Why the Rich are Getting Richer | Robert Kiyosaki | TEDxUCSD

Translator: Queenie Lee Reviewer: Denise RQ This subject, “wealth and income Inequality” are the biggest moral crisis, and I’ll also say it’s a spiritual crisis in America today, all around the world. This gap between the rich and everybody else is reaching critical proportions. I think one of the biggest crises of the young people, […]

STELR How to use the Solar Cells

This video will be about setting up the solar panel experiments for the STELR Renewable Energy program. Here we have our solar panel. It has four cells on it. There’s a schematic down the front here which shows you which cell is which. And each cell has a positive and negative terminal. We need a […]

Solar Electricity for Night Study

RVE: How are you doing? Boy: Fine RVE: What’s your name? Boy: Edgar RVE: What class are you in Edgar? Edgar: Five RVEr: What school do you go to? Edgar: Sidonge (primary) RVE: So what’s going on behind you? Edgar: Electricity RVE: Electricity?! You’ve heard they (RVE.Sol) are bring electricity? Edgar: Yes RVE: What will […]

A Weird New Way To Extend Your Phone Battery

If you’re sick of your phone’s battery dying when you need it most, there might be good news around the corner. Scientists are working on a weird new way to make your battery last longer. Hey guys, Amy here on DNews, and if you’re anything like me you use your phone for a lot more […]

Scientists Just Detected Two Supermassive Black Holes on a Collision Course

Supermassive black holes are thought to be at the center of most galaxies, and they are huge. The Milky Way’s own supermassive black hole, Sagittarius A*, is about 4 million times the mass of our sun. But scientists have just spotted two absolute behemoths, that dwarf Sagittarius A*, and they are on a collision course. […]

What If You Were Inside a Nuclear Reactor During A Meltdown?

Nuclear power plants are one of the biggest producers of energy in the world, currently providing about 11% of the world’s total electricity production. Nuclear reactors work by using the energy released from the splitting of atoms to produce steam, which in turn powers a turbine that generates electricity. Nuclear power is statistically very safe, […]

7 Extreme Transportation You Need To See

Welcome to TtI today. We are listing some of the world’s most amazing transportation stories. That are so large-scale They might make you feel like superman was orchestrating it all so sit back relax and enjoy this video my friend number one Bagger 288 The bagger 288 is a mining machine and Bucket-wheel excavator. It’s […]

This Superfluid Is Alive, And It Could Power Machines of the Future

Bacteria are everywhere, and they’re incredibly versatile. They can get us sick, they’re essential good guys in our digestive system…and they almost defy the laws of physics to create a fluid that basically could power a perpetual motion machine?? I didn’t see that coming. Ok, some vocab here. For fluids, friction is expressed as viscosity: […]

Why is Equator Hot but Poles are Cold? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time. Why is equator hot but poles are cold? Because equator likes hot burgers and poles like cold burgers. Naahhh. Firstly, around the equator, sunrays hit the ground at a 90-degree angle. Hence, more solar energy falls per unit area, thus making equator hot. However, near the poles, since sunrays hit the ground […]