Nov 062014
 
Non-Newtonian Fluid In Slow Motion

A non-Newtonian liquid is a complex paste or slurry that isn’t quite a solid or a liquid. It can actually exhibit the properties of both a liquid and solid depending on the circumstances. Gav and Dan of The Slow Mo Guys made a homemade non-Newtonian fluid simply using water and corn starch. The gloppy goop is both runny and thick. Weird. They put their concoction on a speaker playing music and hit record on their super slow motion camera. The resulting video is trippy to say the least.

 


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Nov 062014
 
Space Station Astronauts Put GoPro Into Floating Water Bubble

Astronauts spend their time on the International Space Station working on science experiments that can only be done in zero-gravity. But it’s not just hard work and number crunching. In this new video by NASA’s Marshall Center, a group of astronauts create a large bubble of floating water and then put a waterproof GoPro camera inside it. You know, for science!

 


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Nov 042014
 
Dropping A Bowling Ball And Feathers In A Perfect Vacuum Proves Science

Brian Cox of the BBC had the incredible opportunity to visit NASA’s Space Power Facility in Ohio to see the world’s largest vacuum chamber. As most kids learn in school that a bowling ball and a feather will fall at the same speed due to gravity if there is no air resistance, he and his new NASA friends decided to demonstrate the famous science experiment.

Even though the results are known, the experiment is still stunning to watch. The feathers and ball fall at the exact same rate and hit the ground at the same moment. Amazing!

This video has gone viral with over one million hits!

 


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Oct 222014
 
Adorable Dachshund Rings Bell For Treat

Nearly every science student learns about Pavlov’s drooling dogs. In Pavlov’s experiment, dogs were offered food with the chime of a bell. Naturally, the dogs drooled at the sight of the yummy food. But after enough reinforcement, the dogs would drool at just the sound of the chime with no food present at all. 

Pet owner Kirk Miller decided to conduct a similar experiment where he gave his cute Dachshund puppy a bell to ring in order to be offered a snack. The cute puppy quickly learned to ring the bell over and over. 

 


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Oct 162014
 
How To Charge Your Phone With 9 Volt Battery

You never know when something will go wrong and you’ll need to use your phone to call for help. But what do you do when you realize your phone is dead and you’re no where near a power outlet?? Thankfully, the Crazy Russian Hacker demonstrates how to charge your phone using those ubiquitous, square 9 volt batteries that always end up in the junk drawer in this video

 


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