Painful High Voltage Levitation Magic
Vehicle Sensing in the Streets
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Tour of My New House!!!
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Making Water Spin Like Magic, LATITY-002
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Making a Spark-Gap Transmitter
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Body Jump-Start and BioCharger RECTIFICATION
How CAPACITORS Work (ElectroBOOM101-006)
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USB Killer… WHY???
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Drowning in Inefficiency
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How to Replace a Power Outlet
Induction Energy Experiments
The Boy Who Cried "FREE ENERGY"
How a Fluorescent Lamp Turns On
Is Space Travel Possible??
The Outlet that Saves Lives
Hassan Adnan
Hassan Adnan 2 tundi tagasi
I lost it at hackers and *hookers* lmao
Felix Dong
Felix Dong 2 tundi tagasi
hey look, i have a hologram give me money!
Babuinul 2 tundi tagasi
i am the only one that presses like and after looks at the video?
Peter Poupis
Peter Poupis 2 tundi tagasi
Everybody talking about the cathode ray, but nobody ever talks about anode ray :(......
Warning 64
Warning 64 2 tundi tagasi
‘Cancer Generator’
Moe AL-Fadhli
Moe AL-Fadhli 2 tundi tagasi
Nice 👌
Abdullah Ahmed
Abdullah Ahmed 2 tundi tagasi
at last
Jannes The Impala
Jannes The Impala 2 tundi tagasi
Basically a fanless fan, I wonder if dyson already did this
Lag00n 2 tundi tagasi
“If your desk isn’t messy enough, then you must not be a maker” looking at my desk full of papers, crumpled papers, pencils and markers FK
xasa boy
xasa boy 2 tundi tagasi
مهدی شما اهل ایرانی
Prison Mike
Prison Mike 2 tundi tagasi
Naa... He'll never make it
Steve Driscoll
Steve Driscoll 2 tundi tagasi
Put a DIY cloud chamber past the anode and see if on versus off give an interesting result of particles.
drac richards
drac richards 2 tundi tagasi
I'm surprised you didn't crack your vaccuum dome from the heat of the plasma generated under vaccuum
The Minnesota Wolf
The Minnesota Wolf 2 tundi tagasi
I think you missed one very important qualifier. LED stands for a light emitting diode and diode is the primary component of FULL BRIDGE RECTIFIER!
Steven 2 tundi tagasi
I'd hate to have your Hydro bill !
Sonali Dadheech
Sonali Dadheech 3 tundi tagasi
I was waiting for from month
Richard Eadon
Richard Eadon 3 tundi tagasi
Catholic ray?
Daniel Libman
Daniel Libman 3 tundi tagasi
Somting starts to smell around boogar sh**t
Mr Veink
Mr Veink 3 tundi tagasi
I was thinking that why haven't I seen this video but it was just uploaded lol
NeoZapper Misc.
NeoZapper Misc. 3 tundi tagasi
Why is the video political
koi fishy
koi fishy 3 tundi tagasi
When I was watching this I saw “I’m sponsored by kill share!!!!!”
red thunder
red thunder 3 tundi tagasi
Hey can you do a video on the spark plug free energy generator my automotive teacher said it was real
AB434 3 tundi tagasi
3:15 Conglaturations!You discovered Ion wind!Now try to make Ion Engine
David Galeano
David Galeano 3 tundi tagasi
3:39 me asusté mas que él
Nitin.A Karthik
Nitin.A Karthik 3 tundi tagasi
You didn't nearly die this time though....I mean in this video 😂😂
Gamer Low Graphics
Gamer Low Graphics 3 tundi tagasi
12:07 please move that glass! It give me goosebump!
splurgeOn*** 3 tundi tagasi
in other news, Medhi makes soft x-rays
DeadGirlUprise 3 tundi tagasi
I like blue light...
