Bowling balls are strong and dense and basically indestructible. Well, that’s until you start hitting them with different caliber bullets just to see what will happen. A .22 caliber bullet from a pistol barely even dents the bowling ball while a .50 BMG incendiary round impossibly shreds it in half. Demolition Ranch…
I'm sure that professional and semi-professional bowlers know that high end bowling balls are not solid but contain weird-looking cores that are supposed to make your game better. I don't know how much science is there, but you can listen to the explanation on this marketing video by ball manufacturer Storm.
To this day, I've never felt dumber than when elementary school me thought that 100 pounds of bowling balls would fall faster than 100 pounds of feathers. This video doesn't show that riddle in action but something even cooler: how things fall at the same rate inside the world's largest vacuum chamber.
As wonderful as the new Muppet movie is, it could, like all things in like, use more Bunsen and Beaker. In this deleted scene, our favorite puppet crackpot inventor shows off his remote controlled bowling ball, with predictably disastrous results.
Everybody remembers Sony's Bravia Bouncing Balls comercial where colorful, inoffensive bouncing balls dance across a city street, right? Nissan remixed that spot a few months ago and replaced the bouncing balls with bowling balls. Yes they did. Watch the damage here.
Jesus Quintana that is. That's right, with this Wiimote accessory you are just a pair of ugly shoes away from an unparalleled home bowling experience.
Worried about the prospect of losing his flash drive in a world of ever-shrinking electronics, Chris Spurge permanently mounted his flash drive into a sixteen-pound bowling ball.