Boiler Bytes: Purdue Solar Racing Club

THIS IS SPOT 2. IT COULD VERY WELL BE THE CAR OF THE FUTURE. WE’RE GONNA LEARN MORE ABOUT PURDUE SOLAR RACING AND A UNIQUE CLUB THAT SUPPORTS IT. I’M IN PURDUE’S SOLAR RACING’S WORK GARAGE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT WHAT PSR IS ALL ABOUT. HEY, MACKENZIE. HI. THIS IS MACKENZIE. SHE’S THE PRESIDENT […]

The Uncommon Engineer – Anna Erickson Discusses Nuclear Energy Safety

Steve McLaughlin: And it seems to me, you know, between the time of those disasters and now, nuclear power has become more acceptable; it’s viewed now in a more positive light as a clean energy source. Anna Erickson: I think the fundamental reason is the existential threat that we’re facing right now as a humanity […]

#askMIT: What does the future of nuclear science look like?

5 Things You Wouldn’t Expect a Nuclear Reactor To Do

America’s Insane Plan for Nuclear Powered Planes

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by CuriosityStream, watch over 2,400 documentaries for free for 31 days at curiositystream.com/realengineering. Some crazy things happened during the Cold War. Dogs were put into orbit, bears were fired out of supersonic jets, and humans landed on the moon. Needless to say, humans were going through […]

Solar Bike 66 on RTL-TVI News

A special bike is going to ride the famous Route 66 a 100% green vehicle equipped with solar panels it will start at the beginning of October and the journey will last two months. Cyrielle Mincier et Guillaume Wiels met his creator. It took Michel 6 years to create a solar bike piece by piece […]

Inside MIT’s Nuclear Reactor

The Curious Case of Free Energy Device

Hi, I’d like to rectify free energy. It’s one of the hot topics between electronic enthusiasts. There are many demonstrations built by people out there, such as this guy from Pakistan who invented such machine with 1.6 million video video views. Electric companies hate him, mainly because he’s wearing huge sunglasses indoors. He has a […]

Can We Spread Nuclear Power Without Another Chernobyl?

On the 26th of April, 1986, the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant burst open, releasing a massive amount of radiation which rendered a 1000-square-mile area completely uninhabitable. Then, a couple weeks ago, there was an explosion at an oil refinery in Philadelphia, just a couple miles from my house. My dad actually heard the explosion, and […]