Accidental Inventions ( 2003)
AVI | 512x384 352kbps | Mono 44100 Hz 128 kbps | 01h:25m | Language: English | 740Mb
Accidental Inventions examines the stories behind 10 extraordinary inventions, using historical photographs, 3D graphics, and interviews with professors and professionals from the FBI to the U.S. Air Force. See how a cocklebur became Velcro, or how a mysterious laboratory accident created Teflon. Did you know Cellophane was a failed tablecloth? Or that stainless steel was literally discovered in a scientist's junk pile?
Accidental Inventions will delight and entertain as it explores these and other inventions, teaching us that sometimes the most important things are curiosity and an open mind.
Covers: Microwave Ovens, Matches, Post-It Notes, Velcro, Teflon, Cellophane, Ether Anesthesia, Superglue Fingerprint Fuming, Dynamite, and Stainless Steel.
Such Videos are Rare, hence this is a must watch for everyone who is curious to know how things were invented, more intrerestingly by accidents.