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Hi, I'm Tom Scott. These are some of the things I've made and done. They'll probably come back to haunt me in a few years' time.
The diving gondola: a strange elevator to the ocean floor
I tried to film a volcano and it was a complete disaster
An unedited, rain-soaked ride on claughton's aerial ropeway
The uk's last aerial ropeway uses no power, moves 300 tonnes a day, and will be gone by 2036.
I'm launching new things! i'm nervous about it! and i might need your help.
How many robots does it take to run a grocery store?
The shocking new use for red telephone boxes
History forgot these old fireworks. we recreated them.
Landing at the only airport that's also a public beach
The world's last turntable ferry has a really clever design
The accidental rush for anthrax island
The long-forgotten history of the british moon spacesuit
I promise this story about microwaves is interesting.
The beach where lego keeps washing up
Taking the emergency exit from a wind turbine
England's oldest attraction turns teddy bears to stone
I asked an ai for video ideas for other youtubers. it went badly.
What color is my hoodie?
It's like a spaceship for sharks.
The difference between high explosives and low explosives
Why shakespeare could never have been french
Why no-one will save covehithe, the village that will soon crumble into the sea
Why real explosions don't look like movie explosions
Why progress bars don't move smoothly ▓▓▓░░░░░░
I asked an ai for video ideas, and they were actually good
Youtubers have to declare ads. why doesn't anyone else?
Why 18th-century firefighters let some buildings burn
Hill hill hill hill, debunked, debunked
The radioactive beach in new york
Trying to create an ai tom scott (on a $100 budget)
Australia's bushfire-hunting satellites
Trying to fail a drug test on purpose
How weird is my audience? i polled 15,408 people to find out
The greatest title sequence i've ever seen
The never-used road where the bbc crash cars
How many languages are there?
Walking the most dangerous path in britain
Why the web is such a mess
I almost learned to fly a jetpack
Five things you can't do on british television
The pumps that must run forever, or part of germany floods
My unlicensed hovercraft bar is technically legal
It’s pronounced gif.
The theme park inside an old nuclear power plant
We built a lie-detector skeleton from 1927
How binary search makes computers much, much faster
The tiny monorails that once carried james bond
Would you swim in power plant wastewater?
1,204,986 votes decided: what is the best thing?
Disconnected: the champion of champions grand final
Swimming between two continents, debunked
Disconnected with vanessa from braincraft, kati morton and jarvis johnson
Which is bouba, and which is kiki?
Disconnected with alec of technology connections, sally le page, and arun from mrwhosetheboss
Is the most northern part of iceland still there?
Disconnected with jaiden animations, ellen rose and hank green
The part of britain that rises and falls twice a day
Why you should turn on two factor authentication
For 21 years, no-one in britain knew how long an inch was
The village that the luftwaffe bombed by mistake
A million dollars vs a billion dollars, visualized: a road trip
The abandoned hill with two members of parliament
Why you can spot bad green screen
I asked 64,182 people about “jingle bells, batman smells”. here's what i found out.
The world's first internet bench
How england's oldest road was nearly lost forever
The worst typo i ever made
Ə: the most common vowel in english
Why some remastered music videos look awful
Are there problems that computers can't solve?
The hidden rules of conversation
Why this british crossroads is so dangerous
Why you can't name a file con in windows
Abso-b████y-lutely: expletive infixation
This video has 1,679,799 views
Why dark video is a terrible blocky mess
Youtube's copyright system isn't broken. the world's is.
Inside the billion-euro nuclear reactor that was never switched on
Why you can't buy dasani water in britain
Stopping a laser beam in mid-air
The country where all public transit is free
The sentences computers can't understand, but humans can
Why the dutch headwind cycling championships are difficult and amazing
Why true + true = 2: data types
The bridge that's in two countries at the same time
How to grow a martian salad on earth
How neurosurgeons navigate inside the brain
Why my teenage code was terrible: sorting algorithms and big o notation
Why it's already 2020
Why do we move our hands when we talk?
