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  • John Barry
    John Barry 3 hours ago

    You should look at the way the old Tektronix oscilloscopes were made. It is AWESOME!

  • Mike Thompson
    Mike Thompson 3 hours ago

    In a sense that's the same as a cat shot off an aircraft carrier. Just at a much slower speed.

  • Valber Cesar
    Valber Cesar 3 hours ago

    great video! I think that in the first bike, it was almost/impossible to control, mostly NOT due the reverse control itself, but because there is a huge slack on the spin movement. Look to 2:49 and put on slow speed. You shall see that when the guy put control left again, the bike doesn't respond; it kept to the right. I mean, the bike it is not properly adjusted to be used. If it is properly adjusted, you can use the head movement to figure out the reverse movement, after some training. It also occur when we reverse the mouse control on PC. So hard in the first time.

  • Eliss
    Eliss 4 hours ago

    교수님 물리가 너무 어렵습니다..

  • Ignorant Homo Sapien

    Wow I'm impressed with the project by the Girl (I don't know how to spell her name) I like these kind of projects simple yet able to explain complex things.

  • anthony means
    anthony means 4 hours ago

    youtube has zero interest in stopping videos that are making money.

  • Andre Verhoef
    Andre Verhoef 4 hours ago

    when you can feel the hayfever through the screen

    YINGBEI ZHU 4 hours ago

    How many times I’ve said WTF

  • Fajar Suci
    Fajar Suci 4 hours ago


  • Ralsei Onficial
    Ralsei Onficial 4 hours ago

    Laminar Flow + Spoon That's a bad idea

  • Willem Beltman
    Willem Beltman 5 hours ago

    I think the astronaut already knows this, but it is about the air in between vs the momentum of the waterdruplet, the air in between the gap gets compressed by the hoverboard effect of the sealing waterdruplet, this air then pushes back and outward, so the kinetic energy of the druplet makes it bounce up again, off of the water. This then creates a negative pressure sucking the air back in between the gap before it can leave out the side. After that the water inside of the duplet bounces against the surface tention of the top (which is hold in place by the vaccum underneath the duplet), which reverses the motion of the water inside the druplet. Then everything repeats until the kinetic energy inside the duplet is lost. You can see this because the duplet keeps moving while laying on the water, if it stops moving it merges. Adding the resonating water makes this effect happen extra because the gaps on the side of the druplet becomes closed by the waves. The resonating motion of the surface might also help resonate with the bounce of the droplet, keeping it in motion longer.

  • Seyfo Putra
    Seyfo Putra 5 hours ago

    Indonesia kwn2

  • jerry smith
    jerry smith 5 hours ago

    CNN is the fake news!! Watch Mark DICE' video explaining the censorship Clip-Share engages in.

  • Rajesh Gupta
    Rajesh Gupta 5 hours ago

    moon stone ladies thanks

  • Jonathan Haruni
    Jonathan Haruni 5 hours ago

    Awesome video, thank you!

  • Diabolical Device
    Diabolical Device 5 hours ago

    Mandela Effect Algorithm is very possible , but what about are memories ? Did Algorithm change them to . I find this topic very interesting as it could be used to create Mandela effects , or am I just insane .

  • Diabolical Device
    Diabolical Device 5 hours ago

    Can the Mandela Effect be an Algorithm to drive us insane . Algorithm changing names of company's , foods , places , whenever we look on the internet for the change etc an effect the Algorithm makes fake webpages to make us think reality has changed ! Please can you look into the matter thank you .

  • Hitarth Dixit
    Hitarth Dixit 5 hours ago

    imagine linus dropping that 14kb module in front of this old guy

  • DTJ Craft
    DTJ Craft 6 hours ago


  • DTJ Craft
    DTJ Craft 6 hours ago

    The face of ... 0:04 if you pause in the right time

  • Uncool Ben
    Uncool Ben 6 hours ago

    poor old destin .. he SOOOO believes in all of this. If I were him, I'd sue NASA for making him look dumber everyday

  • Vincelhey Perez
    Vincelhey Perez 6 hours ago

    0:46 did he just said alabama??

  • Stephen Pilapil
    Stephen Pilapil 6 hours ago

    Cyberpunk: 2077

  • Brian Neeley
    Brian Neeley 7 hours ago

    They are *ALL* fun. Granted, I may not have learned AS MUCH on this video, but I still learned a lot.

