Bizarre traveling flame discovery
A cast saw on human skin
6 ай бұрын
Wirtz pumps are really clever
The Golf Ball Paradox
8 ай бұрын
The Spool Paradox
11 ай бұрын
How the portal illusion works
Can water solve a maze?
Жыл бұрын
Acoustic cameras can SEE sound
This microscope uses touch
Жыл бұрын
Caustic lenses are really weird
The Turntable Paradox
Жыл бұрын
I played tic-tac-toe against DNA
@jader6423 2 минут бұрын
I was thinking that there might be some kind of plant that uses that mechanism or animal that snaps its jaw shut. But essentially if feel like the old flip phones do this with a small spring and cam system.
@richardbloemenkamp8532 3 минут бұрын
0:58 the saddest thing ever, instant tears in my eyes. ;-)
@cullainherring8374 17 минут бұрын
Sssooo eeerrr why’d he shave off half the beard when he was explaining the sand bit
@hamiltonmcgregor5534 36 минут бұрын
My high ass assumes the air pressure/ water pressure helps it find its way out
@Woodland_Adventures 46 минут бұрын
Same reason that objects in space act the way they do around other bigger objects iirc.
@BenjaminVestergaard 48 минут бұрын
Would have made a great ending if you proved that by getting the structure out of balance, it would collapse.
@davidunkown1925 Сағат бұрын
It would be interesting to see this redesigned with a slight opening underneath the designs and a fuel reservoir for long term use, wonder how long it could be sustained in a metal print as a desk distractor with a sizable reservoir
@scapeghost4212 Сағат бұрын
Do all British dr pepper bottles look so ridiculous
@anirudhsingla507 Сағат бұрын
The same can be seen in the myocardium( heart muscles) since they are also self excitable(self rhythmicity)cells analogous to this excitable medium. Ectopic foci and and arrhythmias can also form similar self sustaining loops leading ultimately to heart failure.
@Nucknyan 2 сағат бұрын
Anyone else get jumpscared by his face at 2:39
@user-vd1jw3qt5v 2 сағат бұрын
@anirudhsingla507 2 сағат бұрын
Capillary action depends on the cross sectional area of the tube
@themissionary58 2 сағат бұрын
The enemy's ball is down - Ender Wiggin
@Notforyou201 2 сағат бұрын
It’s a decorative toggle switch for lighting in a common American household. They are rectangular in shape.
@TheSpyderx82 2 сағат бұрын
@TheSpyderx82 2 сағат бұрын
No one knows why? Because air cannot enter and the outside air continues it's pressure (if it even needed it). I'm not an expert here 🤷‍♂️ If you know more than me I would appreciate the lesson 😊
@TheSpyderx82 2 сағат бұрын
One video, one subscribe 😮
@goodboyinc 2 сағат бұрын
I would have thought it was the rebound from the floor.
@Bundysvideos 3 сағат бұрын
Compound bows?… as you bring them up in the video.
@CHRISTO_1001 3 сағат бұрын
@FrostyFate 3 сағат бұрын
Is there a paper published on this? the fire ring thing specifically
@AEON. 4 сағат бұрын
A hydraulic press can press a ball of steel - once it hits its maximum say 500 tons and the material around the steel ball warms up as the steel ball warms up and then it snaps from the steel ball cracking and exploding out - that is a short period of time where it is easier for the press to go down and actually press. What is similar in nature? Rocks crushing under a glacier and not only that, but the rock destroying a heavier and more denser glacier. This compression is also what causes glaciers to be able to move, a slight heat from friction and electric shock arches from say, crushing certain types of rocks or minerals such as Quartzite (or Quartz since it's pores are technically sealed with water which is conductive as well, or ice or other materials under the pressure of the glacier - yes folks, Quartz and Quartzite are different - no pores = more strength 💪) Oh and ice has a thermal conductivity that is more than three times higher than water if the ice is at a normal temperature and not like, super cooled or in a different form of ice - water is weird okay... we still don't know how many forms ice or water can actually create or be in the state of. We know almost NOTHING about water - this is a scientific #FACT. Anyways, I hope this gives you something to ponder on Steve! - Nicholas Brown, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (Big Fan!)
@karlchwe9644 4 сағат бұрын
Comes of using mertric syrstem. The EU messed up everything.
@seanbordenkircher7854 4 сағат бұрын
All neatness aside from the microscope, that twenty pence coin is beautiful!
@justice8042 4 сағат бұрын
I think that the thing that is Easy Hard Easy is a lock in a door.
@AEON. 4 сағат бұрын
So if you hit something fast, you can create a 500 ton press on a small surface area? How would you be able to do this and create a plasma arch to essentially "PUNCH OUT" diamonds in say, a sheet of carbon and create diamonds with each punch? 🤔 Extreme Compound Gearing!
