Video: There's a moment in this video, after the molten copper has been poured on top of the raw steak and cooled down a little and the steak has cooked slightly, that it looks like the metal has completely engulfed the steak and cast a metal sculpture of meat. Since the steak is on a pan and the molten copper gets to pool, you can see the red of the steak turn brown and grey pretty quickly.
Here's Molten Copper Actually Cooking A Steak
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Five years ago, I threw away a hard drive. An utterly generic 250GB portable hard drive, already a few years old, with a couple of dings and scratches in its shell and with the beginnings of an audible click that would have eventually killed it. It had a data file containing 1400 Bitcoin on it. No big deal, at the time. Today, those few kilobytes are worth more than four million dollars.
You can't make this s*^& up. Or can you?