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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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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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Shimon Schocken: The self-organizing computer course

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Morton Bast So, this is my grandfather, Salman Schocken, who was born into a poor and uneducated family with six children to feed, and when he was 14 years old, he was forced to drop out of school in order to help put bread on the table. He never went back […]

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Dog Given an Electric Shock

It’s quite common for dogs, particularly puppies, to chew electrical cables, and this can be extremely serious because obviously if you’re chewing a live electric cable, it can give you a massive electric shock. If you suspect that your dog has had an electric shock, if they are unconscious, it’s really important that you turn […]

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Saturn’s Electric Hexagon | Space News

Welcome to Space News from the Electric Universe, brought to you by The Thunderbolts Project™ at Thunderbolts.info On this series, we’ve explored the significance of common forms and shapes seen throughout the cosmos. Plasma, the fourth state of matter, pervades all of the universe and the unique structures produced in plasma laboratories are clearly seen […]

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Top 10 Fascinating Attempts at Creating PERPETUAL MOTION Machine

10 Fascinating Attempts at Creating Perpetual Motion 10. Boyle’s Self-Flowing Flask One of the simplest ideas for a perpetual motion machine comes from the 17th century Irish chemist and physicist Robert Boyle. His design is simply to have a tank of water with a hose on the bottom that runs water from the tank directly […]

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