. A hard Sokoban-ish Puzzle game. A blobby tetris game. One for the kids
$2 COOL CAN Keeps You Chilled!
Make a portable cooler for the summer heat! Cost about $2. Easy to make! Have fun! Subscribe to Kipkay: http://bit.ly/SubscribetoKipkay More videos at: http:...
Taylor Couette Flow - High Viscosity Liquid
Nikola Tesla - Wikiquote
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Magnetic fields exposed
Natural magnetic fields are revealed as chaotic, ever-changing geometries. Scientists from NASA's Space Sciences Laboratory excitedly describe their discoveries. Natural magnetic fields are revealed as chaotic, ever-changing geometries as scientists ...
Pyro System 2.2 Halloween
System 2.2 is complete! Here's the setup I'll be using tonight for Halloween.
How Condoms Are Made
The manufacturing process of condoms.
Time Warp - Bottle
Time Warp @ Discovery HD - Fire and Oil
Amazing Facts to Blow Your Mind
TWEET IT - http://clicktotweet.com/237l3 Time for some interesting facts to make your head explode! Now you can sound even smarter around your friends with t...
Popping a ballon inside of another balloon with a Ruby Laser...
The wavelength of the ruby laser is transmitted through the red balloon and is absorbed by the darker balloon inside
Iron ball falls in sand (slow-motion).
Iron ball falls in sand(slow-motion)
Awesome Paper Airplane trick
This Is Only Red
Brainiac Toilet Prank Elephant Toothpaste w/ Dr. Bunhead...
Dr. Bunhead puts some sodium iodide in the toilet bowl and some hydrogen peroxide in the back and when it's flushed it makes a ton of bubbles. Note, the hydr...
To Adam and Jamie (Mythbusters)
We addressed this one to you guys, in the hopes that you'd revisit this "Bedini" machine.
Kinetic sand - Imgur
IBM Advances the Use of Light Instead of Wires for Chips...
IBM researchers from the T.J. Watson Research Center reached a significant milestone in the quest to send information between the "brains" on a chip using pu...
Feynman Chaser - The Key to Science
Richard Feynman discusses how we would look for a new law.