Which Way Will the Water Go? (ft. Steve Mould)- Smarter Every Day 226

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  • Steve is a really smart guy if you ignore the British accent" **angry tea clink noises**

    T3 TedwardsT3 TedwardsÁri síðan
    • What’s wrong with a British accent?

      george kanegeorge kane4 dögum síðan
    • @Komen Cents please translate first. Thank you.

      ratoncitoratoncito4 mánuðum síðan
    • @ratoncito it's spelt English. Yes we speak English in England. And we also understand American

      Komen CentsKomen Cents4 mánuðum síðan
    • @Oleander410 you don't even know how to pronounce R's. Actually... Asian people pronounce it more accurately than Americans . Funny

      Komen CentsKomen Cents4 mánuðum síðan
    • @d@r$h@n CF force is acting on the pipes, not the water, since the water isn't in a centrifuge. As you'll notice, it's travelling the centrepetal path hence why you see the centrifugal illusion. (Ie the water shoots to the middle therefore passing the middle and passes the outer circumference... not because it's spinning)

      Komen CentsKomen Cents4 mánuðum síðan
  • It was a really good episode!

    KenskyKensky8 klukkustundum síðan
  • my monkey brain doesnt like how the water is moving

    RandomnessX3RandomnessX314 klukkustundum síðan
  • Nope... You're not taking into account the centrifugal force, gravity and momentum. Alabama, you're wrong.

    Darth RockDarth RockDegi Síðan síðan
  • The Illusion ahhhhhh.... that makes fysiks a little hard

    Chetan TechnomaniaChetan TechnomaniaDegi Síðan síðan
  • Great point. I definitely need to practice that. I really enjoy watching your videos!

    dernolddodgedernolddodgeDegi Síðan síðan
  • Thanks for you for your humble approach Destin. And Steve’s graciousness.

    Physio DetectivePhysio Detective2 dögum síðan
  • G'day Destin, very interesting video. I'm no physics expert but I reckon you also need to consider centrifugal force experienced by the water drops impacting the angle in which those move forward. That's why you see a beautiful curve with a small nudge on the curved in sprinkler (as it cancels the part of velocity of water coming out)

    sacredevil114sacredevil1143 dögum síðan
  • It's like when the guy in jurassic park is talking about how raptors attack, ones coming straight on w something cool, but the sciencey one on the left and the life lesson on the right you never saw coming till it was too late! 😆🤣 love it

    BryantBryant8 dögum síðan
  • 9:57 That is a good wisdom.

    Mark LeonMark Leon12 dögum síðan
  • Your takeaway in this video is my biggest problem as a man in the sciences. It’s always a work in orogress

    Dylan AntonacciDylan Antonacci13 dögum síðan
  • thia is one of those think that its much more than meet to the eye. wen yiu just seeing it i doesn't make sense but when you really think of it, it is logical

    Joshua AbrahamJoshua Abraham14 dögum síðan
  • Hey great vid but the explanation of why it happens lacks something imho. The reason why it looks like the water moves forward is because it actually does! Angular velocity at the tip of the sprinkler is higher than in any other point of it (center has 0), so as the water sprinkles to the center its position is always forward than the position of the sprinkler arms (because they have lower angular velocity)

    Dario Durà ArmadansDario Durà Armadans14 dögum síðan
  • Its the greatest thing when you find out that your two favorite channels collabed.

    Matthew SpottenMatthew Spotten16 dögum síðan
  • That's a real good reflection. I'll take it to myself

    Tempo 1Tempo 118 dögum síðan
  • I love how you add the relational epiphany at the end! "When I disagree with someone, or at least I think I disagree with someone, it is imperative that I stop, I listen, and I don't move on until I completely understand the other person's perspective.

    Grant ForsytheGrant Forsythe19 dögum síðan
  • Sees Alabama Me: No! Don't you dare! Stop it! My mind: "Sweet home..."

    Memento MoriMemento Mori19 dögum síðan
  • 9:10 - 10:12 62 seconds that can change your life. Thank you Destin!

    Neil NolteNeil Nolte21 degi síðan síðan
  • Gosh, I love your channel! It's so fun to watch someone be enthusiastic about stuff! I really appreciate how you stop and address stuff like how you guys were agreeing but not. I appreciate your outlook on life and that you choose to share it with us, thanks.

    Nicholas ReaNicholas Rea22 dögum síðan
  • when you are just here for the science

    AnirudhAnirudh25 dögum síðan
  • I just started watching your channel, so I've gone back to watch all of your older videos. Sorry if someone already mentioned this, but you left out the centrifugal force on the water while coming out of the spout. If you spun the sprinkler hard enough, no water would come out because the centrifugal force would be stronger than the pressure, but anything in between causes the weird motion.

    john harshjohn harsh25 dögum síðan
  • Please explain the logic behind the tripod & ladder

    Sound of MerafSound of Meraf26 dögum síðan
  • This is a great 'thinking" video! 5:56 I kind of see why you mentioned angular or rotational momentum, omega, but what does the radius have to do with how it will look from the top down view? You said radius and then stopped what were you going to say about it. Just curious what your explanation was going to be. Thank you very much! Great video, love your channel!!

