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When we say Mt. Everest is 8850m tall, how do we know what sea level would be beneath the mountain? NEW VIDEO!
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1D – it's the new 3D! And we might live in it...
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Henry, these are awesome! You Reichs are doing all kinds of cool stuff. Hope life is treating you well!
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In case you missed it - It might be crazy, but it's how the world works!
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What does hydrogen sound like?
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Ever wonder how the sun works?
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but it's closer to a nuclear sub than to, say, your dog, or even your car.

Hahaha, touché. :) When you put it that way, I guess fission and fusion really do have a lot in common. ^_^
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Quiz: how many famous living scientists can you recognize? i managed to squeeze by with a B-. But they're mostly physicists. Unfair.
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How did I create the sound of hydrogen? Find out in this new tutorial!
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How to add past infinity
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Ever wonder what the uncertainty principle in quantum mechanics really is? New video!
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Oooh, I love the illustration for "a low-frequency wave doesn't have nearly as much oomph as a high-frequency one"!

If you measure oomph by acceleration or jerk, and keep the wave's amplitude or power constant as your vary frequency, what you said is definitely true in a technical sense. And of course, it's also true if oomph is the energy of a single photon, which I bet is the reason you mentioned it in the first place. ;) But the first definition of oomph more or less measures how seasick you'd get if you were floating on a wave, while the second one more or less measures how much it would hurt to get hit by one. And of course, there must be lots more definitions, both quantum and classical (what's the oomph of a coherent state?). Are they all related somehow?

I'm too lazy to work it out... :)
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Best video I've worked on in a long time! Sooooo much fun! and so many hours doing vfx....
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Excellent! ^_^ When I saw the fiddler, I cracked up. And not just 'cause it was you, either. ;)
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