Scientists Accidentally Discovered Quark Fusion, Could It Be the Future of Energy?

What’s ten times stronger than nuclear fusion!!? QUARK FUSION!! The particles that make up the neutrons and protons inside of atoms are known as quarks. And researchers found that when quarks bind together, energy is produced. Scientists have already been smashing together particles at the Large Hadron Collider but that’s been with hydrogen atoms, not […]

How An Igloo Keeps You Warm

[MUSIC] For thousands of years, humans, and plants and animals long before that, have been using frozen “sky water” to keep warm. Which sort of doesn’t make sense. Because snow is cool. You might even say it’s… ice cold. YEEAAHHHHH! No one knows for sure who built the first igloo, but with the right fit […]

Distance Joint 2D – Official Unity Tutorial

The distance joint 2D component allows for 2 sprite objects controlled by 2D rigidbody physics to be attached together and kept at a certain distance apart. The distance joint 2D applies a hard limit rather than a gradual force to maintain this desired distance. The connected rigidbody is a reference to the rigidbody 2D component […]

Hinge Joint 2D – Official Unity Tutorial

The hinge joint 2D is a 2D component that allows a sprite to rotate around a point while being controlled by 2D rigidbody physics. The most obvious use of a hinge joint is to rotate a sprite around a point to make a door. But there are many other uses of the 2D hinge joint, […]

Fixed, Spring, Hinge, Character & Configurable Joint explained – Unity Tutorial

In this video we will talk about all unity joins, so we will talk about fixed joint spring joints hinge joints character joints and configurable joints Yes we’re talking about all of them and you can find the time codes in the Descriptions so that you can skip all the parts. You don’t need at […]

Why does a Flame always Point Upward? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time Hey guys. Hold on. Did you download my app from Google Play Store? Remember, it’s called ”It’s AumSum Time”. And follow my Facebook page. Now, let’s guess the title of my next video. Some areas are brown or green or even butterscotch-colored. Then, why does it look red? Hurry up. Write your […]

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 […]

Joints – Unity Official Tutorials

Let’s look at the basic joints in Unity. In this example we have fixed joints and spring joints. This example forms a basic wrecking ball that does this. Firstly the fixed joint. Fixed joints work in a similar way to parenting objects in the hierarchy. The joint simply locks a game object to the point […]

Lecture Two: The Chemical History of a Candle – Brightness of the Flame (3/6)

W‌e were occupied the last time we met in considering the general character and arrangement as regards the fluid portion of a candle, and the way in which that fluid got into the place of combustion. And now, I have to ask your attention to the means by which we are enabled to ascertain what […]

METAL THAT MELTS IN YOUR HANDS!

Whoa! What’s up, YouTube? Today we’re going to be experimenting with gallium. Gallium! (YELLING) Gallium! If you don’t know what gallium is, it’s the 31st element in the periodic table of elements. Gallium is a metal, but it melts in your hand. It has a really, really low melting point. So here we go. You […]