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100 thoughts on “Tungsten Thor’s Hammer (World’s HEAVIEST)

    – Why didn't you melt tungsten?
    Because it's got the highest melting point of any metal – no mold could hold it!
    – How Ridiculous has a heavier one!
    Yes… But it's also like twice the size. We have the heaviest 1:1 scale replica
    – Use Osmium, it's denser than tungsten!
    It would cost $3.2M if you could even find enough.

    Other questions can likely be answered by watching our original video on the lead filled version, don't forget to check out all seven of our different thor hammers!

    Thanks for watching!

  2. But imagine..
    What WOULD carrying an osmium filled thor hammer would be like?
    And what i want to know even more
    What if it was a two-handed hammer, imagine the FORCE you could produce with that thing!
    If it was two-handed (like had a longer handle) and it was filled will osmium (and if you had the strength to carry it),
    There's not alot of shit you can't crush with something like that!

  3. Subscriber:sends them tungsten in a box.

    The Hacksmith:BURN IT THEN DROP IT!

    Me:why don't you be normal and use a saw/power saw.

    The Hacksmith:NO!

  4. u mean carbide? is it silicon or is it it tungsten? or is it carbide? prima dona! i can tell you a funny joke but i need to shut my trap to tell it.

  5. Ummmmm sry but I didn’t hear u when u made it slow motion when u said the world’s and then whatever that word u said I slow motion

  6. Your doing it wrong you need to actually forge the hammer not melt and fill. It will be 2x heavier. I wanna see a 200lb+ hammer

  7. Uranium is twice as heavy as lead. Get some A10 rounds. Though they are also deadly poisonous (probably what caused Gulf War Syndrome)…

  8. In Norse mythology, even the actual god Thor couldn't swing the hammer at all without a magic belt that multiplied his strength by ten, and a pair of steel gauntlets to keep the hammer from crushing his hand when he catches it.

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  10. They should’ve used chromium (the hardest natural metal) as a coating, with a little layer of perfect graphene (the hardest ever substance). After that, they could fill it up with pure osmium, the densest material on Earth. Melted it, filled it and cooled it. That would be the heaviest, hardest and toughest Mjölnir ever

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