Jimi Hendrix: Life and Death of an Electric Alchemist

Even if you never cared for his songs, you surely heard of him. He was a musical prodigy, the first real electric guitar hero. He grew from humble beginnings and a fractured family to establish himself as one of the most influential guitarists of all time, a major force in 20th century music. Get ready […]

Inside The Billion-Euro Nuclear Reactor That Was Never Switched On

Just over 50 years ago, the Austrian government decided to build three nuclear reactors along the Danube River. It was the age of the atom, the height of the space race. Nuclear power seemed like the natural next step for Austria. But politically, it was risky, and the decision was extremely controversial. It took many […]

The REAL Alexander Sims! Access All Areas Full Documentary: Episode 4

a city with 1,000 years of history is ready to play host to the future of motorsport as these all-electric race cars are about to do battle on the streets of Marrakesh alexander sims will want to forget about the nightmare he had here last year Antonio Felix da Costa takes the lead here comes […]

Meet Mohawk grads who work at Gerrie Electric

>>I knew Mohawk had a great program when it came to technology. I knew that was kind of the bread and butter. And really, kind of doing my research, I knew I wanted to get into the electrical field, so it was kind of just picking what school was best from that, and I knew, […]

H55 The Future of Electric Aviation – Seb test flight

Sion tower Hotel Bravo Sierra X-ray Charlie good morning. Sion ground good morning, X-ray Charlie is ready for taxi for flight test West sector. zero two four and taxi delta four two five Hotel X-ray Charlie. That’s confirmed Hotel X-ray Charlie. Clear for takeoff on runway two five X-ray Charlie. Second flight, yeah, just great, […]

The Industrial Revolution: Crash Course History of Science #21

You probably know some of the signs of industrialization in the nineteenth century: Trains connected cities, symbolizing progress. But they also brought about the destruction of rural lands, divisions between social classes, and rapid urbanization. Clocks, meanwhile, became technologies of standardization: They created a universal time, as opposed to a local “sun time.” But clocks […]

Michael Faraday: The Father of Electricity

What is the first name that comes to mind with the mention of electricity? Thomas Edison? Nikola Tesla? Perhaps even Benjamin Franklin. Yet Michael Faraday has every right to belong on that list, too, as it’s impossible to imagine a world without his contributions to science. From chemistry to electricity, from theoretical science to practical […]

Brown Dwarfs: Crash Course Astronomy #28

The sky, we now know, is full of stars AND planets. Stars are massive enough to fuse hydrogen into helium in their cores, generating energy. The heat created by that process tries to expand them, but their gravity balances that outward force, creating an equilibrium. Planets, even gas giants like Jupiter, are far too small […]