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ROCKET-POWERED FAILS - Joe Genius
Strap yourself in and enjoy the ride because this episode‚ all about speed! Isaac Newton showed that every action causes an equal and opposite reaction‚ but little did he know that 300 years later Joe Geniuses would be turbo-charging minivans with jet turbines and lawnmowers with rocket engines! Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=joegeniusshow Joe Genius Homepage http://revision3.com/joegenius Twitter http://twitter.com/joegenius Facebook http://www.facebook.com/joegenius ABOUT JOE GENIUS Welcome to Joe Genius - the first show that proves how exciting, hilarious, and sometimes dangerous, homegrown science can be. Each week Joe Genius will turn the spotlight on some of the best science videos online, from dry ice bombs to robot musicians, and explain why they work...or more often than not, why they don't. It's turbo Time! Details 00:09 Play Crazy Jet Engines Details 03:14 Play Rocket Power Details 06:38 Play It's time for Joe Genius: Where backyard science goes BIG TIME. Joe Genius highlights home-grown Einsteins who experiment, tinker, and yes, blow stuff up in the name of science. And it's all caught on tape! Join Jonah Ray as he whizzes through these geniuses' most epic failures and thrilling successes -- and of course, the science behind it all. It's turbo Time! These Joe Geniuses turbo charge things you'd never expect! Meet the Backyard turbo Scientists! "Fire extinguisher sled" from Damo "William and the 577 T.Rex" from Webmaster Accurate Reloading "Spinning chair with blower" from Velocityff "Van with gas turbine helicopter engine" from Chris Krug "Jetbike" from turboseb77 "Wheelie Wagon" from Colby Williams "Motorized Lazyboy" from Reuben Brewer "Rocket Skateboard" from Lunapapier "Mobile motorized lawn chair" from David Hays "Barstool Wreck" from Joe Lanich "Home made hovercraft" from Kent Curtis 00:09 Play Crazy Jet Engines These Joe Geniuses take their jet engines on a wild ride. Check out who wins the "Joe Effort Award" for their best try at homemade science! Plus, Jonah Ray gives out the "Joe Science Award" for the best executed science project of the bunch. Meet the Backyard turbo Scientists! "Redneck Lawnchair" from 1puglife "Huge snow bank jump" from 1puglife "Crazy jet kayak" from Tallansa "Jet Lawnmower" from Sbscottmonkey "Depth Charge Rocket Car" from Martin Patterson "Homemade Rocket Engines" from Christopher Poris 03:14 Play Rocket Power turbo Charged videos continued! Jonah Ray announces the winner of the coveted "Joe Genius" award for the best turbo charged video out there! Meet the Backyard turbo Scientists! "Rocket Powered Frisbee" from Dave Griffith "Rocket bike girl" from Tim & Sarah Pickens "A Wheelie Cool Bus!" from Carol Mittelsdorf "Cool Bus, School Bus Wheelie" from Jeff Young 06:38 Play Check out the official Joe Genius fan page. Follow the latest Joe Genius happenings on Discover Magazine's Twitter feed. Email questions and comments to JoeGeniusTV@gmail.com GORILLA GLUE Thank you to our sponsor Gorilla Glue--For the Toughest Jobs on Planet Earth.For more information, visit Gorillaglue.com or head to your local hardware store to check all the amazing products for yourself. SQUARESPACE Squarespace is a publishing system for anyone looking to build a blog, portfolio or any kind of website. Squarespace offers a uniquely flexible tool for just about anyone (no coding experience required) to build high end, complex websites with that same functionality that you will find on some of the highest trafficked pages on the web. Squarespace‚Äôs newly launched site importer tool makes things so easy to move over. Be sure to use the promotion code GENIUS when placing your order at www.Squarespace.com





