. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skylab I know a few people in Australia where worried at the time and the odds where much better than being hit by a flying whale.

"Reentry - The largest fragment of Skylab recovered after its re-entry through Earth's atmosphere. It is on display at the United States Space & Rocket Center.

Skylab's demise was an international media event, with merchandising, wagering on time and place of re-entry, and nightly news reports.[12] The San Francisco Examiner offered a $10,000 prize for the first piece of Skylab delivered to its offices; the competing Chronicle offered $200,000 if a subscriber suffered personal or property damage.[12] NASA calculated that the odds of station re-entry debris hitting a human were 152 to 1[1]:369—although the odds of debris hitting a city of 100,000 or more were 7 to 1—and teams were ready to head to any country hit by debris and requesting help.[12]

Ground controllers adjusted Skylab's orientation for ideal re-entry dynamics in the hours before reentry[12] at approximately 16:37 UTC 11 July 1979. They aimed the station at a spot 810 miles (1,300 km) south southeast of Cape Town, South Africa. The station did not burn up as fast as NASA expected, however. Due to a 4% calculation error, debris landed southeast of Perth, Western Australia,[1]:371 and was found between Esperance and Rawlinna, from 31° to 34°S and 122° to 126°E. The Shire of Esperance fined the United States $400 for littering, a fine which remained unpaid for 30 years.[13] The fine was paid in April 2009, when radio show host Scott Barley of Highway Radio raised the funds from his morning show listeners and paid the fine on behalf of NASA."