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Hello Friends In this video tutorial, you will learn how to make a Night Water lamp using very few materials The Items required to make the water lamp are A waste plastic or glass bottle Any bottle can be used if it can stand still even when placed inverted A multicolor LED A coin cell battery Hot glue gun and a cup of clean water To start Take a plastic bottle Unscrew the cap and drill two holes in it to fit LED legs Here, I have used a Hand PCB Drill Do not worry if you dont have one You can also use a hot needle to make holes but be very careful with this step Insert the LED in the cap from inside Apply some hot glue around it Make sure to seal it well Let the glue dry for sometime Now, fold the +ve leg of LED at an angle of 90 degrees Also, bend the -ve leg in opposite direction and fold it twice or may be thrice to make it thick Apply hot glue over the cap such that the +ve leg is immersed inside the glue Whereas the negative leg is slightly above it Now, place the coin cell over the glue so that the -ve leg of LED is in contact with the cell Keep it to dry for sometime Make sure that the cap settles well when placed inverted Fold the +ve leg such that such that when the bottle is placed inverted, the LED turns ON Our Night Lamp is almost ready Now, fill the bottle completely with water and close the cap tightly When we now place the bottle inverted the LED turns ON and the water helps in scattering the light inside the bottle You can also add some glitter to get a sparkling effect in water So friends, this here concludes the tutorial make one yourself and have fun Don’t forget to subscribe and do come back soon for new updates Thanks for watching

*cheerful music, slowly diminishing* Is life quantifiable? Every breath, every beat of a heart… Do they count as tallies etched tirelessly
into the stone of our existence, until one day, that stone is returned to dust? Is there a number, an algorithm, underlying
the spark of life? And if given the chance to know the arcane
secrets of that algorithm, would you use that power for good? Or would you use it to calculate your pet’s
HP? Because that’s what I would do! *energetic music* HIT POINTS! What are they and how did they become the
standard unit of life in nearly every game? It all started with war games, tabletop games
that involve a lot of little miniature military forces fighting on a battlefield. Back in the 1920s, the Naval War College created
an early form of this in order to help evaluate battles before actually fighting them. They had a stat called “Life” which was
determined by how many 14-inch shell hits a vessel could take. So that’s what a hit point is, how many
14-inch shells it would take to kill you. Every living creature is one hit point. The end. But that isn’t our current understanding
of HP. That came when war games shrank in scope and
started to become more fantasy oriented. In older games, you would roll dice, and then
your troops would either survive or they would die. You had large swaths of nameless troops so
you could do this without feeling any remorse over their deaths. Haha. War. But when these games stopped playing with
hundreds of troops and instead focused on a few main characters, players realized they
didn’t want their characters to die! So the hit point was born. Your character could survive X number of bad
rolls before throwing them in the garbage. So really, the hit point wasn’t made to
quantify how easy something is to kill, it was born from compassion and wanting to see
your characters grow and thrive. And then also to figure out how easy they
were to kill. We’ve had some semblance of HP for nearly
a century, but we haven’t updated our real-world understanding of what one hit point looks
like. So I’ll be doing that, specifically so you
can quantify your pet’s HP. A little disclaimer up front: I am not giving you this algorithm so you can battle your pets. Animal abuse is wrong. And if you needed me to tell you that… I’m glad I told you that. I’m also not teaching you how to calculate
human HP, because that power is too great to wield, and it could easily be used for
evil by some of the most wicked forces on Earth… like health insurance companies. No, I am teaching you how to calculate your
pet’s HP as a fun bonding exercise between you and your animal, or in case you happen
to be at a house party where you don’t know anyone but the hosts have a dog and so instead
of just sitting in the corner pretending to text people, you can spend your time calculating
that dog’s HP, which is a way more normal thing to do in a social situation. Now it is time for the research. How are we going to effectively calculate
ANY pet’s HP? Luckily, there are plenty of games that cover
pretty much every type of pet that you could possibly have, but I’ll be using Pokemon
as the main pet HP analog because it is literally about having lots and lots of pets that you
can love and cherish and I’m ignoring all the other stuff. And that brings us to our first criteria:
Type. According to the National Pet Owners Survey,
here are the most common types of pets found in U.S. Households. I appreciate that they have included a category
called “Small Animals,” as if that means fucking anything. So we’re changing some things. The standards are still there: Dog, Cat, Fish
