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Integza last won the day on September 7 2016

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  1. In the Assassin's Creed games, the assassin's jump from high structures and land unharmed in soft materials. This stunt is called the Leap of Faith. What do you think would happen if you tried to do it in real life? Full Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7f7VO8owAg
  2. I normally don't upload videos like this one but I had fun doing it so I hope you guys enjoy it. Throwing cards is a fascinating skill, I have seen people in the internet cutting things with cards,blow out candles and even go throw paper so I decided to try my version by turning off the light switch in my room. If you are new to my videos check the other ones and you won't get disappointed. My channel:http://www.youtube.com/c/Integza Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/thisisintegza/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/Integza__
  3. I think this video might surprise you. Did you ever heard about the mantis shrimp?Or about the pistol shrimp? Well, if you did don't flatter yourself, they are the holy grail of slow motion and are both capable of creating little stars. Did you ever heard that question "If a tree falls down and there's nobody around to hear it, does it still make a sound?". I make you a similar one, if a star only exist for a brief (really really brief) moment of time, is it still a star? I hope you enjoy the video ;) Visit my channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/Integza Facebook:https://www.facebook
  4. Hi guys, first of all I would like to thank you for watching my videos and allowing me to post them here. In this video I show you 8 things you probably don't know about dreams.Every single one of them come from research, the experience of thousands of lucid dreamers and my own experience in the matter, because I'm also a lucid dreamer and I have experienced all of these things.If you have no idea what lucid dreaming is, please watch my video or search it on the web.As you can imagine, if you're not a lucid dreamer you will not be aware of most things on this list, because most of them m
  5. No it's not my friend. Even if that diagram is correct and we consider the maximum amount on it, it would mean that in some places on earth you would be pulled more or less 400 mGal, what is about 4 mm/s2. Doing the simple math you would be accelerated at 9.8 -0.004 = 9.796m/s2 or 9.8 +0.004 =9.804 m/s2, as you can see this variations are really tiny, but the most important part here is the fact that in the end, you're still being accelerated downward, so these fluctuations can not explain why a ball would roll uphill.
  6. This video is about Gravity Hills and tries to explain how they work, if you never heard about the subject, a Gravity Hill is an illusion created by nature in which a road appearing to go up actually has a downhill slope. I also approach other illusions like the Ames Room and the impossible motion ramp. If is not clear in the video, I'm Portuguese and Braga is my home city, this road is quite a tourist attraction and almost every day you can spot people with their cars in neutral trying it out, to see in which direction the car goes. If after the video you still have any doubt about the subj
  7. Hi ! THIS IS INTEGZA!! So lately I have been wondering about what makes a human physically strong, is the size of the muscles all that matters? In this video I approach a specific case of a pro armwrestler defeating a bodybuilder with apparently more muscle mass but in between I talk about the One Inch Punch, Shaolin Monks traning, Human metabolism and so on . Pro Armwrestler vs Bodybuilder One Inch Punch (By Bruce Lee) My channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2av... Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/thisisintegza/ Twitter https://twitter.com/Integza__
  8. In this video I make an approach to what is entropy and the second law of thermodynamics. You might think that entropy is just an abstract concept born from math and without any physical meaning, but in reality is something quite simple to grasp that has a big role in our mundane lifes. Entropy is the reason we can't make perpetual machines, entropy is the origin of all inefficiencies and mother to all wastes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3pq5ZuC8X4
  9. (This video has Subtitles) In this video i try to make an approachable explanation of what is sound. Because is something so fundamental in our lifes, deserves to be understanded in physical terms but don't worry, this is a simplified version. First is explained how sound is a vibration and a wave, then is approached a very important property of sound, Frequency.I also talk about the speed of sound and how it changes with the medium in wich it propagates.In the end i mention some cool applications of sound like breaking glasses, visualizing sound and levitating small objects.
  10. Hi CraigD :D Thanks for your advice ... in the future i will try to make more practical examples in which i will calculate the parameters. It would be fun to calculate if you are into engineering or physics already, the thing is i like to make videos accessible to anyone ... sometimes inserting math only scare common curious. When you say a 1000 W refrigerator do you mean a refrigerator that transfer 1000 Joules per second of heat or a refrigerator that produces 1000 Joules of work per second and a portion of this power is converted to heat ?
  11. Hi there. First i would like to thank you for the time you took to make that post. I think you my friend lack common sense, this question has the sole purpose of making science fun. You would be right if this question was a problem in an engineering exam but is not, is just a normal question in which a person with common sense has the ability to know the refrigerator is neither in the north pole or the burning flames of hell. Is just a normal refrigerator in a room at ambient temperature, working with is door open. Analysing everything by the degree of specification you ask would make
  12. Nice :D Is a great topic for a video, and once you don't mind i will make a video as sun as i can about it . Thanks for the sugestion .
  13. Hi :D Just saw your reply and looks like a good one. Here is my guess... This problem is all about heat transfer , and knowing that the time is the same in all three cases the most important thing is the rate at which energy is lost. We also know that in the three cases the initial amount of energy of the water is the same. In the this case the water can lose energy in two ways, by convection and by evaporation (latent heat), the question here is how the milk affect these. I think the way the water would lose more heat his by evaporation, by pouring milk right away we would be decre
  14. Can you correctly answer this question? Imagine this, you put a refrigerator with his door open in a completely thermally insulated room, what means this room doesn’t allow heat transfer from the inside to the outside and vice-versa . The question is the following, after 10h what will happen to the room’s temperature? Will the room be colder? Hotter? Or at the same temperature? If you want to know the right answer click in this link: https://youtu.be/ifD8GlgFhXY If you like to understand the physical world around you in a funny manner, visit my channel: https://w
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