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17:50Titanium - The Metal That Made The SR-71 Possible
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  • Your analysis of the roi on the nuclear plant with profit skyrocketing after year 17 seems to contradict the levelized energy cost numbers later in the video, showing nuclear to be by far the most expensive. Let's face it- natural gas and coal are the best solutions, nuclear should be base load, and wind and solar have limited use. Storage will be orders of magnitude more expensive. Also, these are first- world problems. The third world cannot afford these luxurious alternatives.

  • Your analysis of the roi on the nuclear plant with profit skyrocketing after year 17 seems to contradict the levelized energy cost numbers later in the video, showing nuclear to be by far the most expensive. Let's face it- natural gas and coal are the best solutions, nuclear should be base load, and wind and solar have limited use. Storage will be orders of magnitude more expensive. Also, these are first- world problems. The third world cannot afford these luxurious alternatives.

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  • Renewables aren't cheap because they are subsidized. Renewables are cheap because we use fossil fuel powered industries and transport to produce them. Also, i think it wouod be interesting to compare fossil and renewable subsidies with regard to how much energy they produce. Last tipe I checked, the world mainly runs on fossil fuels which means that the subsidies per kilowatt-hour are lower no? That being said, i agree renewables still are crucial to fighting climate change along with nuclear, and we really need to phase fossil fuel out of our energy production for sure.

  • Hello Gaudi constructed like a cartune network creations. I like it 👌. Saludos love the people of Barcelona

  • The price for the F-35A is now under 80 million USD pr,. aircraft

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  • Apologies if I sound rude but the Jug does not mean Juggernaut, it is called that because it resembles a milk jug.

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  • It’s cool that there’s still giant projects nowadays that people can appreciate in the future. Reminds me of the duomo and other cathedrals

  • Sagrada Familia.... Not Sangrada Familia... Sorry.. It kinda irritating..

  • I have some American friends and every goddamn time i have to convert kg into pound and inches to meter bla bla it sucks given we are such good friends

  • Damn, *why did TRUMP not charge tourists admission to his great construction sites?*

  • i really want this to happen.

  • But how do *they* know it’s binary

  • Actually nuclear is safe... It is also quite cheap, if you don't look at the worst graph there is. It can actually adjust, if you look at energy production in Germany more closely - it is only the cheapest to run it at 90% all the time

  • First you say that nuclear is cheaper than gas only to show the worst graph there is at the end?

  • One thing that you have missed is comparing energy prices between Germany and France. Germany has 0.31€ for Kwh, and France has 0.18€ per Kwh. So somehow, 50-40% of renewable energy makes the prices in Germany 2 times higher which makes renewable energy 4 times more expensive. It may be different in California of course, but California ain't all of the USA, right?

  • Very interesting video

  • Titanium is my first metal

  • what world have we come to, to even suggest this? How about we stop cutting trees down, plant more trees, flowers, gardens to not only lower the emissions but to have more O2 in the atmosphere. Did you guys not know that the sun is the main reason we’re a living foundation? No sun, no photosynthesis. We wouldn’t even be able to plant crops. Also the sun gives us so much energy especially for those who have high levels of melanin in their skin. So just by this question, it’s obvious that even the “smart ones” aren’t educated.

  • Birds actually pull around 10 G and up to 14 G regularly

  • The distance is actually 220,000,000 leagues

  • BS, I love metric and it is my main measurement system, but imperial lets you "eyeball" way better. Conversion errors speak ill of the people who perform them and not of the systems themselves.

  • we need this for the covid vaccine

  • Too bad Cali didn't build a couple of nuclear power plants with all the money they are and have been wasting.

