• It's so funny to see Adam Savage without some sort ofï»¿ disastrous explosion behind him.

• You didnÂ´tï»¿ listen.

• 25000 miles isï»¿ within 1% of the circumference of the Earth.

7,918*3.14=24,862.52

24,862.52/25000=0.9945008

• These Youtube educational videos with these visual drawings makeï»¿ paying attention so easy. It keeps you engaged. They should just teach in schools with flying clipart.

• Good catch. Didn'tï»¿ notice that.

It's at 3:33 if anyone want to see.

• he didnt confuse them, adam savage misspoke, actually.

he meant to sayï»¿ circumference but said diameter. so galleon12 is actually right in his question. though we do know what savage meant

• actually adam savage misspoke -- he meant to say circumference, notï»¿ the diameter. circumference ~25k miles, about radius is ~4.95k miles (rending diameter about ~7.9k miles)

• I can't imagine how they made a measurement from miles away at the exact same time between Alexandria and Sweneth... how did the librarian knew it was perfectly noon in a distantï»¿ city?.. I call fake here

• I'm not sure where to suggest a lesson, and if they already did this, a link would be appreciated. TEDEd, whatï»¿ makes music so enjoyable or non-enjoyable?

• I don't know why you're getting so much flack. You're right. Adam Savage did say the 25000 miles was in 1% of the actual diameter of the Earth. (at 3:33) He meant to say circumference though.ï»¿

• Circumference and diameter, I thinkï»¿ you're confusing them.

• Inspirational.ï»¿