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Tag: Destruction

Mannequin Head Sliced in Half Is the Stuff of Nightmares

Mannequin Head Sliced in Half Is the Stuff of Nightmares
A decapitated mannequin head is disturbing enough on its own, but things get even more creepy when the guys from the Waterjet Channel get their hands on a mannequin head, and subject it to their powerful 60,000 PSI waterjet cutter.

Melting Metal LEGO Minifigs Like Mini Terminators

Melting Metal LEGO Minifigs Like Mini Terminators
What you’re about to watch is either a James Cameron movie with a VERY low budget, or a bunch of LEGO minifigs made out of gallium and melted for fun. It’s actually the latter, and it is very fun to watch.
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Snowmen Blown up with Gas Bombs: Frosty the Bomberman

Snowmen Blown up with Gas Bombs: Frosty the Bomberman
It’s been freezing lately across the country, and many of us are getting more than our fair share of snow too. I’ve had enough of the cold and snow. We need a way to take out our frustrations, and there’s no better way than to beat up a snowman.

What Happens When You Microwave an Airbag?

What Happens When You Microwave an Airbag?
Inspired by a classic YouTube video, The Slow Mo Guys decided to deploy a couple of airbags in microwave ovens so that they could capture the destruction at 2,000 frames per second. It is an awesome idea, because who doesn’t love to watch things getting demolished in slow motion?

What’s Inside a Stop Light?

What’s Inside a Stop Light?
If you have ever wondered what is inside of a traffic light and just how the system works, you are going to enjoy father and son team Dan and Lincoln Markham’s latest episode of What’s Inside.

Firework Powered Model Plane Has Very Short Flight

Firework Powered Model Plane Has Very Short Flight
For the 4th of July, somebody’s uncle had the genius idea to fly a firework powered model plane in the middle of a crowded residential area. As you can imagine, the flight did not last long and ended with a cool explosion.

Crash Testing LEGO Cars with an Air Cannon

Crash Testing LEGO Cars with an Air Cannon
Not long ago we watched a video of a LEGO Porsche being strapped to a real crash test sled and smashed into an obstacle. The LEGO Porsche was thoroughly destroyed in the test. Now we have another LEGO car being crushed into blocky bits after being fired out of some sort of air cannon.

Watch a Giant Knife Stab an Old Toyota

Watch a Giant Knife Stab an Old Toyota
Like Crocodile Dundee once said, “That’s not a knife. This is a knife.” When they’re not building giant fighting robots, the guys behind Megabots like to smash and slice stuff with giant knives. They decided to use a 500-pound knife they custom built to stab a scrapyard Toyota.

Nintendo Switch Survives 1000-foot Drop, Keeps Playing

Nintendo Switch Survives 1000-foot Drop, Keeps Playing
While most of us can’t even get our hands on a Nintendo Switch, some guys are out dropping theirs repeatedly on the ground already. The guys from UnlockRiver took the Switch with its two Joy-Con controller attached, tied it to a string and used a drone to lift it 1000-feet into the air.

LEGO Porsche 911 GT3 Subjected to Real Crash Test

LEGO Porsche 911 GT3 Subjected to Real Crash Test
Growing up, I got into more than a few brawls at day care over wheels to make my LEGO cars. I would then proceed to crash them repeatedly until parts were everywhere, then leave the mess and blame that weird kid who ate glue all the time.

Fidget Stick Gets Chopped in Half with an Axe to See What’s Inside

Fidget Stick Gets Chopped in Half with an Axe to See What’s Inside
Sorry fidgeters, I don’t get the whole fidget thing and I think it’s stupid. So I was happy to see someone take an axe to one of these fidget toys to see what’s inside. If I could, I would destroy them all so that no one could ever fidget again.

When Fidget Spinners Spin Too Fast

When Fidget Spinners Spin Too Fast
I will never understand fidget spinners and those who use them. Your lack of self control over your fidgety nature is making spinner manufacturers rich. At least for now. Anyway, check out this video of a guy using an air compressor to spin a fidget spinner to death.

Guy Builds Human-size Mousetrap, Mice Rejoice

Guy Builds Human-size Mousetrap, Mice Rejoice
If you ever had a mousetrap come down on your finger or a toe, you know the excruciating pain that it causes. Now imagine a giant mousetrap that is big enough to slam down on your body and kill you dead.

Watch Some Drones Get Hit by Over a Million Volts

Watch Some Drones Get Hit by Over a Million Volts
Love or hate drones, I think we can all agree that watching them get zapped with over a million volts sounds like it would be pretty entertaining. It is. YouTube science geek Tom Scott took a pair of DJI Phantom 3 drones to the University of Manchester’s High Voltage Laboratory, where they can manufacture lightning strikes over a million volts, just to see what would happen to a drone when it gets hit by lightning.

Watch Stuff Get Crushed With a 360° Hydraulic Crimping Machine

Watch Stuff Get Crushed With a 360° Hydraulic Crimping Machine
Get ready for your daily dose of destruction. The guys from the Hydraulic Press Channel loves crushing stuff so much that they traveled to Lillbacka Powerco in Finland to crush stuff with a powerful 360° Finn-Power hydraulic crimping machine.

What Happens When You Pump 20,000 Volts into a Watermelon?

What Happens When You Pump 20,000 Volts into a Watermelon?
The Backyard Scientist is back in his yard doing science, along with his electrically-inclined pals Brandon and Coyt, and this time they’re exploding watermelons with 20,000 volts of electricity. Yes, it is as awesome as it sounds.
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