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The Doomsday Argument
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Is The Universe Finite?
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Black Hole Harmonics
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Is Pluto a Planet?
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Could We Terraform Mars?
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What Caused the Big Bang?
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The Quantum Internet
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The Cosmic Dark Ages
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Will You Travel to Space?
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The Crisis in Cosmology
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Hawking Radiation
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Space Time VR
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The Vacuum Catastrophe
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White Holes | Space Time
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  • 33 /Al'Zuhr\
    33 /Al'Zuhr\ 2 hours ago

    aaaaactualy i dont believe in infinite universe. I Has an edge.. Its just.. spherical.. and you are in the sphear so you wont really know.. Its like sayling with a ship ..It has no end..Just endless sea

  • Don farlan
    Don farlan 2 hours ago

    We make a simple explination to complex for our own good

  • Jay Jay
    Jay Jay 2 hours ago

    Craziest thing that no one talks about...that pattern that shows up..HUMAN D.N.A.!! 🤯🤯

  • Cymoon RBACpro
    Cymoon RBACpro 2 hours ago

    *The case of mistaken identity* The LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) project when analyzed is actually a seismic device which measures vibration in the Sub atomic scale. The reported chirp signal detection that is declared to be gravitational wave could be a signal related to quantum noise. What is quantum noise? Quantum noise may be observed in any system where conventional sources of noise (industrial noise, vibrations, fluctuations of voltage in the electric power supply, thermal noise due to Brownian motion, etc.) are suppressed and yet random vibration can still be detected. This phenomenon is considered to be part of the ‘quantum foam’ that is ever present, which cannot be filtered out. This being a reality of the physical world, it becomes plausible that the chirp (gravitational waves) is actually related the quantum noise phenomenon and not with a cosmic event, such as black holes a neutron stars.

  • Don farlan
    Don farlan 2 hours ago

    Gravity keeps the universe prestine and germ free

  • Leon Normand
    Leon Normand 2 hours ago

    if you look at the totality of everything that had to go right for us even to BE here, we're NOT. That's why it's so quiet out there - we're an incredibly unlikey accident, and probably not repeated. Given all the things that could conceivably destroy us, earthly or not, we're going to have to work a helluva lot harder to stay in existence than we currently are....or else.

  • Sky Hiker 9
    Sky Hiker 9 3 hours ago

    WOW! Thank you. So... the universe requires an absolute balance. Is it possible to create and reproduce an imbalance that produces energy?

  • Link Age
    Link Age 3 hours ago

    So OrangeManGood? That must be why the dark side is always against the Greatest President in USA history. Trump 2020

  • Páll Jónsson
    Páll Jónsson 3 hours ago

    Why are you math people talking about evolution? Don't you have fellow PBS people to help you with that? Great show btw., big fan.

  • Sky Hiker 9
    Sky Hiker 9 3 hours ago

    Zero point vs dark energy? The same? Different? I’d like to know.

  • runkillorun 2
    runkillorun 2 3 hours ago

    That's something wrong with this guy's correlation between the actual speed of light and a "light year"

  • assassin tom
    assassin tom 3 hours ago

    I still can't get my head around the speed of light and how fast it is, doooh!!!

  • Little Princese
    Little Princese 3 hours ago

    I don't care if it's real or not.... Let zombies come and we will fight it's so fun

  • James Gillespie
    James Gillespie 3 hours ago

    Can you revive the magnetic field? What's going to protect us from the radiation that destroyed Mars.

  • jvx358
    jvx358 3 hours ago

    Im glad none of these are forbid by the laws of quantum mechanics

  • Israel-Did-9/11
    Israel-Did-9/11 3 hours ago

    quantum mechanics debunks materialism (long, but good): ruclip.com/video/IMtDuv48XsQ/video.html

  • Carter D Johnson
    Carter D Johnson 4 hours ago

    Its easier, split the carbon dioxide into CO2 and Oxygen www.sciencealert.com/the-first-low-cost-carbon-dioxide-splitter-means-a-brighter-future-for-clean-energy

  • Axel Shark's Science

    I published my book about the universe, "The Great Knowledge about the Everythingness". I was able to crack most secrets of the universe. It explains exactly why there is something rather than nothing. This solution makes possible to understand the universe even better. It also proves that the perpetual motion machine is impossible. Because scientifically speaking that device is a creator. That device will be classified as a creator in the near future. You cannot build a god.

