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Every great scientist last words : "oh crap I can't stop it"
He he he haw
Yall mid no cap
"Shut it off, Otto!""I can’t, it’s self-sustaining now"
Shut it down! "Shutting down""It's not.. It's not shutting down!"AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH
Its just a spike! Itll soon stabilize!
“Oh crap I can’t stop it”*explodes*Immediately gains superpowers from it.
You've already reached the 1.12k subscribers. I didn't expect to see this. Congratulations
And his superpower is ejecting nitrogen vapors from his nipples. Which can be used as propulsion if he wears rollerblades.
@Mukundi Makhado you're not watching grammar videos that's for sure
Your watching too much movies
bro already has superpowers
"Oh crap. I can't stop it."Famous last words💀
That's a pretty good trifecta. Super cooled metal, rapidly expanding gas, and high speed rotation. Wonder how that could end
Action Lab:“Oh crap I can’t stop it”The engine: “Fine, I’ll do it myself”
@stock acc I know this was a year ago but I think he deleted his comment lol
@stock acc nvm
@stock acc what did they say?
@The Sea Meteor Wants To Know Your Location Jay Leno is a car collector/movie star/comedian
"Don't put Liquid Nitrogen in a Steam Engine"Yeah OK. Like I have a Steam Engine in my pocket and Liquid Nitrogen in my fridge all the freaking time...
As an engineer, I see here 2 problems: Unstoppable and cooling nozzles. Second one leads to uncontrolled water vapor desublimation, which will clog the nozzles. The pressure is running up and the machine explodes. Try to heat the nozzles
Action Labs: This is A Steam EngineCalled Hero's EngineAlso Action Labs: **Adds Liquid Nitrogen**Tina Turner: *We Don't Need Another Hero*
That ending literally made me jump
into the Niagara falls
Made me jump of off a toilet
Scientist: “oh crap I can’t stop it!”Steam engine: *You know the rules and so do I*
We have been"RICK ROLLED"
@Echo Shark Or a guy with a thick glove sticks his hand in to slow things down and save the experiment.
And you wouldn't get this from any other guy!
@THE GMAN yes I saw it START, however, I believe there was further carnage to see and a few questions to be answered. How violently were the pieces flung and how far?How long did it remain spinning? How did they verbally react?
I was sitting there thinking 'yeah maybe we SHOULD put it in steam engines, imagine how much energy it could genera-' and then it broke
Can’t we use an hugely enlarged version of this filled with liquid nitrogen to generate electricity ?
I think with a lesser amount of liquid nitrogen you might get a different result.
I can see the news report now:"In a scene which first responders call grizzly, yet oddly hilarious..."
"Oh crap, I can't stop it"*_Probably humanity's last words_*
When we try to make a black hole or some bullshit
Don’t look up 😂
Humanity's Last Breath
So this is how the pyramids were made..
Him : "oh crap I can't stop it"The machine : Np bro I gotcha *breaks into a million pieces*
This happens when a diesel starts burning oil, it’s called runaway diesel and it will run faster and harder till it explodes, the only way ik to stop it is blocking the air and I almost died to it once luckily a person with more knowledge shoved his sweater wrapped in a trash bag on the intake and it stopped
That's very cool. Do we deserve a detailed explanation of why did it explore?
all this tells me is we should use steam engines with liquid nitrogen but find a way to keep things from breaking due to cold
“Don’t Put Liquid Nitrogen In a Steam Engine”Wasn’t planning to do that but noted
That one engineer: _UNLESS..._
@IIIIII duly noted & i stand corrected..🤙
@Scene Saucers it’s “Duly” :)
Him “I can’t stop it”Steam engine “No, I’ll stop it”
How scientist die :1. "It's working"2. "Holy cow"3. "This is so fast"4. "Oh crap, i can't stop it 🗿"
so if its bigger, we could generate electricity with this??
Imagine if we build nitrogen powered train engine
"Oh crap, I can't stop it"- Engineers at Chernobyl, probably
Not quite, they hit the SCRAM and then things went even worse.
@Elliott Shah it wasnt even ignorance, it was willful recklessness. they knew it would go down like that, warned the boss, the boss said do it anyway.
"Oh Bljad, I cant stop it"
That's Dark bro!
I laughed as much I can 😂😂😂😂😂
They could make a time bomb with that mechanism. Imagine it burst with shrapnels inside!
I I'll find a way to use Liquid nitrogen as a Engine fuel 😼🔥
I didn’t expect that. 😂
Alternative title: “How to overclock your GPU in the 19th century”
@Tom Jeff Look up "hero's engine". This device was created in ancient Greece.
@NonServian I don't really have any specific application in mind it's just a weird brainstorm shower thought
@sheparddog117 like a overclocking competition set up?
@Tripolar M Disorder interesting what If instead of a normal liquid cooling system since the liquid nitrogen itself is really cold what if essentially we had a metal shot glass to just contain it as a replacement for the traditional heat sinkand let it evaporate occasionally refilling it as it evaporates?
