Pouring Molten Copper on Erasers Actually "Erases" Them
Continuing on with the long internet tradition of pouring molten metal over things and seeing what happens, YouTuber Tito4re poured molten copper on school erasers. The fact that pouring hot metal over random objects is a big hit on the internet just goes to show that no idea is too stupid to succeed. When molten copper, which is above 1,984˚ F, is poured over these erasers, they turn into ash and disappear.
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