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  • Hey, the sauce, Michael.

  • Jake here.

  • And we are very glad that you were here.

  • What's going on?

  • Well, it's our very first be sauce YouTube, Lifestream.

  • They said it couldn't be done, but actually, the technology's been possible for years.

  • And now you've jumped on.

  • Um and we're going to be answering questions today.

  • We're going to be hey, showing you the inner contents of our brains and our minds.

  • Ask questions over Twitter.

  • Send them to at tweet sauce at the sauce to at the sauce.

  • Three numeral two and three.

  • And now description, though.

  • Yeah, yeah, perfect.

  • Easy.

  • And then also, Kevin is not normally this flat.

  • He is joining us from Pennsylvania.

  • He just is that dedicated.

  • And, uh, we're also gonna be unboxing the latest curiosity box, which is amazing.

  • It's full of science.

  • We're gonna be doing some of those experiments.

  • But first things first.

  • The most asked question.

  • I'm just gonna get to it because the most asked question is, why has Michael forsaken us?

  • Where's the video wins?

  • The new video coming.

  • Well, if you're watching this live stream right now, you're gonna get you're gonna get a sneak peek, and you're gonna get some 411 as the kids say.

  • So I've been obviously, uh, doing the brain candy tour, taking science and the sauce all around the country.

  • We've got more of that coming.

  • And while I was doing that, I was working on a whole series I'm going to do about should I say dimensions, space, the nature of space and the nature of how little or much of it we live in.

  • The first episode is about Earth.

  • We're all familiar with Earth, and I've been doing a lot of calculations.

  • Research and I'm working with Eric are brilliant visual effects guy on some really cool things I wanted to show you, but we couldn't make that work, especially the computer so far away.

  • I can't even reach to play anything, so you'll have to just you'll just have to wait.

  • My hope is that it comes out during.

  • Vidcon also got a really exciting dong episode coming out then, and you know, I appreciate everyone's patience.

  • I'm doing dong episodes really frequently, but the the sauce one episodes are like my passion on a plate.

  • It's what I've been obsessed with.

  • It's what I've just read 12 books about, and I think it's worth it.

  • I think that tackling subjects, even if it takes a while, takes a lot of talking with experts to make sure everything's right and everything's kind of novel.

  • And it's not just, Hey, I Googled this and here's what Wikipedia said.

  • I think that's worth it.

  • But that said, We've got the dawn channel that's full of content and I don't want to say too much else about the Siri's that's coming.

  • But you know how I did like a lot of videos about infinity for awhile?

  • Well, just you wait.

  • I can't even tell you what I'm doing this summer, but I really hope it's going to open my mind to things that have never been seen, shown or felt.

  • That's all I can say.

  • You're also probably wondering what this box is in front of me.

  • I'm gonna get to this before I actually get to questions.

  • This was made by a great guy named Mitchell.

  • He gave it to me at Brain Candy, and it's a jack in the box, but what could be inside of it?

  • Well, I'll just turn this music's playing, but it's kind of quite you might not be able to hear it.

  • It just popped open, but But I'm kind of stuck.

  • Hello?

  • Hey, it's Michael the Jack in the box.

  • How beautiful is that?

  • Have you seen this, Kevin?

  • No, E.

  • I think that kind of a story of my life.

  • But let's start with some questions.

  • The 1st 1 I want to get too came from Twitter even before the Lifestream started.

  • And the question waas Ooh, let's just let's just dive into, Um What?

  • What would our channel's taste like if they were actually sauces?

  • You can you can.

  • Here's what I'd like to do.

  • I'd like us to say what sauce our channel is.

  • That's like a real sausage.

  • Okay, so if there had to be a condiment that already exists that was renamed the sauce one be sauce, too.

  • And the sauce.

  • Three.

  • But would it be, um, who wants to start?

  • Because I didn't prepare an answer.

  • I mean, I'll go for it.

  • I'll start, and I hope I'm not stealing anyone Sauce.

  • I would go with the nice hollandaise sauce.

  • Tell me why it's it's rich and creamy and satisfying, but also probably not very good.

  • for you have a lot of, um but yeah, I just really like I'm the holidays with the first thing that came to mind.

  • It seems a little bit more of an obscure one because no one's ever just like boy wants a hollandaise sauce right now.

