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05:32 min | 9 months ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Had that I know of the oldest pizza you've eaten at like the grossest pizza probably a week plus Snow Oh vets doubt like people around you take it like in the trash sometimes on like on top of trash cans I never around here inside wants this pizza it's probably fine not perishable food if it's been out of the refrigerator for more than two hours let's disagree that's the danger zone is temperatures between forty and one hundred forty degrees Fahrenheit which is forever matric degrees and that's when bacteria supply the most and so if your pizza's been out for stories more than two hours don't eat it man I don't want to say that this podcast like don't listen to what we saw them on cash but like don't don't throw away your food it was out for two hours okay so the other thing I found I found a Kora answer with mark the source as such in our show notes jeans Genius Forum I'm so no one's ever been wrong on a man uncork humid on chorus the male here he has a credential so I'll read his credential timothy sly foodborne diseases epidemiologist Toronto Oh fuck seems legit I trust handsome he says one week one week it's not as hazardous Assam with Havis believe let's break it down so the crust is yeast based Brad doesn't stay warm and moist enough for us to worry too much I have made us that old pizza has very hard The tomato sauce is too acidic for the growth of the type of bacteria that were typically worried about too much I have made us that old pizza has very hard The tomato sauce is too acidic for the growth of the type of bacteria that were typically worried about her she's has a low Ph from lactic fermentation and very low water activities this must be why I'm alive Jeez are not able to grow like the types of <hes> staphylococcus none of the cold pizza I've ever eaten as had vegetables and stuff mean dry Pepperoni also has a low water activity out forever so ham is apparently one of the most dangerous things you can have taste no bottomline there's very little threat of a foodborne illness from unrefrigerated pizza left out overnight specifically overnight seven or eight nights nonperishable I think that's what we're learning ah very low rates of foodborne illness because of peace overnight the US government is saying like in the worst cases. Mareo do not eat your wet meet if you've been out for two hours yes and I think like college campuses are saying this too because they don't want to incur silence to eat meat don't leave your stake tar tar out room temperature and so like a big concern with these kinds of things because it is worth mentioning more actual science says Staphylococcus Aureus is one of the big ones but then there's also e. coli and Salmonella and things like that a couple of these at start growing on food or multiply in on food produce heat stable toxins and that's what makes us sick selling even if we microwave the food afterward or heated up afterward the talks is heat stable so the bacteria die but the the bad poop they made sticks around yeah and so that's what I was fixing to well well ish I food safety is so much about like cooking it to the correct temperature and then preserved gene and refrigerating it to stop bacteria growth altogether because if you let bacteria grow then there's a chance that they're producing toxins that won't get destroyed by you want to ask the science couch your questions follow us on twitter at Sei showed tangents that also makes us feel better where we will tweet out the topics for upcoming episodes every week thank you to at Isabella Carl's three at antithetical at everybody else who tweeted us your questions for this episode final Hank Bucks Scores Seri you've got one I've got negative one cheese hank that's not helping you in the standings Sam has to and Stephan has to like the show and you want to help us out it's easy to do that you can leave us a review wherever you listen that helps us know what you like about the show and we'll be looking to itunes reviews for topic ideas for future roads leave your topic ideas in your dreams reviews everybody second you can

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Are you? Good. What's your tagline? Oh, take it. Well done. Sam Schultz's here to everyone's favorite. And everyone always appreciates him. And our current winner leader Sam show, what's your tagline? A to say a lot of food. Is that a good? Hogs is going to be this is usually do it later. True. I might if you notice a difference, I'm sure that's what it is. Yeah. I'm feeling peppy. Hank green long slow blinks is my tag on does everybody a Hong close your eyes. Give some long slow blinks tasteless to smile at your cat. Yeah, that's true. That's told me that giving long because that's how cats said of the love you. Don't prove it wrong. Don't look, I don't wanna know fall asleep, which I think is really funny. You save. I guess distributor and doing back in the once there is a close. He's like. Due to me. I feel like whenever I fell asleep during class, which is not a lot a medium amount. It would start with long. Slow. This blink can be a little bit longer than last one that's fine. And then finally, we have our last blink. Oh every week on tangents. We get together to try to one up amazing delayed each other with science facts. We're playing for glory. But we're also keeping score and awarding Hank books Sam is currently the winter join points. How many points, do you have Sam? I have forty two points. Stephanus thirty five points. What Hank has thirty nine points doing this in any order Seri I am doing it in the sorta has thirty four points. Solidly last, we do everything we can to stay on topic. But judging by our previous conversations we will not be great at that. So if the rest of the team deems your tangent unworthy we will force you to give up one of your Hank bucks. So tangent with care now as always, we introduced this week's topic with the traditional science poem this week from Sam, I'm going to take you on a journey backwards through time..

