Solar Death Ray vs Ramen Noodles

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  • Published on Aug 1, 2018
  • 300mpg.org/solar-death-ray/
    Find out what happens when we shine a five-foot magnifying glass at a package of Ramen Noodles!
    Safety first! Yes, we had a fire extinguisher handy, along with plenty of water. We also had eye protection. The Solar Death Ray is actually very safe, as the lens needs to be properly focused to a point to produce significant heat.
    Background music credit:
    "Shaving Mirror" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
    creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Comments • 7

  • OblioAndArrow
    OblioAndArrow 11 months ago

    Thought the noodles were going to melt as everyone says they are made from plastic?

  • wouterslife2019
    wouterslife2019 11 months ago

    Try to melt some coins

    • BenjaminNelson
      BenjaminNelson  11 months ago +1

      Alittleglimpseofmylife I already filmed Solar Death Ray vs Pennies. It’s next on my list of editing.

  • Luis Calderon
    Luis Calderon 11 months ago

    Your daughter is hillarious! đŸ˜‚đŸ˜‚đŸ˜‚

  • Observing Rogue
    Observing Rogue 11 months ago +1

    I didn't know you were a father!
    This is like, 7 years late...but...CONGRATULATIONS!
    And I like this type of video too.....
    Because I'm interested in energy weapons for self-defense.

    • Observing Rogue
      Observing Rogue 11 months ago

      Oh! Ok. I still haven't seen all your videos yet. Been reviewing your motorcycle & car BEV videos. I'm going to watch that now. She's lucky to have a Power Wheels & great father....I had neither.
      That doesn't matter now. I'm building my own great vehicles & future. And you have been a big help with that. Again, thank you.

    • BenjaminNelson
      BenjaminNelson  11 months ago +1

      My daughter has been highlighted in a few projects before. Previously, I was always making projects for her. Now, she's big enough for us to actually work on projects together. Check out some of her earlier appearances, such as with the first generation Solar Power Wheels.
      thexvid.com/video/n_sSBVrohPk/video.html