Presidential Cars And More...In And Around The Henry Ford Museum | NICEE 2018 Vlog Part 10

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Mercedes A-Class Production line

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15 Things You Didn't Know The Purpose Of!

Top things you didn’t know the purpose of! These are the everyday items and things you didn’t know the use for! #14. “Pen Cap”-- You have definitely noticed the tiny hole in the top of a cap and may have used it to try and make a whistle or pretended it was a tiny spyglass. Most people believe this hole has something to do with preventing a pen from drying-out but this is not the case. The hole in the pen cap actually serves as a safety feature. In the event that a small child swallows one, the hole allows air to pass through and reduces the risk of suffocation. #13. “Measuring Tape Tools”-- The modern measuring tape machine is a handy invention that most construction workers and contractors can’t live without, but even some of the most skilled workers might not know it has two incredible yet simple features. First there is the serrated edge on the metal end of the tape. This was put into the design so that if you desired you could put a minor scratch or indentation into the surface you are measuring, in order to give you a marker to make further measurements or designs off of. The other feature is right next to the serrated edge. You may have noticed the small hole that is commonly located in the metal tip. So what’s the purpose of this? Well this is so that if you are measuring something from a point where a nail or screw is you can hook the tape onto the nail and hold the tape in place. #12. “The Quarter’s Edge”-- You probably have spied the hundreds of tiny grooves that mark the outside edge of a quarter but not thought twice about it having a purpose. But these tiny ridges actually once served an important function and no it’s not just so magician’s can get a better grip during coin tricks. Up until recently, historically speaking, the cost of the metals in a coin reflected the coins value so many people took to shaving the edges off of the coins and then used the rest of the coin to purchase items as if the coin still had full value. They would then save up their shavings and melted them together to create new coins or just sell the chunks. In order to combat this, coin minters started putting these ridges on their coins so that retailers could tell whether the coins had been shaved. This practice, though not necessary today, is carried on for the sake of tradition and aesthetic. So why don’t nickels have them? Because no one cares about nickels.

This Guy Saved Pennies For 45 Years. Then He Cashed Them In – And Their Total Is Astounding

Please do not forget to visit the site http://scribol.com ► YouTube/Zap WOUAM https://goo.gl/wUnnM5 ************************************************************** Staff at Rustin Origin Bank in Rustin, Louisiana, are unlikely to ever forget the day in October 2015 when Otha Anders arrived at their branch to make a deposit. Why? Because Anders wasn’t making an ordinary deposit. He was making a deposit of pennies. A lot of pennies. In fact, Anders had so many pennies to deposit that transporting them to the bank required a truck, while actually bringing them into the premises needed a cart and a hand barrow. The whole operation also required the help of five friends and family members, and the coins were stored in 15 large water bottles, each with a capacity of five gallons. ---------------------------------------------------------- ►Article link:https://goo.gl/ym4hZy ---------------------------------------------------------- Well aware that his penny stash was out of the ordinary, Anders had actually contacted the bank ahead of time to warn them. Speaking to ABC News, the bank’s senior vice president, Ryan Kilpatrick, said, “It’s shocking, for sure. I would say he’s done a lot of collecting over the years.” Now in his mid-70s, Anders had 45 years prior decided to begin saving the pennies that came his way. As for the very first penny he saved, it was one he had found lying on the ground. Speaking to The News-Star in 2015, Anders said, “I became convinced that spotting a lost or dropped penny was an additional God-given incentive reminding me to always be thankful.” ************************************************************** ►You can support the channel: PATREON https://goo.gl/KtaKrp ►Image credits: Image: Twitter/K-Love News Image: YouTube/Zap WOUAM https://goo.gl/wUnnM5 ►web: http://watchjojo.com ► SUBSCRIBE US: https://goo.gl/Z4nZcg ► Follow Us On Google Plus: https://goo.gl/JYf9Rr ► Like us Our Facebook Page: https://goo.gl/C5Rv92 ► Follow On Twitter: https://goo.gl/PZ2U1R ►For more articles visit: http://scribol.com #watchjojo

What's Inside of the White House?

The White House is full of lots of interesting rooms. A lot of people don't realize that this information is public! Please join me as we take a walk through the different rooms and what they are used for. Special thanks to my patrons for their support: -Karen King -Soheb Japanwala Visit my patreon page to see what I'm working on next! https://patreon.com/jaredowenanimations Sources: http://www.whitehousemuseum.org/ https://whitehouse.gov1.info/visit/tour.html http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/administration/whbriefing/whitehousemap.html https://youtu.be/ktqgtlFjWRw Music: "Foundation" by Vibe Tracks (youtube audio library) Made with Blender 2.79 (cycles render) #whitehouse #architecture #b3d

In this Part 10 in the series of NICEE 2018 vlog, young inventor and vlogger Aiman will provide a glimpse of the incredibly amazing Henry Ford Museum, a place everyone should visit, parents and children alike.

This was after students inventions have been set up in their respective circles, and while waiting for the judging to be done.
Young inventors, attendees, students and their parents are encouraged to roam the floor of The Henry Ford Museum.

For other videos in this series please click on the link below:
Part 1: https://youtu.be/3D3HR5uvM_8 (Prelude)
Part 2: https://youtu.be/kLfhhgtAZF8 (Elvis Corner @ Michigan R&R)
Part 3: https://youtu.be/2RKeyBGylRM (The Fun Begins)
Part 4: https://youtu.be/VCBqyGIrFa0 (Orientation Session)
Part 5: https://youtu.be/07rhR7pkngY (Krispy Kreme Is A Must!)
Part 6: https://youtu.be/mI5KeBUjr8E (Edward Hotel Is Beautiful, but..)
Part 7: https://youtu.be/7b4HkkWywOA (Here We Go Dinner Dance)
Part 8: https://youtu.be/LG9SGa4pqpQ (Setting Up Invention)
Part 9: https://youtu.be/RR07Cg3fMJ8 (In Around The Henry Ford Museum - From Steam Engine To Electricity)

About NICEE 2018:

National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship (NICEE) event is an annual celebration of K-12 inventors and entrepreneurs from across the U.S. organized by the Stemie Coalition.

The event provides a live, in-person opportunity for youth inventors and entrepreneurs in grades 3-12 to display their critical thinking skills through inventing, innovating, and entrepreneurial activities. NICEE 2018 is presented by United Technologies Corporation.

Each year, student “winners” from affiliate member youth invention and entrepreneurship competitions across the U.S. are invited to attend NICEE. The event acts as a U.S. national “finals” competition of local, regional, state and sectional invention competitions across the U.S..

The goal is to inspire tomorrow’s youth by creating this national showcase those whose efforts embody America’s inventive and entrepreneurial spirit. It’s the youth invention and entrepreneurship equivalent of the Intel Science and Engineering Fair.

Aiman is one of 450 winners or finalists from across 20 states to be selected to attend and compete at this event. There were a total of 108,000 students when the program started at the local level. Stay tune for a series of videos by Aiman on this exciting national event including the cross country road trip to the convention.

For more information please click here: http://www.stemie.org/2018-nicee/

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