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  1. Watch This Big Red Hot Ball of Nickel Melt Through a Bunch of Crayons Like Nothing [Video]

    You could probably sell that block of wax for 40 bucks on Etsy.

    Ever wanted to know what it looks like with a big ball of unbearable, unstoppable heat passes through a bunch of crayons? Well, the guy behind the carsandwater Youtube channel did just that for you. Although personally I'm pretty bummed that he didn't have more crayons, because this was a really cool thing to look at that.

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  2. Red Hot Ball of Nickel Turns Honey Into Slime From Ghostbusters II [Video]

    Oh sure, we've all thought about what it would be like to drop a ball of hot nickel into a big pot of honey, but few have ever dared to act on it. Thankfully, we live in a world with YouTube and its user carsandwater who has an affinity for heating objects up, and then doing weird stuff with them. His latest experiment turns ordinary looking honey into what looks an awful lot like the slime from Ghostbuster II, only instead of using New York City's negative energy, carsandwater uses a red hot ball of metal.

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  3. Ever Wondered What a Ball of Red Hot Nickel Would Do to a Block of Ice? [Video]

    One of the greatest things to come out of the creation of YouTube is the ability for pretty much anyone to video any kind of thing and throw it up for the viewing pleasure of others. There were other ways before YouTube, but the video giant centralizes things well. It also allows creators of videos to field suggestions from their viewers, and that's just what YouTube user carsandwater did. They've been heating up balls of nickel and placing them in things, and one comment suggested that they place the red hot ball of nickel on a block of ice.

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