How To Make "Screw-Lock" Sugar Rockets
Some quick links to a few of the materials I used: Screw lock sugar rockets [✓] 12” x 3/4” PVC sprinkler riser: http://amzn.to/2cH4URc [✓] Spectricide stump remover: http://amzn.to/2bXudia [✓] Powdered sugar: http://amzn.to/2bXsTfe [✓] Uncented kitty litter: http://amzn.to/2cG52NZ [✓] Magic bullet: http://amzn.to/2cG5Gen Promo Code: THEKINGOFRANDOM for $50 off a premium mattress: http://bit.ly/CasperHybridMattress How To Make "Screw-Lock" Sugar Rockets that lock and load within seconds, and have a built in parachute ejection charge, so you can get your rockets back safely. Special thanks to Casper.com for sponsoring another one of my videos! Endcard Links: Randomizer Rocket: https://goo.gl/wH55Kx Simple Chutes: https://goo.gl/vWeCxn N64 Rocket Controller: https://goo.gl/AnNBG2 Rocket Igniters: http://bit.ly/RocketIgniters Next Video: How To Make Fire-Resistant Rocket Wadding (For Pennies) : https://goo.gl/oFwoCu Previous Video: Thunder Caps: https://goo.gl/0XJpO1 See What Else I’m Up To: Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBTheKingOfRandom Instagram: https://goo.gl/C0Q1YU Pinterest: http://bit.ly/pingrant Business Inquiries: For business and sponsorship inquiries please contact us directly: http://www.youtube.com/thekingofrandom/about FTC Disclaimer: This video was sponsored by Casper. (#ad) WARNING: This video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you assume the responsibility for the results. Although sugar rockets are the slowest burning of all rocket fuels, this project should not be attempted without adult supervision, proper permits, adequate training, and at a location far away from people, property, and anything flammable. Misuse, or careless use, of rocket propellants may result in serious injury, wildfire, and in extreme cases, death. Ignition of an incendiary or explosive material may not be legal in your area. Check local laws and inquire with local rocketry clubs on how to safely make and launch sugar rockets. Have fun, but always think ahead, and remember that every project you try is at YOUR OWN RISK. Music By: Scott & Brendo “Kitten Air” Instrumental iTunes: http://bit.ly/ScottBrendoiTunes YouTube: www.youtube.com/scottandbrendo Project Inspired By: A previous project on making Sugar Rockets (http://bit.ly/RedneckRocketry). I wanted a way to lock and load them into a homemade rocket, so they'd eject a parachute in a way that was light weight for the rocket, but still safe. Project History & More Info: I'm really excited to share my passion for building and launching rockets with completely home-made equipment. In my opinion, it's the best way to learn about how rocketry really works. In a previous project (http://bit.ly/SugarRocket) I made rocket motors using PVC, sugar, kitty litter, and stump remover. They worked so well they made me want to design a rocket they could be used with, and my friend Ritchie Kinmont with http://www.sonicdad.com was instrumental in making that project actually happen. I made this tutorial to be a more comprehensive sugar motor tutorial, going over all the things you'd need to do to make a successful motor that will work with the "Randomizer" rocket, and addressing some of the issues and challenges I've faced in the past with failed attempts. The 'Screw-Lock" version features threaded PVC risers, that allow the motors to quickly be changed, for faster turn-around times, and they have built in ejection charges for popping out the parachute at apogee. I played around with ejection charges in the "Redneck Rocketry" video (http://bit.ly/RedneckRocketry) I realize most people aren't very excited by building rockets, but for those who are, I hope you feel the same sense of wonder and awe as I did in building this series. Most rocket clubs won't let you fly sugar motors, except on special experimental launch days. However, the “Randomizer” rocket can also be used with commercial “Estes” D12-3 and E9-6 black power motors. So if you go with those, there's a good chance they'll let you fly your rocket at any club launch. The rocket can fly over 1,000 feet high, and depending on the winds, can stay in the air for around 5 minutes while it floats back to the ground, so it's important to be super cautious where, and when, you launch to avoid doing any damage. Rockets are not toys, and this video is mainly for educational and demonstrational purposes. If you’re going to attempt making a rocket yourself, I highly suggest you check local laws and inquire with local rocketry clubs on how to safely make and launch them.





Driver Defends Flying Through Streets in Tricked Out VW Bug
A hooked-up Volkswagen Bug with 35-inch wheels flew over hills, sped down residential streets and drove up embankments. The driver careened through neighborhoods and parking lots on a quiet morning in San Diego. Blake Wilkey claims he took all necessary precautions when he got behind the wheel. "We scanned the streets making sure there was no one out and about doing yard work or kids out," he said. He got slapped with 26 violations including reckless driving and conspiring to commit a crime.





Car vs Boeing 747 Engine - Top Gear - BBC
Richard answers that everyday question - can a car survive the thrust of a Boeing 747's engines? A Citreon 2CV and a Ford Mondeo are the test subjects lending a helping hand to find out. Subscribe for more awesome Top Gear videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Topgear Top Gear YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/topgear TopGear.com website: http://www.topgear.com Top Gear Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/topgear Top Gear Twitter: http://twitter.com/BBC_topgear This is a channel from BBC Worldwide who help fund new BBC programmes.




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