Июль 4, 2013
"Deepest Hole in the World" revealed, filmed near dugway military base in the Utah desert. Filmed the morning of July 4, 2013 (the camera time stamp was incorrect).
Watch us fill the hole with gas and drop a cannon ball in: https://youtu.be/hw_gfvFsexU
2:40 Hit bottom
3:19 Rock dropped in hole while the camera sits on the bottom of the hole
6:45 Rock dropped in hole while the camera is halfway down the hole
10:18 We walk away from the hole with the line, showing how far down it was
See the original hole drop video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILDD9vyNeN0
Watch us shoot a rifle down the pipe here:
We have no explanation for the lack of objects at the bottom... we have dropped countless rocks, bullets, fireworks, and other stuff down there. Where did it go? Also, seems to me there were some strange albeit faint sounds down there...
Our rig consisted of: a mini keychain spy camera, an LED flashlight, Styrofoam (for both padding and floatation, in case we hit water), a pencil (to protect the lens from rock strikes), fishing line, and a power drill (to reel the line back in).
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Nature sure is amazing! Today's video is on the top five biggest waves — all of them captured on video.
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WOW, this is BY FAR my favorite River Treasure dive so far. While scuba diving in an Arizona Waterfall with my metal detector, I found lots of amazing treasures, including a nice Pocket Knife, 2 Rings, Sunglasses, some Coins, and a WORKING iPhone 6s PLUS in a Waterproof Pouch (lost for 9 months, and still worked!). I was able to contact the owner and return the phone. His reaction was priceless, he was so thrilled to have his phone back in perfect condition after missing it for 9 long months!!! The Owner "Prince Ahmed" (as his friends call him) treated all 4 of the MAN RIVER crew to dinner!
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An incredible metal structure is made by pouring molten aluminum into a fire ant colony. The resulting cast is huge, weighing 17.9 lbs. and reaching a depth of 18 inches.
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These are the red imported fire ants (RIFA) which are harmful to the environment and their nests are exterminated by the millions in the United States using poisons, gasoline and fire, boiling water, and very rarely molten aluminum.
From Wikipedia: "Researchers have also been experimenting with extreme temperature change to exterminate RIFAs [red imported fire ants], such as injecting liquid nitrogen or pressurized steam into RIFA nests. Besides using hot steam, pouring boiling water into ant mounds has been found effective in exterminating their nests."
I did a casual survey and found that I have at least 120 of these colonies within an area of approximately three acres. http://www.anthillart.com/info/fire-ant-survey/
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Watch this one in HD! The slow mo guys are well aware that water balloons are always good in slow motion. In this video, Gav and crew try (and fail many times) to pop a 6ft giant red balloon.
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This is my second trip to a brand new cave that I discovered recently. I brought several GoPro's along and drooped then down a deep shaft in the solid limestone to video what lies underground. It's a beautify cave!!! I can hear running water in the video and see many amazing and beautiful cave formations never before seen by man or any beast that lived to tell about it. Soon I will return to excavate the deep skinny shaft to the spacious rooms below and we shall have a most excellent adventure! FAMILY FRIENDLY as always!
If You See This Tree, Run Fast and Ask for Help!
The world is a huge place filled with countless living things; from different species of animals that live on land, high in the skies and deep under water. What we may spend a little less time thinking about is all of the plant life that thrives around us as well. One particular plant that we all see just about every day, yet never give too much actual thought to, are trees. With over 60 thousand known species, trees provide all types of benefits that aid in our existence. And as we all know sometimes we just have to take the good with the bad, and that is exactly what today’s Top 5 is about. So, without further delay, today Top 5 Supreme presents If You See This Tree, Run Fast and Ask for Help! Before we get started with today’s video don’t forget to click the bell to get notified every single day with the best tops you’ll ever see. Now let’s get rolling!
#5 Apple Tree
Now the first tree on this list may actually surprise you but the apple tree can be deadly if not handled properly. See, the seeds in apples contain cyanogenic glycosides, which if consumed in large quantities can lead to cyanide poisoning! Now while a human would be hard pressed to consume about 200 apple seeds, or 20 apple cores – which is the lethal dosage — pets and other animals are at greater risk just because they sometimes just don’t know when to stop eating.
#4 The Sandbox Tree
The sandbox tree is a member of the spurge family and it grows up to 130 feet tall. If the daunting look of this tree – equipped with cone shaped spikes that cover the entire trunk – isn’t enough of a warning, the fruit that this tree bears is actually poisonous. If consumed the vomiting, diarrhea and cramps ensue almost instantly. If the sap gets into your eyes it could actually blind you. Found in some of the most tropical parts of South and North America, the fruit of the Sandbox Tree looks like little pumpkins, and when they fully mature the fruit actually explodes, sending out it’s seeds at speeds of up to 150 miles per hour! A speed fast enough to cause serious injury if it hits the right spot.
#3 The Bunya Pine
The Bunya Pine tree has been has literally been in existence since dinosaurs roamed the earth, and is mostly found in Australia. And while it can and has certainly been dangerous and even deadly to unsuspecting passerbyes, it does have it’s positive features. The nuts found in the cones that are produced by this ancient plant have suppplied native people with food for hundreds of years. The only problem is the cones can grow up to 20 pounds in weight, and once they fall from the tree they can cause severe damage – even some instances of death – to people walking underneath them.
#2 The Suicide Tree
The suicide tree, or the cerbera odollam, is a highly toxic tree found in swampy areas of India and South Asia. The tree got it’s nickname because people who wanted to die simply ate the fruit from it. While there are positive uses from this plant, like making certain deodorants and bio-insecticides, in open nature this tree should never be touched, and the fruit – which look like small mangos once they’re mature- should most certainly never be eaten.
#1 The Manchineel Tree
The only tree on this list that’s actually listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the World’s Most Dangerous Treeis the Manchineel Tree. Primarily found in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, the bark that covers this plant oozes sap that causes blindness and blistering of the skin once it reaches contact with people or animals. Standing beneath the tree during a rain storm is just as bad, causing skin blistering and irritation. If you burn the tree and ingest the smoke you could even go blind. If that’s not enough, the fruit that comes from the Manchineel Tree is also known as the ‘death apple’. Eating it can cause death, and even if you don’t swallow it the flesh of the fruit in your mouth will cause boils to form on your mouth and throat.
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The ultimate skydive in my 22 years of jumping! Exit from 13, 500 feet in PERFECT weather conditions (ie endless blue skies, puffy clouds and NO wind) with my beautiful husband slaDE~ and our Arizona friend, Ginger. I deployed at 8, 000 feet so I could soak in all the exotic beauty and sublime heavenly experience. A once in a lifetime never-to-forget skydive!!! BTW, my canopy is red, black and gray, and I am the last person to land in this video. WOOHOO!
The Great Blue Hole is a stunning circular jewel surrounded by a ring of shallow luminous coral reef in the Lighthouse Reef Atoll. Measuring 1, 000 feet across and more than 400 feet deep, this ocean-floor limestone sinkhole is believed to be the world's largest blue hole, made famous by Jacques Cousteau. Atolls are characterized by a large, fairly shallow lagoon surrounded by coral reefs. Only four known true atolls exist in the Western Hemisphere, and of these, three reside in Belize: Turneffe, Lighthouse and Glovers.
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