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#25 - Volts can't kill you voltage isn't something that moves voltag…  [+] (1 reply) 08/20/2016 on How To: Electrocution 0
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#27 - johrai (08/23/2016) [-]
This is true. The point I'm alluding to is that high amperage won't kill you, nor will high voltage. You need high amperage with enough volts to surpass your innate resistance. One won't kill without the other.
#23 - 20 milliamperes through your heart has lethal potential one mi…  [+] (3 replies) 08/20/2016 on How To: Electrocution +1
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#24 - johrai (08/20/2016) [-]
This guy has a video on which is more dangerous, amps or volts. Go watch it.

In essence, yes 20 milliamps to the heart will kill you, but without appropriate voltage it cannot penetrate your inherent resistance. To demonstrate, he amps up his little power supply at 20 amps, but only 1 volt, and puts it on his tongue to demonstrate it does nothing.
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#25 - saturated (08/20/2016) [-]
Volts can't kill you voltage isn't something that moves voltage is just a measurement of the difference between two points, although it's also true as would be demonstrated in such a video that amps can't kill you without enough voltage think of voltage difference being the thing that pushes amps from one point to another a high enough voltage will push through a higher resistance and the more amps the more powerful

we've all been shocked by 10,000+ even 20,000+ volts in our lifetime- static electricity it just doesn't have enough amperage to do any damage
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#27 - johrai (08/23/2016) [-]
This is true. The point I'm alluding to is that high amperage won't kill you, nor will high voltage. You need high amperage with enough volts to surpass your innate resistance. One won't kill without the other.
#8 - kinda looks like the fire starts before the arrows hits and th…  [+] (2 replies) 08/06/2016 on Best torch lighting ceremony +21
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#45 - victhree (08/06/2016) [-]
He did overshoot, but it was intentional. They decided that, even though he could probably do it, it wasn't worth the risk of setting the audience on fire.
#9 - fillytickler (08/06/2016) [-]
It's pumping out quite a bit of gas so the archer has some leeway
#21 - defy the laws of nature? buddy it's a combination of potential…  [+] (11 replies) 07/09/2016 on nailed it +19
#23 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** Ya know, it's not being closed minded. It's just Occam's razor. I just choose to believe that the simplest solution is most likely the correct one. I think that a guy wanting to fool people on the Internet (though it's not like that ever happens right?), is just far more likely an answer than what is in the vid. But I have no idea why I let this get so worked up or why I even let this be an issue. I should just accept the reds and be done with it. It is just a vid for entertainment and unless I saw it actually happen, I couldn't say 100% which way or the other.
#29 - KBD (07/09/2016) [-]
you're fucking wrong shut the fuck up already and quit making yourself look retarded
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#26 - meganinja (07/09/2016) [-]
You say that but you're the one arguing that the video's been reversed.

Look at his coat at the beginning. It doesn't move off his body as he falls backwards because he's in freefall, if it were reversed the coat would be trailing behind due to air friction.

The only thing worse than a dumb person is a dumb person asserting that they know what they're talking about when in reality they're spreading misinformation.
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#32 - hikakiller (07/09/2016) [-]
There's no point in arguing with this guy, holy shit.
People baffle me.
#30 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
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**JGKingpin rolled image** Eh, your right. That's why I said I didn't know why I even cared over a vid on the Internet. When I look at the vid in both directions, the original post looks wrong to me on a number of issues, because the coat flies up and sticks to his back as he is moving up, air friction would keep it down until he begins to fall. When I see the version I put up, the part at the end that I assume you are referring to, I feel the coat would move more like you said. It just wouldn't surprise me one bit if it were reversed. It may help if I new the original source, but I spent whatever time I was willing to Google it already and it's stupid to waste anymore. Anyways, it's obviously apparent that I am the only person who thinks this could be faked, and my assumption is based on the movement of a coat.
#136 - sethbme (07/10/2016) [-]
There is at least one flaw in your logic.

