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  • Published on Sep 5, 2022 veröffentlicht
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    I show you how to make a coin land on its side very time it is flipped
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Comments • 266

  • antoś
    antoś 3 months ago +1920

    "Heads or tails"
    "Tails, you get heads"
    "No I choose side"

  • Maharathy
    Maharathy 3 months ago +733

    Al: You can see I can't even knock it over.
    Coin: Haha! Got you.

  • Fallza
    Fallza 3 months ago +164

    Action Lab out here answering all the questions nobody asked. And i love it

    • M uz
      M uz 2 months ago

      @Utube Fknsucks - They'll get a laser and prove him wrong.

  • Partial Chameleon
    Partial Chameleon 3 months ago +368

    "I can't even knock it over"
    *knocks over*

    • Dont read my User name
      Dont read my User name 22 days ago

      @Patches Plays don't worry i'll teach it to ya

    • Patches Plays
      Patches Plays 22 days ago

      @Dont read my User name I don’t think I speak this language-

    • it's me
      it's me 2 months ago +1

      @Dont read my User name 🗿

    • Efficient Gaming
      Efficient Gaming 2 months ago +3

      @Dont read my User name 🤣🤣🤣 yeah I've had those moments myself

    • Dont read my User name
      Dont read my User name 2 months ago +4

      @Efficient Gaming i have no idea what i typed myself

  • Soup Xv
    Soup Xv 3 months ago +89

    Imagine being the first hominid to move a rock and be really freaked out by the other rock you didn’t touch suddenly start chasing your hand

    • Votesus
      Votesus 2 months ago +1

      They won’t be the first hominid

  • Chraman
    Chraman 3 months ago +242

    'Let's flip a coin, heads you kiss me, tails you kiss me'

    • bruh
      bruh 2 months ago +32

      Crush:*plot armor activate*

  • Ben Gonzales
    Ben Gonzales 5 days ago

    One time I dropped a quarter on a linoleum floor and it landed on its edge. Wish I'd been recording.

  • royksk
    royksk 3 months ago +1

    Something I’ve often wondered: when you have a north point on a magnetic compass' needle, is that actually the south pole of needle's magnetic field?

  • Blue Mist
    Blue Mist 3 months ago +52

    The reason why it’s Steel penny Is because those coins were produce during WW2 and they needed copper for bullets so they just diverted the metal into bullet making instead of mint making .

    • The Wok Gaming
      The Wok Gaming 2 months ago

      @Nori Lynnfield That's why I said "were"

    • Nori Lynnfield
      Nori Lynnfield 2 months ago

      @The Wok Gaming I thought they were worth nothing as legal tender

    • The Wok Gaming
      The Wok Gaming 2 months ago +3

      @Nick Kerr I thought pennies were worth 1 cent

    • Nick Kerr
      Nick Kerr 2 months ago +7

      And if you find a copper penny from that year, it’s worth about $200k

    • Nikki Berry
      Nikki Berry 3 months ago +5

      Thank you. I was scrolling these comments trying to figure out how he got a steel penny.

  • smile or go bye bye
    smile or go bye bye 3 months ago +50

    "I can't even knock it over"
    **Knocks it over**

  • Blackholefourspam
    Blackholefourspam 2 months ago

    It would be so cool yet so terrifying to own a magnet that powerful

  • Sumit Rahi
    Sumit Rahi 2 months ago +2

    So we can all agree that
    All the interesting stuff starts with "It has a magnet...... "

  • Hemp farmer 2020
    Hemp farmer 2020 3 months ago +4

    Damn that’s a really nice 1943 wheat penny. Looks to have a mint mark too.

  • CoffeeBeforeMascara
    CoffeeBeforeMascara 3 months ago +15

    The cost and logistics of delivering that magnet!!!

  • InknbeansPress
    InknbeansPress 3 months ago +1

    Do you know what I found most impressive? That you used 'its' and 'it's' correctly in the title. Rare *and* well done, sir!

  • Ken T
    Ken T 2 months ago +2

    That could be a really cool movie prop. Sort of like the top in "Inception"

  • Eyes 0pen
    Eyes 0pen 2 months ago

    A friend of mine flipped a coin and it actually landed on its side like that. Cool to learn that it happens about every one in 6,000 flips.

