BuzzFeed: 7 tricks to do in regards to your camera

BuzzFeed, seo pun intended here, does not always have a great list or a great video, but from time to time they do get something right, like in the video from above. The string tripod, the cup tripod or how to build a light box are a couple of things I didn’t thought about doing, […]

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It’s not the speed that kills ya, it’s the speed difference

It is not the speed, not the speed, but the speed difference that makes the kill. I didn’t knew that the speed limit was set in regards to oil consumption and not to safety concerns. That makes me a bit angry. In any case, having fast lanes and highways is a big need and raising […]

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Awesome Onewheel Electric Skateboard

OneWheel is a great travelling companion. It works much like a segway, but with one wheel. It has a small gyro and a motor that can get you to a 7 miles long evening travel. The battery loads in about 4 hours and it costs $1500 if you preorder now. While it is not cheap[, […]

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Coriolis effect explained as simple as possible

The Coriolis Effect is not an actual force, but an apparent one. It is an effect that can be seen in only at large scales, like hurricanes, but not in your toilet, when you flush it. The Coriolis Effect is generated by the fact that Earth rotates and if you were to throw a ball […]

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Minute Physics: is the Universe only Math

Wherever physicists look at the Universe they see the physical laws that govern it and the math that can be used to describe it falls in perfectly. This is why, if you can explain so many things with math, people are asking them selves if the Universe is indeed math. If you ask me, I’d […]

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Sexy math

This is what we needed in high school: a cute lady that loves math to also make us love math. Hannah Fry explains the importance of algebra in explaining the phenomenon around us and why using letters like “X” gives us enough flexibility to encompass many answers to out questions. Using letters in algebra lets […]

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Using birds to fish [clever]

On Li River, in Guangxi province of China, there is another kind of fishenmer: they use birds like Cormorants to catch fish. Those birs can swim pretty fast and they catch the prey in no time. To prevent those birds to eat up the fish the fishermen tie a know around the birds neck, but […]

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Dimetrodon is NOT a dinosaur

News flash: some ancient animals are NOT dinosaurs. Dimetrodons, those mammal-like reptilians that lived with 60 million years before the dinosaurs are such examples. They look like reptilians with big crest on their back. From the video in this blog post you will learn about the fact that we and the reptilians have a common […]

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Some illusions for za week-end

Having a crazy time right now. with 2 jobs and some side projects I don’t really get to even sleep as much. Ok, I admit, one of the jobs is blogging as I write on three blogs: obisnuit.eu, tehgeektive.com and tehnocultura.ro. Sometimes it can be too much with 5-10 blog posts a day so, I’ll […]

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Timelapse: supercell formation

The Wright to Newcastle, WY Supercell Time-Lapse was created by Wheather Adventures and features a storm forming a supercell. The crew roams around the supercell and cathes the most intriguing developments of the clouds and their strange behavior. Gladly, no one was hurt and they created a video that gathered over 10 million views. Now […]

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