Unmixing Color Machine (Ultra Laminar Reversible Flow) - Smarter Every Day 217

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SmarterEveryDay
SmarterEveryDay - Month ago
If you're interested in seeing a stationary tripod shot here's one on the second channel. Consider subscribing to the second channel while you're over there.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57IMufyoCnQ
Arshaam Kabeer
Arshaam Kabeer - 3 days ago
Will that work with honey
I-Love-CO Mountains
I-Love-CO Mountains - 4 days ago
Re: the book, also look up Mumia Abu Jamal and Leonard Peltier
Bill Keith Channel
Bill Keith Channel - 14 days ago
You should be wearing gloves handling all that mercury.
Jono Pearson
Jono Pearson - 14 days ago
PLEASE DO A VIDEO ABOUT ISOCHRONOUS CURVE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE
Thiago Jungles
Thiago Jungles - 17 days ago
@destin hello smarter, i was thought something that only you are able to show and explain, you can make a video about the strong of the hair? how much carry or pressure these things can support? i hope you read this, ty
Antonio Nini
Antonio Nini - 38 minutes ago
Does the speed of the rotation have anything to do with the final result?
Lynn
Lynn - 5 hours ago
This is amazing! 😮
CreepusXplodus07
CreepusXplodus07 - 11 hours ago
destin: dont fast forward the video
also destin: *fast forwards the video*
Martin Krejčí
Martin Krejčí - 14 hours ago
Do you think it would be possible to use something like a needle to place a tiny "pixels" of colour into the sirup so we could make an reversible image inside the cylinder or would it get blurred?
Beh Ee Zhou
Beh Ee Zhou - 16 hours ago
What happens if you spin it faster
tabttu
tabttu - 21 hour ago
I'm just trying to pick my chin up off the floor and locate the remains of my brain, because that was mind blowing! Truly awesome!
Brandon Stroud
Brandon Stroud - Day ago
This is the absolute best video I’ve ever seen! You have a new subscriber. Wow! You should try using a motor. A super slow motor.
james e.g.smith
james e.g.smith - 2 days ago
Super cool
Juggie Bonebrain
Juggie Bonebrain - 2 days ago
Nothing mixed. So there was. No unmixing. Is there a different effect when you vary the velocity of the turning?
Paul S
Paul S - 2 days ago
unreal :0
Penguin RP
Penguin RP - 2 days ago
This video is a million time better and more appreciable on LSD this was truly a journey thank you for the video
Noufal Tariq
Noufal Tariq - 2 days ago
Starts out Making a video on laminar flow and ends up being a motivational video, terribly cool as always
Laura Van Schaik
Laura Van Schaik - 3 days ago
I love how excited Dustin gets in all of his videos. It makes me so much more interested in things that I would have never thought to research or wood have found interesting
Dillon Dixon
Dillon Dixon - 3 days ago
Destin, my father is a high school food science/Agriculture/Welding teacher. I think that this demonstration would be awesome in a classroom setting. How many times do you think it would work if done slowly on a stable surface? I'm curious if it would be a one time demo (Per Class Period) or a classroom staple. Keep it up!
Dillon Dixon
Dillon Dixon - 3 days ago
Impressive.
Adii S
Adii S - 3 days ago
Did I miss something? I wasted 9 minutes.
Kai Yang
Kai Yang - 3 days ago
My jaw just dropped....
Arshaam Kabeer
Arshaam Kabeer - 3 days ago
Will that work with honey
socrlax
socrlax - 3 days ago
Lol you're so worried about your pronunciation of Couette... you were pretty darn close. To be a stickler, though, the 'ou' is pronounced like an English 'w' for something ending up sounding like [kwet].
RøbøLøad
RøbøLøad - 3 days ago
That’s pretty cool.
Post lang ng Post
Post lang ng Post - 4 days ago
Its a golden buzzer performance
Ceyhun Paşaoğlu
Ceyhun Paşaoğlu - 4 days ago
amazing.
Ryan Vandeput
Ryan Vandeput - 4 days ago
I’m a jaded, pessimistic 38 year old guy with a 20 year career as a clinician in the NHS over here in the U.K. Not much stops me in my tracks anymore, but that was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING! Thanks so much Destin! More proof that despite all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world! 🌍 :)
Ryan Vandeput
Ryan Vandeput - 4 days ago
“Coo-aye”
Marcus Wiedner
Marcus Wiedner - 4 days ago
Hmm... The internet seems to be broken. Only one brief mention, that he lost his count twice counting to seven and back? Seems like a thumbs up day.
Santi Russo
Santi Russo - 4 days ago
NO HABLO FRENCH
robin1987100
robin1987100 - 4 days ago
At no point have those colors been 'mixed'. Still pretty cool.
Rodrigo G. López
Rodrigo G. López - 4 days ago
[...] it requires patience, deliberate thinking... and low Reynolds numbers!
vivek kumar
vivek kumar - 4 days ago
This is incredible !
Spencer Gundersen
Spencer Gundersen - 5 days ago
Do this with resin and make art out of it
Visda58
Visda58 - 5 days ago
Totally gonna video the inside of the TSA xray conveyor at the airport tomorrow.
Albert Garcia
Albert Garcia - 5 days ago
Basically the syrup is the black matter and the color is stars. Kinda how a galaxy would work when they mean it can’t work without black matter.
lone wolf
lone wolf - 5 days ago
Uzumaki
Tim Decuypere
Tim Decuypere - 5 days ago
Is it key to put the different colors at different width/depths? Absolutely facinating
Archie Richardson
Archie Richardson - 5 days ago
Does anyone else love how the 2 times he miscounted cancelled each other out?
anialator1000000
anialator1000000 - 5 days ago
Thankfully miscounting the first time is irrelivant since you will 100% know when you unstirred it without even having to count, but it is funny that he still thought he did 7 both times.
Daniel West
Daniel West - 5 days ago
Hi, Destin. Great video as usual. I had an idea for another video. I've always wondered what a fire would look like if you could pause it in time and see it from all angles, using the same effect that they use in the Matrix to pause and rotate around someone during a fight scene. The idea came to me because I'm curious if each flame from the fire is flat / 2D or if it has some 3D shape to it. You can't really tell in person since you can only see a flame from a 2D perspective and it changes so quickly that you can't see the other side or the top before it changes. I'm hoping I explained that well enough. I figured if anyone could make a video like this you could do it. Cheers!
Zachary Casey
Zachary Casey - 5 days ago
you only did six you skipped five
Dave Dreyer
Dave Dreyer - 5 days ago
What the WHAT?!!! That is amazeballs!!
Eux mat
Eux mat - 5 days ago
Hi dude, excelent video, does it works still if i use glycerin instead of corn syrup? thanks
caleb washburn
caleb washburn - 5 days ago
I wish you would've done a little more volume of the colors and had them on top pf eachother...great video, really awesome. Great demonstration. Thank you for all your hard work and knowledge.
Erick Sanchez
Erick Sanchez - 6 days ago
Dude.
Scott McIntosh
Scott McIntosh - 6 days ago
Another fantastic video! I think it's so cool how you not only get excited yourself but you bring life lessons into focus and you also show what it's like to simply choose to be happy. Thanks!
Jeremy S.
Jeremy S. - 6 days ago
Thanks for your content. Always great!
bilal brzm
bilal brzm - 6 days ago
i liked the music tho 👌
acrprmann
acrprmann - 6 days ago
That was freaking awesome. Color me smarter today.
Cecil Casey
Cecil Casey - 6 days ago
You have demonstrated dense wavelength division multiplexing on fiber optic long haul internet data backbone circuits in fluid instead of in light.

