New free energy electric dc motor generator 220v AC to 12V DC – DIY Experiments projects at school

New free energy electric dc motor generator 220v AC to 12V DC – DIY Experiments projects at school

Remote Control Lighting for Homes : Electricity for Wireless Home Lighting

Michael Raines, Expert Village. Let’s see if we have any juice here. Take our trusty little test light, we’re going to turn the switch over. There’s two ways of putting wire into a switch. You can put it on these terminals or you can just stick it into the holes in the back. Not all […]

Newton’s Prism Experiment

(mechanical sound effects) – [Voiceover] In this video, we’re going to look at the relationship between white light and color by recreating a portion of Newton’s prism experiment, as presented in a letter to the Royal Society in 1671. But first, a little bit of background. At the time of his experiment, the prevailing theory […]

Turning Gravity Into Light – Smarter Every Day 146

Hey it’s me Destin. Welcome back to Smarter Every Day. If you’ve ever watched Smarter Every Day you know that I spend a lot of time off the grid. Right now I’m in the Amazon rainforest and I don’t really know what this thing is. I think it’s some kind of termite.. thing, on a […]

Energy & Electricity in Science : How Does Optical Fiber Work?

Hi I’m Steve Jones and I’m going to show you how an optical fiber works. In England we spell fiber bre and I know in America ber. First of all looking at a more traditional thing this is a solid prism of glass. A prism triangular in this case, 45 degree, 90 prism of glass. […]

Energy & Electricity in Science : How Does Electricity Light Up a Bulb?

Hi, I’m Steve Jones and I’m going to tell you how electricity lights up a bulb. Well, the bulb doesn’t really light up unless there is a coating on it, it is the filament inside which lights up and the filament is made usually of something called tungsten which is a very hard material and […]

Energy & Electricity in Science : How Does an Electric Water Heater Work?

Hi. My name is Steve Jones, and I’m going to explain how a water heater works. Now, in this system, I have a cylinder. Usually in your house, you’ll find a cylinder. And the cylinder contains a large amount of water, maybe up to 200 liters, depending where you live. This water has to be […]

WHAT IF electricity suddenly disappeared

Did you know that on 15 June 1752, Benjamin Franklin conducted his prominent experiment where he launched a kite into a storm cloud aiming to collect electricity. In a year Russian scientist Georg Richmann attempted to replicate the experiment but this attempt didn’t end well. He was killed by a ball lightning in the process. […]

Energy & Electricity in Science : How Does a Solenoid Work?

Hi, I’m Steve Jones and I’m going to tell you how a solenoid works. Well first of all, what is a solenoid? It’s very simple, it is a coil of wire. This is usually copper wire and as you can see here, it’s coiled around like this, around some kind of former, this may be […]