TOP Mr.Science.'s Videos 20 videos
How I tame the wily domesticated shorthairs; the Full Facial Scrub was taught to me by my Sifu. Now you too, know the secret of feline fulfillment......
  • 28 Jun 2008
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Funny, kittens [sisters] at their best. a webcam lucky catch for sure. Cats Rule.
  • 21 Apr 2008
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A comprehensive discussion about Tanker Ships at sea on Australian News. Timely, reassuring.
  • 17 Dec 2007
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Why the TV writers NEED to strike. They Rock, and should be paid well.
  • 13 Dec 2007
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A tap dancer entices a Seal to join in; funny stuff.
  • 2 Sep 2007
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Hilarious. I did not ever see the Sopranos, but I hear Tony is here too.......
  • 19 Jun 2007
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ms win98 crashes; the music carries on.
  • 8 May 2007
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This mil surplus parabolic lamphouse mirror is good for engaging kids jaded by the science and math based toys and tools they use daily. Even the most indifferent student is grossed out by how their hand looks when their finger touches the mirror and grossly distorts the image; more so when they back off and can dance with their own hand at the focal length of the mirror. Best used indoors, as outside in sunlight these mirrors can ignite wood at their focal length in a poof faster than you can see, and it will melt a penny in seconds. Be careful and get kids turned on to science, and if you explain it well, math. The world needs math and science to continue our quality of life.......
  • 19 Jan 2007
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A cheap webcam [note who made it in reverse] using a holiday gift bag, violet with glitter in it. Bill Frisell graces this demonstration of how simple it is to make a mesmerizing video. Move it around, use ambient light to your benefit. Easy, cool, and fun.
  • 19 Jan 2007
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I do not claim to be an expert on string theory. I work for musicians, though, and am well aware of how a plucked string rings out. The fundamental and harmonics, all play a part of this execution. Sphere magnets allow a cool, slow enough to see, version of this dynamic. No math needed, but it does apply if you can be bothered.
  • 19 Jan 2007
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Regardless of who "we" are. Here is a loop motor as seen all over the internet via google. The next part will illustrate another version that may bring to bear cognizance in the next generation of engineers. Just a few feet of magnet wire, a D cell [here a rechargeable Nicad cell], a strong magnet, a switch and a base is all that is required to begin to master magnetics and electromotive forces.
  • 24 Jan 2007
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a couple of flight related bloopers here; Were it Bob at the controls none of these would have turned out the way they did.
  • 16 Jan 2007
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Sheriff Reichert, here questioning serial killer Gary Ridgeway [the Green River Killer], went on to become a republican Congressman who now serves in Washington DC.
  • 14 Jan 2007
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What to do with those cd's after a second or two in the microvave oven; hang them over your Tesla Coil for a cool light show. Great for decomissioning those discs with sensitive data on them, too.
  • 14 Jan 2007
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Bob Hoover, American Pilot.
  • 10 Jan 2007
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Louise, the runt of the litter, is accosted by Thelma, the alpha of the bunch while doing reconnasaince from the deck as the neighbor's tabby adventured into the yard. Lou is the premier huntress of Magnolia; our block no longer has rats though the rail corridor is just 2 blocks east of us. See the attitude of alpha entitlement, of the cunning energy of the runner up in this video as well as the trick ending I accidently got while learning video editing
  • 9 Jan 2007
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Be on a 12' ladder and throw a Black paper airplane. Crows can see food from a mile away, but they cannot discern a black paper airplane from one of their own. I unfolded it but they did not care, they just kept up the riot before vacating the neighborhood for a day. After counting their tribe, they returned, having not lost a single bird.
  • 8 Jan 2007
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