  • Ahmed Sh. A. Bazama
    Ahmed Sh. A. Bazama 7 hours ago

    12:30 Those guys are the awesomest :O

  • Alan Hill
    Alan Hill 7 hours ago

    Absolutely awesome video, Luke is a legend!

  • Camhollo11
    Camhollo11 8 hours ago

    When did DCS get such good graphics?

  • sathish kumar
    sathish kumar 8 hours ago


  • Habiba Imran
    Habiba Imran 8 hours ago

    Try to hit this ball on the rocket club you made.

  • It's Our Channel
    It's Our Channel 8 hours ago

    Hey Destin, I was wondering if there is some application we can use this on. Any uses ?

  • TheBeccabus
    TheBeccabus 9 hours ago

    This is fabulous! Thank you!

  • Dougie Mah
    Dougie Mah 9 hours ago

    Is the subsonic bullet on the slow motion like a fighter jet plane making a vapor cone?

  • Gary Seal
    Gary Seal 10 hours ago

    Not in a million years would I have thought about the level of detail and control involved in the processing of these samples. Very cool.

  • Alfred Allen
    Alfred Allen 10 hours ago

    Yeah blender is used for everything.

  • Brant Matlock
    Brant Matlock 10 hours ago

    I think gamers would pick up on this quicker than most. Especially gamers from the N64 era plus.

  • Michael Sears
    Michael Sears 11 hours ago

    Technically people can survive through a sound wave impact. A small one

  • Michael Sears
    Michael Sears 11 hours ago

    Water dome mosquito net, your daughter's science project was legit, and can you sustain something in mid air with turbulent flow (air) . Like levitation with sounds

  • Rony Francisco
    Rony Francisco 11 hours ago

    Why don’t they just make the center in which it has to reset a bigger area

  • Ashley Nash
    Ashley Nash 11 hours ago

    Tina fey ?

  • stevenwinsir
    stevenwinsir 11 hours ago

    I cannot believe I just watched this video 11 years later since he uploaded.

  • agam payama
    agam payama 11 hours ago


  • RayRay aintmylastname
    RayRay aintmylastname 11 hours ago

    In the 1970's I *WORKED* on the Burroughs 3500 series MAINFRAME computer systems. Install & maintain. They had 30K Core memory 'stacks'. EXTREMELY reliable. Note: in real life there were many, not just 2, wires that ran though each core. The X and the Y current lines, each carried only 1/2 the current necessary to 'flip' a core. These ran in a matrix 'diagonally' across the core stack. Only the chosen core got both currents (enough to cause a flip if it wasn't already in that state). Then the sense line, it ran though all the 1's or 2' or 4's, (etc) and would sense if ANY bit in that plane flipped. Then there was the X and the Y 'Inhibit" lines that ran diagonally across the stack and ran current in the opposite direction to the X and Y lines, in the bit planes not to be sensed to prevent the other bits from flipping in that bit plane. That's 5 wires though EACH core! 1st computer I was the maintenance engineer on had 180K of 'system memory', 6 'stacks'. It ran an entire Air Force base, about 40 terminals plus batch processing on many programs in the computer itself. In 7 years of running 24 X 7, about 4 systems (you add up the hours) I only had 1 failure, and it was a matrix transformer that fed current though one of the inhibit wires. BTW, the inhibit lines ran at 26 volts. It's amazing what they did with so little.

    • RayRay aintmylastname
      RayRay aintmylastname 10 hours ago

      One more thing: The wires that ran though the cores, EXTREMELY fine (must have been easy to break during assembly) were insulated by a fine film of 'varnish'. If this was scrapped off during assembly then the current from one wire could short over to another. The women who did the assembly, ... incredible skills!

  • Scientific_Mind
    Scientific_Mind 11 hours ago

    Georgia Tech ♥️

  • Tommy Kula
    Tommy Kula 11 hours ago


  • Phillip Pasteur
    Phillip Pasteur 11 hours ago

    1100 km? Dumber every day...

  • Charlie
    Charlie 12 hours ago


  • Dawson Lear
    Dawson Lear 12 hours ago

    Foley artists are amazing

  • CJA1* SalesForce
    CJA1* SalesForce 13 hours ago

    What a Gimmick - Common science being misrepresented to gullible public as some Gravity converts to Light. Real shame on you guys trying to promote and market a Dynamo ( A DC Generator )product that produces Light. The real conversion happening is - not by Gravity. Gravity used just as an aid to rotate the the generator - which actually provides EMF Voltage for illuminating LED. And of course - You Never can achieve Perpetual control. Somebody needs to restore weights back to top - so as to have it drop again and thereby spin generator. Instead - you can simply put the mechanical spring loaded Timer ( used in old Washing machines) to do same. Why such cumbersome pulleys and Weight Loads. Making Fools out of innocent people. STOP your Fake Innovation.

