Which Way Will the Water Go? (ft. Steve Mould)- Smarter Every Day 226

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  • Steve is a really smart guy if you ignore the British accent" **angry tea clink noises**

    T3 TedwardsT3 Tedwards7 aylar önce
    • Mad British Noises:*you bloody what mate*

      GamerJDGamerJDGün önce
    • we're british!

      JamesKatyHarryBea NightingaleJamesKatyHarryBea NightingaleAylar önce
    • @David Taylor I wasn't raised that way, it just does :/

      qwertyqwertyAylar önce
    • @Cam Kind *stupid gun-slinging America noises intensifies*

      qwertyqwertyAylar önce
    • @Antonio Guerrero that's what they mean, not Scotland Wales and ni

      qwertyqwertyAylar önce
  • I hope there's no politically correct snowflakes here 😬

    Kody NishKody Nish13 saatler önce
  • My mind was blown with the second one

    2nd HaLf2nd HaLf18 saatler önce
  • I’m in High School physics and I could’ve explained this to him

    Nic StranneNic StranneGün önce
  • Steve Mould is getting bold

    Ein BadnerEin Badner2 gün önce
  • I wonder if it would be possible to postprocess the images, rotating each frame so that the spout stays stationary - what would the water trail look like (the pathlines)?

    Jakub NarębskiJakub Narębski2 gün önce
  • Omg the music you played when you did the slow Mo footage crept me out... Idk why but I thought it was creepy music.

    hexxic MChexxic MC3 gün önce
  • Yes the velocity is pointed slightly "forward" but if you did the math for an arbitrarily small change in time, the perpendicular distance between the end point and the exiting water molecules will always be greater than or equal to zero(taking negative as the forward direction). Due to conservation of angular momentum, the tangential velocity of the water droplets will always be less than that of the tip right?

    wwebadgersewwebadgerse3 gün önce
    • In simpler terms, the tangential velocity of the water droplet at the end will always be less than or equal to the tangential velocity of the tip. So its always trailing?

      wwebadgersewwebadgerse3 gün önce
  • before i watch the rest of the video, i think the water particle is going to be moving with the speed of rotation of the triangle thing and gravity + air is gonna give resistance so it's gonna be like launching in a 45* direction???? u know what i mean

    1998guys :D1998guys :D3 gün önce
  • Sideways?

    KnivssKnivss3 gün önce
  • This almost broke my brain

    Bujju BabbuBujju Babbu4 gün önce
  • Dude, he's smarter and far more knowledgeable than you. Just shut up and listen.

    DanielDaniel5 gün önce
  • It forms a logarithmic curve, but individual drops travel in a straight line. Interesting

    Fast TurtlesFast Turtles5 gün önce
  • the thumbnail is such a click-bait.

    The Reaper ProductionThe Reaper Production5 gün önce
  • The question was "what does the snapshot look like?"

    rayraymartineziiirayraymartineziii6 gün önce
  • 3:01 Poor Destin. His brain confused.

    Zman44444Zman444446 gün önce
  • So fascinating!

    JustAnotherPersonJustAnotherPerson6 gün önce
  • Isn’t this a demonstration of the coriolis effect?

    Gregory HouseGregory House6 gün önce
  • what would happen if we spint faster than the velocity of water from the nozzle? Tangential velocity of nozzle greater than velocity of the water flowing out.

    TejasTejas6 gün önce
  • it teached me that is not about getting smarter, but is about getting mentally opened every day! than the colors shine more into your eyes...

    ShaoLeanShaoLean6 gün önce
  • Hey destin.... this is the best video so far.... except from shooting the schlrin videos

    Matthew SmithMatthew Smith7 gün önce
  • 7:52 was i the only one who for some reason got really scared/freaked out over the music?

    Mads BraadMads Braad9 gün önce
  • This is a great example for the coriolis effect. It should've been mentioned.

    Chirantha KurukulasuriyaChirantha Kurukulasuriya9 gün önce
  • I mean, isn't this just the Coriolis effect?

    literally a fucking spoonliterally a fucking spoon10 gün önce
  • I like how you each had a half of the full description. This is my favourite type of misunderstanding, where you can learn to communicate how something works from multiple viewpoints, and isolated vs general effects.

