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2013-01-10 05:24:11 PM
Oh look. it's this video again
 
2013-01-10 05:58:46 PM
Why? Oh, why?
 
2013-01-10 06:10:04 PM
Oh look. it's this video again
 
2013-01-10 06:31:23 PM
Oh look. it's this video again
 
2013-01-10 06:37:37 PM
old video is old
 
2013-01-10 06:42:29 PM
I had never seen it. Holy crap.
 
2013-01-10 07:11:23 PM
Oh look. it's this video again

/actually I never saw it before but this is fun
 
2013-01-10 07:43:14 PM
Who knew hooch was good for head trauma?
 
2013-01-10 08:04:25 PM
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe this video has been on here before.

/Still fun to watch again though. Russians do redneck better than we do.
 
2013-01-10 08:19:29 PM
Jesus, you could rupture someone's anus doing that.
 
2013-01-10 10:42:37 PM

Lsherm: Jesus, you could rupture someone's anus doing that.


Depends if you put the strapon right.
 
2013-01-10 10:54:21 PM
Hold my vodka and watch this.
 
2013-01-10 11:20:04 PM

Tillmaster: Why? Oh, why?


Because vodak.
 
2013-01-10 11:21:56 PM
i see

concussion
cervical vertebrae damage
internal injury
prolapse (okay, maybe not this last one)
 
2013-01-10 11:40:36 PM

Lsherm: Jesus, you could rupture someone's anus doing that.


If I had a nickel blah blah blah...
 
2013-01-10 11:43:25 PM
Oldie but goodie....I'm gon go with "Thanks,subaroo" because I hadn't seen the Full Director's Extended Cut version.
Glad to see there was more booze brought out at the end.

/Or was that jenkem?
 
2013-01-11 12:19:26 AM

Tillmaster: Why? Oh, why?


Because nobody from Florida was dumb enough to do it
 
2013-01-11 02:48:12 AM
I just came here to point out that this video is NOT a repeat.

The man in the video is just insanely gullible, and keeps falling for the exact same trick time and time again.

So if you ever see this video again, keep that in mind.
 
2013-01-11 03:13:36 AM
The vodak is strong with this one
 
2013-01-11 03:46:42 AM
At 0:35 there is a single frame where you can see the airbag fully inflated and his butt has risen about one foot off stack of tires. His head hasn't moved much, maybe an inch or so, the frame has some blur artifacts from the crappy camera.

Either he got about a foot shorter for a split second at liftoff, or he bent his back in a 'C' quite badly.

With the bag fully inflated, the explosion and its thrust is long over. He now coasts to apogee near the roof, and returns to earth on a ballistic trajectory.

I'm assuming the frame rate of the camera is on the order of 32 frames per second. Correct me here if you know differently.

If you went 1 foot in 1/32 of a second, and started out with a speed of zero, how fast did you accelerate? Units are feet and seconds.

x = x0 + v0t + att/2

1 = 0 + 0 + a (1/32 * 1/32) /2

1 = a * 0.000488281

a = 2048 feet per second squared.

The force of gravity is 32 feet per second squared.

I get 64 G's. Fatal, but he only took it for 1/32 of a second. Then zero G's for the rest of the flight.

Obviously he can't accelerate that fast, and didn't. That's why his head isn't moving in that frame and his ass is trying to go through him. His spine can't lift a body that now weighs 64 times normal, and simply bends out of the way. Now granted, his spine only supports his upper body, call that 1/3 of his mass, that's still about 20 times his body weight, and he can't do it. His spine yields and bends in a 'C'.

I'm guessing spinal injury at least, though his internal organs may have been somewhat protected by the yielding of his spine. Had it not bent, they would have come out his ass. (and may have). It's possible his clothing and the padding placed over the charge saved his ass, literally, by keeping everything inside.

His brain was hit by the bottom of his skull hard enough to knock him out. He slept through his suborbital journey, and likely lost his short-term memory as well - and has no idea what happend except that his ass hurts.

Fortunately, there is video.

And vodak.

Disclaimer: I assume he moves 1 foot in one frame, 32 frames per second. This seems impossible given the high predicted G load. My hunch is that it took more than 1/32 of a second for his ass to get a foot off the launch pad.
 
2013-01-11 04:16:28 AM
Hahaha, we just permanently injured you!
 
2013-01-11 12:32:23 PM
Looking at the video closely, it appears (again the video quality is terrible) there's a bulge at his crotch and his clothing is beginning to darken in that area. Anyone else see it?

The way he's sitting stunned and not wanting to speak or move is sad. His body is trashed, perhaps mortally so.

A buddy once told me that Russians have no souls. It's not true for all of them, but his friends appear to fit into that catagory.

Real nice guys.
 
2013-01-11 05:14:37 PM
Has anyone mentioned that this is a repeat?
 
2013-01-11 05:19:14 PM

studebaker hoch: At 0:35 there is a single frame where you can see the airbag fully inflated and his butt has risen about one foot off stack of tires. His head hasn't moved much, maybe an inch or so, the frame has some blur artifacts from the crappy camera.

Either he got about a foot shorter for a split second at liftoff, or he bent his back in a 'C' quite badly.

With the bag fully inflated, the explosion and its thrust is long over. He now coasts to apogee near the roof, and returns to earth on a ballistic trajectory.

I'm assuming the frame rate of the camera is on the order of 32 frames per second. Correct me here if you know differently.

If you went 1 foot in 1/32 of a second, and started out with a speed of zero, how fast did you accelerate? Units are feet and seconds.

x = x0 + v0t + att/2

1 = 0 + 0 + a (1/32 * 1/32) /2

1 = a * 0.000488281

a = 2048 feet per second squared.

The force of gravity is 32 feet per second squared.

I get 64 G's. Fatal, but he only took it for 1/32 of a second. Then zero G's for the rest of the flight.

Obviously he can't accelerate that fast, and didn't. That's why his head isn't moving in that frame and his ass is trying to go through him. His spine can't lift a body that now weighs 64 times normal, and simply bends out of the way. Now granted, his spine only supports his upper body, call that 1/3 of his mass, that's still about 20 times his body weight, and he can't do it. His spine yields and bends in a 'C'.

I'm guessing spinal injury at least, though his internal organs may have been somewhat protected by the yielding of his spine. Had it not bent, they would have come out his ass. (and may have). It's possible his clothing and the padding placed over the charge saved his ass, literally, by keeping everything inside.

His brain was hit by the bottom of his skull hard enough to knock him out. He slept through his suborbital journey, and likely lost his short-term memory as well - and has no idea what happend except that his a ...


www.goodrich.com

When I worked F-16s it was said that if you egress, it will shorten your spine by 1 inch.
 
2013-01-12 03:40:07 AM
Definitly cannot see if the russian died on the way to the hospital. This could be a snuff film.

Notice how they hand him the vodka bottle afterwards? Drink this, youll be fine.
 
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