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Listener supported w in Y C studios. Hello. And welcome to size showed tangents, the lightly competitive knowledge showcase starring some of the geniuses to make the YouTube series sideshow happened this week as always, I'm joined by Stephan J lo are you doing? All right. That's great. What's your tagline hot saucy, Sam shelters? Also here. What's your tagline I'm wearing shoes? And I don't like it. Yeah. It's getting warm now. Yeah, I can't just go around barefoot at the wear shoes. It's well yeah that's the rule. I stepped on a fishhook in my apartment that I didn't put their what the heck who put it there. I don't know who ever lived there. Maybe vacuumed out. But my. Fono got that Fisher thing on it. Really am? I don't know. Maybe our send a message like sleep with the fishes. I hate it. I have a bad ghost that live with Jerry Riley, also here. Hello. From the bad ghost other than that you're doing, okay? Yeah, what's your line garbage, but make it fashion? Yeah, that's how I feel about towels. And I'm hanged green. And I'm absolutely overjoyed to be with all of you today to make sideshow tangents, and my tagline is my baby. Boom in the potty. Grads. So every week here on side tangents, we get together with the goal to amaze and one up and delight each other with science facts. We play for glory, and we play to make each other happy. And we also play for the wind for hang bucks, especially now that we're keeping score week to week. And none of us at least this plane to win. Yeah. That's left episode. When Seri lost. I felt like there was a flash of rage. I just don't wanna be last. I've been lasting every single score that we've done, which, I guess is only a couple of weeks. They're solid. Lou ask which means that I'm now going to change my goal. I'm playing to lose which means I'm doing very well. That's one way to handle it. So we do everything we can to stay on topic here at tangents. But if you go on a tangent as we might do talking about fishhooks in such, then we'll docu Hank buck if we don't like it, but we all have to agree that, that is the course of action, we wanna take now as always, we're going to introduce this week's topic with additional science. Follow. After singing in again you up to sing Do I have to. to this science foam is of lead? Donna, e mobile. I don't know how to say you don't even know what the solve or the Italian chef song. Ready? Oh, don't know. Look at me when you are cooking food, you are signs dude, as you fry up the stake, denatured. Proteins, are what you make cheeses are milk proteins coagulated in big machines dough rise from gases from tiny yeast, asses all this food is made from both art and science. And it's all kind of grows..

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Right. Every week here on tangents. We get together. We try to one up a maze delayed each other with science facts playing for glory, and we're also playing for Hank bucks. We tend to go on tangents, sometimes if we deem tangent unworthy, we will take away one of your Hank bucks, and you can go negative now. As always we are. Introducing this week's topic was the traditional science poem this week from San you may know mutants as people who optic blasts or can read people's minds or can run really fast, but my friend you are wrong. The reality is mutations are everywhere. I'm telling you this. The reason your cat has acute squishy face is because of slow DNA changes to the whole feline race. It's why spiders, spin webs and newts have cold blood. It's why loss do whatever it is. That slots does. All these things you could've. To find a better rhyme that you didn't think. Anything? Moves have called blood many animals have many trait. Like why why have the fuzz? I'm president interruption. Fart. All these changes in time, slowly, add up and become every living thing ever like every single one. While that is profound and amazing. I will have to admit I still wish I could fly or shoot claws out of my mitts, so Seri our topic. You. What is that? It's genetics. So genetic mutations are when DNA gets changed permanently in some way and DNA is important because it coats for Arnie which codes for proteins, which make up all the like, the functions that all your cells need to survive, the things do the things that human. Yeah. DNA codes for all that. That's why mutations can change the way that things look or act or the way their cells act because a small change in DNA can cause a change in a protein, which changes a whole system. If if it's on purpose, though, is that a mutation like if I intentionally gene genome is that a mutation. So you can intentionally introduce what's known as mutagen, which is a compound or something like radiation that can mess with DNA and cause a random change. But I think mutations are inherently random changes to DNA, and if you insert a gene to a specific spot that you Mark and like used generic. Engineering techniques that's genetic engineering notch tation mutation is has to be random. I think. So. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. I didn't know that. And it can either be like one DNA base. So I don't know you have ATC. And if you swap one letter out for another that's like a point mutation and that happens all the time where our cells are constantly mutating. You have a lot of point mutations going on all the time. Sometimes those affect the way a protein forums. And sometimes they do nothing because it's already in a non coding region of DNA. So we don't really care or it can be a whole chunk of a chromosome that gets swapped out or mixed around or like part of a, gene. And when bigger things happen that those are usually when bigger pheno typic- changes happen or things like systems break Reina's, gene breaks, and you need to see stuff either got taken out or got shoved in protein is like I'm going to be different now. Yeah. Or like entire genes could be copied multiple times..

