– We’re here at the Made by Google event and this is the new Pixel 4. What’s new? Well, this comes with a radar and it comes with a ton of new gestures. So, let’s see how it holds up against the LG G8 ThinQ, which was the last great gesture phone. (smooth electronic music)… Read more Google Pixel 4: Testing Radar-Powered Gesture Controls
We could just say movement of water and minerals and movement of glucose and amino acids… But this is science, and so we like to have special terms to describe these processes! In these 3 part videos, we’re going to look at the transport systems in plants for moving food, water and minerals around. We… Read more Xylem and Phloem – Transport in Plants | Plants | Biology | FuseSchool
Airplane WiFi is slow and usually expensive. And just because you’re paying more doesn’t necessarily mean you’re getting more. You may not get WiFi until you’re 10,000 feet in the air, and when you do get it, it may be slow and spotty. Even so, people are still willing to cough up their cash to… Read more Everything Wrong With In-Flight WiFi | Untangled
This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by Brilliant, a problem solving website that teaches you think like an engineer. Over the past decade we have seen multiple industries looking to transition to renewable fuel sources, and while we have been making huge strides in the production of renewable energy, the technology required… Read more Are Electric Planes Possible?
Autopilot isn’t as “auto” as you might think. There’s no robot that sits in the pilot seat and mashes buttons while the real pilot takes a nap. It’s just a flight-control system that allows a pilot to fly an airplane without continuous hands-on control. Basically, it lets a pilot fly from New York to Los… Read more What Do Pilots Do When A Plane Is On Autopilot?
Captions are on! Click CC at bottom right to turn off. You can stay up to date with us on Twitter (@AmoebaSisters) and Facebook! When we were kids, growing up in West Texas, our winters would be cold but rarely experienced snow. But we did have ice, which resulted in the roads being salted. As… Read more Osmosis and Water Potential (Updated)
In the year 1919, pilots Alcock and Brown completed the first non-stop transatlantic flight from Canada to Ireland. The journey took them just 16 hours, but it was anything but plain sailing. During takeoff, the overloaded aircraft barely made it over a line of trees. And shortly after, the onboard generator failed, causing them to… Read more How To Land On Mars Without a Pilot
hi gone transmitting power in DC or direct current can have great advantages over AC or alternating current oh yeah I did try to show you DC was better by electrocuting those animals if it wasn’t for that meddling Tesla and his stupid ways now we would be living in a much better world of… Read more Why HIGH VOLTAGE DC power Transmission
SORT SORT OF SORT OF ALARM? SORT OF ALARM? NOT SORT OF ALARM? NOT JUST SORT OF ALARM? NOT JUST ONE SORT OF ALARM? NOT JUST ONE ALARM, SORT OF ALARM? NOT JUST ONE ALARM, BUT NOT JUST ONE ALARM, BUT NOT JUST ONE ALARM, BUT MULTIPLES NOT JUST ONE ALARM, BUT MULTIPLES ALL NOT… Read more NTSB: Boeing made incorrect assumptions about 737 MAX pilots’ response time