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Why No One Invented The Internal Combustion Engine

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Episode 2 of 5 Check us out on iTunes! http://testtube.com/podcast Please Subscribe! http://testu.be/1FjtHn5 The history of the internal combustion engine is long and kind of out there. So many different brilliant minds had their hands in the mix and it’s not really set in stone as to who invented it. + + + + + + + + Previous Episode: How Does A Car Engine Work?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLoD-kuNIss&index=1&list=PLwwOk5fvpuuKSOtN6-Mk-QCyOJX4gnJtM + + + + + + + + Sources: Engine: The History of a Concept, From 14th-Century Poetry to Google: http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/08/engine-the-history-of-a-concept-from-14th-century-poetry-to-google/278611/ “Engines may be a relatively recent invention, but "engine" the word has been around for quite some time." Who Invented The Steam Engine?: http://www.livescience.com/44186-who-invented-the-steam-engine.html “In a world propelled by combustion engines, gas turbines and nuclear reactors, the steam engine may seem like a relic of the past. But without this game-changing invention, the modern world would be a much different place." Étienne Lenoir: http://www.britannica.com/biography/Etienne-Lenoir “Lenoir’s engine was a converted double-acting steam engine with slide valves to admit the air-fuel mixture and to discharge exhaust products." History Of The Starter Motor: http://www.crankshift.com/history-starter-motor/ "Although we take starter motors for granted today, the so-called “self-starter” wasn’t even conceived of until several decades after the arrival of the horseless carriage." Two-Cycle And Four-Cycle Engines: http://www.g-w.com/pdf/sampchap/9781590709702_ch05.pdf “A basic design feature that aids in small engine identification is the number of piston strokes required to complete one operating (power) cycle." When Old Things Turn Into New Again: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/24/automobiles/autospecial/24history.html?_r=1 “While combining gasoline and electric motors in a car seems like a miracle of automotive wizardry of the 21st century, the origins of hybrid technology actually date to the end of the 19th." What Is The History Of Hybrid Cars?: http://auto.howstuffworks.com/fuel-efficiency/hybrid-technology/history-of-hybrid-cars.htm “Generally speaking, a hybrid car is any car that uses more than one fuel source. Nowadays, however, we mainly use the term to describe cars that combine a gas-fueled internal combustion engine with a battery-driven electric motor." Aug. 12, 1888: Road Trip! Berta Takes The Benz: http://www.wired.com/2010/08/0812berta-benz-first-road-trip/ “Berta Benz, wife of inventor Karl Benz, takes her husband’s car on the first documented road trip in an automobile." + + + + + + + + TestTube Plus is built for enthusiastic science fans seeking out comprehensive conversations on the geeky topics they love. Host Trace Dominguez digs beyond the usual scope to deliver details, developments and opinions on advanced topics like AI, string theory and Mars exploration. TestTube Plus is also offered as an audio podcast on iTunes. + + + + + + + + Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/TraceDominguez TestTube on Facebook https://facebook.com/testtubenetwork TestTube on Google+ http://gplus.to/TestTube + + + + + + + +
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Text Comments (167)
Vinay Agnihotri (30 days ago)
Ye angrez ka bachcha chutiya hai. Mat dekho is bkl ko , kuchh nahin ata ise. Mujhe to ye mechanical engineer he nahin lag rha.
Davide de furia (9 months ago)
You such the way you explain
Lenoir and Clerk were the main pioneers of the two-cycle systems...De Rocha invented the four-cycle method, Christian Reitman built it....and an Italian guy that invented the stethoscope built the first 4 wheel, reciprocating engine driven car....The kindergarten version is boring. Dugald Clerk (Clark) was a superman.
