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Offline DaveMorton
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That. Was. Trippy. And while I understand what was said, it skews what we were all taught in school such that it seems unnatural. However, it makes sense to me, so... Should I still use the "gravitic" model, or the "spacetime" model? Hmmm. scratch-head
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Offline Snowcrash Topic starter
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The model that stops you tripping over thing 'cos gravity hurts is the best model.  Grin

I post these as they're fairly light and accessible. For more in depth try PBS Space Time.
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First in a new season of these. All the others were paid for episodes so I'm expecting the same this time.
Very interesting.

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Here's one that I found interesting. It's not new, however. It's from 2013.

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Offline DaveMorton
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This isn't the typical Vsauce episode. It's a TED talk that Michael gave on asking questions, and gives some pretty good insight into why Vsauce came about.

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Offline DaveMorton
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While not technically from the Vsauce channel, I think this vid from Michael is really interesting:

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As always, a highly informative and entertaining video  Smiley

Thanks for posting Dave   thumbsup
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While not technically from the Vsauce channel, I think this vid from Michael is really interesting:

Thanks Dave.  I like the table saw segment.

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Offline Snowcrash Topic starter
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This is a Dong but I thought I'd post it here anyway...

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Enjoyed that - thank you Snowy.

One of the first things I remember doing online was looking for illusions.
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