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Two cars traveling at 50 MPH, hitting each other does not equal a 100 MPH crash. This crash would be the equivalent of a single car hitting a solid wall at 50 miles an hour.
So that's where my old Nissan Sentra went after I traded it in for a new car!
how fast were the cars going???
You should crash a school bus in to a truck
dont want to be the bummer but those cars got a smash of 50 km/h each and not a 100, for more explanation see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-W937NM11o8
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5:38 "look at the steam escaping from there" nah mate that badass lizard running for its life is escaping.
Lol it looks like a smiley face 7:01 and the GoPro
The logic used on figuring out your speed /crash energy are completely wrong and defy the laws of physics,rather than double it, it is the difference in weight of the vehicles. This mock test would have been more accurately perceived had there been one car used to crash into a fixed surface or used two that shared the exact same weight
Did anyone see the giant 🦎 lizard take off running to the left after the impact?!?!?!?😱
That poor Acord shouldn’t be allowed :(
Mythbusters proved that 2 cars hitting each other at 50 mph doesn't equal 100 mph impact.
5:37 anyone see the bat raptor run away from the crash
Lizard makes his escape at 8:20
The wind screen!? LMAO 🤣 you British twats it's a bloody windshield!!
5:38 was this an Animal?
@7:07 That free-on Freon joke by Dan 👌👌👌👌
I think it only made a 100-120 KM/h combined
5:37 who else saw that lizard thing
If a car at 25 mph hits another car going 25 mph it would be an impact speed of 25 mph, not 50 because of Isaac Newton’s 3 law of motion