The MinutePhysics series has always been a goldmine of interesting facts and science explainers. But prepare to have your mind blown wide open this time as Henry Reich shows you an alternate way to manually subtract large numbers—by doing addition instead.
At last, at long last, iTunes Match has gone live, giving you access to your music, in the cloud, without you ever having to upload a thing. All download, no upload sounds like a formula for success.
This is what you see when you light up a match and look extremely close at two thousand frames per second. The chemical reactions of the burning phosphorus and gelatin is mesmerizing and something that your brain wouldn't expect.
Douse them with water. Bury them in earth. Blast them with air. None of it's going to stop these matches from burning. And I'm assuming Heart wouldn't put up much of a fight against them either.
Circuit City's price guarantee was always a little wonky: the only prices they'd match were from local brick-and-mortar vendors, which excludes even their own online site. But sneaky tipster Kevin has caught wind that Circuit City, in the midst of crashing and/or burning, is due to accept any verifiable price, from…
Amaze kids and drunkards alike with this lighter that's shaped like a match. What is it about stuff that's shaped like other stuff that's so cool?
Don't you just love it when things that are normally tiny are suddenly made big and turned into art objects? Here's the latest one, and besides being out of scale and making you feel small, it will light up your life. That's right, it's not entirely useless—its matchstick tip turns into a lamp. Choose it with…