Why the world's littlest skyscraper was a massive scam
Why electronic voting is still a bad idea
Can the words you read change your behavior?
Is the world running out of helium?
Why the elevator shaft was invented before the elevator
I almost learned to fly in the world's only wingsuit tunnel
How the netherlands simulated the sea before computers: the waterloopbos
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The giant art that keeps planes quiet
Guest videos, overcompensation, new tech dif, and a t-shirt change
Why helsinki's library robots aren't important
The self-driving race car
Inside the tunnels that will store nuclear waste for 100,000 years
What counts as the world's shortest river?
The toxic pit with a $3 admission fee
The only bit of louisiana's coast that isn't sinking
Cash and grab (with bird keeper toby and inés from draw curiosity)
The language sounds that could exist, but don't
Checkpoint (with ashens and the polybius heist crew)
I'm not a robot ✅
Personal best (with dodie, sammy paul, daniel j layton and reb day)
Flying a plane with fireworks on the wings
The two generals’ problem
Why “no problem” can seem rude: phatic expressions
The fetch-execute cycle: what's your computer actually doing?
How to stop a colossal bridge corroding
Why typing like this is sometimes okay.
How to build an app: everything you didn't know you needed to know
The giant underground tunnels protecting tokyo from floods
Why you can't trust me
The world's first solar powered train
Mr olds’ remarkable elevator
The one-lane bridge shared by cars and trains
What counts as the steepest street in the world?
Testing a zip line that goes round corners
The circle visible from space
The first 3d color x-rays
The brain-eating amoebas of kerosene creek
The hundred-tonne robots that help keep new zealand running
The sculpture that looks like a real-life cartoon
Where two oceans meet, debunked
I drove my childhood favorite racing game in real life
The artificial gravity lab
Blindfold balancing in the spinning space chair
The library of rare colors
Keep it or dump it (with matthew, who is lovely but not internet famous)
The last play-for-cash fascination parlor
Above average (with too many people to fit in this title)
The broken building that must not be destroyed
Weight for it (with evan edinger and luke cutforth)
A questionable experiment in motion sickness
Why denmark is .07 seconds behind the world
How auto-tune works
Slowing down a stock exchange with 38 miles of cable
I got to see and hold my brain
This is your brain on stale air
How knot to hang a painting
The fishermen that hold their breath for 10 minutes
Why nasa spun astronauts around, but doesn't any more
The canyon that humans made by accident
Stealing our friend's brain backup prank (gone wrong!!!) 🤯🤯🤯
The consequences of your code
Your new social credit score
The city of golf carts
The artificial intelligence that deleted a century
The other tree that owns itself
The sweater curse and clothing controversies: citation needed 8x06
An american stonehenge: the mysterious georgia guidestones
The crazy eights incident and the pumpy thing: citation needed 8x05
Testing the world's longest echo
Hail cannons and operation popeye: citation needed 8x04
Why computers can't count sometimes
Juan pujol garcia and thirtynineitude: citation needed 8x03
Britain's largest battery is actually a lake
The norwegian butter crisis and the ark of taste: citation needed 8x02
Why do london's manholes keep exploding?
The battle of fishguard and brandy: citation needed 8x01
᚛ᚈᚑᚋ ᚄᚉᚑᚈᚈ᚜ and ᚛ᚑᚌᚐᚋ᚜
If educational videos were filmed like music videos
What's the longest word you can write with seven-segment displays?
