A clip from the Science Channel HD show, How It's Made. High performance ceramic brake discs. A great presentation of a fascinating subject. Silicon carbide.
British company BCB invented The Wall Breaker, a non-explosive, compressed air cannon which fires standard plastic water cooler drums to breach walls, gates and doors for rapid quick entry. It can be fired every 10 to 15 seconds. The water jugs can be filled with water, sand, or other materials.
The firm have already sold the system to security forces and the military in a number of countries including the USA and Thailand. The company says: "Security teams and counter-terrorism officers often use explosives but if you're trying to rescue a hostage, that's pretty dangerous."
Vsauce Michael talks about the optics of mirrors, the sky, and the iris of your eye.
Of course, the whole film is one of revenge, but this act of rebellion started it real good.
James Earl Jones recalls eating clay with salt in Mississippi and other childhood memories.
Search for the Great Sharks takes viewers on a round-the-globe expedition to discover some of the world's largest sharks and witness them at close range. From the coast of California to the remote reaches of South and Western Australia, this film pursues blue sharks, whale sharks, and, the most notorious of all, the great white. The film gives viewers a unique sense of closeness to these awesome creatures.
Watch this exclusive tribute by Steve Porter for Muhammad Ali - the special guest of Team USA's 2012 Benefit Gala hosted at USA House the night before the London 2012 Opening Ceremony.
Although there is some audio manipulation, it highlights how downright poetic his boasts always were.
We fired up the Olympic slow-mo replay camera again, and things (and Conan) got messy.
"Well never mind what she thinks what do YOU reckon?"
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A new study finds that Americans need six hours of sleep at work, scientists say the U.S. may have discovered a previously unknown level of not caring about Syria, and a fan prefers Tarantino's early work when he was shelving movies all day at a video store, It's the week of July 16th, 2012.
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The star of the new movie "The Campaign" is inconsolable over the break-up of Robsten.
The story of a man who would not stop his rebellion against authority. Chopping heads off of parking meters in a drunken stage leads Luke to a life on the chain gang.
Boy. You ain't got your mind right. Now what we got here is a failure to communicate.
One Night Stand 2006 stand-up series on HBO half-hour stand-up special the top performing comedian Louis C.K.
Steven J. Santos (Director).
An experiment giving people the chance to know what it feels like to be a freelancer by offering them $5 for a drawing.
Americans love hamburgers -- we eat about three burgers a week. But what are the hidden environmental costs? Learn more in this animated short from the Center for Investigative Reporting. See sources here:
Directed and produced by Carrie Ching, Reported by Sarah Terry-Cobo and Carrie Ching, Illustrated and animated by Arthur Jones.
This animation is part of The Food for 9 Billion series, a yearlong look at the challenge of feeding the world at a time of social and environmental change.