Casually Explained: Magnets

Avaldati 17 veebr 2016
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  • to oversimplify spin: imagine a ball and its spinning except its not spinning and there's no ball

  • ngl, i absolutely loved this vid. i did not expect it to be so educational

  • @1:19 physics major here. In all seriousness if you want to hear a really cool experiment you can do with a microwave at home, then here it is. Ask yourself, if I put an incandescent lightbulb in the microwave at a low setting (make sure it’s an incandescent lightbulb and not an led as all that will happen with an led is that you’ll fry the electronics) what will happen. I think the answer may surprise a lot of people. Spoilers: the light bulb will not cause an explosion or anything like that. The lightbulb will actually turn on. This is because of the way microwaves use radiation to heat things. The microwave is creating an electromagnetic field. This electromagnetic field will create a current that flows through the light bulb which is exactly what causes the bulb to turn on

  • Why doesnt your microwave have a rotating plate in the centre or is that a British thing?

  • Most of the information in this video is actually accurate, so you can reference this for your next Physics: Electricity and Magnetism class.

  • Did the followup video get taken down? I can't seem to find it.

  • Guys, we got a hand reveal.

  • dude added Lutetium 71 in ms paint by himself on the periodic table slide

  • It’s video is 4 mins and 20 seconds long

  • Dude casually explained is white????? WTF DUDE I THOUGHT HE WAS SOMALIAN WTF

  • Having just finished physics II, this hits too close to home

  • You should do more physics videos it is really helpful

  • 4:20 nice

  • As a dying APC kid, I was surprised to see how informative this video would be considering he was actually mentioning shit like the right hand rule..... and then he started talking about domesticating magnets immediately after.... AMAZING

  • Freshmen: "What exactly is spin?" Post-docs: "What exactly is spin?"

    • imagine a ball that's spinning, except it's not a ball and it's not spinning

  • 666 dislikes ironic lmao

  • why is your microwave so long

  • He sounds so tired of life in this one

  • why are all the smart people on youtube also funny asf..

  • Hmm. Maybe you're right, but I'll go to the mormons for the real answer

  • As many a physist before my time has said when describing spin: Imagine like a ball spinning. Except there's no ball, and it's not spinning.

  • I like the video length noice

  • He's white?

  • You're never too cool for the right hand rule

  • I am absolutely sure I learned all of this in middle school science class and yet I absolutely remember none of it.

  • My dad said he was gonna take a brownie break, and he hasn’t returned from Starbucks for 15 years

  • buz buz

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  • Man has brownies and he's talking about using a magnet to pick up girls.

  • This sounds like the kind of stuff a science teacher would say to check if his students are paying attention or not

  • Theres no way this actually showed up on the same day i was learning about magnets, thank god "causally explained" taught me everything i need since i didnt understand anything from school

  • yeah bitch, magnets

  • Coughing at 0:50

  • Sooo... This is me learning for my test tomorrow

  • Where do I order my chick magnet?

  • Watch this: eeclone.info/glo/u2jHjomnhYZ6xoY/video. You now realize you don't understand magnetism :)

  • My class actually used this for magnetism

  • Don't forget to like the video

  • YEAH BIATCH! MAGNETS!

  • Imagine this guy writing his script and then saying it without any emotion whatsoever. Must be fun 0.O

  • it's me, from brownies anonymous

  • Lol 4:20 long

  • Tasmania is the only state in Australia worth living in!

  • Holy shit! I did not expect this to actually be an excellent introduction to how magnets work! I didn't know the parts about spin cancelling out before.

  • Wait, you and Internet Historian are from Australia, and both have over 100 subs. Are you the same person?

  • If you want Machine Learning casually explained subscribe to my EEclone

  • Didnt Expect that

  • You sound like the guy from the love chat

  • Fucking magnets, how do they work

  • Not everyone's brain run's off mostly glucose. Idiots who eat a keto diet have brains that run off ketones. I have a seizure disorder and my doctor suggested I switched to a keto diet. Fuck. That. First off the food sucks and once you've been on it long enough to where your brain starts using ketones for energy your thinking and behavior become different, it's.... idk.... slower? Look It's fucked up. Glucose ftw.

