You're Next, Magneto!: Compromising A Coke Can's Structural Integrity With Drop Of Gallium

April 26, 2011


This is a video of the Nurd Rage guy (FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!), who hands down has one of the best voices of our generation, weakening the structural integrity of a Coke can by adding a drop of gallium to the lid, and then scratching the surface to allow the gallium to diffuse into the aluminum and alloy with it. The result? A can that "feels like wet tissue rather than hard aluminum." Pretty neat. Now -- are you thinking what I'm thinking?! If you answered, "f*** up my neighbor's aluminum bike" you are! OMG I soooooooo hope he eats asphalt. Nobody bangs on my wall for playing video games at 9PM!

Hit the jump for the very informative video.


Thanks to Nora, who prefers compromising the structural integrity of Coke cans with fireworks. OH HELLLLLLLLLL YES, LET'S BLOW SOME SHIT UP! Also, she insists she used gallium on her ex's aluminum rims with satisfactory results (read: he ran straight into a light pole).

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