Container ship flexing in rough weather

Just look at how flexible that steel really is.

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+36 1. nokster commented 8 years ago

That corridor just freaked me out :O
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0 2. Malinar commented 8 years ago

Now safe for swimming. No sharks.
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-16 3. medioculus commented 8 years ago

BORING!!!!!!!!!!ZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz :|
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-11 4. ThiDubstepLover commented 8 years ago

I think it was at the same time when china was attacked by a tsunami,cause this is crazy :O
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+3 5. Siruss commented 8 years ago

And being on board watching that corridor, omg, I would already be drowning in the alcohol long before the ship ripped in half due to the metal fatigue. :P
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+9 6. MurderVictim commented 8 years ago

#(removed comment). That must be made from British steel. If it was American, it would have snapped in two pieces, years ago.
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+8 7. orion commented 8 years ago

#6 the steel is probably Korean.
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-12 8. dbomber69 commented 8 years ago

#6 If it was made of British steel it would need to have American steel to back it up! >:) Cause we all know British steel has no strength at all without American steel!
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+8 9. imagic commented 8 years ago

since it didn't break,,, who cares about the steel,, the design most likely was dutch >:)
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0 10. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

This Korean made ship that was designed by the Dutch and built using British steel broke in half and sunk shortly after this video was done.