bkoctBest Variety Info

Neuralink Update (2020) – Highlights in 7 minutes Newsthink
Elon Musk discussed how the brain chip can make us superhuman.


++

Elon Musk: The City of the Future
Topics covered include: • How the future of self driving cars and transportation (Tesla Semi) will affect our daily lives and jobs (Universal Income) • How all of humanity can go renewable with 100 Tesla Gigafactories • If SpaceX can make space rockets as reusable as airplanes, we can fly people from 1 side of the world to the other in under an hour (Starship) • Or how a better form of transportation would be the Hyperloop • How Elon Musk’s brother, Kimball Musk, is developing vertical farming in cities using shipping containers, and the tech could be used in colonizing Mars • There being a global internet provided by a constellation of satellites (SpaceX Starlink) • And how in the future, you won’t be able to tell the difference between video games and reality (and asking if we are in a simulation) • And that we need to keep up with artificial intelligence by connecting our brains to a computer (Neuralink). https://www.patreon.com/venturecity

Amazon’s City of The Future Venture City
What if Amazon moved its shipping centers downtown? Where drones fly into the buildings to pick up deliveries. This drone beehive is one of the ideas and patents that could be part of Amazon’s city of the future. From Amazon Go, the shop with no lines, and instant shipping and delivery, to hotels being serviced by Alexa, Amazon Echo, and Amazon Air. This mini documentary takes a look at how Amazon and Jeff Bezos are designing, and investing, into technology and new services that will bring a futuristic city to life.

Why the Future of Farming is in Cities – The Big Money in Vertical Farming Venture City
You’ll be seeing more and more high tech farms popping up in cities. As the population grows, and we run out of farming land, along with climate change, the future of farming is to bring them into our cities. Creating high tech vertical farms that use aeroponics or hydroponics. From an underground farm in London, to a Japanese office building with a rice paddy field. Across the world people and companies are investing in creating new ways and technology to provide a more sustainable future. Big name investors include Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Leonardo DiCaprio, and even the former McDonalds CEO Don Thompson. All pushing the technology of farming and agriculture forward. Companies highlighted in this video include: AeroFarms, Growing Underground, Square Roots (who have Kimbal Musk, brother of Elon Musk, as a co-founder), the Open Agriculture Initiative, Persona Group, Farm One, Bowery, Plenty, Impossible Foods, and Beyond Meat.

How Much Can Vertical Farming Improve? Exa Cognition
In the last video we saw the different types and the potential of vertical farming, but we also saw how it is mostly limited to leafy greens. How can we improve vertical farming to grow more types of food, and how big can the impact be? We saw how the most promising type of vertical farm is the plant factory, and how it is more advanced than a hydroponic greenhouse. Not only does its use hydroponics but it also utilizes artificial grow lights and multiple growing levels. It has a much greater level of control over it’s environment, allowing it to boost yield. While Plant Factories might be the most viable version of vertical farming, is it going to be enough to impact the global issues? Agriculture is both a contributor and solution to major global issues, from climate change to world hunger. Can the plant factory help to solve these problems? What technology improvements are needed to make vertical farms profitable and sustainable? From the LED grow light, to solar energy, future tech will play a key role in reducing the cost and carbon footprint of this technology. But it’s not just renewable wind energy that will improve the energy efficiency. There are many improvements that can be made and we look at them in this video. As technology improves, vertical farms can broaden the variety of crops grown profitably. The difference between growing lettuce and growing rice is significant. What will it take to close the gap? Find out next video.

Gaming Inc: The business of E-Sports Venture City
This video documentary goes over the rise of esports, and the big money behind it. From investing directly into Esport teams, game publishers and stocks, to real estate projects (Esport hotel chains, bars, and more). Drake, Michael Jordan, and Shaq are just a few of the people who have invested into esports. You also have sporting leagues such as Formula 1 and the Premier League investing into esport players and building their own esport leagues. Esport tournaments can bring in more viewers than the NBA finals. This is why big broadcasting deals are being made, and more people and companies (such as the New York Yankees) are investing into Esports.

