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  1. james pong

    james pong2 bulan yang lalu

    Hopefully they don't release these filthy spiders

  2. wes wells

    wes wells3 bulan yang lalu

    First 6 to 7 hours after the video goes up for people who get the videos 2 days early?

  3. wes wells

    wes wells3 bulan yang lalu

    There may or not be someone in that safe. What are they thinking? Uh they are thinking I want to get out of this safe. Lmao

  4. wes wells

    wes wells3 bulan yang lalu

    Couldn't spiderman break the engine of the train then try to stop it with his webs. Without an engine the train would decelerate?

  5. wes wells

    wes wells3 bulan yang lalu

    Nylon isn't organic and that's what spidermans silk is. Spidermans webshooters are synthetic and created by him.

  6. Joseph C. Bernier

    Joseph C. Bernier3 bulan yang lalu

    Could Spiderman drink such water? Would it poison him?

  7. Brandon Clark

    Brandon Clark4 bulan yang lalu

    Actually a strong electromagnetic field on the skin is able to stop bullets. Check out Dynamo Jack. Hes a real human that could focus his bodies electric field.

  8. Brandon Clark

    Brandon Clark4 bulan yang lalu

    The pain factor is dependent on nerve function. The nerves activity would need manipulation to reduce bullet pain. The thick skin just stop stops it from going through.

  9. Eric Su

    Eric Su5 bulan yang lalu

    Scientists: Lets spray this spider with carbonized water. Spider: *dies Scientists: *surprised pikachu face

  10. Michael Jamerson

    Michael Jamerson5 bulan yang lalu

    The science of Macross Fighters Can it be built

  11. TheSefirosu200x

    TheSefirosu200x5 bulan yang lalu

    I'd just assume mind reading would take advantage of quantum entanglement.

  12. Jesse King

    Jesse King6 bulan yang lalu

    Well, if we assume that the Loch Ness monster is a Plesiosaur, we at least know that they DID exist on this planet at one time. Chances of them still existing now in some minuscule population is a number difficult to separate from zero, alas. Bigfoot, as described I don't think we've ever identified a representation of in the world either contemporarily OR in the fossil record, so I might actually put it ever so slightly lower than the Plesiosaur. So I'd give the edge to Nessie. :D

  13. Corey Ayers

    Corey Ayers6 bulan yang lalu

    "Oh oh hoho HHO" done, thumbs down, comment, gone.

  14. Blah Blahsen

    Blah Blahsen7 bulan yang lalu

    also i disagree on the bigfoot VS lockness. now keep in mind i done believe either exist or are likely, but i think the odds both being very slim are very far apart compared to each other. bigfoot is common in even frozen environments where bodies would be found. the fact that there are no bones of something found all over the world is problematic. however, lock ness isnt a closed system, it leads to the ocean and may just be a nesting ground or hideaway, and we dont know if it exists, let alone if it surfaces to breathe or not. its easy to hide evidence in water, so bones could be down there and covered in silt and you'd never know until after they broke down. murky water is a good hiding place, open tundra not so much. lack of evidence of either makes me lean towards myth on both, but id say its far more likely a sea creature can go unseen like the giant squid or any number of aquatic things we though were myth and then actually found.

  15. Blah Blahsen

    Blah Blahsen7 bulan yang lalu

    i think by beaming, he didnt mean star-trek transporting, but rather just concentrating it into a beam of light like a big-ass laser. still super problematic when you essentially have a death-ray supplying power, like one micro-meteor bumps the lens and you cut Florida in half.

  16. Joseph Barczak III

    Joseph Barczak III7 bulan yang lalu

    This was, by far, the most awesome response to a mind reading question. I really enjoyed that. Thank you.

  17. SaCeuran

    SaCeuran7 bulan yang lalu

    23:32 I'm not sure if you're aware of it, but your method of thinking has a name. It's called scientific skepticism. There's a book called the Skeptic's Guide to the Universe (yes, a Douglas Adams reference, as well as the name of their podcast) that outlines how we think very well, authored by the skeptical rogues lead by Dr. Steven Novella, an academic neurologist at Yale University. The Scientific Skepticism movement is linked with people like the Bad Astronomer Phil Plait, Simon Singh, Bill Nye, Senal Edamaruku, Neil deGrasse Tyson, James Randi (of Million Dollar Challenge fame), and other prominent science communicators. It's a great community

  18. Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar

    Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar7 bulan yang lalu

    Is this card a Triangle, Circle, or Cresent moon.

