Shocking Things With 300 9 Volt Batteries!


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I high-voltage water can store voltige warning ⚠

1 day ago

If you use salt water that would be great

2 days ago

Shoot the batteries

2 days ago

I really want to try that now

2 days ago

Damn I’m lucky to find them in my fire detector

3 days ago

4:07

The computer fan: Today is gonna be a great day 🙂


The 12 9v batteries: I’m about to end this man’s whole career🙏🏾

3 days ago

Btw the Leidenfrost effect has nothing to do with electric current that is where an object floats on a a hot or cold surface because it creates their its own vapor that it floats on or the reverse way where it is the liquid the object floats on which creates the vapor which is the inverse leidenfrost effect.

3 days ago

3:06 this is what Mr.Beast should have done with the fans Blowing the Car.

3 days ago

ok bro look so you wanna know why its doing that its it chain reaction just like when to of the earths plats touch there an earthquake so that is why its doing that my dude

3 days ago

@TylerTube its called an Arc Flash :)

4 days ago

This man really be making plasma in his garage

4 days ago

Lego bricks from hell..

4 days ago

Electric car would be home made 😂😂

4 days ago

If I'm not mistaken, I think electric chairs are powered by direct current.

4 days ago

That a 110 volt fan of course it’s gonna handle 108 volts, its creating a plasma inside the grape, thats plasma coming off the water bro, your playing with close to 500,000 degrees at least maybe more plasma is supper hot, how do you think a plasma cutter works supper heat, your really lucky those didn’t explode on you that would have probably killed you that’s what I would be worried about getting blown up not shocked dead shorting batteries isn’t good for them and that’s what your doing and it’s extremely dangerous you got lucky

4 days ago

When the battery creates a large "spark", it is called an arc. The electricity has a high enough current (amperage) to bridge the gap in the air. When it does, it ionizes the air around the terminals and eventually they short each other out and create the arc. The same reason it arcs through water (Even though water is not a good conductor)
The reason one of the contacts shoots out of the grape is because the current is so high that it heats up the grape instantly boiling the water in it. This causes pressure and instead of breaking through the side of the grape, its easier for the gas to escape by pushing the contact out of the grape.
When you touch the water with the negative terminal and the positive side is in the water, there are black and green bits that fall off of it. This is the terminal instantly corroding due to the ionized water that happens when you arc through water.

5 days ago

Jami Norman batteries output DC power, the wall outputs AC power. DC (or direct current) is a continuous flow of electricity. AC power switches polarity 60 times every second. Devices that are designed to work on 110 volts AC will be overloaded on 110 DC because DC is much stronger. 110 volts DC is equivalent to ~170 volts AC. This is why the fan stopped working, it was overloaded

1 day ago

While you're busy over here explaining things.... I need help with a dumb question! He was disappointed with the second fan not dying at 108 volts. The average plug-in is 110 volts. What's the difference??

2 days ago

TRY IT WITH GAS!!!!!

5 days ago

With the high enough voltage it's called telsa

5 days ago

This was like some weird Harry Potter shit

6 days ago

Do the lick test after eating a bag of salt and vinegar chips. Start with one battery and work your way up to all 300

6 days ago

@Dabsfor Dayz He's a putz

3 days ago

Timcat100 u trying to kill him

3 days ago

It is called plasma

6 days ago

little salt with your juice sir?

6 days ago

jesus dude. This shit is going to kill you.

6 days ago

NOT endorsed by the Underwriters Laboratories.

6 days ago

You should try welding with that. Connect a type of electrode to it. Or try fusing two metals together.

6 days ago

Make it into a stun gun .

1 week ago

This is a hot grape

1 week ago

The fan is rated for 120v, why you though it would fail at 108V ?

1 week ago

Not an AC fan. That's why.

6 days ago

Just a couple of batteries lying around

1 week ago

Try powering a mountain bike.It's well doable but the challenge is just how fast you can go for how long.

1 week ago