How a Slinky falls in Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys





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Published on Aug 26, 2012

A heck of a lot of people asked Gav and Dan to film this in slow motion.
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Inspired by this video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCMmmE...
Filmed at 1600fps with a Phantom Flex

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Oscar Cabral
It would be awesome to see a slinky that's like a mile long dropped from high up in the sky so you can see it hang in mid air in real time.
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Junky Enoshims
They should have filmed Gavin running to the camera in slow motion
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hinata uzumaki
i love how gav just runs to the camera 😂😂😂
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Tasia Boldyreva
Dear Gavin, I like that haystack on your head. With love, a fan. No seriously, it looks greeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaatttttttttt. XD
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Spooky Cutie
I think scientists could discover modern-day Dodos residing in the nest of Gavin's hair.
Slashscreen Entertainment
It just hovers I know why but it's unnatural and I don'T LIKE IIIT
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Blake Hanley
You should have also done a slinky going down steps.
Zeta Hellstorm
The reason the bottom ring doesn't fall untill the top other rings reach it is because the force making the slinky fall (gravity) is equal pressure to the top part of the slinky pulling the bottom ring up, which causes Neutral Boyance. In simple terms, Top ring pull bottom ring up but gravity push ring down and ring stay in place!
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His name is Gay?
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The slinky's just like "Fuck gravity, I decide when I fall!" 
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