  • Explain that to Arizona people how good green energy is

  • To all imperial fan boys... you have no idea what pain is. Prior to German unification and the compulsory use of metric around 1872 we also had our own measurements, but we also had a few thousand principalities all with their own measurement systems, for a fun time look up obsolete german units. Here is only the list of some of the feet measurements used: Place Name Local equivalent International (English) equivalents Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle) Feldmaßfuß ​1⁄6 Klafter 282 mm (11.10 in) Aachen Baufuß ​1⁄16 Ruthe 288 mm (11.34 in) Aargau, Canton of Fuß 300 mm (11.81 in) Aichstadt, Bavaria old Fuß 307 mm (12.09 in) Altona, Holstein Fuß 286 mm (11.26 in) Anspach, Bavaria Werkfuß 299 mm (11.77 in) Appenzell, Canton of Fuß 313 mm (12.32 in) Aschaffenberg, Bavaria Fuß 288 mm (11.34 in) Augsburg, Bavaria Werkschuh 296 mm (11.65 in) Baden Reichsfuß 10 Zoll, ​1⁄10 Ruthe 300 mm (11.81 in) Baireuth, Bavaria Fuß 298 mm (11.73 in) Bamberg, Bavaria Fuß 303 mm (11.93 in) Basel, Canton of Stadtschuh 304 mm (11.97 in) Bavaria Fuß 292 mm (11.50 in) Bergamo, Austria Fuß ​1⁄6 Cavezzo 435 mm (17.13 in) Berlin Prussian Reichsfuß 313.8536 mm (12.36 in)[4] Bern, Canton of gewöhnlicher Fuß 12 Zoll 298 mm (11.73 in) Bern, Canton of Steinbrecherfuß 13 Zoll 317 mm (12.48 in) Bohemia Fuß or Stopa 296 mm (11.65 in) Bozen, Austria Tyroler-Fuß 334 mm (13.15 in) Braunschweig (Brunswick) Fuß ​1⁄16 Ruthe 285 mm (11.22 in) Bremen Fuß ​1⁄16 Ruthe 289 mm (11.38 in) Breslau old Silesian Fuß ​1⁄16 Ruthe 283 mm (11.14 in) Bünden, Canton of churischer Fuß 322 mm (12.68 in) Calenberg Land Fuß ​1⁄16 Ruthe 292 mm (11.50 in) Carlsruhe (as Baden) Fuß 300 mm (11.81 in) Cassel, Hessen Fuß ​1⁄14 Ruthe 287 mm (11.30 in) Cleve, Prussia Fuß 295 mm (11.61 in) Cöln am Rhein (Cologne), Prussia Fuß 287 mm (11.30 in) Cremona, Austria old Fuß 480 mm (18.90 in) Danzig, Prussia old Fuß ​1⁄2 Elle 287 mm (11.30 in) Darmstadt Hessian Reichsfuß 10 Zoll 250 mm (9.84 in) Darmstadt old Darmstadt Fuß 12 Zoll 288 mm (11.34 in) Dordrecht, Netherlands Fuß 361 mm (14.21 in) Dresden, Saxony Fuß 260 mm (10.24 in) Duderstadt, Hanover Fuß 290 mm (11.42 in) Durlach (as Baden) Fuß 300 mm (11.81 in) Durlach old Fuß 291 mm (11.46 in) Emden, Hanover Fuß 296 mm (11.65 in) Erfurt, Prussia old Fuß ​1⁄14 Feldruthe, ​1⁄16 Bauruthe 283 mm (11.14 in) Frankfurt am Main Fuß 285 mm (11.22 in) Freiburg, Canton of Werkfuß 12 Zoll, ​1⁄10 Werkklafter 293 mm (11.54 in) Friedberg in der Wetterau, Oberhessen Fuß 291 mm (11.46 in) Friedrichsstadt, Denmark Fuß 296 mm (11.65 in) Fulda, Kurhessen Werkfuß ​1⁄2 Elle 250 mm (9.84 in) Genf (Geneva), Canton of Fuß ​1⁄8 Ruthe 325 mm (12.80 in) Gießen, Oberhessen Fuß 298 mm (11.73 in) Glarus, Canton of Fuß 300 mm (11.81 in) Glatz, Prussia Werkfuß 287 mm (11.30 in) Göttingen, Hanover Fuß 291 mm (11.46 in) Gotha, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha Fuß 287 mm (11.30 in) Halle an der Saale, Prussia Werkfuß 288 mm (11.34 in) Halle an der Saale, Prussia Feldfuß 433 mm (17.05 in) Hamburg Fuß ​1⁄6 Klafter, ​1⁄16 Geestruthe 286 mm (11.26 in) Hanau, Hessen Fuß ​2⁄25 Ruthe 285 mm (11.22 in) Hanover, capital of the Kingdom Fuß ​1⁄2 Elle, ​1⁄16 Ruthe 292 mm (11.50 in) Heidelberg, Baden Fuß 278 mm (10.94 in) Heilbronn, Württemberg Fuß 278 mm (10.94 in) Heiligenstadt, Prussia old Fuß 283 mm (11.14 in) Herford, Prussia old Fuß 295 mm (11.61 in) Hildesheim, Hanover Fuß ​1⁄16 Ruthe 280 mm (11.02 in) Holstein Fuß 296 mm (11.65 in) Innsbruck, Austria Tyroler-Fuß 317 mm (12.48 in) Königsberg, Prussia old Fuß ​1⁄15 Ruthe 307 mm (12.09 in) Krakau Fuß or Stopa 356 mm (14.02 in) Lausanne, Canton of Waadt Fuß 293 mm (11.54 in) Leipzig, Saxony gewöhnlicher Fuß ​1⁄2 Elle, ​1⁄6 Klafter ​1⁄16 Ruthe 282 mm (11.10 in) Lemberg, Austria Galizian Fuß 297 mm (11.69 in) Lemgo, Lippe Fuß 287 mm (11.30 in) Lindau, Bavaria Fuß 307 mm (12.09 in) Lindau, Bavaria Feldmeßschuh, Bauschuh 289 mm (11.38 in) Linz, Austria Fuß Klafter 303 mm (11.93 in) Lübeck Fuß 291 mm (11.46 in) Lucern, Canton of Fuß (for wood measure) 314 mm (12.36 in) Lucern, Canton of Zimmerwerkschuh 304 mm (11.97 in) Lucern, Canton of Bau- and Feldmeßschuh 284 mm (11.18 in) Milan, Austria old Fuß 398 mm (15.67 in) Mainz, Hessen Werkfuß 314 mm (12.36 in) Mainz, Hessen Kameralfuß (for firewood) 287 mm (11.30 in) Mannheim, Baden Fuß 290 mm (11.42 in) Mecklenburg Fuß ​1⁄2 Elle, ​1⁄16 Ruthe 291 mm (11.46 in) Metz, France old Fuß 406 mm (15.98 in) Mühlhausen, Prussia Fuß ​1⁄16 Ruthe 281 mm (11.06 in) Neufchatel, Principality of Werkfuß 293 mm (11.54 in) Neufchatel, Principality of Feldmeßfuß 318 mm (12.52 in) Nordhausen, Prussia old Fuß 292 mm (11.50 in) Nuremberg, Bavaria Stadtfuß ​1⁄16 Ruthe 304 mm (11.97 