Tag

explainer

Browsing

https://www.youtube.com/embed/N3ZrbKYmjQ0 what if i said that your drinking water contains  an element that's used in batteries and that   it could also be affecting your mood sometimes  referred to as the magic ion this element's name   is lithium and a recent review of decades of  research has found that trace amounts of lithium   found in the tap could be stabilizing your mood  and may even have the potential to reduce the risk   of suicide of all the elements lithium is one  of the lightest this soft silvery white metal   occurs naturally in soil rocks and many foods it's  also highly reactive particularly with water and   varying degrees of lithium can be found in  surface water groundwater and seawater around   the world and not only is it valued for boosting  the energy density of our batteries over the past   few decades lithium has gained recognition in  the medical community for its powerful…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/vcFAtjtpAgQ Das ist Martin. Martin kommt gerade vom Sport und möchte sich nach dem Joggen noch eine Stärkung beim Bäcker holen. Beim Bezahlen merkt Martin, dass er kein Geld dabei hat. War’s das jetzt mit seinen Brötchen? Nein! Martin fällt ein, dass er sich erst gestern eine App zum mobilen Bezahlen installiert hat. Mit ihr kann er einfach mit dem Handy bezahlen. Martin ist begeistert. martin an den frühstückstisch doch eine frage lässt ihn nicht los wie funktioniert das eigentlich wenn er mit seinem handy bezahlt? das bezahlen mit dem smartphone funktioniert über die sogenannte nfc technologie nfc steht für near field communication es bezeichnet die kontaktlose datenübertragung über wenige zentimeter das smartphone muss dabei nah an das bezahlterminal gehalten werden es sendet die im smartphone hinterlegten bankdaten an die kasse diese überprüft bei der bank ob genug geld vorhanden ist.Wenn die bank der zahlung zustimmt wird der bezahlvorgang fortgesetzt…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/pQHUOTCRv3E Das ist Jonas. Er ist manchmal ganz schön genervt von seiner Familie. Beim Familientreffen wird es häufiger mal laut. Dann geht es um Onkel Benno, der immer pleite ist oder um Oma Henriette, die mit dem neumodischen Kram nicht klar kommt. Und Jonas denkt sich: „Das kommt mir bekannt vor! Genauso ist es, wenn im Fernsehen von der EU berichtet wird.“ Es wird gestritten. Es geht um Geld und um die richtige Verteilung. Manche wollen besondere Rechte, aber trotzdem soll es eine gleichberechtigte Einheit sein, genau wie in Jonas Familie.Auch wenn man mal streitet, sorgt man füreinander. Onkel Benno kümmert sich um Oma Henriette und Oma Henriette unterstützt Onkel Benno. In der EU sorgen die verschiedenen Institutionen für einen geregelten Ablauf. Hier werden gemeinsame Gesetze entwickelt oder die Finanzen verwaltet. Ziel ist eine gemeinsame politische Richtung. Denn in einer Gemeinschaft lässt sich vieles besser umsetzen und das bringt Vorteile…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/9c3C-R18MMU This is me. Getting punched in the face. And this is J.J. Dashnaw, stunt coordinator from Spenser Confidential. It wasn’t that hard to get this shot, because I was actually getting hit. And yes, it hurt, bad, by the way. Legend has it that that’s how a few movie punches were done in the beginning of the medium. But, now, most of the big, cathartic, painful-looking punches that you remember are actually intricate, carefully planned dances between performers and camera, choreographed by a guy like this. He’ll help us break down all the many steps needed to capture the perfect movie punch — and, fighting gods willing, help us fulfill a dream by filming our own. So the heroes in the Boston action flick Spenser Confidential solve crimes and right wrongs and drive all-black vehicles.Two grown men running around playing Batman! But they also punch people. A lot. Our…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/NtfHggkzmN8 So imagine you’re wrapping up a night out. You’re ready to head home, but driving isn’t an option, and you don’t want to wait for public transit. So you use your phone and you fire up Uber, or Lyft, or whatever ride-hailing app floats your boat. 20 minutes later you’re faced with this screen. Do you tip your driver or not? No. Sometimes. …Sometimes. I can’t tell you the last time I tipped an Uber or Lyft.Sometimes I’ll do it. Sometimes I won’t. I should tip. I tip every single ride. Wow. Aren’t we just like, much better than me. So riders are all over the place with how they’re tipping. Turns out, only about 35% of riders tip consistently. When I talk to drivers, tipping is definitely a big deal for them. It’s something that’s on their minds, and it can make or break a ride for them.…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/SxOBxgCptwA – Mindhunter on Netflix. It's David Fincher doing what he does best. It's probably the best TV show that serial killers ever made. Episode 1, we open with a classic David Fincher sequence. You've seen it before in Seven and Zodiac. It's a bird's-eye view, there's low color. Holden's trying to negotiate with a suicidal man who's gone off his medication. The guy ends up shooting himself in the head. The cops around Holden are totally fine with that, and Holden feels like he could've done more. We also see Holden try to smoke some weed, and he's not very good at it. He's clearly a square. So is his partner, Bill Tench, who's kind of like a classic hard boiled detective. He thinks that bad guys are bad guys and that's all you need to know.So, Episode 2, this is exciting, cause this is when we see B.T.K.…

This video was made possible by Hover. Get 10% off your custom domain or email from Hover at Hover.com/Wendover. When nuclear bombs obliterate the earth or a virus wipes out the human race or robots push mankind out of existence the US Government believes that democracy should continue on. The country believes that, even if the population of the US ceases to exist, the country should go on. Akin to its almost paranoid nature, the US government has a series of defined protocols on how to continue the country when the country is no longer—the Continuity of Government Plans. You probably already know about part of these plans because you probably know about the US president’s line of succession. If the president dies, there’s a list of 17 people ranging all the way from the Vice President down to the Secretary of Homeland Security who would take their place.With such…