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A very good RL Passive Filter theory video [Video]
posted September 13 2011 7:44.37 by Giorgos Lazaridis

We've seen in the past more theory videos from youtube user Afrotech. In this specific video he explains the basics...

[Link: Afrotech]
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Tags: theory/tutorial   how it works   

The theory of chaos explained [Video]
posted September 7 2011 11:52.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis

A butterfly flapping its wings in July in New York may cause snowing in Nottingham in December... This is a very common, very popular yet absolutely unrealistic example to explain...

[Link: Sixty Symbols]
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Tags: physics   theory/tutorial   science   how it works   revealed   

Its the nano-era, learn more about nanotechnology with this documentary [Video]
posted August 31 2011 6:42.26 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Nano is the buzz word of the decade. Nanotechnology is evolving rapidly, developing materials or devices within the size of 100 nanometers or smaller. It has the potential to create...

[Link: vitrohype]
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Tags: new materials   nanotechnology   documentary   theory/tutorial   how it works   crazy photo/video   insane   chemistry   physics   inventions   research   science   

Solstice and Equinox explained
posted June 30 2011 18:43.28 by Giorgos Lazaridis

The sun rises in the East, right? Well, not quite, not always and not exactly... I'm sure that most of you (if not all) have heard the words Solstice and Equinox (maybe in your language)...

[Link: Sixty Symbols]
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Tags: solar   space related   science   theory/tutorial   

This is where the polar day and night time Aurora comes from
posted June 27 2011 19:22.45 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I have upload blog entries with fantastic timelapse videos showing the polar Aurora effect. But i haven't upload any yet showing how this Aurora effect is generated. I suppose that...

[Link: space]
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Tags: plasma   solar   space related   science   animation   theory/tutorial   

The coolest video scientifically explaining how light bulbs work
posted June 23 2011 20:40.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Out of curiosity, i've seen several different videos regarding this subject: how the incandescent light bulbs work. But this one is the coolest so far!...

[Link: Joel Sweetman]
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Tags: physics   inventions   science   crazy photo/video   theory/tutorial   how it works   how is made   

This is how the optic fibers work
posted June 21 2011 21:09.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This is the mew video from the engineer guy, Bill Hammack. Bill explains in this video, always with his distinctive and easy-to-follow way, how the optic fibers work. Ok, now i know...

[Link: engineer guy video]
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Tags: internet related   optic fibers   crazy photo/video   how it works   how is made   theory/tutorial   

These are the 7 parameters that shape mobile phones
posted June 16 2011 19:33.55 by Giorgos Lazaridis

The cell phones have change dramatically over time. From those old and heavy VHF-like devices, they have turn into small anorexic shiny jewels, with processing power that some PCs...

[Link: engineer guy video]
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Tags: cell phone hacks   innovations   financial   pioneer   crazy photo/video   theory/tutorial   how is made   

Here is how you can see the ISS, with naked eye
posted June 16 2011 19:15.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is a very cool site that i dug yesterday, when i was searching for photos from the ISS. This site calculates the path of the International Space Station. Then, you enter the...

[Link: sightspacestation]
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Tags: space related   cool site   satellite   telescope   tips   internet related   theory/tutorial   how to   

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