Electricity and Fire in Lemon Battery EXPLAINED

The lemon experiment is one of the most well-known science experiment of all time. You’ve seen videos of it and maybe even try it yourself the experiment usually shows a lemon at the battery which is amazing enough, but it can even be used to create fire! Does that mean fire and electricity are secretly […]

First footage of deep-sea anglerfish pair

This is a deep-sea anglerfish mating pair. These animals have rarely been observed in their natural habitat — hundreds to thousands of meters below the ocean’s surface. You’re watching one of the few known videos. And this one shows a sexually parasitic pair for the first time. That means during mating, the tiny male is […]

Generating Electricity

We get electricity by changing other forms of energy. For example, we can burn coal or some other fuel which changes chemical energy into thermal, or heat, energy. The heat energy will cause water to heat and move in a tank. Energy of motion is kinetic energy. The kinetic energy in the water causes a […]

The Most Metal Planet Fragment Ever

[ ♪ Intro ] When stars like the Sun reach the end of their lives, they balloon into red giants and swallow up any planets in their way. In our solar system, that will be the end of Mercury, Venus, and Earth. They then shrink to a dying remnant called a white dwarf, which is […]

Open Campus – Basic Welding

Welcome to today’s lecture on the introduction to manufacturing basic welding we’re going to be very basic today I really want you to understand the concepts behind welding there is a video attached showing some mig welding that that I’ve done and the example there you’ll find it very entertaining as well as very informational […]

Des métaux qui Explosent dans l’eau ! – [Science 2.0]

Go ahead… Come on, come on… [EXPLOSION] – [LAUGHTERS] [BADASS JINGLE] Today on Science 2.0, we’re gonna talk about Chemistry, more precisely about what are called Alkali Metals. You’ll see, it blows up. So I like it. Alkali Metals are the first group elements in the Periodic Table, the ones on the left column. [WINKS] […]

Mixing Molten Aluminum With Molten Brass

Welcome back guys, today is an excellent day because the sun is shining, you’re here and we’re melting some metal. Now, in yesterday’s video I showed you how to make this thing. This is our trashcan metal foundry – this is just lined with kaowool and as you might remember it gets very very hot. […]

A Sand Dollar’s Breakfast is Totally Metal | Deep Look

It’s a beachcomber’s prize. But this sand dollar is just an empty husk… a skeleton. This is what sand dollars really look like. Off the coast of California, Pacific sand dollars snuggle up together, like a big pile of purple sea cookies. They’re fuzzy… almost cuddly. But look closer… That fuzz is actually made up […]

This Hot Jupiter Is Leaking Metal! | SciShow News

[♪ INTRO] In the world of exoplanets, the easiest to find are the Hot Jupiters — large gas giants that orbit super close to their host stars. For years, those were the only planets beyond our solar system we could detect. Even though our technology can now hunt for more Earth-like worlds, studying Hot Jupiters […]

Can You Melt Obsidian and Cast a Sword?

Over the past few months I’ve been working on this video as a follow-up to user comments on a previous video on if it’s possible to cast obsidian. This proved to be a major challenge that took six attempts, broke multiple crucibles and two different kilns. But I didn’t want to stop until I finally […]