Water is a beautiful substance that, aside from doing things like providing life, can also rip through normal objects as easily as you rip a piece of paper. The latter function of water is what the YouTube channel Cut In Half focuses on. Harnessing the power of a 60,000 psi (pound-force per square inch) waterjet from OMAX, Cut In Half is a collection of riveting clips of perfect destruction.
Take a peek at the innards of a laptop, aka the technology that gives meaning to 21st century lives.
Here's the inside of a golf club seeing air for the first time.
These sneakers arguably look better after being ripped up.
This flashlight isn't so functional anymore.
Nature (water) meets more nature (geode) to reveal how pretty nature is (the inside of a geode).
When did water become so interesting?