• MAKING A GOOGOL:1 REDUCTION WITH LEGO
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    • I watched this entire video. Took like 15 minutes. Not worth it. At all
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    • With that reduction, you can theoretically move anything within our solar system with 2 pounds of torque. Source- my ass
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    • I watched this dude break a steel rod with just legos it was sick
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    • Man, even though i took an engineering class for 2 and a half years, once the numbers started ramping up i was like
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    • So the universe will be long dead before he spins once
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    • so in theory, if he spun the Lego figure once wouldn't it spin the original gear extremely fast?
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    • Is it sad that I had to watch a Lego video to understand how clocks work
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    • Fuck me I swiped to clear a notification and swiped to the next post God dammit
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    • Glad I watched til the end even though it was pretty long this is sick as fuck!
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    • The rotation time for the last gear is approx. 5.2434e91 years which is about 3.8000e29 times the age of the universe (380 octillion times the age of the universe, I may be a decimal place off)
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    • What if they put a motor on the opposite end and the first gear just starts spinning at the speed of light
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    • How many years is that?!?!?!
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    • I watched the whole video thinking he was making a clock
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    • Hopefully someone doesn’t Kragle it.
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    • What’s the point of this if all the gears towards then end are just so fucking slow they’ll never move “this gear won’t rotate in your lifetime, neither will this one! Or this one, or this one!” Yeah why should I give A fuck then
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    • Really helps comprehend the idea of Big numbers.
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    • Him pulling out all those rare LEGO pieces like bruh what
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    • 🤔what if we put the motor on the opposite end?
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    • Watched the whole thing. 100% worth it. That thing deserves to be in a museum
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    • I dunno why, but him knocking over the clock made me laugh
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    • YouTube link: youtu.be/QwXK4e4uqXY (This is a 10 minute video. Don't waste your time watching it here.)
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    • I have no idea what I’m watching but I’m watching it
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    • Put the motor on the other end and see how fast it spins...
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    • Finally, a clock that’ll tell me when my wife will be ready.
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    • Yeah I’m still not sure what I just watched but it was very interesting
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    • In theory isnt every gear moving though?
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    • What end product looks like...
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    • So if he turned that last wheel, would the first wheel turn at like light speed (I know not light speed but you know what I mean)
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    • The sun will swallow the earth before the backlash is even taken out
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    • How the fuck can a 10+ minute video be featured but I can’t post a video that is longer than a minute from gallery to here?
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    • Oohhh, so this is how Google was made.
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    • This shit needs to be on display at the Smithsonian
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    • I just stopped partway through to say that I have no idea what I’m watching but I am still intrigued and now I will go watch the rest
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    • Legend has it he's still adding on gears to this day
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    • Redstone engineering is like computer engineering. Lego engineering is like mechanical engineering
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    • LEGO doomsday clock
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    • The thing will break long before it ever reaches one rotation.
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    • My family: get some sleep, it’ll take 10 thousand million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million years for it to spin once. Me:
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    • I’m building a Dyson sphere out of Legos. Who’s with me?
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    • Now build a time machine. Oh wait you just did.
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    • I watched every second and I’m not even close to being better than math.
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    • tOrQuE
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    • Interesting content to see when taking a humongous shit
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    • I guess were just posting whole YouTube videos now huh ifunny?
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    • That was so unbelievably cool.
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    • If you’re looking for teeth just go you your local dentist and get yours busted out for free.
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    • 5.2x10^91...... hold up gotta calculate
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    • This is amazing. Never seen something quite as weirdly entertaining as this
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    • Just buy a Clock for $5 retard
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    • I too will rotate every 5.2x10^91 years.
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    • Do to the high flex capacity of plastic it will take longer to revolve
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    • I wish anti-vaxxers were right and vaccines really did cause autism, because we could use more people like this
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    • It would take more energy than the entire known universe to keep that thing moving until it does one rotation.
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    • I watched the whole thing out of confusion of what was going on
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    • [insert dumbass, ignorant comment about engineering, which I know nothing about, like some of you fucktards make about politics and science]
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    • You spin me like a record baby
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    • This is weird long and was not worth the time
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    • Even if I knew what this does I’d just want this to look at
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    • Amazing and pointless at the same time. Surreal!
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    • Hey, this post is inspiring me to use math in real life and I am not liking it.
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    • Add a little combustion, and that's the universe basically. Still not as complex as a woman.
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    • Nigga just go to work
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    • Ive seen this video on YouTube
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    • Brick experiment channel on YouTube
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    • How much money did this man spend on LEGO parts?
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    • “Welcome to my complexity device!” “What does it do?” “It confuses you!”
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    • I wonder, could you, rather than using contact force in gears, could you use magnetic fields that push them, assuming you could give enough differences in charge and isolate them for each other, to do it? Assuming you could, would that reduce wear and tear and heat from friction?
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    • Neat but pointless
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    • This is awesome
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    • Now do googolplex reduction
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    • Still not enough torque to pick up your momma.
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    • big loud clock
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    • I was high and saw the whole video... it turned into an 80’s video really quick
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    • How’s this nigga about to make a web browser out of legos
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    • What if you reverse it 😳
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    • It took like 20 minutes to find but the latin prefix suggests the name for that number is 5.2 unnonagintillion years
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    • Please tell me there’s a marching like this in a museum somewhere that got started like 300 years ago that we can actually see it has moved a bit
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    • Do you ever think about the Universe (and TIME)?
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    • Imagine that your heart beat is a full scycle from Big Bang to the Heat Death of the Universe, and it started spinning when you were born... you would still not live to see it finish one rotation!
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    • It is amazing that something that HUGE can be made that small.
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    • Just to removeing all the slack in the system will take some billions of years.
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    • Wait so what if I reversed that.
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    • I love ifunny, I can't upload a video longer than 1 min, but you can. I can't download a video from here, but you can. I only ever see the same 40 commenters, but there's 8k likes on a post. Some of my political memes get erased, but you're porn stays. I can't have a comment longer than
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    • Just fucking buy a clock!!! And halfway through the vid i just wanted to click off but i had already watched so much. It pissed me off
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    • How do you get that filling up drawing effect at the end? It’s sick
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    • Ohhh please no, this is giving ke flashbacks to my robotics and engineering stem class in my sophmore year, best year of my life but all that fucking math with gear ratios and speed
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    • Why does going to the comments sometimes restart the fucking video
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    • Fuck I accidentally moved to the next post
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    • Neat
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    • If I had unlimited technic pieces I would be the happiest person alive
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    • The suns gunna blow up before that thing rotates
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    • Don’t even watch this here, go to YouTube
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    • I didn’t know they made 168 tooth gears
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    • I know of an infinite power source if you actually want to keep this going forever...
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    • The gear is easily one of if not the best invention by mankind
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    • Brickexperimentchannel for the full vid
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