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This is called “why are all the bricks at Lowe’s broken?”
@Berning Sandwiches they use galvanized steel racks in the cement section at Home Depot to avoid corrosion.
@Allison Hunter and this is why people don’t learn. He was telling them that you can’t use it as a replacement and you get on his ass about it? It’s called teaching, he wasn’t even disrespectful about it.
This is funny and I like your joke but I just have to say none of the bricks even look broken
@Eien Ryūchō lmao
The sound of the bricks falling is highly satisfying
Imagine being at you’re job, you’re grinding 9 to 5 at the brick factory and all of a sudden you walk in to you’re co-worker making dominos.
Spoken like someone who's never been on a construction site
@Average Anime Addict your Sir, are not the average anime addict
@Average Anime Addict can I be the fish
Did you watch another video? Because I didn't see anyone making dominos or a brick factory. 😂
Imagine being at you are job and you walk in to you are co-worker
“Sir, I’m gonna have to ask you to leave the store…”
@your mom hi mom
"I am just quality testing them before I buy them!"
For real, messing up all these bricks. People are buying those man
C'mon be honest, you literally thought it to be an exact reverse of the Domino effect. I mean you imagined the bricks return to their original standing position.
@Django Leo i agree my dude, the collective IQ of these people is in the lower digits
@Ramon Briones he did that in one of his videos
Lol what? Cmon now how would that even be possible
“This is called the double domino effect!”Video- reverse domino effect
@Josh Odell If you seen a kid riding a skateboard without a helmet, are you gonna question why he is riding it, too? Then get extremely mad because it's higher than your comprehension abilities? Cry harder.
@Josh Odell Again, I made the comment because not everyone fully comprehends what they're watching. They may not ask, but my comment is very helpful.You cannot comprehend that. What's so hard to understand? 🤔
@Josh Odell Keep crying.
@C B Bro Im not editing anything, you are 😐
People who make amsr: today we are going eat bricks *goes ahead *proceed to break their teethThem: this is is very crunchy
Yooh, so much
So generous of Home Depot to provide the blocks and the location to film this video.
Haha he’s gotta cut down on the supplies cost!
wow, really fascinating and interesting!Thanks for showcasing and explaining us!
Its pretty cool, but why is the title “reverse” if its “double” domino effect?
He said reverse domino in the video are you listening
Jesus Christ loves you all please repent and forgive
@Dark Whisperings that sounds like it should be called “reverse domino effect”
Its because i think when its the double domino effect now at the second clip it looks like its going reverse
Dang, I was expecting those bricks to stand up one by one, a reverse 😂
Awesome video. I love watching this stuff and I am 53 never to old to learn!!! Thanks for making it fun and interesting. May I ask what your full time job is???
Can we appreciate the fact that he used so much of his time to put them in place just to showcase us the effect
Your vids are cool and informative and all, but I wish you would go into depth with every one of these experiments and tell us how and if any of these experiments are applicable to everyday situations in life. For example, can this domino experiment be implemented into infrastructure or design, etc etc.
The noise of the bricks was more satisfying than the actual effect itself
@Adrian But not that sound I experienced minutes ago from off going fire detectors in the stair case caused by someone accidentially igniting a paper handkershif. ashtray smth.
😂 😂 😂
It was stressing
Oh it really triggered my misophonia. Had to mute.
Me too. That sound was delicious
This just never gets old!
You know the funny thing about this is that it took longer to make sure that each brick was perfectly spaced apart for that to work when it would have taken less time to just lay the bricks flat to begin with. Assuming this has some practical application.
Ooh that's really cool. I never knew a video about bricks could be so interesting.
I find those effects very cool and relaxing.
My only question is, how does this guy seem to know every secret about the laws of physics?
This is what happens when you actually go to school!
@Vivaldi if that was simple and you have time out of your busy life..obviously..to have done this reverse brick $h!+ I bow to you! I am on the wrong ..very wrong site. . . this all makes my brain hurt! Excedrin ! Please !!!
@Awwify haha or something that
@Candelario Sanchez what about Lowe's?
@mtnblueskiess your not playing monopoly are u ?
Lowes employee is like, “Sir, are you going to buy those?” He just grabs his camera and runs.
Also, after the first effect, if they dont fall flat, you can lift the last one up and itll do the same for all the others.
“this is called the double domino effect”title: THIS WILL MAKE YOUR DOMINOS STAND UP ON THERE OWN (NOT CLICKBAIT) (COPS CALLED)
I knew it was impossible for the reverse domino effect to happen due to gravity not being in the favour of it.
*But he forgot to record the most important part: the last brick falling and thus causing the double effect*
That's why i hate youtube shorts. It always has some sort of cliffhanger and it kills me
Nah he forgot the infamous laughter after the domino effect
@marbleblue they also I do not get it
@marbleblue It should be easy to imagine
this is obvious
Thanks for explaining this trick. I love this.
