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... by Minute Physics you get to see exactly what goes into make a commercial airplane, including a test that involves shooting ducks into the moving engineā€¦ just incase it ever happened in real life.  ...
2. Girl Who Can't Stop Sneezing
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...  Even though a sneeze travels out of your nose at speeds of over 100 m.p.h, I have full confidence that I will one day be able to sneeze with my eyes open... even if it involves duct tape. I will also ...
3. People Jump Into Thorn Bush
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Painful-looking festival in India that involves throwing yourself into a huge pile of thorns. http://vidoss.com/files/vidsage/crazy_unusual/people_jump_into.flv Painful-looking festival in India ...
4. Highest Bike Jumper Robbie Maddison
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... The jump was the first-ever Red Bull Experiment, which involves world-class athletes attempting world-first athletic achievements. ...

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