    RaivoltRaivolt26 dögum síðan
  • Does anyone know what this effect/law is called?

    Pujan VananiPujan Vanani28 dögum síðan
  • Isn't this just another way of thinking about/visualizing the rolling shutter phenomenon? Or maybe it is simply an issue of needing to be really specific about frame of reference when having these discussions. The direction of the stream ends up being very different than the direction of a single water molecule.

    Mark PhillipsMark Phillips28 dögum síðan
  • 3:15 is the face of a man who's brain gears have ground to halt.

    TheIVPopeTheIVPopeMánuði síðan
  • O-O and I was right =D The water would make that curve shape as the water should still be moving as fast as the nozzle of the pipe in the direction it left it, however since this time it's being shot inwards towards the centre of rotation the distance the water has to travel in accordance to the nozzle of the pipe it is being shot out, to stay straight and align itself with the pipe, the water's speed in which it must be moving ( not the speed it's being catapulted out but the speed caused by the centripetal force) must slow down, however in this case air resistance is not enough to slow it down for that to happen which is why the water overtakes the nozzle until it exists the circumference of the circle the spinning device encompasses ( and traces with the pipe nozzles ) where the water starts to then lag behind the spinning of the device which if you let the water fall for longer, will actually allow the water to start resembling the 'trailing' observed when it was ejected outwards away from the centre of rotation as it basically is at the point it exits the circumference >W

    Heya Kiddo It's me! Your best bud!Heya Kiddo It's me! Your best bud!Mánuði síðan
  • 9:40 *be nice.......

    Matiyur RahmanMatiyur RahmanMánuði síðan
  • Wife: "Why are you flying to London?" Destin: "To play with sprinklers" Wife: Destin: Wife: "...okay"

    Kaleb BruwerKaleb BruwerMánuði síðan
  • that Alabama handshake thing is still a high valued tradition in Hamburg, Germany. Just to let you know.

    MannyXVIIIMannyXVIIIMánuði síðan
  • Sidewards > tangential

    ChrispewkremeChrispewkremeMánuði síðan
  • good advice

    Dilep DevDilep DevMánuði síðan
  • I love your honesty about perception!

    Bruno TerlingenBruno TerlingenMánuði síðan
  • What is the song at the 8 min mark?

    calebt53calebt53Mánuði síðan
  • The ill evening structurally handle because purpose arguably alert concerning a gigantic carbon. thick, gray greasy great sharon

    Maryetta JeanmarieMaryetta JeanmarieMánuði síðan
  • Actually i think it depends on the speed of rotation if you spin it fast enough the water will trialling and if you spin it slow as posible then as you said it will be opposite

    BalaBalaMánuði síðan
  • It's a matter of reference !!

    Mr TMr TMánuði síðan
  • I don't like this

    VintagepunsVintagepunsMánuði síðan
  • Taking Coriolis effect into consideration could have win you the debate, but you have earned greater wisdom. Wisdom for me, too.

    Myungsunn RyuMyungsunn RyuMánuði síðan
  • There’s also the variable of water tension where the drop behind is being pulled in the direction of the drop in front

    Unknown UserUnknown UserMánuði síðan
  • Deep social truths from physics. Mind blown.

    Rob DavisRob DavisMánuði síðan
  • Ofc Steve was right. He had already tried the home-made sprinkler before you arrived to UK. Steve might be smart but clumsy as well. he could at least had changed his clothes to a summer outfit and flip flops to prevent soaking his jeans and shoes. who wants to walk around with clothes all soaked?

    ArnArnMánuði síðan
  • "Oftentimes I get pretty headstrong." Like, headstrong enough to fly across the Atlantic to prove a point? Haha I love the banter. You might speak funny, but we love you, America.

    TerryTerryMánuði síðan
  • you means that its inertia of motion which makes it go in a straight line and because of rotation some kind of illusion has been made by it

    BCC ZoomBCC ZoomMánuði síðan
  • You two are obviously intelligent guys. Couldn't you find a way to do the experiment without getting your feet all wet?! Other than that, amazing work! 💪

    Ricardo FelicianoRicardo FelicianoMánuði síðan
  • Life before COVID looks so foreign...

    Max MaxMax MaxMánuði síðan
  • I think the confusion between Steve and Destin is that Destin is thinking about "streamlines" (instantaneous particle velocity field) and Steve is talking about 'streaklines" (the...well its hard to describe...the path created by a bunch of 'streamlines" as the location of the source changes in time).