I love this 😀 After watching several times I could not figure why my arms & back was all goose-bumpy. It was because of the grinding cement. Volume is down but just thinking about the sound starts the grate😱😫🤣
The thing is, you can make two dominoes in the time it takes to align the others perfectly
When I read the title I was expecting him to just play the video backwards or lift the dominoes back up since that's easy to do and certainly possible
The Title: “Reverse Domino Effect”The Man: “This is called The Double Domino Effect”
@H Wagner he says it in the explanation on how it happens. He's explaining the reverse phenomenon, but first shows the double phenomenon because you can't get a reverse domino effect without the normal domino effect. If he said it was the reverse domino effect at the beginning it wouldn't be true because both the normal and reverse is happening, he later explains only the reverse phenomenon so it isn't double
I was about to comment “no this is a Double domino effect” before I saw this
@Kit Kat he literally says reverse domino effect nearing the end of the video. He said double at the beginning because it's not only the reverse domino but also normal domino, hence double, when he talks about how the reverse part of the double domino happens he calls it reverse. The title says reverse because it's talking about the reverse part not the normal one we know
Certain things can be called in different terms, but still be the same thing.
I feel good that I knew how it works without the explanation at the end.
When someone invents time travel, this is what I imagine happening
Would this work with regular dominos, or are those too light and long?
Video: *The reverse domino effect*Him: "This is called the double domino effect"
I expected the blocks to go back up
@Long Dong but this is a secondary and alternate domino effect that just travels backwards. having an actual domino effect in reverse means you do it in reverse - the dominoes are down and you make them stand back up.
Ikr I work at Home Depot shit be irritating
Well this isnt hogwarts is it
I think he is teaching maths by using dominos
This video would have had a more effectual factor had you shown the very last brick falling flat with an angle showing the beginning or the "reverse" momentum.
I used to wonder 🤔...in what real life scenarios is the domino effect applicable ?
when everything in my life is falling over and i don't think it can get any worse
"see this is called the reverse domino effect""Ahh yes, here we call that 225 plus tax."
I lost twenty brain cells when the dominoes didn't get back up.
yeah, I hace more questions than before now
You didn't, they did lost 20 brain cells
Just reverse the film. Et voila!
This was way cooler than I expected when I clicked. Very interesting.
The simple explanation is that last brick is pushed forward away from previous one and falls flat (0 angle). It triggers second domino effect for the rest of bricks.
The reverse domino effect perfectly describes Palpatine plan from start wars. Dude had everything dominoing perfectly until padme had two kids. Him missing this detail caused it to shoot back at him in the form of Luke
Can someone analyse the time for first domino effect vs reverse domino effect. Is there any mathematics involved in it?
Boss: why is our client saying we didn’t ship the bricks yet?Employee:
@Thomas LeMay for legal reasons, thats a joke
So now you are playing with the inventory when you're supposed to be working. I swear we have the laziest generation in the history of humanity. It is the fault of the boomers, we didn't bust enough heads when they were young.
Omg how cool is that
I showed this to my little cousins and get surprised after watching this 🤣😎
Gf: "he's probably cheating on me." Him:
They are all overlapping so the final one hits the end of the prior brick. So it then knocks them all off their overlapping edges flat on the ground due to the gap allowing it.
The sound and how the bricks fall in the end is so satisfying
You should have a camera actually showing the last brick that causes the Reversal. Thanks!
@Wutevar :v is
i think is fake because he’s not given us to see the full video and he should use camera to make a video. right?
As a former Home Depot employee, this elicits a terrible reaction from deep in my soul.
The sound that these bricks make when they touch each other is so FRICKIN satisfying!!
Does it save time? I think it would costs less time to lay them one by one. 🤔
imagine being an engineer and you do this to make your job easier
"If we fall, we fall together"That one boi :
@O K no u
@O K shut down
@O K no lol
This is so related to Sova's ult
So, thanks for the explanation but could you show us the end when this effect happens?
“Sir those are display bricks” 🤓
WOW! That was FREAKING AWESOME!!😲😲😲
Thanks. Now I understand how recursive functions work.
"Bill, should we have him stop playing with the bricks?""Carol, I'm not paid enough to care."
So.. we are supposed to build Rube Goldberg creations starting backwards, and we will not fail? Doesn't sound too crazy to me tbh. I do mazes backwards cus its seems easier sooo....
