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Testing If You Can Blow Your Own Sail

  • Опубліковано 1 бер 2024
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  • @MarkRober
    @MarkRober  20 годин тому +981

    You now know 7 amazing new things and that’s cooler than magic! Get the CrunchLabs Build Box with two FREE boxes here- crunchlabs.com/teaser

  •  8 годин тому +344

    If only school was as entertaining as Mark teaching us 🤷‍♂️

    • @BunZen
      @BunZen 8 годин тому

      Ehh yeah...

    • @Tiger44_309
      @Tiger44_309 8 годин тому +2

      Estoy triste porgue hoy es mi
      cumlpeanos y no tuve ningun

    • @Tiger44_309
      @Tiger44_309 8 годин тому +1

      Estoy triste porgue hoy es mi
      cumlpeanos y no tuve ningun
      Suscriptor .

    • @v2playz-gamingclips793
      @v2playz-gamingclips793 8 годин тому +2

      not u again

    • @Banana84943
      @Banana84943 8 годин тому

      ​@@Tiger44_309I saw you four days ago stop

    @4RILDIGITAL 11 годин тому +271

    Impressive dedication and thoroughness with which the myths were debunked. Learning was made even more interesting by not just revealing the answers, but demonstrating how they were acquired.

    • @ThreeSheep69
      @ThreeSheep69 10 годин тому +1

      Estoy triste porque hoy es mi cumpleanos y no tuve ningun.

    • @Dwoplet
      @Dwoplet 9 годин тому +1

      Dont Like This

    • @yeetdabeans3883
      @yeetdabeans3883 9 годин тому +1

      what is this chatgpt comment

    • @Tiger44_309
      @Tiger44_309 9 годин тому +1

      Estoy triste porgue hoy es mi
      cumlpeanos y no tuve ningun

    • @georgehill3087
      @georgehill3087 8 годин тому

      But he got blowing your own sail part wrong. Blowing your own sail does work, just not efficient. We have reverse thrusters on planes that use that principal. It's not like pulling yourself up by pulling on your hair. The energy is contained within the system. Blowing your own sail has energy escaping the system, just that most are going sideways with a little going backwards, hence the inefficiency.

  • @Seed
    @Seed 9 годин тому +444

    Mark and MrBeast and Mark collab in the same day??

    • @bigbomboclat1
      @bigbomboclat1 9 годин тому +4


    • @ikeahedgehog
      @ikeahedgehog 9 годин тому +10

      Why did you put mark twice

    • @getinmyfridge5894
      @getinmyfridge5894 9 годин тому +6

      its from mr beasts new video surviving 7 days in an abandoned city it came out an hour or 2 after this video, its a cool fact he made the video for mr beast and got a mr beast collab in return

    • @nezlockyeet8672
      @nezlockyeet8672 9 годин тому +5

      And Ryan Trahan.

    • @MxneyRBLX
      @MxneyRBLX 9 годин тому +4

      and ryan trahan

    @KOT_ATOC 11 годин тому +199

    I am your fan from Russia, thank you for doing the voiceover in my language! I love your channel, because that's how I learn a lot of new things and study science ❤😇

    • @zabooka
      @zabooka 11 годин тому +2


    • @benkmarchant
      @benkmarchant 11 годин тому +15

      How did you avoid the draft

    • @lucasmassive
      @lucasmassive 11 годин тому +12

      bro is gathering American intelligence

    • @CitizenZOV
      @CitizenZOV 11 годин тому +2

      @@benkmarchant there is no draft

    • @phen0m54
      @phen0m54 11 годин тому +11

      slava ukraini!

