Can a Solid Glass Ball Stop a 50cal???

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My Dog Is Bipolar 19 päivää sitten
You gotta get Destin on this. Do a collab with Smarter Every Day. He'll figure it out.
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The tiny Donut
The tiny Donut 7 minuuttia sitten
This is the glass that the windows are made of in call of duty
Partyrock 414
Partyrock 414 10 minuuttia sitten
It’s basically Newton’s cradle where the opposite side is sent flying without moving the midsection
Jay Gee
Jay Gee 15 minuuttia sitten
Rumor has it that you have one of the biggest balls on you tube
Adam Baird
Adam Baird 17 minuuttia sitten
The reason why when it hits on the one side and brakes a little bit out the back is because of kinetic energy. At least that's my theory. Ill be if you were to measure the locations of the impacts vs the damage on the opposite side, you'd see that it is on the exact opposite side to the impact.
Jason Xu
Jason Xu 27 minuuttia sitten
newtons cradle basically explains this, its conservation of momentum and energy
Jus jus
Jus jus 27 minuuttia sitten
Man that globe is soo well built
W linker
W linker 39 minuuttia sitten
Glass never completely hardenes so it acts like a fluid. Think almost dried Epoxy.
kENERGY - 40 minuuttia sitten
5:34 6:30 no prob
Keanu Hvh
Keanu Hvh 51 minuutti sitten
The answer: conservation of momentum. Just like a newtons cradle, but where the ball hitting the other balls in this case is the bullet. and instead of considering the glass ball as 1 object, consider it to be a whole bunch of tiny glass balls (like the aligned cradle balls) glued together... where the high velocity energy can break the bond and conserve the energy in motion instead of heat.
Luke McEntee
Luke McEntee 58 minuuttia sitten
Its an inelastic ballistic collision. Normally bullets go through and deposit the energy in the process. The bullet does not go through but the energy creates a wave. Consider Newton’s cradle and the transfer of kinetic energy through the central balls.
Demon Code
Demon Code Tunti sitten
I don't know if you knew this at the time but you are sneezing because you are breathing in glass powder
RUS Tunti sitten
8:10 sound wave in the glass .
Klein Fredrickson
Klein Fredrickson Tunti sitten
i think the crackin the back is from a the force of the gun going through the ball some how and hitting the back and breaking it a little cause it stops at the back
XMe ManX
XMe ManX Tunti sitten
Ehhh. Not the most cool thing shot with weapons. It was alright but, meh. Glad you got excited.
roblox master
roblox master Tunti sitten
basically energy transfer
Adam Kittson
Adam Kittson Tunti sitten
14:10 video starts
roblox master
roblox master Tunti sitten
well when a bullet hits the glass ball the pressure from the side that was shot moves through the ball in a straight line then nocks off that chunk of glass at the back
Nolan M
Nolan M Tunti sitten
kinda hurt to watch him scrape that microtech on the glass
Ronny Djupesland
Ronny Djupesland Tunti sitten
considering u have all these cool weps. Phone up the slow mo guys and make an hour long vid of u guys just filming alot of cool stuff to shot in super slow mo plxplxplxplxplxplxplxplxplxplxplxplxplxplxplxplx
Kash 60k
Kash 60k Tunti sitten
7:30 wtf
Jeffrey Martin
Jeffrey Martin 2 tuntia sitten
Shockwave caused spalling as it focused on the opposite side.
Aldo Giron
Aldo Giron 2 tuntia sitten
Cm Wavy
Cm Wavy 2 tuntia sitten
I’m here to explain , you shoot the sphere with a tiny bullet the bullet hits the glass and the force ripples around the entire sphere until it all collides again at the other side of the sphere
J Austin
J Austin 2 tuntia sitten
The artifact on the back side is the result of shock waves traveling on or near the surface and collide on the far side
Daryl Vanderford
Daryl Vanderford 2 tuntia sitten
Maybe his respiratory issues are from the the glass micro dust floating around in his sinuses and now lungs?like way florescent lights blow out into dust
Martín E.
Martín E. 2 tuntia sitten
7:55 physics
DarkLordopolous 2 tuntia sitten
Good vid
Legion Main
Legion Main 2 tuntia sitten
Dominik Osuna
Dominik Osuna 2 tuntia sitten
Kaliber Collins
Kaliber Collins 2 tuntia sitten
what is that mini 14? and where can I buy it? @DemolitionRanch
Meme Source
Meme Source 2 tuntia sitten
The first 9mm's range is low and i can see it's hard to shoot , but this experiment was worth it i liked your video
Samuel Thompson-Carr
Samuel Thompson-Carr 3 tuntia sitten
hol up i have that cat shirt
Mudkip909 3 tuntia sitten
" 9mm of the Hellcat...Straight at my *tiny ball* "
N J 3 tuntia sitten
Baby Joe
Baby Joe 3 tuntia sitten
If those bullets could do that to a glass ball imagine a human skull 💀
vangledosh 3 tuntia sitten
My guess would be that since the bullet is hitting in such a concentrated area, it sends a sort of localised compression wave through the glass’ amorphous structure toward the back. If the impact is significant enough (like from a bullet) the energy from this impact can cause/be released by structural failure.
