Norwegian Andreas Solberg Wahl’s most recent video displays the daredevil-physicist putting both his body and his life on the line. While this death-defying feat is unbelievable for most of us to attempt, this is not Andreas’ first dangerous video he has posted.
He was also the fellow who once drenched himself in water and passed through raging flames to prove that he would not suffer any burns, proving his theory that it does indeed take a great deal of heat to evaporate water.
If that’s not enough, he also chopped wood with explosives, washed his car using a helicopter and dropped himself 14 metres (50 feet) toward the ground being attached only with a loose rope and a weight on the opposite end, proving objects rotate faster when they approach a central point.
In his most recent video, Wahl set out to prove that it is much harder to create movement in water and illustrate that very resistance by submerging himself and a firearm in a pool and firing a round toward himself. Surrounded by underwater cameras, the entire sequence was brilliantly recorded, showing the bullet losing the majority of its momentum immediately after being discharged and eventually falling to the bottom of the pool.
Wahl’s face displayed a look of relief after the shot was fired and he quickly retrieved the bullet.
See the video for yourself:
H/T: Daily Mail