@Surprise Day you guys made my day thanx
@pyc1234 you guys made my day thanx
@Surprise Day Children below 13 are not allowed on Google services.Stop using ur Mommas account
@IM COOL enjoy yours as well ✌
This effect is also sometimes called the “carbonaro effect “
Reverse Domino effect "This is called the double domino effect" 🌚
That was SOOOOOOOO satisfying 😍
I seen it before some construction workers did it it's pretty cool and saves time
when he said "reverse domino" i thought it would mean the fallen bricks would get back up lol
@Adam B - AB. -yer expectation is TOO Extreme or too heavy on STOO_pid, which is just all TOO much for me TO ponder 🤔! Go join the “Genius 🤓 Bar”, they ARE (or they’re!) holding yer SPOT-> Not TO 🐝 confused with the ☕️ stains
That’s exactly what the title means
Imagine if it starts the falling the same speed as the second part
I can actually feel the dust in my eyes.
Now my back is sore!
Do Home Depot not mind you doing that in their store?😂 Keep up the good work.
How to make a wall quick and easy…“This is the double domino effect”
Him: “This is called the double domino effect”The title: “ the reverse domino effect”
I totally wasnt about to comment the same thing you just commented and sadly didnt because I already saw that the exact comment I wanted to comment already commented my desired comment.
@Amritesh Kumar same
This is the comment section
Looks like Lowe's
Must taken a long time to place them so perfectly lol
It took me so long to realize he’s just going this in a hardware store
Omfg a short plays the cool thing twice without having to repeat it...Massive respects.
Home Depot employee: Sir what are you doingAction labs: this is called the double Domino effectHome Depot employee: I don't get paid enough for this
"Reverse Domino effect":I thought he would just flip the block the opposite way, and nothing would happen lol.
you and everybody
This looks something that the construction men could use when making walls.
That sound is so satisfying 😍
Couldent imagine how long this took to set up.
Ahh the sound they make is so satisfying 🤤
I was disappointed that he didn’t make the bricks magically stand up at the end, though I’m sure he could do that if he wanted to, it’s not beyond his power.
this reply section is brutal #JusticeForLeonhartAndNoScopeThePope
@Asus Adutora Yeah, honestly sometimes it feels more hilarious when you answer seriously to a bad joke 😅
@Leonhart Your reply was interesting to me. Don’t mind the haters.
@thelonelysnowelf (孤独な雪の妖精) Ah the classic defense used when someone doesn't laugh at an unfunny "joke".
@thelonelysnowelf (孤独な雪の妖精) As if you read this comment and just started bursting out laughing
When I saw him placing the dropped slabs up I thought it was a pun 😂
Bruh 😲 you always got something interesting and cool to show
The energy goes from A to B and then B to A , hence reverse domino
I still remember back when I first saw an example of this on youtube.People in the comment section were somehow convinced it was fake. I don't even know why.
I was expecting the bricks to stand up at the end since the title says “Reverse Domino Effect”.
@Maksim Yarmoliuk • 53 years ago the title should have been the double domino effect then since that's what this is.
@Maksim Yarmoliuk • 53 years ago it was obvious lol
@Mba Teke Yssizehn clickbait
Aside from this, i also thought he'd pull the brick towards him and all other ones follow
It was explained in the video but it's common sense that the last brick would fall flat on the floor since there isn't another brick for it to fall on. Therefore, once the last brick falls flat it'll cause all the bricks in line to also fall flat! Very easy to understand. Thanks, enjoyed the video.
When you get a science degree but can only find work at home Depot
The ants that survived between the bricks : *phew*Seconds later : 💀
Love how my man just does this in the middle of a Home Depot lol
Thank you for explaining that sir
The sound of the bricks falling on the first pass is so calming.
It's same as Buddhist meditation by beating a wooden bowl
And then the second pass was terrifying. Such a terrible sound.
This sound makes me visualize how this brick scrapes on my skull
I legit got chills from that.
"This is called the Double Domino Effect"Okay. Im trynna see what the Reverse Domino Effect is.
The best way I've ever paved my walkway.
This give a whole new meaning to what goes around comes around
that beggining with you placing the blocks with that weird ass music in the background always makes me laugh
This guy's explanations are such good quality that he doesn't need unnecessary filler information to hit the magic 8 minute mark.
@Cal Geecy ok, thank you.
@TheMiniOne of course.
@Sisko the kid The video (and it's creator) are a huge part of what makes a video "good" and/or watchable. Simple explanations don't degrade a short video, in fact, they tend to draw in a larger audience.
@Poles Ragge this is ironic right
Didn't know it got reduced from 10🧐
I learned a lot thank you, thank God it was a slow day at home depot.
That one looked so cool and satisfying
Люди на работе работают. Так же парень блогер знающий физику:Сегодня я вам покажу домино эффект.
The sound is so satisfying 😊
The camera should have been at the other end of the bricks as well, That would have been an awesome shot. ☺️
Yea there's no real point in this video otherwise lol
You can only do so much in a Lowes isle