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this is news? Ovens and dryers get 240 volts.
Does anyone know how to fix a cassette that has its tape pulled out? I have a cassette of my mom and dads wedding music and my mom has since passed and I would love to hear it!
"the LED stoplight is better in nearly every respect" I have noticed, all over the Southeast anyway, that the green LED light consistently has about a 30% failure rate in it's lights. Granted it's the least important light, but it seems to be a consistent failure. The most efficient traffic I have ever experienced was during an ice storm when the traffic lights were out (power was out)-- everyone just treated intersections as "yield" and things went very smoothly.
That cool song sounds like some unreleased Animusic video
FYI, NTSC = 752x486 active resolutions, but castrated at 720x486 by equipment manufactures...
As of 2015 they are still being used in cd car radios
Well me I like the stationary oil filled radiator heaters with rollers on them.they take a lot of time to get your house or room worm but when they do it stays worm and with no flame or chemicals like propane or kerosene heaters to me there the best.i bought 5 of them at Walmart 6 years ago for 16.97 apiece and thay all are still working just fine and keeps our house warm and our electricity Bill's have not been over 235 a mouth yet since I bought them.but joe blow biden has stolen the election from our real president elect Donald j trump so who know what our electricity bill will be anytime soon right!!!!!
what i find interesting is that a color display like lcd and oled and even 7 segment displays, they seem to have depth. but e-ink looks unnaturally flat and i think that's why they look so, fake, and unreal. because they have no dimension like we are now used to in displays
So when can I look at the silver microcrystaline structure of all my favorite movies?
oh yeah rgb can't make violet
I dock my MacBook Pro as my only computer and it blasts through everything I throw at it
can you healp me
FUN... Thanks for the entertaining amazing way of all this basic important info ENJOYED IT and learned a lot
Something that kinda bothers me about wind power is that it is always assumed to be carbon neutral, and sure, they are while running but the amount of concrete and steel used to produce wind terbines results in significant CO2 output, add in that they get replaced roughly every 30 years and they may as well be seen to have a steady co2 emission. I have been unable to find good stats on exactly how much but it bothers me that it doesn't get mentioned.
youtube has come full circle.
6:10 “Don’t try this at home”…… unless you are a licensed electrician. But at that point, one should already know the risks of exposed electrical parts by then.
*Sad DFW noises*
I thought it had a click spring in it so it don't turn on on its own
My husband replaced the horn in one of his former trucks with a series of little trumpet horns that played the Dixieland melody.
I REMEMBER THIS GROWING UP!! THIS WAS STATE OF THE ART WHEN I WAS IN KINDERGARDEN IN 2001
Magenta: You took everything from me Brown: I don't even know you
What a difference! We started adding dishwashing liquid to the pre-rinse dispenser and our dishwasher is performing better than ever.
I think a lot of people actually work like this.
Don't Use Ultrasonic Humidifiers they only make a waste product dampness which is swooped off direct to the nearest compost pile for processing to rejuvenation. The way the ultrasonic type misters vibrates and ejects the moist substance used is the same as atmospheric tumbling and that is a kind of backwoods, non human air in cycle which is pumped off in the daily process. All you are doing is suppling the air you breathe with waste type humidity. The scientist which did this wasn't very observant, check in out, it actually 'runs' from your hand down to the floor and then it 'creeps' out of your house, somehow.
Don’t have those Highway Oasis things in Virginia. There’s some in New Jersey and New York, but they’re only the pull off to the side, not the bridge ones.
Blooper Flava flamps @ 2:09
Wanted to find out something different, stayed anyway cause the videos is so good.
DEfasts just recommended this German video to me: defasts.info/title/video/lZORZczcnYiXwqc.html Those amateurs forget to use pre-wash detergent; but they too had a window built into a dishwasher, so if anyone needs to see more dishwasher interiors, just follow the link.
I challenge you to make a 1080p HOMEMADE GPU!
Love your sense of humor! I'm watching your videos instead of watching my physics teacher's...
Him: So what color is this? Me: It’s orange! Him: Yes, very good! It’s Red! Me: Fux you I went to art school!
I still have my 1984 VHS Sharp VC-381 VCR
imagine the only thing that proves the existence of humans is discovered by an alien race was a dvd player, a tv, and a flex play dvd
Twelve Angry Men is a GREAT movie and everyone should have watched it. I was so happy when I see you did a paper on it!