@sheparddog117 short answer to a little Liquid Nitrogen in a liquid cooler system, it won't work.Long answer: Introduce liquid nitrogen to anything with a higher freezing temperature and it will be harder than Chinese Algebra IN SECONDS. The liquid cooling system would freeze up completely and the flow within would stop, causing the CPU to overheat and burn out.Use ONLY liquid nitrogen and it would be different... But still bad.The tiny plastic pump in the liquid cooling unit would freeze over and stop working, CPU overheats and burns up again. But let's say we fix that, magically so the Liquid Nitrogen can flow around as if a pump existed.... Still bad.The reason the radiator on the back of the tower for the liquid CPU cooler functions is that the outside air is cooler than the liquid flowing through the radiator. Liquid Nitrogen is colder than normal room temperature, so the radiator on the back would now be taking IN heat from the outside, and taking in heat from the CPU. Nitrogen doesn't stay liquid as it warms up, but for a few seconds the CPU would indeed be running probably as if overclocked. Then the Nitrogen would achieve sufficient heat to change to gaseous phase and suddenly the pressure of the cooler unit would EXPONENTIALLY increase and since made of small rubber hoses and plastic parts that were brittle from the cold, they would likely explode.The CPU might not be damaged in the explosion, but it'll quickly overheat and burn out if it hadn't cracked from where its shell was also cold and brittle.Hope that helps.
And why can't we use this to power our electricity , ?
That was freaking amazing
I want a steam train powered by Liquid Nitrogen see what happens
Humanity in two phrases:“It’s working!”“Oh crap I can’t stop it”
@Louis Robitaille thus all is BS
And when Humans will Create Artificial SuperIntelligence which will also create another form of intelligence...... We're living in a simulation
God when he created mankind 😂
Damn, if only I'd known this 20 years ago I would've won that beyblade tournament.
@Tricia McIntosh and taken first place
@Tricia McIntosh W
@Tricia McIntosh perfect
thank you for writing normal sentences and not that dialogue bullshit 🙈🤬
Now make an engine with four spouts.
You can u nitrogen as a sub fuel that’s an amazing system if it can be invented and commercialized. 😮
Do it again please, with the speedometer 😇
We can make an energy out of that and its super safe
I actually flinched when it popped
hella hard bro
Hmmm… maybe the next power source to power automobiles?
So does it have negative potential energy!?
Where can I buy cool stuff like this 😁
I wonder the RPM 😱
"Don't put liquid nitrogen in a steam engine"Me: why not?**it explodes**Me: aight, now I really need to do it
@Jose Tjaw If the engine is expected to create a large force to power a heavy load, the steam engine has to be the piston type. The steam jet type is used more as a toy.
@simon6071 my bad for poor explanation. I mean most engine with no load if pushed will spin so fast one of the components will break, IMO its output is not too big as the heating temperature is still room temperature. And yes, using resin to insulate or slow the heat transfer would make nitrogen last longer, but I think would slow down the heat transfer and rate of evaporation, ultimately lower the thrust. Perhaps thin coating would do, in the end it's just choice of performance, what rpm you want and how big the load. My point is he didn't even put any load to the engine, and engine is made to be used with load xD. Ok maybe I expected this too far. Cheers.
@Jose Tjaw If you connect that 'steam' engine powered by liquid nitrogen with a fan, sure the spinning would slow down. However, the nitrogen would be used up faster than when the inside of the 'steam' engine is coated with a layer of resin.
@simon6071 or just put some torsional load, a fan for example
It didn’t blow up, it’s moving parts failed…just requires some upgraded bearings
Do it again and check the RPM
Can you build a beefed up version and leave the fire underneath
the power of the sun in the palm of my hand.
Its great for cooling
LOL the realization that there was no good way of stopping it seemed pretty genuine
@Levy Atã heating it up would likely make it faster since the vapor coming out and propelling it is from the nitrogen evaporating from raising in temperature. Heating it up would simply add more energy to the equation and speed up the reaction considerably.
@Justin Cavinee look at this hoopy frood right here
Put a fire under it
You can stop it with a grenade and blow it up
@j nah that's nilered
Baby : turn off the lights ! Man : oh crap i can't stop it.
When Steam Train use Nitrogen for speed
Not action lab accidentally creating a projectile firing out in a random direction 💀
Make it stronger and put a blowtorch below it. For science. You will be the first to do it. Think about it. Makes a great thumbnail.
A story in two sentences:"It's working!""Oh crap I can't stop it"
Moments before disaster
@J what? That’s not how it works. The reason it works is because the liquid inside is turning into a gas.
What if we use this as a power generator, just put a bunch of these in a cold environment and let it do the work
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
Imagine if you put a flame under it.....
