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Massive Explosive Chain Reaction at 200,000fps – The Slow Mo Guys

Massive Explosive Chain Reaction at 200,000fps – The Slow Mo Guys

100 thoughts on “Massive Explosive Chain Reaction at 200,000fps – The Slow Mo Guys

  1. Last explosion can give you an idea of what guys in The Middle East would experience if an explosive came down on them like that, look at the spread and the radius……. you couldn’t even run!!!

  2. Полезное видео! Нужно знать, что такое взрыв, и как он разрушительно воздействует на живое…

  3. Your shape charge is more of an Explosively Formed Projectile (EFP), the barrel cooled the slug so fast that it lost all its momentum. I've done hundreds of these shots.

  4. the last one was like the recreation of the BIG BANG just without the CGI fake effects !!!! I am glad this took place in controlled environment and nobody was hurt except that camera !

  5. "oooooohhhhh!!!" oh my god it explode that unbelievable "Slow mo guys calm down please… u seams like dumb guys

  6. The copper jet is moving at between 25,000 and 30,000 miles per hour.

    Love explosives.
    I worked with Bomb Squads some years ago,and we tested explosives under vehicles, and against fortifications.

    Great fun unless your on the receiving end.

  7. Why don't you just keep quiet and let us enjoy explosions with real sound? You spoke for 20 minutes straight, at least you could just keep silent for those short moments.

  8. 1:42 "Very loud noise coming" I saw that reaching for my glass of Orange juice beside me.
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    Now that Orange juice is sitting on the wall in front of me.😶
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    Thanks gav and Dan.

  9. I’m 5 minutes in and ready to subscribe! Don’t know where you are from or how you get access to this stuff but you guy’s videography is fantastic!

  10. That shape charge would've gone through both sides of that safe on the side walls. Standard system in The U.S. fellas also correct English would be nice lol jk

  11. 18:16 – It blasted the t-shirt right off the mannequin, making it look like it blew someone's skin clean off their bones.

  12. The copper come is what they us in an I.E.D. in iraq against land rover with people inside!! They are joined it with a PIR sensor making it a PIR EFP. It killed and maimed a lot of our guys.

  13. So the shaped charge was going almost 23,000 mph? Did Siri do her calculations correctly? If there was no atmosphere, that would have been enough speed for the shaped charge to leave the Earth's atmosphere. As per Sir Newton, the escape velocity for any particle to leave the Earth's gravity is at least 17,500 mph. Of course, the atmospheric drag would have certainly slowed down the "shaped charge" to the point where its speed would have slowed down below the "escape velocity" of our Earth. But it's very interesting that you guys were able to get a charge to travel at such a speed unless I misunderstood you. Be well. Keep up the great videos.

  14. I believe I've seen a video where a special scientific slo-mo camera was able to film at such a high speed it was able to "capture a photon" traveling through a plastic bottle. OK, let's assume we have cameras that are so much technologically advanced. Here is my question:
    In order to place a camera at a distance a few feet away at a ninety (90) degree angle from the photon leaving its laser source and traveling through the plastic bottle, or whatever medium they used, how is it that we, observers from a distance looking at a photon traveling from the left side of the camera to the right side of the video in ULTRA SLO-MO are we able to see the photon from our frame of reference? Our frame of reference is at a square angle ninety-degree away looking at it.
    In other words, there is a YT video that purports to show photons traveling at the speed of light from the left side of the camera frame to the right side in ULTRA SLO-MO. If this is true, how is it that we can observe the photons which travel at a nighty (90) degree angle from the left to the right side of the video while at the same time we "observers" are able to see it travel from a point looking at it from across the room at a right angle?
    As hinted in the first Matrix movie when Neo first visits the "Oracle" she said something like: "What's really going to bake your noodle is what would have happened if I didn't say anything" after Neo bumped into the vase and broke it. That was a typical "time paradox moment". What's funny is that she was baking cookies, not noodles at the time and I don't believe even the screenwriters caught their own joke when they wrote the script.
    Anyway, my question is after watching photons travel from points other than dead on and straight ahead how can we observe them travel? Would not that violate the "Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle"? BTW, Heisenberg never liked the term "uncertainty principle". He wanted it to have been known as the "Indeterminacy Principal". Source: God's Equation et al. by Amir D. Aczel PhD. See also; Entanglement: the Greatest Mystery…. by Amir D. Aczel.Ph.D. Anyway, just wondering if anybody has an opinion about that. Thanks in advance.

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