noone (1 year ago)
That's why I laugh when people hail guys like Steve Jobs as "world changers".....Steve Jobs gave the world time waster SHIT that makes kids in their 20's think they are "modern".........men like RUDOLF DIESEL CHANGED THE WORLD. Compare guys like Edison, Tesla and Diesel to geeks like Gates and Jobs......what a joke.Rudolf Christian Karl Diesel (March 18, 1858 – September 29, 1913) was a German inventor and mechanical engineer, famous for the invention of the diesel engine. Diesel was the subject of the 1942 film Diesel. The diesel engine (also known as a compression-ignition engine) is an internal combustion engine that uses the heat of compression to initiate ignition and burn the fuel that has been injected into the combustion chamber. This contrasts with spark-ignition engines such as a petrol engine (gasoline engine) or gas engine (using a gaseous fuel as opposed to gasoline), which use a spark plug to ignite an air-fuel mixture. The diesel engine has the highest thermal efficiency of any standard internal or external combustion engine due to its very high compression ratio and inherent lean burn which enables heat dissipation by the excess air. A small efficiency loss is also avoided compared to two-stroke non-direct-injection gasoline engines since unburnt fuel is not present at valve overlap and therefore no fuel goes directly from the intake/injection to the exhaust. Low-speed diesel engines (as used in ships and other applications where overall engine weight is relatively unimportant) can have a thermal efficiency that exceeds 50%.
Paul Ellis (1 year ago)
Otto came up with the constant volume heat cycle named the Otto cycle after him. Karl Benz came up with the diesel, or constant pressure cycle. The ICE mechanism was derived directly from the steam engine.
Silent Knight (1 year ago)
Hey Trace, I'm pretty sure its pronounced Christiaan Huygens~>(Hoyg-ins). That's how a team at N.A.S.A. says it when referring to a probe they have (or had). Come on, if that's how N.A.S.A. says it then it's gotta be correct! Right??.LOL. Anyways, love all the work the team and you do as well as your other channels. Keep up the good work. (|<« Ceasar.S.
Josh Potts (1 year ago)
This invention may be the single most important invention during the industrial revolution. It opened up a whole new realm of possibilities.
jacob lee (1 year ago)
explain hp vs torque what they have in common and what's different shirt version and in depth allot have trouble explaining this and I love cars know allot about them but still don't quite understand it
DeepFriedFuzzball (1 year ago)
What pleases me is that, as a student studying engineering, there is so much work going on in this field it's extraordinary. Sadly online media companies don't seem to care as it's not 'save the worldy' enough or 'electronic / techy' enough for the headlines, but in the last couple of years there have been some amazing developments in engine technology, in the automotive sector alone. One of the most impressive being Infiniti's variable compression ratio engine, but also the likes of Toyota's new line of engines which can allegedly touch 40% - 41% BTE in a spark ignition car engine. That's phenomenal. Then there are interesting concepts like Christian von Koenigsegg's Freevalve engine (and indeed company). As well of course as alternative engine architectures like the opposed piston engines Achates Power are bringing back to the engine shop (the Commer TS3 is one of my all time favourite engines). Long may the internal combustion engine be improved. One of the most amazing machines on earth that people sadly often belittle, or take for granted. Without it we'd be screwed. Great video :)
Piyush InfoUna (1 year ago)
DeepFriedFuzzball crazy right? Some people think ice technology is 1000 years old or something. They think that a simple motor drive is more advanced than a complicated ICE technology.
twistedyogert (1 year ago)
Most inventions took the work of many people to develop into their modern forms. (computers, the light bulb, telescopes, timepieces, etc.:)
Vivin Vincent (2 years ago)
seriously reading out of Wikipedia and add in a few words. pls
71nortcomm 71nort (2 years ago)
So this channel is seriously just this guy running his mouth? I'll pass.
Ethan Cogdill (1 year ago)
71nortcomm 71nort this is a podcast channel. DNews is the main channel
mzicpol (2 years ago)
its really annoying how you keep glancing at your laptop for notes
Lenta Jzx (2 years ago)
Wao that hydrogen data that you give us makes it kind of official that in the US the conflict of interest in multiple fuels is real and I feel like in a cave living here really.
Sachs Husam (2 years ago)
How about jet engine? Electric motor? Can we predict the future of engine and motor?
twistedyogert (1 year ago)
3-D printed metal parts.
Jordan Maddern (2 years ago)
There are countless ways the engine could evolve. My guess is precision down to the nanometer.
theory816 (2 years ago)
bitch, i invented the ice
I changed My username (2 years ago)
i dont know how he did it but he made cars boring :(
gwheyduke (2 years ago)
Lyle Cummings book "Internal Fire" explains the whole process from the Newcomen Steam engine to Nicholaus Otto's four stroke cycle gas engine, through Rudolph Diesel's compression ignition engine.
