Tag Archive: physics

Mannequin vs Airbag

The Slow Mo Guys having more fun with airbags, this time in a confined space.

The lads at How Ridiculous say, “Big thanks to the awesome crew at the Gravity Discovery Centre in Gingin for letting us use their 45m leaning tower for our own experiments. If you wanna head out there and check it out, it’s not far from Perth.”

The Aussie boys at How Ridiculous are still having fun with their giant trampoline designed by former NASA scientist Mark Rober.

Universe Size Comparison

Watch in full-screen and prepare to have your mind blown.

Very informative and fascinating, at all five levels. For instance, a black hole isn’t a thing, per se, but should more accurately be called a place.

Using the scientific force known as “the spinnies,” The Slow Mo Guys make some splatter paintings using a drill. Gav asked Dan to get some cheap, knock-off felt pens, but he went full Crayola.

Pic of the Day – 11/21/19

This image of a single trapped atom won the UK Science Photography Prize for David Nadlinger, graduate student at the University of Oxford.

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.

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