The hidden science behind the bottle-smash trick? Cavitation! Check out this instructional video. If you have a home-built vacuum water bottle, you can easily see the violent implosions as they happen.
Single coil pick ups are notorious for being noisy and for having a lot of buzz. One way that you can get rid of the buzz and save yourself from sounding annoying and unprofessional on stage without messing with your volume knob or buying expensive noise gates is putting in copper shielding in your pick up cavities and on the pick guard! In this video you will get a complete walkthrough of how to install the shielding and rewire your guitar back to normal!
Cavities are an unfortunate sideeffect of our sugar-infused society, and getting them filled is time-consuming, expensive, and requires a trip to the dentist. Do you have some serious courage and want your dental work done on the cheap? Watch this video for an amazing guide to filling your own tooth cavity at home using simple and cheap ingredients. It's amazing what you can do with a little DIY know-how.
Check out this human anatomy video tutorial to see how to dissect a human for a deep look at the pharynx, the mouth, and the cervical joints.
In this soaring demonstration, deaf percussionist Evelyn Glennie leads the audience through an exploration of music not as notes on a page, but as an expression of the human experience. Playing with sensitivity and nuance informed by a soul-deep understanding of and connection to music, she talks about a music that is more than sound waves perceived by the human ear. She illustrates a richer picture that begins with listening to yourself, and includes emotion and intent as well as the complex...
First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect.
In this human anatomy video tutorial, you learn how to dissect a human cadaver to get a better look at the nasal cavity and sinuses. You'll see the paranasal, which is alongside or near the nose, and the paranasal sinuses are the mucosa-lined air cavities in the bones of the skull, communicating with the nasal cavity.
This video shows you how to make soap curls for use in molded soap cavities. Create colorful, fun boutique style soaps for gift giving.
In this tutorial, we learn how to draw a skull. First, select a picture of a skull that you want to draw. Then, sketch a few lines so you know where you are going to position the sockets in the eyes. Also do this for where you're going to position the nose and mouth cavities. Then, erase any unwanted background lines. From here, you will draw over your original sketch and then tone the eyes and the sockets. From here, you will tone and add shading to the rest of the skull and the areas behind...
As many as 700 species of bacteria live on our teeth and in our mouth, and just like the microbiomes inhabiting other parts of our bodies, they change in response to diseases and other health conditions.
Having less-than-brilliant teeth doesn't have to mean a trip to the dentist or a whitening kit. Try this all-natural remedy instead. Watch this video to learn how to whiten teeth naturally.
Just imagine: your orthodontist finally removes your braces and holds up the mirror to reveal perfectly straight teeth...filled with cavities! Don't let this nightmare happen to you, clean your braces care.
What's better than wireless in-ear headphones with noise-canceling technology? Giving them a microphone to hear you talk from inside your head. And that's exactly what you get with RippleBuds; its inside-facing mic helps keep your voice crystal clear over phone calls, and makes sure Siri, Cortana, and Google Now will always get the right command.
Who said brushing your teeth can't be fun? It certainly isn't Kolibree, a company that's introducing the world to the first augmented reality toothbrush for kids at this week's CES tech conference in Las Vegas.
News: Living Bacteria in Clothing Could Detect When You Come in Contact with Pathogens or Dangerous Chemicals
While at work, you notice your gloves changing color, and you know immediately that you've come in contact with dangerous chemicals. Bandages on a patient signal the presence of unseen, drug-resistant microbes. These are ideas that might have once seemed futuristic but are becoming a reality as researchers move forward with technology to use living bacteria in cloth to detect pathogens, pollutants, and particulates that endanger our lives.
The culprit probably wasn't what doctors were expecting when a 57-year-old man in Hong Kong came to the hospital. The patient was admitted to the intensive care unit in critical condition. A clue to the cause of the infection would lie in the man's profession—he was a butcher.
With folks drawing lines in the sand before the upcoming election this November, it's important to know where you stand on some of the most important issues: the economy, foreign affairs, domestic affairs, and apples—caramel or candy apples, that is.
If you're feeling stressed, there are many home remedies you could use for relief. Meditation, yoga, acupressure, an ear massage, more sleep, shower soothers, playing video games… the list is endless. But a lot of these methods require a significant amount of time, so what do you do when you need immediate stress relief?
There are certain foods and beverages that can actually brighten your smile or improve your dental health when you chew or sip them. Once you understand their chemical properties or textures, you can look to items you already have in your cupboards or refrigerator to help keep your teeth looking and feeling their best.
Tired of drawing delicate flowers and ready for something a little darker? You can draw a wicked skull by following the method and including all the qualities you should include to really get your sketch to look like a skull.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to draw a skull. Begin by selecting a skull image to draw from. Then draw a circle and sketch a few lines to position the eye sockets, nose and mouth cavities. Now erase the guidelines and re-sketch the drawing. Then start toning the eye sockets and nose cavity by shading. Now tone the other parts of the skull. Finish by shading the background. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested in drawing and art, and would like to learn how to ...
More than 25 percent of children in the United States have cavities by the time they are 4 years old, sometimes as early as age 2. Regular dental checkups are one way to help your child maintain good oral health. This program offers some ideas on how to prepare your child for that first trip to the dentist and what you and your child should expect. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children receive a dental exam after their first birthday. However some dentists, including our...
It is important to have healthy teeth not only for your appearance but for your overall health as well. You can keep your teeth white by avoiding foods that stain your teeth and having a good cleaning routine including fluoride
In this how-to video clip series on how to maintain healthy teeth and gums, learn how to practice good dental hygiene, including how to prevent gingivitis, plaque buildup and cavities, how to brush your teeth properly, whether to use an electric toothbrush, how to clean your tongue, how to prevent bad breath, how to floss correctly, and other tips and techniques for a healthy mouth.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to draw a human skull. Begin by drawing a half circle with the opening at the bottom. Add cheekbones by drawing two lines, starting just inside the line of the half circle and gently curving outside the half circle. Continue the cheekbone line downward and curve inward. Connect the 2 lines horizontally to shape the top teeth. Now draw a bottom U-shape connecting the bottom of the cheekbones and across the bottom jaw line. Draw a second U-shape line an...
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to draw a human skull. Begin by drawing a circle shape and draw a center line to mark the symmetry. About half way through the circle, create an indent for the temple and arch out for the cheekbones. Now connect the bottom of the cheekbones to form the front teeth. Then draw a spear head shape at about 1/3 of the head for the nostrils. Now draw the eye cavities from the center mark of the circle. This video will benefit those viewers who are intereste...
If you are susceptible to annoying allergy symptoms during the spring season when pollen count is high, eat raw local honey on a daily basis. Though not scientifically proven, some people believe that by exposing yourself through the local allergens in your regional environment in the form of honey, it helps build your tolerance for the pollen in the air.
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The widely used expression "free as a bird" intimates an enviable existence: delicate, yet mighty wings transporting to destinations no human could so breezily venture. But despite their fanciful, superhero ability, in truth, the avian race leads one of the most difficult existences in the animal kingdom. Yes, birds have existed for eons—they likely evolved from small dinosaurs of the Jurassic period—but for these creatures, life can be ruthless.
Food scientists have discovered why Rice Krispies make their characteristic sound when soaked in milk. The cereal contains sugar and is cooked at high temperature, which makes the sugar form crystals and creates air-filled cavities. When a Krispie absorbs milk, the capillary forces push the air to shatter the cavities' walls -- and make a noise. Learn why cereals go snap, crackle and pop.