Nibbling on crushed ice can produce a satisfying and cooling sensation. But we can’t advise doing the same with dry ice. What If explores what kind of terrible things would probably happen to you if you downed a big hunk of the solidified carbon dioxide that likes to maintain a temperature around −109.3 °F.
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You would think swallowing a wooden toothpick by accident might be uncomfortable. As Brew explains, that sliver of sharpened wood can be far more devastating to your body than you might have thought. At best, it can cause chronic pain, and at worst, you’re looking at a blood infection and organ damage.
Walking into a spider web can be a sticky and annoying situation for both humans and spiders. But what would happen if spiders and their webs were much larger? Could you extract yourself before you get wrapped up like a giant fly? What If ponders this horrifying situation in a video that’s definitely not for arachnophobes.
Right alongside gravity, friction is one of the most important physical forces at play in the universe. Without it, some very strange and dangerous things would happen. The What If channel ponders what sort of madness might happen if we lost friction for even a minute.
We already know that it’s possible to survive a swimming pool filled with sharks, but do you stand the same chance when facing a vat filled with bloodthirsty, carnivorous fish? What If is here with their thoughts on what really might happen. If this video didn’t answer your question, watch this.
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