Tom Kha Gai, Jet Refueling, Magnet Paper Secrets and more
Summary of my bookmarked videos from Mar 27th, 2022
- How To Make The Best Thai Tom Kha Gai Soup ต้มข่าไก่
In this video, the presenter demonstrates how to make a delicious Thai Tom Kha Gai soup, also known as Thai coconut soup. The ingredients used include chicken breast, lemongrass, galangal, mushrooms, kaffir lime leaf, cilantro, green onions, fresh chilies, chicken broth, fish sauce, sugar, lemon juice, and coconut milk. The presenter provides step-by-step instructions and garnishes the soup with cilantro and green onions. The soup is described as creamy with a balanced combination of saltiness, sourness, sweetness, and spiciness. It is recommended for any season and is quick and easy to make.
- How to Finally Make Curry at Home that Doesn't Suck 🍛🍛🍛
In this video, the host shares his journey of learning to make delicious curry at home. He demonstrates how to make a homemade curry paste using ingredients like cilantro, turmeric, ginger, shallots, garlic, lemongrass, and chilies. He then uses this paste to create three different curry dishes: beef rendang, veggie tomato curry, and chicken coconut curry. The beef rendang involves slow-cooking beef in coconut milk, resulting in tender and flavorful meat. The veggie tomato curry is a simple yet delicious dish that can be customized with various vegetables. Overall, the video provides helpful techniques and recipes for making flavorful curry at home.
- Drone Refuels Fighter Jet In Mid Air
Unmanned air-to-air refueling has become a reality with the introduction of drones. Previously, large tanker aircraft were required for mid-flight refueling of fighter jets. However, modern remote-controlled drones like the MQ-25 Stingray can fly alongside fighter aircraft, connect to them, and provide thousands of pounds of fuel. This cost-effective method significantly expands the range of operation for fighter aircraft. By simply moving up behind the drone and plugging into a refueling hose, fighters can refuel while flying. This groundbreaking technology allows fighters to engage in combat while keeping aircraft carriers and pilots safe from enemy threats.
- Magnet paper vs iPhone 13 Pro and iPad Air! #shorts
Magnet paper is a fascinating material that reveals the presence and location of magnets inside electronic devices. In this video, the creator demonstrates its capabilities using an iPhone 13 Pro and an iPad. By placing the magnet paper on top of the iPhone, the magnets associated with the MagSafe feature become visible, while a phone without MagSafe only shows a speaker magnet. The iPad, which contains multiple magnets for smart covers and accessories, also showcases the effectiveness of magnet paper. This video offers an intriguing glimpse into the inner workings of these devices.
- Don't Shake This Liquid Too Hard
In this video, the chemical stoplight experiment is showcased. By combining indigo carbon and a small amount of glucose, the solution turns yellow. However, the addition of oxygen causes it to rapidly change to red, and with more oxygen, it turns green. Over time, it reverts back to yellow due to the ongoing competition between oxygen and glucose. The video demonstrates how this color-changing reaction can be observed when the solution is placed in a jar, allowing it to interact with the oxygen in the air. The experiment is referred to as the chemical stoplight due to its color-switching nature.
- MacGyver Is Jealous Of This Physics Trick
In this video, the creator demonstrates a fascinating physics trick using an oil drop light meter. By applying vegetable oil on a piece of paper, they show how to determine when equal amounts of energy hit different sides of the paper. By dimming one of the lights and observing the disappearance of a central dot, they calculate the relative wattage of the lights. The technique offers a clever way to measure light intensity without expensive equipment.
- The Problem with YouTube and Food Videos!!!
The video discusses the problem with YouTube and its treatment of food videos from different cultures. The creator explains how YouTube primarily compares videos against Western norms, leading to demonetization of content that may be considered shocking or sensitive. The channel aims to educate viewers about diverse cultures and their food practices, providing context and understanding. However, YouTube's strict guidelines hinder this goal and prevent important cultural education. The creator requests YouTube to consider channels with nuance and to recognize the purpose of showcasing different ways of life.
- Don't Put Water on Chalk
This video demonstrates the process of making limelight by heating chalk. By applying heat to chalk, carbon dioxide is released, causing small cracks to form. After heating for several minutes, solid calcium oxide is obtained. When water is added to the cooled calcium oxide, a highly exothermic reaction occurs, producing heat and calcium hydroxide. The calcium oxide, when heated to 2400 degrees Celsius, emits a brilliant white glow known as limelight. The term "in the limelight" originates from this phenomenon, referring to someone being the center of attention.
- Opening a dam gate after years of it being closed #amazing
In this captivating video, witness the incredible moment when a dam gate is finally opened after years of closure. The sight is truly awe-inspiring as the immense volume of water rushes through, showcasing the raw power of nature. Experience the thrill of this momentous event, which serves as a reminder of the remarkable forces shaping our world. Prepare to be amazed by the spectacle that unfolds before your eyes.
- 3 Bizarre yet Satisfying Objects!! 😳 #Shorts
In this video, Chris Ramsay showcases three bizarre yet satisfying objects. The first one is a three-piece puzzle sphere that requires precise alignment to form a perfect sphere. Next, he demonstrates a magnetic toy wishbone that allows two people to pull on each side, resulting in one person receiving the larger piece and the associated wish. Lastly, Chris presents an optical illusion ring that appears round but is actually an irregular square shape, creating the illusion of a perfect circle. Watch the video for a dose of satisfaction and optical trickery.