Bill Hammack explores the world of engineering


  • Markus Hack
    Markus HackСағат бұрын

    There are also more ways to pull the fim strip throug a projector. For instance a 35mm or 70mm projector mostly use the geneva drive. Imax-Projectors use the so called rolling loop.

  • Galgad Smith
    Galgad SmithСағат бұрын

    TepE E as in Echo.

  • kevin
    kevin3 сағат бұрын

    In 5 years of architecture high school and 5 years of engineering university... i never encountered this explanation

  • Георгий
    Георгий4 сағат бұрын

    Hello , Bill, we missed you very much

  • Prokrast Nation
    Prokrast Nation7 сағат бұрын

    It’s such a privilege to have you back!

  • Rob Kunkel
    Rob Kunkel7 сағат бұрын

    🎂🎈First time here. Subscribed. My interest in structural engineering science started with my doing tours of a tiny 1833 Synagogue in the Caribbean island of St. Thomas. We marvel at the structure lasting through fire, earthquakes and hurricanes without problems … until Congregants tried removing the inside plaster to expose bricks for beauty. They took countless photos and created post cards with it that way, Then … they learned that this activity was disastrous to the “rubble construction”, which used molasses to counteract the salt problem which is inherent in this part of the world. It is now plastered again and beautiful. Great video. I’m sticking around.

  • Charles Manning
    Charles Manning9 сағат бұрын

    compare what the engineering method achieved over 1000 years with what the scientific method has achieved over 300 years. Stone temples to cathedrals (stone and glass temple?), from telescopes to space telescopes orbiting the l2 region beaming images of objects billions of light years away back to earth. A lot can be achieved by passing down practical techniques from generation to generation but a lot more can be achieved by understanding how those techniques work.

  • Donald Holden
    Donald Holden12 сағат бұрын

    It's 3:00AM and I don't know how the hell I got here.

  • Nick Manley
    Nick Manley18 сағат бұрын

    What about the bpa plastic liner?

  • Sensu Dubs
    Sensu Dubs19 сағат бұрын

    I find it interesting how an engineering solution to a problem can end up having multiple uses. Engineering marches on that way.

  • Alexander Hartdegen
    Alexander Hartdegen20 сағат бұрын

    You explained what you can find on any basic explanation that anyone can find on the net. You are a video bullshit director engineer. But people like it, so keep it up.

  • virtualcircuit
    virtualcircuitКүн бұрын

    The masons loft in York minster still has the plaster of Paris floor where they would have traced the elements to scale directly on the floor.

  • WeDoMusic
    WeDoMusicКүн бұрын

    Czech chemist. Wow!

  • Prokrast Nation
    Prokrast NationКүн бұрын

    I’m so glad you’re back!!!

  • Will Mcgonigle
    Will McgonigleКүн бұрын

    I watch this video at least twice a year

  • Pelicanus
    PelicanusКүн бұрын

    Wonderful content! You explain things so clearly. Thanks!

  • Schneitz Butcher
    Schneitz ButcherКүн бұрын

    voice is a nice touch for narration

  • Kurazaybo
    KurazayboКүн бұрын

    unfortunately non recyclable and pollutant

  • MonkeyShaman
    MonkeyShamanКүн бұрын

    Yeah, but how do you go from "i created a tinu bowl of soft plastic" to "what if i stick it into my eye?"? Or was he initially looking to make a contact lens?

  • Imperial Doggo
    Imperial DoggoКүн бұрын

    I would love to see some Spotify playlists aswell. I feel like that could work a lot better for lots of us.

  • ريم محمد
    ريم محمدКүн бұрын

    Hi I study chemical engineer Can i watch videos and learning

  • SpasmFingers
    SpasmFingersКүн бұрын

    Why did I think this was going to be about lemon demon

  • 12
    12Күн бұрын

    1:08 what do you mean "ALMOST no wasted space?

  • Quinn Meier
    Quinn Meier2 күн бұрын

    Algorithm has us back yet again

  • Avyan Shang
    Avyan Shang2 күн бұрын

    Ayg hilak 😂. anyway thanks for creating educational video, very fan of your work.

  • robert lavedas
    robert lavedas2 күн бұрын

    Can someone please absolutely clarify, one thing.... A change in temperature (energy) of 3/10’s (.3) between the top and bottom (micro climate zones separated by the liquid) will cause the bird to barely/slowly function, Is that .3 (3/10’s) * F? Or .3 * C? Big difference,

  • China Slayer
    China Slayer2 күн бұрын

    So can there be food that doesn't rock around?