  • 🌹 ℝ𝕖𝕕𝕕𝕠𝕨 🌹

    Imagine asking someone to play heads or tails with you whilst doing this, that would be a good prank.

  • Maddox Reinke
    Maddox Reinke 3 months ago +1

    Him: you see I can't flip it over
    Also him: flips it over

  • Black Cheif
    Black Cheif 3 months ago

    Keep going on with the experiments!

  • Just some random piece of bread

    "Bro has infinite IQ 💀☠"

  • Electronics Italy
    Electronics Italy 2 months ago

    When I got my first big neodymium magnet some years ago I played with € cents, the nickel ones.
    I made a huge standing triangle, and other shapes too

  • daniel efosa
    daniel efosa 3 months ago +1

    This man is one heartbreak from becoming a super villain....💀

  • Johny Gibony
    Johny Gibony 8 days ago

    He actually perfectly cut out 5,999 flips multiple times

  • jakubkrcma
    jakubkrcma 2 months ago

    Amazing content, dude!!!

  • Boby G
    Boby G 3 months ago

    I've got a question, were does he store that magnet

  • Jacob Bujnowski
    Jacob Bujnowski 2 months ago

    Did coin magic for years and I knew it was a magnet from the first clip lol

  • RubinGamer1
    RubinGamer1 2 months ago

    I knew that magnetism was going to be involved. The way the coin landed showed pretty clearly that there must be a magnet nearby.

  • NotFound:(
    NotFound:( 2 months ago +1

    me: "lets flip a coin to decide whether I pass the physics exam or not, heads pass, tails also pass, hahahahaha even physics can't fail me"
    **flips coin**
    **regrets life**

  • Plant enjoyer
    Plant enjoyer 3 months ago +1

    Could be a pretty cool magic trick

  • Peter Rodrigues
    Peter Rodrigues 3 months ago

    Hold up, is it just me or does 1 in every 6000 flips sound like high odds for that??

  • Fisher Man
    Fisher Man 3 months ago +12

    Give that setup to the WH so they can learn how to balance the books.

  • Harrison Booth
    Harrison Booth 3 months ago

    THANK YOU for using the correct “its/it’s”!!! Big respect 😤

  • Andre Genter
    Andre Genter 3 months ago

    Jeez you need a weapons license for that neodymium magnet holy moly!

  • Dont read my User name
    Dont read my User name 3 months ago +33

    "So heads or tail?"
    "Nah...i choose the side"

  • william romine
    william romine 3 months ago

    Could you drop another steel penny on top of the first coin?

  • KyleBobile
    KyleBobile 2 months ago

    Now I'm gonna flip a coin 6000 times

  • Devansh Singh
    Devansh Singh 2 months ago

    I can't really knock it over
    Proceeds to knock it over 😂

  • NattoSumi
    NattoSumi 3 months ago

    The penny is actually being repelled by the magnet, but is still heavy enough to make contact with the surface of the block. He explains it weird.

  • Robert Flanagan
    Robert Flanagan 2 months ago

    Where would you store the magnet? I see it causing all kinds of problems

  • Weston Ding
    Weston Ding 3 months ago

    Genius and fun!

  • Ayush Kumar Burnwal
    Ayush Kumar Burnwal 3 months ago +12

    Action shorts- "Head's Or Tails ?"
    "Whether you choose Head or Tail, You will fail "
    "This coin always rests on its side ."
    The Coin- "You are very lucky to have me as your side."
    Enjoy !!!😂

  • Saying N*igro Makes YouTube cry

    Throw it directly into the magnet. That would be like cold fusion or something lol

  • Ha u thot
    Ha u thot 2 months ago

    i feel bad for the person who had to flip a coin 6000 times to see if that were true

  • Cameron Castillo
    Cameron Castillo 3 months ago +1

    That’s how a gate to the upside down opened up😂

  • Andi Fels
    Andi Fels 2 months ago +1

    Reminds of the shot of Bilbo dropping the Ring when he leaves Bag End. There was a magnet in the floor for that shot so that the Ring didn't bounce, illustrating it's metaphorical weight in a physical manner.