  • Yeah.

  • You don't really dip stuff in hollandaise.

  • You cover things days.

  • The question came from Super Deck 64 By the way, Declan Murphy.

  • Thanks for the question, Kevin.

  • What sauce in the real world is the sauce too?

  • Well, I think sweet and sour would be sauce too.

  • You know, like toe Blake.

  • Like hopeful messages with, like, a little bit of sadness.

  • So I think you get the sweet and you get the sour.

  • So I think he saw two covers those two elements of the human experience.

  • I like that taste experience.

  • I like that a lot because I think that sweet and sour sauce is a dipping sauce.

  • You condemn things in it, but you could also marinate things in it.

  • So it's both exciting for a second and exciting live in.

  • Okay, the sauce one.

  • I'm ominous.

  • Say brown sauce.

  • Good old hp brown sauce.

  • It's more common in the UK and the Commonwealth.

  • But it's basically people will say I'm not describing it well, but it's like a ketchup with a whole lot more vinegar, and it's brown.

  • So it's like this very adult kind of taste, like it kind of tastes like maybe an old man, my, I don't know, but also it's very serious, but it's fun.

  • Whenever I see that this brown sauce around, I get very excited.

  • I eat too much, and I hope that's how people feel about the sauce.

  • They're excited when things happen, and then they overboard and they, but they don't regret it.

  • All right, thank you for that question.

  • Declan Murphy.

  • It is just 10 minutes into the live stream, which means it's time for us to take out the first item from the curiosity box.

  • This has been going on for almost a year.

  • Yeah, it'll be a year.

  • But next month tell us, Jake, about what Curiosity boxes.

  • So they arrested Boxes Way have been working on for a really long time, and it's a quarterly subscription box filled with science experiments, science toys, books, T shirts, stickers, just fun things that we all really like.

  • And what's really cool about it is that everything in here, besides the book was was created by us.

  • That's right, yeah, yeah, assumes we start writing books like four books a year that it'll only be our books, but the sauce videos air great, and I think I'll probably make them for my entire life, but they're only auditory and visual.

  • This is tactile, and it's even smell, smell, a vision.

  • Sometimes you get all your other senses wrapped around science.

  • So take that passive experience with video watching.

  • It makes it something that you can share with others visit exactly.

  • So what I want to do is look at just one of the items.

  • First, a T shirt that came in the box that you concurrently get.

  • A curiosity box dot com.

  • It is a mathematical T shirt.

  • It's my favorite of all the talk too much about it.

  • Yeah, let's let's knife this open.

  • This is the safest way to do it.

  • This is literally how the box arrives at your doorstep.

  • It's It's heavy.

  • Yeah, and it has these Cool.

  • You probably cool Question works on the tape.

  • One thing we should mention is that a portion of the proceeds from every box goes to alternate research.

  • That's right, Yeah, we've worked with the Alzheimer's Alzheimer's charities for a long time.

  • And man, uh, how how cool is that been like?

  • And how perfect is it for the box?

  • Like the box is all about brain your brain health.

  • We're giving you stimulation that super smart and it inspires you explore.

  • But also all the money goes not just to Alzheimer's charities but Alzheimer's research specifically.

  • All right, here we go.

  • I'm gonna cut this seal off, and I think it's a map earlier.

  • By the next box, we should be at $100,000 donated.

  • That's amazing.

  • That's amazing.

  • Thank you guys for supporting the curiosity box, and it's caused.

  • Both put science in people's hands and also help Alzheimer's research.

  • It's not just about people who are at risk or currently have Alzheimer's.

  • It's gonna help us learn all about all of our brains.

  • Here comes the opening of the box.

  • I'll open it so that you can pretend it's Whoa, Look at that.

  • It's an octopus named Ink, which is short for Kevin.

  • It is not short for short for inquisitive inquisitive.

  • Very right There.

  • There is a physical.

  • There's a small version of them.

  • Yeah, that actually came in a previous box, too.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay, So what is this?

  • Right on top?

  • Curiosity magazine?

  • That's right.

  • We right articles and things that we find really cool that you're not ever gonna find in a video.

  • Like Kevin wrote about the fake rubber you chew if you want to steal this screen shot now and that's what you get.

