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How Do Nuclear Submarines Make Oxygen?- Smarter Every Day 251
HOW TO LAND ON THE MOON - Smarter Every Day 250
How Sonar Works (Submarine Shadow Zone) - Smarter Every Day 249
How to Harvest Pecans (In Slow Motion) - Smarter Every Day 248
Trying to Catch a 1,000 MPH Baseball - Smarter Every Day 247
How to Make Pizza on a Submarine - Smarter Every Day 246
Explosive Bat in Slow Motion Ft. Stuff Made Here - Smarter Every Day 245
How to Fight Fire or Flooding on a Nuclear Submarine - Smarter Every Day 244
Navy SEAL Astronauts - Smarter Every Day 243
World's Fastest Pitch - Supersonic Baseball Cannon - Smarter Every Day 242
Crawling Down A Torpedo Tube -US NAVY Nuclear Submarine - Smarter Every Day 241
Boarding a US NAVY NUCLEAR SUBMARINE in the Arctic - Smarter Every Day 240
Everything about Sea Turtles - Smarter Every Day 239
Which Shape CUTS BEST? (Weed Eater Line at 100,000 Frames Per Second) - Smarter Every Day 238
How I Boarded a US NAVY NUCLEAR SUBMARINE in the Arctic (ICEX 2020) - Smarter Every Day 237
How Weed Eaters Work (at 62,000 FRAMES PER SECOND) - Smarter Every Day 236
GOING SUPERSONIC with U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds! Pulling 7 G's in an F-16 -Smarter Every Day 235
Modeling Murmuration - Smarter Every Day 234
Huntsville’s Early Community Response to COVID-19 - Smarter Every Day 233
Disinformation on Reddit \u0026 How We Beat It Together - Smarter Every Day 232
HOW ROCKETS ARE MADE (Rocket Factory Tour - United Launch Alliance) - Smarter Every Day 231
World's Longest Home Run (The "Mad Batter" Machine) - Smarter Every Day 230
Breaking Into a Smart Home With A Laser - Smarter Every Day 229
Why Snatch Blocks are AWESOME (How Pulleys Work) - Smarter Every Day 228
How to Plant 20 MILLION TREES - Smarter Every Day 227 #TeamTrees
Which Way Will the Water Go? (ft. Steve Mould)- Smarter Every Day 226
The Gun Detector - Smarter Every Day 225
Oscilloscope Music - (Drawing with Sound) - Smarter Every Day 224
How did NASA Steer the Saturn V?- Smarter Every Day 223
160TB Server with Linus! (From Linus Tech Tips) - Smarter Every Day 222
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Nope. I will fight on land guys.
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MEA Monoethanolamine is commonly used in combustion plants to reduce their CO2 output Both making O2 and removing CO2 have a primary system that requires power but is infinitely recyclable and a backup system that uses no power but is one time only
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4:35 It's Ned Schneebly from School of Rock 😐🤣
Burning Iron Oxide to heat Sodium Chlorate - 2 NaClO3 → 2 NaCl + 3 O2 - Burning Iron Oxide aka Thermite! i.e. Class D Fire - Burning Metal
Sometimes I can’t understand Americans, it’s a shame I had to put subtitles on but brilliant video 👏🏻
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My utmost respect to the brave men & women aboard this submarine sacrificing the time & effort in the name of protecting their country so that others may sleep in peace knowing that they are protected and in good hands of these fine young men & women. RESPECT.
Lars Andersen is the best archer known to man in this day and time period. There is none more devoted to their technique. He actually rediscovered how to properly shoot a bow. He uses a technique forgotten by man. He is the best not just because of his accuracy, but for the sheer kung fu in his archery. Lars Andersen- hands down THE BEST archer known to man!
I guess they'll just use electrolysis after filtering the Salt out.
21:30 I did this on my chair while spinning and I closed my eye and when it stopped i thought i wa still moving
Someone get Mr Ottinger's half burnt snake cartoon made.
