Nitinol A Metallic Muscles with Shape Memory

This clip is made from a very unusual material – nitinol. Nitinol is an alloy of nickel and titanium in proportions of 45% titanium and 55% nickel. This alloy has the unique property that was discovered in 1961 by American scientists. The property of this alloy is called “shape memory”. So to demonstrate this property let’s conduct an experiment. Take a clip of nitinol and deform it. Besides the clip I as well have a spring made of nitinol, which I also deform into a random shape. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.


The Awesome Benefits of Playing Video Games

We were brought up playing video games and we can totally relate to this video. Check out the fun stuff you can actually learn by playing video games. We know that too much of something could be definitely detrimental in some cases, that’s why as long as you play video games in an acceptable amount of time, then it’s actually all good. Studies found that playing video games improve different functions in the brain such as attention, memory, and eye coordination. Check out the unbelievable benefits of playing video games. If you like this video, share it on facebook and twitter.


If You’re Given a Pill to Forget a Memory, Would You Take it?

Scientists are now on their way to developing a pill that can erase bad memories. Yeeey! According to studies, memories that give negative emotions are actually facilitated by a certain type of protein in the brain. So if they hinder this protein, you will soon forget it. It gives an interesting insight on how memories can actually become less accurate as you keep on reflecting on it. So maybe it really is better to just forget the past. If you find this video entertaining, share it on facebook and twitter,