    James ThomasJames Thomas11 gün önce
  • I WAS RIGHT BEFORE SEEING THE SLOW MO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ty DotsonTy Dotson11 gün önce
  • Takes a dam# strong character to 1st-- recognize a wall of arrogance --- 2admit it.3 teach it. 4 work on it. You can't better ones self if you don't acknowledge shortcomings. Awesome D.

    Brad SchneiderBrad Schneider11 gün önce
  • I was right on the first, but wrong on the second. My brain told me I was an idiot after that.

    Lucas PatrickLucas Patrick12 gün önce
  • HOW???

    The diary of Fharish AhmedThe diary of Fharish Ahmed12 gün önce
  • No British people aren't smart at all it's not like they invented the computer started and lead the industrial revolution and were the only country in the entire world who could actually could tell if the first lunar missions were a success or not (yes NASA at the start of the Apollo missions couldn't tell if they had actually had a problem or that it was a success).

    William NorthWilliam North12 gün önce
  • Funnily enough a simple physics video has one of the most important phylisophical conclusions for mankind - instead of fighting learning how to communicate is most important! (and be aware of the ego)

    unitedunited13 gün önce
  • That life lesson in the end of the video was wow!

    Dheeraj SuvarnaDheeraj Suvarna13 gün önce
  • Anyone who has taken a Classical Mechanics course knows this 🙂

    Samuel AguSamuel Agu13 gün önce
  • how does inertia play a role in this?

    AestheticallyAesthetically13 gün önce
  • *THE DESTIN EFFECT*

    DamianDamian15 gün önce
  • My brain just blew up

    Paul GraberPaul Graber15 gün önce
  • Welcome to the world of inertia. The situation didn't actually change between the two experiments. Just the perspective of observation changed! I'm surprised that you don't mention that, since your channel name suggests to learn something. I would be happy to see that you also provide some sound explanations to your observations. In the end, it boils down to a very trivial phenomenon for a physicist. But it might be a valuable to explain certain aspects to other people.

    Kai StutzKai Stutz15 gün önce
  • I'm very unsure if I know what I'm talking about, but I think the totally non-intuitive behavior that we're seeing with the water here is related to why the Gemini astronauts had so many problems with their first rendezvous. Anyone who is more in-the-know about this, please correct me if I'm wrong! :)

    Dan AndersonDan Anderson16 gün önce
  • His shirt literally says "Be Nice"

    Brendan WrightBrendan Wright17 gün önce
  • Trippn

    ChowZebChowZeb17 gün önce
  • 9:03 I think that's because we're subconsciously measuring the water's movement wrt the device and are inadvertently becoming a part of a non intertial frame of reference (the rotating device), then the coriolis effect kicks in

    Prabhanjan SahooPrabhanjan Sahoo17 gün önce
  • You are smart, that's given. But humility to admit your mistake? That's impressive. Kudos, man!

    Jonal PanJonal Pan18 gün önce
  • I think it depends on what coordinate system you are using. Both views give you same answer.

    CepheidCepheid19 gün önce
  • Lol I’m so glad Destin took the time to say he was wrong and misunderstood the guy that shows how good of a guy he is

    Devon OrrDevon Orr19 gün önce
  • The water isn’t getting flung out. The position where the water is leaving the tube is changing. That is why the stream curves. It is following the path in which it was traveling when it left the tube and that position is always changing. Nothing is being flung reeeeee

    Woohaaawoo NigggsssjuniorWoohaaawoo Nigggsssjunior19 gün önce
    • I don’t understand how I am the only one that sees this. There is no force pushing the water forward. It is just leaving the tube at different time intervals

      Woohaaawoo NigggsssjuniorWoohaaawoo Nigggsssjunior19 gün önce
  • Very cool experiment! I would never have guessed that. Very humble observation, we engineers think we know everything, and it's always good to be humble sometimes.

    GabrielGabriel19 gün önce
  • didn't even explain it, dickhead

    jonjojonjo23 gün önce
  • Is this an example of amplified inertia and canceled inertia? Water flowing out versus water flowing in, against inertia?

