# Can you solve the BOWL RIDDLE? ft. Kurt Hugo Schneider Part 1/3 | Summary and Q&A

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August 15, 2018
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Physics Girl
Can you solve the BOWL RIDDLE? ft. Kurt Hugo Schneider Part 1/3

## TL;DR

Kurt Hugo Schneider, a popular music producer on YouTube, joins Physics Girl to solve puzzles and riddles related to physics and math.

## Key Insights

• 🫵 Kurt Hugo Schneider is a successful music producer on YouTube with over 10 million subscribers and 2.7 billion views.
• ♟️ Kurt has a degree in math and is also skilled in chess.
• 🧩 Physics Girl and Kurt enjoy solving physics-related puzzles and riddles.

## Transcript

Hey, I'm Diana. You're watching Physics Girl, usually a channel where I get super excited about random facts about the universe. [SPARKS] [SCREAM] Why? My Favorite questions. And sometimes a channel where I get to ask random people physics, puzzles, and riddles. And today, I've got to play it kind of cool because he's literally right next to me, ... Read More

### Q: How did Kurt become both a music producer and a chess master?

Kurt pursued his passion for both music and chess. He learned music production through YouTube, and his talent in chess developed during his teenage years.

### Q: What was the solution to the first riddle about the kings and buckets of water?

The king in the bucket with water at 25 degrees Celsius will hit the bottom first because the water in the other bucket, at 25 degrees Fahrenheit, is frozen.

### Q: What is the interval of time between two palindromes on a digital clock?

The shortest interval between two palindromes on a digital clock is two minutes, for example, 9:59 and 10:01.

### Q: How can you get a floating ping pong ball to touch the bottom of a bowl without pushing or directly touching it?

The answer to this riddle is not provided in the content and is left as a cliffhanger for the next video.

## Summary & Key Takeaways

• Kurt Hugo Schneider, a successful music producer, also has a math degree and is skilled in chess.

• Kurt and Physics Girl engage in solving puzzles and riddles related to physics.

• The viewers are left with a riddle where they have to figure out how to get a floating ping pong ball to touch the bottom of a bowl without directly touching it.