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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
asd
#86 - riminato
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oh ****
User avatar #109 - icecreamonnips
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this vs ************
make it happen
User avatar #101 - chrisruler
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ALL HAIL ************
#82 - thecheesepoofs
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#157 - acemrhawk
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Damn...
#249 to #157 - anoyingmos
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#153 - AWESOMEJANDRO
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POW! HAHA!
User avatar #59 - mango
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How exactly does the bubble create temperatures close to the sun?
Something with the implosion of the bubble and the energy required, but I'm still shady about that.
User avatar #63 to #59 - Shitthatscrazy
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its the mass of the oxygen being rapidly compressed which creates an incredable amount of friction and thus heat is released
#66 to #63 - mango
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Science is amazing and crazy.
Science is amazing and crazy.
#67 to #66 - Shitthatscrazy
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Yup, Science up in this **** like Hawking in a wheelchair
#60 to #59 - hObOjO
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'temperatures close to the sun'
'temperatures close to the sun'
#65 to #60 - alstorp
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User avatar #61 to #60 - mango
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It briefly creates a bubble which can reach a temperature close to the sun, sorry.
#68 to #61 - hObOjO
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im sorry i misunderstood myself there
im sorry i misunderstood myself there
#252 - tazze
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4700 ºC
4700 ºC
#240 - fourchaners
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#242 to #240 - departed
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#122 - dtwomutant
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pistol shrimp's face when he uses bubble blast
#107 - ajaxthegreat
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKPrGxB1Kzc   
This is the coolest thing I've seen from nature in a long time   
Thank you OP
www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKPrGxB1Kzc
This is the coolest thing I've seen from nature in a long time
Thank you OP
#161 to #107 - chasis
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>Content from BBC Worldwide, who has blocked it in your country   
>BBC Worldwide   
>BBC   
>British Broadcasting Corporation   
>your country   
   
mfw when I'm British
>Content from BBC Worldwide, who has blocked it in your country
>BBC Worldwide
>BBC
>British Broadcasting Corporation
>your country

mfw when I'm British
User avatar #162 to #161 - ajaxthegreat
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Look down, someone posted an unblocker
User avatar #165 to #162 - chasis
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Thanks man. I must say that I had already seen that someone had posted that...my issue is with the BBC making their videos unavailable...in Britain...
#168 to #165 - ajaxthegreat
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User avatar #119 to #107 - tomorrowsnightmare
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That is terrifying.
#131 to #107 - thefasrdog
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"As the bubbles collapse they momentarily reach the temperature of the sun"

Holy ****.
#112 to #107 - derpityhurr
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>blocked in Canada
User avatar #116 to #112 - cameronisepic
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I think Youtube hates us...
User avatar #115 to #112 - ajaxthegreat
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User avatar #118 to #115 - derpityhurr
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intense
User avatar #114 to #112 - ajaxthegreat
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You poor bastard
Try this
Thank you for the maple syrup by the way
#113 to #112 - ninjabaconone
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#123 to #113 - leobreacker
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Oh ****, thanks for this, the video is blocked in my country...
Oh ****, thanks for this, the video is blocked in my country...
#124 to #123 - ninjabaconone
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Same here (canada)
User avatar #136 - Mexicandude
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I heard that the reason we don't see these in the aquariums is because they are able to break the glass.
#134 - kmichel
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One famous scientist has claimed to have created "bubble fusion" by collapsing bubbles filled with deuterium. Imagine a bubble. Now collapse it. The same amount of air is in the collapsing bubble as in the original bubble. This creates super high pressure and super high heat. Supposedly it can react around 20000 degrees C or higher and create nuclear fusion. Bubbles collapsing (cavitation) is also the reason that propellers on boats and ships get destroyed so quickly.
#130 - iameli
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User avatar #51 - dishesaredone
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-you are not underwater in pokemon
-bubble doesn't do anything
#41 - ryuuk
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that's cute.
User avatar #58 to #41 - carelessinteractin
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what be that?
User avatar #181 to #58 - ryuuk
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its a mantis shrimp. look them up, they're pretty awesome.
#7 - ucanttouchthis
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OH SNAP!
#44 to #7 - ryuuk
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User avatar #6 - thereisaguy
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Water/fire type. Needs to happen.
#47 to #6 - tsurugi
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While not certain of the validity of this source or the information given, this is a rumor of all the new Pokemon, including two water/fire types. So may be happening as we speak.
User avatar #189 to #47 - thereisaguy
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It's /vp/ the only news that has ever broke there were some leaked images of the stage 3 evolutions last gen. It's a less than credible source.
#77 - theangryrussian
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anyone?
User avatar #81 to #77 - certifiedidiot
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I still don't get how the **** he grabs anyone with that arm, I mean those fingers look less funtional than the claw in a claw game at the local faire trying to grab a lubricated glass bottle of expensive perfume
#106 to #81 - ncsutroll
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they aren't predatory and use the big claw like a bull dozer to dig , often with a goby to keep each other safe since their sight is ****
User avatar #111 to #106 - theanarchyking
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He is talking about the charger.
#117 to #111 - ncsutroll
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oops. lol
User avatar #21 - deathedblack
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This is what it looks like, if anybody is interested :)
youtu.be/t-H5O1Kt2I0?t=7m8s