This guy kinda sounds like Timmy from WKUK.
VERY informative! Great work Sir!
I thought I was Mandela Effect swapped when I saw the blue Redbox machine, holy shit.
Much more civilized than newer toasters.
Depends on the heat release, we have a 2kw fan heater and a 2kw oil radiator, oil ratiator will heat up to maximum and the thermostat will shut it off, the fan heater will heat the room quicker as it will never switch off even on max setting
There is no such thing as Blue Green, Only people with a 4th cone can see it
As someone who usually has to go back to make sure I heard something right every few seconds, I really appreciate people who put as much effort into their captions as you do- especially when you include "background" noise like when the water started to boil. The spirit of the end credits/screen is a wonderful bonus. Thank you! Now excuse me while I buy a simple rice cooker.
In highschool i rigged up a box tgat when i flipped it on leds would flash at the timing needed to trigger the lights sensors by police cars. Took a day of coding and a day of testing to get the timing down from the 3 modules. Worked great for a few months until a cop confiscated it from me Funny enough the area in west virginia i was in only had 5 streetlights in the town and yet there always seemed to be one that did not work
Now I use them as drum silencers
No it's not ok that flexplay didn't succeed. It's a really cool concept and it should be appreciated. I don't care about the environment, you can't even compare how much gas we waste from using cars and other stuff.
After I use the dishwasher I find the pod in the bottom of the dishwasher (without the blue and green soap)....I'm enjoying this vid and hope I can answer my problem by the end of it.
After all the Texas stuff, I wonder if Technology Connections will still advocate electrified heat as the future of heating.
It's amazing how dirty (dust, grime, limescale, etc.) having a humidifier or keeping windows open will produce. LMAO @ piercing blue LED display! Would like to see you do a video going over water filtration units (Brita, Zero, etc.)...seems like it would be fitting for your channel and its content
but... There too much "but"s in this video
Should've put a hotdog in it to demonstrate the curve while running. Amazing stuff dude, always thought electrical engineering was cool but most youtube channels are engineering or comp
I'm sorry but, 200 Amps?! Really? That's standard? For me thats used to 16A or maybe 20A, 200A per home seems insane!
GM turn on reverse lights when parked as well. Absolutely crazy
The misinformation in this video is quite shocking, usually get better out of Technology Connections.
6:29 Is what you should say to a fat boy after gymclass in the shower room
Fantastic breakdown of what GFCIs are and how they work. I wish I found this a couple months ago when I was learning about them in trade school. However, there are a few things I would like to correct or point out. 1. The plugs on hair dryers and similar electronics are not GFCIs. They are IDCIs(Immersion Detection Circuit Interrupter). The name on those is pretty self-explanatory. Don't test them by submerging them. They have the buttons for that. They are a safety feature, not a toy. 2. Some comments are pointing out that their bathroom outlets are not GFCIs. This does not mean they are not GFCI protected. At 4:39 Alec is talking about the Line and Load terminals. An outlet that is hooked up to the Load terminals IS protected by that GFCI outlet. This is illustrated by the experiment at 10:39. When the light is properly hooked up to the Load terminals, it works. When the neutral wire is pressed against the Line terminal(simulating a ground fault), the GFCI trips and shuts off the light. The same thing happens with outlets when properly hooked up to the Load terminals of the GFCI. 3. GFCI circuit breakers for your panels do exist here in the US. However, there are a slew of reasons they aren't commonly used. First, they can compete with the AFCIs(Arc-Fault Circuit Interrupter) for the slot; and while dual-function AFCI/GFCI breakers exist, they are much more expensive. Even a GFCI only breaker is often more expensive than the outlet counterparts. Second, there are potential compatibility issues; refrigerators will often trip GFCIs when no fault exists(nuisance tripping). And the outlets are more flexible; you can have some items on a circuit GFCI protected while others are not. With the breaker, the entire circuit is protected regardless(remember that nuisance tripping?). 4. Per the 2020 National Electric Code used in the US and Canada, GFCIs are required all over the place. In a dwelling, your bathrooms, basements, garages, outdoors, close to sinks/bathtubs/showers, kitchen countertops, and more, all require GFCI protection. This is by no means all inclusive, and there are even a few exceptions to those locations, but your house should have quite a few of these placed around. And if you do not know what you are doing, DON'T MESS WITH ELECTRICITY. Hire a professional. It may not be cheap, but I promise it's better than getting hospitalized from a severe shock.