R.Vishal RAVI
R.Vishal RAVI 3 tundi tagasi
20 to 26 secs every makers will be related too
Ese Callum
Ese Callum 3 tundi tagasi
A breakthrough in the fight against infections acquired in hospital could be achieved thanks to pioneering new research. The project is investigating the use of ionisers to eradicate airborne infections in hospitals - a technique that could deliver major health benefits and financial savings. Starting in December, the 3-year initiative will be carried out by engineers at the University of Leeds with funding from the Swindon-based Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). Infections originating in hospital are a serious and widespread problem, affecting around 10% of patients during their stay. There is increasing evidence that up to 20% of these infections are transmitted by an airborne route - at a cost of £100-200 million a year in England alone. The project will build on a recent successful study at St James's University Hospital in Leeds. This found that using ionisers to negatively charge air particles in an intensive care unit prevented all infections caused by the Acinetobacter pathogen. Immune to nearly all currently available antibiotics, Acinetobacter infections are a growing problem in hospitals and can be fatal in some groups of patients. In the new project, the same team will set out to understand the science behind this success and provide a firm basis for future use of the technique. They will focus on the biological and physical processes associated with negative air ionisation and airborne transmission of infection, and establish guidelines for the effective use of ionisers in hospital buildings. Much of the research will be carried out in the University's state-of-the-art aerobiological test facility, which was part funded by EPSRC. The facility incorporates a 32m3 climatic chamber where temperature, humidity and ventilation rate can be varied and controlled. The chamber enables researchers to mimic various clinical environments and perform a wide range of experiments involving aerosols doped with micro-organisms. The project team is being led by Dr Clive Beggs of the University of Leeds' Aerobiological Research Group. Dr Beggs says: "Negative air ionisation could have a dramatic impact on a problem that has been attracting increasing publicity and causing Story Source: Materials provided by Engineering And Physical Science Research Council. Note: Content may be edited for style and length.
Danni Hijacked
Danni Hijacked 3 tundi tagasi
Anyone getting this recommanded in 2021?
Steve White
Steve White 3 tundi tagasi
Vacuum tubes are still used where very high power is required such as radio and TV stations.
Giorgio Armignacco
Giorgio Armignacco 3 tundi tagasi
ok MAYBE there is something right in what i'm about to write ( MAYBE you can collimate that electron beam by placing a solenoid with is his axis in line with the tip of the cathode here's my thought you have solenoid and an electron beam , and you're viewing everything from the top ( you can see a section of the solenoid , but you cant'see the area of the single loop of wire ) let's place the solenoid in vertical so that electrons come from the bottom , going up ( to the anode ) let's suppose that the electon is right in axis with the solenoid , or at least that is speed vector is parallel to the B field of the solenoid due to lorentz law , no force is applied to the electron now let's immagine that the speed vector is aiming slightly to the left , applying the lorentz law ( with negative sign since is an electron ) this will result in a force pointig towards us , so the speed of the electron in the z axis will increase , but since now Vz is greater than 0 , if you again apply the lorentz law it will result in force pointing to the right so in the end you'll have a speed vector pointing to the left and a force pointing to the right evenctually the left component of the speed will be cancelled by the force congratulations now you have a speed vector parallel to the B field , so parallel to the solenoid axis , you can literally use the solenoid to aim the electron beam physicists i need you to confirm ( or bust ) this theory P.S. english is not my mother language , so sorry for any stupid errors that probably i made while writing this
Владислав Рожков
Владислав Рожков 3 tundi tagasi
Hi. We can see some nodes in the arc. Can you explain physics of this effect?
Hegedűs Milán
Hegedűs Milán 3 tundi tagasi
2:50 i knew that this will happen
Dipayan Sarkar
Dipayan Sarkar 3 tundi tagasi
AB 3 tundi tagasi
doesn't electron microscopes use cathode ray tubes for the electron source?
the tyrant67
the tyrant67 3 tundi tagasi
I heard 'Cathode Ray' as 'Catholic Ray.' High voltage holiness.
Brandon James
Brandon James 3 tundi tagasi
The arc between his hands was not special effects.
May the Science be with You
May the Science be with You 3 tundi tagasi
You just need something to focus the electron beam.
