joseph bodden
joseph bodden

I hope the obvious resources provided by tide pool generators are not overlooked... incoming tide runs through turbines, when full, the outgoing tide and draining the tide pools through the same turbine generators also generates electricity. Very large pools can be easily constructed by merely damming the opening to coves...

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Meow Milev
Meow Milev

*i still remember the feast afterwards, smoky & delicous!*

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richard galle
richard galle

The magnificent sleep appropriately interrupt because snowboarding unknowingly bomb through a obscene faucet. laughable, five snowboarding

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José Luis Nieto Enríquez
José Luis Nieto Enríquez

6:35 Plutonium? wait a minute, are you telling me that this sucker is nuclear??? No no no no no, this sucker is electrical, but I need a radiactive substance as a heat source to generate the 110 watts of electricity I need! I see... mmm, did you rip that off?

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Marcus Danchision
Marcus Danchision

The dry fact principally pray because himalayan methodically repair abaft a low golf. roasted, delightful shield

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Phil Timmons
Phil Timmons

From 10 to 11 minutes. Your math looks flawed? You are assuming that there must be an entire stand-by for the Max Peak, all the time? Max Peak is only a small amount of the time, and can be load-time-shifted, for a much lower peak. As more renewables come on line, the fossil supplies will become more and more surplus, as well.

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César Díaz
César Díaz

I have a few questions: Where are the energy used for the build of the car itself and batteries, it is gone? And well the cost electricity used for cars are inflated and not the real cost. Toyota have developed a car with small batteries and hydrogen cell that balance the system with the best of the two engines. I think is the future in the way hydrogen tech could improved in the next years.

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Angelo Dnr
Angelo Dnr

Very interesting video mate, but what you say @07:43 is incorrect. Actually, NiTiNOL exploits superelasticity starting from austenite, which is turned into martensite (Stress Induced Martensite, SIM, to be specific) by applying a mechanical load that reaches austenite yielding point. (Not the contrary, martensite does not turn into austenite by applying a stress). If the load does not exceed martensite yielding point, the material can fully recover its original shape (the one in austenite). During the recover, the material turns from martensite into austenite only by removing the stress. This happens without the addition of thermal energy because of the training received by NiTiNOL and the amount of titanium in its composition, which dictates the temperature at which the transformations occurs. Sorry in advance for any kind of grammar error, english is my second language.

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shockwaveh
shockwaveh

Oh.... why make a video to open a can of worms. Pew pew....

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Frame Ready
Frame Ready

I enjoy the way you say "Mars"

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Kenneth Harkin
Kenneth Harkin

Growing up on Long Island where Grumman was and this was built I actively followed its development. I was in HS from 84 - 88 and it was engineers from Grumman who spoke to us about working as aerospace engineers, which is the degree I achieved in 1992. Sadly by then the Cold War had ended and Grumman was completely imploding as a result. Still, during those years from 84 - 88 I followed everything I could about the X-29 and my mom's house still has the X-29 sticker on my old bedroom door. As the video accurately points out, the real take away's from the program turned out not to be the use of forward swept wings but the advancements in computer controlled/enhanced flight and advances in composite materials, both of which are major aspects of new military and larger commercial aviation.

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엄혜민
엄혜민

The blue liquor unpredictably scrub because veterinarian phylogenetically harm as a pricey titanium. separate, knotty supermarket

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Jo-Jo bighiker
Jo-Jo bighiker

Renewables hi-tech jobs means "Installer-Tech", like those TV Dish Installer -Techs. Great...

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Johnny Herron
Johnny Herron

Dumbbells,We have them flighting everywhere. They are called Drones.👽

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Admiral Salehudin al-ayubi
Admiral Salehudin al-ayubi

They carefully approaching US carrier, even whispering while talking to each other

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Hugo
Hugo

can you skip the propaganda next time

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Hugo
Hugo

@Finn Greene you see yet you are blind

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Finn Greene
Finn Greene

What propaganda?

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Ranger Of The North
Ranger Of The North

Burstalona?

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Probably TheAmaziiingTim
Probably TheAmaziiingTim

The german technology really did Boost the future, if it wasn’t for them, we would be 50 years late

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All-stars 40
All-stars 40

We will be dead by the time humans are able to visit Mars, danger ahead! there’s no life up there stop wasting money spend that money on this planet to make it great again!!

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joebonsaipoland
joebonsaipoland

Fucking stupid it’s code for “we never went to Mars”

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Jae Heon Kim
Jae Heon Kim

wtf this isnt what i came for

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Alondra Laureano
Alondra Laureano

"Meris"

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Van dan
Van dan

Wow they stole two billion dollars those the Cockroaches

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kalpana b
kalpana b

Excellent innovation

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kalpana b
kalpana b

Ammayya konchem reliëf gaa undi.

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Gary Grandy
Gary Grandy

Man, why did I even click this video because everyone knows the right answer.

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shufflefreak 777
shufflefreak 777

I don't like you.

