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World’s Lightest Solid!

This is aerogel. The world’s lightest, that is least dense, solid. This piece has a mass of just 1.22 grams. That is only a few times the mass of the same volume of air, which kind of makes sense because it is 99.8% air. In fact, some aerogels are so light that if you removed […]

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Top 10 Greatest Inventions by Nikola Tesla

Top 10 Greatest Inventions by Nikola Tesla Nikolai Tesla was a man with big ideas; he has over 300 patents to his name. The problem was that Tesla was way ahead of his time and a lot of his more elaborate ideas theoretically worked, but never actually panned out. With that being said, the man […]

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JC-Electronics provides full support for the Indramat ANAX series

It is always possible that, having given years of service, the elements of a production line can break. And that the replacement electronics are no longer in production and cannot be found. The Indramat Anax family is a perfect example of this, featuring high quality parts which are no longer being manufactured. When your costs […]

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Computer predicts the end of civilisation (1973) | RetroFocus

[♪ PULSING 70s ELECTRONIC MUSIC ♪] It’s not some science fantasy effect from 2001. This electronic display emanating from Australia’s largest computer is a picture of the condition, past, present and future, of planet Earth. The program was originally devised by a scientist working from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Jay Forrester. It was developed […]

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Radioline – Wireless module Interfaces

This video will review the physical interfaces of the Radioline wireless module. On the side of the housing of the Radioline modules you will find the block diagram of the interfaces. Terminal 1 is used to supply power from 19.2 to 30.5 volts DC for the 2.4 GHz and 868 MHz modules. For the 900 […]

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EMS Ab and Bicep Muscle Stimulator Workout Pads Review

Hey how’s it going guys, Phil here and this is a review for the EMS abdominal and bicep muscle trainers. You’ll receive three pieces of this set individually boxed. This is the ab trainer and you’ll receive two of the bicep trainers. Let’s start with the ab trainer. The unit is made of a semi-rigid […]

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The best true wireless earbuds for 2019 | Crutchfield video

Hey, I’m JR, and I’m Jeff, and today we’re gonna talk to you about our six favorite pairs of true wireless earbuds that we carry here at Crutchfield. First let’s go over the six pairs of headphones we’ve chosen from right to left. The Apple AirPods second-generation, the Klipsch T5 wireless and the Bose SoundSport […]

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Nacon Revolution Unlimited PS4 controller unboxing

after what feels like months of teasers we’ve finally got our hands on the Nacon Revolution Unlimited. let’s get this plastic off thank you very much so here we have the box very nice all right first things first let’s get through this really fiddly bit on the back so here we go let’s just […]

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CS50: Intro to Computer Science | HarvardX on edX | About Video

DAVID MALAN: This is CS50. Computer Science 50, otherwise known as CS50, is Harvard College’s introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming for majors and non-majors alike. SPEAKER 1: I took CS50 last year as a freshman in the fall, and it absolutely blew my mind. I had never […]

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