This is basic lesson and moving diagram showing the start of a water polo game, known as the sprint.
If you want to make a really powerful water rocket, one water bottle is not going to give you enough propellant. You're going to have to splice two or more bottles together and do it well enough that they don't come apart. This video will show you exactly how to do it step-by-step.
After a long marathon run, runners like to refresh with a nice bottle - or ten - of water. But if you've ever run for an extended period of time, especially in high heat, you know that you not only lose water through sweat, but also electrolytes and salts that help keep your energy up.
Comfort food doesn't get better than fish and chips. Crispy on the outside, tender on the inside, deep fried fish dipped in tartar sauce tastes like heaven on earth. And paired with our favorite vegetable, french fries, you can't go wrong.
This tutorial shows you start to finish how to draw an image of a bully with a water bottle in hand and then fling that water bottle onto someone else using FL Studio. This a useful reference piece for trying to animate splashing water or similar water physics. It's not precisely hard to do, but you'll want to pay attention to some of the detail in each piece. Also make sure that you have the most current version of FL Studio installed!
Blanching is the heating process for prepping foods for freezing or further cooking. Blanching spinach is one of the easiest things you could possibly do in the kitchen. One method of spinach blanching is to simply put the spinach in a dry skillet. As it cooks, the water cooks out of the spinach and it shrinks. This also works well with chard and kale. To blanch spinach another way, simple boil a pot of water and throw the spinach in. Then you take the spinach out and squeeze the excess water...
This video illustrate us how to make a Tim Holtz inspired tag with distress inks and water. Here are the following steps:
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to spot a fake Rolex watch. Rolex watches are made perfectly and will not have any problems. Rolex watches are well maintained and are durable in water. There will be no water in the watch. Fake watched will always leak. Rolex watches will never have a date and day on the dial with stainless steal. A real Rolex has 2 1/2 times magnification, while a fake Rolex will only have 1 1/2 times magnification. This video will benefit those viewers who are plan...
Take your hair in a whole new direction with this fabulous variation on the classic French braid. The waterfall braid look is chic, but takes very little time. A great new look for a night out on the town with friends or a romantic date, all summer long.
Spidering enables you to maintain a position of power, where you can pass, shoot or move quickly. Spidering is the position where one hand is sculling, and both legs are doing eggbeaters. This is a standard water polo position for both attack and defense.
Connecting your sprinklers to the water line is actually fairly easy when you're installing your own sprinkler system. Basically, you just go to your outside tap, screw it off and screw in your house connection.
Krazyboytx shows viewers how they can use spell Florida water. You can use Florida Water to cleanse your alter and for your candles. First, you will need a camfur block. Use one of the four pieces of the camphor block and put this piece into a zip-lock bag. Crush this camphor block up into the zip lock bag to get small crystal pieces. Fill up your bowl as much as you can with one block. Next, pour in some of your Florida water up to about it covering the stones. Put this on your alter until i...
Gerridae—you've probably seen these weird bugs gliding across the surface of the water when you're out swimming or fishing. These insects are commonly referred to as water striders, or more cleverly, Jesus bugs, for their ability to "walk on water". It's a pretty cool trick, but what could it do for science, right? Turns out, quite a bit. Photo by felixtsao
News: Sponge Bacteria Clean Heavy Metals & Toxins Like Arsenic from Water, Saving Turtles & Humans Alike
Arsenic occurs naturally in the environment, but it is also one of the most commonly found heavy metals in wastewater, deposited there by inappropriate disposal and arsenical pesticides, for example.
Some bacteria can already do it—generate electric current, that is—and those microbes are called "electrogenic." Now, thanks to the work of a research group from the University of California, Santa Barbara, we know how to easily turn non-electrogenic bacteria into electricity producers.
I truly don't understand why anyone would pay $10.99 for a case of carbonated water just to feel like a Midwest mom on a diet. Every time I talk about LaCroix, pronounced La-CROY (rhymes with enjoy), it's like I take all the money I spent on my French major and light it on fire.
Healthy drink recipes like these can can help you burn carbs, hydrate and make you feel great. Watch this how to video to learn how to make a simple yet flavorful water. It is very similar to the refreshing water offered at a spa. Add a cut up lemon and some refreshing peppermint to feel instantly relaxed.
Spring has sprung, which means it's time to plant all those delicious vegetables and lucrative cash crops. If you are like me, every year you meticulously plan every aspect of your garden before dutifully neglecting it all summer. I decided enough was enough and built this simple automatic watering system.
Water covers approximately 70 percent of Earth's surface and the human body contains up to 78 percent water, depending on body size. Yet, water seems to be taken for granted here on Earth. But if you travel to an orbital altitude of about 250 miles, water starts looking pretty interesting. Especially to astronaut Don Pettit on-board the International Space Station.
Science-fiction writer Jules Verne predicted many scientific breakthroughs, including the moon landing, tasers, and nuclear submarines. In his 1874 book The Mysterious Island, Verne writes:
Wow, I'm excited. This one left me giddy. Fill a glass with water, give it a whirl, and voilà... let the debate begin. CGI or physics? Comment below.
Beauty is a fine line between art and science for Pe Lang, a Swiss sculptor living and working in both Berlin and Zurich. The autodidact artist specializes in graceful, hand-built kinetic sculptures made of magnetic, electrical and mechanical devices, all of which are elegant and completely mesmerizing. "Positioning Systems - Falling Objects" is one of his newest contraptions, which feels like a mix of home waterfall fountains, mechanical metronomes and a busy manufacturing plant.