@Krishnajha20101 5 сағат бұрын
An RS latch might be interesting? Maybe like memory?
@borischan5252 5 сағат бұрын
i'm 90% sure your explanation of pressure is not the main reason so the reasoning is incorrect.. or at least it is not the main contributor to this effect. You can in fact force the top to be leveled by closing the system (say put a lid on it and use something inside to stir) and you will get the same effect. In fact, in your own video, as the stirring slowed down so the top basically are flat (due to gravity pulling it down), you still get a substantially large bulk at the bottom. I think you are overthinking it. It is very intuitive because you are stirring the middle liquid which has the majority of mass in the glass. the velocity is given by the "push" motion, you input "force" into the system. But because the glass is a wall, the liquid moving straight towards the glass is having a reaction force against the angle of the curve wall, pointing towards the middle, so the liquid move in a circle. Also the liquid closer to the wall is also pushing against the water towards the middle.. causing the liquid towards the middle also moving in circle, etc. However, since the top and bottom (denser liquid) are not a closed wall, the faster velocity and the fact that the force is acting against the wall means some of the liquid would be pushed up and down, with this effect being greatest near the glass wall, thus creating this effect. When you rotate the whole glass, you are no longer just stirring the middle liquid, but everything is being stirred this case the liquid is being moved by the drag of the glass towards the liquid, not the liquid's velocity acting against the wallet. So you dont get this effect.
@Hermit_mouse 5 сағат бұрын
This is also why loogies so often take on the barbell shape.
@systrex 5 сағат бұрын
It's not the heat from your fingers that is making it cut; it's from the pressure. Do it with a glove on and I promise you will have the same result
@cheezkibbles1626 6 сағат бұрын
now we can finally have diamond swords in real life
@WaterAssassini 6 сағат бұрын
What about the bug that the has a catch on its abdomen the lets the energy go so it launches in the air when it’s stuck on it back?
@yosephalabdulwahab4151 7 сағат бұрын
Toolbox latches is the most common example of that last example
@jatpack3 7 сағат бұрын
Why does this video have a flat earth context banner on it? KZfaq is losing its mind
@Devo491 7 сағат бұрын
The behaviour of the waves reminded me of the way the surface of a surf wave smooths out as the wave builds and pitches. Not the same effect, which is simply the surface 'stretching', but eerily reminiscent of the string's behaviour.
@wordsayer19 7 сағат бұрын
Honestly, the last mechanism sounds a lot like the human knee or elbow. When you go from a squatting position to a standing position, it goes from difficult to easy once you approach the standing position. Then you can "lock" your knee by pushing it past the pivot point, resting all your weight on the joint instead of muscle force. Then you can "release" that energy by pushing the knee back forward, moving the weight back onto the muscles, so you can drop to the floor. Many people do this intentionally as a school-yard prank.
@flavioryu5922 7 сағат бұрын
I just found out that i have been moving eyes independently my whole LIFE but i never realised it because i never filmed myself or looked in the mirror while doing it!!!!
@TheRidiculouslyOptimisticGuy 7 сағат бұрын
That destroyed how I visualize a 💎
@thatsroughbuddy1407 7 сағат бұрын
Diamond armpit users:
@thatsroughbuddy1407 7 сағат бұрын
armour *
@lindathomas5500 8 сағат бұрын
lol got half way through and thought hang on why does he only have half a beard! 😂 then I thought… I bet he’s been doing removing it slowly so no one noticed! 😂
@KurtvincentCabais 8 сағат бұрын
@dimasb8452 8 сағат бұрын
Nokia flip phone?
@hardboiledfrog 8 сағат бұрын
Steve, did you say "span" as the past tense of "spin" at 6:00? great video :)
@thomasglessner6067 8 сағат бұрын
@atikshnanda7200 8 сағат бұрын
Why is everyone finding it difficult to understand? Not implying that im smort but ig people just want to be spoonfed
@BinkyTheToaster 9 сағат бұрын
what's also interesting is that while diamond is a good insulator of electricity, when hit with an ultraviolet laser, it becomes a near-perfect conductor, able to handle tens of thousands of amperes of current through a very small piece of diamond.
@asbergan 10 сағат бұрын
You forgot to mentioned the pistol shrimp who can create cavitation bubbles, but even more impressive if you ask me is the use of stored energy found in plants to spread seeds. There are a surprising amount of plants that spread their seeds by catapulting them in a variety of ways both dry and wet. If you include energy stored as a liquid at high pressure, even some fungi or molds uses stored energy. 10 сағат бұрын
Wow, such a simple explanation lol. I've actually learned something today 😂
@rickylee5443 10 сағат бұрын
@prime_wolf1354 10 сағат бұрын
Thank god iit isn’t on instagram 😂