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Domino pyramid fail - little before the end
posted May 28 2011 12:52.00 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This could have be the greatest 3D pyramid domino on Youtube, this could have had 13,482 domino pieces stacked on a pyramid, this could make a new category in the Guinness records, this could have be the greatest domino pyramid in the world, but this pyramid could have be completed only if this pyramid had not collapsed little before the end. Extremely bad luck for this guy. After 30 hours of work, he only needed to add the last 439 pieces to complete his work, but...



[Via: Geekologie]    [Link: annodomino]
Tags: crazy photo/video   insane   omg   domino   
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