It's not a video, it's a gif.
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#45 - ChewyConor (07/09/2016) [-]
I'm really not even sure if this is bait, but you seem sincere, so good job if it is bait. I would suggest watching videos of people bouncing on their back on a trampoline. As someone who has done a bit of trampolining, I am 100% confident I could easily replicate the original as shown in the post. I would find it extremely difficult to replicate the reversed one to look anything like as realistic. The end part would be near impossible.

It is entirely possible to bounce higher than you fell from by using small moments in your legs. As for the coat, it's just turbulent air causing it to flip about in counter intuitive ways.

In any case, it is with absolute certainty that I tell you that it is not possible for it to be either one, there is absolutely no way the original post is the reversed one.
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#34 - jokexplain (07/09/2016) [-]
>>#13, >>#28, >>#22, >>#21, >>#29, >>#26, >>#32,

I can't believe you motherfuckers swallowed that much bait I mean holy shit
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#96 - aquaekk (07/09/2016) [-]
When you're a fish that has nothing else to do but swim, a bite to eat isn't that bad in your boring old life.
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#25 - godofeverything (07/09/2016) [-]
hahaha the simplest solution would be that it is not reversed
#24 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
Now you're just being pretentious.
#18 - i like the part where he magically floats up at the end into a…  [+] (16 replies) 07/09/2016 on nailed it +42
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#28 - buttinspecter (07/09/2016) [-]
And the part where his coat flips up on the way up and then magically goes underneath him on the way down.
#20 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
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**JGKingpin rolled image** I would find it more believable that on that 2nd to last bounce, he forced himself back enough onto the trampoline to give him enough to stand back up(anyone with motor functions and been on a tramp can tell you it's easy) and stopped himself from face planting the wall with his left hand, than "The Toe of Truth" giving him strength to defy the laws of nature. And since it's a vid, who knows how many times this could have been re-shot to give the perfect effect, like those stupid fucking water bottle memes.
#88 - hotschurl (07/09/2016) [-]
seriously
#22 - killerofcows (07/09/2016) [-]
its much more believable that he started out at the bottom and added force to get higher, thats how trampolines work
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#21 - saturated (07/09/2016) [-]
defy the laws of nature? buddy it's a combination of potential energy from gravity, kinetic energy from his kicks working in unison with the springs of the trampolines to gain more height every bounce

I don't know what to say if you still think you're right get a better education, and stop being so close minded m8
#23 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** Ya know, it's not being closed minded. It's just Occam's razor. I just choose to believe that the simplest solution is most likely the correct one. I think that a guy wanting to fool people on the Internet (though it's not like that ever happens right?), is just far more likely an answer than what is in the vid. But I have no idea why I let this get so worked up or why I even let this be an issue. I should just accept the reds and be done with it. It is just a vid for entertainment and unless I saw it actually happen, I couldn't say 100% which way or the other.
#29 - KBD (07/09/2016) [-]
you're fucking wrong shut the fuck up already and quit making yourself look retarded
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#26 - meganinja (07/09/2016) [-]
You say that but you're the one arguing that the video's been reversed.

Look at his coat at the beginning. It doesn't move off his body as he falls backwards because he's in freefall, if it were reversed the coat would be trailing behind due to air friction.

The only thing worse than a dumb person is a dumb person asserting that they know what they're talking about when in reality they're spreading misinformation.
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#32 - hikakiller (07/09/2016) [-]
There's no point in arguing with this guy, holy shit.
People baffle me.
#30 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** Eh, your right. That's why I said I didn't know why I even cared over a vid on the Internet. When I look at the vid in both directions, the original post looks wrong to me on a number of issues, because the coat flies up and sticks to his back as he is moving up, air friction would keep it down until he begins to fall. When I see the version I put up, the part at the end that I assume you are referring to, I feel the coat would move more like you said. It just wouldn't surprise me one bit if it were reversed. It may help if I new the original source, but I spent whatever time I was willing to Google it already and it's stupid to waste anymore. Anyways, it's obviously apparent that I am the only person who thinks this could be faked, and my assumption is based on the movement of a coat.
#136 - sethbme (07/10/2016) [-]
There is at least one flaw in your logic.