Space Inc: The new space businesses and tech Venture City
A lot of people have been inspired by Elon Musk and SpaceX. People have said that after seeing the Falcon 9 rocket landings, they were inspired to enter the space industry. This video goes over the number of space businesses, new tech, and new industries being launched into space. You have the Starlink and Dear Moon ventures from SpaceX. There are human organ printing space factories, and space architectural firms. The space shuttle launch company by Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon. And even a Youtuber who is building working model replicas of SpaceX rockets (they launch, and are almost able to land). Here are the futuristic and sci-fi companies, projects, and space business ideas highlighted in this video: Spaceport of America in New Mexico, Dear Moon by SpaceX, Mars missions by SpaceX, architectural firm AI Space Factory, Rocket Lab, Relativity Space who are printing their own space rockets, Techshot who are looking to 3D print human organs, Made in Space and Zblan, NASA and the ISS, Axiom Space Station, Starlink satellite internet by SpaceX, Bill Nye the Science guy and The Planetary Society (Lightsail), and BPS Space.

The Future Tech for Fighting Plastic Pollution Venture City
Robert Downey Junior (aka Iron Man) is launching the Footprint Coalition, to fight the wide spread problem of plastic pollution. In this mini documentary, we take a look at the Iron Man like technology and innovation being used today to fight plastic pollution and global warming. Solutions for plastic waste and pollution include x-ray vision recycling, using blockchain technology to turn plastic into a currency, drones being used to monitor beaches, nanotechnology, using the power of the ocean and waves, and DIY backyard recycling. Businesses and organizations profiled in this video include: The Footprint Coalition, Plastic Bank, Ellipsis Environmental (formerly Plastic Tide), The Ocean Cleanup, and Precious Plastics.

Robots Cooking: The Restaurant of the Future Venture City
More investments and new food technology are being developed, that will have robots taking over commercial kitchens, and food businesses. This video takes a look at the different ways robots and artificial intelligence are being used to cook for us, today and in the future. There is also the new business idea of ghost kitchens, kitchens that are set up just to make online food deliveries. Companies highlighted in this future of food documentary video: Spyce Restaurant, Creator Restaurant, Miso Robotics and CaliBurger with the Flippy cooking assistant, Amazon and their Alexa enabled kitchen devices, the Sally salad vending machine by Chowbotics, Zume Pizza and their pizza making robot, ghost kitchens along with the online food delivery business industry and Uber Eats and Deliveroo.

++++

How is Money Created? – Everything You Need to Know ColdFusion
With trillions of dollars being printed around the world, it’s time we take a look into how money is created.
Does Money Get In The Way Of Science? | The Frauds Of Science Spark
This revealing program explores the degree to which money and expediency has corrupted science and the ways in which the scientific method can expose those who commit it.

What Was the Biggest Company in History? – $7.9 Trillion! ColdFusion
In this video we word’s richest company in history, the VOC or Duch East India Company.
10 Companies That Are More Powerful Than You Realised Alltime10s
Did you know that the vast majority of the products you buy are all owned by a small number of all-powerful super companies?
The Rise of Disney – How Disney Actually Makes Money The Market is Open
Disney’s movie business is surprisingly not its most profitable division. Many people think Disney toys, action figures and merchandise may be most profitable, but this is not the case. Bob Iger is Disney’s transformative CEO who has turned the company into a money machine with acquisitions including Pixar, Marvel Studios, Star Wars (Lucasfilm), and now 21st Century Fox. With new assets under the Disney umbrella, Disney is looking at the world through a digital lens. With products such as Hulu, Disney Plus, and ESPN+ hitting the market, Disney will be a force to be reckoned with against competitors in the media streaming space.

The Story Of Information With Professor Jim Al-Khalili | Order and Disorder  Spark
We think humans have created huge amounts of information. But in fact, it’s a tiny amount compared to the information needed to describe the universe. Using beautiful slow-motion footage of a water droplet, presenter Jim Al-Khalili gives us a sense of just how much of what goes on in the physical world is hidden from us.

