Oct 232014
Why Is The Sun Yellow And The Sky Blue

Have you ever stopped to think why the sun looks yellow and the sky looks blue? Doesn’t the sun simply emit pure, glorious, clear light? And the sky obviously is clear as well. So why does the sun and sky appear to have color? Minute Physics explains in this new video


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Jul 062014
How Far Can Legolas See

There’s a famous scene in Lord of the Rings when the elf Legolas claims to see the horsemen five leagues, around 24 km, away. He even says that their leader is very tall. Is this really possible? Educator Minute Physics reviews how we actually see light, and explains that Legolas most likely couldn’t see that far in real life. Of course, there aren’t elves in real life… 


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Apr 272014
How To See Without Wearing Glasses

Have you ever found yourself without your seeing eye-glasses? It’s a nightmare. Minute Physics explains an easy trick to see without wearing your glasses in this new video. Simply look through a small hole. The idea being that a small pin hole can focus light from any distance since it only allows light to come from one specific place.  


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Apr 112014
When Insanity Becomes Normal In Venezuela

Most people are unaware that Venezuela is in the midst of revolution. Ever since the dictator Hugo Chavez died, the country has been unstable. 

Now, instability has turned into chaos. 

Henry of the educational channel Minute Physics has a friend in Venezuela who is just a regular citizen trying to make it day by day. 

He explains in this powerful video how he has become complacent with the status-quo as a defense mechanism as he and his countrymen attempt to put their lives back together. 


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Feb 162014
How Modern Light Bulbs Work

The traditional incandescent light bulb was invented at the end of the 1800′s. That’s right. Countless people are still using 19th century technology. 

We can do better. 

There are an array of new light bulbs that are more effective and efficient at producing light than the old incandescent. 

Science channel Minute Physics covers them all and explains how they work in this new video.


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