  19. Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar

    Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar7 bulan yang lalu

    Everything looks good here. So a whatcha talking about. Sorry we don't understand what you mean. We can't read minds. We're not Psychic.

  20. Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar

    Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar7 bulan yang lalu

    All I said was yeah everybody has Psychic abilities. And Inner hidden power, yet Discoverd and Manifested. And now I got to do what now?

  21. Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar

    Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar7 bulan yang lalu

    Your an ass. Cause it is legitimate.

  22. Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar

    Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar7 bulan yang lalu

    Heres my Doctors Excuse, Coach Jarrett. Its Legit!

  23. Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar

    Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar7 bulan yang lalu

    If it falls to me Squirl. Sure I'll crack Those Nuts. It's not that I'm scared of hights. I got artritits.

  24. Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar

    Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar7 bulan yang lalu

    I don't use Spider webs. I don't swing from buildings. Hell I don't even climb a tree anymore.

  25. Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar

    Proton Helix Negatron. Oscar7 bulan yang lalu

    There you go Peter. It's your Ideal.

  26. Thē dAñCįNğ RăBbïť

    Thē dAñCįNğ RăBbïť7 bulan yang lalu

    The only flakes I know are corn flakes

  27. r315r4z0r

    r315r4z0r7 bulan yang lalu

    I had this mentalist come to my school (twice) and it blew me away with what he did. Basically, we were in the cafeteria, which is pretty large, and with over 100 people in the audience. The guy had his eyes completely blind folded: coins over his eyes, tape around the head and a blindfold on top of that. Among other things he did, at one point he had everyone in the audience write on little slips of paper their name, something funny that happened to them, and a question. Then we crumpled up the paper and tossed them into a giant salad bowl. The guy would reach his hand into the bowl, and without even looking at his hand or pulling the paper out of the bowl (let alone unfolding it), would address the person who wrote the note, talk about their funny incident and then answer their question. At first I thought that it was all staged... until the guy called my name. To this day I can't fathom how the hell he did that.

  28. BR9KEN _ drip

    BR9KEN _ drip7 bulan yang lalu

    If I could get my hands on some carbon nanotubes

  29. klloyd plata

    klloyd plata7 bulan yang lalu

    Hello, I'm Kristoffer Lloyd V. Plata, because I love to discover about the Science of Marvel.

  30. klloyd plata

    klloyd plata7 bulan yang lalu

    Silver Sable is still soooooo beautiful in video-games, TV series and also in movies (because she is going to have a Marvel movie with Sony Pictures). Silver Sable doesn't like stealing things from her but she pretended to be all about the money... because she sometimes put it all on the line for love.

  31. klloyd plata

    klloyd plata7 bulan yang lalu

    Silver Sable is also using Kevlar lining to protect her from incoming bullets which means she is soooooo incredibly brave in fighting crooks and called her a Most dangerous fighter to be fighting with.

  32. klloyd plata

    klloyd plata7 bulan yang lalu

    Spider-man's web is soooooo very very strong because it sticks in the face of the bad-guys for an hour that they can't even see with the web on their faces.

  33. IHelliotI

    IHelliotI7 bulan yang lalu

    Oh god, they made bullet proof spiders!

  34. Robert Foley

    Robert Foley7 bulan yang lalu

    In Ice-man #5 Ice-man "Freezes the speed of light"....What??How??

  35. HeartBreak Bonez

    HeartBreak Bonez7 bulan yang lalu

    Surface gravity of the sun is 27.9 I weigh 210 pounds on the sun id weigh 5,859 pounds

  36. Ross Davis

    Ross Davis7 bulan yang lalu

    How big would a power cable need to be to transport all the worlds power from space to earth?

  37. Eric Albers

    Eric Albers7 bulan yang lalu

    "there's a person in that safe, what are they thinking?" Well I'm no mind reader but I'm going to guess and say "let me the hell out"

  38. Topekas Finest

    Topekas Finest7 bulan yang lalu

    Can you think of a physical representation/example of time; past, present and future, besides an hour glass? One I have thought of is a pen or marker (ink filled writing utensil) attached to a device that uses a constant, measurable amount of pressure on a piece of paper that is being pulled at a constant, measurable speed?