Guest videos, new formats, and a possible trip down under
How the first ever telecoms scam worked
Wingwalking isn't what it used to be, and that's a good thing
We made a banhammer (feat. nerdcubed)
The collapsible crash test robot car
Why you don't want to go viral
The quiz that was shared a million times
That time i got in trouble with the government
Your private messages might travel under this beach
I hit 3,000-year-old art with a hammer
Testing the sound mirrors that protected britain
The nuclear reactor run by students
How the 90s vhs look works
Stories i can't tell
We should let some wildfires burn
The drink with a human toe in it
Watching for nuclear attack at the top of the world
Lateral game 6: the grand final
The new highway to the arctic ocean
Lateral game 5: the last chance
Freezing 200,000 tons of lethal arsenic dust
Lateral game 4: the fast route to the final
Tilting an icy floor until you fall over: winterlab
Lateral game 3: the first elimination match
The town that was burned for science: aultsville
Lateral: game 2 with geoff marshall, vicki pipe, ldshadowlady and smallishbeans
The us-canada border splits this road down the middle
Lateral: game 1 with kat arney, helen arney, simon clark, and sally le page
A town called asbestos
Canada, quiz show, tech dif, vidcon!
Keeping aircraft safe without radar: the north atlantic tracks
⚫ how the black point message crashes android apps
2½ hours of unedited garlic bread flight footage
We sent garlic bread to the edge of space, then ate it
G-force, jerk, and passing out in a centrifuge
Making an international standard cup of tea
The us president's bulletproof railcar
The 1940s mermaid show that's still pulling crowds
How formation flying works (feat. the red arrows!)
Why european clocks are running slow, and british clocks aren't
The moiré effect lights that guide ships home
Launching an entire fireworks display at once
The european city centre with no street names
Making artificial earthquakes with a four-tonne steel ball
Faceswapping, unethical videos, and future shock
Controlling an airport from 80 miles away
Canada's most successful king
A language made of music
Sign language isn't universal
17 tonnes of spinning glass: making the world's largest telescope
Atomic annie and blue peacock: citation needed 7x06
This video is 2d and 3d simultaneously: the pulfrich effect
John stonehouse and dropped trousers: citation needed 7x05
The null hypothesis
The flip flap railroad and marshmallow bearings: citation needed 7x04
How zero-g planes work
Turra coo and four-legged juggling: citation needed 7x03
Batman's village of fools: gotham, england
The sark football team and hovercraft enthusiasm: citation needed 7x02
Why hold music sounds worse now
Charles blondin and the stolen point: citation needed 7x01
The german town that's literally breaking apart
Is it dangerous to talk to a camera while driving?
The lava lamps that help keep the internet secure
The story of salvation mountain
What is sea level, anyway?
Why california's musical road sounds terrible
I'm looking for guest videos, and other plans for 2018
The reaction ferries of basel: what have we missed?
The centuries-old debt that's still paying interest
Rotary jails and accidental amputations
How computers compress text: huffman coding and huffman trees
A nuclear waste dump you can walk on: weldon spring, missouri
The us government's $983 freeze-dried urine
Inside the giant american freezer filled with polar ice
What counts as a mountain?
Fizzbuzz: one simple interview question
Connectome scanning: looking at the brain's wiring
I can't show you how pink this pink is
Why old screens make a ᴴᶦᵍʰ ᴾᶦᵗᶜʰᵉᵈ noise
Benjamin rush and inventing the bucket: citation needed 6x06
Why the government shouldn't break whatsapp
Acoustic kitty and bat bombs: citation needed 6x05
An elevator that actually goes sideways
Julie d'aubigny and dueling scars: citation needed 6x04
The runways of fire that let ww2 planes land in fog: fido
The museum of failure
Stephens island wren and the cobra effect: citation needed 6x03
Blocking people in real life: tom scott at an evening of unnecessary detail
The $100 hamburger and tach time: citation needed 6x02
The poison garden of alnwick
Jack churchill and a live studio audience: citation needed 6x01
The world's most powerful tidal current: the saltstraumen maelstrom
Why the youtube algorithm will always be a mystery
How the arecibo telescope could help save the world
Why sci-fi alien planets look the same: hollywood's thirty-mile zone
How to not break a mars rover
Voyager 1's getting closer to earth right now
Drones vs lightning ⚡
Why this “zero calorie sweetener” isn’t zero calories
Why song translations usually suck
The foil that went to the moon and back
The disaster that changed engineering: the hyatt regency collapse
You can hear the difference between hot and cold water
One town, four elements: ytterby
The beer pipeline of bruges
Inside youtube's mixed reality vr lab
The world is slowly running out of sand
America's first supermodel: audrey munson
Elia: the world's most frustrating work of art
ᚼᛒ: harald bluetooth and your phone
Zero-g experiments on earth: the bremen drop tower
The little-known patterns on british streets
The confusing borders of lake constance
Fallout shelters and zurich's water: swiss resilience
Why youtube streams don't count for christmas № 1
Science vs the weather: salford's energy house
In old movies, why the dial tone after someone hangs up?
