Category Archives: How Do They

How to Make a DIY Nuclear Reactor and Neutron Gun!


*Note – This is for informational purposes only, we are not responsible if you turn your house into a nuclear waste filled with radioactive materials.

For those of you who might be interested in learning how a nuclear reactor, you might want to take a look at this video that explains how to make a DIY nuclear reactor from household radioactive materials.

According to the author, element thorium can be found in old latern mantels. Simply get as many latern mantels, blow torch them into power, mix the powder with lithium from lithium battery, wrap it up in

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How do Fiber Optic Cables Work?


For years, I knew fiber optic cables works by transmitting light (instead of electricity), which travels at speed of light and probably the future of all cables. Well, for those of you who don’t understand the ins and outs of fiber optics, here’s a great demo by the Engineer guy who shows you how light can travel in liquid, similar to how fiber optics work.

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How to Fix Burned Skin with the Skin Gun!

Here’s an interesting new method (that actually works) to fix burned skin with skin gun that sprays your skin and new skin is formed in matter of hours, not weeks. I think this could well be the future of burned victims. And no more skin grafting! I wonder if they could do this for people’s hair.

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How to Make Honey! [How Do They]


Our Russian friends over at EnglishRussia have detailed step-by-step photos on how to make honey with real bees.

For those of you who have never seen how they (bees) make honey, head over here.

Btw, honey can be much better substitute than sugar for your morning-addictions like coffee.

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How Do Crabs Molt? [How Do They]


Ever wondered how crabs molt? Did you also know that while crabs molt, they are most vulnerable while their shells are still soft? Thus very easy for other predators to attack crabs during molting?

Crabs molting, it is indeed amazing!

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P.S. Are crabs fish? Or are they mammals? Or maybe they are just crabs???

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WordPress DIY – How to Increase Your Blog’s RSS/E-Mail Subscribers!


For those of you bloggers out there who have been following my blog for awhile, you might have noticed that has been gaining more RSS/E-mail subscribers rapidly over the last 6 months ago.

Well, that didn’t happen because I was lazily sitting on my butt rather, I have been trying new things.

In this post, let me show you all my “secrets” and you can too, multiply your RSS/E-mail subscription growth for your blog.

1. Aweber E-mail Newsletter

First, I used to use Feedburner’s E-mail newsletter system for about 2 years.  In that time, I

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DSLR Hack – How to Take Photos of Tigers without Getting Killed!

You ever wonder how those professional photographers take close-up photos of tigers and lions without them getting eaten?  I don’t know but here’s a solution that might change everything about wildlife photography, a DSLR camera strapped onto a remote-controlled robot-like car.

Will and Matt Burrard-Lucas built BeetleCam to get a new perspective on African animals. BeetleBot is controlled remotely from a Range Rover about 50 yards away, and has gotten int

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What Happens when a CPU Heatsink is Removed!


Do you know what happens when a CPU heatsink is removed?  Basically, your CPU that’s been designed to work with a heatsink (so it can achieve higher clock rates than without), will probably overheat and if you do it too much, it can potentially brick your CPU.

How to Under-Clock Your CPU to run without a Heatsink!

Of course, there’s ways around it, by using a software to “under-clock” your CPU.  I have used this method on my older laptops where CPU overheating is a problem.

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How Do Alkaline Batteries work? [Education]


Think of a battery as a small power plant that converts chemical energy through a reaction into electrical energy. First of all there is the container (1). This is a steel cylinder housing the cell’s ingredients.

Then you insert the positive element of the chemical reaction, which is a mix of finely ground Manganese dioxide mixed with conductors (like Carbon) which carry a naturally occurring electrical charge. This is called the cathode, and it is molded inside the empty wall of the container (2).

A separator paper is inserted to keep the cathode from touching the

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[How Do They] Make Seedless Watermelons?

If you are like me, you probably have a dozens or even hundreds of questions you ask yourself daily on “how do they” making things such as seedless watermelons.

Yes, I just found out seedless watermelons are not natural but done through DNA control:

Producing a seedless watermelon involves three steps. First, a plant is treated with colchicine, a substance that allows chromosomes to duplicate, but prevents the copies from being distributed properly to dividing cells. As a result, a plant with four sets of chromosomes is created, a “tetraploid.”


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