in) Nuremberg, Bavaria Artillery Fuß 292 mm (11.50 in) Oldenburg Fuß ​1⁄20 Ruthe 296 mm (11.65 in) Osnabrück, Hanover Fuß 279 mm (10.98 in) Padua, Austria Fuß ​1⁄6 Cavezzo 428 mm (16.85 in) Prague, Austria Bohemian Fuß or Česká stopa 296 mm (11.65 in) Prussia, Rheinland Reichsfuß 313.8536 mm (12.36 in)[4] Ratzeburg, Mecklenburg-Schwerin Fuß 291 mm (11.46 in) Regensburg, Bavaria Fuß 313 mm (12.32 in) Rheinbaiern Fuß 12 Zoll, ​1⁄3 metre 333 mm (13.11 in) Rheinland Rheinländischer Fuß 313.8536 mm (12.36 in)[4] Rostock, Mecklenburg-Schwerin Fuß ​1⁄2 Elle, ​1⁄16 Ruthe 286 mm (11.26 in) Sanct Gallen, Canton of Fuß 313 mm (12.32 in) Schaffhausen, Canton of Fuß 298 mm (11.73 in) Silesia (Austrian part) Fuß 289 mm (11.38 in) Solothurn, Canton of Fuß 293 mm (11.54 in) Stade, Hanover Fuß 291 mm (11.46 in) Stettin, Prussia old Pomeranian Fuß 285 mm (11.22 in) Stralsund, Prussia old Fuß 291 mm (11.46 in) Strassburg, France Fuß 289 mm (11.38 in) Stuttgart Reichsfuß ​1⁄2 Elle, ​1⁄10 Ruthe 286 mm (11.26 in) Tessin, Canton of Fuß 397 mm (15.63 in) Thorn, Prussia old Fuß 297 mm (11.69 in) Trento, Austria Fuß 366 mm (14.41 in) Trier, Prussia Land- and Werkfuß 294 mm (11.57 in) Trier, Prussia Waldfuß 310 mm (12.20 in) Trier, Prussia Zimmermannsfuß 305 mm (12.01 in) Tyrol, Austria Fuß 334 mm (13.15 in) Udine, Austria Fuß 329 mm (12.95 in) Ulm, Württemberg Fuß 289 mm (11.38 in) Venice, Austria Fuß ​1⁄5 Passo 348 mm (13.70 in) Verden, Hanover Fuß 291 mm (11.46 in) Verona, Austria Fuß ​1⁄6 Cavezzo 347 mm (13.66 in) Vienna, Austria Fuß ​1⁄6 Klafter 316 mm (12.44 in) Waadt, Canton of Fuß 10 Zoll, ​1⁄10 Ruthe 300 mm (11.81 in) Wallis, Canton of Fuß 325 mm (12.80 in) Weimar Fuß 282 mm (11.10 in) Wesel, Prussia old Fuß 236 mm (9.29 in) Wetzlar, Prussia old Fuß 274 mm (10.79 in) Wiesbaden, Nassau Fuß 288 mm (11.34 in) Wismar, Mecklenburg-Schwerin Fuß 292 mm (11.50 in) Wittenberg, Prussia old Fuß 283 mm (11.14 in) Worbis, Prussia old Fuß 286 mm (11.26 in) Württemberg Reichsfuß ​1⁄2 Elle, ​1⁄10 Ruthe 286 mm (11.26 in) Würzburg, Bavaria Fuß ​1⁄2 Elle 294 mm (11.57 in) Zug, Canton of Fuß 301 mm (11.85 in) Zug, Canton of Steinfuß 268 mm (10.55 in) Zürich, Canton of Fuß ​1⁄6 Klafter, ​1⁄10 Ruthe 301 mm (11.85 in) don't hit me with the "imperial is more intuitive cause it's about humans", nah mate, metric is completely fine for people. get with the program, it'll save so much time and effort.

