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Maybe it’ll get old some day, but for now, we’re still amazed by the super-slow-mo footage of the Phantom Miro camera, as it captures the gymnastic and athletic skills of Australia’s BOUNCE Free Jumping Revolution Team.
By using a Spyder III Krypton green laser beam to light strips of flash paper set into bottles with a small amount of alcohol in them, WorldScott puts on not only a cool, but short pyrotechnics show, but plays a little tune.
Smarter Every Day talks about the Prince Rupert’s Drop. Made of molten glass that’s been dripped into cold water, its thick end is very durable, but the slightest of cracks on its tail end causes it to explode.