  • Cinny
    Cinny 2 months ago

    "It's just a balloon stretched over a cup" vibes

  • 8e6
    8e6 3 months ago

    That magnet is dangerous⚡

  • Ansal Kanu
    Ansal Kanu 3 months ago +2

    This is what, I guess is meant by a biased trial!😂😂

  • Brad Woods
    Brad Woods 2 months ago

    That magnet is terrifying. There’s no turning that off, and it can crush bones with the tiniest oversight.

  • Jesse Graham
    Jesse Graham 2 months ago

    Ooh! Put the magnet under a frictionless surface and see how long you can keep it spinning via different methods like using your hands, using an air compressor, etc.

  • Joseph Oglez
    Joseph Oglez 3 months ago +31

    that's a very valuable penny..

    • Bacn_
      Bacn_ Month ago

      It's worth like 10 cents

    • Smithaniel Jacquelineson
      Smithaniel Jacquelineson 3 months ago +4

      Not really, they minted a lot. (I have like 7 or 8 myself). In fact, if you have a copper penny, from 1943.... that'd actually be significantly more valuable.

    • sextus pompeius
      sextus pompeius 3 months ago +4

      @Joseph Oglez millions were made and they are fairly recent, I have a dime from 1827 that would only be worth about 20 to 30 dollars, a 1943 steel penny wouldn't be worth more

    • Joseph Oglez
      Joseph Oglez 3 months ago

      @sextus pompeius how? it's a steel wheat penny

    • sextus pompeius
      sextus pompeius 3 months ago +2

      Maybe worth a few cents more but nothing too special

  • Kono Veldora Da!
    Kono Veldora Da! 3 months ago +2

    Magnet: *Uno reverse card has a glitch. Well, nobody gets the coin flip sadly.*

  • Kelf
    Kelf Month ago

    Wonder if they used one of these for that one Twilight Zone episode?
    My mind wonders about odd things. Lol

  • Askar Akhmedov
    Askar Akhmedov 2 months ago

    I’m on my 8307th flip and still no side landing 😢

  • Amit Kumar Yadav
    Amit Kumar Yadav 3 months ago

    You can see I can't even knock it over
    Knocks it over

  • Moonlight Kpop
    Moonlight Kpop Month ago

    "I can't even knock it over"
    Coin: "drop" hmm I'm gonna prove you wrong today ig 💀

  • Robbobshiskabob Robboboscarpete

    Once every 6000 flips...my entire 36 years of flipping coins and have never done that

  • Reavenk
    Reavenk 3 months ago

    That magnet is terrifying

  • Rudy da Berry
    Rudy da Berry 3 months ago

    How would that be calculated? I’m terrible with probability so I’m curious what goes into calculating the probability of a coin landing on its side

  • Joseph Schnabel
    Joseph Schnabel 2 months ago

    Ive got a magnet 1/4 that size and its super dangerous.

  • Artyom Nikulenko
    Artyom Nikulenko 3 months ago

    A magnet that big should require a license to own lol, that thing is terrifying

  • Saksham Kumar Aggarwal
    Saksham Kumar Aggarwal 3 months ago +1

    I like your words, magic man.....

  • cat
    cat 2 months ago

    Guy:I can't even knock it over
    Coin:r u sure about that?

  • ChristopherLee
    ChristopherLee 2 months ago

    1943 was the only year the U.S. produced steel cents, if you find a copper 1943 cent or a 1944 steel cent, it's worth magnitudes more than it's weight in gold, assuming, of course it isn't a fake.. Also, for the record, the U.S. has never minted a single penny, only cents, there is a difference..

  • Fried Tomatoes
    Fried Tomatoes 2 months ago

    You're telling me that if I flip a coin 6,000 times one of those times it's going to land on its side? Are you sure where did you get that information? Now I'm going to have to spend two days flipping coins

  • Cyril Beaudry-Sarrazin
    Cyril Beaudry-Sarrazin 3 months ago +2

    Looool man, the reach of that magnet.

  • n‏‏‎b
    n‏‏‎b 3 months ago

    'i can't really knock it over', as he knocks it over

  • Kyle Keens
    Kyle Keens 2 months ago +1

    Heads or tails Mr Bond? You need to win at least once to go free.