  • Jan van der Gaag
    Jan van der Gaag 4 hours ago

    (5:15) This balls-in-a-box thought experiment is not a good analogy to people's birth ranks. Time is of the essence... A better analogy would be two boxes starting out empty, then being filled simultaneously at consecutive rounds. One box will stop being filled at 10 balls, the other at 1000. After the first round both boxes each contain a single ball; after 5 rounds both contain 5 balls each. Now, at that point, knowing your number (= 5) does nothing to change the probability of being in the large or the small box. Both boxes will pass a 5-ball stage. After round 5 both boxes are still identical. If there was an a priori chance of being in the large or small box of 50-50, then that will still be the case after round 5. Knowing your number is Bayesian non-information. You cannot simply ignore time, or better said, the ordinal numbering of he balls.

  • ggzh a Argue With Everyone

    Why do they need 1g? 0.2g should be enough.

  • james draper
    james draper 4 hours ago

    is it possible that time is merely a function of the increase of entropy and thus separate from time but influenced the same bc energy is also warped by mass? thus appears to be the same according to special relativity? in which case adjusts our thoughts towards quatum but allowing the equations to mesh more easily?

  • Andrei Isa
    Andrei Isa 4 hours ago

    What if, when the Big Bang happened, from a finite small point of pure energy, the Universe was created instantly? I mean it went from 0 to infinity in no time at all and the energy contained in that point was finite. That would mean that we no longer need dark energy, because space-time and mater/energy are expanding in something that is infinite at an every larger acceleration rate, like a continued explosion that never ends. So the universe itself is Dark Energy, something that we cannot detect, that's because its literally nothing,its just a sort of space in which everything else is allowed to expand into that has no energy or it has anti-energy, and all the rest is moving from a high energy state to a low energy state, all the way to nothingness.

  • Andrei Isa
    Andrei Isa 5 hours ago

    What if, when the Big Bang happened, from a finite small point of pure energy, the Universe was created instantly? I mean it went from 0 to infinity in no time at all and the energy contained in that point was finite. That would mean that we no longer need dark energy, because space-time and mater/energy are expanding in something that is infinite at an every larger acceleration rate, like a continued explosion that never ends. So the universe itself is Dark Energy, something that we cannot detect, that's because its literally nothing,its just a sort of space in which everything else is allowed to expand into that has no energy or it has anti-energy, and all the rest is moving from a high energy state to a low energy state, all the way to nothingness.

  • Fernando Montes De Oca

    Have ¥ou Notice that Electromagnetism alters Time Scales and Velocities! #PIn88

  • Rebecca Schade
    Rebecca Schade 5 hours ago

    What if there is no room for "fine tuning". What if our "settings of the dials" simply are the only possible settings? Could this even be possible?

  • AppNasty
    AppNasty 5 hours ago

    I think that once a species is aware of all this, the odds shift. All this may apply automatically with a group of beings unaware and moving about making choices unknowingly. But once they become aware of their chances, they now get to cheat and make new decisions based off those odds. In a nutshell, it may very well be automatic and unavoidable to meet doomsday...unless you are aware said doomsday is approaching. Sending the theories out the window.

  • Mace
    Mace 5 hours ago

    What is the relationship between SPEED and CONNECTION?

  • jack hunter
    jack hunter 5 hours ago

    I say all humans must go Extinct. Right Now. The sooner. The better. yup

  • Jimbo Jones
    Jimbo Jones 5 hours ago

    this made me laugh. Not only does he give all the great reasons why venus should be first, but he subjects everyone to the bone shattering face melting acid dipped life after he sells us on venus... only to wrap it up with... living with Lando. GG youtube

  • John Latsch
    John Latsch 5 hours ago

    Hmm do I really believe someone who doesn't know how a car engine works? The piston goes down. When the fuel is burned

  • CaramelLeek
    CaramelLeek 6 hours ago

    "We anthropomorphize everything" The single most important message from this video.

  • Blunt Batarang
    Blunt Batarang 6 hours ago

    Is his shirt a Cockanaut?

  • Андрей Полевиков

    Explanation of the Universe. How particles of matter and antimatter can be obtained from quanta of three-dimensional space. And also, what is time in space and how it affects the properties of space can be found below. ru.calameo.com/read/0033783564a96e15b646e

  • Jack Heltzel
    Jack Heltzel 6 hours ago

    Humans are a bit of the universe..we just come from earth

  • Андрей Полевиков

    Explanation of the Universe. A significant percentage of high-energy particles in cosmic rays can originate at an early stage in the expansion of the universe, when magnetic fields were extremely strong. What is a magnetic field and elementary particles, see below. ru.calameo.com/read/0033783564a96e15b646e

