How physics makes hockey happen/UNC-TV Science

Hockey is one of the fastest sports on earth. Players travel as fast as vehicles. Hockey pucks scream along the ice at 90 miles per hour. [crowd cheering] – You gotta know not just what you’re doing, but what everyone else is doing, and where everyone else is, so it’s awareness, knowing where they’re going, […]

The Great Acceleration

Hi, this is Alex, from MinuteEarth, and this is the so-called “hockey stick graph”. You’ve probably seen it before, because Earth’s temperature has risen so fast over the last few decades that it looks kind of like a hockey stick. Except, a hockey stick is also a graph of the amount of plastic we make […]

Game Theory: How to BREAK Mario! (Mario Tennis Aces)

*heartbeat* + *cheering* *gasp* *blood curdling* Peach: Oh noooo! Hello Internet, Welcome to GAME THEORY! Spending more time analyzing fictional athletics than actually going outside. I know I recently said that Mario is classified as overweight according to the BMI scale. But one thing BMI doesn’t do a good job at factoring in is muscle […]

Precision Training with Tennis Prodigy Borna Devald | Gillette World Sport

I started playing tennis when I was 6 years old, when I went to school. But even before that, I used to play tennis with my grandfather. I loved playing tennis, so I decided to really focus on it. I also used to play football… …but tennis was definitely more interesting. So for last four […]

Science Projects For Kids: Bernoulli’s Theorem : Golf Ball Demonstration for Bernoulli’s Experiment

Hi! I’m Scott Thompson from expertvillage.com, and today I am going to demonstrate Bernoulli’s theorem using a soda bottle and a ping pong ball. Once the students have had a chance to play with this activity, you can kind of shift gears a little bit to a similar demonstration, but a little bit different, that […]

Balancing a Career in Architecture & Hockey | Mission Unstoppable

professional goalie Kimberly Sass is one fierce hockey player but surprise she’s also an architect I love art and that you kind of create your own rules whereas architecture the rules are kind of presented to you we all know that architects design buildings but did you know that architectural designers plan the interior of […]

The Truth about Hydrogen

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by Skillshare, home to over twenty thousand classes that could teach you a new life skill. As the world grapples to eliminate fossil fuels from our energy diet, electric cars have seen an incredible boom over the past few years. Last year, over one million electric […]

Skycam | Innovation Nation

when you see a camera angle like this watching a sporting event you think it’s pretty cool right well imagine how much technology went into designing the camera system that can capture these images it’s called Skycam and it was invented by Garrett Brown a revolutionary camera man on films like Rocky and Indiana Jones […]

Returning a pro tennis serve: just don’t watch the ball

Keep your eye on the ball, is one of the first pieces of sporting advice we are all given. Which seems pretty sensible, when facing an object potentially moving at 100 mph plus. But is it even possible? The average male tennis pro has a serve of around 125mph. Baseball pitchers are throwing on average […]