Hear the Otherworldly Sounds of Skating on Thin Ice | National Geographic

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National Geographic : Black ice is recently frozen and can be as thin as 2 inches! Do you think you want to try Nordic or wild ice skating? Make sure to try in groups if you do!

Mr. Sleepy : I love these videos that highlight the uniqueness of the world we live in. Thank you Nat Geo.:)

Esko Carl : “Samples in dubstep song”

Ghosts Graves : Next video "Hear the unworldly sounds of someone screaming as they fall through thin ice"

OwlyEagles : Barely weighing 100lbs is also a huge factor aswell.

Catman Outdoors : Pretty normal sound here in Tennessee where our ponds don't freeze often and when they do it's usually thin ice.

SandMan Jono : WOW !!!!! Incredible sound & very exhilarating experience for the skaters - great videos as always from Nat Geo - thanks :)

Marcus Huusko : No! it's not the ice! It's the fishes having a laser battle under the ice obviously...

Kameron Berkly : Look at NatGeo getting into asmr

kagnomi : Bruh. When he broke the ice to measure it, I thought it was going to crack and take him down with it.

Kristian B : George Lukas' sound designer must have been on thin ice at some point.

P Body : The satisfying sound of high frequency stress fractures... MMM very simillar to loading a bridge cable.

Jiwon Lee : I love NATGEO favorite channel!!

Johnny Utah's Outdoors : I call it deathwish

UltimaPowers : "Thin ice skating is an art and a science." It also seems like a pretty good way to win a Darwin award.

Numan Ahmed : Total ASMR material 😍

Eddie R : Idk why this was soo satisfying to watch, but it was

Logan Dougherty : Do you know what skating on thin ice sounds like? A bad idea.

OMMBoy : It would be unfortunate... If someone stuck an acorn in the ice...

Ryan M. : On my bucket list

RuK? : SVENNAR VI E HÄR

Nestor : It's not supported like a dome or an arch... The water is the support, not the sides. The ice is sitting on top of the lake, and the lake supports it and anything on top of the ice. IF it was supported by the sides like a dome or an arch as its said in the video, a simple crack in the ice would destroy the whole section which is not the case..

selig : Sounds like killer whales plotting a kill on unsuspecting seal like creature. Yes I know its a lake. . . . . . . . A lake that Orcas live in boiiii. get himmm.

Linehp _ : The sound of anxiety

Phriswithaph : Where I'm from this is just called ice skating.. you find a frozen lake and go skating on it. 2 inches is fine, what's the biggie

Hackeronte : I don't know why but I imagined this guy in an post-apocalyptic scenario, skating on this lake, alone.

chemicalsweet13 : "skating on super thin ice is both an art and a science" No, it's called being suicidal. It's what happens when you live without exposure to the sun and it's warmth for too long.

Jakob Greer : If you fell down while skating you're probably going through that ice.... no thanks. Not for me.

John Kiene : Every winter as kids we couldn't wait to get on the ice to play hockey... we learned that about 2 inches was just thick enough to get out there... when we all got close to each other the ice would make this sound and we would scatter apart quickly....oh those were good times..

RoMMeL1337ak47 : My uncle died doing this, alone, at night. It might not have been the smartest idea.

Sakuna Swona Channel : Beautiful nice view.

BrokenIrisS : apetor is the real thin ice skater

Tom Foley : If you should go skating On the thin ice of modern life Dragging behind you the silent reproach Of a million tear stained eyes Don't be surprised, when a crack in the ice Appears under your feet You slip out of your depth and out of your mind With your fear flowing out behind you As you claw the thin ice - Roger Waters

Michael van de Top : Atmospheric and satellite data is taken into account along with mathematics...lol. Translation: The night before, he observed the weather was cold, no wind and knew water freezes an inch or two in the duration of a night, and so went skating.

Matheus Reis : The "Laser sounds" are similar to the vocalization and alarm calls of Plush-crested Jay (Cyanocorax chrysops / Aves: Corvidae) from Brazil. In some cases (individual variation), it may be identical!

Kyle Pollina : I enjoyed the lack of narration in this. Just hearing the lake sounds was all that was needed

Clorox : There's actually a alien under the ice

ThatKidOffYoutube : Me and my mate used to go down to the local pond when it snowed and we threw pebbles and pinecones out onto the ice, and it sounded exactly like this

효빈 : 👽

ThePie IsALie : I watched this without sound.... great expierence. 10/10 would watch it without mah earphones again.

LetoZeth : Wild ice skating? Nordic skating? Up in northern Sweden we all do this at some point or another.. Yet this is the first time I've heard it being called "wild" or "nordic".

DJhato : those are some of the best sounds in the world.

Razvion : This is something I have never heard of. Earth is so amazing !!!

ShadoSnakeGames : it's the muto from godzilla xd

ZGX : The ice jiggles at 1:40

Geake Henkie : Daar mut nog een paar centimeter op jong. It giet net oan

RMO BeastGaming : It sounds like a laser gun with a suppressor

crazycowz1234 : *Black ice*

Luna corn : The lake here where i live made the same sound when it was frozen. (No one was on it though)

Magni : Sounds like steel cables snapping