IcyDragon68 (2 years ago)
Go Dutch!
556poor (2 years ago)
Could just put it simply that anything important in automotive engineering was done by the Germans.
Moflyboy Blanquito (30 days ago)
Lol good one. It did come from the West though mainly. The West made the Mideast rich.
Hawk Who Knows All (9 months ago)
pauljs75 NO..AMERICAN Didnt.......HITLER made the Most CHEAPEST CAR where LOW SALARY Workers can Buy..... The AMERICAN PIGS Then INVADED GERMANY and STOLE Every INVENTION Including NUCLEAR BOMB.
pauljs75 (1 year ago)
But making it reliable and cheap enough to be affordable was done by Americans such as Ford. And then Japanese paralleled what Americans were doing, but made it more of an art.
xSirDingo (2 years ago)
Like making an engine that constantly breaks,
Schwanzel Stock (2 years ago)
El Chupacabra (2 years ago)
haha actual proof that Trace is just a try hard "science guy". FFS, you're already reading from a screen in all of your episodes, at least put in some effort in pronouncing the words right.
Jeremy LeFevre (2 years ago)
Thermodynamic blasphemy! Discussion of the internal combustion engine without any mention of Carnot!?!?!? Repent to the gods of thermodynamics. Although you covered Otto, so, he made a cycle, that's cool. Carnot invented the cycle against which all other cycles are compared.
peanutaxis (2 years ago)
Toyota Rav4.....what the FUCK! THUMBS DOWN!!
peanutaxis (2 years ago)
Christian Huygens. h.u.y.g.e.n.s. !!
twistedyogert (1 year ago)
Wasn't he the guy who developed the first pendulum clock?
skyler cox (2 years ago)
What if you don't drive something with a 4 stroke motor? That cr125r life.
Ryan Robinson (2 years ago)
Bring back the EV1
greg johns (2 years ago)
I took a road trip last year just to kind of get away from everything. I started in Fort Worth Texas and ended up in Albuquerque, NM. I went and saw all the places around there that they filmed Breaking Bad, climbed the Sandia mountains, and a whole bunch of other stuff that would take to long to list here. I did temp work to support my self and when I didn't have money for food I ate from the wild fruit trees. I slept under the stars and watched the sun rise over the mountains every day. It was one of the most amazing experiences of my life. And the whole time I was there I lived in a 99 Dodge Durango.
Atomsk (2 years ago)
Did they give you a rav4?
ahmed aliyu (2 years ago)
you need to do an animation, it isn't sinking
Herr Doktor (2 years ago)
I had to make a school presentation about hydrogen engines. From my research i remember something from 18th or 19th century, which was some type of plan for preservation and responsible usage of our resources from scientists , philosophers, etc. But of course it got ignored. Kinda keeps you thinking, doesnt it?
joseph cunningham (2 years ago)
ferdinand porshe not the car
joseph cunningham (2 years ago)
starter caddillac
joseph cunningham (2 years ago)
not the venturi
joseph cunningham (2 years ago)
KajiRider1997 (2 years ago)
Give me a moment to laugh at your pronunciation of Huygens.. .... .... Okay. Well nice vid, learned allot :)
November11Seven (2 years ago)
If you find that guy doing the weekly podcast, I wanna subscribe to that channel!
November11Seven (2 years ago)
Except Tesla invented whole industries xD
Lin Yen Chin (2 years ago)
Ahh you disgusting brain worshipers.
natural gas I.C.E. is this not right beside EX.C. as i under stood it, natural gas did not need a carburetor. natural gas was not abundant, and needed tanks. and to get passed the ka-boom of contained gasses. natural gas got left on the side of the road. for the steam engine. yet some were i learned this was the first I.C.E.
