Tag: science

Sep 28, 2015

This Much Will Kill You

This Much Will Kill You

AsaapSCIENCE investigates how much and/or how long it would take for everyday things to kill you.

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Sep 24, 2015

Why It’s Impossible to Perfectly Tune a Piano

Why It’s Impossible to Perfectly Tune a Piano

MinutePhysiscs explains the mathematics behind why pianos can’t be perfectly tuned.

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Sep 7, 2015

Picture of the Day: Ferrofluid Up Close

Picture of the Day: Ferrofluid Up Close

A ferrofluid (portmanteau of ferromagnetic and fluid) is a liquid that becomes strongly magnetized in the presence of a magnetic field. It was invented in 1963 by NASA’s Steve Papell

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Sep 4, 2015

Guy Sings Same Song in 15 Different Environments to Experiment with Natural Reverb

Guy Sings Same Song in 15 Different Environments to Experiment with Natural Reverb

Joachim Müllner sings the same song in 15 different environments—including an anechoic chamber—to experiment with natural reverb, early reflections and short delays.

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Aug 31, 2015

MythBusters Test ‘The Gun’ from the Breaking Bad Series Finale

MythBusters Test ‘The Gun’ from the Breaking Bad Series Finale

Adam and Jamie take on one of the biggest tv myths around, Walter White’s booby trap from the Breaking Bad series finale.

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Aug 28, 2015

50 Fascinating Facts About Our Oceans [Infographic]

50 Fascinating Facts About Our Oceans [Infographic]

A huge infographic of 50 interesting facts about our oceans from sources like NASA, the NOAA and National Geographic.

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Aug 18, 2015

Project Sunroof Uses Google Maps to Measure Your Roof’s Solar Income Potential

Project Sunroof Uses Google Maps to Measure Your Roof’s Solar Income Potential

Project Sunroof wants to map the planet’s solar potential, one rooftop at a time.

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