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Awesome Amazing physics (breaking spaghetti)

dDave

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This is something that has been researched before but I don't think it's ever been done like this.

This guy studied how spaghetti breaks in his own home with the use of a Phantom camera that he shows at up to 250,000 frames per second. (that's over 1,000 times more than standard video can capture). Keep in mind that your monitor is likely only displaying at 60hz which can't show more than 60fps. So really you're getting 60fps of a heavily slowed 250,000 fps video

Super-Fast Camera Helps

There's some really cool stuff that happens here. At first it seems inexplicable but the extreme slo-mo video really helps with that.

Physics, though I'm bad at it, has always amazed me.
 
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