Dentists: Are You Predictable?

Dentists: Are You Predictable? (video)Today’s Friday random video for dentists features Richard Wiseman from the website, Quirky Mind Stuff.

According to his website, Richard is the most followed British psychologist on Twitter.

Over 2 million people have taken part in his mass participation experiments and he has acted as a creative consultant to Derren Brown, The MythBusters, CBS’s The Mentalist, Heston Blumenthal, Nick Cave and Jeremy Deller.

Wiseman researches an eclectic range of topics including luck, self-help, illusion and persuasion. His work has been published in some of the world’s leading academic journals and cited in over 20 introductory textbooks.

Richard has also written several best-selling books that have been translated into over 30 languages, including The Luck Factor, Quirkology, and 59 Seconds. His psychology-based YouTube videos have received over 45 million views and he has given keynote addresses to organizations across the world, including The Royal Society, The Swiss Economic Forum, and Google. (See About

To see how predictable you are, Click on Play to watch the following magical video —

Dentists, how did you do?

Friday Random Video: Felix Baumgartner’s Supersonic Freefall

Friday Random Video: Felix Baumgartner's Supersonic Freefall This week’s The Wealthy Dentist Friday random video for dentists is a salute to Felix Baumgartner.

On October 14th, after flying to an altitude of 39,045 meters (128,100 feet) in a helium-filled balloon, Felix Baumgartner completed a record breaking jump for the ages from the edge of space, exactly 65 years after Chuck Yeager first broke the sound barrier flying in an experimental rocket-powered airplane. (Youtube)

Felix reached a maximum of speed of 1,342.8 km/h (833mph) through the near vacuum of the stratosphere before being slowed by the atmosphere later during his 4:20 minute long freefall. The 43-year-old Austrian skydiving expert also broke two other world records (highest freefall, highest manned balloon flight), leaving the one for the longest freefall to project mentor Col. Joe Kittinger. (YouTube)

Here’s a short recap of his historic jump —

 And here is the full recap, in case you just can’t get enough of watching Felix Baumgartner jump —

 Dentists, would you be tempted to do this?

Friday Random Video: A New Kind of Bicycle for Dentists?

Friday Random Video: A New Kind of Bicycle for Dentists?Dentists, are you looking for a new form of transportation to get you back and forth to your dental practice?

If so, I may have found just the bicycle for you.

It’s called the “Fliz Bike.”

Germans tend to be very proud of their engineering creativity, but will they be just as proud of this latest concoction?

The new bicycle was recently designed by German engineers looking to create a ride that incorporates both running and biking.

According to Yahoo News, the new Flitz Bike is actually based on the world’s first bicycle, called the “Laufrad,” which also worked without pedals and was created by another German, Karl Drais in 1817.

The bike designer’s goal was to create a more environmentally friendly form of transportation, but the prototype revealed so far leaves many scratching their heads as to how this bike is better than a conventional bicycle.

Not to mention how you have to be strapped into it…

Watch the video and tell us what you think —

Do you think that this is a bicycle that people will use?

For more on this story see: New Pedal-free Bicycle Relies on Running Momentum

Viral Video: Dentists Can Now Visit Mars

Dentists Can Now Visit Mars (video)This week’s Friday random video for dentists features video of the descent to Mars by the Curiosity Mars rover, making this the first recording by a spacecraft of its landing on another planet.

As of August 20, all but a dozen 1600×1200 frames have been uploaded from the rover, and those missing were interpolated using thumbnail data.

The result was applied a heavy noise reduction, color balance, and sharpening for best visibility. (YouTube)

Curiosity is the largest rover ever sent to Mars. It is about the size of a small SUV — 10 feet long (not including the arm), 9 feet wide and 7 feet tall — (about 3 meters long (not including the arm), 2.7 meters wide, and 2.2 meters tall), or about the height of a basketball player. (NASA)

Enjoy your Friday random video —

What do you think of the Curiosity Rover’s expedition?

Friday Random Video for Dentists: View of Earth From Space Station

Friday Random Video for Dentists: View of Earth From Space StationToday’s Friday random video for dentists features stunning time-lapse photography from the International Space Station (ISS) as it flies over Earth.

The Space Station offers a unique vantage point to view cities at night, aurora borealis, and lightning as viewed from space.

According to the NASA website, the International Space Station marked its 10th anniversary of continuous human occupation on Nov. 2, 2010. Since Expedition 1, which launched Oct. 31, 2000, and docked Nov. 2, the space station has been visited by 204 individuals.

At the time of the anniversary, the station’s odometer read more than 1.5 billion statute miles (the equivalent of eight round trips to the Sun), over the course of 57,361 orbits around the Earth.

Enjoy your Friday random video —

Did you ever dream of being an astronaut?


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