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"It's a cage miss miracle. Joining us alot what's going on. Boy, I have such strong shoveling muscles. This is seasonal. It's it's worth talking about. No matter win. This comes out that it's not so much. The senior snowed a lot. We have had an unusual amount of snow and unusually cold winter. But it gets you in good shape. My biceps don't get sore when I shall we'll anymore. You've been doing it for that long. This winter been forever. So strong. Sad. Tag on that. So she's wrong, so sad. Great one. I am Hank green. It is a pleasure to be here. My tagline platypus pants this week and every week on size your tangents. We get together to try to one up amaze and delayed each other with science facts, we're playing for glory, but we're also keeping score and awarding Hank books. So you can know who the winner is what's the point of doing anything? If there's no winners, we do everything we can stay on topic here at tangents, but judging by the name of the podcast, which is tangent. We will not be great at that. So if the rest of the team deems tangent unworthy will force you to give up one of your Hank bucks. Now as always we're going to introduce this week's topic was the traditional science poem from Stephan. The practice of farming cropped up all over the planet allowing humans to build large settlements that they would inhabit and the population grew as we planted plants from across the gamut greens olives apples, even pomegranate now we have to feed seven billion humans, but for now we can manage though. When it comes to the environment the process sure can cause some damage, but we used to use mercury as a pesticide. And that can't be organic. Well, whether it's through GMO's or other agriculture tech..

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Welcome back everybody. Here's where we're at re the Hank book totals, Sarah, you have one for guessing the correct device I have to we would Sam has Eero and Stephan has one now Sam and sairy have a chance to get some books and catch up with me and our next segment of the factor to panelists have brought in facts, presented the others attempt blow our minds and Stephan, and I will decide which fact we want to award hour Hank buck to who goes first that is the person who most recently touched baby and. I touched one on Tuesday last Tuesday today. Okay. No. I've touched a baby. Maybe have you ever? I don't know probably not just a baby. No, I don't know many babies. So I guess I mean SAM's gonna go first breeding pandas in captivity super hard female pandas only obviate once a year and had like three days to be impregnated. So basically better being live. I wanna get into that a little so basically there has to be a male like right next to them or like, a team ready to artificially inseminate them, and that doesn't always work. And if there's a male around is not a sure thing because some pandas just don't seem to know how to have sex. So when you on you on the panda was successfully impregnated in two thousand fifteen the Taipei zoo took it really seriously like all the other pandas that were pregnant before her they moved her into her own room where it was climate controlled and gave her buns and candy. And and like. Bamboo really Snickers squirting like in the fixture. She was squirting hunting around. What it was? It was kind of Honey like substance, but then few months later despite showing various hormonal and physical signs the staff zoo figured out that she was not pregnant at all and that she was living in up in this climate controlled room for no reason faking it so newspapers all over the world published articles that said things like sneaky zoo panda fakes pregnancy to get more treats and panda. Accused. The faking pregnancy to get better food, and those are really interesting headlines and click baiting, but they're not even remotely true. Okay. So panda. Researchers for a long time have known about something called pseudo pregnancy and pandas a pandas hormones change their uterus thickens, and they get really picky about what they eat. They show all the normal signs of pregnancy that other mammals which show, but they aren't pregnant people aren't really sure why this happens, but the current best theory is that they only have a baby every like three years, and they only have one baby at a time. And so they like wired to know that they're not very good at it. So they're also wired. To make sure that when they get pregnant they like keep the baby, right? So they do all this stuff. Just when they think that they're pregnant they got a hair trigger. Yeah. So to the our observer who's not an expert on pandas. It would seem like they just are like making themselves seem pregnant and really well known thing. Like, I said and the articles that I talked about all had that information in them, but it was always a gray bottom. Well, here's the situation. We're writing Sam. Click. The whole article where it was like this pant is really sneaky. It this crazy thing and in the last paragraph would be like panda. Researchers actually say that as soon pregnancy, and that this happens is all the time. And that they're not tricking anybody on panels aren't smart enough to trick? Anybody? That's my thing. Pseudo pregnancy Ceuta pregnancy. Pandas are dumb. Trying their best. Why why do they not know how to have sex Sam? I don't know why we're doing our best to keep pandas around. But they are not gonna help..