Alexander Augusteijn captures one of the world's most deadly projectiles slicing through the Earth's delicate water droplet.
Spring is a great time to put down mulch. Dave Epstein helps you figure out whether yours needs replacing this spring and, if so, how much to put down. Mulch improves the look of your garden bed, keeps weeds down and keeps moisture in the soil. You want to be careful not to add too much soil as it can keep moisture out and rain or water will not be able to reach the soil.
Do you need a great sauce for those delicious spring rolls you just conjured? Well this recipe for an exquisite spring roll sauce will have your taste buds springing up for joy. This video will show you exactly how to make a delicious sauce for spring rolls. What you will need:
Jackie Silver shows you how you can use lemon to treat acne. Follow these quick steps to start treating your acne with lemon: You will need a lemon, a sharp knife, spring water, cotton balls and a small bowl. Roll the lemon on the counter to mix the juice and make it easier to cut, and then cut it in half. Add the juice to the spring water. Dip the cotton ball in the lemon water and dab onto your skin. Cover and refrigerate the diluted juice.
Niho Ryori demonstrates how to make tonjiru or butajiro, pork and vegetable miso soup. First, cut carrots into quartered slices. Do the same with a giant white radish. Repeat the technique with a potato and add them to water. Scrub a root under running water and peel off the skin. Shave off slices of the root and put them in water to prevent discoloration. Dice small squares of par boiled gelatin. Cut a spring onion into diagonal slices. Heat a low-flavored oil in a pan and add all the vegeta...
In this tutorial, we learn how to make Filipino turon. Ingredients you will need include: A bag of whole steamed Saba bananas, spring roll pastry, and brown sugar. First, take your bananas and cover them completely with brown sugar and place onto a plate. After this, roll the banana into the spring roll tightly so nothing falls out. Place water on the outer edge of the spring roll before finishing, to make it stick together. Repeat this step for all of the bananas, then fry them in a skillet ...
Place 2 Tbsp. oil in a wok or large frying pan over medium to high heat. Add garlic, galangal (or ginger), shallots, and chili. Stir-fry until fragrant (about 1 minute). Stir-frying Tip: Add a little water to the wok/pan when it gets too dry instead of more oil.
Scott from Spring Hill Nursery with Step by Step Gardening talks about planting fall bulbs. Planting bulbs is very easy. You just need a shovel, good soil, and lots of water. The bulbs he plants are tulips bulbs, lily bulbs, glad corms, and iris rhizomes. All of these must be planted in the fall to bloom in the spring. It's easiest to dig one big hole - about 6-8" deep - and plant all of your bulbs at once. A random pattern yields a natural look. Once you've placed your bulbs, put about 2"-3"...
Ingredients for Hiyashi Chuka (serves 2)
First of all, he explains that evergreens will have problems if you don't water them late enough into the season. He introduces Ken Mayer who compares two types of evergreens. He shows a tree which has lost its coloration and explains that that tree lost water over the winter. Its roots have been frozen and if the roots are frozen the water cannot circulate where it is needed. When the spring comes, the plant will need water and it will not be able to be supplied with it. It then gives tips o...
This is a super cool way to learn some science while combating spring break or summer break boredom. This science video teaches you how to boil water at room temperature. Obviously this won't work in the normal conditions in which you boil water. But if you place the water in a vacuum, where the atmospheric vapor pressure is lowered, water can boil at a much lower temperature.
Ingredients you'll need to make Vietnamese Spring roll filling including egg, dried mushrooms and vegetables; learn this and more in this free online cooking video on Asian food taught by an expert chef.
Just because it's spring doesn't mean you have to forego wreaths! This tutorial shows you how to crochet leaves, butterflies, daffodils and flower buds to assemble into a spring wreath. Since this is for spring, choose pastel colors for your yarn.
So you are going on vacation... don't lose the plants you have nurtured through the spring. Here are some ways to keep them watered and happy.
Check out this highly educational science video tutorial on how to stand an egg on end during the spring equinox, but wait... does it have anything to do with the spring equinox... no, it doesn't, standing an egg upright has nothing to do with the first day of spring. A lot of eggs have little bumps on the bottom of the egg, so the bumps actually help support the chicken egg when standing upright.
In this tutorial, learn how to make a classic Asian dish, Teuchi Udon. These tasty noodles make the perfect side dish or dinner and go great with many other Asian speciaties.
In this video it is demonstrated how to make a simple spring bouquet with tulips and daisies. First take a transparent glass pot and fill it with water. Take some green soft thin stem, roll it and put it into the pot to make a base for the bouquet. Take some yellow tulips and put them into the pot in a clockwise manner and put some seeders in between the tulips. Add some lily grass to it so that the bouquet looks bigger. Now add a dragon fly floating at the top. As time goes by, the tulips wi...
Max's Filipino style fried chicken. Takes a spring chicken or a Cornish game hen, ground jack pepper, dried bay leaves, cilantro or parsley, and a pan full of water. Bring water to a steam then add bay leaves and chopped cilantro. Then in a metal colander or strainer place chicken over the steaming water. Once chicken is steamed let drip out the excess water. Add the pepper and some salt to the chicken by rubbing over the surface. In cooking oil fry the chicken until a light golden brown. Tak...