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Science

How Electricity Actually Works

Veritasium conducts an experiment to see how electricity actually flows.

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Science

Will Future Computers Will Be Radically Different?

For decades, digital computers have been dominant, but will that continue to be the case in the future? It wasn’t in the past.

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Science

The Big Misconception About Electricity

Here’s a fascinating riddle of science: do electrons carry energy around a complete conducting loop, transferring their energy to the load or is something else at play?

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Mathematics

How Imaginary Numbers Were Invented

Imaginary numbers come up in the most unlikely places. Quite impressive given that they are “impossible.” But how did math go from reflecting and describing reality to the abstract field we tend to think of it today. Veritasium explains.

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Robotics

This Robot Walks, Flies, Skateboards, and Slacklines

This is a robot that walks, flies, skateboards, slacklines, and might do much more one day.

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Interesting

Why You Can’t Drive From Boston To Berlin (Yet)

How do you build an underwater tunnel and could we use one to cross between the continents? In this video, explore Boston to take a look at how engineers create these superstructures.

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Science Security

Is the Universe is Hostile to Computers?

Can tiny particles from distant galaxies trigger glitches that have caused plane accidents, election interference and game glitches.

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Startups

The Surprising Genius of 3D Printed Rockets

3D printing is poised to revolutionize manufacturing.  Why not the space industry as well? 3D printed rockets save on up front tooling, enable rapid iteration, decrease part count, and facilitate radically new designs.

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Science

The Longest-Running Evolution Experiment

Veritasium highlights the longest running revolutionary experiment in history. I feel that “Bacteria Fight Club” should be a thing.

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