    Peter TatumPeter TatumMánuði síðan
  • Silly boy

    TomtheMagician21TomtheMagician21Mánuði síðan
  • That’s pretty

    ----Mánuði síðan
  • My small brain can't handle this

    ROHAN PAWARROHAN PAWARMánuði síðan
  • Steve mould is sooo dreamy

    MineHunterMineHunterMánuði síðan
  • thanks so much for makin this video man n introducing me to this alien tech physics manipulation demonstration!

    TravisTravisMánuði síðan
  • Nothing better then two grown men sitting at a kids Punic table debating a waters direction out of a sprinkler recording with a $6K camera. This is the kinda quality I love from Smarter Everyday

    Andrew LangAndrew LangMánuði síðan
  • Clarity is denied when a mind observes or hears with a conclusion... Not me

    Varun MVarun MMánuði síðan
  • Oh Steve is definitely smarter ... 😂

    Varun MVarun MMánuði síðan
  • That’s why I’ve always try to listen more and speak less... Wish an “ex” friend of mine had done the same... We might still be friends.

    Keith WaggonerKeith WaggonerMánuði síðan
  • I love the Alabama accent

    NioGreekNioGreekMánuði síðan
  • This is one of the better videos I have seen in a while. First off, it travels in a straight line was my takeaway. But the bigger takeaway is, we only become stupid when we shut our brain down. Not turn it off, but more so when we block the acceptance of information.

    Dennis AllenDennis AllenMánuði síðan
  • Hi Destin, I have a question about this video. You sometimes said something along the lines of "we're looking at the snapshot". So now to my question how is the snapshot different from "the not snapshot" both physically and logically?

    Levin PanitzLevin PanitzMánuði síðan
  • Steve is a really smart guy if you ignore the British accent - you lose 1 subscriber

    Aaron HuntleyAaron HuntleyMánuði síðan
  • My favourite thing about the accent joke is that I've had teachers apologise nearly EVERY TIME weve had a video from an American saying something like "please ignore the accent" .

    ThawneyThawneyMánuði síðan
  • You both are not right dustin. See 2:43, the british guy was correct

    saket mundhadasaket mundhadaMánuði síðan
  • Seemed pretty obvious what was going to happen. It looks cool, but nothing mysterious.

    DziajiDziajiMánuði síðan
  • Audio-books, sure. But please stop promoting the use of them behind the wheel. When listening to audio-books, you cannot compare it to background music on the radio. You're not going to listen to an audio-book that doesn't matter to you. So the topic matters and you want to listen. Even a phone conversation, where you can interrupt, stop talking or ask the other person to repeat what they said, has been proven over and over again to be a genuine and massive distraction that effectively causes accidents by the millions each year. So you must understand that listening to an audio-book, that keeps on talking and will make you miss something if you are not listening properly, definitely takes a way a huge portion, and most likely your main focus, off the road. My life got destroyed by somebody who was driving while his focus was impeded. Please, don't create more distractions, don't create more killers... Thank you.

    Luke ArtsLuke ArtsMánuði síðan
  • wow that would make some cool fountain!

    Gordon SwansonGordon SwansonMánuði síðan
  • wtf? magic? i dont entirely get it ... kind of... maybe..... no i dont

    Dee10Dee10Mánuði síðan
  • Now to just get my wife to see that perspective but even if she does it would be admitting I'm right about something so I guess it's impossible,lol.Thx for a great video once again.

    Greg ChanceyGreg ChanceyMánuði síðan
  • Important to note that centrifugal force on the water exiting the nozzle creates negative/zero pressure in the first scenario and positive pressure in the second scenario. This changes how much of the rotational energy is delivered to the water droplet as either radial or tangential velocity.

    DaisyDaisyMánuði síðan
  • Brits usually right

    Doug 3D10Doug 3D10Mánuði síðan
  • Lol is there no sprinklers in alabam

    Cole PrazanowskiCole PrazanowskiMánuði síðan
  • How useful is this video for Americans now. With this much divide. Each side is shut down to the other and emotions take over.

    Kalvin LiKalvin LiMánuði síðan
  • another variation I want to try is what happens when the jet is pointed opposite the "bend" in the stream. I am sure a force diagram would predict it.

    Robert ONeillRobert ONeillMánuði síðan
  • I wonder what would happen when the rotational speed increased. My theory (without force diagraming) is it will bend further outward.

    Robert ONeillRobert ONeillMánuði síðan
  • I still don't understand why it doesn't lag behind when the tubes are curved

    king gamingking gamingMánuði síðan
    • Like I don't know if its based on the speed or what

      king gamingking gamingMánuði síðan
  • So I watched a video of 2 men playing with water

    king gamingking gamingMánuði síðan
  • 10:00, When I disagree with someone..nice one..

