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Can a siphon operate in a Vacuum? [Video]
posted October 18 2011 1:10.26 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Many people have used a siphon to drain a water tank, a bucket, or "steal" some gasoline from the tank. Recently i used a siphon to empty my solar water heater for maintenance. And...

[Link: Periodic Table Videos]
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Tags: experiments   pressure   physics   space related   science   revealed   



The atmosphere itself can easily smash a metallic can [Video]
posted September 20 2011 13:58.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis




The atmosphere applies a pressure of about 100 000 N to every square meter on Earth's surface. We take this pressure for granted because we have the same amount of pressure pushing...

[Link: Veritasium]
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Tags: pressure   physics   experiments   science   health & nature   theory/tutorial   








For those who badly need a hug, even from a cold bot
posted June 27 2011 12:04.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Are you alone but you badly need a hug? Your girlfriend left you, your best friend is on a business trip and your beloved pet just died? This bot made from the University of Electro-Communications...

[Link: mlepine]
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Tags: robot   mechanical   sensors   pneumatic   pressure   omg   bad idea   ridiculous   



The Diesel engine was discovered from this fire piston!
posted June 21 2011 13:23.10 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It all began when i had this question which sounds absolutely logical: The higher above sea level we go, the colder it gets, but the higher we go, the closer to the sun we are. So...

[Link: makemagazine]
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Tags: physics   fire   pressure   temperature   discovery   science   inventions   history   explosion   



This bot climbs on walls using supersonic air
posted May 27 2011 13:28.18 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I bet that when you saw this bot in the picture above, you thought that the suction cups it has are connected into a vacuum... Well, that's wrong. This bot utilizes the Bernoulli's...

[Via: dvice]    [Link: GerbilGod7]
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Tags: robot   physics   mechanical   research   science   ultrasonic   crazy designs   pressure   high speed   pneumatic   








What are the Krakatoa Tubes???
posted May 14 2011 13:15.34 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I had totally no idea about the Krakatoa Tubes. I mean, i do know the Krakatoa volcano in Indonesia, but Krakatoa tubes? Periodic Table Videos reveal this crazy story in their...

[Link: Periodic Table Videos]
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Tags: mechanical   explosion   crazy story   volcano   crazy designs   fire   pressure   revealed   history   



New Zealand ad-benches - ridiculous annoying idea
posted March 6 2011 12:17.28 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Advertisers are on the search of new methods to advertise new products. Some days ago i posted another ad idea from BMW, but this one is absolutely annoying. It happens in New...

[Via: presurfer]    [Link: copyranter]
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Tags: commercial   trick   pressure   ridiculous   



Meet the smallest computer ever!
posted February 22 2011 13:20.23 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is the smallest computer ever created, a complete millimeter-scale computing system, designed by researcher in the University of Michigan. This prototype is made to be...

[Via: popsci]
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Tags: pressure   low power   innovations   biotechnology   health & nature   science   sensors   research   inventions   








DIY super cheap but strong air muscle
posted February 21 2011 13:29.53 by Giorgos Lazaridis




User bkraz333 uploaded a new video a few days ago, in which he demonstrates how can someone make an air muscle with very simple and cheap materials. The stroke is not very...

[Link: bkraz333]
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Tags: pneumatic   mechanical   diy   pressure   

















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