Mystery of Prince Rupert's Drop at 130,000 fps

Amazing properties of glass :O

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+10 1. LightAng3l commented 11 years ago

Cat with helmet ftw !
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+3 2. ringmaster commented 11 years ago

That's why cooling of glass must happen slowly. People have been injured badly because factories have ignored this.
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+10 3. krillemaster commented 11 years ago

That has to be one of the coolest things i've ever seen on the internet!
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+5 4. MindTrick commented 11 years ago

Cool as hell, love it.
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+6 5. Sustagen commented 11 years ago

The best part is theres no cursing here. So i can show this video to my son or nephew or my students.
Thanks a lots buddy ;)
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+1 6. Kulgash commented 11 years ago

You're welcome Sustagen... Go check out his youtube channel for more interesting videos about all kind of stuff 8-)
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+3 7. eupatriot commented 11 years ago

That is one of the coolest experiments ever!!

@5 Indeed! That's what makes snotr great! and different from others ;)
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-3 8. tiggfigg commented 11 years ago

Next time throw it into Liquid nitrogen and then we'll talk.
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+1 9. Eddie87 commented 11 years ago

Thats awesome :(|)
It would be nice to see 1.03 (1.6576km/s) mile glass break in 1 sec, that is 3707.9456 mph (3707.9456km/h) :P
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+1 10. BamaG8R commented 11 years ago

One for the home team ,awesome video guys :D