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  • 04:00 The Brick Double-Domino Effect Explained

    The Brick Double-Domino Effect Explained

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    If you use bricks as dominoes: you get a second wave going in the opposite direction. Watch the original brick domino video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BTWiZ7CYoI I think that is the original upload. If anyone finds a better one, please do let

  • 14:13 LEGO Technic Bridge Girder SLJ 50018 (16 new Final cut)

    LEGO Technic Bridge Girder SLJ 50018 (16 new Final cut)

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    LEGO TECHNIC Functional Model of SLJ 90032 Wowjoint (China) with half number of wheels. NEW CUT Full Functions at Work with LEGO Motorcraft . This Model is build by myself. Lenght 200 cm, width and hight 30 cm, weight 10,5 kg / 23 lbs Bridge 60 x 36 x 8 c

  • 01:23 Snake Robot Climbs a Tree

    Snake Robot Climbs a Tree

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    From the Biorobotics Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, a snake robot (Snakebot) demonstrates how it can climb a tree and look around. Please keep in mind that this robot climbed a specific tree with a specific trunk width about 1 meter off of the ground.

  • 04:05 How Pillows Are Made

    How Pillows Are Made

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    Watch full episodes of the Science Channel Series "How It's Made." http://insder.co/HowItsMade Here’s how pillows are made. The synthetic fiber pillows come in two styles. Garnet, meaning the pillows are filled with a roll of synthetic fiber. And blown, m

  • 06:21 Breaking Board Paradox--air pressure // Homemade Science with Bruce Yeany

    Breaking Board Paradox--air pressure // Homemade Science with Bruce Yeany

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    The first time I saw the “Breaking board paradox” demonstration was on a short film clip on air pressure starring Julius Sumner Miller way back in the late 1960’s. It has never been a very popular demonstration but I’ve always found it amazing. The few pe

  • 07:02 7 Amazing Science Gadgets!

    7 Amazing Science Gadgets!

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    Music: Over Rain - https://open.spotify.com/track/6HpFRQVmbVriaNwEIwyhE5Music: The Last Sun - https://open.spotify.com/track/6xXwRWVWVtFQQ3FXUjSETjMusic: Abyss - https://open.spotify.com/track/26cPW8KfhZeqBHwcBPS5IcSmall collection of some cool physics ga

  • 05:54 Primitive Bow and Arrow

    Primitive Bow and Arrow

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    I made this bow and arrow using only primitive tools and materials.The bow is 1.25 m (55 inches) long and shoots 60 cm (2 feet) long arrows. I don't know the draw weight - safe to say greater than 15 kg (35 pounds) perhaps? The stave was made from a tree

  • 05:29 What Eclipses Have Done for Science

    What Eclipses Have Done for Science

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    Eclipses have been aiding scientists throughout history, from helping measure the width of the Atlantic ocean and verifying Einstein's theory of general relativity, to allowing NASA to attempt a thermal mapping of Mercury. Subscribe for regular science vi

  • 04:46 Monster Bridge Building Machine

    Monster Bridge Building Machine

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    This machine weight 580 Tons, 91.8 meter long, 7.4 meter in width, and 9 meter in height. She is able to lift 900 tons stuff. Made made by the Beijing Wowjoint Machinery Company: http://www.wowjoint.com/ Here is some more details: 1,The main support leg a

  • 09:07 The Absurdity of Detecting Gravitational Waves

    The Absurdity of Detecting Gravitational Waves

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    A head-vaporizing laser with a perfect wavelength detecting sub-proton space-time ripples. Huge thanks to Prof Rana Adhikari and LIGO: http://ligo.org Here's how he felt when he learned about the first ever detection: https://youtu.be/ViMnGgn87dg Thanks t

  • 07:25 Algebra Word Problem - Factoring

    Algebra Word Problem - Factoring

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    Learn how to solve this algebra word problem by factoring. A garden has an area of 84 square feet and the length is 8 feet longer than the width. You must find the dimensions of the garden using factoring. My name is Chris and my passion is to teach math.

  • 09:25 How Many Dimensions Can You See?

    How Many Dimensions Can You See?

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    Flatland and how many dimensions you can see (HINT: it's not 3!) Hi! I'm Jade. I make physics videos that will make you smarter while making you smile :) ***SUBSCRIBE*** https://www.youtube.com/c/upandatom ***Let's be friends*** TWITTER: https://twitter.c

  • 07:51 Volume: How To Measure It | Measurement | Pre-Algebra | Khan Academy

    Volume: How To Measure It | Measurement | Pre-Algebra | Khan Academy

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    Volume is a measurement in the 3rd dimension. This means that it not only has width and height, but it has depth as well. Let's watch this video in which we get a great explanation of how we measure volume. Practice this lesson yourself on KhanAcademy.org

  • 02:46 Self Propelled Modular Transporter (SPMT)

    Self Propelled Modular Transporter (SPMT)

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    A self-propelled modular transporter (SPMT) is a platform vehicle with a large array of wheels. SPMTs are used for transporting massive objects such as large bridge sections, oil refining equipment, motors and other objects that are too big or heavy for t

  • 09:11 Can You Solve The Rectangle Ratio Puzzle? The Surprising Answer

    Can You Solve The Rectangle Ratio Puzzle? The Surprising Answer

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    Start with a unit square (a rectangle with both sides equal to 1, call it R1). Attach a rectangle of area 1 to its right side, then attach a rectangle of area 1 to its top. The border of this new shape is another rectangle, call it R2. We can repeat the p

  • 09:23 Why Planes Don't Fly Over the Pacific Ocean

    Why Planes Don't Fly Over the Pacific Ocean

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    Why do airlines avoid the Pacific Ocean? You might think it was a safety issue. The Pacific is the largest and deepest of the world’s oceans. If a plane encounters a problem over a seemingly endless and bottomless pond of water, the pilots are going

  • 16:41 CD-ROM Under the Microscope [2000x]

    CD-ROM Under the Microscope [2000x]

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    Today we look at a CD-ROM under a variety of magnifications up to an ‘empty’ 2000x. Here’s a link to the Applied Science video that I used as inspiration for my own foil separating technique: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuCdsyCWmt8 Why use ‘empty’ 200

  • 04:57 Why Elon Musk Wants to Implant an Electrical Wire in Your Brain

    Why Elon Musk Wants to Implant an Electrical Wire in Your Brain

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    Elon Musk's Neuralink is planning on inserting electrodes in brains to help people who are paralyzed use robotic prosthetics. Subscribe to Seeker!http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker Watch more Elements! http://bit.ly/ElementsPlaylist Elon Musks Neuralink presen

  • 03:02 Oldest Inn (1958)

    Oldest Inn (1958)

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    Bletchingly, Surrey. Exterior. M/S of an elderly woman walking down a quaint village street. L/S of the street, in the foreground is the Whyte Harte Inn. The narrator explains that the inn dates from 1388. Low angle C/U of the wrought iron inn sign. Inter

  • 04:24 Unboxing the Universe

    Unboxing the Universe

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    What if everything in the universe came to your doorstep...in a box?! What The Physics is BACK! Future episodes will explore the universe—but first, let's unbox it. Subscribe: http://youtube.com/whatthephysics?sub... ↓Want more info?↓ SCIENTIFIC NOTES: Ex


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