  • As a kid growing up in the 70s and 80s, coming home from a store with a new album was exciting. Looking at the album art, reading liner notes, etc, was a treat. I have tonnes of CDs, but today I still enjoy the tactile ritual of removing vinyl from its inner sleeve, placing it gently on the platter, and carefully lowering the tone arm and making sure the stylus is lined up properly to land in the groove at the right place. Then waiting for the music to begin... To me that’s part of the whole at home music listening experience.

  • Meeeers.😂😂

  • In 10 years, the renewable hype will be over. Why do I say that? Because it only works when the wind blows, and the sun shines. You can’t have hospitals, industries, infrastructure etc working under those premises.

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  • Ask Henry the fifth, the Normandy Beaches have a tradition of British invasion success since at least AD1415. Pre-invasion naval shore bombardment could have been a bit more robust though.

  • Didnt the usaf said the same about stealth as the future of dogfight when deciding not to put guns on the F4 phantoms, then getting their asses handed over when mig21 sneak up on them undetected?

  • Thank you so much for providing us with sources too!!

  • How long did it take to get Perseverance rover from earth to mars?

  • Here's the problem you need to sort out before the f35 will ever enter production in the 1,000s, or become a workhorse in a fleet of 4,500+ like the F16 -- SAM installations are already big, expensive, concurrent, subsidized, have billion dollar contracts handed out like hotcakes to countries like Belarus and Syria. Low-frequency SAM launchers can always be made more mobile, more active (radar)/passive (EOTS) flexible, more armored, more camouflaged, more sophisticated, more adaptive, more multispectral, more multistatic, have more range, made with more ECM/ECCM -- because all they have to do is sit and do one thing. SAMs themselves often forgo the need for a hard lock using high-explosive air fragmentation, aquiring target lock through means other than radar. Meanwhile a lightweight, fast, supposedly affordable airframe can only support X number of sapphire windows and ECM/ECCM baubles before getting too costly to build, support, or risk getting damaged -- a flying Ferrari. And the F35 has become a flying Farrari exactly BECAUSE the theatre threat level is increasing in both capability and sophistication. As long as a SAMs mere presence increases the general threat level for every new fighter generation, the threat cycle will never end -- the launcher doesn't need to freely strike targets or do anything (although the S-400 missiles reportedly can). And it's only going to get worse and worse for every stealth-orientated plane. This obsession with beating every missile system is literally killing the very reason for the f35s existence -- "stealth", as it pertains to confusing sensor tracks, is simply a means for tax money to flow from Washington to Lockheed. "First look, first shot, first kill" is a pipe dream cooked up by fantasies of never getting overwhelmed in-theatre. The stealth concept itself is antithetical to the light-weight, workhorse mission of the F35; which is why there are only ~615 and not 4,500 of them by now. As long as it's cheaper to launch a missile and possibly degrade an F35, the cost:benefit ratio of SAMs persists. And, as of 2021, the Chief of the US Air Force is now looking for anything in a gen 4.5 to be their Ford F-150, not a gen 5 Ferrari. By definition any gen 4.5 would be less complex, have shorter development time, be cheaper to build, maintain and/or risk in a fight than a gen 5. Gen 4.5 wouldn't even exist as a concept if that wasn't the case. A gen 5 would have its place but in a limited role. Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr. [2021, speaking on the “fourth-and-a half/fifth-gen minus” mix]: “Actually, I want to build something new and different that’s not the F-16; that has some of those capabilities, but gets there faster, using our digital approach.” Dan Grazier, an analyst with the Project on Government Oversight in Washington, D.C.: "If we’re going to pull the trigger on a new fighter, now’s probably the time.” The Air Force could end F-35 production after just a few hundred examples and redirect tens of billions of dollars to a new fighter program.

  • Metric is way superior, except in very rare cases that are specifically engineered for imperial units. Like ammo.

    • @MilitantPacifist Wowzer. Never said it applies to all ammunition, it was just an example where inch was used and made metric sizes funky. Especially in the past. Even if they, to some extend, still exist and you call them by metric measures, they where still engineered for inch. Too long, didnt care: many ammunition isnt easier to display in inch by coincidence.

    • 5.56, 7.62, 9mm

  • People on jpl that made this be like:theres no pattern mate its just to land slower and reflect the sun from its blazing hot temperatures

  • I don't know who needs to hear this But you have to start investing

  • Scheißen Bären in den Wald?

  • mom: What's in the oven? me: It's a fresh battery. mom: But won't that make your lithium-ion battery less tasty (efficient)?

  • Does this mean we'll have a Terminator battery one day?

  • Learn both

  • As an engineer myself I don't understand why a channel claiming to be "real engineering" seems to believe that Climate change is a "real" issue when past data shows worst climate change than in resent times. It seems to me like these days we are all brainwashed into spending massive amounts of money on the absolute worst technologies for improving the environment rather than sound science, I mean engineering should be real science not based the New York Times and their ideas of what is best...that's a slippery slope.

  • And yet.... many Architects and designers of buildings, and other things that people interact with, such as furniture, prefer the Imperial system, for the simple reason that that the imperial system relates closely to the human body. The stride of an adult is a yard, a foot is self explanatory, a cubit is the length of your forearm, and inch is the end-joint of your thumb. When we built our own (timber framed) house, we knew we were going to use a lot of 8x4 sheets of plywood. Who wants to spend construction time trimming 22cm off the width of every sheet of ply? What will you do with the waste material? Even the Swiss-French Architect le Corbusier thought that the Imperial system was more sympathetic to the needs of human beings. The fact that the metric system is intellectually logical does not make it "comfortable" for people to use in daily life. Until the metric system can cope with the needs of ordinary human beings the old ways will persist.