It's not a video, it's a gif.
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#45 - ChewyConor (07/09/2016) [-]
I'm really not even sure if this is bait, but you seem sincere, so good job if it is bait. I would suggest watching videos of people bouncing on their back on a trampoline. As someone who has done a bit of trampolining, I am 100% confident I could easily replicate the original as shown in the post. I would find it extremely difficult to replicate the reversed one to look anything like as realistic. The end part would be near impossible.

It is entirely possible to bounce higher than you fell from by using small moments in your legs. As for the coat, it's just turbulent air causing it to flip about in counter intuitive ways.

In any case, it is with absolute certainty that I tell you that it is not possible for it to be either one, there is absolutely no way the original post is the reversed one.
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#34 - jokexplain (07/09/2016) [-]
>>#13, >>#28, >>#22, >>#21, >>#29, >>#26, >>#32,

I can't believe you motherfuckers swallowed that much bait I mean holy shit
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#96 - aquaekk (07/09/2016) [-]
When you're a fish that has nothing else to do but swim, a bite to eat isn't that bad in your boring old life.
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#25 - godofeverything (07/09/2016) [-]
hahaha the simplest solution would be that it is not reversed
#24 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
Now you're just being pretentious.
#17 - observe your now reversed gif and feel shame about how wrong you are  [+] (17 replies) 07/09/2016 on nailed it +35
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#18 - saturated (07/09/2016) [-]
i like the part where he magically floats up at the end into a normal standing position, kinda looks like he's falling backwards doesn't it
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#28 - buttinspecter (07/09/2016) [-]
And the part where his coat flips up on the way up and then magically goes underneath him on the way down.
#20 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** I would find it more believable that on that 2nd to last bounce, he forced himself back enough onto the trampoline to give him enough to stand back up(anyone with motor functions and been on a tramp can tell you it's easy) and stopped himself from face planting the wall with his left hand, than "The Toe of Truth" giving him strength to defy the laws of nature. And since it's a vid, who knows how many times this could have been re-shot to give the perfect effect, like those stupid fucking water bottle memes.
#88 - hotschurl (07/09/2016) [-]
seriously
#22 - killerofcows (07/09/2016) [-]
its much more believable that he started out at the bottom and added force to get higher, thats how trampolines work
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#21 - saturated (07/09/2016) [-]
defy the laws of nature? buddy it's a combination of potential energy from gravity, kinetic energy from his kicks working in unison with the springs of the trampolines to gain more height every bounce

I don't know what to say if you still think you're right get a better education, and stop being so close minded m8
#23 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** Ya know, it's not being closed minded. It's just Occam's razor. I just choose to believe that the simplest solution is most likely the correct one. I think that a guy wanting to fool people on the Internet (though it's not like that ever happens right?), is just far more likely an answer than what is in the vid. But I have no idea why I let this get so worked up or why I even let this be an issue. I should just accept the reds and be done with it. It is just a vid for entertainment and unless I saw it actually happen, I couldn't say 100% which way or the other.
#29 - KBD (07/09/2016) [-]
you're fucking wrong shut the fuck up already and quit making yourself look retarded
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#26 - meganinja (07/09/2016) [-]
You say that but you're the one arguing that the video's been reversed.

Look at his coat at the beginning. It doesn't move off his body as he falls backwards because he's in freefall, if it were reversed the coat would be trailing behind due to air friction.

The only thing worse than a dumb person is a dumb person asserting that they know what they're talking about when in reality they're spreading misinformation.
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#32 - hikakiller (07/09/2016) [-]
There's no point in arguing with this guy, holy shit.
People baffle me.
#30 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** Eh, your right. That's why I said I didn't know why I even cared over a vid on the Internet. When I look at the vid in both directions, the original post looks wrong to me on a number of issues, because the coat flies up and sticks to his back as he is moving up, air friction would keep it down until he begins to fall. When I see the version I put up, the part at the end that I assume you are referring to, I feel the coat would move more like you said. It just wouldn't surprise me one bit if it were reversed. It may help if I new the original source, but I spent whatever time I was willing to Google it already and it's stupid to waste anymore. Anyways, it's obviously apparent that I am the only person who thinks this could be faked, and my assumption is based on the movement of a coat.
#136 - sethbme (07/10/2016) [-]
There is at least one flaw in your logic.