  • HairlessWookie OfHoth
    HairlessWookie OfHoth 13 hours ago

    Maybe the reason the tip of the whip follows the shockwave is because directly behind the shockwave is lower air pressure

    • HairlessWookie OfHoth
      HairlessWookie OfHoth 13 hours ago

      I have another cool experiment ive always wanted to try with a hollowed out baseball bat, a spring, and a lead weight.. You know how when u flip and pull your legs in you spin faster... Imagine that with a baseball bat hollowed out with a weight.. If the weight and spring could be triggered by the swing of the bat, maybe it would swing faster??

  • Safton
    Safton 13 hours ago

    Lethal Weapon 4 brought me here.

  • L C
    L C 13 hours ago

    If facebook is censoring our content, and gives 50 million dollars to code. Are they funding future citizen censorships?

  • Jeff Green
    Jeff Green 14 hours ago

    6:33 Looks like jello

  • Raise
    Raise 14 hours ago

    go watch your first video. is that you or is that someone else?

  • Bobby Girl
    Bobby Girl 14 hours ago

    Did you try dyslexic people?

  • Warren Mallick
    Warren Mallick 14 hours ago

    Surface tension I would guess

  • Jennifer Piper
    Jennifer Piper 14 hours ago

    That was fantastic! Thanks for the knowledge and experience share. Very well articulated!

  • cupido4amor
    cupido4amor 14 hours ago

    That my friend is really a thin spider web.

  • Μιχάλης
    Μιχάλης 14 hours ago

    3:33 why censorship victims gotta be the bad guys? I mean sure here you're talking about Qtards, but in general?

  • weeble dweeble
    weeble dweeble 15 hours ago

    Now i just see 2 full grown men in a military position lining up with a bunch of 5-10 year olds for swimming lessons

  • Jeff B
    Jeff B 15 hours ago

    I love the mole under his lip

  • King Krimzon
    King Krimzon 15 hours ago


  • STACKED_Studios
    STACKED_Studios 16 hours ago

    Your son has a higher iq than my 6 year old cousin. He can’t even ride a regular bike

  • WitherWolf33
    WitherWolf33 16 hours ago

    5:28 The cat steals the show.

  • Dreamer Ballena
    Dreamer Ballena 16 hours ago

    1 Like = 10 New subscribers

  • fergal farrelly
    fergal farrelly 17 hours ago

    An amazingly smart man with amazingly smart family.

  • Terrance Wiechel
    Terrance Wiechel 17 hours ago

    Not really what I want to see this evening lmfao

  • Alex Atudor
    Alex Atudor 17 hours ago

    With sensors from robot protesics they will know the intention of one and make predictions for the platform, also the acustic problem can be solvet with protection pasive and active. Good ideas,no?

  • Robert Willis
    Robert Willis 17 hours ago

    Wouldn't load for me. Played evey other video except this one. They already know I love manipulating pattern analytic tests. This is very similar to those. I see patterns in everything natural or man made I've been doing this since before I heard that algorithms were used to manipulate what content I was being given access to. Before algorithmic analysis using computers. Tests and surveys were designed to ask a series of questions in which the same question was asked in several different ways. By recognizing this it was then easy to answer each version of the question with a different answer. This effectively nullified the results. You can also manipulate the outcome to steer the results in whichever direction you desire.

  • RowdyRides
    RowdyRides 17 hours ago

    Canister shot coming your way would be terrifying

    EDI LOPES 18 hours ago

    Adorei o video.

  • Ayawoke
    Ayawoke 18 hours ago

    What material exists that can withstand such extremes in temperature? Rings are usually made of rubber.

  • Sonicgott
    Sonicgott 18 hours ago

    You guys need to patent this!

  • Your Spiritual Rock Raquel

    How bizarre. I tried several times to share this to FB and it wouldn't post. Had to do another way. Great stuff.

  • KnightWolf
    KnightWolf 19 hours ago

    <Insert Linus Dropping Joke Here>

  • Florida Bear
    Florida Bear 19 hours ago

    Fake bs

  • Mr.E
    Mr.E 19 hours ago

    Science teacher: use an oscilloscope to blah blah blah blah blah These guys: let's make cool music and pictures!

