The old pearl of wisdom says “curiosity killed the cat” but us humans would never have reached our current status as the most advanced species on this planet, if it wasn’t for our inquisitive mind. Why do things fall? Why is sun yellow? How do birds fly? What’s inside a golf ball? Are there tiny metal balls inside bullets?
The indisputable fact is that we love tearing things apart. It’s just a part of our nature, so every time we see something cool and unusual, our mind immediately goes to the “what’s inside” option. To quench your curiosity, I present to you 14 incredibly cool pictures of unusual objects cut in half!
All the intricate details in this agate were made by Mother Earth!
Have you ever wondered what a plane cut in half looks like? Well, here you go.
It’s both marvelous and a little morbid to see that a bunch of tiny balls is actually what kills living beings.
Here’s a legendary Leica lens cut straight in half.
What looks like a gigantic pipe filled with a million tiny steel wires is… pretty much just that. This is a cross section of the cable holding up the Golden Gate bridge.
No, this is not a poorly made model of our solar system. It’s a golf ball slashed in half!
And here is a baseball ball.
Do you realize that someone invented and then kept improving this intricate death machine?
This is one of the most important things in the world – deep sea internet cable! It’s probably the reason why you’re reading this right now.
Jawbreakers are probably the hardest candy to crush, but, apparently, you can somehow cut them.
While it’s nice to look at the schematics in the Land Rover’s user manual, nothing beats the real deal.
Well, it’s right there in the picture. I’d personally would never have guessed what it is.
That’s freaking tank, isn’t it? It looks extremely awesome but horribly uncomfortable.
If you ever wondered how does a toothpaste tube cut in half look like…