It's not a video, it's a gif.
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#45 - ChewyConor (07/09/2016) [-]
I'm really not even sure if this is bait, but you seem sincere, so good job if it is bait. I would suggest watching videos of people bouncing on their back on a trampoline. As someone who has done a bit of trampolining, I am 100% confident I could easily replicate the original as shown in the post. I would find it extremely difficult to replicate the reversed one to look anything like as realistic. The end part would be near impossible.

It is entirely possible to bounce higher than you fell from by using small moments in your legs. As for the coat, it's just turbulent air causing it to flip about in counter intuitive ways.

In any case, it is with absolute certainty that I tell you that it is not possible for it to be either one, there is absolutely no way the original post is the reversed one.
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#34 - jokexplain (07/09/2016) [-]
>>#13, >>#28, >>#22, >>#21, >>#29, >>#26, >>#32,

I can't believe you motherfuckers swallowed that much bait I mean holy shit
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#96 - aquaekk (07/09/2016) [-]
When you're a fish that has nothing else to do but swim, a bite to eat isn't that bad in your boring old life.
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#25 - godofeverything (07/09/2016) [-]
hahaha the simplest solution would be that it is not reversed
#24 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
Now you're just being pretentious.
#13 - look at how he balances his weight especially visible on his l…  [+] (20 replies) 07/09/2016 on nailed it +9
#16 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
You are seriously saying, that it is more believable that a man has enough force in his foot, to not only be able to continuously force himself up a wall and simultaneously wear a coat that alter physics, than it is for a guy to plan careful footing and reverse a vid?
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#37 - GeneralLeeInsane (07/09/2016) [-]
Perhaps he's "moonwalking" it.
Instead of climbing up with each step, he's actually applying downward force, effectively throwing himself back at the trampoline each time, increasing his bounce height, which simply gives him the appearance of stepping up each time.
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#17 - saturated (07/09/2016) [-]
observe your now reversed gif and feel shame about how wrong you are
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#18 - saturated (07/09/2016) [-]
i like the part where he magically floats up at the end into a normal standing position, kinda looks like he's falling backwards doesn't it
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#28 - buttinspecter (07/09/2016) [-]
And the part where his coat flips up on the way up and then magically goes underneath him on the way down.
#20 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** I would find it more believable that on that 2nd to last bounce, he forced himself back enough onto the trampoline to give him enough to stand back up(anyone with motor functions and been on a tramp can tell you it's easy) and stopped himself from face planting the wall with his left hand, than "The Toe of Truth" giving him strength to defy the laws of nature. And since it's a vid, who knows how many times this could have been re-shot to give the perfect effect, like those stupid fucking water bottle memes.
#88 - hotschurl (07/09/2016) [-]
seriously
#22 - killerofcows (07/09/2016) [-]
its much more believable that he started out at the bottom and added force to get higher, thats how trampolines work
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#21 - saturated (07/09/2016) [-]
defy the laws of nature? buddy it's a combination of potential energy from gravity, kinetic energy from his kicks working in unison with the springs of the trampolines to gain more height every bounce

I don't know what to say if you still think you're right get a better education, and stop being so close minded m8
#23 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** Ya know, it's not being closed minded. It's just Occam's razor. I just choose to believe that the simplest solution is most likely the correct one. I think that a guy wanting to fool people on the Internet (though it's not like that ever happens right?), is just far more likely an answer than what is in the vid. But I have no idea why I let this get so worked up or why I even let this be an issue. I should just accept the reds and be done with it. It is just a vid for entertainment and unless I saw it actually happen, I couldn't say 100% which way or the other.
#29 - KBD (07/09/2016) [-]
you're fucking wrong shut the fuck up already and quit making yourself look retarded
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#26 - meganinja (07/09/2016) [-]
You say that but you're the one arguing that the video's been reversed.

