Unless you have an innate knowledge of physics, it’s pretty hard to figure out how all the concepts and theories fit together
Physics is a huge, complex field. It also happens to be one of the most fascinating, dealing with everything from black holes and wormholes to quantum teleportation and gravitational waves.
But unless you have an innate knowledge of the field, it’s pretty hard to figure out how all these concepts actually fit together.
After all, everyone is constantly trying to prove Einstein wrong, and Stephen Hawking famously struggled to come up with a ‘theory of everything’, so it’s easy to get confused about how things do actually fit together in physics (if at all).
YouTuber Dominic Walliman has created a map that shows how the many branches of physics link together, from the earliest days of classical physics and Isaac Newton, all the way through to Einstein’s relativity and quantum physics (with a little bit of philosophy thrown in there for good measure). Continue reading “How Everything in Physics Fits Together – Map”
Some are really scary, others are cute.
With giant problems come giant solutions. But, pumping a vast volume of seawater to Antarctica to freeze it is insane.
Source: Earth System Dynamics
Keep watching (maybe you want to speed it x2) as HTD keeps filming the matches burn and wilt into a pile of kelp-and-licorice-looking husks.
Who said that you can’t have a beautiful clear-around ice in your drink ?
This video is proof that you can.
Back in 2013, YouTube channel SciShow lesson brought viewers to Lake Hillier, an unusually salty lake with a bubblegum-pink hue located in Western Australia.
Three years later, the episode spawned a research project on its own. Researchers with the eXtreme Microbiome Project (XMP), launched a real scientific investigation and profiled the microbial life in Lake Hillier.
They found the algae in question that produces the red hues, but that the color of the lake primarily came from halobacteria and other extremophilic (extreme habitat-loving) microbes that are pinkish in color. The researchers also found a bacteria called Dechloromonas aromatica, which breaks down compounds in chemical solvents. The researchers believe this may be evidence of the lake’s history as a leather tanning station in the early 1900s.
Two-legged robots, AMBER Labs have decided to make their human-like android do a very human like thing: jog – and yeah, it is terrifying to watch.
AMBER-Lab via Popular Mechanics
FDA investigates video of Kellogg’s worker relieving self on food. The video recorded in 2014 shows a man urinating on cereal coming off the factory assembly line, and Kellogg’s says Rice Krispies Treats were potentially affected.