Are You In A Simulation?

Vsauce, I’m Jake and we are living in a simulation. Or at least that’s what the simulation hypothesis proposes. That if a civilization, a posthuman civilization, were to become significantly technologically advanced than we would most likely be a simulated. There are two worlds, two realities. The primary world which is where the simulation is…

Can You See Me?

Vsauce, I’m Jake and you can’t see me right now even though I am directly in front you. Since there is no light in the room there is nothing in the visible spectrum for you to see, but that doesn’t mean that there is nothing here. Let me show you… Using a FLIR Thermal Imaging…

Science vs Arts: Can You Solve These Riddles? | Tie-Breaker

If you’re wondering what team Commerce is doing here, we’ll tell you. Because we always fail to reach the final round, we thought to set the question paper ourselves. And this question paper should give them a tough time. Let’s see how it goes. What’s up? We are here for another tie breaker… Another tie…

COLD HARD SCIENCE. The Controversial Physics of Curling – Smarter Every Day 111

Hey it’s me Destin, welcome back to Smarter Every Day. So in the last episode I explained that it’s not always the most athletic team that wins in sport, sometimes it involves the physical manipulation of objects, so sometimes it’s the most intelligent team. So today, on Smarter Every Day, let’s take a look at…

Peter Reinhart: The art of baking bread

This is a wheat bread, a whole wheat bread, and it’s made with a new technique that I’ve been playing around with, and developing and writing about which, for lack of a better name, we call the epoxy method. And I call it an epoxy method because — it’s not very appetizing. I understand that…

How Do Glaciers Move?

Here’s something we all take for granted: Liquid things flow like liquids, and solid things flow like, well… solid things don’t flow, right? Not so fast. Glaciers are cool, and not just cuz they’re made of ice. I’m here at Mendenhall Glacier, one of about 40 glaciers in the famed Juneau Icefield. Glaciers are cool,…

Time Is But a Stubborn Illusion – Sneak Peek | Genius

What is time? A deceptively simple question, yet it is the key to understanding relativity. It is sort of the reason my hair is going gray. [laughter] When we describe motion, we do so as a function of time, 10 meters per second, 100 miles per hour. But the mathematical description of velocity is moot…

Sticking a Micro-Camera into a Yellow Crazy Ant Colony

Wow! Guys, ever wonder what it’s like to be an ant? Like I mean get down to their level and size and see what they see, stand among them, check out their microworld and experience the ant perspective? Well, today we do exactly that, by watching my yellow crazy ant super colony, called the Golden…

The Art of Nourishing Oneself with Love

Silence shared in words The Art of Nourishing Oneself with Love Can you please talk about the art of nourishing oneself with love? There is no art because there is no need of any effort Love is the nourishment But humanity has been so confused by its leaders that one does not know the most…

Exposing Digital Photography by Dan Armendariz

DAN ARMENDARIZ: Hello, everyone. I’m Dan Armendariz, preceptor in computer science for [? Cs ?] and today I’m going to be talking to you about digital photography. Now, in particular we’re going to do a crash course in just 60 minutes on a number of topics in digital photography. Unfortunately, we have a packed house…