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    Prince Rupert's Drop - the most interesting way to break glass

    Some seriously cool high speed footage of an interesting characteristic of glass cooled in a particular way

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    that was very interesting indeed. Great find Matt and thanks for sharing with us
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    That was technically amazing Matt.
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    It was great to see it in slow motion

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    That was awesome!
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    That is really interesting
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