Look at his coat at the beginning. It doesn't move off his body as he falls backwards because he's in freefall, if it were reversed the coat would be trailing behind due to air friction.

The only thing worse than a dumb person is a dumb person asserting that they know what they're talking about when in reality they're spreading misinformation.
User avatar
#32 - hikakiller (07/09/2016) [-]
There's no point in arguing with this guy, holy shit.
People baffle me.
#30 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** Eh, your right. That's why I said I didn't know why I even cared over a vid on the Internet. When I look at the vid in both directions, the original post looks wrong to me on a number of issues, because the coat flies up and sticks to his back as he is moving up, air friction would keep it down until he begins to fall. When I see the version I put up, the part at the end that I assume you are referring to, I feel the coat would move more like you said. It just wouldn't surprise me one bit if it were reversed. It may help if I new the original source, but I spent whatever time I was willing to Google it already and it's stupid to waste anymore. Anyways, it's obviously apparent that I am the only person who thinks this could be faked, and my assumption is based on the movement of a coat.
#136 - sethbme (07/10/2016) [-]
There is at least one flaw in your logic.

It's not a video, it's a gif.
User avatar
#45 - ChewyConor (07/09/2016) [-]
I'm really not even sure if this is bait, but you seem sincere, so good job if it is bait. I would suggest watching videos of people bouncing on their back on a trampoline. As someone who has done a bit of trampolining, I am 100% confident I could easily replicate the original as shown in the post. I would find it extremely difficult to replicate the reversed one to look anything like as realistic. The end part would be near impossible.

It is entirely possible to bounce higher than you fell from by using small moments in your legs. As for the coat, it's just turbulent air causing it to flip about in counter intuitive ways.

In any case, it is with absolute certainty that I tell you that it is not possible for it to be either one, there is absolutely no way the original post is the reversed one.
User avatar
#34 - jokexplain (07/09/2016) [-]
>>#13, >>#28, >>#22, >>#21, >>#29, >>#26, >>#32,

I can't believe you motherfuckers swallowed that much bait I mean holy shit
User avatar
#96 - aquaekk (07/09/2016) [-]
When you're a fish that has nothing else to do but swim, a bite to eat isn't that bad in your boring old life.
User avatar
#25 - godofeverything (07/09/2016) [-]
hahaha the simplest solution would be that it is not reversed
#24 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
Now you're just being pretentious.
#11 - you went full retard it's not reversed  [+] (25 replies) 07/09/2016 on nailed it +101
#124 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
the joke, you.jpg
#12 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** Look at the tails of his coat as he moves up. They swing straight up against his back instead of flowing or out. They fold up like that because he has more force going against him as his weight continuously falls. It's cleverly done, and hard to catch. But it is reversed. If someone were to reverse the gif again, everything would flow much more naturally.
#51 - sonicsyndicate (07/09/2016) [-]
you aint the sharpest bowling ball in the shed are you
#14 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
As he get's flinged up, the jacket folds up because you touch yourself at night
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#13 - saturated (07/09/2016) [-]
look at how he balances his weight especially visible on his last jump he puts his hands forwards and one foot below to balance his momentum

he manages to get higher and higher because at the end of every jump he pushes downwards almost kicks himself back into the trampoline you're wrong on this one bro
#16 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
You are seriously saying, that it is more believable that a man has enough force in his foot, to not only be able to continuously force himself up a wall and simultaneously wear a coat that alter physics, than it is for a guy to plan careful footing and reverse a vid?
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#37 - GeneralLeeInsane (07/09/2016) [-]
Perhaps he's "moonwalking" it.
Instead of climbing up with each step, he's actually applying downward force, effectively throwing himself back at the trampoline each time, increasing his bounce height, which simply gives him the appearance of stepping up each time.
User avatar
#17 - saturated (07/09/2016) [-]
observe your now reversed gif and feel shame about how wrong you are
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#18 - saturated (07/09/2016) [-]
i like the part where he magically floats up at the end into a normal standing position, kinda looks like he's falling backwards doesn't it
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#28 - buttinspecter (07/09/2016) [-]
And the part where his coat flips up on the way up and then magically goes underneath him on the way down.
#20 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** I would find it more believable that on that 2nd to last bounce, he forced himself back enough onto the trampoline to give him enough to stand back up(anyone with motor functions and been on a tramp can tell you it's easy) and stopped himself from face planting the wall with his left hand, than "The Toe of Truth" giving him strength to defy the laws of nature. And since it's a vid, who knows how many times this could have been re-shot to give the perfect effect, like those stupid fucking water bottle memes.
#88 - hotschurl (07/09/2016) [-]
seriously
#22 - killerofcows (07/09/2016) [-]
its much more believable that he started out at the bottom and added force to get higher, thats how trampolines work
User avatar
#21 - saturated (07/09/2016) [-]
defy the laws of nature? buddy it's a combination of potential energy from gravity, kinetic energy from his kicks working in unison with the springs of the trampolines to gain more height every bounce