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Maxwell Frank [Student]
Maxwell Frank [Student]

why not just use trees

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Marc Dietmann
Marc Dietmann

How do you create your videos?

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OrkStuff
OrkStuff

A pound is a mass and a force because it is standardised and defined by the planet we live on - you know, the one that generates 1G of gravity. Describing a mile as 8 furlongs is quite handy on a straight road with fields on one or both sides because the length of the field is one furlong (furrow long) so eight fields to the mile. Most (probably all) imperial units were chosen because of their usefulness in everyday life, just about all metric units are artificial and bear little resemblance or relevance to anything occurring in nature.

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ArcTic.
ArcTic.

Simply put: yes

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Vivek Joshi
Vivek Joshi

thanks...

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Stan Kossovskiy
Stan Kossovskiy

13:30 For the cost of 950 Mil and power of 292 MW 8:29 not including the cost of wind turbines and other power sources will be the same as 9 Billion for 2 GW of a modern nuclear power plant. Probably better to go nuclear.

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Sajana Vithana Pathirana
Sajana Vithana Pathirana

No way. It says Starship on the front of that car! The foreshadowing... (8:28)

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Daniel Kraus
Daniel Kraus

What i’m wondering is how are they going to deal with meteor and space debris impacts. Past spacecrafts have aluminum shielding are they going to take that approach in future starship designs.

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ASSALIANT
ASSALIANT

"maris"

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Athewake
Athewake

Don't forget to mention the relatively short life of the Lithium battery compared to other forms of power.

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MWB Gaming
MWB Gaming

Take a page from the Navy's book Use a nuclear reactor

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Dan Gubler
Dan Gubler

If its driven by Exhaust, its a TURBOcharger and if its mechanicaly driven its a SUPERcharger!

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darius filip
darius filip

That's honestly so cool

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Geoffr524
Geoffr524

I like the metric system except for the need of the Fahrenheit Scale needed: > The Fahrenheit scale for Human Comfort goes from 0°F (below freezing) to 100 °F (Hot). The metric Celsius scale is too compressed where 100°F = 38°C. 0°F to 100°F is what I like to use to express human comfort. My feeling is that people couldn’t get used to the Celsius Scale.

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fan2jnrc
fan2jnrc

"I am by no means a religious man..." Well, that's sad for you, and that's not a thing you should tell.

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Allowedtospeak
Allowedtospeak

Thanks that eagle eyed observer who recognized it was me.

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masbuset
masbuset

those ions are moving.. it is still like jet engine

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Ram Ranch
Ram Ranch

can't they use diamond instead?

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nikolaos stavrou
nikolaos stavrou

real eng,. you are wrong about the rc helis in that size rc heli blades can reach up to 2800-3100 rpms I know I have 7 of them.

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Connor Hamilton
Connor Hamilton

Metric system is easily the better system in this day and age. The thing is, there are advantages to the Imperial system that are not mentioned here because they aren't relevant anymore. Why do we have an Inch? It happens to be something everyone can roughly measure using their body (the last segment of your pinky is roughly 1 inch in length). Why is a foot equal to12 inches? Because you can easily divide it into 1, 2, 3, or 4 parts. Since we have calculators on our person at all times this becomes less relevant. The only place this still exists is in how we frame time, the only thing that couldn't get converted to the metric system. 1 hour is 60 minutes, which is divisible by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, making it very easy for anyone to handle off the top of their head. As we needed things to be more precise, a new system of measurement was needed, so we got the Metric system. In your head division was exchanged for easier writing and conversion. Base units were more strictly standardized. Eventually, Imperial started getting phased out of scientific work. Imperial only really exists in construction projects now. Oh, one final thing, when calculating yards in a mile you just needed to divide the number of feet by 3, not multiply by 12 and divide by 36. Save yourself a lot of trouble.

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Raeez Njr
Raeez Njr

No one: This dude: "Myers"

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Bee&Worm
Bee&Worm

come on..!! 2021 u still belive GoCar on moon play?"

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Allen Kwong
Allen Kwong

The absorbed pakistan kinetically shrug because organ pathohistologically analyse in a warlike cough. wild, hilarious license

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Clalala Tayag
Clalala Tayag

The foamy bengal usually stay because salesman postoperatively matter towards a round spy. cluttered, ripe tomato

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Bujumi Nodstrom
Bujumi Nodstrom

i hate this tedious, venal prannock

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Kawika
Kawika

The engine is impressive, the overall plane not so much

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Manuel Montoya
Manuel Montoya

In the context of imperial system being made people who married own cousins. I mean yeah, but that’s not saying anything. Sure it’s probably made by stupid people, but everything has to start somewhere so your argument has no real grounds here. Instead imperial is merely a standardization of an old unit of measurement that relies on the relative size of various things like body parts. In fact the unit Celsius is basically the unit of measurement relative to state of water. This is why the system is so arbitrary, like nail size. In conclusion, why should we ditch the imperial system, the answer is simplicity of the metric system.

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v c
v c

Why do it in the first place?. It's not like the secrets of life is encoded on a parachute.

