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It’s bulletproof but is it bowling ball proof?
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  • 100kg Thanks for the pin

  • Is it just me who noticed the bullet proof glass was upside down? :P

  • This crazy!

  • I love Australia. I live there. Is that in the northern Territory. I live in W.A Perth

  • Bulletproof glass nah its bullet resistant, nothing is truly bullet proof not even Kevlar or Titanium

  • It's so Beautiful!!

  • Kg

  • 999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999googlepkexium

  • from 145m please

  • *sooo are you going to redo this since you put the glass in upside down?*

  • It still after 2 bowling balls it the glass is warped

  • You should have checked the level of the glass

  • 560kg

  • Wait the one in the orange and black coat sounds like an Australian Seinfeld

  • When they don't realize that bullet proof glass isn't just glass LMAO that "unbroken glass" is the polycarbonate layer

  • my theory is that the shockwave continued throughout the glass causing the middle and bottom layers to absorb the shock

  • The reason the top layer didn't break is because it is made out of extremely tough plastic and the rest of it was glass. The shockwave of the bowling ball hitting the bulletproof glass caused the glass underneath to shatter.

  • 350

  • 1,000kg at least and who else laughed when he said will pin ya

  • 4:35

  • 300 LBS

  • the top layer doesn't look like normal glass the edge color is different, maybe is some sort of transparent polymer (plastic).

  • Heart rate? And don’t understand science? Obviously they don’t know shit about each.... “expert analysis”? They are fuckin retarded

  • The fucking horse mouth needs surgery to increase his top lip

  • Horse mouth and his fuckin orange lined hoodie.... does he know how to close his horse mouth....

  • 300 pounds

  • Bowling ball vs strippers

  • It weighs over 9000

  • It wieghs 232 lbs

  • giant dart time!!!

  • Was that top layer acrylic?

  • 100 pounds

  • i think it weight 150 p

  • 100kg

  • after the first drop it would’ve made a great table😂

  • I like How Ridiculous so much better than Dude Perfect! If I hear another Religious song on Dude Perfect's channel one more time, I'm cutting my cock off and throwing it in the river. DP does some cool stuff, but it's not right to shove their Religious beliefs down people's throats when they want to see a cool video. #LONGLIVEHOWRIDICULOUS!

  • Plz give me a bowling ball

  • Steven Crowder is apparently a closet Australian

  • The gravity is getting ready!

  • failed to get the 444k likes they requested; still award giant dart vs bullet-resistant glass failed to know that they were testing bullet-resistant incorrectly (Had it upside down so the polycarb side was being hit first instead of the glass). "I don't know science," speaks volumes of this group, which is kind of sad that they are so popular but don't know enough about what they are doing to spend the money in a way that would better entertain and perhaps educate as well. Another distraction for the masses. Why did ID-tv suggest I watch this?

  • The bottom layer is shitting glass .

  • Maybe you could try some lead balls. Make some lead balls the size of a softball (3" to 5" diameter or 80mm to 125mm diameter). It would be far more dramatic upon impact than a bowling ball. btw...lead balls like the ones I described would be far less likely to be affected by wind, even when dropped off a Dam.

  • The reason the top layer was not cracked or damaged is simply because it is made of a different material. It is a rather thick sheet of polycarbonate. That layer would normally be at the back of the sheet in an actual application.

  • No 8

  • 6Pounds

  • You had the glass upside down

  • Are kangaroos in Australia like deer In Canada?

  • great fact proving

  • La descripción en español y los tipos en inglés

  • The top didn't break because the top layer is plexiglass

  • Needs a 💵 for these replay and skips! Reply the emoji 💵 to buy one. 0:44 1:07 1:31 We have only 3 left!

  • Free button(s): 8:05 7:00 8:33 1:05 1:19 10:00 👍

  • Selling replay buttons I hate you if you stole! 1:00 0:00 if you want to watch again 10:00 5:00 4:30 These are buttons you won’t find anywhere else in the Sea of Comments!

  • Top layer is polycarbonate. 100% sure.

  • DIY how to make a cool table

  • It’s compressive forces vs tensile forces. Brittle materials like bulletproof glass can withstand compressive forces (being squished together) extremely well but against tensile forces (being pulled apart)will tend to break easily. When a projectile hits a sheet of material an initial compressive force is created by the impact, but then slightly after impact the energy of the projectile transfers through the whole sheet and out the back creating extreme tension. This causes the glass to break or “spall” as it’s called in engineering. This happens in tanks that have to brittle armor so that when a round hits even if it doesn’t penetrate it still does damage in the form of spall shrapnel Edit: also you put it in upside down so that the “spall liner” (which is a layer of plastic) was facing up. This same “spall liner” is used in car windows.

  • The science behind that one is actually really cool.

  • Galileo would be proud

  • How do I summit a will pin ya I have a great idea!!

  • Why british ppl always chew bread while they speak?

  • Bulletproof glass vs bulletproof glass?

  • 100kg??????

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  • That is cool guys

  • Glass is upside down boys.

  • 120 lbs

  • I can say that you are in Gravity Center

  • i ' br sub

  • 559LBS

  • Don’t try!!!!!🙂🤐🤐

  • 56 ib

  • 102KG Idk

  • 100kg

  • Had you done it upside down... The balls would've separated every layer, not to mention how much glass would be EVERYWHERE!!!! xD

  • Should've done it from the top!

  • 99kg

  • So the top layer is bottom layer and vice versa. Didnt realise it had a certain way.

  • I think 200 pounds IDK in kilos

  • 126lbs

  • Really heavy

  • This is really dumb

  • 174 pounds

  • Do until it breaks

  • 56kg

  • 100kg

  • 5lb

  • I think the glass is going to explode

  • Ojala y mi corazon fuera como ese vidrio para que ella no me lo rompira mas :c

  • It is 133131313778809955 tons

  • 400kg

  • 135 lbs


  • They do realize that bullet proof glass has a first layer made of plastic, Right?

  • 4:33 I got sand in my mouth

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  • 50 pounds

  • 100kg

  • 31k likes short

  • 101 kg