I just thought that you should know that. Yes it’s not that scientific of a test, and yes all the theoretical math and science should answer the question for you, but I thought you should know for yourself by watching this six minute video. Don’t say I never did anything for you.
I like Mark Rober, some of his videos are cool, some are awkward, most are enjoyable. This one is really interesting he goes into how he stalked his package thieves, then how he enlisted the help of his friend to design and build a glitter+fart bombing dummy package. I don’t want to spoil anything, but … Continued
Crazy things. Of course you know that helium gives you chipmunk voice. The others get surprising. I think my favorite is Xenon, “It almost feels like it’s attracted to the ground”. It should be noted that this is something you should never do as they very likely can kill you if done in excess and … Continued
It’s always fun watching people push LEGO to the limits. Here you can get a crash course in gear reduction and how to generate torque. It’s interesting to see the differences in weights that can be lifted. And it soon becomes apparent that the limitations aren’t in the gearing, or the motor, it’s the other … Continued
It will never cease to amaze me with the ingenuity of people when it comes to LEGO contraptions. I’ve never seen one of these full size bridge girder movers, but watching this LEGO version makes me amazed at how humans have been able to make machines to make life easier. Especially since this machine is … Continued
These short YouTube videos make it very easy to learn things. You might not get a quality education. And you might get more of a cliff’s notes version, but you learn things. And if it’s interesting for you, you can use it to learn more about things in general. Such is the case surrounding trying … Continued
If for some reason you wanted to make a steam engine made entirely out of (what I can assume is hand-blown) glass, then the above video should be right up your alley. I’m sure that is serves some sort of educational purpose, but I’m also sure that whatever purpose it is, this device is far … Continued
This is a simple question, but sometimes, the simplest things are the most difficult to grasp.
Here’s some 360° video of this Monday’s total Solar Eclipse. Witnessing this event in person was amazing. We drove 16 hours down to Greenville South Carolina only to be stuck in clouds. Not to worry though, because that was a major fear of ours, we were prepared and rushed in the opposite direction of the … Continued
Once in a lifetime. Well, only if you think a total solar eclipse is the end of the world that is. This afternoon, starting at around 1:09pm and lasting until just after 4pm Eastern the sun will begin to be blotted out by the Moon. It’s funny how that works, the moon is the … Continued