What Substitutes Can We Use Instead Of Fossil Fuels? | Avoiding Apocalypse Spark
More than ever, humanity is dependent on fossil fuels, with world consumption of petroleum, natural gas, and coal rising a little every year. Inevitably, reserves are going to give out, and humanity isn’t ready. But scientists are already working to find substitutes.

How Important Is Smell When It Comes To Tasting Food? | ExperiMental Spark
Welcome to experimental a science show that adds chips to fish, poisons the general public, then takes on the white van man and wins.
Time Limits – The Secrets of Nature The Secrets of Nature We perceive time in terms of seconds — the length of a heartbeat. We can’t even imagine events that unfold over several days and years or be aware of elementary particles that flash into existence for less than a billionth of a second without high-tech camera equipment and exceptional filming techniques.
Limits of Perception – The Secrets of Nature
This is a journey form the smallest manmade hole – by removing just one single atom – to the edge of the universe. Man has finally succeeded in making the ancient dream of Greek philosophers come true – to «see» an atom. In another direction we also seem to have unlimited sight: the «Hubble Telescope» grants us a glimpse of the remotest galaxies. This documentary assesses the limits of human perception, taking us on a journey through time from the quasars, millions of light-years away from earth, via the wonders of our populated world to the depths of human genotype and the structure of a single atom. «Limits of Perception» promises a filmic journey of exploration from micro- into macrocosm
Limits of Light – The Secrets of Nature Humans are visual creatures — sight is our main sense. Yet our eyes often deceive us in peculiar ways. There is far more to light than meets the eye. This fascinating documentary explores the human’s visible spectrum of light and ventures even further into territories we cannot sense by ourselves without technical equipment: from coloured light to gamma rays, that could destroy all life on Earth, as well as radio waves, without which our modern society would be impossible. The film also follows the great pioneers, from Newton and Einstein, to Herschel and Roentgen, whose genius uncovered the marvels of the electro-magnetic spectrum and took us far beyond the limits of light.

How Long Until We Run Out Of Food? | Avoiding Apocalypse Spark
The world’s population has surpassed 7 billion today and will reach 9 billion individuals by 2050. But can the planet supply food for an unlimited number of people?

How To Keep Millions Of People Fed | How Cities Work Spark
This episode highlights the work of those responsible for keeping the world’s cities alive with activity continues, this time looking at how food is replenished. Over half of the world’s population live in cities, a figure that’s set to rise by two thirds by 2050. Each city’s infrastructure is under pressure to provide for an ever-increasing population. This series looks at the ingenious engineering that enables cities across the globe to function.

ames May Unveils His Garden At The Chelsea Flower Show | James May’s Toy Stories Spark
It’s time to unveil the completed Garden at the RHS show and while visiting celebrities like Stephen Fry and Joanna Lumley are clearly impressed with James’s creation, the RHS judges take a dimmer view, forcing James to defy tradition and take matters into his own hands. James May continues his quest to show just what is possible with old-fashioned toys by using them on a scale never seen before.

MEGACITIES of the World (Season 1 ) The Daily Conversation
Seven of the most amazing megacities around the world. Megacities in this video include Tokyo, Japan; São Paulo, Brazil; Cairo, Egypt; Mexico City, Mexico; New York, USA; Dhaka, Bangladesh; and Paris, France.
The World’s Future MEGAPROJECTS: 2019-2040’s (Season 2 ) The Daily Conversation
A documentary on eight of the most ambitious mega-projects currently under development around the world, featuring: Istanbul’s building boom (Turkey); the Mission to put a human on Mars; the effort to develop Lagos (Nigeria); Africa’s unprecedented clean energy opportunity; the project to probe the nearest Earth-like exoplanet; Atlanta’s stadium of the future (Georgia, United States); India’s effort to modernize its highways; and China’s unprecedented One Belt One Road, “New Silk Road” initiative.

