Clock Escapement Marble Gate (23:06) ~ Wintergatan by JasonCarswell in engineering

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What an intricate mechanism. The synchronization between the clock escapement and the marble gate is mesmerizing. It is amazing to see how engineering and creativity come together in such a beautiful way. I could watch this for hours.

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In case you missed it: Wintergatan's Marble Machine X has progressed to the point where it can now make programmable (vibraphone) music by VantaFount in engineering

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In case you missed it: Wintergatan's Marble Machine X has progressed to the point where it can now make programmable (vibraphone) music by VantaFount in engineering

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You're not wrong.
You're merely a bastard.

Project Binky - Melding an Austin Mini body with a Toyota Celica engine/transmission. (sort of) A 6+ year ongoing project in engineering by a small team of Monty Python dorks. by VantaFount in engineering

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Race-mixing should be legal, but Nazis who have Asian girlfriends are hypocrites.

Make vacuum pre-loaded spherical air bearings without special tools by VantaFount in engineering

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Americans love immorality and tyranny and make up any fact to justify their sins and bootlicking.

Americans scream immorality is wonderful because the USA never had churches before today.

Americans say tyranny is fantastic because the US had TSA groping in 1776.

In case you missed it: Wintergatan's Marble Machine X has progressed to the point where it can now make programmable (vibraphone) music by VantaFount in engineering

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Americans think that they'll be safe from tyranny by joining the Gestapo, but the traitors will need to live with their consciences. Will you kill your family and friends?

What happened to Nazi war criminals?

What happened to the rich doctors in Cambodia in 1975?

No one is safe in a police state.

Amazing Small-Scale House Construction by Optimus85 in engineering

[–]Bonib 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The Soviet Union failed.

Liberty doesn't mean freedom from hunger and insults.

Liberty means the absence of government.

If you give the government the power to provide Obamacare and arrest people for hate speech then you are giving power to the state to tax you and take away free speech.

There is no free lunch.

Use personal responsibility and the voluntary free market to solve problems.

The government is force.

Scientists, Grifters, and the Search for Perpetual Motion by ruperttaylor in engineering

[–]Bonib 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Maybe the globalists are promoting immorality because the immoral are more easier to blackmail and control.

You can easily convince the immoral to commit atrocities.

AMAZING VIDEO! Man Lifts 20 Ton Block By Hand? by carn0ld03 in engineering

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Maybe people lived before Jesus showed up, but people didn't know the right path and God had to destroy the world every few years.

Jesus brought the rules on how to get to Heaven.

Making a GOOGOL:1 Reduction with Lego Gears by Optimus85 in engineering

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Everything is illegal, everyone is a criminal, everyone is under surveillance 24/7, and no one cares.

Living in a police state means that you must live in dread of being arrested. You can't help feeling hopeless.

BBC How They Dug the Victoria Line by Optimus85 in engineering

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Americans scream freedom isn't real, but do you think arresting protesters is freedom?

Would you say lockdowns, mandatory vaccines, banning free speech, closing churches, outlawing guns, forfeiture, TSA groping, checkpoints, wiretapping, torture, and extrajudicial assasination are freedom or tyranny?

The Silver Bridge disaster by Optimus85 in engineering

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Americans say Libertarians are homosexuals, but bootlickers are real men.

Forth as programming language for engineers by [deleted] in engineering

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Americans say that the USA has never won a war.

Why New Aircraft Engine Ideas Rarely Succeed (22 minutes) by Tiwaking in engineering

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The Soviet Union failed.

Liberty doesn't mean freedom from hunger and insults.

Liberty means the absence of government.

If you give the government the power to provide Obamacare and arrest people for hate speech then you are giving power to the state to tax you and take away free speech.

There is no free lunch.

Use personal responsibility and the voluntary free market to solve problems.

The government is force.

Elon Musk's Dugout Loop - The Disaster That Almost Happened (14 minutes) by Tiwaking in engineering

[–]Bonib 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Americans used to hate criminals and the homeless, but now every American is a criminal and soon every American will be homeless.

CTO vs VP of Engineering: Who Do You Need? by lucasksiazkiewicz in engineering

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Americans say South Korea is a free country.

The Insane Engineering of James Webb Telescope (31 minutes) by Tiwaking in engineering

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Americans scream judges are holy gods, but courts have upheld or refuse to hear cases about slavery, segregation, concentration camps, checkpoints, curfews, protest bans, closing churches, reporter arrests, gun bans, NSA wiretapping, torture, and extrajudicial assassination.

You have no rights.

The US is not a democracy.

The Brilliant Engineering of Mecanum Wheels! by Tiwaking in engineering

[–]Bonib 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Everything is illegal, everyone is a criminal, everyone is under surveillance 24/7, and no one cares.

Living in a police state means that you must live in dread of being arrested. You can't help feeling hopeless.

Repairing Underground Power Cables Is Nearly Impossible (13:33) ~ Practical Engineering by JasonCarswell in engineering

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The globalists will easily be able to hire Americans to enforce the law because the 99% will be forced to eat bugs and the Gestapo will be treated better.