  • Mr.E
    Mr.E 19 hours ago

    September 20th, Area 51 raid. This is what we find 3:07

  • Strothy2
    Strothy2 19 hours ago

    I love how he slowly loses his mind and when he animates those sinus curves he loses it xD

  • Strothy2
    Strothy2 19 hours ago

    Wheeeeee this when you on acid... blizz :D

  • Edna Velasco
    Edna Velasco 19 hours ago

    That's so hard dang

    BACK BENCHERS STUDIOS 20 hours ago

    Can we say that surface tension plays role in this experiment?

  • det Bits
    det Bits 20 hours ago

    What's that in metric?

  • MetaView7
    MetaView7 20 hours ago

    Learned something new today (y) I am smarter today.

  • giuseppe valencia
    giuseppe valencia 20 hours ago

    This is great.

  • Kim McCoy
    Kim McCoy 20 hours ago

    I live in the Huntsville area and am an engineer and I have judged several science fairs. Wow!!!

  • Jesse T
    Jesse T 21 hour ago

    Max Air Speed of a chinook in 170 knots. This is not a rotor speed limit its an airframe speed limit.

  • MLB Hyper
    MLB Hyper 21 hour ago

    My man is so famous he met the (former) president

  • Lars Tenerife
    Lars Tenerife 21 hour ago


  • Nicholas Miller
    Nicholas Miller 21 hour ago

    Thank you

  • David Estep
    David Estep 22 hours ago

    Never heard of Water Tension?

  • Ralph
    Ralph 22 hours ago


  • Nathan Stoddard
    Nathan Stoddard 22 hours ago

    Oh yeah... Facebook is just great and totally trustworthy (Dustin's totally not being a propaganda shill in this video)... /s

  • Tristan Mauer
    Tristan Mauer 22 hours ago

    I'm so proud to be austrian right now. I found Jerobeam a while ago and fell in love with that music. I never realized he was from my country

  • Nathan Stoddard
    Nathan Stoddard 23 hours ago

    This is intense... I think I really like it (but I'm not sure - I'm very conflicted)... The "intellectual dark web" is a powerful resource for debating ideas... sometimes Deston comes off as an "alt-left" mouthpiece, but this video makes me think that maybe it's because he's so focused on his bubble that he just hasn't "really" thought about the topics/issues at hand, and maybe he hasn't given the criticisms a true measure of attention. I still enjoy this channel inspite the perceived shortcoming.

  • Some Other
    Some Other 23 hours ago

    Not sure this is an appropriate analogy for bias. It is a great demonstration of muscle memory. Few are aware of the multitude of muscular contractions continually taking place while riding a bicycle. Once the newly initiated have embedded the patterns within the subconscious, this is when bicycle riding becomes "second nature". The rider no longer has to analyze and react to functions like balance nor pedaling, but is freed to focus on navigation, jumping, etc. The difficulty experienced isn't due to bias, but rather due to established training which yields a successful result. With the reverse bicycle, the proven methods have been perverted and the rider struggles with a system which defies logic and observed evidence. When the rider turns the handlebars to the right, the wheel goes left instead of right which is the antithesis of the expected or natural behavior. You then invested significant time to learn the unnatural way and program your subconscious to accept and process the illogical. Yet, even in so doing, the demonstration shows the extra effort and mental double processing - "I want to go left, but this bike is backwards, so I must turn right to go left" vs. "I want to go left, turn left". If you want to make a social comment on your experiment, the more accurate statement would be something along the lines of "you can adapt and function in an illogical system through great effort and sacrifice." This applies very well to a number of today's issues...

  • Samwisegamgee The Brave

    Hahaha, in true telly land style " we used oranges to get the tomato sound" love it.

  • Flood Family Skits
    Flood Family Skits 23 hours ago

    Hello this was a great video. I'm new to Clip-Share. I'm from Baltimore MD where there is so much violence. In my city people are fatally shot everyday. My dream is to make it on Clip-Share so I can remove my family from this city. I'm not trying to beg for subscriptions but if you guys can find it in your hearts to Subscribe to our Channel please Subscribe. Thank you with all of my ❤️ heart.

  • Paul Bunyan
    Paul Bunyan 23 hours ago

    You have some excellent content in your feed, but this may take the cake for me...

  • Ronan Tremoureux
    Ronan Tremoureux 23 hours ago

    The water ???? She is unusable after..i love this kind of science ecperiences but this is poluting thr water...

  • TimandTeresa Butterfield

    You remind me of one of my dorky cousins. This is a good thing... thanks for the video.