  • Okay, Jake, open the T shirt for me.

  • Your T shirt.

  • Boxing.

  • One cool thing of these boxes that there was an image that's gonna change, actually for the next one.

  • But in this current one, there's an image on every side that makes a larger image in total.

  • But here's the shirt.

  • Let's open it up.

  • Wow.

  • Mathematical.

  • So, what's going on here, Michael?

  • What are you looking?

  • Well, let me hold it and see if I could bring it closer to the camera wearing Kevin's wearing the shirt.

  • There you go.

  • What a great fit.

  • Oh, my gosh.

  • The sauce makes the best option.

  • Does does the tag literally savy sauce.

  • And actually, there is no scratchy tag.

  • Wow, we must be expert.

  • So this this T shirt isn't just a fun design that makes the be Sauce V.

  • It is an example of what's called a modular times table.

  • We've got numbers one through 40 around a circle clockwise, and then each number is connected by a straight line to what it is.

  • Times four.

  • So the number one is connected to four.

  • The number two is connected to eight.

  • There's a line between three and 12 and so on, and this can continue as long as you want.

  • If you get all the way up to 40 you could just start pretending that the number one is 41 draw a new line.

  • We didn't need that many, but amazingly cool shapes come out of this on dhe.

  • Kevin and I played around like for half a day, trying to find one that kind of looked like visas logo, and we found that one through 40 on a circle using the four times table looks like a V and V sauce, and that's in yellow here.

  • And does this glow in the dark, this one who it doesn't glow in the dark, but future.

  • Sure, it's might So anyway, what I love about it is it's not just cool looking and look at the cool logo.

  • But when people ask you what it's about, you have an opportunity to teach them the wonders of modular multiplication like that's a slam dunk that is okay.

  • So any other comments about shirts that I think you also remember because Frank's magazine all about it here?

  • So we wrote.

  • You can see this.

  • Can you just get what?

  • Zoom in on the guy wearing the shirt for a second?

  • Oh, wow, What a good looking.

  • That's because people we could take it back.

  • Jake is in the magazine.

  • A lot of love me yet.

  • There's a lot of there's a lot of cute fashion shots of us, if you like that kind of thing.

  • And, yeah, Kevin's right.

  • The explanation is in the magazine.

  • So what we love about the boxes that it's not just physics, toys and tools and stuff, but you actually get what we think is a better explanation of the items that you could get anywhere else, or even if you search online for a long time.

  • Um, also, I wanted to say that, um, I'm gonna be describing the math behind the shirt in my next video, which, like I said, we'll be coming out at the end of next week while I'm at Vidcon.

  • Very excited for that one, and I can't wait.

  • It is part of a serious I've actually written two episodes already in the series.

  • So once once the once the first script is like where I want it to be that I could film both.

  • And 2nd 1 involves mirrors.

  • You may say how our mirrors related to how much of earth you can see it once.

  • Well, stay tuned.

  • Yeah, I can't wait.

  • Um, all right, now we're gonna get to other things in the box.

  • But the next thing I wanted to do is challenge you guys to some lateral thinking puzzles.

  • And remember all of you out watching Submit questions.

  • You want us to answer on Twitter at tweet sauce at the sauce three numeral three at the sauce to numeral two, and we'll get to those after this.

  • But I was looking through my bookshelf this morning and I found this book that I have not opened since I was in middle school, and it's full of riddles that require you to think laterally.

  • Okay.

  • It's not like you have to do a bunch of math to figure it out.

  • You have to dive down or up.

  • You just have to dive out and figure out what could really be meant by the puzzle.

  • All right?

  • No, I really have not opened this since I got it.

  • So I'm just gonna randomly find one, Okay?

  • A man sat perfectly still for 88 hours.

  • Why, mmm.

  • A man sat perfectly still for 88 hours.

  • Why?

  • Let's see how many days is 88 hours.

  • It's It's, like, not even your number of days.

  • Three hours of 72 So, yeah, it's an additional 16.

  • Are they all in a row?

  • It sounds like they're in a row.

  • So he sat still for 88 hours.

  • A NATO street?

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, it does say straight.

  • Let me make sure.

  • No, it doesn't.

  • Separately for 88 hours.

  • Oh, yes.