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Veggietales predicts modern internet humour

The Nostradamus of its age, Veggietales predicts shitpostgenerator 12 years ahead of its time. The true answer to 2+2: https://youtu.be/0-pL2J0ZB8g Please ...

Logarithms explained Bob Ross style

A math lesson about logarithms inspired by the legendary painter Bob Ross. Your invitation to subscribe to my channel: ...

Dirac's Belt Trick demonstrated with long hair

Demonstrations of the fact that spinors have symmetry under 720 degree rotation but not under 360 degrees. This is an area of mathematics called Topology.

Physics students react to 1888 exam

1888 University of Sydney exams (physics on page 367): http://calendararchive.usyd.edu.au/Calendar/1888/1888.pdf People featured in this video: Isabel ...

My Long Hair Journey (Thigh-length hair)

My journey to long hair. I never thought much about growing my hair, it was always just a 'background task' so I don't have any good pictures of the back ...

My regrets studying physics

In hindsight I would try to take even more computer science courses and to focus my learning on understanding rather than passing exams. However I would ...

So You Want To Get a Mathematics Degree

Also check out my physics degree version of this video. I provide a brief summary of what kind of material is covered during a mathematics degree. The purpose ...

Why you will never find your passion

Learn new skills with 2 months free access to Skillshare: https://skl.sh/tibees1 You might think that some people are lucky to have found their passion but I think ...

What can you do with a physics degree?

Considering studying a physics major? This is a little bit of insight into what kind of job you might end up doing after graduation. Many physics students go on to ...

So You Want To Get an Astronomy/Astrophysics Degree

This is what you can expect if you decide to pursue astronomy or astrophysics at university. I started off as an astronomy major so know a lot about the degree ...

The Beauty of Physics - The Principle of Least Action

An object moving freely from one point to another will take a path of least action. Imagine throwing a ball, it would go up and come down in an arc, and it would ...

Could Rapunzel's hair really hold someone's weight?

Physics of long hair. Human hair is actually very strong and can hold the weight of 2 elephants. The only real issue is the force on Rapunzel's neck and scalp.

The Beauty of Physics - Noether's Theorem

Noether's theorem looks at some imaginary transformations to systems to find out things about their real behaviour. Please subscribe ...

What does this picture mean? Dirac notation explained

Schrodinger's cat represents a quantum superposition of two states (alive and dead). Dirac notation is commonly used to represent the problem. This notation ...

The 52 Hertz Whale

The loneliest whale in the world Please subscribe ❤ https://www.youtube.com/user/tibees?sub_confirmation=1 Follow me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TobyHendy ...

Calculus explained through a story

Here is a look at the essence of calculus through the story of Bob. We use differentiation to find the slope of a curved line and then use 'integration' to find the ...

Do you need to be 'gifted' to study physics?

Physics needs people with a diverse range of thinking styles and school grades tend to only measure one kind. Whilst it will be challenging and not everyone ...

More physics degree horror stories

James and I chat about some more of our stories from studying undergrad physics. Stories include exams, fire alarms, awkward presentations and lost ...

tiny math tutorial

I've prepped my canvas with some Titanium White for today's tiny math tutorial covering the idea of dividing by zero. Your invitation to subscribe to my channel: ...

A day in the life of a physics PhD student

Follow me around for a day of experiments. My project is looking at how plant cells deform under pressure so has aspects of physics and biology. Here i'm using ...

So You Want To Get a Physics Degree

An outline of my experience studying physics, and what you can expect to start learning if you are going down the same path. I don't make much mention of the ...

Hyper Realistic Human Sculptures

Featuring uncanny figures with painted silicon skin, glass eyes, human hair and cutting-edge digital art, Hyper Real provokes reflection, fascination, fear and joy.

The Problem with Dr. Quantum's Double-slit Experiment

My original reaction video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_t380X1_2A&t=110s Quantum mechanics needs no consciousness: ...

Majoring in Physics vs. Math

Theoretical physics is mostly math and a math major would probably be useful if you want to work in a purely theoretical area. The physics major would set you ...

The unfortunate case of being seen as an expert

Sometimes it would seem easier to learn new things and ask questions without any background knowledge, because you are less at risk of being embarrassed ...

My regrets studying mathematics

My regrets include choosing my classes based off arbitrary metrics like grades and prestige and not being aware of what I really enjoyed. I also regret not ...