Wheels, bombs, and perpetual motion machines
The city of the dead: colma, california
Stopping a disastrous plan with science: the bay model
Arson as a christmas tradition: the gävle goat
The world's most famous teapot: the utah teapot
3d printing stainless steel with giant robot arms
The spider dress that reacts to personal space invaders
The grave of the man who never was: operation mincemeat
The bizarre plan to drain the mediterranean: atlantropa
The solar power towers of southern spain
The zip line across time zones
Classic trivia question cards: citation needed live, the encore
The world's most dangerous path isn't so dangerous any more
The ice block expedition and chainsaw licenses: citation needed live, part 2
Pod cars of the past and future: the morgantown prt
Ruth belville and time balls: citation needed live, part 1
The town where wi-fi is banned: the green bank telescope and the quiet zone
Cold wars, cruise ships, and the northwest passage
ᑖᒻ ᔅᑳᑦ and ᖃᓂᐅᔮᖅᐸᐃᑦ
Internet to the arctic: a greenlandic relay station
No-one knows who got to the north pole first
The front falls off: glaciers don't go backwards
Listening for nuclear tests at the top of the world
Seeing things: visual disturbances we all experience
The fake-british ghost town in china: thames town
Why mountain dew rots your teeth more than coca-cola
The battery that's lasted 176 years
The problem with renewable energy (and how we're fixing it)
Hebocon uk: deliberately terrible robot fighting
The mushroom cloud over britain: raf fauld and the hanbury crater
The fake vinegar in british fish and chip shops
No, pokémon go can't read your email
Camille flammarion and a spiritualist story: citation needed 5x05
The scientifically inaccurate dinosaurs that must stay that way
Camp bonifas and yorkshire scouting: citation needed 5x04
The bus replacement rail service (yes, that's the right way round)
The man who invented, then hated, shopping malls
Backpackersxpress and the disco carriage: citation needed 5x03
Nobody's exactly sure how much a kilogram is right now
Thomas midgley jr and a pope infestation: citation needed 5x02
The flower that smells like death
The hydraulic telegraph and latin grease: citation needed 5x01
Why you can't advertise cancer cures in britain
Why web filters don't work: penistone and the scunthorpe problem
Questionable with jay foreman, sarah breese and will seaward
Why snow and confetti ruin youtube video quality
The strangest elevator in italy: the ascensore castello d'albertis-montegalletto, genoa
The most dangerous stretch of water in the world: the strid at bolton abbey, yorkshire
The not-quite-robots that help fix fusion reactors
Help, my fusion reactor's making a weird noise
In norway, everyone can know how much you earn
American alcohol has to be radioactive
Order and chaos - hannah nicklin vs emma blackery - game on 1x06
Accidental emoji expert: tom scott at an evening of unnecessary detail
Quiz buzz - steven bridges vs emma blackery - game on 1x05
The first ever wireless hack: marconi vs maskelyne
Weighted war - steven bridges vs hannah nicklin - game on 1x04
Will youtube ever run out of video ids?