  • @jryancarpenter
    @jryancarpenter 9 годин тому +3

    Do you even understand how much more engaging you have made middle school science review for me as a teacher
    thank you

  • @early2exit
    @early2exit 11 годин тому +77

    My school had a DC trip back in my junior year and we got to go to the capital and even with the room filled with people, we could still hear our teacher talking to us from the other side of the room. It was honestly super rad

  • @DownhillAllTheWay
    @DownhillAllTheWay 10 годин тому +26

    Thanks for explaining the equator sink whirlpool. I saw it demonstrated in Kenya, but although I was under no allusion that it was an illusion, I couldn't see how it was done. I concluded that there must be a vein that could be changed in the plug hole - buit it's much simpler than that.

    • @richardingame
      @richardingame 8 годин тому +1

      Occam's razor, if you have two competing ideas to explain the same phenomenon, you should prefer the simpler one.

  • @Hetrantg
    @Hetrantg 9 годин тому +2

    merci, thank you very much, I'm really close to crying because I love your videos and especially learning science this way.

  • @BillyHaruna
    @BillyHaruna 10 годин тому +3

    I can't stop loving your videos, because they very educative.

  • @BethanyCook-vi7dl
    @BethanyCook-vi7dl 7 годин тому +1

    Expressing gratitude for your latest video, your consistent commitment to excellence is remarkable. ❤

  • @amanmia2909
    @amanmia2909 10 годин тому +3

    Thanks for this video.❤❤
    Education is a weapon with which to conquer the whole world.
    Love you from India ❤❤❤❤

  • @mrcooldude3079
    @mrcooldude3079 11 годин тому +3

    Thank you so much mark this is actually really informative

  • @Atayrmy
    @Atayrmy 10 годин тому +1

    Even as a teen, almost an adult, I still find his videos so cool and interesting to watch. Lets me learn a lot more about a bunch of different things which I love

  • @patricknez7258
    @patricknez7258 11 годин тому +1

    Fun content! I love the part about Quincy Adams and the shape of room. That's awesome

  • @jackfalcon9964
    @jackfalcon9964 8 годин тому +3

    that tourist trap not even being on the equator reminded me of the four corners attraction here in the US. it's advertised to be located directly on the corner where colorado, utah, new mexico and arizona meet, but it's actually located entirely within new mexico, and isn't even on the correct angle to be able to properly align with the borders

    • @PrograError
      @PrograError 7 годин тому

      TBH the map data google gets might not even be correct without them correcting something due to accumulated errors from past cartographer/ map makers so it's possible the ground datum (presuming the marker is an official USGS/ border marker) is correct...
      I mean google had caused a war due to map errors...

  • @Reconsponster
    @Reconsponster 11 годин тому +1

    I love your videos !! Please do more of these. Thanks to you videos I’ve discovered my passion for physics an d also learned to speak English !!

  • @user-oi5do3ib9v
    @user-oi5do3ib9v 9 годин тому +2

    I love your videos! And the music! I am planning on majoring in something engineering in college! Keep it up

  • @jadziu90
    @jadziu90 10 годин тому +1

    Wow! I have master degree in electronics but this is the best of all my physics lesson I've got in my all education!!!! Big shout out for You Mark!!!!

  • @loogi8264
    @loogi8264 10 годин тому +1

    thank you for wirelessly and electrically transferring knowledge strait into my brain

  • @megan893
    @megan893 10 годин тому +1

    Excellent video! I literally learned so much and your content is super easy to watch

  • @ccchhhrrriiisss100
    @ccchhhrrriiisss100 9 годин тому +1

    Great job, @MarkRober! This should be mandatory viewing in American classrooms! It would not only educate kids, but it might make them more curious about the science and engineering in the world around them.

  • @AcheivingFameViaCommenting
    @AcheivingFameViaCommenting 7 годин тому +16

    Only Mark can explore an abandoned city for seven days and still post bangers like these.

  • @truneilson
    @truneilson 10 годин тому +2

    He is the new Mr. Wizard! Love this!

  • @maikerumine
    @maikerumine 10 годин тому +1

    Thanks, Rober, you are a great chap!