Brandon Morgan
Brandon Morgan 3 tuntia sitten
@DemolitionRanch the reason you kept sneezing is because you were inhaling tiny particles of glass. Basically sand in the air from that explosion. You're lucky you were only sneezing.
qxrbil 3 tuntia sitten
Can it beat Goku though?
Ya Frager
Ya Frager 3 tuntia sitten
This my 3rd day watching i had to subscribe😂😂😂
jerryinthecorner 3 tuntia sitten
Jay Leong
Jay Leong 3 tuntia sitten
Basically it's like Newton's cradle, the momentum is conserved and travel til the very end and break the very tiny shards out that has all the momentum of the bullet
Dylan Capellari
Dylan Capellari 4 tuntia sitten
When your shoot it the point of impact is small as it ripples its spread the force until it goes into the back causing the force to be concentrated again
MitsukoTheGOAT 4 tuntia sitten
I see you like Canadian guns too
el pepe
el pepe 4 tuntia sitten
What's happening is the impact of the bullet it travels through the glass and goes to the other side and shatters the back of the glass
xSlowday 4 tuntia sitten
No matter what I say Republicans like u wouldn't believe the facts on what happend, that's a fact, just like how joe Biden won
Ima just say no before I watch this
MANKorum 4 tuntia sitten
hello from Ukraine))
Bam Skylark
Bam Skylark 4 tuntia sitten
Shrooms plus watching the glass ball highly recommend 🥴😂
SupremePapiii 4 tuntia sitten
The Quiet Kids Thoughts Out Of No Where: 10:08
Big G
Big G 4 tuntia sitten
Hitmarker in cold war
Matthew Simpson
Matthew Simpson 4 tuntia sitten
The momentum of the round is translated into a wave of energy which propagates across the surface, and interior, of the sphere. Eventually, the wave coalesces on the opposing side into a single point, which creates a smaller fracture the extent of which is related to the wavelength, inverse square law, and physical properties of the material itself. Here's a visual of this oscillation:
Jason Hill
Jason Hill 4 tuntia sitten
Need super slow motion footage
zrnki 5 tuntia sitten
Destin from Smarter every day should have a look at this😊
Small Muffin
Small Muffin 5 tuntia sitten
he is cursed with the rona :P
Casey Velte
Casey Velte 5 tuntia sitten
collaboration with slow mo guys?
Ramboos 5 tuntia sitten
you need a slowmo cam for the awesome effects. Would be able to see the bullets path of that last shot you did.
rocco landi
rocco landi 5 tuntia sitten
you dome'
M M 5 tuntia sitten
AGENTRAIDR 5 tuntia sitten
Not to go all nerd but I think whats happening is as the bullet hits, 'ripples' are sent out and as they hit each other on the opposite side the vibratins cause cracks to form. Please correct me if I'm wrong
bradly bellant
bradly bellant 5 tuntia sitten
Idk how someone could be so reckless with guns shooting his friend like that idc how strong of body armor he had on
Toaster 5 tuntia sitten
Though I don’t know what’s happening I think I have an idea
Luke inglis
Luke inglis 5 tuntia sitten
Mate should definitely shoot liquid glass putty I would love to see if it would strap and he would be able to see how far it went I think that is a good video idea
Boog 5 tuntia sitten
It’s nice to see all these views😁
Ezekiel Howard
Ezekiel Howard 5 tuntia sitten
Best into yet
justin phillips
justin phillips 5 tuntia sitten
You can’t beat a classic 44Mag
Jamie Corbin
Jamie Corbin 5 tuntia sitten
Greg Repac
Greg Repac 5 tuntia sitten
Glass breaks very predictably. Thats why it can be cut and worked with. What's happening is impact breaks. High pressure impacts to the glass are dispersed to the sides in a ripple. This is the same way balistic porcelin disperses shock waves in body armor. The glass "shells" it looks similar to sea shells from pressure waves that travel through the glass when the pressure wave hits its self on the other side of the ball it throws the top layer of glass off.
Mohammad AbuHammad
Mohammad AbuHammad 5 tuntia sitten
This needs a @smartereveryday follow up
Alex M
Alex M 5 tuntia sitten
You should shoot a Fushigi Ball
Kieron Hembra
Kieron Hembra 5 tuntia sitten
This video needed the slow mo guys
Alex M
Alex M 6 tuntia sitten
That throw was spot on bud :)
Ortega Kinkade
Ortega Kinkade 6 tuntia sitten
The technical term is called " Ass Blowout""
Andrew Valov
Andrew Valov 6 tuntia sitten
Samson MFG Mini 14 stock I see.