Black hole - emma blackery vs katie steckles - game on 1x03
Why you should write down your goals
Driving through russia without a visa: the saatse boot
Tumblin-dice: hannah nicklin vs katie steckles - game on 1x02
Unexploded bombs off the british coast: the ss richard montgomery
Rock paper scissors hammer helmet: steven bridges vs emma blackery - game on 1x01
Inside a satellite clean room
Power, politics and pragmatism: the british national grid
Why 1/1/1970 bricks your iphone
Victor lustig and binary points: citation needed 4x05
What counts as the world's largest clock?
The biathlon: firing guns under pressure
Shanghai fugu and mucky fat: citation needed 4x04
The second largest freezer in norway
How to make snow
Cello scrotum and radium water: citation needed 4x03
How crash safari reboots your phone
Why wuppertal's suspended monorail wasn't the future of travel
Project cybersyn and military fridges: citation needed 4x02
Calling the police doesn't charge your phone battery
Graham island and ye starbucks: citation needed 4x01
Crosswalks don't always make you safer
Why britain sucks at product placement
Seeing other people's steam accounts: the christmas caching catastrophe
A christmas computer bug, and the future of files
Automated weapons and the battlefield of 2050
Big industrial simulators in finland
Drones, deserts and danger
700 flavours of soda pop: galco's in los angeles
How the rosetta stone unlocked hieroglyphics
The collapsed dam that stopped los angeles
Why i can't show you the h******** s***
Goalball: blindfold paralympic reverse dodgeball
The bielefeld conspiracy
The strange st pauli elbtunnel
Britain's end-of-the-world bunkers
Simulating a universe: the eagle project at durham university
Archimedes and a boat lift: the falkirk wheel
The art of the bodge: how i made the emoji keyboard
The link that can crash chrome: http://a/%%30%30
Real life emoji keyboard!
The man who had himself taxidermied: jeremy bentham
Sinking ship simulator: the royal navy's damage repair instructional unit
The secret underground pipeline across britain
Amphibious weed-cutting boat!
G-forces, gliders, and graveyard spirals
So you've learned to teleport
The abandoned village of imber: how far can emergency powers go?
Jimmy carter's rabbit and tinfoil hats: citation needed 3x05
The weirdest bridge in wales: the newport transporter bridge
The russian woodpecker of chernobyl: how to see over the horizon
Sidney weltmer and the queen's package: citation needed 3x04
How to visit chernobyl
Radioactive bananas in chernobyl
Containing the worst nuclear disaster in history: chernobyl's new confinement structure
Sergeant reckless and terry google: citation needed 3x03
The world's largest indoor waterpark
The boobrie and conservative pandas: citation needed 3x02
The giant cranes and robots that keep civilisation running
The ss bessemer and ask heaves: citation needed 3x01
Are batteries heavier when they're full? (with robert llewellyn!)
The islands where guns are required
How to visit svalbard
The sundial that works 24 hours a day
Why leap seconds cause glitches
What's the doomsday seed vault really for?
The sightlines of london
What counts as a word?
The toxic blue lagoon of buxton
Long and short words: language typology
Paternoster lifts: dangerous, obsolete and quite fun (including over the top!)
Why can't adults learn languages like children?
The most complex borders in europe: why do we have nations?
The effective power bug: why can weird text crash your iphone?
Crash blossoms and being drunk: ambiguity
The fictional bridges that became real
The speed of outrage: tom scott at thinking digital 2015
Why computers suck at translation
How the netherlands stopped the wind
Risk, immortality, and the terrifying pulpit rock
Ships, mines and magnetism
The human-powered, giant theme park playground: ai pioppi
7 illegal things to do in a british election
The 400,000,000-year link between scotland and canada
How to make something one atom thick
The bubble: imagine the web without trolls, or shocks, or spam
Turnpikes and tolls: what if all major roads were private?
How to program a quantum computer (sort of)
The driverless cars of greenwich
Standing in a hurricane in slow motion
How green screen worked before computers
How many colours are in a rainbow?
