How many rubber bands do you need to make a rubber band ball?
Hereof, how many rubber bands are in a rubber band ball?
One may also ask, how big is the biggest rubber band ball? In 2008, a Lauderhill man named Joel Waul earned the Guinness World Record for having made the world's largest rubber band ball. Waul named it “Megaton,” and it stands six feet, seven inches tall, with a circumference of 26 feet.
Hereof, how many rubber bands does it take to break a watermelon?
Exploding watermelon blows the internet's mind (CNN) Yes, over 3 million people watched on Facebook as a watermelon exploded. Two Buzzfeed reporters applied more than 500 rubber bands to a watermelon waiting for it to explode while live broadcasting on Facebook.
Where is the biggest rubber band ball located?
The largest rubber band ball weighs 4,097 kg (9,032 lb), was made by Joel Waul (USA) and was measured in Lauderhill, Florida, USA, on 13 November 2008. The measurement took place during the celebrations of Guinness World Records Day 2008.