  • milovarquiel
    milovarquiel 2 months ago

    Kain is going to hunt for this coin like he hunted the Serapham.

  • Hamidreza Khosravi
    Hamidreza Khosravi 2 months ago

    Heads, She loves me too
    Tails, She at least likes me
    Coin:

  • Giraffe Street
    Giraffe Street 2 months ago

    Plot twist, he actually flip the coin 6000 times and cut all of the failed attempt leaving only the successful one.

  • John Unsub
    John Unsub 3 months ago

    "Magnet" Less amazing than I thought A--

  • mohammed oz
    mohammed oz 2 months ago

    Anyone else remember that coin flip scene from mouse hunt lol

  • NoExcuses
    NoExcuses 2 months ago

    This man using an expensive penny for this demonstration 😮

  • Nicholas Sweeting
    Nicholas Sweeting 3 months ago +1

    Oh! So this is how Batman trolled Two-Face in the Animated Series! I thought Batman was just secretly a sorcerer.

  • Bmendonc
    Bmendonc Month ago

    That is one scary large magnet

  • Jomarcenter-MJM
    Jomarcenter-MJM 2 months ago

    That some no game no life coin flip right there

  • Ryan Rule
    Ryan Rule 3 months ago +1

    It is such a shame that the coin wasn't copper plated.

  • Biz Vlogs
    Biz Vlogs 3 months ago

    Magnets, how do they work?

  • Kyleplier1985
    Kyleplier1985 2 months ago

    If you find a copper penny from one of those years that steel pennies were made they are actually worth a lot of money just FYI. Because they did accidentally make some copper pennies during World War II when they were supposed to make steel pennies. One from 1943 could actually net you $250,000 at auction if you happen to find one

  • :D Yeager
    :D Yeager 2 months ago

    Bro just has dream speedrun luck

  • StrydyRHellZRydyR
    StrydyRHellZRydyR 2 months ago

    Now what if it was a ball bearing... Where would the north and south pole be on it???

  • Teja V
    Teja V 2 months ago

    That magnetic so powerful it can make poor if you swipe your credit card anywhere near it.

  • Christoph Rackwitz
    Christoph Rackwitz 2 months ago

    So, same as a heap of iron filings. Those align the same.

  • rusA
    rusA 3 months ago +1

    So is this your token to prove you're still in your dream?

  • CarlSagen.
    CarlSagen. 2 months ago

    I feel like this could've been in the movie inception

  • skitty-y
    skitty-y 2 months ago +1

    "If I win you'll go on date with me. Heads, I win. Tails, you lose ;)"
    Her:

  • Jimmy Barnett
    Jimmy Barnett 3 months ago +1

    Bruh this is like kryptonite for Two-face

  • Youtube User
    Youtube User 3 months ago

    I saw that coming
    At home I have a similar magnet in stenght

  • cassiesassyghosts
    cassiesassyghosts Month ago

    Sorry but is that blood on the coin in the take after you showed the magnet??! I need answers😂

  • Madkirk74
    Madkirk74 3 months ago

    Ok but why does the coin look like a murder weapon

  • Tired Momma
    Tired Momma 2 months ago

    I got distracted by the art easel in the background, lol.
    I could tell before it was said a magnet would be the "secret".

  • Mr Spaghetti
    Mr Spaghetti 2 months ago

    “1 in 6000” more like 1 in never
    if you flipped a normal coin and it landed on its side it would immediately fall over

  • SeikiBrian
    SeikiBrian 2 months ago

    That's not landing on its SIDE, it's landing on its EDGE. Coins have a tails side and a heads side.

  • Do
    Do 3 months ago

    Nah hes actually just dropping it 6000 times and only recording the times it land on its side

  • William Mielenz
    William Mielenz 2 months ago

    Why not copper for the same reason ?

  • Lionel Ducote
    Lionel Ducote 3 months ago

    Landing on it’s “3rd” side, so why don’t I hear “On one of the other sides of the coin?” Instead “Of on the other side of the coin?” Parlayer

  • Harry Beez
    Harry Beez 2 months ago +1

    So under the table here, I have a magn- *clicks off video*

  • Cody Understorms
    Cody Understorms 3 months ago

    "A stale penny"