In this video I muck around with some cool fidget spinners and super strong (but small) neodymium magnets! I show off the fidget spinners, and their variety of colours. You can use the magnets to build your own custom big fidget spinner.
Watch this space, because soon i’ll be releasing a video about how to measure the speed of a fidget spinner!
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The fidget spinner is a fidget toy similar to the fidget cube, but taken to the next level for the professional fidgeters. This is a tri-spinner, but there are many different types of fidget spinners to choose from.
Buy a fidget spinner at GeekBite.com:
Buy a fidget spinner at Amazon.com:
Buy an LED fidget spinner:
Watch the Fidget Spinner unboxing video:
March 14th, known around the world as Pi Day, recognizes the importance of pi, the mathematical constant commonly used to calculate the area of a circle. Raytheon is celebrating Pi Day this year by delivering STEM resources to Boys & Girls Clubs across the country. Raytheon has a $5 million, multi-year partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, focused on building high-tech workshops called Centers of Innovation at club locations on or near military bases.
For more Pi Day facts and activities visit http://raytheon.com/piday
3… 2… 1… ACTION! With Toontastic 3D you can draw, animate, and narrate your own cartoons. It’s as easy as play. Just move your characters around onscreen, tell your story, and Toontastic records your voice and animations and stores it on your device as a 3D video.
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Available on the App Store: https://goo.gl/kU8WyB
By: Brave Wilderness
On this episode of Breaking Trail, tis the season…to HUG A REINDEER!
You read that right, Coyote met an orphaned baby reindeer in Alaska and it ended up being one of the friendliest animals we’re ever featured on Breaking Trail. We think it goes without saying that little Blitzen would make an excellent addition to Santa’s team one day!
Get ready to witness the most adorable holiday video of the season…oh and LOTS of Reindeer hugs!
Happy Holiday’s Coyote Pack!
HUGE THANKS to Steve Kroschel and his amazing team for hosting the Brave Wilderness crew and making this video possible. If you’d like to make plans to hug this reindeer yourself please visit his website for information on booking a visit today! – http://bit.ly/stevekroschel
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We are back for a second year and added many new lights and features to our show this year. The camera was a bit overwhelmed with the brightness of the lights so some things are washed out but hopefully this is still enjoyable to watch. Thanks and Merry Christmas!
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Also this is SO INTERESTING: Bes-Rastrollo, M., Schulze, M. B., Ruiz-Canela, M., & Martinez-Gonzalez, M. A. (2013). Financial conflicts of interest and reporting bias regarding the association between sugar-sweetened beverages and weight gain: a systematic review of systematic reviews. http://journals.plos.org/plosmedicine…