They should have been able to explain exactly how that candle works, kinda irritating that they just know the basic of phosphorus igniter starts candle to make oxygen.
Preheat of amine so the cool amine doesn’t stop the boil in the boiler?
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Good job !
i hit thumbs up for the dog
Another great video, thank you Destin.
The way you told DOW to "say it slower" at 20:25 was quite rude.
Looks like everyone has eye bags. I wonder how they adjust their visions when on the surface because it looks like there is not enough lights.
1:35 was someone playing tic-tac-toe? 😂
gday Destin, loving the series! is this the last one?
hey , how about you try changing temperature ,well i guess this also depends on surface tension and the constant short of make them bounce of the surface ,so that frequency is also increasing the pressure (the bounce by the surface at those tiny balls). in short these conditions are interfering with surface tension and pressure of both droplets and water surface.
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Hydrolysis of water.
training in a hyperbaric chamber sounds like you was training for a particular martial arts tournament
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It looks like the vortex collision gets low pressure zones due to viscosity level of the fluid. If you modulate the viscosity by minute amounts, would the number of nodes change?
Ngl.....when you "" the artist .....thats kinda rude ...idunno....im still a fan tho lol
Loved your video’s for a long time, but what on earth is that changing light board at the back of your studio please?!
of course it flies through it. The plate is too small.
Why dont they use phytoplankton to produce oxygen? Just add in water, IV light and boom! Oxygen
Nuclear is the best source of baseload power, by far.
I feel like CEO Tory would love to give Destin a job
Always liked the vids but I got to say the submarine videos were great, really interesting. Thanks for the content
Thank you for posting this video. It has been 14 years since I left my boat, and this really put me right back. This was the same class and size as my sub as well. I heard a shipmate say he had never seen a candle burned, and that was the case for me too. I was aboard for 2.5 -3 years and never seen one burned. I guess that's a good thing =D
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Build up of CO2 kills even if there is oxygen.
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When did it become the submarine channel?
Why are they using the bearing rate graph in the first place? It is kind of unintuitive, what is the advantage? Can you feed it more easily to a computer? Or is it because of time? Can you better see POIs in nosy data? Great series, got me thinking a lot and thereby smarter.
I never watched so long video, with so much excitement. ❤❤❤❤
As an electrical engineer this was pretty obvious
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Surely there needs to be equality. More females on subs :D
Just crack a window dummies
Whoa.. I always wanted to know this.
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I was thinking about COVID but then I realized that they aren’t exactly exposed to it in the sub.
An FYI, the reactor just helps create steam for the turbine generators to create electricity for the AOG. There’s no direct connection to the reactor.
really nice chaps down there in the submarine. thanks for the education
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14:40 my name's jeff
I feel like monoethanolamine should be pronounced differently. Less emphasis on the A in amine.
In the electrolysis reaction with purified water using potasium hydroxide, where does the potassium go in the reaction? (edit, answered my co2 question)
i love the can in you're background
Nice to see what my gta character goes through everyday to rob El Rubio
12:50 No, it's a recruitment series.
Caption: [Laughs like a man who has accidentally touched hot things in the past]
CAN I GET YOUR EMAIL WANTED TO ASK FEW QUESTIONS
that one emo kid
nuclear submarine been there done that
The S Word
Is that the most important duty on the boat.
Never knew Austin Evans is now working on a submarine
That moment when you want to grow up to work in a Submarine and not a Spaceship because of the fooooood 😍
No wonder they’re called pedo tubes ...coz they have small holes
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God that man is so dumb but he needs to be careful to the bird and that's not how u hold birds dumb dumb
New Mexico calls it adobe We often have to add more to the outside layer to add back after some washes away. It’s cheap and easy. And you can volunteer to do it at a church. Cool to be part of.
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I must say I am a quite attentive person and I have never noticed this phenomenon in my life. I still haven't after watching this video 4 years ago. Is it possible this just has to do with the specific chemical makeup of the water in North America? Here in Europe I just can't duplicate it. Any other Europeans that can share their findings?