In the first Ultra High Definition episode of The Slow Mo Guys, Gav and Dan inject coloured ink into a tank of water. If you have a 4K display or UHD tv, fire it up! Follow Gav on Twitter – https://twitter.com/GavinFree Follow Dan on Twitter – https://twitter.com/DanielGruchy Watch our favourite videos! – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbIZ6k-SE9SiarIg09JXUdK2kDX5_OB25 Buy our shirts! – http://store.roosterteeth.com/search?type=product&q=slow+mo Hypnotic Ink Physics in 4K Slow Motion – The Slow Mo Guys Filmed at 1000fps with the Phantom Flex4K Video Rating: / 5 One New York program is cultivating lettuce, and healthy lifestyles. TRANSCRIPT Shelby: Have you ever tried to grow your own food? Well, it’s one thing if you have a whole bunch of fertile farmland, or even a big backyard, but in a crowded city like New York, it’s a whole different story. Demetrius Pipkin explains. Demetrius: Welcome to the South Bronx in New York City. Nearly half of the residents here live below the poverty line. Michaela Ritz: I know that so many people in this community could benefit from producing their own food. Demetrius: One in three families here is classified as “Food Insecure” meaning there’s not enough food to support their family or healthy food options are limited, leading the South Bronx to become one of the most unhealthy and obese areas in the country. But hope for change is growing in this concrete jungle with The Green Bronx Machine. Michaela: We started by growing food in small gardens and plots of land in our neighborhoods and elsewhere in other communities that were troubled as well. This one’s parsley. Demetrius: Michaela Ritz, one of the founding members of The Green Bronx Machine, is hoping to harvest more than just greens. Michaela: This is a good one. Demetrius: They want to cultivate the minds of young people by […]
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