James Copeland (6 months ago)
Any fuel, gaseous or not, requires a carburetor or injection... it needs some way to meter the fuel in proportion to the air. Even diesels require a minimum/maximum metering threshold, albeit at a much greater range. Natural gas isn't stored with atmospheric air. The pressure of the vessel alone, could cause it to ignite. The first liquid fuel internal combustion engines ran off lantern oil (not to be confused with lamp oil)... very similar to the same Coleman lantern fuel used by hobby engine builders today. Gasoline in those days was a volatile and inconsistent fuel. Ignition resistance could be notoriously low, fuel would sometimes spoil quickly. If you count hydrogen gas as a natural gas, it was invented first... however, lantern fuel engines were the first true ICE hydrocarbon fuel engines. Natural gas did find favor in colder climates with availability, however... especially in emergency response equipment and vehicles, for it's stability and cold start dependability. The junkyards of the Rocky Mountain region are loaded with old tow trucks, heavy equipment (mostly power shovels), police cars, and even some ambulances and fire trucks with pressure vessel tanks.
Nathaniel Rosegg (2 years ago)
yo can someone explain why we cant just make a LFTR engine for cars also a weekly segment on this would be great
Goran Svraka (2 years ago)
First engine was powered by Hydrogen...why not develop this till now and not use benzene or gasoline which pollutes...geez!
Bryan Kirk (2 years ago)
Add news
Myriaddsystems (2 years ago)
Doesnt he drone on
Leshpar Dracendor (2 years ago)
Holy crap, she drove 65 miles and that was considered a long road trip and I drive more than that just to get to the nearest city from where I live.
PhunkBustA (2 years ago)
PhunkBustA (2 years ago)
NVM!!! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_internal_combustion_engine_vehicle
I MacGyver-ed it! (2 years ago)
Dude this is YouTube and not radio. Get some images to show to viewers...
Downey M (2 years ago)
glad u filmed it HD. wouldnt want to miss all the amazing bits of you reading off your computer
Matkat Music (2 years ago)
teleprompter > laptop (eye contact with camera)
Ivor lyston (2 years ago)
can u guys explain more about h.I.v and AIDS ?
Muffinman Wolfe (2 years ago)
Ever heard of the podcast called Car Stuff?
Hannes productions (2 years ago)
Ford "power stroke" is not a power stroke
AnswerCrat (2 years ago)
I would argue that all technology was created in an iterative way. The sad part is cars have evolved but compared to other technology ICE's, that power the cars are quiet ancient. There has not been a fundamental change in power generation for personal transport in over a century. Could you imagine other segments of technology evolving so slowly? Computers would still have vacuum tubes and phone wires. My verdict the ICE has a rich history because for the latter half of a century it should have been history.
Elon Blunt (2 years ago)
Anyone else love the knowledge but hate his voice and character?
Bob Johnson (2 years ago)
Rok Adamlje (2 years ago)
Thats why we talk about Otto, Diesel, Ericcson and other CYCLES.
kampkrieger (2 years ago)
talking only? no pictures, scematics, anytihng?
Chad Bremer (2 years ago)
Felix Wankel, and the Wankel Rotary engine. One of the few to make his own ICE that was not based off traditional engine designs. And the only one not made from traditional designs to actually see service. Another note, Ferdinand Porsche designed a version of the Nazi Tiger tank with a hybrid diesel electric drive system. It failed to perform though suffering from malfunctions and breakdowns when competing for the contract.
Steve Paulsson (2 years ago)
how about hybrid submarines?
rbmaserang (2 years ago)
my favorite was camping in ruidoso new mexico. we were going through the mountains, when the car started going whom wom wom womwomwomwomwom boom! shreeeeeeeeek. the rear passenger tire fell off the van. i was in the back watching the 4th of july (showers of sparks). we stopped right there on the highway and camped for several days while the van was in the shop. there was an indian reservation, and they were having a pow-wow. it was the most prehistoric reality show i ever saw. they were real desert people. the bathroom, i couldnt even go all the way in because the smell of urine and feces was so strong. I looked inside the public outhouse, just like any in a national park, except the floor was under several inches of pee, and there was a big pile of shit right in the middle of the 15×15 foot restroom. I shit you not. they had to walk through the pee to poop on the pile. there wasnt even toilet paper. I thought yep thats pretty savage. I gotta find somewhere else to go potty like a civilized human being.