  39. sgtarpin

    sgtarpin7 bulan yang lalu

    I think the techniques the Bene Gesserit use to "read minds" is the closest to reality that a human can get to mind reading, and it's very similar to the method that you describe. Maybe with some mind enhancing drugs or techniques that allow you to observe the extreme minutia of someone's reactions to questions, you could get a really good idea of how they feel about it, and their answer.

  40. Damitz85

    Damitz857 bulan yang lalu

    Though not a person, check this out. Really interesting. www.thesun.co.uk/tech/5263693/black-mirror-ai-machine-read-mind-japan-university/

  41. Flower Power

    Flower Power7 bulan yang lalu

    "He punches with a million newtons, why.....because science" idk why but am dying.

  42. David Salt

    David Salt7 bulan yang lalu

    Why are you shooting the casing at them too?

  43. crankysmurf

    crankysmurf7 bulan yang lalu

    No, you were correct the first time about "paranormal crap."

  44. Bill Grayson

    Bill Grayson7 bulan yang lalu

    DAMN late to the game on this one. BUT im pretty sure if someones locked in a safe they're thinking " hmm would probably like to get outta this safe"

  45. Eric McLeod

    Eric McLeod7 bulan yang lalu

    Telekinesis would require a much greater energy expenditure because you're not using the levers of your arms to lift stuff. It would be less efficient than how we move things normally.

  46. Mr_FJ

    Mr_FJ7 bulan yang lalu

    "Love with your heart, use your brain for everything else!"

  47. Kenny Martin

    Kenny Martin7 bulan yang lalu

    That last one, shots fired at Mat Pat!!

  48. Andrew Hyman

    Andrew Hyman7 bulan yang lalu

    Here’s a question that would make a great video. Could arch reactor actually keep you alive?

  49. okbkcq

    okbkcq7 bulan yang lalu

    The Bene Gesserit are Dune mind readers using techniques like you mentioned

  50. Light Star

    Light Star7 bulan yang lalu

    Mind reading isn't actually Telepathy.......the word u are looking for there is psychology......if u study psychology u can use human reaction and face expressions to determine or make educated guesses to what's on their mind

  51. 132ster

    132ster7 bulan yang lalu

    Hey Kyle I’m a fellow climber and I’d love it if you could come out to climb w me In madison!!

  52. QuantumAscension1

    QuantumAscension17 bulan yang lalu

    The concept for beaming the solar energy collected from satellites back to earth as I understand it would be through transmitting focused microwave energy to receivers on the ground. its the same idea for replacing all those telephone pole cables we're so used to with a series of microwave transmitters and receivers to distribute power to homes, businesses, etc., but on a significantly larger scale.

  53. mellored

    mellored7 bulan yang lalu

    Getting energy from space = solar panels (plenty of room to build, and not in the planets shadow for long) + radio transmitter (radio is not blocked by the atmosphere) + a radio receiver on the ground. Physically doable, economically not worth it. Not at current launch prices.

  54. DanixGhozt

    DanixGhozt7 bulan yang lalu

    I legit had a science based question from a comic based action fiction but I forgot

  55. mellored

    mellored7 bulan yang lalu

    You can read minds, with the right equipment. It's entirely possible to measure brain activity, and then interpret it. So far, people have only been able to read very fuzzy images, but it works.

  56. QuantumAscension1

    QuantumAscension17 bulan yang lalu

    Sun has 28 g's at relative surface. Jupiter has 2.5 g's at relative surface

  57. Taylor Broderick

    Taylor Broderick7 bulan yang lalu

    Did he draw a bullet hitting skin with the casing intact? A bullet fired wouldn't have a case. Nit picky I know.

  58. Troy Foxworthy

    Troy Foxworthy7 bulan yang lalu

    I haven't had anyone to play MTG since I won a tournament in my home town. Seem to have change alot

  59. Von_____ Boy

    Von_____ Boy7 bulan yang lalu

    Hey, can you do an explanation video about if steel alchemist's arm and leg from full metal alchemist acctuly works in real life, i just want to know if i ever lose an leg or arm, i can get on of those.

  60. Grega Meglic

    Grega Meglic7 bulan yang lalu

    www.theverge.com/2013/2/28/4040134/scientists-link-rat-brains-together-over-the-internet Scientiffic telepathy maybe XD