The Truth About Gravity With Professor Jim Al-Khalili | Gravity And Me Spark
Physics professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates the amazing science of gravity. A fundamental force of nature, gravity shapes our entire universe, sculpting galaxies and warping space and time. But gravity’s strange powers, discovered by Albert Einstein, also affect our daily lives in the most unexpected ways. As Jim tells the story of gravity, it challenges his own understanding of the nature of reality. The science of gravity includes the greatest advances in physics, and Jim recreates groundbreaking experiments in gravity including when the Italian genius Galileo first worked out how to measure it. Gravity science is still full of surprises and Jim investigates the latest breakthrough – ‘gravity waves’ – ripples in the vast emptiness of space. He also finds out from astronauts what it’s like to live without gravity. But gravity also directly affects all of us very personally – making a difference to our weight, height, posture and even the rate at which we age. With the help of volunteers and scientists, Jim sets out to find where in Britain gravity is weakest and so where we weigh the least. He also helps design a smartphone app that volunteers use to demonstrate how gravity affects time and makes us age at slightly different rates. And finally, Jim discovers that despite incredible progress, gravity has many secrets.

++++++++++++

Rare look inside Bank of England’s gold vaults –BBC News
The Bank of England’s gold vaults hold £194bn worth of gold bars. If you stacked them all on top of each other, they would be the same height as 46 Eiffel Towers.

+

We’re INSIDE a Gold Bullion Vault. You can support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/periodicvideos The Bank of England protects about £197 billion ($315bn) worth of gold, according to the mostly recently published figures. Film by Brady Haran. Featuring Professor Martyn Poliakoff.
Top 10 Countries With The LARGEST Gold Reserves! Origins Explained Check out these 10 countries with the largest gold reserves in the world! This top 10 list features some of the richest and wealthiest countries on earth that have tons of gold bars stacked up somewhere!
Polishing a Pink Mega Diamond – Periodic Table of Videos Periodic Videos
We look at how diamonds are cut and polished – following on from our previous video about uncut diamonds
The Search For Rare Earths | Treasure Hunters Spark
For thousands of years, they lay dormant in the soil until suddenly, they became the driving force behind a technical revolution: rare earths. Researchers drill for new deposits and find more environmentally friendly ways of processing the materials. A fascinating glimpse at cutting-edge research that could make our green technologies of the future even greener.

25 STRONGEST Materials Known to Man Alpha Paw
Diamonds are the strongest materials known to man, right? You might be surprised to find out they are not. In fact, you may be surprised to discover some of the items considered as some of the toughest items man has ever known. Check out these 25 strongest materials known to man. We are always looking for the strongest materials. It allows us to create things that can withstand more abuse. Things like taller buildings, stronger cars, and protection for law enforcement. But contrary to what you might think, these stronger items are not bigger or heavier. Often, they are smaller and lighter. Care to find out which are the strongest materials known to man? Then check out our list (and our photo credits and sources) and let us know in the comments below how you think these materials could be used:
Top 10 Fascinating Attempts at Creating PERPETUAL MOTION Machine TopTenz
15 Extreme Industrial Machines Ever Made! The Supreme
Its amazing how far technology has come, from advancements in production, to machines becoming more efficient and cost effective. Whenever we have a project , but don’t have the right machine for the job, we just build one! Whether its an enormous mass that can crush through rock, or a 45,000 ton saw, powerful enough to cut through mountains, here are the 15 Extreme Industrial machines Ever Made
15 HUGE Celebrity Motorhomes Top Fives Got a few spare million lying around? You may want to buy a massive motorhome so you can travel the world in luxury. Today we’re showcasing 15 of the largest celeb motorhomes!
Top 10 Best Vans To Live In FULL TIME If you’re joining the van life or want a new camper van for long term travel then these are the 10 best vans to live in full time! More info here: https://vanclan.co/best-van-to-live-in/
Top 10 Best Campervans For Families Van Clan We take a look at some of the best campervans for families, ranging from those that can git up to 7 people all the way down to adventure vans for 3! How To Build A Camper E-Book:
25′ Small Class C RV Walk-Through | Leisure Travel Vans Wonder RTB We’re the Russos
Walk-through of Leisure Travel Vans Wonder Rear Twin Bed on Ford Transit with diesel engine. This small Class C RV is under 25 feet
15 INGENIOUS Agriculture Machines and Technologie Top Fives Farmers come up with ingenious ways to manage difficult agricultural problems. Here are 15 ingenious farming technologies. Have an idea you’d like us to cover? Let us know your top 15 ideas in the comments below!
Top 15 Fastest High Speed Trains 2020 Top Fives
Today we’re taking a look at the fastest high speed trains in the word – updated 2020. These next-generation trains are capable of incredible speeds.
10 Most Expensive Private Jets In The World Mr. Luxury
The Safest and Most Reliable Plane | The Immortal Beaver Spark
The Immortal Beaver follows the resurrection of de Havilland Beaver, “Olivia”, who has been resting quietly for years in the Arizona desert, adjacent to the infamous ‘airplane bone yard’ outside Tucson. With exclusive interviews with Harrison Ford- a proud Beaver pilot and owner- the film follows the compelling story of Olivia’s rescue and restoration- celebrating the history of a remarkable aircraft.