I use a Panasonic VHS player that has component out (HDCP renders the HDMI port useless), which goes to my Framemeister, which connects HDMI out to my Elgato HD60S, which (USB-C to USB type A) connects to my 2015 Retina MacBook Pro. My computer meets the absolute minimum requirements with a 2.2ghz 4 core i7 intel but runs fine (you just have to restart before recording another tape, probably a cache glitch). Once you have the recording (which comes out to 1080p 60fps), I open it with quicktime and export it at it’s same quality (the file that the Elgato saves on my computer, has problems being edited). On paper, I’m using lossy compression, but both files are H.264 and the original file is 3x to 4x bigger than the compressed one (a two hour tape, rounds up to about 40gb. Compress that, comes out to between 12gb and 16gb). Having both compressed and original files side by side, the compressed one is just a smidge duller, but nothing my videophile brain worries about. PS, since this is a lot of writing that you’re doing to a hard drive, I put that stress on old drives I have laying around (the Elgato recording software writes 4MB/s to 7MB/s per second). I just killed an old Apple 80gb IDE drive that was built in 2004, so f
No. You're not weird. We're not weird. "It's the children who are wrong." i.e. all the girls who don't like nerds or are not nerds themselves.
That’s really cool. Also They Might Be Giants!
As an electrician our country has multiple systems. Each different for transmission, homes, factories, stores, etc. Single phase to 3 phase systems.
The first Walmart "swamp cooler" is a bitch unless you like replacing those rotten wicks when they get gross and fall apart. 8:10 The Walmart version is definitely an electrode burner. Which is to say, it will dissolve its own electrodes in a matter of a month or two while boiling water. The Vicks version is far better, and is easy to service by removing the two star screws in the top and cleaning the solids out with a narrow brush. If you use mineral free water, you get almost no scaling at all to clean. Those two screws will at least give you a view of the boiling mechanism.
Bold of you to assume my usefulness
@9.11 Papyrus and comic sans!? NOOOOOOOOOOOO....
In the car enthusiast community it's somewhat common for US owners to do Euro tail light conversions, adding amber turn signals among other things like a rear fog light. Interestingly, I've heard that some European car owners do the opposite and do US conversions which eliminate the amber turn signal.
Woah I was with you 100% until you dropped the Linux hate. Very off-putting, I have been an IT professional and PC enthusiast for a long time and frankly, I think the "OS vs. OS" debate is immature. I normally really enjoy your content but now I'm trying to figure out where that comment came from. A place of ignorance or arrogance? A computer, and the software hosted on it are just tools. Some of us are familiar with only a specific set or type of tools and may try to express superiority over those unlike themselves, ignorance begets arrogance. Others can get things done with any toolset handed to them, because they are skilled in their craft. The reason you gave is "I like to do work on my computer, not work on my computer" ok, but all I hear is this: "I like to do work on my computer with the tools I am already familiar with, and am not willing to learn a different way to do said work." Hey, that's fine and dandy, you should use the tools that work best for you, but that has nothing to do with Linux itself or any other platform, OS or tool. That is all you buddy, you should own it.
How did we start talking about woman's pokets
Water is technically a refrigerant. you could make water evaporate on some surface to cool it down and pass air on the other side to cool and dehumidify as long as the water side is seperated and leaves to the outside. It's just not a lot of energy and if you use a fan, the fan probably produces more heat than the water absorbs, would like to test if thats true
Oh damn, TC getting brutal. There's something great about such a mild-mannered, softspoken man bluntly saying "people are stupid".
Well, through the art and mastery of minimalism, I have no need for a dish washer. Nice content as usual (long time viewer/subscriber, first time commenter).
Macbooks have it
As a cyclist, I do not like loop detectors. Half of them never detect a bicycle no matter where you stop in or on the loop. Camera detectors are so much better
FYI: the playlist link seems to somehow be broken cuz the YT mobile app opens it into a browser which says the link causes a domain search failure.
I can't stand it when i don't hear the satisfiing click!
I hope you guys in north america will get amber turn signals soon. It's look much better and it's much safer.
Wasn't clear enough.
My brain is a mush after watching this video.
I almost never use the dishwasher except when I have guests. So much easier and faster to wash dishes I use by hand.
This is how washing machine and dryer switches work too.
I watched this video while making brown :)