    • >The stride of an adult is a yard so is a meter, they differ by 9 and a bit cm, not really relevant when considering the variation in people. Le Corbusier died in the 60s... there's been a lot of development since then and he likely grew up with imperial commonly being used. and while the Architect may enjoy metric the engineer in the background is far more likely to make mistakes and kill people if he has to convert between made up bs and metric. >Until the metric system can cope with the needs of ordinary human beings the old ways will persist. yup, life in the rest of the world regularly grinds to a halt when we have to work with the units we grew up with. I know change is scary but you'll get over it. Be happy that you don't need to regularly need to convert lengths to volumes to masses to stress and so on. Imperial is a nightmare for that.

  • TD. Tired of this shit. Unsubscribed.

  • So the US gov infused 400 billion $ into their own economy with the f35 program so far. - for me that looks like socialism, but as a socialist I'm not complaining. :D

  • If theyre worrying about wasting energy on the flight there. There has to be a way to store that energy wasted. Right

  • Why they put gps coordinates of the headquarter in Pasadena?it will make the alien send missiles easier 😂😂😂

  • They should really try to make a plane type drone that can just scan every surface at 100x speed of a helicopter. Just put a fusion reactor in the plane to produce energy.

  • I swear I am not being a troll, but sometimes when you say sagrada familia, it sounds like sangrada familia, which is the bloody family and sounds so creepy... like in 9:40 The video is awesome though :D as always

  • Love living in Canada. Robertson few!

  • FUCK THE İMPERİAL SYSTEM MEASURING UNITS !!! 1/2, 3/8, 5/16 ....etc.

  • The nautical system beats them all!! : degrees, minutes, nautical miles, seconds, knots ... It beautifully links time, angles and distances/speeds!! ;)

  • Er,this is fake as fuck...cant you see it for what it is?

  • 140+ years to get completed? Just a wink in time compared to the Dom of Cologne, there the construction started in 1248 and was finished 1880. 🤷‍♂️

  • Poor kids

  • 100 years from now people will be watching this video to learn history of space travel!!! What a time to be alive

  • ADVICE. anyone visiting for the 1st. Whe. U get out the station. Take a moment to pause BEFORE U turn around. And ENJOY.... DO NOT TURN AROUND AS YOU ARE COMING UP THE STATION STAIRCASE.

  • A hot guy inside the main entranceof segreade de familiar With black or white gloves. We shared many a glance we also touched for a brief moment. Any1 know him?... Pleeeease let me know. Lolx thanks.

  • I think throwing out "junk" sections is an error. For what we know, those may be Unicode characters.

  • NASA is basically the Scouts in AOT. The only military that knows how to have fun, and also charts and explores unknown areas. I hope to join the Scouts one day.

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  • Pronounce Luftwaffe like this: luft vaffe, the u is short

  • The world is under mass surveillance and with the fourth industrial revolution on our way,a higher technology was needed and 5G was built.

  • im telling you don't mess with the northen warriors especially swedish

  • Is that David Coulthard doing the narration?

  • That’s a Lot of Dam-age

  • Abel is a smart cookie

  • Absolutely deserve the views, incredible video, and incredible channel as usual

  • I just don't understand why Americans would make it more difficult for themselves when they can just slowly start introducing the metric system in their schools

  • Sagrada Familia is a marvelous architecture beauty, wish I could see it in person

  • Although vinyl record is an old and inferior audio medium than today's hifi digital songs, some of my vinyl records sound better than the CDs of the same album.

  • Nobody can steal that rover🤣🤣🤣

  • When u overthink something....

  • 4:48 nice safety glasses

  • I'm definitely very interested in this. I'd also love to know what it'd be like having a Space Elevator on Mars or the Moon, those would be much less onerous I'm guessing (but haven't read the paper nor have the current skills to do the maths nor the time to do the course).

  • Wow. The moment you realise Bill Gates sponsors these high production videos. Goodbye.

  • 0:22 took over 10 seconds to climb 100 meters, slower than any weather-balloons, which proves it was a FAKE-ROCKET. For proof Google/YT:::("Solving-Apollo-Enigma")