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"We get together we try to one up amaze and delight each other with facts about the universe. We are playing for glory. But we're also playing for Hank books, and they will be awarded by how we do on the different activities that we we will banana-producing throughout the show. We were we can't stay on topic here at sei tangents, but it is called tangents. So if we do divert divert from our topic at hand and had down paths to treachery. That we will decide that we must deduct a Hank buck from you if deem your tangent unworthy unto start the podcast off finish MO science bowl. We've got Stephan throughout the history of the planet. Many times creatures bodies have expanded their sizes increase sometimes exponentially as they failed their niece giving us so many of these mega sized beasts from hostile eagle to mega Don from Titanic boa to the marsupial lion. And who could forget the terror bird terrifying. There's no better word, but eventually in the late Pleistocene humans began to arrive on the scene, and whether it was from hunting climate change or just disease. These species were under siege. There was a mass extinction of creatures with great mass as human activities began to surpass, and they could never recover what a huge fail, but I guess at least we still have the blue whale. Huge. I'd love it. So I was told that this was very large ancient things not just for and fauna. And now, I'm worried about my fact, does not well, I've neither is mine. Okay. Good. It's old big old and bay. Okay. Mine is old and bit. Okay. Why is everything like before the Holocene? Everything was huge insects were bigger like. A lot more oxygen in the atmosphere. I think which is part of the reason like insects could be very big because the oxygen concentration was way up. I think the world before the Holocene is directed by Michael bay. I think that might have more to do with oxygen and working hypothesis. We haven't carbon dated him. So we don't know how old is true. So Seri have you? Brought us sub explanation for what the thing is. We're talking it's pretty broadcast olden bake stuff. I think it's more than oxygen though, that makes things when they are older because that that was specifically insects in the first period. But I think when it comes to mega-fauna I feel like it's more than oxygen involved. I didn't bring anything. Yeah. Yeah. I definitely agree with you the evolutionary pressures that makes them get very very big are weird. And also like it's very hard to say anything with certainty about the ecosystems of you know, hundreds of millions of years ago. I think that comes up a lot with the onces that. Things will grow or shrink to accommodate whatever Nisha vailable, right? So if there's a niece that's white open to be a larger before, and there's like, no big predators around than your body's is can expand to that role. Yeah. But then if the no longer confers an advantage. And then if you're say like a giant Armadillo that doesn't move very fast. And there are people with spears chasing. You becomes very bad. Yeah. Yeah. One of the one of the sort of untucked about advantage of being large is that you can eat food that has less nutritious. 'cause you have more space in your body to extract the nutrition, which is weird. You don't think about that? But like your testings are just longer or you can have multiple stomach's digestive system can be longer..

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"On top of that that were confirmed to have berko. So they're like genuinely saving people. That's great. And you're not being weaponized at all opposite of that. How big are. They though they get up to about a meter long. Oh, that's big detail. Yes. Including OK, I'm more on board. Now. All right. Well, it's time for us to talk about even giant or rats and or rodents, and we're gonna do that right? After we hear about some advertise. Welcome back. Here's our totals in terms of our Hank. Buck scores sair, you got one Hank. That's me. You got zero Sam coming in first of two deafen has forgot about the poem Hank buck. I thought we were all tied. No, you're all losing except for saying. But it's my chance to come back and Stephan U2., you could you can glow your way back you could win. It's time for the factor to panelists have brought in science facts to present to the others an attempt to blow your minds Stephan. And I have brought in fact this week sairy and Sam have the opportunity to a word the Hank book to the fact, they like the most and the person who goes first is the person who is sneaky assed like rodents masters of stealth, you know. There. They are. I once had a mouse on my face. Oh, I think you've talked about on. I woke up forest and I woke up with the mouse in my face, and I grabbed that. Was the mascot costume that? You wore a rodent. No. I was Willie the wildcat. Okay. I was a beaver. So I was technically loaded ferry. Not only is like she's been one Tim the beaver schools to leave it up for college guys. Oh, wow. You're a mascot in college. I those days. Tell you guys have to tell us which you think is who who sneakier there's three people in the room. So you guys off to vote who sneakier Stephan her, Hank? Oh, no. This is a trick. Who's you vote? I feel. Stephon would try to be sneakier to avoid people. A Ah-ha ha. maybe has more experience because he's like people less than I do. Yes. Head down. We'll just go. Maybe Hank has more like actual tested methods for escaping and sneaking pass people than Stephanos true. Sneak Heynckes sneakier. Okay. Sam, thanks. I'm sneakier. I will by that logic. I feel like Hank is more professionally sneaky than Stephanus seven is a casual sneaker an amateur sneak. Thank professionals. I cannot believe this that you think you want it to be I can't I'm just being described as a casual sneak in amateur. I don't like this. All right. Well, I go I anyway, this was a long process. So here is my fact as I believe we may have discussed on tangents briefly before public Escobar, the drug Lord had hippos, and I've written down here. Weird flex, but. Okay. And the hippos have beyond their original lake in closure where they were and they have gone into wild ecosystems. There's a debate raging right now about whether these hippos might actually be good for the environment is an invasive species because they're filling a niche once occupied by now extinct mega-fauna, for example, the world's largest ever known rodent Joseph vol- Arctic is side Gaza. Mona Cy nail. Which probably weighed upwards of two thousand pounds and looked very similar to Guinea pigs, but two thousand pounds, though, hippos caulking around three thousand four thousand pounds. So when people say that copy Baras are giant, Guinea pigs. These things make that sound silly because they are ten times bigger than copy Bara. So some ways that hippos may help increase by diversity. And thus these megaphone rodents may have once done consuming overgrowth of aquatic grasses reforming the landscape with their giant bodies, and creating channels through mats of grass, and creating more variable levels of nutrients and oxygen in a single river system. So Josefa Larr to guess gotta give these things about our name went extinct around four million years ago likely because of new species invading after north and South America first became connected, but these new hippos they got no predator that can stand up to them except maybe people..

