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how to survive a 5 mile fall with no parachute: Don't jump
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Voyager is 13 million miles away??? It's not even to Mars yet? Let's try 13 Billion miles.
27:13 man in crowd sweating worse than man falling 5 miles!
If you’re so smart why not throw the hammer away so you can land back on the earth in a net ?
soon ill leave cause my friends on discord are here k
Mark: "Having a gun in space is actually kind of useful" Americans: "I was born to be an astronaut."
To check if any bolt has loosened during the journey
Is that for idiots?
A: don't leave the plane.
TLDR: fall into a net.
Voyager is 13 billion miles away. He said 13 million...
Hmm so rockets run on hammers? I get it
This was a little clickbaity
Am I the only one gritting my teeth every time he calls the hammer a wrench?
All that was said, was that you can't survive unless you luck out, only surroundings can save you, but if there isn't any - SPLASH! The actual answer is covering the vital parts of your body with your limbs. Hands, and legs gonna be crushed but if your bones are strong you can manage that.
has anyone else mentioned that the threads are backwards on your logo? Yes, I hate my brain.
What would happen if all 7.8 billion something people were to go to one side of earth and jump for idk a day or something how far would the earth move?
It would be so cool to have mark rober as your high school teacher
You wold be the best teacher ever
13 Billion miles, not 13 Million miles!
Dude, you should see our potato cannon. This thing shoots potatoes at unbelievable speeds. We shot it at our shed and the potato went straight through the sidewall of the shed, Not only that it kept going straight through to the opposite side of the shed and went right through and out the other side.
Let’s see you do it.....
I think what we all are thinking is how he turned a hammer into a wrench.🤔🤔🤔
He used Transmute Artifact
"rockets are literally like throwing hammers out the back" hmmmmmm, HMMMMMMMMMMM... I got an idea
Hi Mark Rober I am a huge fan and you are my inspiration
It's not a wrench--it's a hammer. Good grief! Are you serious?
22:20 u can stop in time? btw i was travelin on that train in the background and u could not stop me ???
Nasa man says rockets literally throw hammers out the back, lol
No you are such a tiny wrench
They should really test this with a gun in space (in a concealed safe Environment of course.)
way to much yac yac i don't know what your suppose to do any more
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I have seriously pondered if I should revoke my High School diploma so I have to go back to high school again and have Mr. Rober as my science teacher... then I sobered up and I remembered how miserable High School was was for me.
You mean 13 billion miles away,not million,earth is 93 million miles from sun
I just moved the whole earth 1 mm by jumping
I conquered the world
Does it work for 5.2 miles
4:35 When you flint knock in 4tnite
Notice how the only planet he doesn't actually say is Uranus! Lol
and there i thought you would throw the hammer and hold on to it..like Thor and mjolnir
17:37 he became howtobasic
Best ISchatsr ever
that is a hammer
I wonder whats your iq
so you're saying if. if you. if you nut in space it push you backward
wait you are telling me I can move earth by jumping
Mark thats a 253.519 mile fall...
7:47 I think 13 billion miles is what you wanted to say :-)
Just did some research on that becuse sone googling proved 13 million mies to be rather incorrect ! Did the calculation and then googled Voyagers disatnce and its 13 billion miles. Big mistake to make really !! Can't see that anyone else has noticed that.
leave it to an ex nassa american to find a pratical use for guns in space
This Guy Needs to go schools around the world and teach science
I learn more with u than with my teacher
Best guess at the beginning of the video: hope to land on an ant hill.
Science is So much fun!
You don't know how bad I want this guy to be my science teacher. That would be the highlight of my high school experience
the video has interlacing artifacts, does interlacing still exist on digital cameras? I'm surprised
Enthusiastic is the word
Stay SAFE and take care!!! Thank you for the extra knowledge and passion refill!!!
When the ISchats guy is better than a guy that his job is to teach science
Holding wrench is a hammer
How do you survive a 5 mile fall without a chute?? Have a net. I wasted 30 minutes on this.
The failed parachute still slowed him down.
