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How to Make a Matchbox Microphone

Have you ever thought of creating a microphone? For this you need a matchbox and pencil leads. Also need a battery, some wires and clips, and a pair of headphones or a speaker. This is a simple experiment that you can do at home and prove the concept of sending sounds through electrical wires to […]

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Science with Tom: awesome science music videos abound

As they say “this white guy knows how to rap”. His videos are awe inspiring, they teach and they bring everyone closer to science. And the rap is as good as it gets. And he’s preparing a new row of music videos for us to educate ourselves and to enjoy. Check out this older video:

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Drones and music: awesome art

Ever wanted to see drones sing? Now you can! KMel Robotics has programmed a group of hexrotors and those tiny robotic critters are making a cute music show. Drones are good for a ton of uses, but mostly people are using them for fun. And fun it is! Such ahex rotor can cost even $1100 […]

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Insanely hilarious: Apple Engineer Talks about the New 2015 Macbook

The video from above is a parody of the new 2015 Macbook. The original video is about a guy who skipped classes and who failed the exams. He explains how he failed the exams in a humorous way, but he also laughs like crazy. When you add MAC related subtitles then this whole things gets […]

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The minigun in video games: an awesomely destructive weapon

It is true that you could not wield that kind of weapon, but a minigun in a shooter game can always make you fight with confidence. When I played Doom 3 the minigun was handy in almost every situation. In the video from above you can see its history in the world of firearms and […]

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Pi day is over? Learn more about Pi from these videos

Whenever there is a circular path involved we encounter pi, the ratio between the circumference and the diameter of the circle. No matter what, pi is all over our technology. People can love or hate pi, but I take it simply as fact and don’t spend too much time thinking about it. Now, Hank Green […]

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Mesmerizing: water jumping on a gecko’s skin

Geckos are pretty much dry. The secret of gecko’s dryness have been uncovered by a team lead by Gregory and Jolanta Watson at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. The geckos are able to repel water by using their “geckovescence”. This geckovescence is caused by a dense array of minuscule, hair-like structures […]

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How Digital Light Processing (DLP) works

Ben Krasnow, from Applied Science, explains how a projector works. He is one of the most skilled guys I’ve seen on Youtube. If he does not have a tool or device, he builds it and then moves on. Digital Light Processing (DLP) works by using a ton of microlenses that reflects the light corresponding to […]

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Kitten news: don’t dye your kitten and listen to these kitten songs

Really, don’t dye your kitten in any color. Let the kitten be. Some stupid a.. hole form US dyes her kitten in pink. The kitten died. Stupid. On the better news side, we learn from Science Alert that the researchers have created music to your cats linking. Here is how it sounds: Spook’s Ditty Cosmo’s […]

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Asteroid to hit Earth? This is how it would look like

Asteroid just a few miles big can leave a big scar on Earth and kill entire species, but if that asteroid would be a dwarf planet like Pluto? How would the impact be? Well, everything would die in a big ball of flame. In that situation maybe nothing could ever survive. Or would it survive? […]

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