GunterAgency reveals to his viewers how to make a six-side snowflake. In nature, snowflakes aren't four sided, so why continue to make them in that fashion? Through a series of simple folds, the viewer can attain a shape that will allow them to begin making a six-sided snowfla ...more
We've all made them. I remember making hundreds of paper snowflakes when I was in elementary school. You take a piece of paper and fold it in half, then fold it in half again. You now have a piece that is one fourth the size of the original. Now you fold it in half diagonally. ...more
Passwords are everywhere. We use them to unlock phones, computers, websites, encrypted disks, encrypted files... the list just goes on and on. Savvy users will already have a password manager of some sort that can generate a very strong password on a per site basis. However, t ...more
Most paper snowflakes are not representative of the proper 6-sided shape of snowflakes. This tutorial will show you a method which will allow you to make a beautiful and symmetrical realistic six sided paper snowflake. You will need to start with a square piece of paper, which ...more
This is a challenging though fun project to try once you've mastered folding your lucky stars (aka puffy stars). Though this origami project does include puffy stars, the stars are folded onto a six-sided star base. This tessellation origami is recommended for advanced origam ...more
Are you interested in doing a crochet project? Watch this video tutorial to learn how to crochet a butterfly using the six-sided motif. You will need some yarn, a crochet needle, pipe cleaner, a sewing needle and a pair of scissors.
Did you forget to get a Christmas gift for that niece or nephew who you see once a year? If you're lucky, the Walmart near you may have a Merge Cube in stock. When paired with the 57° North game for the Merge Cube, the mysterious-looking cube offers the possibility of extende ...more
Improve you crocheting skills by creating granny motifs. This how to video is a crocheting tutorial that will show you how to create a six sided granny motif. Crochet several of them, bind them together and create larger handmade projects.
News : Supercomputer Visualization Shows 1.2 Microseconds in the Life of a 4-Million-Atom HIV Capsid
While some researchers look for drugs to treat HIV, other scientists delve deep into the virus itself for answers on how it causes infections. Using two supercomputers, University of Illinois research scientist Juan R. Perilla and late physics professor Klaus Schulten simulat ...more
A great way to save money and be more independent is to do your own repairs. Having a well-rounded tool kit is the best way to be prepared for those unexpected problems. A good base kit will last for many years and is a sound investment. Get a fix on that leaky faucet and the ...more
You're confused? You don't know what a Rubik's Clock is? Well, like most lazy gamers, you thought the buck stopped at the Rubik's Cube, but you were wrong. The Rubiks Clock is a two-sided puzzle -- two sided? How could two sides compare to the six-sided puzzle of notorious fa ...more
The game has undergone many transitions over the years, since its days as LEXIKO (1931) to its briefness as CRISS CROSS WORDS to its current and amalgamated, renowned brand of SCRABBLE. There has been many editions of the word board game along that historic metamorphosis, and ...more
This video tutorial is for beginner puzzlers who are getting more advanced in their speedsolving of the Rubik's Cube. When solving the Rubiks Cube, there are these mathematical equations called algorithms, which I'm sure you already know. But wait... what do algorithms have to ...more
Yes, in this world today, there is this thing called a Rubik's Cube, and in this world with a Rubik's Cube is something else called a Rubik's Clock. The first video here will show you how to easily solve this so-called Rubiks Clock through detailed instructions. You drop from ...more
Watch this video to learn the important polygon names and how to classify different types of polygons. Polygons are closed plane figures formed by segments. They can be classified based on the number of sides (or angles) they have. A polygon with two sides doe not exist. A t ...more