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Richard Feynman explains what fire is

Richard Feynman explains what fire is

The properties of carbon and oxygen atoms

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Guest: Maxwell. (2826 days ago)
Now that's an explanation I can really understand - well done Richard Feynman.
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Now that's an explanation I can really understand - well done Richard Feynman.
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Guest: Tweak (2826 days ago)
reminds me of being super stoned and talking to my mate about how big the universe is haha.
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reminds me of being super stoned and talking to my mate about how big the universe is haha.
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Guest: Stew P. Idmerican (2826 days ago)
Latest comment: You can tell that he's a physicist and not a geologist. All the water and carbon dioxide on this planet comes from volcanoes. So plants do ultimately grow out of the ground.
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Latest comment: You can tell that he's a physicist and not a geologist. All the water and carbon dioxide on this planet comes from volcanoes. So plants do ultimately grow out of the ground.
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Guest: (2826 days ago)
Have a look at how a Railway carriageLoco stays on the tracks!-- second that very clever and the way he explains means you dont forget
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Have a look at how a Railway carriageLoco stays on the tracks!-- second that very clever and the way he explains means you dont forget
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Guest: Bob (2826 days ago)
Clever American (at last)
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Clever American (at last)
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Guest: iShouldKnow (2827 days ago)
this guy's an inspiration
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this guy's an inspiration
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Guest: Idd (2827 days ago)
I so agree with you. Have a look at how a Railway carriageLoco stays on the tracks! Boy that rocks. His explanation is superb.
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I so agree with you. Have a look at how a Railway carriageLoco stays on the tracks! Boy that rocks. His explanation is superb.
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