I want to know who is the cameraman taking the picture for voyager near that planet and who stayed on the moon to take the picture when the nasa space craft left the moon, airbags are good on paper but cause Brain injuries because during a crash your body is going towards the airbag while the airbag is coming at your body around 200 mph so when they meet the force on the body is multiplied and that is why people due due to airbags
I have a question if you were falling and you were no something and if you were to jump right before you hit the ground would it cancel out and act as you fell from the height you jumped
Before you try to survive a five-mile fall ask yourself a question; do you really want to survive a five-mile fall? That's gotta hurt ...
10:10 I was waiting so bad for Mark to say "to get to Ur Anus"
shouldnt that be 13 Billion Miles
Mark would be a great teacher not just because of how he teaches, but hecause of how he composes himself and handles a situation in which he wants to showcase and experiment and it doesn’t work he doesn’t call off the whole lesson or get upset or change everything compleatly, he has contingencies in the form of videos of him performing the same thing at home where he is testing the experiment to make sure it’s safe for a classroom. That’s something not all teachers do and it shows how serious he is about teaching
Literally me watching the cracked egg in the back the whole vid
I wonder who was the first one to discover this...
A bit ironic that he just said "Super mario effect" and then "maybe I will fail"
Video title: *How to survive a 5 mile fall without parachute?* Me: Be Phantastic Gus
By 6:30 he has turned into young Bill Nye
I have a couple of those CO2 cartridges, I would like to put a nail at the bottom of a PVC tube of appropriate diameter, and drop the cartridge seal-first into the tube, like a mortar shell in the old WW2 movies...
My question is. How did we get pictures of pluto from Voyager when it is so far away? How does any signal send that far?
There is a manhole cover that was blasted into space by an underground nuclear test. Much father away than anything else made by man.
Increase the amount of space you take up and decrease the amount of weight you carry
"You could use rockets" yeah ok mark
7:45 Voyager 1 is a whole lot further than 13 million miles away. It has left the solar system. The distance from the sun to the earth is 93 million miles. You probably meant to say 13 "b"illion miles.
I'll test your theory on my wife the next time we're up in the plane.
A very simple answer do MLG water bucket
If you throw the hammer the way you demonstrated, you will be doing back flips, and with very little backwards momentum. The best thing you can do with that hammer is to bring it closer to your center of mass, while facing away from the station, and simply push the hammer away from you (without holding onto it, letting it go). The harder and faster you push it, the faster you will move backward toward the station. Then you have to turn yourself around, or find some way to grab on once you reach it.
so - - I didn't want to go thru all 6600 comments, but you said Voyager was 13 MILLION miles out, but it is actually 13 BILLION miles. Earth is 93 MILLION miles from the Sun. I probably wasn't the first to mention this, right?
Im so sad this was the last one
I still love your channel, but there is no electron particle. There are no little ants running through the power lines. no charge carrying particle-N. Tesla. Electrostatics do not move by any other means either than charge and discharge--through induction.
... Ew. You're not even gonna clean that egg off the wall? That's gross.
Hey Mark, I would really like to talk with you about some science and get your thoughts on it. May I email you? I understand if not, however I read a scientific paper that blew me away, and I've done considerable research since that time, and I believe it is often overlooked (this type of science that is). The PDF is about 10 pages front and back. Anyways, thank you for the awesome content you consistently produce!
This video should be called "How to convey 60 seconds of information in only 33 minutes"
Here we are, we have gold!
Even at 1/4 playback speed that thing is too fast to see.
Why is this live? Itbwould be even better 8f recorded
also mark just a fyi soccer fields and football fields have different sizes.. sooo I think you're like 10 yards off? so 36 3rd was 36 or 31 I forget exactly... but just an fyi I just now caught.... just thought you'd like to know
did you call a a hammer a wrench?.. Mark?..
Borat , that was brilliant, I enjoyed it so much 👍😎🌴
I’d like to hear more about the Super Mario Effect
The answer is "don't fall" in the first place ?? Been said before but I wish my science teacher's had been half as interesting as Mark !! Maybe I'd be a rocket scientist too 😁 THANKS MARK !!! & Good luck in all your future endeavors !!!
Throw the egg into the sheet as hard as you like and the shell won't break but the yolk will.