What's with the giant turtle?
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Symbolizes something "slow" :-)
oh, I get it... lol dumb me.
No, that's ok, it actually took me a bit of thinking to remember why I put it there LOL
how does he break that brick!? his hand...was like... rubber!
Here's another demonstration of the same principle click on Time Warp.
actually I liked the first one, the water filled balloon....
Nice drawing, Goodhart.
t'aint mine but thanks :-)
I love slow motion cameras!
really I guess you would call them High speed cameras since they pick up detail of high speed motion that you can later play back slowly. (sorry if I am sounding picky :-)
This is exactly why I am saving up for one.
You got one on me then. I could just barely afford the low end digital I have, and the CAM, well the store was offering it with a rebate and a discount, so it was exactly the right price (after rebate it cost me nothing :-)
Just goes to show how amazing things are.
Yes, and what we really miss sometimes. I saw a match light in slow motion once....it is absolutely violent and amazing.
I love the face slap one. It's worth youtubing "Cool stuff in reverse" as well.
"Before the liquid mass loses its inertia ...": Neat trick, that :-)
Someone call Ernst Mach!
Hey Brainiac's, didn't they get busted for faking their experiments?
They faked one for sure, dropping Francium in a bathtub of water, using explosives.