The swarm and the giant jam sandwich: citation needed 2x07
The british rail flying saucer
Lisa clayton and cake black holes: citation needed 2x06
The magic roundabout: swindon's terrifying traffic circle and emergent behaviour
The flitch of bacon and a goose on a train: citation needed 2x05
The moonpig bug: how 3,000,000 customers' details were exposed
Why the prime meridian isn't at 0º
A message from earth and flappy gloves: citation needed 2x04
Why doesn't britain have rabies?
Can it be too cold to snow?
Ley lines and avebury henge, the better version of stonehenge
The centennial light and edison the cheat: citation needed 2x03
The hottest place in britain, and the bbc theme park
The coffin ray and hugging a penguin: citation needed 2x02
Do the numbers on toaster dials mean minutes?
The concrete pillars on top of british hills: trig points
Thomas trueblood and the ridiculous marathon: citation needed 2x01
Why four score and seven years ago?
The floating lighthouse in new york: the lightship ambrose
The liquid nitrogen tanks of new york
The diner where you microwaved your own food
There's a bit of england in new york, literally
What did witches actually use?
The man who set up his own toll road, without permission
Why britain uses separate hot and cold taps
The shellshock bug in about four minutes
How to snap someone's neck
Scotland is rising and england is sinking, literally
How to land a plane in an emergency
2030: privacy's dead. what happens next?
Ultrasonically vaporized vodka!
Emojli: behind the scenes and why you should never build an app
The ice bucket challenge lowers your heart rate
How to read text in binary
Third person driving with a drone
Youtube doesn't know your password
Gravity doesn't always point straight to the earth's core
Giant underground trampolines!
What's the longest word in the english language?
Some places have lower gravity than others
British plugs are better than all other plugs, and here's why
Emojli: the emoji-only network.
Why do flag emoji count as two characters?
The equation of time: clocks vs sundials
How do you make something last 1,000 years?
How the self-retweeting tweet worked: cross-site scripting (xss) and twitter
Fail-safe vs. fail-deadly (with colin furze)
The nuclear reactor in the middle of london
The most ridiculous game of football in history
Angels are actually pretty terrifying
The arctic winter games and dropping the bomb: citation needed 1x09
How youtube video stabilization works
How does eurovision break ties?
The flag of mars and rods from god: citation needed 1x08
Why people in big cities walk faster
The counts of andechs and motorway service stations: citation needed 1x07
The early steam train with no brakes: stephenson's rocket
Neckarwestheim and the end of the world: citation needed 1x06
The three types of twilight, and the days without night
Chess clock jenga
Bossche bol and nun's puffs: citation needed 1x05
The rise and fall of the gasometer
Simplehuman and russian toilette: citation needed 1x04
From missingno to heartbleed: buffer exploits and buffer overflows
The level crossing you have to power yourself
Stefania follini and a moon theremin: citation needed 1x03
Is paris syndrome a real thing?
The newgate novel and condiments on toast: citation needed 1x02
Facebook for oculus rift: the commercial
Privacy in france: a lot of french people might be about to sue me
Point zero: where all roads start
The big lobster and drive-through booze: citation needed 1x01
The 19th century channel tunnel wasn't just a dream
British tanks are better than all other tanks, and here's why
The london railway of the dead
Britain has 555 phone numbers too
Never call someone tired and emotional in england
Origami in space
Why do we not have a cure for the common cold yet?
How does a geyser work?
Let's play: bar billiards
Let's talk about names. in iceland.
Moss is terrible for emergency navigation
The mississippi river wants to move
Why was alladvantage.com popular in beverly hills?
Disney could go nuclear if they wanted to
The spf rating on sunscreen is questionable at best
Nearly everything you hear in the movies is fake
How to tell if you're dreaming
The datablast: experimental interactive tv from the 1990s
How to fall into a swimming pool
Your gps shuts down if it goes too fast
The hard part about getting to orbit isn't the height
How to throw a bucket of water at someone
The image that can break your brain
British ice cream doesn't have to contain milk
Einstein wasn't the first scientist to talk about relativity
Why do reversing trucks not beep any more?