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SciShow Tangents

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Other we try to one up each other with better and better science facts for each other's delight. We're playing for glory, but we're also keeping score in the form of Hank bucks. And at the end there will be a winner. And that winner will get nothing. We do everything we can to stay on topic here at sei showed tangents, but it is called Sachio tangent. So if we go on a tangent the rest of the crew gets to decide whether the tangent was worthwhile. And if it wasn't than you have to give up a Hank buck now as always we're going to introduce this week's topic with traditional science poem from say. Mickey Mouse to Chucky cheese human seem to love a man size cartoon mouse, Herat wearing shoes and gloves. But in the distant miss of time. There have really been super giant rodents that weighed more than fifteen men with Whitlam teeth and deadly jaws. They probably wouldn't be the greatest mascots for a park or a pizza place MC, and you wouldn't even need to travel to a distant era defining four foot flying squirrel or a dog sized cappy Barra smaller and cuter though. They are they still aren't fit for show biz. Because they'd rather poop in chew than entertain your kids. I did it. Hang up for saying. I I loved it. And I think we may hear about some of these these giant rodents in today's Aisha Tange episode on giant rodents, which you probably are title of the episode. Yeah. That's the word. That's a little bit of flaw in the system. I guess we turn to Seri to tell us what a giant rodent is. This is one of the hardest definitions because it's so nebulous right of road. And Dan, giant rodent not so much rodent. We know it's order in mammals, Melrose Benca. And I think the thing that's at some apart in the most is the way that their teeth grow in the way that position in their job. So they have incisors in the front that continuously grow their entire lives. And the only way they get worn down by biting and chewing, which is why it's important for all rodents to have stuff to non and that's like your mice your rats, Guinea, pigs chinchillas, but also bigger ones like beavers and porcupines and Kathy Berra's weezer. Squirrels one of them think squirrels are road helps owes them poem. Rabbits are not right because they're the lag amorphous..

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"The intersection of celebrity and science. I think is what it turned out to be more. Okay. Yeah. And we're going to start that off with our first segment, which is truth or fail. Very good. Doing one of our panelists come to us with three sides facts and two of them are just lies and the rest of us have to try and figure out which of those facts are true one. And this week sniffing has brought us those three science facts to see if he can trick us if he tricks us. He gets the Hank buck if we get it, right? We get it. Yes. These are ancient celebrities who did science turns out it's a little bit difficult to find out how famous people were in their day. Have I heard of them? I don't know right now. Number one FILA stratas was a Greek speakers scholar and Olympia and coach in the second and third centuries CE he wrote several books, including one called gymnastics in which he observed that athletes that lifted weights raced against horses and wrestled lions didn't get sick and aged. Well, I guess as long as they weren't killed by lions. But he also invented be alterior tears, which are the original version of the dumbbell, and they were basically like oblong rocks. That have a whole how to hold carved near the top seeds like a dumbbell. That's number one. Was that guy's name Phyllis stratas Astrid just fill who's gymnastics was that book ask. Sounds like a really good hip hop artist. Lil gymnastics. Number two. Muhammad, Allah, addressee wasn't Arab geographer in Kartheiser who lived in the twelfth century see and spent his early life traveling around the world becoming known for making very accurate maps of the known world at the time. But in his travels, he also picked up some metallurgy techniques from India, which led him to helping develop what's known as roots steel, which is what was used to make the Damascus steel swords, which were very sharp and hard to break and recent testing of those ancient blades and the of the woods steel itself revealed that their molecular structure included, carbon nanotubes steel roots. W O T Z sweet that sounds fake. Number three Heron of Alexandria, lived in the first century, CE and taught at the museum of Alexandria. Which is less like a museum. I understand and is more like a university. What would think of as university, but he had all kinds of inventions that were way ahead of his time one of which was the coin operated vending machine which was used in temples to dispense consistent amounts of holy water to make sure that the patrons weren't taking more than their fair. Share? Why? That's really if you made. Shoe? Well, that's good. Well, is that one same Heron of Alexandria, named after the bird, very real last person? Okay. That sounds like. Yeah. I've heard I've heard of him. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. Yeah. Now is a fan of his early work. Okay. So we've got gymnastics Phil who invented the dumbbell all addressee who was map maker and made moot..