Dont let it overchargeWhat do you mean overch-Famous last words from half life (didnt even lived his half of his life)
How do you store liquid nitrogen
"Shutting down… Attempting shutdown… It's not… It's not shutting down! NOOOOOO!"
Words written on every mad scientist's grave: " Oh crap I can't stop it "
@Dave Smith true
Same npc comment as everyone else
Doc emmet brown Never had that issue
What happens if you put kerosene in it?
And the Darwin awards go to ...
Ohh crap i can't stop it "Fine I'll do it myself"
when I heard “oh its so fast” i knew he couldn’t stop it
That’s what she said
So Liquid Nitrogen is necessary to make a Holy Hand Granade.
Liquid Nitrogen must be kept in freezing temp or it will heat up (anything above 32 degrees) and explode
I'm waiting for my super sheep bomb
@Voltaic Fire I would give this a thumb but its currently at 5
Of Antioch, yes sir.
@Antitank99 WoTb oi actually....the only right way is with a magic rock.
Bro I got jumpscared from that even though I expected it
"Oh crap i can't stop it"- demon core creator, probably
Bro you had me crying of laughter
This guys sure love liquid nitrogen...its like their weed...
Why did you put so much in. Thank God you didn't add heat.
"Oh crap I can't stop it" Is going to be the next line among AI developpers.
@Paddington Snare the devil is a robot man
@Vu Hoang yes he did!... yes he did
@Nhan You wouldn't know. But IT will know, that's the problem. We humans can hardly understand exponential growth, imagine exponential intelligence.
Elon Musk had warned us...
You nailed it bro ,,😆
The video is 30 seconds too short💯😂😂
Companies like buggati and Koenigsegg should see this video 🤡🤡
that is a renewable energy right
The timing of the engine breaking is gold.
I have a plot twist he knew exactly when to say that coz he's obviously done that before 😂
It really needed a Jojo's "To be continued" filter
It's like a perfectly cut scream
@Neg Ative Santa 😔
Yep, editing is useful.
Jump scare from this videoWasn't expecting that
this makes me wonder how useful liquid nitrogen might've been with steam engines
"Oh crap I can't stop it"Pentagon at September 10, 2001 when it wiped out 2 trillion dollar
Epic last words i cant stop it
Him: "Oh crap, I can't stop it."Steam engine: "Say no more."
Steam engine:" Fine, I'll do it myself."
I laughed very hard at this
😂😂😂😂 yes thank you
Me when I have Taco Bell
✨And he was never seen again✨
Infinite energy ? :D
Now imagine that scaled up, but with a lever to move a gear attaching the engine to a mechanism away so the engine no longer transfers the energy.
Your voice is so unique. It sounds like you are speaking through your teeth the entire time.
😂 I wish I didn't read this. I will never not think of this when I watch action lab videos now
I can't stop it.But he can
"It's working!""Wait.""IT'S WORKING TOO WELL"
Chernobyl was due to extreme levels of horrible mismanagement.
Isn’t that what happened at Chernobyl?
This is amazing 💀💀
@GojGoiOi not any more
I would love to see a study based on this, the power of liquid nitrogen versus steam powered see what has more power.
The end is 😂
As expected: Bang !
Perfect timing on the end of the video , makes it so much funnier thinking of the numerous ways you would have reacted like lmao great video 😂
The words “Oh no I can’t stop it” are probably the most common last words of scientists who died in fail experiments
Are u an npc
Iam a professor at the University of science and i tell you we cant stop it
Probably with the same little excited giggle too
Ok that pretty cool!
Would be pretty awesome to see this lab tested with materials that could sustain the higher speeds. Like a liquid nitrogen steam engine. You didnt even add a heat element and it already broke it.Imagine how fast it could of got if it didn't break.. imagine if it had a heating element...IMAGINE IF IT WAS THE SIZE OF STEAM ENGINE ON S LOCOMOTIVE.IMAAAAAGIIIINNNEE IF IT WAS PLACED IN THE VACUUUUMMM OF SPACE WHEN IT WAS TURNED ON!!!!?that shit would be dope.
Free energy just need lubricant
Was the demonstrator injured?
“don’t put liquid nitrogen in a steam engine” well there go my plans for this weekend
@Doom guy Sounds awesome! Someone should try that and minimize damage somehow.
@Aidan Mathews probably run pretty fast for a bit, then freeze due to the coldness and explode from the pressure.
So what if we put liquid nitrogen in those old steam tractors?
Don’t let the white man hold you back
FYI: Water to steam is accompanied by a change in volume of 1600x. For LN it's 750x. Heat of vaporization (at 1 atmosphere pressure) for water is 970 btu / lb, for LN it is 86 btu / lb. In a world cold enough for LN to exist naturally (or one much closer to LN's boiling point), your steam engine would have great energy efficiency despite nitrogen's much lower expansion ratio per lb (vs water).
It scared the shit out of me
I totally flinched lol
Can you not make energie of that ?
Start of every science fiction movie with kid leads