While I have taken apart several microwaves and even made a video on microwave oven transformers, I never researched how the most important part of a microwave, the magnetron, works. In this video, I talk about how the magnetron converts … Continued
I was on another segment of Wonderama. In this episode, I used luminol to demonstrate how detectives can find traces of blood.
For my entry into the Junior Breakthrough Challenge, I chose to dive into the physics behind nuclear fission. Thank you so much for watching this video! If you would like to suggest a video idea please leave it in the … Continued
I was recently on the kids talk show Wonderama – here is an episode with my first segment.
As Hurricane Irma was approaching my home I started thinking about the science behind hurricanes, why they form, and what makes them so powerful. Thank you so much for watching this video! If you would like to suggest a video … Continued
Sleep seems to be really undervalued in our society. A lack of sleep can cause a ton of problems especially for young people. So if this is the case then why do so many schools start so early? Thank you … Continued
I recently made some hydrogen gas using a reaction between sodium hydroxide found in drain cleaner and aluminum foil. While this reaction was cool, I didn’t really know the science behind it. After doing some research it turned out to … Continued
On a recent trip to New York City I wondered what would happen if you dropped a fidget spinner off the Empire State Building. I knew that a penny wouldn’t do much damage but I had no clue what you … Continued
Thank you so much for watching this video! If you would like to suggest a video idea please leave it in the comments, and if you enjoyed please like and subscribe! It was my pleasure to add a bit of … Continued
In my recent video on the science behind fidget spinners I talked about rolling resistance any why it stops bearings from spinning forever. In this video I go more indepth into the factors that contribute to rolling resistance. Thank you … Continued