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Ryan Angelo Dagale
Ryan Angelo Dagale

MARS not MERS

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Agung Vega
Agung Vega

stealth is more vulnerable against laser and nuclear radiation cause it absorbed electromagnetic wave

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Rich ard
Rich ard

The thin kite appropriately drip because alphabet perioperatively fax beyond a uneven head. mature, violet dancer

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Maximilian B
Maximilian B

Lol good to know Apple was a dogdy bitch right from the beginning

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R. Mate
R. Mate

The code is a word. "Dare mighty things"

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Charlie Bamford
Charlie Bamford

the imperial system sucks america is literally the only country that uses it.

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a basketboy
a basketboy

Wrong! Myanmar uses it as does the UK and many in Canada. Also, the price of oil is universally sold by the barrel (35 British Gallons), the gold price is determined by the troy ounce & natural gas resources are determined in cubic feet.

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VOLT GAMING
VOLT GAMING

We don't need wars to advance technology,we need space exploration to advance technologial devolpment

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Lill Jappe
Lill Jappe

Sweden💪🏽😤

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Absurd 72
Absurd 72

Yeah , Insane Engineering of the Perseverance Rover is Insane👌👌💖💖

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Free Music
Free Music

Trying to be like Elon musk personality

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Pulkit Sharma
Pulkit Sharma

Wow you explained simply .

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Rock girl
Rock girl

NASA: made an easter-egg Martian Karen: "Aha, I knew your location."

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TheOrdinary
TheOrdinary

Let's say that a telephone from around the year 1900 was used by one leader to negotiate peace and end a war with another one. Now people are saying: "There are two types of phones in the world - new phones, and phones that have ended wars and created peace" Just because the new phone didn't do what the old one did, that doesn't make the new one incapable of the same nor inferior to the old one.

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TheOrdinary
TheOrdinary

@Charlie Bamford Yeah. I don't know why you put a "but" at the start of your comment but I agree.

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Charlie Bamford
Charlie Bamford

but the metric system was invented before the imperial system. and america is one of 3 country's left who use it. after doing the math, that's only 4.2% of the population who use it. And out of all the country's in the world, only 1.5% of country's use the imperial system. That is so few that they should just stop bothering to be different and do what everyone else does.

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Andrew Lee
Andrew Lee

HOW-cans

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Anirudh
Anirudh

Damn.I wanna be like you

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zombiebillcosby
zombiebillcosby

2:55 sounds like my calls with AT&T.

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tejashree kasekar
tejashree kasekar

I think NASA should try planting tress or shrubs on Mars transporting water with the help of artificial intelligence machine for watering the plants so that we can come to know weather the life on mars last for forever or not, or human beings will find to survive a place on mars and the other thought of planting tress or shrubs on mars will be the open challenge and maybe the atmosphere on mars will change and provides with oxygen......!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Mike Kong
Mike Kong

Thank you for the great video and explanation! I prefer digital, but there's something to be said for the analog format, being able to hold something in your hand, and the physicality of playing on a machine. Preference and nostalgia indeed. Life is a beautiful thing and so is all the music that we create using these fantastic technologies.👌

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IlIlIIlKaiserGBurners IllIIlIlllI
IlIlIIlKaiserGBurners IllIIlIlllI

NASA engineers right now are like *"you know what? Sure whatever"*

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Rock girl
Rock girl

NASA nerds gonna flex

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Batman
Batman

Best is metric system.

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Bryan Fongo
Bryan Fongo

@a basketboy a foot is "roughly" a man's foot, and an inch is "roughly" a person's thumb but it doesn't mean anything if the thing they're based on is not specific

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a basketboy
a basketboy

I disagree - it is totally illogical to determine length measurements as a proportion of the distance between the Equator & the North Pole. On the other hand, a foot is approximately the length of a man's foot & an inch is the length of that part of a man's thumb from its tip to the joint.

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3of11
3of11

What if i told you there is a difference of about 2 parts per million of a “survey foot” and an “international foot”. Each U.S. state uses a different one and if you pick the wrong one your survey can end up placing something several feet off (that’s bad for things like road alignments or property lines). Most surveys use state plane which makes slivers of each state into flat rectangles with arbitrary datums so your NE corner of a house could be x=123456’ and y=3456789’. See how a few parts per million can be devestating?

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whatsuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
whatsuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

Never heard someone pronounce height that way lol. Great video as always. Learn how to hunt and farm btw. Humanity wont go extinct but the coming chaos will lead to disruption in the supply chain and while civliazation won't go back to the stone age or even a hybrid of now and the 1900s not everywhere will stay at our current tech level

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whatsuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
whatsuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

It's going to send the world into chaos even if we put a bigger than WW2 style effort into transition which is why we need to do it now so we can lessen he damage and set up infrastructure that allows for the survival of civilization

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Ritwik Raj
Ritwik Raj

Awesome

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Weather World
Weather World

Just stunning, absolutely stunning🤩🤩🤩🤩Never have seen anything quite like it.

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