Bill Nye uses the power of Twitter to once again answer common questions about science. When will teleportation happen? Will tardigrades take over the moon? How do planes work? What does a neutron do? If you took all the animals of the ocean, how much shallower would the water get? Bill answers all these questions, and more!
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We unbox and provide a brief initial review on the mint-green color of the iPhone 11. We talk about the price, the feel of the look and color, as well as the display (liquid retina). You'll notice its very similar to the XR - and honestly that makes sense - the XR was a very strong model. You also get a standard charger, unlike the more quality charger you get with the Pro. Disappointing to see that the adapter for headphones was sold separately, and that there's no usb-c port this year, but all around its exactly what you were hoping for, which is exactly what you'd expect.
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