Asbestos Hands

Jiro in Sulawesi, Indonesia

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+32 1. gazh commented 9 years ago

thats some crazy shit
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+4 2. Vypestattoo commented 9 years ago

wow... that must be very hot
:S :S :S :S :S
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+22 3. chefnaj commented 9 years ago

Force to masturbate, his hand feels nothing. O:)
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+27 4. ICdevil commented 9 years ago

thats amazing, too bad that he will feel it when the first skin layer will burn out.

ps: happy thumbs up day everyone!!! >:)
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+6 5. YetiGrowl commented 9 years ago

his fingers are probably full of calluses
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+10 6. crimson commented 9 years ago

it is called idiopathic neuropathy

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peripheral_neuropathy
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-7 7. gouranga4ever commented 9 years ago

Same trick as fire walking, lets see him try that with a hot metal bar.. see if he's still smiling after that.
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+4 8. kainim commented 9 years ago

#7, when walking on coals you move pretty fast, you don't wand to stand still on them, it's different
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+1 9. dariodexter commented 9 years ago

so why doesnt he use his hand to lit the cigarete? xD (YEEE i know hes hand isnt actually hot..)
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+2 10. Thanny commented 9 years ago

Wood gives off heat very slowly. Without any calluses at all, you can pick up a hot coal and chuck it back into the fire within half a second, and just start to feel that it was hot - no damage at all. If you have a bunch of calluses, which seems likely for this guy, then it's not a big stretch to hold one long enough to light a cigarette.
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+1 11. max2000 commented 9 years ago

he's happy that's a filter one, fool - those other are more 'natural 8-)
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+9 12. Kendiana commented 9 years ago

He should quit smoking. But on the other hand.......
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+2 13. gouranga4ever commented 9 years ago

#8 The principle is the same; Wood and skin are poor conductors of heat.. Metal is a really good conductor, hence my comment.

You can turn your oven up to 220 degrees C and put your hand inside without burning it. But pick up a glass or metal dish at the same temperature and you're going to blister..
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-1 14. tim420 commented 9 years ago

#13 but thats still different, putting your hand into the heat of 220C isnt touching something that is 220C...
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0 15. Urihep commented 9 years ago

Somebody should tell him smoking is bad for his health.
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0 16. eNdEmiOn06463 commented 9 years ago

It helps to have really thick skin like he seems to have (from working with his hands). Not sure about idiopathic neuropathy as he doesn't blister (nerve damage doesn't prevent blistering).
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0 17. gouranga4ever commented 9 years ago

#14 thats my point.. different materials have different capacities to conduct heat.. touching wood at 220C is different from touching metal at 220C.