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  • Put 'em up see. It's me, Baby Face Jake, see. I'm not gonna...oh...I'm not gonna rob ya! But my crew will.

  • Come on crew. Ahh slippery!

  • This is my crouton.net.

  • Ah a DONG see. Ah see. Whippersnapper see. See DONG run.

  • Run DONG run! Put 'em up ahh see.

  • Ah prohibition see. Oh flappers.

  • Let's box! Ahh the FBI. Director Ness, see.

  • Put up your dukes. Untouchables. It's come to this.

  • Ahh Steven Hawkins. I meant Sean Connery. That's a DONG, something you can do online now guys.

  • Now let's go deeper with Ocean Trench which takes you almost

  • seven miles down.

  • The sunlight zone is where most life in the ocean occurs and is about 130 to 165 feet

  • beneath the surface.

  • It's also the depth of most recreational scuba diving.

  • A little over half a mile down is the end of the sunlight's reach.

  • Even further is the Puerto Rico Trench, where you shouldn't freedive by the way because

  • it's the deepest point in the Atlantic Ocean.

  • You can go all the way down here to see James Cameron who went really deep.

  • The pressure is equal to about 2,191 pounds pushing down on one fingernail.

  • That is uncomfortable.

  • I KNOW!...

  • The world.

  • Type in as many countries as you can.

  • For each one the site gives you information on the capital, primary language spoken, currency,

  • and more.

  • Let's take a look at Argentina.

  • The capital is Buenos Aires, the language is Spanish, and their currency is the peso.

  • And here's a PESOf advice for ya.

  • Go to

  • Isochronic tones.

  • These are sounds emitted at regular intervals that elicit cortical responses in the brain

  • that indicate a person's mental state.

  • The bars are divided into four categories of waves, Delta, Theta, Alpha and Beta.

  • Within each are three sub-categories low, middle, and high.

  • Turn up low delta.

  • If our brain waves synchronized with this periodic stimulus it would potentially induce

  • into a state of deep sleep.

  • Theta, which sounds like this, is associated with a state of reduced consciousness.

  • Alpha is associated with mental and physical relaxation.

  • Beta waves are emitted when we're alert or agitated.

  • But what if you could barely hear at all?

  • Simulate it on hearing like me.

  • This site lets you hear sounds normally, and with mild or moderate hearing loss.

  • It offers a variety of categories like speech, environment, music, and background noise.

  • Let's listen to the piano.

  • Here's what it sounds like with no hearing loss.

  • Here it is at mild.

  • And here it is with moderate.

  • As you can tell there is a drastic difference and it gives us insight into what it might

  • sound like.

  • Speaking of sound, do you hear that clicking?

  • Hopefully, because it leads you to Real-time lightning.

  • This map shows you where lightning struck in the last sixty minutes.

  • The clicks occurs with these little circles appear, indicating a strike.

  • Although this is pretty up to the minute, there is still some delay as the data gets

  • transferred but that amount of time will be indicated up here.

  • The colors of the circles represent how old they are.

  • The yellow ones are the newest and the brown are the oldest.

  • But what about the

  • Red dots?

  • IT DOESN'T MATTER JUST AVOID THEM!

  • Steer with your mouse.

  • The more you maneuver the more points you get.

  • Make sure to pick up the other circles because they give you certain benefits as explained

  • in this legend.

  • Like gravity field, time warp, and life up.

  • So you're pretty good at avoiding, but can you balance?

  • A plate on a stick?

  • Steady...steeeeeadddyy...NO!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Okay let's try again. Ahh! Ya know?

  • Obviously I'm pretty good at this so let's make it harder.

  • Got it.

  • WHOA!

  • Who's throwing spoons at me?

  • That is so rude and I am not in the mood...ica

  • Put it in full screen and stare at this flower while listening to the peaceful sounds of

  • nature.

  • Ahhh.

  • Or listen to fluffy little kittens purring.

  • Meow they say. Meow.

  • Or the wind blowing in a meadow while this bear just chills.

  • And now instead of using our ears, let's use our eyes to check out DUST.

  • A really cool YouTube channel made by one of our close Vsauce friends that features short science fiction films.

  • There are a lot of amazing special effects and recognizable actors so go check it out. There's a link down in the description and this one is probably my favorite.

  • Links to all the DONGs can be found in the description below. There's a playlist right here.

  • Filled with DONGs. Oh hey guys, what do ya guys got?

  • I've got Inq. Inq the octopus. Inq is short for inquisitive. And if your inquisitive you probably already know about the Curiosity Box.

  • Which I am holding right here and cradling like a new born baby

  • because this is the brand new Curiosity Box number 4.

  • It's cool. It's full of amazing stuff that will grow your mind. It's good for other minds because a portion of the sales goes to Alzheimer's research.

  • If you wanna see what's in it, hint hint, this shirt for instance.

  • Mathematical, Vsauce-ical. But how does it work? What's it really showing you?

  • Well Jake's got an unboxing video that we're all in you should go check out now. If you don't like spoilers

  • Just watch the beginning because it's more time with us.

  • So check it out. There will be a link in the description. Probably also right above Michael's head where the DONG playlist is.

  • Click that LINQ

  • We have fun around here. Totally know what that means.

  • Hey, and as always, thanks for watching.

Put 'em up see. It's me, Baby Face Jake, see. I'm not gonna...oh...I'm not gonna rob ya! But my crew will.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/30
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