Scott Saylors
Scott Saylors 6 tuntia sitten
Them glass shards hit his truck hard and made me cringe
Paul p
Paul p 6 tuntia sitten
Thats probably the point where all the energy leaves the other end of the ball
tony moburg
tony moburg 6 tuntia sitten
shock waves brah
Bamboo El pingu
Bamboo El pingu 6 tuntia sitten
Yoooo funniest intro you’ve ever made😂😂
Samuel Cartwright
Samuel Cartwright 6 tuntia sitten
Newton's 3rd law of inertia
twistymcslide2 6 tuntia sitten
pressure waves through the glass . they start at point of impact , and like a rock in water make ripples which travel to the opposite side of the glass and as they crest the hemisphere they again start to shrink , speed up , and concentrate till they impact themselves. glass is an amorphous solid , which is a state between solid, and liquid .
The despicable Frog
The despicable Frog 6 tuntia sitten
I think I know how So the forces of the bullet circle around and then when they both meet at the back the have no where to go and create the dint with the combined force of both sides
Eruza Leon
Eruza Leon 6 tuntia sitten
Omg he shot the glass ball with a heavy sniper from fortnite
Steve 6 tuntia sitten
Lets be honest here folks, that majestic intro took atleast 2 hours to film.
Dippyfishy2137 6 tuntia sitten
The force of the bullet hits on one side and travels through the ball and pushes out the other side
Flako v
Flako v 6 tuntia sitten
Damn he old old
Ck Christie
Ck Christie 6 tuntia sitten
I almost died of laughter from the intro
Mike Mcdaniel
Mike Mcdaniel 6 tuntia sitten
u stupid u should have used a new ball everytime this means nothing but the first gun damn
Manu Petaia
Manu Petaia 6 tuntia sitten
this would have been sick to see the slo mo guys film!
Arturo I.
Arturo I. 6 tuntia sitten
Before watching the video, I feel confident that the round will definitely destroy that ball.
jqplebian 6 tuntia sitten
It's conchodial fracturing ( that's making all of the early fracturing occur. The ripple effects you got from the larger balls is and effect of pressure travelling in a wave through a medium. Glass, obsidian and a few other materials do not have a crystalline structure, by which I mean it is free of structure. Water is a good example, it's just a bunch of H20 molecules bumping into each other, without a structure. When water freezes those molecules form a structure, more or less. When you break something like wood, or plastic, or metal, it breaks along the weakest planes within the matrix. Wood sometimes breaks along the growth rings; those are the weakest areas in the structure. Lots of types of stone have cleavage planes; schist is an excellent example, it's laid down in flat plates and will break along those planes. (Enough pressure will of course break it any way you want.) Glass and obsidian (which is just glass caused by the heat of magma melting silica sand which cools down faster than the molecules have time to form into a structure) do not have cleavage planes or such structures so when you hit them you get a cone of force (the force you imparted) that more or less freezes; there's not enough force to go all the way through the material so you get cones that are visible in the material, which is exactly what you got when you bounced the small ball off the top of the big ball. These are known as Hertzian cones ( and they are precisely what you got when you bounced the small ball off the big one. The rippling you commented on when the big ball finally broke are lines of force that are frozen in the matrix of the material. Think of slapping water with your hand, there are waves that travel out from the point you slapped. With water, the waves propagate their force through the free matrix of the water and travel out from the centre and you are left with water that's just a bit turbulent. With the glass you are seeing that 'slap' frozen in the matrix, it's the same thing that happens in water, just in glass and once the force has dissipated you are left with the visible results of force travelling through a matrix. I hope that answers your questions.
Abdou Abdou
Abdou Abdou 6 tuntia sitten
And thats how u know which weapon to choose in PUBG
Jim Me
Jim Me 6 tuntia sitten
A Boy Plays
A Boy Plays 6 tuntia sitten
I was more amazed by the fact that his arm made the 50 BMG look like nothing
Random Reviews
Random Reviews 7 tuntia sitten
It’s bad luck to break a crystal ball 🔮
Hunter Mezzanares
Hunter Mezzanares 7 tuntia sitten
i feel like it is the presher from the bullet that is makeing the little cracks in the back
Michael Dunn
Michael Dunn 7 tuntia sitten
he is breathing dust from the glass and that is what he thinks is allergies, awesome video
TATERTOTNINJA 7 tuntia sitten
Hey powder in the lungs = hospital
Tarma Roving
Tarma Roving 7 tuntia sitten
i dont know man but your jacket and your surroundings reminds me of Resident Evil 4 lol
flauschii 7 tuntia sitten
dude i love you. cant say more
Drew Miller
Drew Miller 7 tuntia sitten
The glass sphere appears to consist of layers that are of varying densities, assuming that is what causes the waves or rippling. The effect of the shock-wave on the less dense layer as it shatters at a single point at 180 degrees where the shock wave meets itself on the other side, is amazing especially how you can see shattered glass under clear unbroken glass. Put it on display. Call it art.
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