I've been a little preoccupied lately, but I have been watching YouTube. Here's some videos I enjoyed:
- The History Guy tells us about Bill Weaver's Fall from an SR-71
- 108 year-old flamethrowing Fiat S76 'Beast of Turin' slides up FOS hill (Goodwood Festival Of Speed), short.
- Flameless Lighter - BOWERS ARMY & NAVY LIGHTER - U.S.A. KALAMAZOO, MICH - Circa 1942, very short.
- How to Fix Traffic Forever
- TED talk - Comics that ask "what if?" | Randall Munroe, creater of XKCD comic.
- Professor Eric Laithwaite: Magnetic River 1975 The professor introduces his presentation by telling us that we don't really understand how magnets work. 44 years later, there might be some people who understand them, but I am not one of them. One thing I have learned is that the humming sound you get from big utility transformers is caused by the iron cores expanding and contracting in response to the magnetic field.
- And lastly an oddball music video: Southern Culture on the Skids: Camel Walk (band video)