Physics degree horror stories

I chat with my friend James about some of our memories from undergraduate. Including hard tests, crazy assignments, bad grades, and exam induced memory ...

This is what a theoretical physics exam looks like at university

assorted solutions: Double pendulum (Q1): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neh86u7_TIk Perturbation theory (Q2): ...

Is coding important when studying physics?

Coding and computer science are important skills if you want to become a physicist or astronomer. They are often overlooked because sometimes their value is ...

Choosing to be a nerd.

I became interested in science half way through high school and from there on it was an exercise in accepting my identity as a 'nerd'. Vlogbrothers (whose ...

How much sleep does a physics major get?

Very little at times, but organisational skills can make all the difference. Please subscribe ❤ https://www.youtube.com/user/tibees?s... Twitter: ...

How to become a physicist

Some Australian physics PhD students share their advice for people wanting to pursue a PhD and thus take a major step towards becoming a physicist.

Nautilus bun without any accessories for very long hair

Easy and quick bun for very long hair without using any pins or accessories. Please subscribe ❤ https://www.youtube.com/user/tibees?sub_confirmation=1 ...

Alice in Hilbert Space #1 - Quantum tunnelling down the finite rabbit hole.

I try my best to teach an intro to quantum mechanics through story telling. Footage from Alice in Wonderland (1951). Please subscribe ...

Proving the Most Beautiful Equation Bob Ross Style

Discover more joys of mathematics at https://brilliant.org/tibees/ Take a walk with me down a little garden path in a secluded place; you'll delight in the discovery ...

Explaining modern astrophysics Carl Sagan style

A look at how the LIGO detections of gravitational waves, and their electromagnetic counterparts, have shaped our understanding of the idea that "we are made ...

Square roots explained Bob Ross style

A math lesson about square roots inspired by the legendary painter Bob Ross. My video about √i : https://youtu.be/dBbKtOvfTiE My video about logarithms: ...

Improve your grades with the Feynman Technique

The essence of the Feynman Technique is pretty simple - make sure that you are able to explain ideas and answer questions about them in order to truly learn ...

Visiting Australia's First Capsule Hotel - Sydney

The Japanese trend has now spread to Australia. Here's my experience staying at the Sydney Capsule Hotel. Please subscribe ...

Proving 1=2 Bob Ross Style

Start learning new skills today at: https://skl.sh/tibees2 Todays episode looks at one 'proof' of 1=2 and points out its flaws. The moral is that you must make sure ...

How to study physics if you're bad at math

If you're at the start of an academic career then you have time to intentionally retrain your brain to learn maths. You will need math as a tool but don't need to be ...

Square root of i, explained Bob Ross style

Solving sqrt(i) from the comfort of my garden on a 35°C Australian summer day *wipes sweat from brow* Want to see this problem solved using only algebra?

Using hair to measure acceleration due to gravity

Learn more about gravity and solve fun problems at https://brilliant.org/tibees/ In this video I calculate a value for g, the acceleration due to gravity, by treating my ...

Day in My Life as a Graduate Student

I'm a physics PhD student, and this was a day in my life. Please subscribe ❤ https://www.youtube.com/user/tibees?sub_confirmation=1 Twitter: ...

How to Think Like a Physicist

Petr elsewhere on the web: https://twitter.com/ptrlbdv https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCub3kzrrumr92e0BU81RCFg Book recommendations: Thinking Fast ...

This Telescope Was Shot 7 Times but Still Works

This is the story of the Harlan J Smith telescope at the McDonald observatory in Texas. Cody from Cody'slab has made a video about another interesting ...

Using a black hole to create supernovae | Universe Sandbox ²

I explore tidal forces and what happens when the moon in within the Roche limit. The sun can also be destroyed by tidal forces from a black hole, and larger ...

Being the first in my family to go to university

I share my thoughts on coming from a non-academic family. I don't know how my interests would be different if I had been exposed to science at a young age.

I quit my PhD

I know that people work hard to get to be a PhD student, I know this because I worked very hard to get here. I'm not throwing away this opportunity because I ...

Ways to Destroy the Earth | Universe Sandbox ²

Watch Cheddar's video about the Best-Case Asteroid Impact Scenario: https://chdr.tv/youtu9b210 In this Universe Sandbox 2 gameplay vid I look a destroying ...