This equation will change how you see the worldPhysics
The logistic map connects fluid convection, neuron firing, the Mandelbrot set and so much more.
How to Fall from ANY HEIGHT and SurvivePhysics
Some creatures can theoretically survive a fall from ANY height. How? Kyle explains the science of fall damage.
The Great AccelerationPhysics
We’re in the middle of a rapid, unprecedented, and world-changing increase in the intensity and scale of human activity on this planet.
3 Perplexing Physics ProblemsPhysics
Why does shaken soda explode? Does ice melt first in fresh or salt water?
How to STEAL Elon Musk’s Space CarPhysics
What would it take to steal the only road car currently crossing the cosmos? Kyle outlines a villainous plan that he totally doesn’t approve of.
Making Liquid Nitrogen From Scratch!Physics
I used a nitrogen membrane and Stirling cryocooler to liquefy nitrogen out of the air. For this video I partnered with Starbucks to celebrate their Nitro Cold Brew.
Unmixing Color MachinePhysics
Unmixing Color Machine (Ultra Laminar Reversible Flow)
How Hard Can You Hit a Golf Ball? (at 100,000 FPS)Physics
We used a pressurized vacuum cannon to get the golf ball up to speeds of over 500 miles per hour.
Can You Survive An Elevator Fall By Jumping?Physics
Your monthly dose of hypothetical physics scenarios is here, and today we’re dropping Stu, several times, from the top of skyscraper.
Circular Saw Kickback KillerPhysics
We're working on a time-series problem called a Sequence Classification.
Why Earthquakes Are So Hard To PredictPhysics
Scientists are trying to figure out if they can predict big earthquakes by simulating small quakes in labs and studying big quakes under the ocean. Thanks to the University of Rhode Island for sponsoring this video.
How Microwaving Grapes Makes PlasmaPhysics
A bisected grape in the microwave makes plasma. But how does it work? A grape is the right size and refractive index to trap microwaves inside it.
Are Negative Ions Good For You?Physics
Do negative air ions improve mood, anxiety, depression, alertness?
The Inverse Leidenfrost EffectPhysics
Droplets levitate on a bath of liquid nitrogen and are spontaneously self-propelled.
How does a whip break the sound barrier?Physics
April Jennifer Choi is a Mechanical Engineer and Professional Whip Artist from Peoria, IL. She has a Master's Degree in Computational Fluid Dynamics as well as several Guinness World Records in Whip Cracking.
The Best Test of General RelativityPhysics
A launch mishap led to the best experimental confirmation of gravitational redshift.
This Particle Breaks Time SymmetryPhysics
Increasing entropy is NOT the only process that's asymmetric in time.
Which Way Is Down?Physics
Vsauce host Michael Stevens digs deep into the ever-changing concept of the direction "down," what causes things to fall, and digs into how masses really, really want to pull towards each other in our universe, thanks to gravitational forces.
Einstein's unique way of thinking contributed to his geniusPhysics
Robbert Dijkgraaf is a theoretical physicist and Leon Levy Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. He is also the co-author of "The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge." In this video, he explains how Albert Einstein saw the world in a different way from how most scientists see it.
What if the Earth were Hollow?Physics
What if there were a tunnel through the middle of the earth and you jumped in?
What is entropy? - Jeff PhillipsPhysics
There's a concept that's crucial to chemistry and physics. It helps explain why physical processes go one way and not the other: why ice melts, why cream spreads in coffee, why air leaks out of a punctured tire. It's entropy, and it's notoriously difficult to wrap our heads around. Jeff Phillips gives a crash course on entropy.