This is a video of a couple divers from the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (stay away from the triangle!) cracking an egg at a depth of around 60-feet to see how the yolk and white respond at that pressure. It was pretty cool to watch I suppose. Even cooler
This is a video of Slow Mo Guys Gav and Dan shooting a Newton’s Cradle desktop physics toy and filming the action in ultra slow motion. The resulting footage may surprise you, especially if you expected to see anything but a Newton’s Cradle getting shot in ultra-slow motion. No bikini
These are two TikTok videos of Texas A&M University physics and astronomy professor Dr. Tatiana Erukhimova demonstrating inertia (the property of an object to resist change in its motion) with two experiments: one involving pounding a knife through a skewered potato with a rubber mallet, and another dropping an egg
This is a video from WIRED of astrophysicist Paul M. Sutter answering questions asked on Twitter. Questions like what is dark matter, how many exoplanets are there, what’s it like a black hole, and what is a parallel universe? Unfortunately, he did not answer any of the love and relationship
Because even Aquaman deserves hydraulic press crushing entertainment he can relate to, this is a video of the fun-loving folks at the Hydraulic Press Channel crushing cans and bottles underwater with a 40-ton press. Not only can Aquaman related to the underwater aspect of the video, but I’m sure he
This is a video from Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) planetary astronomer Dr. James O’Donoghue (previously), detailing how far you’d be able to throw a ball on other planets compared to on earth. I learned a lot by watching it. Mostly, that I’m not convinced I could even throw a
This is a video of science experimenter and TikTok user Joemyheck using a massive lens to focus the sun’s energy on a tiny pinpoint on a rock, harnessing so much power it’s able to spawl, fracture, and melt the rock, eventually cracking it in half, forming a crack rock. Wow!
Note: Keep your volume in check. In how to piss off the Ninja Turtles news, this is a video of an intentional detonation in an underground tunnel that causes a shockwave to travel back and forth along the length of it because it has nowhere else to go. Sounds like