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Hand vs. Liquid Nitrogen and the Leidenfrost Effect

"I stick my hand (momentarily) directly into liquid nitrogen but don't suffer any injuries due to the Leidenfrost effect.

The Leidenfrost effect is the formation of a gas barrier between a hot surface and a boiling liquid if the temperature difference is great enough."

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Starwars, solo.

A woman plays all parts of the original Star Wars score at once with a sine Electone organ.

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QI - What's The Commonest Metal In The Human Body?

Do you know? The contest on the always hilarious QI does - and lots more about the elements too.

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What exactly IS Schrödinger's Cat?

You've probably heard of the famous thought experiment - but this is a very nice explanation on how it actually works.

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Guy Installs Horn from a Navy Destroyer on his car!

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This is a 1940's Doran Cunningham air horn. Usually found on WWII US Navy destroyer ships, and also found on some older ferries. There are only 2 of these that are being used that I know of.

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Stephen Fry, undisputed national treasure of England.

And greatly prized by the peoles of the neighbouring nations... with the possible exception of france.
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