Tag Archives: Vsauce

The Napkin Ring Problem

Total geek mode required for this video! Enjoy! 🙂

How Much of the Earth Can You See at Once?

VSauce does it again. Fascinating stuff.

The Brachistochrone

Michael Stevens (VSauce) does it again and this time with the help of Adam Savage of Mythbusters fame. Definitely worth watching.

Related: BrainCandyLive (with Adam Savage and Michael Stevens)

Is It Okay to Touch Mars?

VSauce blows my mind. I love it. 🙂

How Earth Moves

VSauce (Michael Stevens) blows our minds . . . again.

Is Earth Actually Flat?

By Vsauce via YouTube

Math Magic

Another video from Vsauce and you know what that means … strap in your brain, it’s about to go for a wild ride.

Supertasks

Vsauce twists your brain in a knot … again 🙂 Enjoy 🙂

Via Wikipedia:

In philosophy, a supertask is a countably infinite sequence of operations that occur sequentially within a finite interval of time.[1] Supertasks are called “hypertasks” when the number of operations becomes uncountably infinite. Supertasks are called “equisupertasks” when each individual task must be completed in the same amount of time. The term supertask was coined by the philosopher James F. Thomson, who devised Thomson’s lamp. The term hypertask derives from Clark and Read in their paper of that name.[2] The term equisupertask derives from a paper by Jeremy Gwiazda.[3]

Messages For The Future

If you’re a follower of my blog, you know by now that i’m a big fan of Vsauce (YouTube) because he makes some awesome, brain-twisting videos. Well, he’s back to melt your brain with another great video. Enjoy 🙂

Source: Michael Stevens (Vsauce) on YouTube

blew my mind joker

Would Headlights Work at Light Speed?

By Vsauce via YouTube

If you were driving at the speed of light and turned on your headlights, what would happen?

Is Earth Actually Flat?

By Vsauce via YouTube

The earth is not flat, it is round, otherwise travelers would be falling off the edge. Right?

Wrong!

How Many Things Are There?

By Vsauce via YouTube

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