Why Don't Buildings Blow Over? (10 minutes) by Tiwaking in engineering

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The destruction of the USA is certain in the near future because the elites have crossed all the lines and closed all the doors.

You have no choice. You must fight.

Bowden Cable Marble Gate - Martin vs The Machine Week 5 Summary (16:45) ~ Wintergatan by JasonCarswell in engineering

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Americans shrug if the elites start WWIII, but Americans lose their minds to hear that some planes are nuke-proof.

Why This Korean Stadium Will Be A Game Changer For Football (7 minutes) by Tiwaking in engineering

[–]Bonib 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The globalists are banning travel, cars, farms, guns, cash, books, churches, protests, trials, elections, property rights, and businesses.

The elites want you to eat bugs and rent clothes and Americans say everything is just fine.

Mini Gasoline Engine Build - 1000 Hours in 15 Minutes by Optimus85 in engineering

[–]Bonib 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Making plans is difficult when you live in a police state.

Everything is illegal.

You are not allowed to go outside. You don't know if you can buy a house because you don't know if the government will close your business.

You are not allowed to travel or escape.

The state can indefinitely detain you without trial, grope you, kill you, torture you, or destroy or steal your property at any time. You are not allowed to have free speech, the government wiretaps you, you cannot go to church, and you cannot own a gun.

Americans are now just slaves like North Koreans are.

This pistonless engine runs on hydrogen and revs to 25k rpm by Optimus85 in engineering

[–]Bonib 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Life is a test.

If God destroyed evil then there would be no free will and no need for Earth or Hell.

PIEEG: Turn a Raspberry Pi into a Brain-Computer-Interface to measure biosignals. arXiv:2201.02228 by ronbaska in engineering

[–]Bonib 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The world used to be divided up in small societies like Navajo tribes or the Amish.

Later the European Union was started and was sold as a world with free trade, no borders, and a single currency.

The problem is that the world now has a global government. The diversity among homosexuals, Christians, Buddhists, and Muslims then gets crushed and the world becomes like North Korea where you can't escape.

The $11BN Megaproject That's Dividing Europe (The B1M - 6 minutes) by Tiwaking in engineering

[–]Bonib 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Everything is illegal, you have no rights, you are under surveillance 24/7, and no one cares.

Living in a police state is just hopeless and you must constantly dread having your door kicked in by the Gestapo.

There was a time when you didn't need a driver license to drive. Later you needed a driver license and the police needed probable cause to stop you. You then needed to give your fingerprints to drive. Now no one can go outside because everyone is under house arrest.

The elites have covered all the bases and closed all the doors.

The globalists kill or blackmail constitution friendly judges. The ruling class uses FISA courts. The government just does whatever it wants- law or no law, constitution or not.

The 1% gives campaign donations and cushy job promises to politicians, hacks election machines, and forges ballots to install their candidates.

The elites control the media, Hollywood, Wall Street, and the government.

WY Notary Stamp for Wyoming Notary Public - Rectangular Notary Stamp by acornsales in engineering

[–]Bonib 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Tyranny isn't when someone tells you to be moral. Tyranny is when the government arrests you for getting a tattoo.

See Thru Liquid Piston Rotary Engine - In Slow Motion (13:30) ~ Warped Perception by JasonCarswell in engineering

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Good stuff!

See Thru Liquid Piston Rotary Engine - In Slow Motion (13:30) ~ Warped Perception by JasonCarswell in engineering

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Good stuff!

See Thru Liquid Piston Rotary Engine - In Slow Motion (13:30) ~ Warped Perception by JasonCarswell in engineering

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Wankles are the engines of the future. And they always will be.

See Thru Liquid Piston Rotary Engine - In Slow Motion (13:30) ~ Warped Perception by JasonCarswell in engineering

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Here's a good related video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3HBAvkc4a0

There's also some cool new electric motors out there recently. A significant improvement to electrical motors could change the world because so much modern tech is based around them.

See Thru Liquid Piston Rotary Engine - In Slow Motion (13:30) ~ Warped Perception by JasonCarswell in engineering

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See Thru Liquid Piston Rotary Engine - In Slow Motion (13:30) ~ Warped Perception by JasonCarswell in engineering

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I have owned a '93 RX-7 and a 2004 RX-8, those were really fun cars, damn apex seals don't last long though.

See Thru Liquid Piston Rotary Engine - In Slow Motion (13:30) ~ Warped Perception by JasonCarswell in engineering

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Wankel.

See Thru Liquid Piston Rotary Engine - In Slow Motion (13:30) ~ Warped Perception by JasonCarswell in engineering

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Yeah this is really sick, I read about this. Always been a fan of the rotary engine, and this fixes some major issues

Russian Army truck maintenance by jet199 in engineering

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There is a huge operational level implication in this. If the Russian Army was too corrupt to exercise a Pantsir-S1. They were too corrupt to exercise the trucks & wheeled AFV's now in Ukraine.

Thats quite interesting! Maintenance is very important. It seems the Russians neglected to do proper maintenance on their vehicles.

Tesla Turbine | The interesting physics behind it (9 minutes) by Tiwaking in engineering

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I wonder what kind of material, theoretically, could be used to put this turbine to use. It would be the greatest thing ever if we could get a strong enough material to make the platters.