  • @77wila
    @77wila 8 годин тому +1

    thank you so much for turning off that auto translate, didnt watch the Last Videos bc i wanted that Authentic Mark Rober sound and feeling. Love it❤👍

  • @Noimad-rh4ri
    @Noimad-rh4ri 7 годин тому

    I've been watching this channel for years and have just begun my first week at university as a Software Engineer! Keep doing what you're doing mark you have inspired me and many others to pursue their careers in engineering

  • @user-qw1dc2eo5n
    @user-qw1dc2eo5n 9 годин тому +1

    I've learned a bunch of these facts in astronomy! Thanks Mark!

  • @StephaniePhaw
    @StephaniePhaw 9 годин тому +1

    The video I'm always waiting for is from Marc, stay healthy and keep making videos
    Even though I don't like physics, I like it 😂

  • @harrydevries3677
    @harrydevries3677 11 годин тому +1

    This is by far the best UA-cam channel 🙌🏼

  • @cheftortilla223
    @cheftortilla223 8 годин тому +1

    This guy teaches me more than my science teacher. And it’s based on how he presents the information 10/10

  • @strikezrow
    @strikezrow 9 годин тому +1

    My niece and nephew need to see this... thanks Mark!

  • @That_transportation_guy
    @That_transportation_guy 9 годин тому +2

    Marks Videos never fail to amaze me!

  • @Bullhaulinboyz
    @Bullhaulinboyz 8 годин тому +1

    Love these videos. So informative. Great job mark

  • @XnoobSpeakable
    @XnoobSpeakable 8 годин тому +1

    I actually loved this video.
    Learning like this makes me feel like a young child - instead of a sad teenager

  • @coasteringkid
    @coasteringkid 9 годин тому +61

    I respect the hustle in that equator trick. It's something so simple yet subtle

  • @derekjarembo9709
    @derekjarembo9709 9 годин тому +1

    I love your videos Mark! I’m always learning something.

  • @weirdluck3312
    @weirdluck3312 7 годин тому

    It is still fun to watch the video even if you know the stuff. Mark shows everything practically which is fun to watch❤

  • @michaelmcguirk2822
    @michaelmcguirk2822 7 годин тому

    I cqn gonestly say i look forward to new videos here. I learn something everytime and even if some of it has prettu much nonuse in my everyday life, there are uses for the others. Keep it going.

  • @user-xf3is9dx7d
    @user-xf3is9dx7d 10 годин тому +1

    watching mark do these things is amazing

  • @workingpadawan1952
    @workingpadawan1952 9 годин тому +1

    Thank you for such informant and educational videos that are entertaining and fun. 😁

  • @bigbrain-ux4ip
    @bigbrain-ux4ip 10 годин тому +1

    These videos are getting better and better

  • @wallysmith5457
    @wallysmith5457 9 годин тому +1

    love ur stuff mark! i hope one day i can be a nerd like you

  • @bestgamting
    @bestgamting 8 годин тому +1

    You explain everything so well mark , you should be a physics teacher

  • @constantspider
    @constantspider 11 годин тому +1

    One thing about this video I love is how, at the equator, Mark Rober is half-whispering to not bother the other people around, instead of talking loudly

    • @lisamueller2453
      @lisamueller2453 11 годин тому

      He's still respectful to others around him. He shows he's a classy youtuber, very rare.

  • @JamesOKeefe-US
    @JamesOKeefe-US 9 годин тому +7

    These are brilliant, true teaching. Thanks Mark for helping us understand our world better. I walked away from this video smarter than when I started. Such valuable content!

  • @mikekoenen77
    @mikekoenen77 10 годин тому +1

    Very nice including Super Shigi's background music! :)

  • @angelrt112
    @angelrt112 11 годин тому

    Wooow, la manera en la que explica sus videos simplemente me encanta

  • @evanmapurisa7989
    @evanmapurisa7989 9 годин тому +1

    love your videos mark i always learn something new thanks

  • @cybercole777
    @cybercole777 11 годин тому

    Mark you are the greatest. Thanks for this, it really puts things in perspective.

