What happens when you drop a perfectly balanced stack of balls? And how is the result like a supernova? The classic momentum transfer demonstration, taken to the next level. A big thank you to my nephews and niece Drew, Max and Whitney for creating the trampoline footage! Thank you to the Vlogbrothers for sponsoring this video, to Kyle Kitzmiller for filming, and to Island School on Kauai for providing the balls (ischool.org). Help us translate our videos! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UC7DdEm33SyaTDtWYGO2CwdA&tab=2 Music: YouTube Space Images/animation: NASA instagram.com/thephysicsgirl facebook.com/thephysicsgirl twitter.com/thephysicsgirl physicsgirl.org
Imran Khan: Forget physics..the girl is damn cute
Michael Stone: I want to see this done with exercise ball on the bottom and a marble on top for a total of 5 balls! Is there a way we can estimate the height of the marble from a drop of ~1m?
adhitya ausome: if we stack 10 balls and drop it from Burj Khalifa, what would happen?
Monster E: How did you balance the golf ball?
Spencer Panes: Your videos are awesome :)
Timeless Fox: what happens if you put the basketball on top of the bouncy ball on top of the golf ball?
Emily Chidester: how high can the balls bounce i played that part on loud in my classroom
Jason Denney: Clearly even a fool can see all nasa pics are fake
Jason Denney: There r no novas. All lies
Zak-Attack: “KeNiTiC EnErGy”
PixelShroom: I wish I was as high as that ball
kenalexander1: Can this be used to send rockets into space?
Mr.Blonde Guy: Mr. Tapia sent me here
Damien Gordon: "wowwweeee"
Life tutorials with Drew and Evan: These are really cool videos. I appreciate that they don’t use cheap deception like clickbait or YouTube algorithm.
Hula Mermaid: this looks like Kalawai Park
prof.bizzarro: Physics girl, you make the science exciting. The simplest things became incredible.
I hope teachers get inspiration from you. I <3 ϕ
Amipotsophspond: so it's elastic potential energy and not newton's 3rd law (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newton%27s_laws_of_motion), so it's not like the newtons cradle https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newton%27s_cradle. so I can deform that basket ball and it will spring the smaller ball 28 feet up just as high. so it's not conservation of momentum https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Momentum#Conservation so the basket ball upon releasing it's elastic energy does not bounce as high because of vibration reverberation? This is a great example of physics and GIRL. a girl doing physics its so cute like a puppy counting, hopefully all this helps her find a man. lol really just joking its because of the channel name that I say this, that is hopefully female empowering and not male shaming. you should make a experiment video proving if this is a example of elastic energy or kinetic transfer transfer. perhaps using device that presses the balls down and release them, I am sure you will think of something. Galilean cannons are neat https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galilean_cannon.
Ike Winsor: Would it be possible, with enough balls, to enter orbit? I think this could have some practical applications for space flight hmm🤔
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