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Pablo Zaluska beautifully captures what happens when you make frozen soap bubbles in -15°C weather
YouTube’s ‘Backyard Scientist’ creates underwater explosions in his pool using dry ice and liquid nitrogen, capturing the results in high definition, slow motion
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The Slow Mo Guys make a fire tornado using 12 box fans, a metal bucket and some kerosene and film the entire thing in super slow motion.
In 2013, Stanford students launched a weather balloon into space. Two years later, a hiker found the lost payload and returned the footage.
These guys wanted to see exactly how much ink was left and the results might upset you.