  • @pyr0pyr
    @pyr0pyr 8 годин тому +1

    Thanks for knowledge Mark

  • @EddysReviews
    @EddysReviews 10 годин тому +2

    Wooow I would love to see more of such videos

  • @alexsidorov2425
    @alexsidorov2425 11 годин тому +1

    Greetings from Krasnodar! I love your content, it's informative! Keep walking!

  • @ADsuperninja
    @ADsuperninja 10 годин тому +1

    i would like to request more vids like this relating to things we will learn in class

  • @user-ur8fv7gh2b
    @user-ur8fv7gh2b 10 годин тому +1

    I search for your channel daily in the hope that I may find a new video.

  • @skigglystars9525
    @skigglystars9525 9 годин тому +1

    I always learn something in every one of your videos

  • @Labergemusic
    @Labergemusic 11 годин тому

    I love learning stuff from Marc on Saturday morning

  • @supercat4259
    @supercat4259 10 годин тому +1

    Did not expect to hear graze the roof, awesome music choice

  • @jgkingcrusher
    @jgkingcrusher 9 годин тому +1

    Educational and fun to watch, as usual.

  • @vmadhavan435
    @vmadhavan435 11 годин тому

    Your videos are always very interesting and people like you and veritasium made me love physics

  • @joako2239
    @joako2239 10 годин тому +1

    Eh yo soy de ecuador y no puedo decir o describit que un youtuber y genio de la mecanica venga para este pais tan hermoso gracias Mark

  • @TheLonelyCastaway
    @TheLonelyCastaway 11 годин тому

    Thanks for a great video Mark! You never disappoint!

  • @BillW-NJ
    @BillW-NJ 11 годин тому

    Thanks for making science fun and entertaining!

  • @georgedickson6550
    @georgedickson6550 8 годин тому +1

    one of ya best vids yet!

  • @cherylrevell3081
    @cherylrevell3081 11 годин тому

    Thanks, Mark. Always enjoy your videos

  • @ianvillegas9595
    @ianvillegas9595 10 годин тому +38

    Thanks Mark for show the word a little of my wonderful country Ecuador, hopefully you enjoy staying here ❤

  • @chickfila7nugget
    @chickfila7nugget 11 годин тому

    this is Physics goldmine
    juicy knowledge

  • @JesseHargrove-xq7js
    @JesseHargrove-xq7js 10 годин тому

    Your videos never cease to amaze me

  • @jamesbarisitz4794
    @jamesbarisitz4794 8 годин тому

    Excellent examples!
    Several itches were scratched on this one.

  • @lisamueller2453
    @lisamueller2453 11 годин тому

    @Mark makes science so intriguing. Wish I had someone like this in school, I would have walked away with a better education. Thanks Mark for making science cool!!

  • @ravagedach8213
    @ravagedach8213 8 годин тому

    mark, this is why i love your content so much

  • @Gaganmutalikdesai
    @Gaganmutalikdesai 11 годин тому

    Great video mark loved it ❤it's the first time I loved physics

  • @joaomirandaartista
    @joaomirandaartista 9 годин тому +1

    Explicação muito boa ! 😊

  • @FNscoral
    @FNscoral 9 годин тому +1

    Gotta love the PVZ music 4:40 😂😂

  • @TheShadowIsHere
    @TheShadowIsHere 10 годин тому +1

    Always great content ❤

  • @antoniomontesdeoca8865
    @antoniomontesdeoca8865 10 годин тому +9

    1:51 Mark Rober en el Palacio de Carondelet.... que lindo que hayas visitado nuestro país y saber que un gran ingeniero como tu vino por acá... Gracias por todo el contenido....

    • @raac1157
      @raac1157 9 годин тому

      o es verdad no reconoci a mi propio pais jaja

    • @stevenvalvin9320
      @stevenvalvin9320 9 годин тому

      No es el palacio de carondelet, es la plaza San Francisco, está a unas cuadras del palacio

  • @aksh_x_
    @aksh_x_ 11 годин тому

    tysm mark, we love your videos!!

