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Tag: Tom Scott

Trainscapes: This Tiny Railroad Across The Sea Has An Important Job

Welcome to Trainscapes. Each week, we will feature train content including videos of trains and behind the scenes action of trains and locomotives! The Lorenbahn, the Lüttmoorsiel-Nordstrandischmoor island railway, is famous for […]

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Trainscapes: The World’s Most Useful Model Railway

Welcome to Trainscapes. Each week, we will feature train content including videos of trains and behind the scenes action of trains and locomotives! In Darmstadt, Germany, there’s the Eisenbahnbetriebsfeld: a model railway […]

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Roadscapes Wednesday: The Public Toll Road With No Speed Limit

Welcome to Roadscapes Wednesday, each week this post will talk about roads and infrastructure related topics.  I am called the “road geek” for a good reason, I love roads and love talking […]

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Science Mondays: History Forgot These Old Fireworks – We Recreated Them

Welcome to Science Mondays. Each Monday, Geek Alabama will feature a video or article about the world of Science. Our goal is to feature science topics and make you smarter, and in […]

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The Evening Post: The Never-Used Road Where The BBC Crash Cars

There are lots of disused and never-used roads and bridges in the world. But the Road to Nowhere in Yate, in south-west England, does still sometimes have traffic driving on it. And […]

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Science Mondays: How Binary Search Makes Computers Much, Much Faster

Ever wondered how computers use all binary to run and search?  YouTuber Tom Scott shows us the science behind binary and how binary helps computers to run fast.  Enjoy below! Rate This […]

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Roadscapes Wednesday: Why This British Crossroads Is So Dangerous

Ipley Cross, in the middle of the New Forest, is one of the most dangerous road junctions in Britain. Why?  YouTuber Tom Scott explains why this intersection in the United Kingdom is […]

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Explore The Country Where All Public Transit Is Free

I admit it, mass transit in Alabama and the south overall kind of sucks.  But, this is not the case everywhere around the world.  In Europe for example, mass transit is massive […]

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Explore A Part Of Louisiana’s Coast That Isn’t Sinking

Believe it or not, a part of the Louisiana coast is actually gaining land, and not sinking.  When the levees were built to divert water on the Mississippi River, parts of the […]

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The Evening Post: The World’s First Solar Powered Train

Yes, solar power can now run a train.  Tom Scott takes us to Australia and The Byron Bay Railroad Company, which now runs the world’s first 100% solar-powered train.  It wouldn’t work […]

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