(and all aquatic creatures), Reptile, Bird, Equine, Small animal is becoming small mammal
for things like ferrets and rabbits. We’re also including bug, because I love bugs! And if you have bugs in your house and you
make the conscious decision to WANT those bugs in your house, they aren’t pests, they’re pets…s. Amphibian for the frog people. Farm animals covers any livestock that don’t
immediately fit into the other categories. Originally, I thought about classifying these
quadrupedal animals as different sorts of dog. Chunky dog, milky dog, horny dog. But farm animal encompasses them a little
bit better. I am still keeping those names, though. We also have a category I call “exotic,”
which encompasses all of the animals you see in instagram influencer pics that make you
say, This can go from monkeys to bats to hyenas,
which, according to this incredibly reliable website, I could technically own in New York
due to a loophole? *about to make a terrible decision* Also, Millennials and Gen Z often
live in tiny, “no pet” apartments and don’t get paid enough to support a decent
standard of living for themselves, let alone a pet, so they’ll often turn to plants in
order to feel the joy that comes from nurturing a living thing in our rapidly decaying ecosystem. *sigh* So I’m extending pet status to plants
so that way you too can do this HP calculation, because, god, we all need a distraction sometimes. By building a set of pet types, we are able
to assign HP RANGES to each of them by finding the lowest base HP and highest max HP of each
type. The absolute extremes of this scale are Shedinja,
with a base HP of 1, and Wailord, with a max HP of 544. Now, both of these would be pretty wild to
have as pets, considering one is the shell left behind after a cicada molts, and the other is a fucking whale. But that’s why they’re the extremes, and
that’s why we are not done with our equation yet. We might know the full HP range of a dog,
but what is the HP range of YOUR dog. I thought for a moment about having size be
the next criteria, because you might think that the larger the animal, the more HP it
would have. But that’s actually not true! In fact, the Pokemon with the highest base
HP is Blissey, this strange little egg woman. And Onix, an enormous rock snake, has one
of the lowest base HPs of all Pokemon. This confused me, so I had to go back to the
original popularizer of HP: Dungeons & Dragons. And it was there that I realized what truly
affects your HP value: Your value is not defined by the size or shape of your body, it’s about what you do with the body you’re given. *cheesy motivational music* It’s all about
class! As in, what standard gaming class does your
pet fall into? Every class has different HP ranges based
on what they are expected to do. Barbarians are out in the front lines, so
they tend to have a lot more HP than a rogue, who is slinking around in the back. I’ve decided that the classes that make
the most sense for pets are: Barbarian, Ranger, Paladin, Cleric, and Rogue. I haven’t included any classes like sorcerer,
because if you have a magical pet, what are you doing here? Go cast spells with your turtle. These class distinctions separate your pet’s
HP range into 10 equal portions. If your pet is a rogue, you get the first
six. If your pet is a barbarian, you’re anywhere
from five to 10. Your pet’s personality will determine what
class they fall into. Your pet is a rogue if they are rakish, mischievous,
and spry. Cats tend to come to mind for the rogue category,
simply because they’re always up in shit they should not be up in. Your pet is a cleric if they are kind, reserved,
and healing. A rabbit that hops onto your lap after a rough
day of work and makes you forget all your worries is 100% cleric. Your pet is a paladin if it is loyal, resourceful,
and, honestly, tries a little bit too hard. Does your zucchini plant produce too many
zucchinis? A.K.A. Any amount of zucchinis? It’s a paladin. Your pet is a ranger if they are self-sufficient,
aloof, and kind of do their own thing. Ask yourself, am I holding my pet rat back
from their true ambitions? The answer is always yes, and your rat is
a ranger. And finally your pet is a barbarian if they
are boorish, brazen, and courageous to a fault. Does your dog dig under the fence so
it can jump into your neighbor’s pool? Your dog is Marmaduke. It is also a Barbarian. Your pet can have a combination of many of
these traits, but it’s up to you to decide which traits are most dominant. Now that we have your pet’s type and class
designated, we need to get into the nitty gritty of their exact HP, which means finding
your pet’s level. In order to do this, you must observe your
pet in a scientific manner. So I reached out to field biologist. Hi, I’m Olivia. I’m a wildlife biologist. I contacted Olivia after she responded to
my totally normal twitter request with this dope-ass picture. I figured that if anyone knew how to calculate
the hit points of an animal, it would be someone holding a huge bird like it was a torch. Have you ever found the hit points
of any of the animals you’ve been researching? I’ve never been involved in any sort
of study where that was something that we looked at. So no. Okay. But there are probably plenty of studies about
hit points with animals. Probably. Though she didn’t have experience with my
