Would you trust a scientific principle with your life? This guy does.
Rather than simply prove Newtonian laws of circular motion on a small scale model within a lab, Andreas Wahl decided to up the stakes and put his own life on the line.
Hanging 46 feet off the ground, the physicist proves that objects rotate faster when they approach a central point by trusting a counter weight to halt his free fall, which could end in death or, at the very least, many broken bones.
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But, no matter how intelligent you might consider yourself to be, I can’t recommend attempting this one at home.