    Eric BurdickEric Burdick25 gün önce
  • Wait that’s illegal

    X æ 12 !X æ 12 !25 gün önce
  • Is it possible to try that to a M134 minigun rotary with slowmo? 🤣💥

    aldin lunaaldin luna25 gün önce
  • What if it is sound instead of water?

    lok ho konglok ho kong26 gün önce
  • I personally think, it's not a question of "language" but a question of "coordinateesystem." Steve was describing the effect always relative to the rotating arms of the contraption. You on the other side were describing the events from a stationary coordinateesystem (where the base of the contraption would be in). So you're both right and but due to the different coordinate systems both of you thought, the other one is wrong.

    AliSot 2000AliSot 200027 gün önce
  • My son and I were watching this video for the umpteenth time when we noticed something and had some questions. Watching the slo-mo of the water emerging from the inwardly-angled tubes (at 7:52), it appears that the streams of water curve to make arcs. We wondered whether these were arcs of circles, or arcs of spirals? Does that change as a function of the speed, or the acceleration, of rotation? If so, is there a particular speed, or acceleration, that will produce the arc of a circle? How about the arc of a golden spiral? Does anyone here have the math/physics chops to address these questions? My six-year-old and I would love to know. Thanks, to both of you, for all the great content. And thanks to all the commenters for the great discussion!

    Anthony VecchioneAnthony Vecchione28 gün önce
  • 1:01 that is a evil laugh haha jk He is lovely chap

    Ranveer singh SanghaRanveer singh Sangha29 gün önce
  • another way ksp helps

    Ludwig 234Ludwig 234Aylar önce
  • 7:50 what song it is?

    Hariom TiwariHariom TiwariAylar önce
  • nice self reflecting words as your conclusion of what you learned, maybe even more important than the physical knowledge you've gathered from this experiment. great videos!

    efes jotefes jotAylar önce
  • I think the second one would have trailed behind if it spun fast enough. I think it looked like it was going forward because the water was coming out of the piper faster than the pipe was rotating

    Ben FletcherBen FletcherAylar önce
  • Make a software version of this, I want to play with this at home please

    Alexander PetkovAlexander PetkovAylar önce
  • Another video that showcases the European supremacy over Muricans 😂😂😂

    Jakub HerbuśJakub HerbuśAylar önce
  • I caught on just before the answer and paused

    Eric ChatmanEric ChatmanAylar önce
  • Wow....

    M Torque EnterpriseM Torque EnterpriseAylar önce
  • when Steve said: it's called Mould Effect, did you jealous of him? ^_^

    John SnowJohn SnowAylar önce
  • Only the most clear mind can say: I was stupid. and explain the reason. Destin really made himself unstopable smarter everyday.

    John SnowJohn SnowAylar önce
  • I have a feeling that Adobe figured out this before.

    Ashley Jay TannaAshley Jay TannaAylar önce
  • dude thats best vid ive seen for a while maybe because i thought the same that you it should be going other way but..... ;D

    Mika SepiMika SepiAylar önce
  • Wish I had a job that let me travel to London just to play with a sprinkler

    Game HavenGame HavenAylar önce
  • When he said it would go in front of the nosel with the first sprinkler is like saying you can bend a bullet

    Alex HummelAlex HummelAylar önce
  • Really of course! Like trying to curve abullit always following the direct axis from the fulcrum

    Mark RobinsonMark RobinsonAylar önce
  • If i thought this through correctly, the final contraption starts for low speeds with a curve preceding the pipes as shown in the video, but as one raises the rotation speeds the air resistance proportional to v^2 would slow down the water in the angular direction, while our powered pipes keep the same speed, meaning our (illusionary) curve would at the nostril preceed the pipes and then curve backwards going behind the pipes. For even higher speeds the preceeding part of the curve would get smaller and smaller until it basically would constantly lag behind the pipes entirely (or evaporate on contact with air, whatever comes first). In conclusion Eestin had the right idea, but said it in reverse. So I guess we need another collaboration with a rocket powered spinner to prove his point.

    Elren1900Elren1900Aylar önce
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