specific question, I knew she would have some useful advice for observing animals in their
natural habitat. When you’re observing an animal, how
much interaction should you have with it? None. None. At all. None. You have to sit in like a blind or a tent
of some sort where you’re hidden or you look like part of the environment. You could wear a ghillie suit. Brian – Oh! Olivia – People have also done that. How long of a period are you observing
that animal for? It depends on how much time and resources
you have, obviously. There have been scientists that have been
observing the same hawk for, like, 20 years in a row. So if I’m trying to… perfectly know
my pet’s HP, I should be observing it for multiple years. Yes. Cool. How do you take notes when you’re observing
an animal. Right, so, I actually—can I send
you something? Yes, please. This is exactly what I was looking for. Olivia had sent me an animal behavior data
sheet, which I could use as a template for observing and recording a pet’s behavior. But some of these behaviors wouldn’t make
sense when observing your pet on a random day. We ended up developing a new sheet that had
standard behaviors and class specific behaviors that had different weights associated with
them. You observe your pet for X number of hours,
tally up all the behaviors they did over the course of those hours, and then divide the
weighted total by X to give you your pet’s level. The logic behind this is that a higher level
pet is more likely to do more intense and class specific behaviors. Then you plug that level into this algorithm,
and you get your pet’s HP. It may seem challenging, but science shouldn’t
be easy, it should be correct. This is probably the hardest scientific
work you’ve ever had to do. It really is. Yeah. With these tips in mind, I welcome you into
my home. In order to test these calculations, I need
a test subject. So I’m using my roommate’s cat, Zuko! He lives in my apartment but he doesn’t
pay rent and he eats my bagels if I leave them unattended. As I mentioned previously, finding your pet’s
HP can be a fun bonding exercise, and in this case, I’ve been dealing with this small
bastard’s antics for so long, I need to remind myself why he’s here by quantifying
his value. The first step is easy! He is a cat. That puts him in the cat category. Okay. Step two, we gotta give Zuko a class. As I mentioned previously, cats are often
rogues, but I don’t think that fits Zuko considering he’s the least stealthy creature I know. His meow sounds like he’s been smoking two
packs a day for the past forty years. *incredibly raspy meow* And every time he
does manage to sneak into his food cabinet, he lets me know immediately. Just wanted to check in on what’s going on
up here in the cat cabinet where we keep all of the food for the cat. *loud crash* He is loud, stubborn, and not
afraid to make terrible decisions in plain view of me. And that makes this guy a Barbarian. Okay! But now it is time to observe Zuko to find
his level. As per Olivia’s instructions, I must observe
him for several years without any interaction. After explaining why I needed it, my time
off request was denied. So instead, I ate some bodega sushi in order
to induce illness, and I took a sick day. Mmmm. This is the hard part, because it’s going
to require me to observe Zuko as he goes about his daily business without him noticing that
I am here at all. I assumed my position, and I waited for the
interesting behaviors to start. *cheeky music plays* Not only was this terribly
boring, but I was beginning to fear that Zuko was not as strong as I had hoped. DO SOMETHING! PLEASE! But then I realized there was a exploit in
my system. Though Olivia, a scientist, said that you
should keep your interferences to a minimum… I’m not a scientist, I’m a gamer. And I began what is known as power leveling. I had to get Zuko as many experience points
as I could before my roommate got home and asked me what I was doing. Over the course of the day, Zuko averaged
63 behavioral experience points per hour, although those behaviors were somewhat coerced
by me. I know that I broke my system by interacting
with Zuko, but if it makes my pet happier and it makes him less of a weak-ass scrub,
why wouldn’t I game the system! I had also noticed that Zuko and I had grown
closer, our support level had increased to at least a B. I no longer saw him as a freeloader
who sometimes throws up in my bed, I saw him as a companion… who sometimes throws up
in my bed. When I felt lonely in my empty apartment,
he was there for me. When my stomach ached from the bodega sushi,
he purred at just the right frequency to ease my pain. When I was worried he was going to be under
leveled, he soothed my anxieties with his heavenly voice. *beautiful meow* And all this time I had spent
trying to calculate his HP, I hadn’t realized he was replenishing mine. So here is Zuko, Barbarian class level 63. I love him with all my heart, and he loves
me just the same. Ow! Okay, okay… *lots of wonderful meows* Beautiful. Psst! Remember when I said I really wanted to play
the Cyberpunk RPG? We finally did it. Come watch me play as a totally uncool forum
moderator called Vang0Bang0. Guys don’t say other things, we should only
have one person in the… You’re making it sound like there are more
than one person in… There’s only one person in the bathroom! Vang0Bang0!

