Is It Possible To Fill A Room With Water?

Submitted by: emmettyville 5 years ago in Entertainment

Well, watch and see!
There are 61 comments:
Male 25,416
Why?
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Male 265
Yes Yugure, that was my way of being sarcastic.
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Male 622
complete waste of time, water, materials, house, money, my life!
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Male 3,631
The Wet Bandits - that`s WET Bandits! W, e, t, - B, a, d..d, n,

<whack> SHUTUP MARV!
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Female 1,203
"Yet for some strange reason people who live on the coastline don`t drink ocean water. I wonder why that is."

Really? I know I`m late to the party with this comment but I can`t help it. Did you miss the part where salt water is not drinkable because it is...you know...salt? Also, the water only turned brown after filling the room which was probably full of dirt and dust. I wish I lived in Norway and was surrounded by awesome, fresh drinking water.
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Male 265
@Tacos

Perhaps you missed the part where that water is either dumped in the ocean or on hillsides.
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Male 159
Its Norway, so the water filling up the room is most likely of a better quality than you average bottle-water! (no kidding! water quality from pipes in Norway is that good! In blind-tests bottle-water usually looses to our tapwater)

Anyhow, freshwater is so common over here, that wasting a little water wont hurt anyone!

Btw, that show is pure awesomeness! ;)
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Male 620
Wowummwow,

Perhaps you missed the part where it evaporates and later becomes potential clean drinking water?
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Male 417
I found Waldo!
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Male 265
"water is 64 pounds per sq foot. it`d be like if you put an elephant in that room "

Please look up the definition of density.
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Male 265
"I have found this wonderful image to explain why its not. Its even in bright colors and the sun has a smiley face so the majority of i-a-b can better understand the concepts presented."

Yet for some strange reason people who live on the coastline don`t drink ocean water. I wonder why that is.

How about if we rephrase the comment so it`s easier to understand: waste of clean drinking water.
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Male 707
@Tacos4brkfst
I don`t get it.. Is the jolly-high looking sun stealing our lakes to cool down? or what?
The bright colors do nothing!
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Male 151
water is 64 pounds per sq foot. it`d be like if you put an elephant in that room
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Male 620
"Waste of water"
I have found this wonderful image to explain why its not. Its even in bright colors and the sun has a smiley face so the majority of i-a-b can better understand the concepts presented.

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Male 707
yay for weird norwegians:3
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Male 914
Jesus, people. Haven`t any of you heard of a condemned house before? And the water was probably pumped in from a lake. All that was wasted here was a bit of diesel fuel to operate the pump.
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Female 2,525
What a waste.
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Male 1,010
"Don`t try this at home" :-) Great show.

They have a regular sequence where they have a rocket- scientist come on the show, and then they launch random objects up into the sky :-)
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Male 928
If the floor didn`t cave the window would have gone the moment enough pressure built against it.
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Male 5,811
You did *what* with all that water?


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Male 14,331
They had to ruin a perfectly good house and everything in it to show the obvious???

@davymid

You doubt the strength of plywood try breaking a sheet over your head.
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Male 526
you see that`s a built thing into all modern houses, the floor breaks away to prevent that from happening. it saves lives.
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Male 6

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Male 157
Yeah, that sorta happens when you have a load of weight the floor cannot take.
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Male 319
That isn`t a waste of water. That`s a waste of a nice looking house.
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Male 1,511
Oops! We used the wrong house.
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Male 653
@TKD_Master With the greatest of respect to the laws of conservation, I think someone having an olympic swimming pool and not using it is wasting the potential of the water to keep people alive.
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Male 1
That is complete waste of water.

Bathroom Faucets
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Male 164
What a wonderful way to squeeze that last bit of fun out of the house before it`s demolished.
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Male 173
"Waste of water" - If you notice the color of the water, it`s brownish. It`s probably pumped from a nearby lake. So no waste of drinking water.
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Male 2
Jey!
This is from the Norwegian program "ikke gjør dette hjemme" - "don`t do this at home". its on the Norwegian chanel NRK- now in its season 2.
The two crazy guys are trying everything that you shold not do home..
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Male 4,793
"Waste of water. "

The only possible way we could `waste` water is by sending it out into space and not getting it back. We may make it dirty, but it`s super easy to clean it again (google search graphene and its uses in filtration). As long as the water stays on this planet, we can not `waste` it as per the law of conservation of mass and energy.
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Male 3
Waste of water.
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Male 3,842
My Fremen side is horrified at the flagrant waste.
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Male 12,138
[quote]@Quackor. My wife (she`s canadian) gets pissed whenever I tell her I think canadians live in "cardboard houses" because I`m used to concrete haha. So I obviously tease her a lot with it.[/quote]
True dat. As a European living in Canada, I have to avert my eyes every time I see a house under construction. The knowledge that my own house is fundamentally made from f*cking plywood is disturbing to me in the extreme.
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Female 6,381
It`s far more an east/west difference than US/Canada. In the eastern states and from Ontario east (though not Newfie), people built and still build with what was traditional in Europe. Out west there was wood in almost endless quantities and towns had to go up fast in the early days. It set the standard up til today.
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Male 2,516
@Quackor. My wife (she`s canadian) gets pissed whenever I tell her I think canadians live in "cardboard houses" because I`m used to concrete haha. So I obviously tease her a lot with it.
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Female 4,441
yeeha!
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Male 2,855
wood houses are gay, try it with a concrete home dumbasses
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Male 1,582
That happened to my old house. We had bought a new house and had no one living there. The toilet sprang a leak and eventually the whole second floor collapsed. Good thing we had home owners insurance, because the insurance company practically rebuilt the entire house new, and furnished it for a $500 deductible. We were freaking out until we knew we were covered.
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Male 5,620
Their mom is gonna be sooooooo pissed.
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Male 314
This is pretty close to what I`d do with a spare house to be destroyed.
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Male 15,510
A little bit of background story would be nice
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Male 2,737
That water didn`t look to damn clean to me.Looked like sea water or lake water. Nasty.
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Female 26
All I could think about was how many peoples` houses this happens to from floods, etc., and they`re devastated. And these guys just do it for fun.
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Male 2,229
O_o why? Money to burn, or something?
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Male 1,249
And the 884 million people in the world without clean drinking water want to punch them in the face
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Male 542
Are they eccentric billionaires?
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Male 900
Sigh. Now what am I gonna do to him.
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Male 104
yeah, that`s the kind of thing we do when we`re bored. Can always buy another house.
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Male 1,471
Norwegians.. Crazy draters..
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Male 3,894
What kind of question is this?

"it depends on what the room is made of"

is the ONLY answer. If the weight of the water is greater than the structural integrity of the weakest point on the room (windows, doors, or even the floor) then you won`t manage to fill it. Otherwise, you will.
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Male 185
lolol
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Male 878
That was an expensive little experiment.
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Male 2,033
Is this like, mythbusters for the mentally challenged or something?
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Female 1,441
It`s because the house was made of wood. Duuur.
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Male 217
no. no it`s not.
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Male 1,586
Yea, I didn`t think so.
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Female 1,008
Why would you want to?
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Male 7,834
That was really dumb, but entertaining to watch.
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Female 4,441
Link: Is It Possible To Fill A Room With Water? [Rate Link] - Well, watch and see!
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