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Did you do it? Yeah, see! Any regrets? Nope, not a one! Got stuff to riff on? Yeah. Go for it dude. So I’ve been told I’ve been on professional multiple times I think we’ve had that discussion Merrill Winston does a pretty good job of discussing that a little bit and you know I’ve
Nearly one in five people in America has a tattoo. So these permanent, portable pieces of art are clearly an important part of our culture — but how do they work? What makes a tattoo permanent, and can you really get rid of it? Well, tattoos work by taking advantage of the structure of your
Hey there BrainStuffers, Lauren here. If you like art, permanence, and shallow wounds, you may have a tattoo or seven. And you’re not alone: A Harris poll from 2012 indicates that here in the U.S., almost 40 percent in adults under the age of 40 have at least one. So our question for the day
Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Joanna Pietrulewicz I’d like to introduce you to an interesting person named Ötzi. He lives in Italy at the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology because he’s a mummy. This is an artist’s rendition of what he might have looked like when he was alive 5,300 years ago. You want to see
From the Hyperloop to Space Vacations, today we look at 9 Crazy Things That Will Happen Before 2050! Number 9. “Hyperloop” Before the first half of the 21st Century is over we could see one of the biggest innovations in the way people travel. The Hyperloop. This vacuum and magnetic powered tube transportation system originally
(helicopter flying) (alarm systems beeping) – [Instructor] Ditching, ditching, ditching. (water rushing) – So, I’m alive. (laughs) All right, here’s the deal. My last mission as a U.S. government civil servant was in a helicopter off the coast of Hawaii. We’ll learn about that in a future episode, but this video’s different. This is not
Hey it’s me Destin Welcome back to Smarter Every Day. So in the last video we talked about what it was like to get a tattoo in slow motion. But this time we’re gonna talk about the removal process. It’s way more complicated. It involves physics like thermodynamics, optics, even biology and chemistry are involved.