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SciShow Tangents

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Listener supported w in Y C studios. Everybody you are about to listen to Sisa tangents, very I live show recorded this January at pide con. So in the episode starts and the audio sounds a little bit funny that is why don't panic. I hope you enjoy this live show, and we'll be back next week with a regular studio recorded episode. Hello and welcome to sideshow tangents, the lightly competitive knowledge, showcase starring some of the geniuses that make the YouTube series sideshow happen and this week of very special guest. Joining me as always our Stephan chin. Hey, how you doing buddy? I'm alright great fantastic. I'm doing just fine. I'm stressed out. At all what's that? We'll go with plus two to charisma like and we've also got Sam Schultz here. How you doing Sam? I'm fine. This is the first live show experience. Yeah. I think so of all, but whatever and other live things have you done. I did a sideshow panel at nerd con. Okay. And that was fine. I couldn't see anybody at that though. Because it was too dark now. Now. They're looking at me. Now, what's your thought on definitely not scared? We're all say Riley as always science communicator, science writer writer of science things. Nowhere of science things. Always more informed than I am. Sorry. What's your tagline? I bought a blazer with this extremely auditory thing. We're doing. We also have a very special guest this week. Thank you so much for coming this elephant or Hello. Hello. Well, thank you for coming to our pod. Con live show. Thank you and taking the responsibility away from me. So that I didn't have to bring a fact that what I'm here for. In terms of like, my mental health. Yes. So I know you have an audience of your own that you're going to bring over to our podcast sense for doing that. What do you do? I host and produce a podcast called undiscovered in science Friday and tagline is it might tagline. I purpose. I decided to go aggressive because I'm frightened. So in it to win it. All right. It's very hard to win this pot and I'm hanged green. I am very excited to be here at pod. Con with our first live episode of Sisa tangents, and my tagline is just how to Quila. Because I just did a booth podcast. So this is a drunker than I usually am at noon thirty. So for those of us who don't know here at Sochaux tangents every week we try to get together in one up each other and delight and amazing other with science facts facts about the world or how we found out those facts about the world and we're playing for glory, but we will also be awarding, Hank bucks and Hank bucks. Go to people who who do good job of amazing us, and we do everything we can to stay on topic. But the podcast is called tangents. So if you go on a tangent, you are at risk of losing your Hank book, if the other people on the podcast decide that it was not worthy of the tangent. And as we are going to introduce this week's topic with the traditional science poem this week from Sam shelves. To sing kind of. Head e Lahmar was a star of stage and screen both near and far. But did you guys also know she invented guidance systems for torpedoes? Her work in this field pave the way for the wifi and bluetooth. We use every day. Sam is pretty good. The anti. It's not a poem anymore song. Yeah. Way too much pressure. Just call. It's already hard enough. With the signs poem. So our topic. Sam, of course, gets gets gets a Hank book that's marched down on my little town of paper here per year. Basically it a freebie for doing the science foam unless it's real bad. And that's our topic today is celebrities who discovered science things. Yes..

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"They have spines they're tough. And sometimes they're toxic. This podcast is not about the desert. This episode is not about desert stuff though. Maybe next time because that's a good top. Yeah. But as a reminder to people this this show tangents every we get together we try to amaze each other. We try to delight each other with signs facts, and we're playing for glory, and we're playing for pride, but we were also playing for Hank bucks, which are magic airy who saw more glory, and we everything we can to stay on topic. But judging by previous conversations with this group, we will not be great at that. So if the team decides that the tangent we go on unworthy, we will force that person who created that tangent to give up one of their hang pucks. So tangent with care now as always we're going to introduce this topic. With the traditional science poem this week from Seri. So this poem was created using a Wicca pedia article and software. Yes, it's called predicts how the outputs jumped to navigation jumped to search engines such as the input data starts from a random guests. But then they may have unintended consequences a common type of capture generates a grade that test that assesses whether computer can be media sites. Overtaking TV images as a source of learning itself. More machine learning accidents mean different mistakes than humans make the simpler work consider humans. Algorithms this humanity want computers and humans apart. We begin the search for a so first topic of the day is artificial intelligence second. What was that? How did you make that? So I took the Kapiti article for artificial intelligence, and I found an open source software called Janice snowed, which describes it self as many things, but also Photoshop for text..

