Man Actually Possesses Super Human Strength...

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PostTue Aug 27, 2013 9:07 pm » by Spock


Given his height, weight and muscle size, there’s no possible way this man should be this strong.

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Pretty incredible. Dude call roll up a frying pan with his hands.

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PostTue Aug 27, 2013 9:32 pm » by Constabul


Cool stuff indeed
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PostTue Aug 27, 2013 10:45 pm » by Constabul


Not to be out done...
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PostWed Aug 28, 2013 3:58 am » by Temps13


Wow..do you think there might be like..chi power or some sort of Geller power here?
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PostWed Aug 28, 2013 4:14 am » by Opalserpent


Dude, there are some strong chicks out there.

This chinese chick scares me somewhat: :o

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PostWed Aug 28, 2013 7:13 am » by RATRODROB


that bloke is a freak, no doubt, but I recon the last test were dodgy in its measurements.

when the bike were rigged up to the measuring device, the straps were slightly loose when it took off giving a great jerking effect on the measuring device which ramped up the reading, but when the bloke were rigged up to the bike, the bike rolls forward very gently till straps were tight and then just drops the clutch and lights up the rear tyre without the huge and violent jerking action, this gives a greatly different reading on the forces applied.
the huge forward jerking movement greatly effects the readout compared to the already tight straps without the jerk and then spinning the wheels, IMO

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PostWed Aug 28, 2013 10:39 am » by Toxic32


RATRODROB wrote:that bloke is a freak, no doubt, but I recon the last test were dodgy in its measurements.

when the bike were rigged up to the measuring device, the straps were slightly loose when it took off giving a great jerking effect on the measuring device which ramped up the reading, but when the bloke were rigged up to the bike, the bike rolls forward very gently till straps were tight and then just drops the clutch and lights up the rear tyre without the huge and violent jerking action, this gives a greatly different reading on the forces applied.
the huge forward jerking movement greatly effects the readout compared to the already tight straps without the jerk and then spinning the wheels, IMO

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I agree. Once the tyre starts to spin the force applied through the connecting strap practically vanishes. That's why you can see people spinning on the spot when the throttle of a motor bike is opened to fast. The same applies to cars.


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PostWed Aug 28, 2013 11:42 am » by Cia212


RATRODROB wrote:that bloke is a freak, no doubt, but I recon the last test were dodgy in its measurements.

when the bike were rigged up to the measuring device, the straps were slightly loose when it took off giving a great jerking effect on the measuring device which ramped up the reading, but when the bloke were rigged up to the bike, the bike rolls forward very gently till straps were tight and then just drops the clutch and lights up the rear tyre without the huge and violent jerking action, this gives a greatly different reading on the forces applied.
the huge forward jerking movement greatly effects the readout compared to the already tight straps without the jerk and then spinning the wheels, IMO

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Exactly, why not have the force gauge set up for that test too? So we'd know exactly how much force it took? Answer, because it would have been a small fraction of the earlier test.

Also, from what I can gather, he brought his own pans and wrenches. Surely, they were real, right? Why not have a force plate between his hand and the pan? Wouldn't that give better results than the electrical test? Maybe even reveal that the metal is deforming at much lower than expected forces.



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