In the case you call shear thinning, we call that optical 'dispersion'.

Please take a look at negative dispersion fiber optics and the related field of pumped amplification of fiber laser signals.

They make the data flow from the Data Center to the next Data Center across the country.

-Cecil
Jupiterninja95
Jupiterninja95 - 6 days ago
I just wanted to see him turn it real fast at the end and mess it all up
Nick
Nick - 6 days ago
_bruh_
Humble Bumble Homestead
You always have beautiful messages to the viewers! Thank you!
Andrew Edward
Andrew Edward - 6 days ago
Hahahaaa this is coool
chris powdrill
chris powdrill - 6 days ago
can it be frozen then unfrozen?
palmbeachcitizen
palmbeachcitizen - 6 days ago
OMG, I thought I was a nerd until this video showed up in my box. I think I need to trim my subscriptions.
William Alexander
William Alexander - 7 days ago
If you ran an electric current through a copper tube filled with ferromagnetic fluid could you produce a larger induction coil with a bigger magnetic field? Or solid copper coil makes most effective induction field?
Can you do induction heating in a vacuum?
vanilllapeaches
vanilllapeaches - 7 days ago
BuT DiD YoU s33 ThE sPiraLs?????
purple guy
purple guy - 7 days ago
What if you over turn it
TheShadowwalker007
TheShadowwalker007 - 8 days ago
Have you checked out the laminar flow used to make our plastic money here in Australia? The flow is over air, making a huge bubble which is liquid at the top and ‘solid’ at the bottom—from what I can see on videos online.
Cameron Born
Cameron Born - 8 days ago
if you had long hair we’d call you Owen Wilson
sleezeproductions
sleezeproductions - 8 days ago
This was so anticlimactic
thovish1
thovish1 - 8 days ago
I'd love to do this experiment with my students! Can anyone tell me how to make the crankshaft container he poured everything into?
Mofuggins
Mofuggins - 8 days ago
Now the question to ask would be: Is there a number of cranks in the forward direction that could also see it eventually return to its original state.
Zeutrus Bd
Zeutrus Bd - 7 days ago
Nope, because you're just spreading the layers thinner with each crank. I think anyway..
Je s
Je s - 8 days ago
I fast forwarded. Don't you dare tell me what I can and can't do. Ubsubscribed
justi gomez olaya
justi gomez olaya - 8 days ago
Por lo menos hay ya algo muy vien
Caleb Brown
Caleb Brown - 8 days ago
And thanks for the book rec’s and metaphors, sir.
Caleb Brown
Caleb Brown - 8 days ago
Much obliged! Ultra good video
Russell Mac.
Russell Mac. - 8 days ago
Hey thanks for your videos! I have a question that might be a good video. Why is it when I put clear tape on my frosted glass bottle of cologne, does the glass go clear?!? I don't expect a reply from your busy self, but does anyone know?!?
Busy Klista
Busy Klista - 8 days ago
sweeeeet
Louis Melahn
Louis Melahn - 8 days ago
You pronounced “Couette” correctly. No worries.
⸚
 - 9 days ago
Until 6:30 me: wow this is a very cool video, this guy always finds the niche science stuff, I hope he makes many long videos.

