Dead Wild Roses: Will Batteries Power The World? | The Limits Of Lithium-ion – Minute Physics

Moar Science. πŸ™‚ Filed under: Science Tagged: Batteries, Ion, Lithium, Minute Physics, Science

Dead Wild Roses: Minute Physics – Why is the Solar System Flat?

Filed under: Science Tagged: Minute Physics, Science

Dead Wild Roses: The Grandfather Paradox – Resolved? – Minute Physics

Oh, it was that easy? πŸ™‚ Filed under: Science Tagged: Grandfather Paradox, Minute Physics, Science

Dead Wild Roses: Common Physics Misconceptions.

Ah, Minute Physics, one of my favorite ytube channels.Β  Explain away πŸ™‚   Filed under: Science Tagged: Minute Physics, Travel

Dead Wild Roses: Why It is Impossible to Tune a Piano – The Case for Temperament

I’ve read about somewhat arcane nature of piano tuning and the various temperaments used through the ages, but Minute Physics succinctly describes what is going with all the math behind the production of sound. From Wikipedia: Many factors cause pianos to go out of tune, particularly atmospheric changes. For instance, changes in humidity will affect ...

Dead Wild Roses: 3 Simple and 3 Not So Simple Ways to Time Travel – MinutePhysics

I love these vids. πŸ™‚ Filed under: Science Tagged: Minute Physics, Science, Time Travel

Dead Wild Roses: Raindrops Should Not Exist – So says Physics

Well that is a sticky wicket if I’ve heard of one. πŸ™‚Β  I’ll post the answer video as well, but see if you know before you watch the second part (No peeking!). And the spoiler… Filed under: Education, Science Tagged: Just say no to Raindrops, Minute Earth, Minute Physics

Dead Wild Roses: How to Subtract by Adding – Minute Physics

Damn, and you think that Math would be straightforward.Β  I’m contemplating throwing this at students when I get to sub in for a Math teacher – I can’t wait. πŸ™‚ Filed under: Education, Science Tagged: Adding by Subtracting, Minute Physics

Dead Wild Roses: How Big is the Sun – Minute Physics

Take the advice and do watch in full screen if you can.Β  πŸ™‚ Filed under: Science Tagged: How Big is the Sun, Minute Physics, Science

Dead Wild Roses: Computer Colour is Broken – Minute Physics

Given that computers are excellent at computation, one would think that we’d let them do a little bit of extra work to make colour blending look good. Apparently not. Filed under: Science Tagged: Colour, Minute Physics, Science

Dead Wild Roses: What is Angular Momentum – Minute Physics to the Rescue

Physics! Science! Facts!Β  – Entertainment that edifies. πŸ™‚ Filed under: Science Tagged: Angular Momentum, Minute Physics, Science

Dead Wild Roses: This Is Not A Rainbow – Minute Physics

Damn science, keeping me on my toes. πŸ™‚   Filed under: Science Tagged: Minute Physics, Rainbows, Science

Dead Wild Roses: Minute Physics – Why are Stars Star Shaped?

Watch out, interesting learning ahead. Filed under: Science Tagged: Minute Physics, Stars

Dead Wild Roses: Minute Physics – How to See Without Glasses

As a bespectacled individual, I was hoping for something a little more high tech. πŸ™‚ On the upside, it is good to know when you’re in a pinch.   Filed under: Science Tagged: How to See Without Glasses, Minute Physics, Physics, Science

Dead Wild Roses: When Insanity Becomes Normal – Venezuela

We are not hearing much about Venezuela at the moment, here is a brief snippet of what life is currently like in parts of that country.Β  Many thanks to Minute Physics for posting this news.   Filed under: International Affairs Tagged: Minute Physics, News, Update, Venezuela

Dead Wild Roses: When Insanity Becomes Normal – Venezuela

We are not hearing much about Venezuela at the moment, here is a brief snippet of what life is currently like in parts of that country.Β  Many thanks to Minute Physics for posting this news.   Filed under: International Affairs Tagged: Minute Physics, News, Update, Venezuela

Dead Wild Roses: Relativity Isn’t Relative – Minute Physics

Just when I think I have a handle on base concept or two…Β  *sigh*     Filed under: Science Tagged: Minute Physics, Physics, Relativity, Science

Dead Wild Roses: Shrinking the God of the Gaps – Another step forward for Astrophysics

Some background on the the latest discovery about the nature of our universe. πŸ™‚Β  The believers in ooga-booga should be feeling a bit less secure in their grand delusion (It’s a nice thought, but then again, since when do believers let facts get in the way of the TRUTH) .   Filed under: Science Tagged: ...

Dead Wild Roses: The Full Moon is Better In Winter.

I’m pretty much done with Winter by this time of the year, but I have to agree with MinutePhysics that despite the rest of the seasonal maladies, the full moon is pretty spectacular.Β  πŸ™‚ Filed under: Science Tagged: Astronomy, Full Moon in Winter, Minute Physics, Science

Dead Wild Roses: Why is the Sky Dark at Night?

Minute Physics, unlike myself has the answer. πŸ™‚   Filed under: Science Tagged: Minute Physics, Why is the Sky Dark at Night

Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Sunday Disservice – Science, Religion and the Big Bang

The God of the Gaps, one of classical set pieces of religious nonsensical arguments, lurks in the shadows waiting to prey upon the unprepared rational atheist.Β  Fear not team-godless Minute Physics delivers the facts you need to set the record straight when it comes to cosmology and the Big Bang (err or big stretch in ...

Dead Wild Roses: Do We Expand With The Universe? – Minute Physics

Good video, but I just can’t see a cat on a leash. πŸ™‚ Filed under: Science Tagged: 2 mintues of interesting stuff, Expansion of Spacetime, Minute Physics

Dead Wild Roses: The Sun and Quantum Tunneling

Who knew that our Sun was being so shifty and taking the easy way out to produce energy?Β  πŸ™‚   Filed under: Science Tagged: Minute Physics, Quantum Tunneling, The Sun

Dead Wild Roses: Minute Physics – The North Pole?

Shifty little bugger when all is said and done. πŸ™‚   Filed under: Education, Science Tagged: Minute Physics, North Pole, Science

Dead Wild Roses: Temperature – Do we really feel it?

  Of course not silly, and here is why… πŸ™‚     Notice that unlike religious ‘truths’ we can test this stuff out empirically and thus can ascertain whether it add or subtracts to our understanding of the world around us. Filed under: Science Tagged: Minute Physics, Science, Temperature