SEE THE SETUP FIRST: http://bit.ly/bulletblock
Click here for the explanation: http://bit.ly/1dHPk2K
Spinning Tube: http://bit.ly/Va43Z6
Spinning Disk: http://bit.ly/14MSKsT
Chain Drop: http://bit.ly/1713VQO
Special Thanks to:
Henry (MinutePhysics): http://www.youtube.com/minutephysics
Destin (Smarter Every Day): http://www.youtube.com/smartereveryday
Greg and Mitch (ASAP Science): http://youtube.com/asapscience
Elise Andrew (I F***ing Love Science): http://youtube.com/iflscience
Thanks to everyone at RIT and Dickinson College who helped with the making of this video:
Rochester Institute of Technology
Robert Teese, Katelyn Wilkerson, Andrew Gillie, Andrew Stidwill
This experiment was the brainchild of David Jackson based on a demo at Princeton.
Priscilla Laws, Catrina Hamilton-Drager, Maxine Willis
High-speed camera support:
Charles Zwemer and Bria Antoine
Music Licensed from CueSongs.com: The Temper Trap "Love Lost"
Lights Motion "Epilogue"
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