The Fastest train ever built | The complete physics of it by Optimus85 in engineering

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A follow up documentary about the Magnetic Levitation Train: Japan’s $64BN Gamble on Levitating Bullet Trains Explained https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_dzK9ykGyc (9 minutes)

China Builds World's Largest Dam | 10-Year Engineering Project (8:03) ~ Quantum Tech HD by JasonCarswell in engineering

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I knew a guy who worked in China 20 or so years ago and he said that the Chinese are great at copying and making things cheaper, but they are not good innovators. Something in their culture steers them that way. Maybe they are trying to change.

China Builds World's Largest Dam | 10-Year Engineering Project (8:03) ~ Quantum Tech HD by JasonCarswell in engineering

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I asked a Chinese engineer why China didn't manufacture civilian aircraft. He said he didn't know but if they did he wouldn't fly in one.

Buckminster Fuller: The Man Who Saw The Future | Random Thursday (11:32) ~ Joe Scott by JasonCarswell in engineering

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Three takeaway thoughts:

1) I didn't know geodesic domes get stronger the bigger they get. TIL.

2) I wonder what Bucky would have thought of Earthships and Apteras.

3) I wonder it might be worth revisiting the Dymaxion house project with a free/libré open-source crowd-source development model.

This video was nice but barely scratched the surface of Bucky.

What happens after a city removes a freeway? (11:08) ~ City Beautiful by JasonCarswell in engineering

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I have never seen a new road that fixed anything. The traffic seems to fill them up no matter how many lanes there are.

The $7BN Megaproject to Save Venice (8:18) ~ Tomorrow's Build by JasonCarswell in engineering

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It seems they're only a couple months old with 11 videos.

The $7BN Megaproject to Save Venice (8:18) ~ Tomorrow's Build by JasonCarswell in engineering

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I love B1M, I can't believe I didn't know about this channel. Thanks!!

The $100BN Railway in the Desert (9:16) ~ The B1M by JasonCarswell in engineering

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Waste of money, buy hydrogen

How THIS aircraft could revolutionise Aviation! (20:54) ~ Mentour Pilot by JasonCarswell in engineering

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See also:
Meet the Celera 500L (Flies Faster, Farther, Higher, Cheaper) (8:29) ~ MarlinTheAviator, Aug 30, 2020

LIMS2-AMBIDEX mechanical design (1:29) ~ IRIM Lab Koreatech by JasonCarswell in engineering

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I fucking love the 2-DOF Virtual Roling Joint!!!

It's perfect for a part of my epic story.

The Engines of the Titanic by Optimus85 in engineering

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I don't like double posting as well but s/engineering is a sub I created a while back and I wasn't sure it would show up on s/all so I also posted on s/technology. FWIW, I took down the offending double post.

Inside the 8086 processor, tiny charge pumps create a negative voltage by magnora7 in engineering

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Nice, the 6502 family and m68k processors are quite interesting too in their own ways. 6502 family known for being easy (simple) to program for, and the m68k for just being an awesome processor.

This Clever Device [Centrefugal Switch] Is Found In Nearly Every American Household: How It Works And How To Fix It (9:12) ~ Jeremy Fielding by JasonCarswell in engineering

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For the love of Christ just say centrifical.

Adam Savage's One Day Builds: Refrigerated Cooling Suit by magnora7 in engineering

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I didn't think I'd watch the whole hour, but I did. I wonder if this small-scale tech could be built in to an office chair or a sofa, that'd be interesting and could save on air A/C costs

The 5 Coolest Calculators: $15 — $134.00 by [deleted] in engineering

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I still have at least one calculator that I never learned what all the buttons did. I'm guessing the battery died a decade or two ago.

The 5 Coolest Calculators: $15 — $134.00 by [deleted] in engineering

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The 5 Coolest Calculators: $15 — $134.00 by [deleted] in engineering

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I have often found myself needing a calculator. In my workshop I have my 10 year old Windows XP notebook and possibly my Nokia flip phone. Both have pretty rubbish calcs. Phone has a shit number pad and the laptop always requires me to stand in front of the wall mounted monitor. One of these days I should buy myself a big buttoned, Thomas The Tank Engine calculator. A real treat for the workplace.

The 5 Coolest Calculators: $15 — $134.00 by [deleted] in engineering

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It's a shame, I almost feel like calculators are obsolete in the era of the cell phone.

I really liked my Ti-83+ back in the day. TI-83+ BASIC was my first programming language ever... now I know like 10. But there was something beautiful about the fact you could compile it right on the calculator, and code-on-the-go. I used to write TI-83+ apps when I was done with homework and bored in class. I made a stock market investing game, and a horse racing betting game... haha good times

38,8 liter V12 tank engine 1st run after 28 years! by Optimus85 in engineering

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Most satisfying.

The Antique Toaster that's Better than Yours by DrStrangelove in engineering

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I love his videos!

The Antique Toaster that's Better than Yours by DrStrangelove in engineering

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Lol I inherited one of these from my grandmother. It's cool. But old. The weight of the bread alone pushes down the things