Asbjørn (2 years ago)
what about Diesel? he is laying name to an engine type , and the fuel it uses.. just mention him at least..
stickloaf (2 years ago)
great start, love the subject matter...straight to the point. stop reading notes off the laptop and write an actual script that you can read from q cards or a teleprompter
A ??? Earther (2 years ago)
Why haven't anyone invented perpetual motion gravity engines, cars, airplanes, and trains, etc like earth, and planets rotate, and fly by our sun gravity, and the sun fly by the Milky Way galaxy gravity, (galaxies fly by what gravity?, etc)? you don't need gas, oil, food, and electricity, etc for gravity motion? gravity may be powered by bacteria, fish, animal, creature, and human souls???!!! Are we in an extremely evil universe that is so beautiful and wonderful from the outside???!!!
Emily Menzel (2 years ago)
BERTHA!!!! <3
Bo Rerun (2 years ago)
wrap it up bro !
Duke of Lorraine (2 years ago)
A gunpowder-fueled engine. That would be a badass marketing point for a car
Gunnaras Grinkevicius (2 years ago)
becouse even smokeless powder would have residue that would stick to cilinder wall/liner. while gasoline diesel et etc exhoust its residue in form of gas. 
Duke of Lorraine (2 years ago)
+Gunnaras Grinkevicius then why not with smokeless powder ?
Gunnaras Grinkevicius (2 years ago)
+scarfacemperor It was tried but didnt wok out due tue residue that they couldnt get rid of trough out exhoust chamber :D cheers
Andre Engels (2 years ago)
Your pronounciation of 'Huygens' is WAY off the mark.
Alex Greeny (2 years ago)
Hey @testtubeplus you shoukd do a series on Planet X (Niburu) I think it would be really interesting
Mariux - (2 years ago)
+Alex Greeny @ has no power here
Alex Greeny (2 years ago)
@testtube plus
Crestfallen.png (2 years ago)
Next week could you do a video on brains ( disorders/diseases one episode, mabey something with the placebo effect, ect) I think it would be very interesting
Crestfallen.png (2 years ago)
Great, cant wait to watch it
Science Plus (2 years ago)
+immortaly_GG Brains is definitely on our list. Thanks!
gtracer66 (2 years ago)
This subject would have been an ideal topic for the now discontinued TV series "Connections". Just another point. My first car, a 1959 Triumph TR-3, still had a provision for a hand crank, should the battery go down. This was in 1960.
Bob Noturbusiness (2 years ago)
Maybe you should use some of the money you're making for the purchase of a real teleprompter because it's really annoying watching you glancing at the laptop every 10 seconds.
Science Plus (2 years ago)
+Bob Noturbusiness Weird, the laptop is actually just full of cat videos.
Daniel Robles (2 years ago)
Toyota actually started as a carpet company 😆
mrmackilla (2 years ago)
What's going on with the podcast? It hasn't been updated in a while.
Adam Rieckel (2 years ago)
I like TestTube Plus, but I would really really like it if you could incorporate a few graphics/pics or vids into the presentation. Thanks :)
foodfood (2 years ago)
hey i have an idea for a week: fashion and clothes style trends.
Mitchell Glass (2 years ago)
Largest tank ever made the maus was a hybrid made by Ferdinand Porsche it was 188 tons
Adult hardcore videos (2 years ago)
i have bipolar
Tyler Walker (1 year ago)
Jason Juice haha i like it
baarni (2 years ago)
Gottlieb Daim...ler, not Dal...mer
Imaginary Friend (2 years ago)
I'm surprised Ford wasn't mentioned.
Ashmeed Mohammed (2 years ago)
thanks +Toyota !
Myrkskog (2 years ago)
It's pronounced "Hoi-gens".
WillyTheComposer (2 years ago)
In May 2015 took a trip from PA all the way out to Rushmore and stopped in Kansas City. Really beautiful country out there. I would recommend the badlands to anyone who wants a scenic place to travel to.
Graham Roth (2 years ago)
Me and my friends drove from Edmonton AB, to Seattle, Portland, then the Pacific Highway to L.A. then Vegas, then home! 6800kms haha.
Science Plus (2 years ago)
+Graham Roth Smart to leave Vegas for last. Thanks for watching Graham.
