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Facebook math: friends and strangers theorem

The theorem of friends and strangers can eb explained by using the Facebook analogy. Given six people on Facebbok and you’re one of them, you can either be connected or not with any of the other five. Between these six persons you can draw lines (red – not friend, green -friend) and you get 2^15 […]

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Star Wars Documentary: From Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga (Part 5 of 9)

In Arizona George Lucas has set a big stage for the final fight with Jabba the Hut. 100 labors worked 4 months to build the barge 212 feet long and 80 feet high. the final battles had to be in a great scene. George Lucas himself said that film creators create such great environments not […]

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Computerphile explains how phone companies can track you position

Cell phones need cell towers to receive and then resend the phone signal. such a cell tower can handle maybe even 10 000 callers or maybe more. In order for the phone company to send you the radio signal accordingly it has to know near what cell tower are you right now. Also, phone companies […]

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Amazing levitating magnets from Crealev

Brusspup created an interesting video in which he used levitating magnets from Crealev, a company that sells floating lamps, displays and plain levitating magnets that can be hidden inside a pillow or a book. CLM 2 was used in the video from above and it can keep afloat even objects that weight almost 20 pounds. […]

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SciShow Space: what is gravitational lensing

Caitlin Hoffmeister, from SciShow Space, explains us what gravitational lensing is. Gravitational lensing is a process through which light gets bent in its path if it goes past a massive object like a star or like a galaxy. An object behind the star of galaxy might be seen even though you do not have direct […]

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Mundane Matt about Watch Dogs: I may not play the game again

Ubisoft released recently Watch Dogs and the game looks great. Until I’ll get a new pc in here I’ll have to look at others how they play it. This open world video game is packed with a ton of missions, the way i like it, and has a simple hacking device that lets you hack […]

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PC graphics settings explained

Make Use Of explained, through the voice and person of Robert Wiesehan, what several pc graphics settings mean and how to optimize those settings in order to get the best gaming experience there is. As a rule of thumb, you should always strive to obtain at least 30fps so that the gameplay is smooth even […]

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Family Tree explained by CGP Grey

CGP Grey took a lot of time to create the video from above in which he explains what the family tree is and how its built. Basically it all comes down to creating a simple graph in which you place your forefathers above you and your successors below you, with some ramifications on the sides. […]

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FarCry and racism? Cut the crap. NSFW.

Oversensitive a-holes all over the place. People, it’s a video game and, maybe, one of a kind. If you were living in the Far Cry world you could care less about racism, because all you wanted to do is fucking live another day. In a war torn area, where gangsters make the rules, nobody cares […]

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Star Wars Documentary: From Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga (Part 4 of 9)+Bonus

In this fourth documentary we learn that 90 people worked on getting life into the masks and puppets that were used in the Star Wars movie for the Jabba sequence. The life was hard inside the costumes and the artists needed to take air as often as they could. One months has to pass until […]

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