  • atomixfang
    atomixfang2 күн бұрын

    Putting contact lenses for education. That is dedication!.

  • sitt2000
    sitt20002 күн бұрын

    AH HA!

  • Ian Cameron
    Ian Cameron2 күн бұрын

    that’s literally Chuck McGill

  • Sean Mullane
    Sean Mullane2 күн бұрын

    Thrilled you're back creating content, looking forward to seeing more. 😊👍

  • D. O. O.
    D. O. O.2 күн бұрын

    my lord this is brilliant 😭

  • Acycle 212
    Acycle 2122 күн бұрын

    Ludwig brought me here yet again

  • Jeffrey Halverson
    Jeffrey Halverson2 күн бұрын

    Why do you know so much about cans? Why did I watch the entire vid? Why do I want more? .....

  • MofBombay
    MofBombay2 күн бұрын

    Glow sticks are magic just like water witching

  • Daniel
    Daniel2 күн бұрын

    Aristotle: "The bird drinks whisky more because it's an alcoholic bird"

  • hghtrfnko
    hghtrfnko2 күн бұрын

    .... doesn't hurt.😢

  • Dredgen-hawk 517
    Dredgen-hawk 5172 күн бұрын

    A child’s WHAT?

  • engineerguy
    engineerguy2 күн бұрын

    You heard me …

  • Howard Wiersgalla
    Howard Wiersgalla2 күн бұрын


  • Michael Xing
    Michael Xing3 күн бұрын

    wonderful video. I love your series about the philosophy behind engineering as I am fascinated by engineering as well. However, the part where you demonstrate the spinning plastic turbine is a bit off. Though turbines spin towards the convex side of the blades, the gas enters from the side more parallel to the axle’s direction, that is the opposite direction as shown in the video. Otherwise fantastic video!

  • engineerguy
    engineerguy3 күн бұрын

    Thank you for kind words. Indeed I erred: the version in the playlist is updated and corrected. (KZread doesn't let you replace an already posted video ...)

  • osmosis johns
    osmosis johns3 күн бұрын

    Are there hard contacts then?

  • Kaechos
    Kaechos2 күн бұрын

    There actually used to be contact lenses made from glass. Must have been horrible

  • TheMonkeyDood
    TheMonkeyDood3 күн бұрын

    Yeah dude. U been living under a rock?

  • Amir Azrie
    Amir Azrie3 күн бұрын

    Idk why is it so funny when the camera zooms out. The tears, it got me good 😂

  • engineerguy
    engineerguy3 күн бұрын

    Thank you for acknowledging my sacrifice

  • H Matthysen
    H Matthysen3 күн бұрын

    The sacrifices you make for our education are greatly appreciated.

  • engineerguy
    engineerguy3 күн бұрын

    It hurt to put the contact in to my eye in the bright light!

  • RossRoyce
    RossRoyce3 күн бұрын

    Fascinating! I remember some waterconduits in Peru, small, 5 inches broad canals dab into stone, slanted and many feet long. The water flowed smoothly and fast. The simple act of passing a finger through the width of the canal caused the water to flow slow and sticking to one side of the canal. It was in some sort of video or documentary.

  • osmosis johns
    osmosis johns3 күн бұрын


  • DL Lambert
    DL Lambert3 күн бұрын

    In HI they use slightly different cans due to way the island specifically made 🏭 machines. Soda & beer companies found it was cheaper, more practical to bottle-can soft drinks directly in HI, south Pacific. 🏝

  • Jonathan Harston
    Jonathan Harston3 күн бұрын

    This is the comeback to the luddites who scream "we musn't do this until we understand the science!" We *NEVER* understand the science, only parts of it. Even today there is no complete scientific understanding of what electricity "is" or how it "works", yet we use it, and know how it behaves in different conditions, so can use that knowledge to shape its use, even though we do not know what it "is".

  • HalfSourLizard
    HalfSourLizard3 күн бұрын

    If you don't understand what you've done / why it works, you've not solved the problem.

  • HalfSourLizard
    HalfSourLizard3 күн бұрын

    (Which is why I'm NOT an engineer, I suppose.)

  • books
    books4 күн бұрын

    came here to see if the drinking bird aboard the Nostromo could still have been running while the crew were in hypersleep for several months. It appears so, as there was a light source behind the bird the entire time.

  • Julius Unique
    Julius Unique4 күн бұрын

    shorts do no longer fill up the subscriptions tab, so please activate it showing there again as I didn't see this short in my subscription box