Log in with a social network:
Log in with your username or email:
Faked. No question about it.
Actually this is the helpful part, when I was in the military we used long range transmitters that used the microwave frequency too, and they easily melted and warmed up things on your person. This is well documented and lots of people have experienced it, they use the same frequency as cel phones. Anyway cell phones definitely heat things up like I said I used one while dialing out an it worked (heated but did not pop), plus the video has no editing, explain that.
Anyway, Canada is cool..not matter how much people make fun of it..I`d rather be there than in the US.
You rock too :) <3
it was pooe acting.
(A heat pad is used for many different things including brewing beer at home, which my partner does. They come in many different sizes and simply plug in to a power outlet)
Did you hear the click of the power switch being turned off after the kernels finished popping? and the annoying guy saying it wasn`t going to work lean behind his mates to switch it off? Look at him after its over..
Turns out, nothing that should fit a human ear fits mine.
My body is just WEIRD! D:
You`re entitled to your opinion, at least you`re not misleading the internet peeps, but I have to ask, what did you have for breakfast today? We want to know, seriously.
jkbut it looks real if it is fake
P.S. KIDS, don`t listen to "lUnderground", she`s Canadian.
It`s worth mentioning that being a music video designer I see the film industry has an amazing set of tools in their disposal to be able to make almost anything real. With that being said I was curious to see if this has been edited so I took it into a frame splitter after downloading the original from youtube and loaded all of the frames into a photoshop file. I won`t give you the details but by comparing the image noise on the kernels to that of the rest of the footage I found there was a match between the two noises. Furthermore the chromatic shift on the kernels more surprisingly matched the footage. What this means is that this could ONLY have been taken LIVE, and unedited while grabbing the entire footage from a single lens in a single take etc.
I can guarantee that the footage is real and such, but not necessarily that the video is real. With that said the easy solution to that was to actually try it which I did just a minute ago.........
This is the internet, and the only people to be harmed by bs they learned online are those that deserve nothing less. The rest of us know what to expect.
Anyway, that was clearly fake, notice the faint ring on the purple cloth, just where the kernels are? I`m guessing thats a hotplate - and thats why the kernels pop. Easy explanation very obvious trick, but still a bit entertaining nonetheless - which was the whole point all along.
emzrokFemale, 13-17, Western US
kooshi_govnoMale, 13-17, Southern US
genericuserFemale, 13-17, Eastern US (Worst offender)
yo-i-am-lukeMale, 18-29, Europe
nutcasemanMale, 18-29, Southern
OhnjaynbMale, 18-29, Eastern US
The following people are idiots. This is REALLY sad how people are just willing to spew blatantly wrong information to the general public. Now I`m not going to say that it is "real" or not but really these people have no way of knowing yet they try to push their viewpoints onto everyone else.
Obiously, I`m kidding.
It`s a sort of clam, right?
Um, hate to tell you, but cell phones kept in the front pocket does reduce a man`s "potency."
(I really don`t think this is legit, guuys...)