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"I should tangents. We get together and try to one up amaze and delight each other with science facts, we're playing for glory, but we're also keeping score and awarding Hank bucks to all of our friends for when they do a good thing. Like when they do a good poem or answer a question correctly or at cetera. We do everything we can to stay on. Topic? But judging by previous conversations, we will not be good at that. Also, judging by the name of the podcast. So if someone on the podcast goes on a tangent. They have to give up one of their Hank bucks. And then if you end up having non you could just go negative, it's fine. Now as always we introduced this week's topic with the traditional science poem from Seir. We tell tales of Chris and his waxy wings of Lindbergh of the Wright brothers of mechanical things, but before humans learned how to master the breeze there were gigantic Devil Rays. Leaping out from the seas or squirrels and lemurs that glide from the trees, so your fighter flight might kick in. If you see a flying snake, but don't worry. They can't hurt us. It's just a long scaly pancake with Nick a real thing. Yeah. They jump from the cheese and they like flatten their ribs. They become like. Wiggled their their their slimming. Like, they're like, they're the snake motion. Do they get pretty far like far for following snake? So the topic of today's podcast is flight, which is very broad topic to this animals that fine people find all sorts of different ways. And and all those things are science. Yeah. Walking down the street science, right? That's right. You gotta have friction your muscles. Yep. I also read about accident you read about seeds because seeds Qassim get plants shoot their seeds out explosively to disperse them. Then they have there's some physics stuff involved in their flight as well in the little puff balls. The what are those dandelions fly to right there? Well, yeah. The wind's ball enough. There's like glide. Maybe I don't know what you'd call that you like gliding counts as flying. Maybe Howard flight but its flight given official definition of flying for us. Now. I don't. Because some things that we consider flying like flying fish. It's just a jump. I read all about them last night. They can go really far they can go seven hundred feet. Don't bring us not jumping. Yeah. They joe. Like, really big sturdy wings, and they go really far. Okay. Never mind. So take it back. I'm sorry point..

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Like therapy is designed to put people to deep sleep by taking out blood reintroducing it, I think what kind of deep sleep. Why I think it says like a protective condition? So if you're in a very intense injury or something like your you would pass out. And so they wanna slow down your metabolism everywhere else, you they can fix you. So they would just take out your blood to induce that I think cool it down. Yeah. Cool it down and put a holder probably that they take it out and put it like a saline solution replace it. Why would they do that? I want my blood to do bud things. No, not while you're in this state of suspended animation. They just replace what of they're of left. It would like something fun like jello. Yeah. Sounds really hard to get out. What else would be fun to have my blood replaced with Cup of Joe Cup of Joe mountain news. Yeah. Nacho cheese, Nacho cheese. That's what I was thinking. Knows Nacho cheese in one our mountain doing the other party machine. Very well. Thanks for listening. So if you're not the millier, usually we get to the point a little faster, but every week on size should tangents. We get together to try to one up amazing delight each other with science facts playing for glory, but we're also keeping score and awarding Hank bucks to the people who would leave greatness here on social tangents. We do everything we can stay on topic. But judging by the first guess, we will not be graded that so someone goes on a tangent weaken charge them a Hank buck, if we do not deem it worthy. Now as always to introduce this week's topic with traditional science poem. It's deaf aloe. Whether it's red and fruity or just a green Cutie. A capsule for space travel or just a fly with some big ass. I is is. But alas tonight, there won't be any dungeons because here we're just gonna talk about dragon, right? Didn't rhyme. But it set a. Sure, I think about capsule of the drag the space space x dragon capsule. Oh, okay. Gotcha. All right there. I'm I've arrived. The topic of the is dragons, which is a little weird for a science podcast because they don't exist at least on this planet. Well, I mean things that we call dragging. Yeah. So a dragon in my head is in the has two legs two arms and two wings, which is impossible. You can't have that vertebrates tetrapods. There are no six limited vertebrates, two legs to arm arm. So try to. Never seen think of them as for legs but six and a half. Yeah. The topic of the day is dragons there are a number of dragon like things out there. There's a lot of reptiles that we call dragons. There are birds that act and dragon like ways there are dragging flies. So we're gonna talk about is soom lots of different things. We're going to start out with. Which is when one of our panelists is prepared three different science facts for us to listen to. But only one of them is real the the rest of us get to try and figure out deduction or wild guess, which is the true fact. And if we do we get a hang book, if we don't then the presenter of the facts, get gets Hank buck who is this week area Riley, you got some dragon facts for us and fact number one Cedric are in the same family issue hearses and pipe fish and in two thousand fifteen scientists discovered a new reddish pink species that they called the ruby. See dragon which lives at least twice as deep in the ocean. As the other to like seventy meters down it probably uses its red color in his camouflage because red wavelengths of light don't penetrate into the deep ocean. And it gets this color from symbiotic relationship with tiny Dino. Flashlights? Specifically, the ones that make red tides and produce neuro-toxins can harm fish..

