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Massive 3d Domino Pyramid fail ... don't hold your breath

Discussion in 'General' started by Zak33, 13 Dec 2017.

  1. Zak33

    Zak33 Staff Staff Administrator

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    This is worthy.

    Back in 2011 he tried to build a monster... he filmed it and you can see the despondancy as it falls...

    then again a few years later...

    and finally , Jan 2017.

    You can feel the fail building... don't hold your breath....

    but when it happens.. oh god the misery!

     
  2. jrs77

    jrs77 Well-Known Member

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  3. Zak33

    Zak33 Staff Staff Administrator

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    he is isn't he? And I'd say it takes two years to recover mentally from those fails :(
     
  4. yuusou

    yuusou Well-Known Member

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    I like how he throws the piece he had in his hand at it in utmost frustration.
     
  5. Journeyer

    Journeyer Well-Known Member

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    So...next go in 2019 then?
    The guy must really love his dominos...
     
  6. Behemoth

    Behemoth Timelord in training

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    PMSL I have to say I admire the dedication.
     
  7. edzieba

    edzieba Virtual Realist

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    Cool room to below 0°C, 'stick' dominos together with water as 'glue' (dip in warm water, place domino, will freeze in a few seconds to adhere), warm room once assembly complete.
     
  8. theshadow2001

    theshadow2001 [DELETE] means [DELETE]

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    If he's averaging 6 hours a day and is doing that time consecutively, then it seems like failure would be fairly likely. With the required sustained concentration and dexterity, a day on a day off or some such pattern might be a better recipe for success. Maybe.
     
  9. adidan

    adidan Guesswork is still work

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    Glue would help.
     
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