St John Ambulance have just released an animated video with helpful tips on how to save a choking baby. With assistance from a talking marble, princess, pen lid and jelly baby; learn the correct technique to use on babies that are choking.
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After finding three giant bags of wool at a garage sale, Imgur user and knitter Otterknot decided to make a gigantic knitted blanket, using two huge pieces of PVC pipe for knitting needles. She posted the step-by-step process to Imgur which you can see below. [via Laughing Squid] 1. Getting the right thickness…
David Warther, son of the world’s renown master carver Ernest “Mooney” Warther, shows us how to carve (in 10 cuts!) the famous pliers they give away to all the visiting children to the Warther Museum.
Light up your next dinner party with a table that glows in the dark! You can find the complete step-by-step instructions at Instructables. Photoluminescent (glow) powder mixed with clear casting resin fills the naturally formed voids in this Pecky Cypress hardwood, creating a unique and stunning table. The glow powder charges up in sunlight…
Meanwhile in Japan, the most metal way to make fried shrimp ever. The live action demonstration was a spot for Japanese telecom Docomo as a memorable way to tout their high-speed LTE cellular network. No CG was used in the making of this video.
All you need is some copper wire, a few magnets a battery and voila! A simple electric train you can make at home. However the best part of this video doesn’t happen until the very end… Best URL ever! Alternatively, you can subscribe to “AmazingScience 君” here.
Dave Hax demonstrates a simple technique to help you draw a near perfect freehand circle. The technique could be useful for drawing quick charts, diagrams and sketches.
Should you ever find yourself needing to peel a LOT of apples, grab a power drill and a peeler and decimate that apple skin in one, gloriously long strand.
Watch Danny Yip, the executive pasta chef of Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills turn a lump of dough into hundreds of delicious noodles. This type of Chinese noodle is known as Lamian, which is made by stretching and folding the dough into strands. The artistic display is wonderfully narrated by the always entertaining Alton…
Even when you know how it’s done it doesn’t make it any easier to imitate! This is a clip from the documentary, I Know That Voice (2013). Voice actor Bob Bergen explains how to talk like the famous Looney Tunes character, Porky Pig.