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900 mph Ping Pong Ball vs. Paddle

[+] Do not try this at home.

[–] Do not try this at home.

Description: In a science experiment, a ping pong ball traveling at supersonic speed (900 mph) hits a paddle blowing a hole right through the middle of it.

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900 mph Ping Pong Ball vs. Paddle

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Date Date: Feb 5, 2013

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Comment Feb 5, 2013

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How the hell are we supposed to try that at home?

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Comment Feb 5, 2013

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This was brought to you by 10's of thousands of grant money and the only question I have is WHY?

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Comment -g- | Feb 17, 2013

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Originally posted Feb 8, 2013

If that rig was a little quieter, I would deer hunt with it. Ping pong balls are a hell of a lot cheaper than bullets these days!

yeah, i'm pretty sure you got a discount brain

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Comment yugurt | Feb 12, 2013

Originally posted Feb 5, 2013

How the hell are we supposed to try that at home?

with wind power

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Comment Feb 8, 2013

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If that rig was a little quieter, I would deer hunt with it. Ping pong balls are a hell of a lot cheaper than bullets these days!

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Comment Booga | Feb 6, 2013

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Well that was exciting...not

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Comment soooo | Feb 6, 2013

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soooo with a college degree i can do this...

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Comment Feb 5, 2013

Then the power went out in the dome.

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Comment DirtyHarry | Feb 5, 2013

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Originally posted Feb 5, 2013

This was brought to you by 10's of thousands of grant money and the only question I have is WHY?

In case you are ever caught in a tornado in China at the Ping Pong World Cup with a ping pong paddle, you'll know that it want protect you.

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Comment XenomorphByGod | Feb 5, 2013

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Originally posted Feb 5, 2013

How the hell are we supposed to try that at home?

Same way they did.... use a shotgun....

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Comment Hezequiel | Feb 5, 2013

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Sting Pong Anyone?!

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Comment Feb 5, 2013

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Originally posted Feb 5, 2013

So the paddle couldn't stop it, but the card board behind it could?

The ball went through the cardboard. Look right the ball hits the paddle you see the edge of the hole on the cardboard just behind the paddle.

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