I don't know what to say if you still think you're right get a better education, and stop being so close minded m8
#23 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** Ya know, it's not being closed minded. It's just Occam's razor. I just choose to believe that the simplest solution is most likely the correct one. I think that a guy wanting to fool people on the Internet (though it's not like that ever happens right?), is just far more likely an answer than what is in the vid. But I have no idea why I let this get so worked up or why I even let this be an issue. I should just accept the reds and be done with it. It is just a vid for entertainment and unless I saw it actually happen, I couldn't say 100% which way or the other.
#29 - KBD (07/09/2016) [-]
you're fucking wrong shut the fuck up already and quit making yourself look retarded
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#26 - meganinja (07/09/2016) [-]
You say that but you're the one arguing that the video's been reversed.

Look at his coat at the beginning. It doesn't move off his body as he falls backwards because he's in freefall, if it were reversed the coat would be trailing behind due to air friction.

The only thing worse than a dumb person is a dumb person asserting that they know what they're talking about when in reality they're spreading misinformation.
User avatar
#32 - hikakiller (07/09/2016) [-]
There's no point in arguing with this guy, holy shit.
People baffle me.
#30 - JGKingpin (07/09/2016) [-]
**JGKingpin used "*roll picture*"**
**JGKingpin rolled image** Eh, your right. That's why I said I didn't know why I even cared over a vid on the Internet. When I look at the vid in both directions, the original post looks wrong to me on a number of issues, because the coat flies up and sticks to his back as he is moving up, air friction would keep it down until he begins to fall. When I see the version I put up, the part at the end that I assume you are referring to, I feel the coat would move more like you said. It just wouldn't surprise me one bit if it were reversed. It may help if I new the original source, but I spent whatever time I was willing to Google it already and it's stupid to waste anymore. Anyways, it's obviously apparent that I am the only person who thinks this could be faked, and my assumption is based on the movement of a coat.
#136 - sethbme (07/10/2016) [-]
There is at least one flaw in your logic.

It's not a video, it's a gif.
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#45 - ChewyConor (07/09/2016) [-]
I'm really not even sure if this is bait, but you seem sincere, so good job if it is bait. I would suggest watching videos of people bouncing on their back on a trampoline. As someone who has done a bit of trampolining, I am 100% confident I could easily replicate the original as shown in the post. I would find it extremely difficult to replicate the reversed one to look anything like as realistic. The end part would be near impossible.

It is entirely possible to bounce higher than you fell from by using small moments in your legs. As for the coat, it's just turbulent air causing it to flip about in counter intuitive ways.

In any case, it is with absolute certainty that I tell you that it is not possible for it to be either one, there is absolutely no way the original post is the reversed one.
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#34 - jokexplain (07/09/2016) [-]
>>#13, >>#28, >>#22, >>#21, >>#29, >>#26, >>#32,

I can't believe you motherfuckers swallowed that much bait I mean holy shit
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#96 - aquaekk (07/09/2016) [-]
When you're a fish that has nothing else to do but swim, a bite to eat isn't that bad in your boring old life.
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#25 - godofeverything (07/09/2016) [-]
hahaha the simplest solution would be that it is not reversed
#24 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
Now you're just being pretentious.

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