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Animals that Basically Melted

There are very few beings that are capable of being as relaxed as these melty animals right here. The flaps and wobbly folds of these dogs, birds, and rodents are a marvel to behold; a splendorous foil to the stiff and rigid. These animals are basically puddles, man. For more surprisingly relaxed animals, here are sleepy dogs in goofy positions.

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We don't quite understand why, but we what we do know is that it ended up being pretty damn awesome. 

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Look sometimes you just want to see if something will melt. It’s a similar impulse to seeing if something can be crushed or broken when dropped from great heights. Bascially, we all like a little destruction in our lives.

And this is one of the most satisfying bits of destruction you’re likely to see today.

The YouTube channel Beyond the Press brought a “super sized red hot nickel ball thing” and dropped it on a frozen lake. The ball, essentially, melts the shit out of the lake before disappearing into the icy water below.

Here’s a teaser:



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If you saw that sock at the end and though WTF like we did, here's what happened: 



They "melted" it by placing it in sulfuric acid so, you know, don't get sulfuric acid on ANYTHING you care about. 

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Einstein realised that the speed of light was one of the defining measures of the Universe. Remember E=mc2, the beautiful little formula that wrapped up the theory of relativity? Well 'c' is the speed of light. And you can measure it. All you need is a microwave, a ruler and a bar of chocolate (and maybe a calculator).
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