Nov 062014
 
Non-Newtonian Fluid In Slow Motion

A non-Newtonian liquid is a complex paste or slurry that isn’t quite a solid or a liquid. It can actually exhibit the properties of both a liquid and solid depending on the circumstances. Gav and Dan of The Slow Mo Guys made a homemade non-Newtonian fluid simply using water and corn starch. The gloppy goop is both runny and thick. Weird. They put their concoction on a speaker playing music and hit record on their super slow motion camera. The resulting video is trippy to say the least.

 


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Oct 242014
 
Epic Slow Motion Memes

You know you’ve made it on YouTube when corporate contacts you to create a special Internet video. Gav and Dan of The Slow Mo Guys were lucky enough to have YouTube get in touch with them to make a special slow motion video. The two recreated countless popular online memes, such as fail, deal with it, mind blown, and more, in epic super slow motion

Naturally, they created the obligatory Gif versions as well. 

 


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Oct 232014
 
Flopping In A Pool In Super Slow Motion

The warm weather is sadly over. To properly say goodbye to swimming season, Gav and Dan of The Slow Mo Guys made a special swimming slow motion video. With their super slow motion camera pointed at him, Dan jumped, flopped, and splashed in the pool. The resulting slow motion clips are simply glorious.  

 


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Aug 192014
 
Shooting Watermelons In Super Slow Motion

Gav of The Slow Mo Guys had a couple too many watermelons on him, so he did what anyone with a slow motion camera would do. He grabbed a rifle and shot through the melons with the watchful eye of the slow motion camera capturing all the action. The results are glorious.  

 


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Aug 182014
 
Jellyfish Stinging In Microscopic Slow Motion Is Terrifying

Being stung by a jellyfish is one of the most painful experiences. But what exactly is going on? Destin of Smarter Every Day explains that when a jellyfish ‘stings’ you, it actually injects you with venom. It happens so quickly, the only way to see it in action is with a super slow motion, microscopic camera. 

 


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