Rubber bands can become colder than room temperature through sheer mechanical force. Stretching one heats it up (duh) but letting it contract cools it below its starting temperature. Let that weirdness sink in for a moment.
A giant rubber band ball? So much fun. Just slice the thing open and you’ll see it quickly grow and explode up and basically find the monster that wants to unleash itself from its rubber ball prison. Once its cut open, the sound is also interesting to listen to. You can hear the slow movement that the bands are making…
This has to be one of the grossest and coolest things I've seen in a while: A guy cutting a giant rubber band ball in half. At one point it feels like the thing is alive and getting ready to jump on the dude's face and suck his bodily fluids out of his eyes, mouth, and nostrils. Disgusting spaghetti monster.
Witness the awesome power of a fully armed and operational package of rubber bands. This video shows exactly what it looks like when a watermelon detonates under the force of hundreds of rubber bands, in awesome HD, courtesy of The Slow Mo Guys.
Without a doubt, this is the nerdiest, coolest Lego weapons ever created: a fully functional replica of the Lancer Assault Rifle from Gears of Wars. One that fires rubberbands. For real. The video shows how it works.
Classroom warfare is tough. You have teachers hounding your stash, cute girls to impress, punk kids coming up with punkier ways to punk you—basically a lot to worry about. That's why you need this rubberband shooting ruler.
Heating generally expands a substance. Yet if you heat up rubber bands, they shrink — and when they're stretched they get hotter. What's going on?
The problems that you might have with a Stretch Shelf start with the realization that you need storage space for something more than a couple of books.
Actually this product is lacking tech entirely, but it is still a really innovative idea that I'm pretty angry that I didn
t think of. These are four-way rubber bands. Basically it is just like two rubber bands that are attached perpendicularly to each other to properly secure things like board games, books, papers…