How to pull out car from a frozen lake

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-6 1. deadhorse commented 6 years ago

In Soviet Russia, car pulls YOU out of lake.
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+31 2. fixento2 commented 6 years ago

Intelligent and resourceful
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+8 3. sux2bu commented 6 years ago

I am going to take a SWAG on this one and guess,since all the ice around the Honda was solid, that they left the vehicle parked with the engine running for so long that the heat from the engine and exhaust system melted the ice and let the car drop in.
Does anyone know for certain?
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+3 4. samxgx commented 6 years ago

i guess next they are going to this lake:
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+3 5. Micco commented 6 years ago

#3 you may be right, cause nobody was in the car, and i don't think you can get out, after the car sunk :). got no place to open the doors.
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+2 6. Rickspinion commented 6 years ago

#4 Cool find.
I don't speak Russian but I imagine he was going to report...
"And now the ice is so thick you can park your car on."
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-3 7. stevet commented 6 years ago

wow 2:40
it is amazing
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0 8. dave9191 commented 6 years ago

And to think that we don't even consider such simple techniques when the pyramids were built.
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+2 9. spynode commented 6 years ago

#6 It's not even close to Russian language. Was it the ice and the snow that made you think it was Russian?
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+2 10. RetroGrade77 commented 6 years ago

#9 OK smarty pants, I'll bite. What language is it? I tried searching some of the text on Yandex but some of the letters aren't on any of the on-screen keyboards most notably the backwards S.
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+4 11. spynode commented 6 years ago

#10 It's Danish.
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-2 12. Dmitry commented 6 years ago

#8 Modern architects and engineers couldn't even build the replicas of the Great Pyramids with all the resources available today, so I guess whoever built them was smarter then us or they were about 20 meters tall.
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+10 13. spynode commented 6 years ago

#12 Let's not forget that modern architects don't have armies of slaves.
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+9 14. hoppsan commented 6 years ago

#12 That's just not true. Claiming that the great pyramids would be impossible to build with modern technology is sensationalist at best, and quite offensive towards engineers, architects, and construction workers around the world at worst. That they aren't sure (but have feasible theories) about how they did it back then is a completely different thing.
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+5 15. TheBrilliance commented 6 years ago

“Give me a lever and I can move the world” - Archimedes
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+3 16. saturas commented 6 years ago

The education system must be really terrible in most of the countries around the world. When I see how many ppl is amazed by this, which is in fact a simple reel. And thats a subject matter of physics at basic school.
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+5 17. Zebulun commented 6 years ago

#16 I think the point is that the world tends to over-engineer products instead of using simple and efficient design.

I mean seriously, have you ever bought a German designed product? Classic example right there.
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0 18. msavio008 commented 6 years ago

does 3 humanpower = 1 horsepower?
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0 19. joeman commented 6 years ago

Ingenuity in action.