Why is london's cable car so damn high?
British nuclear war from beyond the grave: the letter of last resort
Why wind farms don't always turn when it's windy
Can you cook bacon using hair curlers?
How to slap someone across the face
How to strangle someone
Single point of failure: the (fictional) day google forgot to check passwords
Platform 9¾ is in the wrong place
A zeppelin, a cat, and the world's first in-flight radio message
You can gold plate your tongue for about $2
The secret button on pedestrian crossings
The thames still has some 19th century stink in it
Members of parliament aren't allowed to resign
Why does nighttime smartphone footage look all flickery in europe?
The underground roundabouts of tromsø
The 134-hour television show from the arctic circle
The secret pattern that stops you copying bank notes
How to make an orange peel flamethrower
Why aren't there more helicopter crashes in london?
There are special crossings for horses in britain
Making flaps vibrate in your throat: voicing
Why you can tweet more in japanese: what counts as a character?
Adjectival order: why a big red balloon, not a red big balloon?
Why do we have ye olde? obsolete letters, and the mysteries of ye olde ming
How many gs do you pull in an elevator?
Oversight: thank you for volunteering, citizen.
Mele kalikimaka: why you can't say christmas in hawaiian
Gender neutral pronouns: they're here, get used to them
21 questions wrong
Ghoti and the ministry of helth: spelling reform
There's nothing wrong with saying 10 items or less: descriptivism vs prescriptivism
Why you swear in anglo-saxon and order fancy food in french: registers
Whatever happened to tom's hoodie?: tom scott at thinking digital 2013
All the colours, including grue: how languages see colours differently
Fantastic features we don't have in the english language
Why jonathan ross can't pronounce his rs
Lies on the london underground
A spaceship simulator in a caravan: the lhs bikeshed
A brief history of lyric videos
Ten illegal things to do in london
Facebook graph search: a more realistic commercial
When facebook resurrected the dead
Instagram's new terms of service: a statement from the ceo (parody)
If self-checkout machines used famous voices
Four men in a car: the technical difficulties team take a road trip
Ios 6 maps: an explanation from apple (parody)
Is this you? - lifelogging, privacy and scandal by tom scott at electromagnetic field 2012
The large piña collider: a pina colada with science.
The a-z of epidemiology: germs from anthrax to zoonoses. a disturbing bedtime book for kids.
Welcome to life: the singularity, ruined by lawyers
Google glasses: a new way to hurt yourself (parody of google's project glass)
Robocoaster challenge: reciting shakespeare while attached to a giant robot arm
Caution: high speed balls - a ping pong ball launcher for bbc click
The northern nocturnal cracker consumption championships
Mint sauce bottle rocket: science!
I know what you did five minutes ago
Kinect-controlled tesla coils: the evil genius simulator
Maker faire uk in 30 seconds
Charityshock - donate online, give someone an electric shock.
Human vs rat: the maze challenge
The queen's birthday surprise
The trip to scarborough - the technical difficulties, show 2
Date this man - the technical difficulties, show 1
Google street view race - the technical difficulties, show 1
The webcycle: the faster you pedal, the faster your internet goes.
Breaking the news: tom scott and matt gray bonehead the budget
Thinking digital 2009: tom scott on graphs, hans zimmer, eurovision and tea cosies
Two drums and a cymbal fall off a cliff
The 30 second bacon sandwich
The matt gray high five face off
Appalling visual puns № 3
Appalling visual puns № 2
Tesco value spiderman
Appalling visual puns № 1
Salmon in a dishwasher
The coruscant juggling club
On a pirate ship - jay foreman feat. mad cap'n tom
Be a safe ninja this winter
Breakfast: fortified with iron