Armando Vasquez (2 years ago)
Why does gas make cars run ?
Darknightx33x (2 years ago)
we had h2 ices un the 1800s, hybrids in the 1900s, wtf why are they just being rediscovered now?
Darknightx33x (2 years ago)
+Special EDy i wish it was that simple, but its not. yes the reaction of hydrocarbons poduce H2O, CO2, and CO. The problem is that there are other things in the gas. Im no expert in what comes out of the ground but probably stuff that isnt good like sulphur, heavy metals, carcinogens. Also the way you used pollution is correct as in net amount of carbon on earth has more or less stayed the same, but its a matter of releasing more CO2 than the plants can handle as they consume only so much so fast. Then tack on the deforestation as we significantly reduces the overall ability to remove CO2. There is probably more factors that contribute to the increased CO2 levels in the atmosphere. A better use of "no pollution" would be all our gasoline we obtain comes from carbon sources on the surface causing no net change in carbon on the surface and the atmosphere of earth compared to where levels are now.
Special EDy (2 years ago)
Because the ICE is still vastly superior to electric cars. The energy density is higher, gasoline cars can go farther and refuel quickly. They are cheaper and last longer than the equivalent amount of batteries. The best solution until battery technology improves is to focus on finding ways to artificially create gasoline, like ethanol. We aren't polluting when we burn gasoline, we are just releasing carbon dioxide and water that plants consumed back into the atmosphere. With current technology, electric cars have a far greater negative impact on the environment.
cq33xx (2 years ago)
+Darknightx33x in 20th century the low consumption of oil based fuels wasn't the point... actually the point was to higher consumption possible.. i don't know if this make sense to you
Eric D (2 years ago)
+Darknightx33x batteries and hydrogen storage, they were both unbelievably crap back then and now they are decent.
BUSHCRAPPING (2 years ago)
hey trace D,T - these are not the same thing!
Aakash Varma (2 years ago)
Did a 5000 km trip in 21 days
asd0l (2 years ago)
German engineering! yeah
Jack Daniel (2 years ago)
I find your lack of visuals disturbing.
Jack Daniel (2 years ago)
I'm fully aware it's a podcast and I never said they should change it, nor I have said I can't understand anything :-) Yet, if you make a podcast that is s'posed to teach you about stuff from scratch, stuff that is very practical, mechanical and so on, words alone are indeed a poor medium to share the knowledge, especially for non-native English speakers. Even academic books on engines have some pictures and schematics as I've just had one on my desk not so long ago. Pictures ARE worth a thousand words so don't be such an elitist, Walter White. I've just completed a course in astrophysics with almost no pictures included and I'm fine, but it's mostly an abstract subject full of thought experiments, so words are ok. This is quite the opposite. And that's making it way harder to comprehend because you can't leave it to your imagination. You have to know precisely what is what and where in the engine - which defeats the purpose of the podcast a little bit, since you're here to learn about it in the first place (or so I though at least given the title of the first video in the series).
Tetsu Shatarii (2 years ago)
+Jack Daniel Its a podcast style video
Cole carley (2 years ago)
You should do a series on lying.
Rusty Krys (2 years ago)
I have a 1947 Ford tractor that is crank start. Lol.
Pétur Kristinsson (4 months ago)
Rusty Krys my dad has a 1981 Lada that has a hand crank, but also a starter :)
Alan Fox (10 months ago)
That's cool. Do you still use it for work?
Hamid (2 years ago)
please for God's sake, learn to pronounce "christian Huygens" and others correctly!
Noel Molina (1 year ago)
Go fuck your self, it's not possible for him to perfectly pronounce every persons name in the entire world. Unless you think that Mr. Huygens name is the only one every person in the world should know how to perfectly pronounce?
joshua43214 (2 years ago)
+Hamid Shokri I have it from experts sources that only a native Dutch speaker can say the name correctly. So unless you are a native Dutch speaker, you are probably saying ti wrong too.
Explosivenothingness (2 years ago)
+Hamid Shokri Lol, Homer, my friend: Get over it. Speaking as a Dutch person, we just have to accept that the whole world can't really handle Dutch pronunciations. Stop being offended over mispronounced names from impossible languages nobody in the world knows.
