1200°C Molten Copper in Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys

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Gav and Dan know that liquids always look mesmerising in slow motion. Liquids that are self illuminating, though? Even better.
This was filmed in a room full of loud high frequency noise, so audio has been crushed slightly so your ear holes don't fall out.



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@PurdueEngineers

1200°C Molten Copper in Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys

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The Copper actually cools so fast you can see it solidifying even in slow motion. Keep your eye on undisturbed puddles after they land. - Gav

Author — The Slow Mo Guys

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When they turned off the lights, this video improved by like a million percent. Beautiful.

Author — The Vegetarian Baker

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Yes, YES, PLEASE do more science lab experiments!! The potential is endless! You could take this channel to entirely new levels if each video you did was not only for cool visuals, but also as a real science experiment using cutting edge slow motion video cameras. Please!

Author — S. M. Henderson

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Only youtubers I know who doesn't clickbait.

Author — Sherina Sivadas

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the glowing with the lights off was satisfying

Author — AlyJ

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"It looked like... melted metal rain"
"It's the exact same as water"

Yeah, it looked like water.

Author — White Razor

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Slow mo guys really need to make a bunch of downloaded gifs/screensavers from a bunch of their most satisfying slow mo shots

Author — Noah Z

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Ok, lets be honest:
You guys are making Nickelodeon's new intro logo with the glow in the dark shot.

I've cracked the code!!

Author — rasamasala

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Right before he said "I could have this as a screen saver", I thought I would pay for this file in 4k to use as a screen saver or background. It's an awesome shot.

Author — Zachary Niedfeldt

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They should do a lathe cutting steel or wood in slo motion, it would look sick

Author — MakeMasterz

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hey guys, have you ever thought about filming welding? It might be very interesting and it produces lots of light by itself, so lighting wouldnt be a problem.

Author — FreakyMonkei

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"Where are we right now?"
"WE'RE AT SOUP!!!"

Author — Elonyson R

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Mantis shrimp in slow mo would be cool

Author — Bartololeo

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The re-watchablity of these vids is amazing. Nature and physics are truly gorgeous.

Author — Squibblez

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Amazing! I am memorized by molten ... anything. Would love to see more Slow Mo molten metals!

Author — Allen Bamford

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I’ve always loved that music that is set in the the background of the slow mo shots

Author — Teague Perez

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I love absolutely everything you guys do, and hope you continue to emit slow motion for a long time.

Author — Harold Corbett

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You guys should film stick welding in slo mo

Author — Ryanr Madden

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I love how you guys say the name of Purdue University! You've been there twice now that I know of and both of you have said the name the same way which is different than how we say it in the USA. I just love watching you guys! I also love how you seem to care so much for each other off and you are asking are you okay... are you okay... I think it's great and you guys do such interesting "experiments".

Author — Ann Johnson

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WOW, this is my favourite macro shot you guys have ever done. NAILED the focus, the fact that you had it on such a low aperture you can tell if either of you were off by as much as an inch the whole focus would have been completely off. Good work.

Author — Japi Sandhu