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See video Nikola Tesla - The Big Picture

Nikola Tesla was an inventor, pioneer and one of the greatest ever electrical engineers. This video is a tribute to his many contributions in the fields of electricity and magnetism. Nikola Tesla was an ethnic Serb, born in the territory of today's Croatia.

10:00 67 4.20
See video Magic Trick Cartesian Diver

How to make a Cartesian Diver which seemingly floats or sinks upon command. Demonstrates the principles of density and bouyency.

0:00 88 3.70
See video Slow Motion Lightning

Amazing slow motion footage of a lightning bolt.

1:42 106 4.74
See video The Shape of Time and the End of the Universe

Presents the theory of the shape of time as u-shaped.

9:18 174 4.88
See video Large Hadron Collider - Rap

A funny, entertaining rap explaining the purpose and functions of the Large Hadron Collider, the world's largest particle accelerator complex.

4:52 179 5.05
See video Fusion power through supercharged laser beams

Fusion power has just come a step closer to reality. This New Scientist video demonstrates how it works.

1:10 185 4.75
See video The Physics of Waves

Big waves can comes quickly and unexpectedly, posing a threat to ships. Waves from the side are particularly dangerous, as they can wash crew off the deck or knock a boat over. This video explains some of the physics behind the generation of large waves.

2:27 192 5.09
See video Moved by a ruler, but faster than the ruler

In this interesting physics experiment a ruler is used to move a cart consisting of a big wheel at the top and two cotton reels at the bottom. The result is unexpected.

3:01 209 5.26
See video Ferrofluid: Magnetic Liquid

Digitally controlled magnetic liquid sculptures. The liquid is known as ferrofluid, a liquid that becomes strongly polarised when in the presence of a magnetic field.

0:00 245 4.00
See video A solid that is lighter than air - SEAgel Aerogel

Aerogel (aka frozen or solid smoke) is the lightest solid ever made. It is used for thermal insulation and by NASA to trap space dust particles. This video demonstrates SEAgel, which is so light it can be lifted with static electricity.

1:12 274 3.40
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