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"So like, hey, we're all different people, and we have to like I have to accept that. Like other people don't like that idea. Doesn't mean anything wrong with you. And I know there's nothing wrong with me. All right. So I'm gonna give my Hank. Buck to gosh. Those were both very good. I'm gonna go Seri 'cause I feel like the the long lasting science simply -cations of this strange, Greenland, military experiment, were, you know, extremely valuable Stephan because I like the human can-do attitude of the whole thing. Yeah. Pretty good. Meaning. Yeah, it's like you have the slaves are going to build these really Bill temple's. Just just so that the rich people can have some shave ice somebody had to dry this and stuff. Well, it's like I don't know how they figure how to do made mostly. Figure out how to do anything. I was listening to something. And they're talking about how highways and bridges and stuff or built before computers. It's all. Yeah. Yeah. No, no. I was looking to my shoes earlier, and I was like that was like a lot of work. Yeah. The bottom of like, dude, like a lot of work of a huge amount of work went into this shoe, even just fabric. Right. Like everyone back in the day had make leather the figure out how to do that or weaving. Yeah. Forever by hand. No looms, even when they had looms that was also very hard special people with small fingers, aka children. Yeah. Yeah. Boy. Yeah. Let's change colors now. Okay. I'm sure I won't get stuck in this giant machine fine. All right. So it's time move on. It's time for science couch. Sam do you have science. Catch question for us. Do today's ask the science couch. Question comes from Jane Forbes Jane asks can you physically build structures out of ice like Millings slash houses. Explain why it might not be possible. Oh, well, you definitely can because that's what igloo is igloo. But can you make the ice palace in from the JAMES BOND movie hotels?.

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"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"We gathered together try to one up amazing delayed each other with science facts, we're playing for Gloria, but we're also keeping score awarding, Hank bucks. So we do everything we can to stay on topic. But judging from previous conversations with this group, we will not be great at that. So if somebody goes on a tangent, we can decide whether or not that tangent was worth it. And then we can take one of the Hank books away. Basically the rules are in flux, don't worry too much about it. Now as always we're going to introduce the topic with the traditional science poems. It's me a very hard time reading my poem. I'm just I'm prefacing that because I'm not super proud of it. Sometimes you brain just doesn't in the right spot. But you have to do it. And so you make yourself right to science limericks co you have to kind of energy freed that molecule from a polar to polar hydrogen bond now gas in the air it flies here. And there it waits until the cold comes when conditions ideal diagram it and people want to Instagram it the molecules freeze to their tiny cloud seeds, and they fall on my windshield. God, dammit. That was great plant you that. Doesn't make sense. Well, it sounds conditions ideal diagram. Doesn't mean. Anything sounds like a chemistry? Yeah. It sounds like a poem thing. Just Just like like. added words. Poetic secrets bullshit. Oh. To seek can't tell people to see you can't write poems. Now, though at that secret. It's our intellectual property. So all poems are hours. Now, we trademarked the idea of poetry his bullshit. Right. Bullshit poetry. That's just us. Good. Well, I'm into it. And the topic today is is in snow, and I assume other kinds of solid water. Wait, what other kinds of solid water? Are there sides? Like, well, snow, ice and snow snow is ice. Yes. So you there's no reason to say snow, but like, I guess it kind of feels like it's not ice because it snow, and like frost doesn't really feel like is. You know? But it's all is it secret one this like seventeen cigarette ones Seri knows about the secrets. Yeah. Unless you all secret. Tells by they only on like, Mars and stuff a lot of them. We haven't found unlike they couldn't form on or secret. We haven't even found. There are different crystalline structures of so different ways that the ice crystal conform and sometimes rely on different temperatures different pressures and pressure. Some some of those temperatures and pressures are hard to get to in the molecular structure stiff shift around some of them. I think are Glasser. So they have like weird transitions. They behave strangely where they're a solid. But if you squish them a little bit too much than they start getting only morpheus, I don't really know a lot about them because this gets to like the really theoretical chemistry. Yeah. Yeah. It's a pretty like nerdy part of chemistry like there's a lot of thought about ice crystals. So what is? Is is hangs poem said water molecules that are in a solid form..

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"hank bucks" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"hank bucks" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"Yeah looks like a common comedic tone to it absolutely does but still has kind of superhero ick epoca bold look so it looks like somebody was just like fucking around in like in three d program in splintering got a nice three d bend on three d renders rendered the bubbles and lighting effects and all the shit you expect it's fine looks comedy ray comedic yes that was interesting it does tell you that this may be a comedy that this is going to be a bunch of lofts if it's funny then also forgiven doubt it's it's going to be one of cringing funny yeah i mean like how funny they can't do like deadpool funny like what kind of funny would work for zam like you know wholesome funny like it's going to be big basically well that's like tom hanks buck in you know wholesome funny what's going to thirteen going on thirty so like yes lab sticky swap doc sometimes that could work the other aid trout movies can we think freaky friday freaky friday with kirk cameron that wasn't that thirteen going on thirty no i think cameron is another one he does the switch switch movie which well of course the parent trap being reachable google google switch movies by goto the google machine is the switch but that's blake edwards that's different how you gonna google this what's the searched her rowdy swat movies every ready ago okay reading me let's do it the change up.

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