Experiment Glowing 1000 Degree Knife vs. Coca Cola

You will want to take a look at this viral video of a 1,000-degree knife cutting through random items from a Coke bottle to soap, cheese and a ball that catches on fire. See what happens when this hot knife cuts through a plastic Coke bottle. Three blow torches heat up the knife until it's so hot that it can cut through a wide variety of items. This viral video has close to 60,000,000 hits and six minutes of experiments. This is just an experiment and not something you want to do at home, as many of the objects catch on fire. The Coca-Cola part of the hot knife experiment has a few different variations and gets a bit messy, so it's fun to watch. This is just one of the hot knife videos you can watch; there are others that cut through other projects that you just can't stop yourself from watching.

This viral video just goes to show the power of the internet. With this video being viewed close to 60,000,000 times around the world it is hard to believe. Part of the draw of this simple life hack and viral video is the combination of the hot knife and the curiosity of what will happen when the world's most popular carbonated drink gets cut. If you love this viral hot knife video, you will find plenty more on the YouTube site to view.

The following are just some of the fun facts to do with this popular carbonated drink that is found around the world. Coca-Cola is the most popular carbonated drink in the world and was originally patented as a medicine when the drink was invented in the 19th century. Coca-Cola was first invented in 1886 by the John Stith Pemberton and American pharmacist. If every drop of Coca-Cola that was ever produced were put into eight-ounce bottles and then laid end-to-end, the soda pop bottles would reach the moon and back over 2,000 times. If you stacked up Coca-Cola's 2.8 million vending machines, they would take up 150.2 million cubic feet of space; this amount is equal to the size of 4 Empire State Buildings. The red and white Coca-Cola logo is so popular that it is recognized by 94 percent of the world's population. Coca-Cola has also claimed that it's well-known name is the second-most understood term in the world, behind the word okay. Around the world, the average person consumes a Coca-Cola product every four days. Coca-Cola spends more money on advertising than both Microsoft and Apple combined. The average Mexican person drinks more Coca-Cola products than the average American, Indian, British, and Chinese person combined. On average, Mexican people drink approximately 665 servings of Coca-Cola products each year. With Americans drinking 399, British 202, Indian 9 and the Chinese 32 this comes out to 642 servings. Coca-Cola uses 300,000 tons of aluminum for its pop cans every year just for its United States operations. That's equal to 17.4 percent of what the entire United States aluminum industry produces. Coca-cola is the oldest sponsor of the Olympic games. Coca-Cola started to do the sponsorship of the Olympics since 1928.

This is just one of the real-life hacks and experiments you find on the YouTube. YouTube is a video-sharing website that has almost anything you can imagine from step by step video tutorials on everything from fixing your house, simple life hacks, music, and ideas on how to make your life easier. You will also find movies, do it yourself project ideas, crafts, step by step recipe video tutorials and so much more.

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