  • @adindarling
    @adindarling 11 годин тому

    Love the new format!

  • @dogeforlife300
    @dogeforlife300 9 годин тому +1

    I love e these videos they are so cool! I love e learn g about these physics and how things work

  • @dhardes2
    @dhardes2 11 годин тому

    At 13:49 when you say counterclockwise and hurricane, it's actually clockwise and a cyclone. Love the video! Exactly what my 10th grade science kids are going through.

  • @ydnams.9422
    @ydnams.9422 9 годин тому +2

    I LOVE his videos ❤❤

  • @osmia
    @osmia 11 годин тому

    So glad you featured veritasium and smarter every day testing that out!

  • @Mint_Robot
    @Mint_Robot 8 годин тому

    Awesome video mark! Covering how to prove the earth is round by looking at the moon, focal points in an oval room, why air has mass, debunking the umbrella leaf blower video, backpack review, and why how water spins depending on the rotation of the earth, all in 17 minutes! I've been watching since your ninja turtles video/study on what species gets run over the most, and this may be my first comment XD

  • @Joeshredz.
    @Joeshredz. 9 годин тому +1

    Never fails to make amazing content ❤️

  • @timothyhopper6760
    @timothyhopper6760 11 годин тому

    These types of videos are the best

  • @VelvetRockStudios
    @VelvetRockStudios 11 годин тому

    Of course, the John Quincy Adams Capitol acoustics legend is exactly that: a legend. It is a myth developed many years later. (There were no such attestations from anyone in Adams' lifetime.) Moreover, it is my understanding that there were significant renovations decades later which significantly changed sound propagation. Nevertheless, it is such a great story that every Capitol tour guide has to learn it.
    That said, it is still a memorable way to teach the basics of ellipses and their acoustics. Great video!

  • @DevuNation
    @DevuNation 10 годин тому +1

    Anazing Work! Thankssss

  • @dharanidharsoma
    @dharanidharsoma 11 годин тому

    Thanks for making physics interesting

  • @user-od5ro8cf6t
    @user-od5ro8cf6t 8 годин тому

    такой поток сознания и информации!!! как буд-то бы я весь курс физики из школы в одном ролике просмотрел

  • @DingusGT_VR
    @DingusGT_VR 11 годин тому

    I would love if he made a show that we could watch in schools. He's the only person I've ever seen make science and engineering fun

  • @jessicalgearhart
    @jessicalgearhart 10 годин тому +4

    Love this! Lived in the southern hemisphere during my Australian exchange student time. ❤

  • @spok
    @spok 10 годин тому +3


  • @user-dq9km5rt5o
    @user-dq9km5rt5o 11 годин тому

    merci de nous apprendre tellement de chose en une vidéo

  • @betterchapter
    @betterchapter 10 годин тому +8

    UA-cam was made for creators like Mark. Every video, a banger. Hard to replicate. Not even money can buy what he can do.

    • @ikeahedgehog
      @ikeahedgehog 9 годин тому

      bribe nasa scientists with billions of dollars

  • @dergroebiertrinkendebar562
    @dergroebiertrinkendebar562 10 годин тому +1

    On the topic of the weight of air: I find it fascinating to consider, that most of the mass of a tree comes from the air and not the ground.

  • @halcyconX
    @halcyconX 11 годин тому

    Buen video! Y que genial que hayas venido a Ecuador :D

  • @mn.roy8399
    @mn.roy8399 9 годин тому +72

    15:14 Bro just revealed their whole business model💀

  • @petervasta9262
    @petervasta9262 11 годин тому

    I'd like more of this type of video!

  • @andrehak
    @andrehak 8 годин тому

    You're the hero for our next generations, Mark, thanks for yet another gem!

  • @Fortenurg
    @Fortenurg 11 годин тому

    Love you Mark. Wish you were making videos when I was a kid!