All the clowns are mad: "We have been suggesting this for years with baloon animals, and you got the idea from a vine???????? Yeah, okay >:(."
This is giving me one punch man vibes
If moving the one clock creates a time dilatation, then why not move both clocks away from each other, at the same rate to the final distance needed?
this dude is gorgeous
Guys, I solved it! Take my word for it, though. Too lazy to write the solution out.
I have no idea what he's talking about but still love his content. I love these types of videos!
Ask yourself; why does the guy that thinks the planet is way overpopulated have his heart set on saving everyone? Are people really stupid enough to buy what this maniac is selling?
This is just an algorithm. Case closed! lol.
Only in the land of fruit and nuts Chinafornia
Crikey! You're either an unabashed shill or completely naive.
An infinite amoubt of no. Till you reach the lowest you simply can not add because you all ready. Have the plus one the answer is rite in front of your eyes +1.
my goofy silly wang look like this
I've had days where I felt like my name was an infinite string of the letter A.
try one of those jbl speakers where you can see it move
It would have been more appropriate to ask him; what are your plans for the future instead of what do you predict to happen.
You look like rocketman.
I might just be making things up cuz I don't remember, but I swear I saw the title "The Collats Conjecture," and didn't want to click it cuz it looked weird, but then I clicked on it a couple days later cuz he changed the title XD
Papanek was right.
Nobody ever: Dr. Ken: "HiFi Snowflakes"
Its just too damm fast
So many buses
Much better, but your main misleading part was saying the power delivered to my house is direct from the substation (line of sight). I'm so far from the substation that even though the transmission lines zig-zag, the time to get any measurable power follows the zig zag. There's no experiment I can perform to pick up current from the distant sub station directly due to distance. That said, back in the 1960s, a farmer was caught powering his entire farm from the high-tension lines on his property. He basically used the powerful electric and magnetic fields from the lines to create a voltage difference in a close but fully separate set of wires, I believe in his barn. He got away with it for years until an engineer finally decided to run down the odd voltage drop on the line and then they sued the crap out of him. Moden monitoring systems will pick up the power loss immediately so don't try it unless you want the authorities to be asking you very hard questions. Nonetheless Maxwell's equations are the basis for all this.
Monkeys?? Oh nooo
This explains why people can live to really old with bad life styles.
우주뽕이 차오른다 에헤❤️
For the new breed of mosquitoes scientists mutated to give more of an 'extincting' genes, we who are bitten are helping the world to get less bites for years to come!
No gloves? Really?
well i am almost always bored i usually try to entertain myself by thinking about random stuff
I remember the last day I got to spend with the first girl I loved, like it happened just the other day I remember every detail. It’s been 17 years and I’m stuck in the moment sometimes thinking about her it feels like only a few minutes. But I can go hours a time thinking about her. Im may be getting off the subject but I already knew these ideas of time and how our brain reacts to things we experience
I find these puzzles amusing because the logistics involved to get any of the solutions to work are infinitely ridiculous.
Sorry Derek, the future of cars is removal.
When i watch a video on tiktok then watch it again it seems to go much much quicker
There’s a joke to be made here
Honestly, some of the worst people to explain things to beginners are experts. That's because they've indulge themselves in the subject for so long that they've forgotten the difference between common knowledge and acquired knowledge. Nobody is going to understand what you're talking about unless they are well read in Quantum Theory. And if they are, there is no point in explaining anything to them because they already know.
The ironic part of this is that you needed a rocket ship to escape the earths gravity field to make your outer-space argument. Renaming gravity to spacetime seems juvenile. If you drop an object on earth and it doesn't take a parabolic arc to the ground, then it can't be a true inertial observer.
it looks like something from starwars
Maybe, maybe not I wish I still had that crystal radio it only had to clamp to a ground wire and you had a radio
I was very lucky to have a private goodnight concert from Sharon, Lois & Bram when I was 10 years old. They stayed at my parents hotel and after dinner they sung & played me songs and Lois even helped put me to bed and sung lullabys. What a lucky boy I was.
Bc time is relitive to how long you live?
Can fish feel water
If you are standing on Earth, you are actually being accelerated in two directions, laterally with the rotation of the earth and upwards, also, because you are being kept from falling closer to the center of the earth. If you drop an object, it doesn't fall in a strait line but curves. The Coriolis effect demonstrates that we are being accelerated lateral, any long distance shooter can verify that. Since we are being rotated there also centrifugal force pushing us upwards so the bending of space (gravity) is actually apposing acceleration by the Earth and centrifugal force of rotation. Inertia is the property that really gets me messed up. If a body travels through space without interacting with space, because space does not affect any object's inertial state, it is space itself that bends to change the object's direction according to other objects' reference, then how can that same object's mass bend space? How can an object bend space through it's mass yet not be affected by space? Because otherwise inertia would not be a property because space would slow down an object's momentum if it interacted with that object but it doesn't. Now space does become denser and an object moves slower through that part of space that is denser, but that is relative to the observer of motion, which is space itself (space time). Because time is not a real property, it is the measurement of movement in reference to the space the object is moving through. Hence why one second is measured as the time it takes caesium-133 - to oscillate 9,192,631,770 times. Oscillation is the movement back and forth of the atom. So the atom oscillates slower the closer you get to earth because space is denser the closer you get to earth and space is less dense the further you get, hence global positioning satellites have to compensate for the differences in time from the surface of earth to their orbit in space. Thus an object does not speed up when space becomes less dense, motion is conserved and time itself seems to speed up because of the lower density of space. So the momentum of an object does not get slower in denser space and does not speed up in less dense space, the perception of time is what actually changes. Space is the object that the motion of a particle is referenced to, the object passes through the same amount of space over the same distance in space at the same velocity, it's just that there is more space packed into the same area. (so on that note, what is the area that space itself is referenced to if not another dimension?) Since space becomes denser and thinner without affecting the inertia of an object, then it can be safe to say that space itself does not interact with an object and space does not interact with itself (if space interacted with itself we would find denser and thinner regions of space irrelevant to the mass of a body making space denser or thinner, and that has not been observed). My only conclusion, and I state this as pure speculation not as fact, is that matter interacts with a third object not otherwise perceptible to our means of observation (possibly in another dimension) and that third material interacts with space causing space itself to be drawn towards that substance, whatever it may be. (I am sure some would call this dark matter). So basically I am trying to speculate that this other matter exists between normal matter and space. I also thus theorize that their is a fourth dimension we cannot observe that we interact with where the physical properties of this dark matter reside. My thoughts of this dimension (possibly multiple dimensions opposite counterparts of our three dimensions) even go down to the atomic level. A Proton has the same amount but opposite charge as an Electron, yet has a mass 1835 times greater than the electron. If atomic particles interact with the dark matter electromagnetically, this would make perfect sense since both protons and electrons have mass and equal charges yet different masses. Because the majority of a proton's charge could be in the other dimension attracting dark matter and an electron's charge is mostly in this dimension yet a small part is in the other dimension attracting a smaller portion of dark matter. Now these are just my wild speculations and in no way represent actual scientific study, effort and proof; I have not the ability in math and physics to do this. I am sure most will find this ludicrous and absurd. I would ask that you forgive my ramblings but this is something I have wanted to speculate about in writing for a long time.
Ah, hell this is just simply a rehash of the"Wisconsin Card Test" from 1948. Nothing to see here folks, move along. Yeah,it supposedly proved that I had onset Dementi, but I'm still going!
This was the inspiration for my video about the topic, thanks for everything!
Yay now I have immense anxiety
Black hole videos warp my mind as much as real ones warps space.