After watching a video from Plasma Channel which explored the possibilities of levitating objects with electrostatic energy, Mehdi from ElectroBOOM decided to see if he could replicate the experiment. Naturally, it’s not an ElectroBOOM video without delivering a jolt or ten to its host.
Electrical engineer Mehdi Sadaghdar of ElectroBOOM presents a series of simple demonstrations involving magnets, batteries, and wires, each of which might seem magical, but can all be easily explained by science. He might have a goofy approach to teaching, but if you stick around, you might learn a thing or two.
(PG-13: Language) Mehdi just wants to know if his buddy got lucky. If only Samy would stop blabbing and get to the point. Then the day’s beatdown from the cops would be so mundane. We sincerely hope Sébastien Petretti’s comedy short film remains a hyperbole.
ElectroBOOM’s Mehdi Sadaghdar expresses his disdain for “perpetual motion” devices which are claimed to produce more energy than is put into them, thus defying the basic laws of physics. The only thing these guys seem to be able to actually generate are YouTube views.
ElectroBOOM needed a vacuum chamber to see if his Tesla coil will still make sparks in a vacuum. But instead of buying one or looking up guides, he decided to wing it. “Sometimes spending money saves you more money and time.” We coulda told you that, Mehdi.
Mehdi Sadaghdar takes on a fake life hack that’s gotten roughly 48 million views because it supposedly shows how to make a wireless smartphone charger that works from up to 50 feet away. He contemplates giving in to fakery, but ends up turning into the hero we need.
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