Making a Timascus Ring and Flame Anodizing it! – Damascus Steel made out of Titanium


Hello and welcome to the nitty-gritty. Today we’re gonna be talking about how to resize a GRIP6 belt. So you received your GRIP6 belt in the mail and for whatever reason It’s a little bit too long. I’m gonna show you real quick how to trim your belt. The first thing you want to establish […]

Sea level rise is so much more than melting ice

– So, we do lots of climate and environment stories, and we’ve run up against one concept all the time, sea level rise. This probably isn’t news to you, but as the planet warms the average sea level is rising, and it’s threatening coastal populations around the world. But we got tripped up by one […]

Fire and Flame 38 – Magnesium Burning in CO2

The tank over here is filled with carbon dioxide gas. Now carbon dioxide is heavier than air. Heavier than air, so this tank is filled with carbon dioxide and it should put out a fire. So I’m going to put into this some petrol, some cotton wool soaked in petrol set alight and it should […]

Carbon Nanotubes Might Be the Secret Boost Solar Energy Has Been Looking For

Solar panels are an incredible innovation in energy tech, but they’re way less efficient than they could be, because they have a problem: heat. Specifically, waste heat, or energy that’s lost while converting the sun’s energy into electricity. But a new technology—made possible by carbon nanotubes—may be just the thing that brings solar panels into […]

HOW TO MAKE KIMCHI? ( : VINATech got the answer[Subtitles]

Now ready for Kimchi making Stretching before long hours of Kimchi making Set the tables to make Kimchi Set the tables to make Kimchi Set the tables to make Kimchi Just like making supercapacitor Just like making supercapacitor Prepare ourselves Prepare ourselves Ready? Ready? Prepare ourselves Ready? Get, Set, Go! Go VINATech Show me the […]

The Four Types of Steel (Part 2: Carbon Steel) | Metal Supermarkets

Hi and welcome to Metal Supermarkets, the Convenience Stores for Metal. I’m Jason Jackson, Operations and Development Manager. In our last video blog we reviewed the various categories and classifications of Steel along with the AISI and SAE numbering systems used to identify the different grades. Remember, a helpful way to remember the four types […]

‘Diamond-age’ of power generation as nuclear batteries developed

Since the 1940s, the UK has run many nuclear reactors, for research, military purposes and electricity generation. These reactors use uranium as fuel, housed inside of a core made of graphite blocks. This graphite core assists in the nuclear fission process, enabling a controllable chain reaction which provides a constant source of heat. This heat […]

Not all the energy is the same : simplified comparison of electricity and natural gas

Hello everyone. In many of my videos I have talked about how there is the difference between mechanical energy, electrical energy and thermal energy, even though they can be measured with the same units of Joules or kilowatt-hours or any energy unit But I never really explained this difference. So let’s try to introduce this […]