E Bryant (2 years ago)
+johnie102 were Americans, we just don't appreciate linguistic nuance. It is a real different sound the Dutch G
johnie102 (2 years ago)
+N LM Dutch person here. The actual sound you need to use is not available in English but it is between Hoygens en Haigens
Zebarbas (2 years ago)
It's Gottlieb DAIMLER not Dalmer.
Paul Tappan (2 years ago)
+Zebarbas Yeah, what's with Dahmer? It's Gottlieb not Jeffery we are talking about here. The guy needs to learn to read and then pronounce.
Suvi-Tuuli Allan (2 years ago)
What about flux capacitors? How do they work?
Science Plus (2 years ago)
+Suvi-Tuuli Allan Maybe you'll find out on our Time Travel week.
Suvi-Tuuli Allan (2 years ago)
Oh, Reginald! I disagree!
Casey (2 years ago)
Woah Honda advertising. You my friend are going up in the Youtube world :)!
Tstack6st (2 years ago)
+Casey Schalk *Toyota
Just Headdie (2 years ago)
Did a 220 mile round trip on friday, with toilet breaks was an awesome 7 hour catchup with my dad
soulchain247 (2 years ago)
+HeaddiePlays Hmmm. I think @TestTube Plus deleted my comment. Didn't think my wee wittle comment was that important
Just Headdie (2 years ago)
110 or so there and back, most of it was on motorway restricted to 50 mph for road widening enforced with average speed cameras. the rest of the journey was between 30 and 60 mph navigating very unfamiliar country, small villages, twisting back roads and the roundabout central that is Aylesbury with an hour for breaks
soulchain247 (2 years ago)
It took you SEVEN hours to drive 220 miles? Unless you were literally riding on top of a turtle, I find that very hard to believe. That's a 2 hour drive, tops.
DerZocker2000000 (2 years ago)
please talk more about electric cars not only hybrid cars....electric cars are more envirom,ent friendly...hydrogen cars are also bad because you would have to use gas stations again for hydrogen...so it would be more costly...also you can repair a electric car more easyly than an hybrid or even an hydrogen car
DerZocker2000000 (2 years ago)
+TestTube Plus ok...i will wait ^^
Science Plus (2 years ago)
+DerZocker2000000 Stay tuned :)
DerZocker2000000 (2 years ago)
+Shogun of Japan to get hydrogen you would need even more electricity... hydrogen does not occour on our planet in natural form the cheapest way would be electrolysis which splits water into 2 hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom so it would actually be cheaper to use electric cars... hydrogen cars use electric motors as well
Shogun of Japan (2 years ago)
Expect eletric cars require eletrcity. Want to know where that growth in eletric production needed to fill the new demand would come from? More oil power plants thats how.
DerZocker2000000 (2 years ago)
+Bart Simpson well...an elecric car uses mostly the same components as a hydrogen car...except the hydrogen cell...have you ever worked with an hydrogen cell? i bet you worked with batterys did you? also you would have to buy hydrogen from a "gas" station...so they can make the prices...electricity is already delivvered to your house or am i wrong?
Wild Rider (2 years ago)
which sites ur loking bro, just tell me i will stop watching ur video
Smoke Stacks (2 years ago)
You can bet your boots it's from the Internet not verified books. Don't expect too much from mediocrity.
JpegXguy (2 years ago)
+Walter White Thank you! The comments saying he's just reading stuff from Google are too many!
EinNameDenKeinerHat (2 years ago)
I guess you mean Gottlieb Daimler, who is definitely not pronounced "Dahlmer". Try saying "Dime-ler".
IQUIT (1 year ago)
I don't think hes too big of car guy ;D
Tjuhr (2 years ago)
Come on Trace, you know they Huygens probe, that is a lot closer to the way it is pronounced in The Netherlands. "Hugh-Gents" just hurts my ears :P
I be Flexin' on y'all (2 years ago)
Ik heb toevallig met geschiedenis net het over Cristiaan Huygens...
Tjuhr (2 years ago)
+Tjuhr *the
Dae'Javon Bibbs (2 years ago)
Last time I came this early my child support was due :-(

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