Here's a video by the slow-moving folks at Slow Mo Lab, revealing the don't-try-this-at-home technique involved in opening a Coke/cider bottle with a chainsaw. Lessons learned: even at slow-motion speed, a chainsaw appears to move really fast, and both Coke and cider bottle caps make a delightful "pop" noise when forcibly chainsaw-removed.
In the realm of slow-motion videos, it's decidedly less scientific than this video capturing a soda can in slow-motion (no physics here), but probably slightly more scientific than watching Guy Fieri eat in slow-mo (slightly). Go, watch:
Video: Opening Cider and Coke with a Chainsaw in Slow Motion
· Opening Cider and Coke with a Chainsaw in Slow Motion [YouTube via Gizmodo]
· All Slow Motion Coverage on Eater [-E-]