And here is my video, doing the exact same thing, that I filmed without doing any practice, I just drank a can of pop, put the can on a rough surface (as opposed to the smooth surface they used which means even less friction, waved my hand, and voila!
Replication pic.twitter.com/EnT8jjYk1d— Jon Donnis (@JonDonnis) December 1, 2015
Point is, if you see bullshit like this, there is ALWAYS a simple explanation.
Backup of their video if they now decide to remove it to hide the ridiculous
Thats the kind of crap I get given to me as proof every day!
A lot of what people like to call evidence, is not evidence at all.
What a load of old bolocks!
You did it the hard way Jon. At 1.16 you can clearly hear him blowing it.
I was bored and ended up googling myself and ended up finding this lol. Brought back memories. I was 13 at the time and didn't know better. I was always intrigued by magic and supernatural stuff and I really wanted them to be possible. I don't really remember wtf i was trying to do in the video. Well of course now I don't believe in this kind of bullcrap anymore. It's all a part of my weird past now. I don't necessarily regret doing it but I just wish I wasn't so arrogant about proving it to be true. I am a man of science now. I've grown quite a bit since then. I can't stand this kind of shit anymore. I am an atheist even though my family is highly religious. I always try to speak against such stupid things especially when it is likely to cause harm to anybody or is totally pointless. Now, I'm more interested in modern technology and it amazes me more than those things used to. Well... it was awkward to seeing myself here lol. If you have any questions or anything you want to ask me for any reason now please do. XD
Glad to hear you grew out of this.
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