Aritra Ghosh
Aritra Ghosh 3 tundi tagasi
Uoy era ynnuf .😆😆
Cantaria 3 tundi tagasi
On 4:18, did you notice the little flame/ark at the other end from the green cable? :)
TheDoh007 3 tundi tagasi
2:00 good one lmao
My Dream Life
My Dream Life 3 tundi tagasi
educated guess.. 🤣 🔥
Kechaoglou Manos
Kechaoglou Manos 3 tundi tagasi
Hi Medhi! I do not know if anyone else commented on the "wave-like" electron ray seen at the 9nth minute of the video. This reminds me of the glowing regions seen at the Franck - Herzt experiment. In that experiment the electrons are accelerated to the point were their kinetic energy is sufficient to excite the residual gas of the vacuum chamber at that particular position (in that position, the voltage corresponds to their energy levels divided by the charge of the electron -this is in compliance with the quantum atomic energy levels). After excitation the electrons practically stop and then begin to accelerate for a second time (and then a third time and so on). Once they gain for the second time enough energy, they excite the molecules at another position and they once again stop. The electron path is visible between these regions, as the electrons elastically scatter with the molecules in the chamber I believe that this is why you have this wave-like distribution in your chamber. I haven't read for a while about the experiment so maybe I am wrong but I am sure someone can comment
Ace4 AKASH 3 tundi tagasi
Akarsh 3 tundi tagasi
8:18 *Video at 173k likes* Mehdi: So anyway I made a video
Pradeep Thapa
Pradeep Thapa 3 tundi tagasi
o my god😱😱 You are Still alive??😆
Xavier Campos
Xavier Campos 3 tundi tagasi
Its a miracle he's alive 😆
Vignesh S
Vignesh S 3 tundi tagasi
I don't want to be Likeeeeeeeee Youuuuuuuu..........
Smart Cyber
Smart Cyber 3 tundi tagasi
0:05 at that moment I already understood that this is not a political video, but he is so scared about it, that he repeats it the whole time
Yash Shah
Yash Shah 3 tundi tagasi
Could've used ring instead of disc with a hole !
Ned Tedford
Ned Tedford 3 tundi tagasi
beta rays
rom65536 3 tundi tagasi
How about a Farnsworth Fusor?
Pen 3 tundi tagasi
Why do you risk yourself for a single project I love you
Pilot Polar
Pilot Polar 3 tundi tagasi
This guy teaches better than my science teacher 😂😂😂😂
AWZool 3 tundi tagasi
Seriously, "CRT Tube"??
Pilot Polar
Pilot Polar 3 tundi tagasi
I am learning science from you
KasVos 3 tundi tagasi
You just take away the Tea from a Sea Arty. Quite mean, really.
Pilot Polar
Pilot Polar 3 tundi tagasi
I am a big fan
bojalubiegrac 3 tundi tagasi
My favorite crazy scientist!
Кристиян Миланов
Кристиян Миланов 3 tundi tagasi
I just realized. Latity and LTT.
DJ jhin THE NINJA 3 tundi tagasi
I challenge you to shave All the hair on your arm using adhesive tape, If you guys agree ,let him know by Smash like button 📏📏
CubingTubing 3 tundi tagasi
5:24 Bald man uses hair dryers
boyzG64 4 tundi tagasi
2:53 mic go "ears go die"
Mladen Bacic
Mladen Bacic 4 tundi tagasi
Who watches this channel only to see Mehdi get electrocuted?
GalaxyNightOwl 4 tundi tagasi
*50v is the maximum voltage a human can withstand* This dude: IM STRONG
Bec querel
Bec querel 4 tundi tagasi
12:07 that vacuum chamber is way too close TO THE EDGE OF THE TABLE!
Spuds76 4 tundi tagasi
What would happen if anything, if you would put let say black tape on the face of the washer leaving the inside ring bare meal forcing the electrons to move towards the center of the washer. Would they pick up enough speed to pass through it?
MichaelMark9371 4 tundi tagasi
"Electron G#n" at the first 2 seconds
manu yuu
manu yuu 4 tundi tagasi
It sucks that you have to keep pointing out that this is not political just to avoid the wave of potato supporting leftards that will flock here just to wine that you showed a vid of orange man bad.
Bimanesia 4 tundi tagasi
4:00 It's possible to crate electric jet engine with this?
ezz eldin hussin
ezz eldin hussin 4 tundi tagasi
Hihihi we should liberate them😂😂💜💜 Love you from Egypt
GivenTeacher5 4 tundi tagasi
So is this how lasers work? That's probably a stupid question
BensarT [Aka Mc As1n]
BensarT [Aka Mc As1n] 4 tundi tagasi
If Dr Doofenshmirtz was a youtuber engineer:
ax trifonov
ax trifonov 4 tundi tagasi
Cancer Ray Tube
james c
james c 4 tundi tagasi
I was looking into these the other day.
Muhammad Hafizuddin
Muhammad Hafizuddin 4 tundi tagasi
2:00 🤣🤣 that got me
nightbutchers 4 tundi tagasi
Now...X-ray something!....c'mon you know you want to.