Posted by biocrazy1 on May. 26, 2010
Be funny. Don't be mean. We may remove comments that cross the line.
Comby - 5/26/2010 9:41:32 AM
I wish that the order of posts were sorted the other way around. That way the "first" posters would always be on top, because they are so awesome and original.
soccerdad - 2 years ago
In russia, bridges drive over YOU!
xplorer813 - 2 years ago
This bridge is excellent for coitus
ManBearPig916 - 2 years ago
LOL @ all the people who claim expansion/contraction cannot manifest from torsional motion on a beam. This is a radially asymmetric beam, which means it isn't a cylinder. Therefore, torsional effects manifest out-of-plane, cross-sectional displacements, which effects length. Because of this, the cross-section suffers abnormally in comparison to how a cylinder would react, and you see BOTH expansion/contraction AND warping.
dirtylilmonkey - 2 years ago
@ManBearPig916 in other words, look at that bridge dance! dar!
navyguy50 - 2 years ago
Or it was built like that on purpose to withstand earthquakes, and this was a test. Break, please step up your game.
KillBill101 - 2 years ago
In Russia, bridge build people not people build bridge.
explosiwe - 2 years ago
pimpbott - 2 years ago
I think I saw my walls do that when I was smoking PCP.
WorstNameEver - 2 years ago
This kind of thing really happens, so I don't know why Break feels the need to post video that was done with a couple of distortion filters. Notice the thickness of the bridge changing while it moves. Break sucks.
ManBearPig916 - 2 years ago
@WorstNameEver This stuff happens when bridges are designed without regards to possible wind conditions. Tacoma Narrows Bridge suffered quite often of oscillations and it fell apart one day. The "thickness" that varies may be a result of cross-sectional deflections as a result to torsion. It happens that torsional effects upon radially symmetric bodies are nice and neat, but when a non-radial cross-section like that of a bridge meets a torsional internal load, there is OUT OF PLANE bending. This means some of the mass in
@WorstNameEver Therefore, some of the mass moves axially. If we assume the bridge remains in one piece, then we can also assume that the width and height would vary with the length. On average, the length doesn't increase nor decrease, but the movement of mass along the length in various cross-sectional positions changes the shape of the cross-section. It would appear that the widgth and height may vary as a result. Go twist an eraser and see what's up.
kflis - 2 years ago
In Russia bridge crosses you!
BluBBaa - 2 years ago
At least, the russian ones don't collapse than the american ones do, or did.
symstealth - 2 years ago
@BluBBaa Your English.... It fails.
kris1990 - 2 years ago
What? some of you people insist this is real? Look at 00:10.. It's obviously fake!
@kris1990 You are looking at a surface at 45 degrees from the horizontal, and the camera is very close to that angle. It isn't a camera trick. The surface is very prone to hiding behind itself with the camera placement. When driving over a hill, do you see the other side before the crest? I take this as the result of vibrational resonance, torsionally, of a trapezoid.
Mrjohnson2289 - 2 years ago
and no this is not the tesla effect BRO
this is fake. check out the Tacoma Narrows Bridge video though, something similar occured during a gale.
liquigel - 2 years ago
I didn't know cement can wobble like taffy. Fake!
Harold-Dumur - 2 years ago
iberian - 2 years ago
Tesla effect...Matched frequency equals oscillation...Bro!
mtheard - 2 years ago
Perhaps....if you put a drunk guy on a wobbly bridge....would he be able to walk straight? Would the movement of the bridge counteract his inebriated state?
panderbear - 2 years ago
Fake..........dude walking seems unconcerned. Good job Break.
hungryherb - 2 years ago
This isnt even a good fake guys, cmon, I could do this on my mac with a simple effect from imovie, Maybe final cut, But i think even imovie could pull this off, Hope no one got money from this, That would just tick me off,
Eric-Daniels-968 - 10 months ago
@hungryherb My 11 year old nephew could do better than that and keep the pinching effect out so that it looks real. Even the sound effects are looped and weak. a bridge would make a more distinct louder more godzilla-y.... i watched a bridge come down in destin florida, about the same length and more narrow and it was a bone chilling sound. not a worn out floor board lol.
GaryMcGillan - 2 years ago
in soviet russia, bridge wobbles you!
Lucidmike78 - 2 years ago
This is fake. You can see the obvious CG effects. Sure Russians might be behind technology, but they know not to build a bridge without doing some wind tests on it.
kelsinsky - 2 years ago
Now imagine that happening all around you..... that's how a strong earthquake looks like!
RascuacheIntel - 2 years ago
makes me feel like i'm trippin balls
crich2010 - 2 years ago
samtheman and djmotown have the SAME EXECT POST fml
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