Tag: science

Aug 12, 2017

What Happens When You Do a Barrel Roll While Drinking a Glass of Water

What Happens When You Do a Barrel Roll While Drinking a Glass of Water

Please tell me that control panel is waterproof

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Aug 9, 2017

An Elegant Lesson in Physics Told Through Blowing Bubbles

An Elegant Lesson in Physics Told Through Blowing Bubbles

Tom Noddy shows Marcus du Sautoy how bubbles form the most efficient shapes and how these change the more bubbles are joined together

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Jul 27, 2017

Optimistic Nihilism

Optimistic Nihilism

The philosophy of Kurzgesagt, YouTube’s most existential science channel

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Jul 14, 2017

The World’s Largest Super Soaker Shoots at 2,400 PSI and 243 mph

The World’s Largest Super Soaker Shoots at 2,400 PSI and 243 mph

It can split a watermelon in half

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Jul 14, 2017

Google’s DeepMind AI was Told to Teach Itself How to Walk and This is What it Came Up With

Google’s DeepMind AI was Told to Teach Itself How to Walk and This is What it Came Up With

Google’s AI was asked to teach itself how to get from point A to point B without any prior knowledge of walking, running, jumping or climbing

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Jul 8, 2017

Popping a Balloon in a Reverberation Room vs an Anechoic Chamber

Popping a Balloon in a Reverberation Room vs an Anechoic Chamber

The science of sound

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Jul 5, 2017

Exploding Skateboard Wheels with a 60,000 PSI Water Jet Cutter

Exploding Skateboard Wheels with a 60,000 PSI Water Jet Cutter

In super slow motion of course

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