Two year old miraculously saves twin brother

A 2-year-old Utah boy is credited with saving his twin brother’s life after he was stuck under a dresser that fell on him.

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+12 1. MindTrick commented 4 years ago

The parent's were probable filming it from the other room, the dad going "no no, he's fiiiine, let's see where this goes, relax!". I'm just kidding of course, those kids don't have parents.
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+4 2. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

He's too young to know the laws of physics, otherwise he could have stood on the bottom outer leg of the dresser and with his weight tip it off his brother.
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+1 3. ChuckMaurice commented 4 years ago

This is called empirism.
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0 4. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

This was a good start, but he needs another chance to find more empirical evidence :P
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+3 5. Abdullah54 commented 4 years ago

The miracle is that kid didn't die despite what the other brother did, not thanks to his (non)actions and a really stupid parents who didn't fix the dresser to the wall (right, IKEA?).
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+2 6. cameramaster commented 4 years ago

Turns out that 'Dad' owns the company that makes the CCTV cams...draw your own conclusions.
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+1 7. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

I think to say that he saved his life was a little strong, if the cabinet had been made forty years ago when they used wood maybe but chipboard and hardboard isn't that heavy hence the need to fix them to the wall these days and a wooden one wouldn't have fallen over anyway. Sure if the thing had caught him on one of it's edges he might have been injured but as it was naw. I thought it was interesting that when this was shown on the TV in the UK last week that they showed the cabinet falling and then immediately the older child pushing it off. They didn't show the child fiddling with the wire for a while or adding his own weight to the cabinet by climbing on top of it while his brother was being squished underneath. O:)

While on the subject of webcams wireless one's anyway my experience is that they are crap. I have three one at a holiday home that I own. If the wireless modem loses signal (which they do all the time) the camera looses all contact with the wifi and will only start working again when they are reset BY HAND! So if your fecking camera is several hundred miles away because you are using it as a security monitoring device on your smart phone and wifi goes off for a few seconds you are fecked. As I pointed out to the company I brought them off recently. :(:(O:)
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+2 8. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

Three webcams in a holiday home...hmmm....>:) ;) :squirrel:
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+1 9. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#8 One at a holiday home outside pointing at the sea I'm not a peeping JJ lol :D The other two are here at home pointing at my Swedish neighbours bedroom and sauna where I am peeping JJ :D Kidding ;)
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0 10. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#9 That would not surprise me one bit :* :squirrel: