Bill Hammack explores the world of engineering
Which stage of alzheimers are you into...
Yeah mate ...it's Shiney!
And then...and then they make and sell you aluminum pots and pans that you heat food in...now...what do you think happens when you heat an aluminum pot or pan with food innit...my guess is that aluminum permeates into that food you ingest when cooked. But...not to worry you won't remember where the alzheimers came from any way...so just go right ahead ....can you say obliviously...
Called urban renual.
Aluminum causes cancer and alzheimers desease...sugar is rocket fuel for cancer.....their putting acidic sodas in them that actually break down the aluminum and absorb it into thee soda....that general public actually put to their mouths and drink...put bingo their bodies...well...because they don't seek knowledge ...they trust that no one would intentionally do something that would harm them for money....right? Nobody would do that....uh huh...ok...I guess not...
Truly amazing thanks for this
Can someone please elaborate on how a dome reduces the metal needed to manufacture the can? I'm sort of confused on this one. Does it reduce the metal needed because it reinforces the bottom of the can (less reinforcement, less metal)?
@engineerguy Whoa, didn't expect a reply from the creator. I see, I was narrowly thinking that a curved surface has more surface area than a flat one. Thank you!
It can be made thinner because it is domed (it is stronger)
I can’t help but to keep coming back to this video in order to uphold my aluminum beverage can knowledge for absolutely no reason
Very good explanation, I love it. greetings from Argentina
Great video. Just do me a favor and never show me yourself placing a playing music box against your teeth, again. It is like nails on a chalk board.
A wonderful video, congratulations!
Force of gravity? Gravity's not a force🤣 maybe this is an old video. But by the definition of FORCE ... Gravity does not fit within it's requirements. Hmmm it's amazing they still teach this incorrect information about gravity. The rest of the video is good though.
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Good reference... US2402463 Drinking Bird (47) patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/44/87/01/333de332167c66/US2402463.pdf
How mad we've never heard of this
About using them as a computer output device -- some early IBM printing terminals did exactly that (input too), for instance IBM 2741 (and that wasn't even the first one, just a popular early model). Now I wonder how these Selectrics avoided problems with the cables stretching over time? Never seemed to occur.
Tech Connections brought me back to the memory lane. Miss you, Bill.
In the eighties in England, pull tabs were still around. We'd seperate the tabs, bend the tab in between the circular wedge....and boy did that thing go flying like a frisbee for like 50 ft!
Some of the No.s Quoted here can't be true
Thank you for this channel...I'm in awe of the engineering marvels of America and beyond. These inventions are what keeps civilization "civilized"
Absolutely amazing !!
I'm like Judge Kavanaugh. I like beer. Same principle.
Worked in this industry for over 30 years and still found this interesting thanks to good presentation style.
I came here for the comment section
We have been waiting for you.
I’m going to try and make this
I always assumed the Dvorak keyboard was only for typing Czech
How about adding corrections for relativities and Sagnac effect?
Great job on the video, I may sign up to be an advanced viewer. Love all of your videos.