  • This is the most YSAC of his videos

  • Gravity really should've been the one that doesn't lift considering its lower strength relative to the other three fundamental forces

    • It already says gravity is "relatively weak"

  • r/fuckamerica

  • Haha he used to live there

  • Should have put a cut grape in the microwave...

  • i swear, i understand everything when it is casually explained by this awesome guy, I mostly enjoy the humor and sarcasm

  • TIL Casually Explained is imbred

  • How did he know i would be eating a brownie mid vid

  • The first part of the video sounded like he was reading a wiki page.

  • He doesn’t have a stick figure hand in real life and I’m kind of disappointed.

  • this is a magnetic moment am i right

  • Thanks to this video I learned something accurate, then I learned some nonsense, then I learned something misleading, then I learned something irrelevant and then I learned something profound (cancelled out magnetic moments) and I I'm grateful.

  • Ahhhh. I remember in my physics exams, all of us spinning hands in the air for no aparent reason. :)

  • We take this in depth in Syria by year 11 aka: 16-17 y/o is that normal for the rest of the world?

  • Instructions not clear, I'm out of brownies

  • Watching this video after having passed my electromagnetism exam (for the fourth time because I failed it three times lulululul) and judging by what I know about it (not alot since I failed three times, please focus on what I say, I already said it above, smh) it's pretty accurate. And the funny part is that he explained the part about magnetisation, and I remember skipped this part while studying (don't ask me why, it's called discrimination and humanity does it since more than 2000 years, don't judge me like this), man this comment wasn't meant to be like this, what am I doing with my life... '-'

  • Who else thinks casually explained, sam-o-nella and gradeAunderA would make a good, yet super toxic team?

  • this video is very big brain

  • You think you’re God?

  • Awesome, your 10 minute internet search on magnetism was great, even though you sounded like you were repeating other people's lame theories on magnetism. Great theories, but no facts.

    • What? This is literally in all the textbooks across the globe of course it's fact

  • That brownie demonstration showed NOTHING 😂

  • Why does his microwave look like it straight from the 1990s

  • At 1:09 I thought he was drawing Unknowns, any1 else?

  • You know whats interesting? Magnets.. Especially for idiots like you

  • The closest we’ll get to a face reveal

  • My favourite part of the video is where i get a break to grab a brownie. Thank you James.

  • This is the closest we are getting to a face reveal

  • Glad I noticed video length. ❤️

  • Wait did I just learn about magnets? Also 4:20

  • Hahahahaha I love this because chemistry is my favorite school subject and brownies are my favorite dessert!

  • video is 4:20 and he keeps talking about brownies 🤔

  • Hey you used to live in tassie? I live in tassie, what part about were you in?

  • ASAP Science who?

  • 2:11 Try with a fork next time

  • Doesn't electromagnetism also obey the inverse square law? Just like gravity?

  • I understood nothing but the brownie thing

  • You're a fucking idiot I love it and I mean that in an endearing way....... we the same dawg

  • My man can just see and make out individual atoms with his naked eyes.

  • Where was this video when I was studying physics in college

  • Actually not bad of an explanation.

  • 0:55 its crazy how much stuff i remember from college, but didnt realize i remembered it til this video.. the little finger thing

  • ha ha u used to live in tassie

  • Whenever he's explaining something scientific or informative, I can never tell if he's being serious or not. And now I have a large amount of knowledge about magnets that I don't know if are factually accurate.

  • 🧢🎓🎩👒👑

  • Imagine living in Tasmania

  • Scyience

  • 2:32 the current actually flows to the opposite direction relative to the movement of the electron

  • Ahh the Devil is from Tasmania.

  • Rofl

  • Isnt gravitational force the strongest of all the fundamental forces?

    • No on the most part gravitational force is quite weak