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Dissolved corn starch is a non-Newtonian fluid that turns solid under sudden force. You can run across a pool of it but a slow walk will mean that you will sink.
What would happen if you forced it through an extruder with a hydraulic press? Lauri Vuohensilta shows us with his hydraulic press.

After the cornstarch, he has some fun with color-changing putty, cheese, ballistic gel, crayons, canned shaving cream, and soap bars, all which go through the extruder.
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Tuesday, May 1st 2018 (12:35am) | Thanks: Miss C
A five episode project of a true love affair by my online friend Lev. Well, maybe not so true. Maybe fantasy. Maybe not.
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Monday, Apr 23rd 2018 (11:20pm)
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Under two minutes of heart-pounding action as a trail cyclist whizzes by and jumps and somehow avoids smashing his head into a tree.
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Thursday, Mar 22nd 2018 (12:02am)
In this clip from the latest episode of Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy's The Super Slow Show series, high-speed cameras capture bullets from a pistol getting sliced in half by a steel axe.
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Tuesday, Feb 27th 2018 (3:51pm)
A short animation by Sergio Di Bitetto, while a student at the Vancouver Film School.

"Plugin" is the story of a mechanical city in which every citizen is a part of the city itself, responsible for generating lights by connecting the male and female parts of the mechanism. Everyone seems to fit into this perfect puzzle except the main character, G-O, a man who does not match the rest of his world. G-O finally finds his perfect match – another man – but the City Authority try to stop this uncommon union. It is up to G-O and Ico to show their city that every connection is after all part of the same energy - love.
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Saturday, Feb 10th 2018 (12:00am)
To add to our Wednesday Wideo Woundup, an epic clip... just 3:44 of your time.

Remember the Line Rider video that was synced to "Hall of the Mountain King"? That took a lot of work, but now imagine how much work went into synchronizing a real-world marble run to classical music! The same YouTuber, DoodleChaos, used Tchaikovsky's "Waltz of the Flowers" to design this intricate marble run. It uses steel balls, magnets, dominoes, levers, gravity, and exquisite timing as it builds to a musical climax. Like the waltz, this chain reaction is a thing of beauty.
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Wednesday, Jan 10th 2018 (3:06pm) | Thanks: Miss C
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