The author of this video used different science experiments to create stunning visuals made by the sound itself.
Physics teacher James Lincoln does 10 demonstrations using tuning forks with everyday lab items like strobes, mirrors, water, ping pong balls, oscilloscopes, and lasers.
This is the Lockheed Martin Fortis, which works by transferring loads through the device to the ground in a standing or kneeling position thereby allowing the wearer to lift heavy tools as if they were weightless. The design uses a Equipois zeroG® arm that can manage objects up to 36 lbs (16 kg) and the entire exoskeleton moves with the body and can adapt to the person wearing it, which will increase productivity and reduce muscle fatigue over the long term.
Getting stung by a jellyfish is not a pleasant experience, but do you know what it all looks like up close? Let's see with a high speed camera and a microscope some terrifying slow motion footage.
Internet’s favorite scientist Neil DeGrasse Tyson has a message for the whole world about GMO food. Doesn't make Monsanto any better though...
So, is eating gluten-free actually good for you?
Not long ago, Jimmy Kimmel asked gluten-free people if they knew what gluten was and of course, most gluten-free people had no idea. It really proved that the gluten-free trend is BS but it didn't give any explanations on what gluten actually is. This video corrects that..
It's called the 'triple point' and it's mind-blowing!
Wiki: "The triple point of a substance is the temperature and pressure at which the three phases (gas, liquid, and solid) of that substance coexist in thermodynamic equilibrium."