About: Andrew Szydlo's Chemistry of Coal
. a true testament to brilliant design.
Dr. Szydlo is always so kind to his assistants...
Oscar got a week's worth of leg day
Thumbs up for Polish academics.
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Now Oscar has legs that Lance armstrong would envy. Lol. Seriously this has yet been another wonderful lecture. I’ve learned so much about coal. Which is amazing as many of my relatives have been and still are in fact coal miners in Kentucky and West Virginia. I love how he blends in history with his lessons as well.
Keep pumping oscar
Shortly thereafter, Oscar decided to become a triathlete!
I admire the professor’s humility. He begs for no applause, for himself, but encourages the audience to applause for his assistants and volunteers. He also addresses his assistants, by name, and graciously treats them as academic equals. A true gentleman, in every sense.
In my opinion, the greatest stars, aren’t the ones who shine the brightest, but are those, who shine their light on others. He’s certainly one of the latter.
he burns down the studio and explains the chemical composition of everything
Freaking awesome experimentation and presentation. Especially when its noted he learned more during his tinkering. Love this channel!
CodysLab brought me here by sparking my interest in coal with all his recent videos on the subject lol
Apparently, things go better with coke. Nonetheless, coke as far as I know is critical in the manufacturing of steel.
Go on Oscar my son, get stuck in lad.!
666K subscribers, clearly you have made a deal with the one who should not be named ;-)
laws prohibiting burning of coal. Meanwhile in Germany, lets shut down all our "dangerous" Nuclear Power plants and burn all the coal instead !
For those many people that so against the coal burning it would be for them to get enlightened by this video.
Just the same as oil, both had and still will be our future in chemistry, till we can have the Thorium reactor in place, hope soon.
This was made by royal institution, I wish they wouldn’t be afraid to really jump into the complex science.
One thing I love about coal is the smell. When we were kids and another shovel of coal was put on the fire, it smoked like hell for a few minutes, we kids would put our faces in it and rub in our hair. We loved it.