Disassembly 3D – How Stuff Works

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Disassembly 3D is a game about taking things apart to see how they work. Naturally, this is the perfect opportunity for Jon to investigate some important questions, like why is a toaster hot, and how does a car really work…

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44 thoughts on “Disassembly 3D – How Stuff Works

  1. actually the 3 d mode activates the pulfric effect which is when to see in 3d you put sunglasses over 1 eye

  2. some communist country failed to reverse-engineer something because of Jon "Solenski. You have three weeks to turn this toaster into a helicopter"

  3. Hertz means cycles per second and it's AC current which stands for Alternating current – it's called that because the polarity of the electricity switched back and forth between positive and negative 50 times per second, hence 50 Hz.

  4. Jon just go and have a secondary school physics lesson please your lack of understanding of energy transfer angers me.

  5. does he really think that THE GRAPHICS CARD is THE MOTHERBOARD and THE THING THAT IS THE MOTHERBOARD IS THE CPU DOES HE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT COMPUTERS!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

  6. That's just… no, just no. Your heater pumps cold water into the hot heater and then it… it pretty much goes super sain

  7. Jon, I really really hope you're hamming this up deliberately as you strike me as a fairly smart guy and if your understanding of 'metal + electricity = heat' is as deomnstrated in this video I really despair…

  8. if you like taking things apart and looking for frustratingly tiny and hidden screws you should try 'world of guns: disassembly'
    primarily focused on take guns apart and putting them back together but there's also a few silly things in there like anti aircraft guns and a small tank

  9. So if you ever need to destroy a helicopter hit it with a piece of glass and it will dissolve

  10. TO move the stuff like cars,planes and HELICOPTERS there is a freaking joy stick on the top left you DUD

  11. Resistance and resistors take electricity and transform it into heat. ( think of speed bumps on a road )

  12. "Or maybe it's just there to stop you from putting your finger in it?"

    Also FYI Jon, a typical stove element has around 3500-5000 watts :)

  13. As a maritime history buff, the Titanic section hurt me, oh god was it painful. Hilarious. But painful

  14. If you aren't joking about how heat works, it's because of resistance, which is a property of metal. Basically, it works because the electricity bits hit the metal bits a lot and the friction makes heat and the glow

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