At 6:30 me: wow this was a very cool video, this guy always finds the lamest stuff to say, I hope he can stop cringe-bombing his many future long videos.
Ben 610
Ben 610 - 9 days ago
Destin would you please do a video about backflow incense burners and how they work. 🙂 It's pretty cool to see smoke sinking down instead of rising up into the air.
Nicholas Pdx
Nicholas Pdx - 9 days ago
You know it works because the video was uploaded..lol
Rodrigo Rubio
Rodrigo Rubio - 9 days ago
"No Hablo French"

xD hahaha.
Joseph Cisek
Joseph Cisek - 9 days ago
well apply this knowledge to the creation of galaxies
DeathbyPixels
DeathbyPixels - 9 days ago
It is Laminar Flow Day, my dudes




aaaaaAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH
Asgher Ali
Asgher Ali - 9 days ago
Love you man.
NPP
NPP - 9 days ago
Yay more laminar flow
Im Nambu
Im Nambu - 9 days ago
Do IT faster
Joe Mamma
Joe Mamma - 9 days ago
What a great metaphor destin! You're the best
Alexander Johnson
Alexander Johnson - 9 days ago
Do a video on marbles!
A ni
A ni - 9 days ago
2:20 change your play back speed to 1.25 or so if you think it’s too slow. 😂😭
Desiree Paahana
Desiree Paahana - 9 days ago
🤯
MadelnOahu
MadelnOahu - 9 days ago
I appreciate your channel very much. It's very wholesome, educational, interesting and entertaining. On top of that you're pulling in 3 million views, 6 million views, and 120,000 likes. Keep up the great content!
BeefyBread
BeefyBread - 10 days ago
You were very lucky to lose count both times.
Hugo Moreno Freydig
Hugo Moreno Freydig - 10 days ago
woooow
Jakob Johnson
Jakob Johnson - 10 days ago
Thanks, you rock
RhodyGaming
RhodyGaming - 10 days ago
whenever I hear this music now all I can think of are the wild Macaws
boxed fenders
boxed fenders - 10 days ago
6:33 you don't understand how much that meant to me to hear it's kinda ridiculous but you have no idea the series of mistakes I've made this last few weeks and how desolate I've felt and frustrated I've felt. I needed to hear that.
Thank You. I'm going to watch this video once a day this week to get through this hard time.
David Dempsey
David Dempsey - 10 days ago
Mind = blown
Jordan Bussey
Jordan Bussey - 10 days ago
In the thumbnail he looks like the skipper from gilligan's island
Andrea Ferro
Andrea Ferro - 10 days ago
0:30
''Taylor expanded" No pun intended.
Gabriel Drake
Gabriel Drake - 10 days ago
Good. And now rotate it at 2400 rpm.
alvinpetrovitch13
alvinpetrovitch13 - 10 days ago
Incredible! Another phenomenal video from Smarter. I never would have thought that would work.
0623kaboom
0623kaboom - 10 days ago
makes an awesome demonstration of air flow as well ... and for those who think fluid dynamics and air flow arent the same ... you are so very wrong ... they are exactly the same ... they just have different viscosities and so react similarly but more pronounced ... this is why drag reduction works in wind tunnels and water tunnels ... it is essentially the same thing with different densities
Gabe Gamer
Gabe Gamer - 10 days ago
That is unreal!
Skye
Skye - 10 days ago
His reaction was just as amazing as the video. His passion is infectious.
Sarit Shull
Sarit Shull - 10 days ago
A wonderful science lesson and an empowering life lesson in one video :)
Andre Walia
Andre Walia - 10 days ago
Destin, I think it would be a cool idea to revisit the liquid coiling effect.
Rich Ultra
Rich Ultra - 10 days ago
colors never really mixed TOGETHER, did they?
Daniel B
Daniel B - 10 days ago
This is boring! Can you blow up something, its much more fun!
OldMate
OldMate - 11 days ago
I don't think the two cylinders needed to be so different in size a thinner gap would be better because it uses less syrup and mixes faster
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