Video: The internet would be a far less awesome place to waste valuable hours at work were it not for the The Slow Mo Guys turning the mundane into the amazing with their high-speed camera. By itself a clump of burning steel wool is only mildly interesting, but at 1000 frames per second, it's better than a fireworks extravaganza.
Burning Steel Wool Becomes A Spinning Blade Of Fire In Slow Motion
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