hey guys I just wanted to do a quick
review of Arkmc this is a program that I found that is really helpful because it
allows me to play media off of the NAS my network attached storage and I don’t
have to have a cable or any special device or anything hooked up to my TV so
behind me what you see is my Samsung 50-inch TV it’s about three years old
nothing special to it but what this system allows me to do is to use my WD
my cloud which is behind the camera and stream videos directly off that onto my
Samsung TV from anywhere in my house and I can do it without any cables so it’s
great if you’re looking to clear up some space on your computer or if you just
want to be able to play things from multiple rooms this is really helpful so
I’m just gonna walk you through and just show you how quick and easy it is so
first thing I’m gonna do here is actually open up Arkmc
itself and what you’ll see here is that when you first open it up you are going
to have the folder for where the media is and so this allows you to choose
media that’s local to your Mac or if you’re like me and you have the media on
a device like a na s then you’re able to do that and then select it so all I’m
gonna do is just open this up and then all of my video files show up and what
I’m gonna do here is just add this to the playlist really simple easy what’s
I see this as being really valuable in business as I was going through it I was
just thinking about all the different uses because it’s really helpful so I’m
just going to add it to playlist there and then when it’s on the playlist all I
have to do is just hit Send a player and so by hitting send a player now what
happens is that I can actually play it directly on my Mac or I can play it on
the TV here boom it just pops right up all you have
do is just click it again and it’ll just show right up really quick and simple to
use and again really helpful because you no longer have to have the device or the
media on your laptop now you can actually have it on an NAS and you can
playlist so great little program here and I highly recommend that you try it
out especially because of the free trial it’s a great value and I think that
you’re going to end up buying the activation code so check it out

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Hi guys. John, here, with RealTruck.com. Today
we’re going to show you how to install the Spyder four and a half inch LED fog lights
onto our Ram project truck. We’ve got our kit here for our Spyder fog lights. It comes
with everything you need to install these onto your truck, with your mounting brackets,
all your bolts, the nuts and washers, so we can just put these things right on the truck. Now, what we did to make this work on our
bumper is, these brackets that you see, they come just like this. Well, what we’ve done
is, we’ve gone ahead and put a little bend in them and attached them to the back of our
fog light. There’s screw places on here where these would attach, if you were going to side
mount these. Or if you’re mounting them like a standard fog light, then you’d use this
mount. But we’re going to mount them up a little bit different on our bumpers, so we
had to make a little bracket on the side there. And I’ll show you here in just a minute exactly
why, and where we’re putting that. So lets get started on it. As you guys can see in here, the bracket that
comes with the bumper, and the way that it’s designed, hence the reason for our redesign
of that straight bracket into a bent one like that so that it will fit in there. On this
particular bumper, if we tried to use the standard style mounting brackets, it’d put
our fog light way up here, and that just absolutely won’t work, so [inaudible 00:01:26]. OK. So
once we’ve got that on in place where we want it, we go ahead and get some wrenches and
tighten that up. We’ve got both fog lights in on both sides
now, so we’re ready to go ahead and wire these up. The easiest, simplest way to wire these
new fog lights into our bumper is, what we did is, we just took the factory harness,
which plugs in here, and then, as you can see on here, this is the factory bulb. We
cut the end off of the wiring harness for the factory bulb, and what we did is, we put
blade connectors on here so that we can attach them right up to our new fog lights. Basically,
it’s just a simple little blade connector, looks something like that. And just put those
on there on the wires, and we can just plug this stuff right in. Make sure, guys, when
you plug these in, you plugged them in black to black and white to white. Now with this wire loom, what I would suggest
is just finding a good place to run it over your new bumper, wherever it’s going to fit
comfortably. I’ve got that all plugged in, now we’ll go ahead and get this stuff all
taped up and a little piece of wire loom on it, and then we’ll just take some zip strips
and connect this up. Now that our wire loom is all secured up in place where we want it,
that will complete our installation of the four inch LED fog lights from Spyder. The only thing left to do now is let this
truck down and see how cool these things look. Until next time, happy motoring. Today’s episode is brought to you by Red Bull.