    Phanidhar HPhanidhar HMánuði síðan
  • "Steve is a really smart guy if you ignore the British accent" My British half is angry, my german side is laughing in superiority.

    CasualityCasualityMánuði síðan
  • I wish politicians could see your point of view about disagreement

    Buddy lenwayBuddy lenwayMánuði síðan
  • He could have auditioned for House, no joke

    oTurkish13xoTurkish13xMánuði síðan
  • 9:10 Not trying to make anyone feel bad but, you should be more and more aware of the "Half-life of knowledge" the older you get. Some young kid could have just recently researched a topic that you thought you knew 20 years ago and felt that way since.

    DarkVitaminsDarkVitamins2 mánuðum síðan
  • Alternate title: Using high speed cameras to capture the psychology of being wrong.

    TimesWatcherTimesWatcher2 mánuðum síðan
  • At 9:00, some water is actually lagging behind as well as the most amount going ahead. Any ideas why this anomaly?

    Abdullah Al AminAbdullah Al Amin2 mánuðum síðan
  • StarWolf watched this.

    StarWolf 621StarWolf 6212 mánuðum síðan
  • 3:32 I like how you change your answer, so that way you're right either way. But Steve, being smarter, picks up on that. You can see that he caught you because Steve does that classic subsonscience "shame, shame" finger gesture, lol.

    Michael AntonioMichael Antonio2 mánuðum síðan
  • 0:36 Burnnnn!!! But honestly Dustin, Steve definitely has more intellect than you. However, I think that you have more book smarts.

    Michael AntonioMichael Antonio2 mánuðum síðan
  • Mindblowing. I'm curious what other shapes would do. What would happen if you fork those 4 pipes pointing inward, the end of the pipe would look like this: -< One stream would go with the rotation and the other would go against the rotation. I think the following shapes would also produce funky results. My suggested experiments would be: -( (an splitter with inward bend) -< (a splitter + straight bend), -= (another straight bend with possibly different results), -C (an extreme inward bend) and one where the forks bend "outward", Υ

    YezpahrYezpahr2 mánuðum síðan
  • 8:00 was Steve right? He did say it was going to curve but in the opposite direction, I think. Didn't he mean that it was gonna lag behind?

    Jakub KędziorJakub Kędzior2 mánuðum síðan
  • @9:41 a great life lesson we should all practice.

    East FremantleEast Fremantle2 mánuðum síðan
  • This should be made into a buddy movie starring Gary Oldman and Denzel Washington

    Smote ReverserSmote Reverser2 mánuðum síðan
  • i noticed the same effect as a kid when i held the shower wand toward me & twisted side to side.

    David VADavid VA2 mánuðum síðan
  • Next time remove the plastic from the ground and water the grass.

    Paul WattersonPaul Watterson2 mánuðum síðan
  • This is called coriolis effect lol O studyed this at high school when I was 15 years old😂

    davide bogliundavide bogliun2 mánuðum síðan
  • Sorry to pollute your channel: It's all about politics!

    SIQ MSIQ M2 mánuðum síðan
  • W=V/R Tangential velocity of the spout and the droplet is the same, since the droplet is intertial after leaving the spout, but in the outwards case droplet's radius in increasing, so angular velocity is decreasing, causing jets to "lag" behind. In inwards case it is the opposite.

    КОМБИНАТКОМБИНАТ2 mánuðum síðan
  • @SmarterEveryDay can this phenomenon also be explained using the principle of Coriolis Force

    Aryak SathyeAryak Sathye2 mánuðum síðan
    • I mean since the water particles at any instant are rotating around the center but also moving radially, they will experience a tangential force making them appear to either lag or lead the spinning water spouts

      Aryak SathyeAryak Sathye2 mánuðum síðan
  • 3:14 Destin's face of "Am I retarded?".. lol

    KhomunaKhomuna2 mánuðum síðan
  • I feel like an opportunity was missed by not drawing a circle around the final model. Once the water exits the drawn circle, because only one direction of force changes, it repeats the original shape of force direction that causes the lagging effect in the first model. Wouldn't there be a speed where the final model's water jet hits a tangent on the circle and does repeat the same force direction?

    Tyler IveyTyler Ivey2 mánuðum síðan
  • 'BUT I'M AN 'MURICAN' - Famous last words

    Shoriful HaqueShoriful Haque2 mánuðum síðan
  • wtf illusion?? doesnt the water still trail behind the spouts even while movin in the same direction as the spouts? since the spouts are a centre of rotation, therfore, traveling faster

    Rueben BlackRueben Black2 mánuðum síðan
  • I found the exact weird thing in my bathroom many years ago when I pointed the shower gun toward myself and rotated my body around, not until now I see sb talk about it. So nice :)))

    Bin HiếuBin Hiếu2 mánuðum síðan
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