All of use have used magnets, from posting reminders on our fridge's door to powering our childhood toys (those magnetic kiddie fishing poles from the '90s are the shiznit!).
What some of you might not know though is that these educational and useful metal-attracting pieces of iron can be used to feed one specific hunger every bro has: Seeing stuff getting smashed!
Enter first4magnets, a YouTube channel dedicated to all fans of magnetic things. Using two big neodymium magnets, the group destroyed (or at least tried to) several objects, from innocent apples to an old iPhone.
Why? FOR SCIENCE, OF COURSE!
Take a look:
Video via first4magnets
Man, the (magnetic) force is strong in this one!
Why wasn't this "experiment" a part of our science classes back then? Oh yeah: It comes with a certain level of danger (mangled fingers, anyone?). Safety first every time, fellas!
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