Don’t forget the flugtag. Second speaker: Say that again. I couldn’t
get focused. This is weird.

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– Yep, Google’s doing it. They’re making another Pixelbook. This is the Pixelbook Go, and it’s Google’s first attempt to make a Chromebook that
doesn’t cost, like, \$1,000. The Pixelbook Go starts at \$650, which is a little bit more
expensive than other Chromebooks, but it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. Maybe just, like, an arm. (relaxed electronic music) The Pixelbook Go is a little bit more of a traditional Chromebook
than Google has made before. It doesn’t have a big 3-by-2 screen. It doesn’t flip around
into a wacky little tablet. It’s just a laptop. It has a 16-by-9, 1080p
touchscreen by default. It has 8th Gen Intel processors and their Y-Series processors, so it’s not the latest stuff on the block. It’s also about half an inch thick, so this actually isn’t the
thinnest Chromebook on the block, but Google says that it lasts
about 12 hours on a battery in its battery test,
and their battery test is actually not that far from real life, so I’m really excited to test that. Now, even if it doesn’t
live up to that claim, Google says that it
supports fast charging. Now, you might think the
Pixelbook Go is plastic just looking at it or even
feeling it, but it’s not. It actually uses magnesium. Google says that magnesium has a better strength-to-body
ratio than aluminum does, and that meant that they
could use less material and make it lighter, so it
only weighs about 2.3 pounds. It feels like it’s plastic
because they painted over that magnesium, so I’m really hoping that it
won’t chip off or anything. It comes in two colors. Just Black and Not Pink. So, the Pixelbook Go, it
has a really simple design. I guess you could call
it elegant, I don’t know. It’s built on, around the idea
of having really soft curves, so you can see it on the
radiuses of the corners, and when the thing is closed, they actually did a really good job of making the whole thing look like a, I don’t know, like a big
rectangular (laughing) lozenge. When you open it up and look inside, it looks like a Pixelbook. The bezels are on the screen. They’re not too big. And the keyboard looks exactly like the last Pixelbook’s keyboard, and man, you know, I got to tell you. That keyboard, it’s really good. It’s a little bit quieter
than the last Pixelbook, which was already pretty quiet, and it feels great to type on. It’s like, it’s one of
my favorite keyboards of the past couple of years. I really like it. If you look around the
outside of the device, you’ll see that there’s two USB
C ports, one on either side, so you can charge on either side, and they got little
charging lights next to ’em. There is a headphone jack, hooray! But there is no micro-SD card
slot for expanding storage, and that’s kind of a bummer, actually, ’cause most of its competitors
have one right now, and I don’t know why they
couldn’t include it here. The other thing you won’t
find is a fingerprint sensor. If you want to log in to this thing, you got to type your
password, which kind of sucks, but Google really wants to emphasize that it works with Android phones, so you could unlock with
a fingerprint sensor on your Pixel or some other Android phone or the face on the Pixel 4, and that would also unlock the Chromebook, so I guess that’s cool. The last thing I’ll mention as long as I’m talking about security is it does have Google’s
Titan-C chip inside it. But I do have to bring up
right here, the Pixel Slate, and it was a disaster. So, you might be a little bit worried about the Pixelbook Go, but
I don’t think you need to be because this is just a
much less ambitious thing. They just made a laptop. The screen doesn’t even go 360. And so, you know, we’ll
see if it’s any good. The one thing I’ll say
is I’m really interested to review it and test it out
compared to other Chromebooks because there are a ton of
Chromebooks in, like, the 500-ish dollar range that this thing
seems competitive with, so you might be paying a little bit more to get that Google logo
on the back of the laptop. And actually, potentially you
could be paying a lot more if you want to get something that has a little bit nicer specs. (rustling paper) Okay, so,
it comes in four models. The base model is \$649,
and that has 8 gigs of RAM, only 64 gigs of storage, and
an 8th Gen Intel M3 processor, which is fast but not super-fast, so a lot of people are
gonna want to step up to the next one, which is \$849. That’s \$200 bucks more. That gets you the same 8 gigs
of RAM, 128 gigs of storage, and an I5 processor. There’s a \$999 tier for 16
gigs of RAM, 128 storage, and an I5 processor. I don’t know why that one even exists, to be honest with you. And then the top tier, if you
want to spend all the money, is \$1400 bucks, and that’s 16 gigs of RAM, 250 gigs of storage, a 4K
screen, and an I7 processor. Oh, you know, one more thing