Tag Archive: physics

Destin of SmarterEveryDay discovers some cool optical effects and learns about total internal reflection, which is what makes fiber optic cable work.


Destin of SmarterEveryDay further indulging his fascination with laminar flow:

The Engineering of Droplets

Bill the engineerguy describes how the minimization of surface area and inertia compete to form droplets. He then shows how engineers use this knowledge to create precisely-sized droplets in a commercial inkjet printer — the type used to print expiration dates on food packages.

Before it’s totally destroyed, that is. Destin of SmarterEveryDay aims to find out, filming at 100,000 frames per second.

Four Revolutionary Riddles

Not about the war, but in terms of rotation. First, the riddles:

And then Veritasium gives us the answers:

From YouTuber Mark Rober, “I collected data at the carnival for a full day. Then I used that information to figure out which games are the biggest scams using science to analyze them and show you how to beat them. I also figured out how much the carnival actually pays for the prizes so even if you win, you lose. And then I visited the carnival with my professional baseball playing buddy to dominate all the games. It worked well.”

Discover the secrets of the ocean as Gav and Dan, The Slow Mo Guys, experiment with energy, frequency, vibration and learn why time is slowing down.

On this episode of Planet Slo-Mo: How does the shape of something affect how it moves? Gav and Dan, The Slow Mo Guys, explore the aerodynamics of themselves in a wind tunnel.

Pic of the Day – 3/8/19

A nighttime rocket launch from Vandenburg AFB, 12/22/2017.

The Awesomeness of Laminar Flow

Destin of SmarterEveryDay delves further into his rabbit-hole of fascination with laminar flow.

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