Top 10 Most Expensive Yachts in the World Listopedia
Why Mānuka Honey Is So Expensive | So Expensive Business Insider
Mānuka honey known for being is earthier, richer, and more viscous than many other honeys. It comes from the nectar of the flower of Leptospermum scoparium — also known as Manuka, which is only native to New Zealand. Mānuka, in fact, is a Maori word. “The plant itself is very rare. It’s difficult to harvest because the flower is only open for 12 days, and sometimes we have to use helicopters to collect this honey.” John Rawcliffe from the Mānuka Factor Honey Association told Business Insider. Although mānuka bushes can also be found in Australia, New Zealand accounts for almost all the world’s production, with exports worth 300 million NZ dollars ($204m) and expected to rise to 1.2 billion NZ ($800m) by 2028. 

What Can We Learn From Bees? | Ever Wondered Spark
What we can learn from the humble honey bee? Well it appears a lot more than you’d expect, bees may help us get closer to understanding genetic links to obesity and diabetes and even unlock some of the mysteries of the human mind. So what role do we play in ensuring that our friends the bees will continue to be around to help pollinate the planet and propel us into new areas of scientific discovery?

Facts About Bees 🐝 – Secret Nature | Bee Documentary | Natural History Channel Reel Truth Earth – Wildlife & Discovery
For over 140 million years, bees have developed hand in hand with flowering plants. Every third mouthful of human food is dependant on bees and now they are the most relied upon group on insects in the world. To learn even more about these little flower tracking machines, watch this amazing Secret Nature documentary!
Harvesting 109 POUNDS of RAW HONEY! Fall Line Ridge
Honey harvesting time is the most satisfying part of keeping bees.

2019 Spring REWIND – Brood Nest Management a Canadian Beekeeper’s Blog
a Canadian Beekeeper’s Blog I put together an edited compilation of my management for the 2019 Spring season. This season was very challenging which involved employing all my spring time management strategies. My efforts must of worked because the year ended as one of my highest production years on record. You can follow up with this video by watching “HONEY FLOW 2019 REWIND – a Canadian Beekeeper’s Blog”:

++++

Tips to a big honey crop a Canadian Beekeeper’s Blog
A glimpse of my summer honey flow operating strategies from hive split straight to stripping boxes in the fall. I manage my hives in single brood boxes,and because of that I employ many strategies to manage swarming and to maximize my honey crop. I don’t focus at all on the split, even though it is a major part of this strategy, I will leave the brood nest management for its own video. During the 2018 crop year, my honey crop came in hard off the start and then ended extremely early. I typically get flows that run well into August but this year my flows ended in last week of July. Too hot and too dry. With these type of unpredictable weather conditions it is very important to capitalize on that nectar flow the moment it starts to flow. This is the reason why I put so much attention towards colony population brood nest management. Last year within roughly 4-5 weeks, we gathered 197,000 lbs off 1200 production hives. Very little came in on the nucs because they matured later in summer. But we did fill some boxes in some yards 🙂 We never know whats ahead of us so that is why I manage to grab it when its there! without capitalizing during the opportune times, we risk missing our main stream of income.