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10:03 exactly one frame
7:47 exactly one frame on the arc
Should've went to Brazil, the place with most lightning on the planet.
Use your tongue next time...
The biggest pair of socks on the worlds carpet 😂😂😂😂 never change gav lol
You are scientists.😕👍👍👍👍👍
Need a high-speed camera to capture your VERY hidden product placement warning.
They wearing rubber gloves when my badass put my whole hand on it.
No you didn’t
3:48 wtf are his legs doing, look at that wobble
Strangest episode of The Simpsons I've ever seen.
I've never noticed no ads until now.I was today old until I found out.Now I love them even more for it.TY slow-mo guys!
People watching this after April 25/26th better not tell no spoilers...Prof. Liew through a bad setup for that one. 3:40*plugs ears, covers eyes🙈 🙉 I don't wanna hear it!*(Endgame, most anticipated movie ever.)
"He who plays and runs away, lives to play another day"~Prof.Liew
can capture a shooting star?
10:30 Thats what she said
The scientist guy looks like Will Ferrell
7:00. Don't Phantoms go up to 1 million F/S?
UHFStation1 the do but I would assume that it’s killer on the battery
For anyone interested yes, that is infact destin's camera. If you check on their seccond channel during their 10 things you may not have known about the slow mo guys at about the 3 minute mark he talks about the largest file he has ever made and talks about the ram limitations that cause him to not break that. He then goes on to state the ram of certain cameras they use, namely the phantom flex 4k which they have, and the v2511 that they borrow from destin.
At 4:20, I use the very same model of keyboard!
Could that camera you used to film light film lighting??
If an electric arc is so fast that when it is filmed at 25.000 fps it's only visible for just one frame, how is it that we are still able to capture the arc with an ordinary cam and still get an image of it at least for a frame?
Singapore has done a fantastic job by incorporating nature within their architecture. It has literally brought back ecosystems of animals
Van der Graaf Generator - Flip it upside down.I think they explained the VDG wrong. Below is tldr version of wikipedia and what I remember from school. It is possible that I am wrong. An experiment would decide.I think it actually creates charges by friction (triboelectric effect). The polarity of the charge should depend on used materials not the orientation of the device. The charge on the belt is transfered inside a conductive sphere. Then you use something called Gauss law to figure out that the potential inside the sphere is zero and that all the charge goes to the outer surface. This means that inside the sphere there is still room for more charge and therefore it is not travelling back to the belt. This means the electric potential on the outer surface will just grow and grow until you discharge it. (Instead of using the Gauss law you can just imagine the repulsive forces force the charges to the outer surface)
Look on the footage it says "Smarter every D" xd
Hey Gav, you should trim your neckbeard before you do big shows like this. Just a grooming tip for next time. Cheerio and pip pip!
2:50 When it's so high the units stop mattering. "30,000 degrees Kelvin or centigrade".
30000-273=29727. Round that.
Dan starts a handshake way too early
"It's like the biggest pair of socks on the world's carpet" very nice! :)
The Slow Mo Guys
The King of Random
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