  • Андрей Полевиков

    Explanation of the Universe. For the connection of nucleons in the nucleus of an atom, short measurements of our space are used, and not a bulky mechanism consisting of quarks and gluons. And which weighs more than the mass of all nucleons. These short measurements need two or three. That is, our space is 5 or 6 dimensional. Everything else is explained very simply. More details here. ru.calameo.com/read/0033783564a96e15b646e

  • Deniz Ildır
    Deniz Ildır 7 hours ago

    Who said smart people cannot make jokes? "get entangled..." :D :D

  • Vic Rattlehead
    Vic Rattlehead 7 hours ago

    11:20 , that's a long long tongue

  • Stephen Cross
    Stephen Cross 7 hours ago

    ….we wont ever achieve warp drive..... you need 2 things Firstly a civilization that encourages its young into high level based science in areas such as engineering, biology, physics and chemistry.....we encourage our child to sing and play sports...for example...in the uk we have 5000000 children attending secondary school...….in 2009 we had 3975 physics students in total.....that's not even 1% of our children heading to physics secondly you need a labour intensive civilisation that can produce the necessary tools and materials required for such feats...most countries in the world show alarming drops in productivity of there working classes..... for example....in 1952 in the uk the average working week was between 40-48 hours....today its 37 hours.....the annual holiday in 1952 was 16 days.....today the legal minimum is 28 days.....however the weekly wage in 1952 was £7.50....today its £500.... in other words labour is down and costs are up... Until we have a technical and science based civilization with a core of people who see work as a challenge, joy and a worthwhile endeavour....then get use to this rock

  • M.J. de Bruin
    M.J. de Bruin 7 hours ago

    If you take up a study in plasma and electromagnetism you will find there is no dark/ black/anti spooky things in the distance. If you want to understand the dubbele slit experiment watch " primer fields " here on YT. Your welcome.

  • Syed Aftab
    Syed Aftab 7 hours ago

    Did space and time ever freeze at some point?

  • VacuumTube88
    VacuumTube88 8 hours ago

    What about self replicating robotic spacecrafts nudging the celestial bodies of the Asteroid belt instead of the comets of the Kuiper belt, including Cerere, Vesta, Pallade and Igea to increase the mass of Mars first? and you get plenty of water too.

  • Emily Harding
    Emily Harding 8 hours ago

    Yes it is

  • splo1nger
    splo1nger 8 hours ago

    Man make brain hurty.

  • Bulbous Khan
    Bulbous Khan 8 hours ago

    This Guy is completely full of shit. m.ruclip.com/video/72Y0mvXsHS0/video.html

  • J D Rodriguez
    J D Rodriguez 9 hours ago

    That all ok, but if we take baby steps like going to gas station to stop an pee ! We would have to stop places like Mars and moons of the gas Giants to pick up more fuel . While there are on there way, there develop better and better propositions system . Catch a asteroid big enough to mine for mineral , fuel , protection , water and more living space . Spin it to give us gravitational to work better and stay in shape . If you just send egg heads, they'll just seat on there ass for 9 years . They just can not seat there doing nothing , you need building more ships , solar sails to use to slow down smaller ship to use on new sun, solar wind for braking us . Mother ship can orbiting around solar system to slow it down . We need a planet with families and friends to call home and goals to keep us going to better our self's and human race. We'll go crazy on a ton can , with out support . Were sociable species that need our world around us to make us sane so we can make to where we're going .

  • thzzzt
    thzzzt 9 hours ago

    Few earthlings know this, but given the correct proportions of SweetTarts and colloidal silver (and two AA batteries), one could induce a hyperlinear subdimensional vortex that would effectively suck the protons of all of earth's matter thru a tiny straw.

  • JR 711
    JR 711 10 hours ago

    This makes so much sense on a macro level. GR tells us the background or stage (space) is dynamic, therefor QM must take that into account. Einstein tries this in the 1950’s but it was a mess. In 1965 the Wheeler-DeWitt equation attempts this, but is unsolvable... until you utilize the information in the connections of space. Those ideas and that path seems seem like a very logical way to reconcile GR and QM. This is currently my level of understanding and I get lost in the math beyond that, but it seems like the idea for the structure and form of loops comes from the connections utilized in the math. Going from mathematics and abstract understanding to a solid picture is always the hard part. Moving from analogy towards reality. Love this stuff. Graphics guy or team is amazing. Best in the biz.

  • American Enigma _
    American Enigma _ 10 hours ago

    Me after the video : spirituality , what is reality , I exist and don’t exist .... Get slapped Yep, I know I exist .... 😉😄😄

  • MozartificeR
    MozartificeR 10 hours ago

    The bible shows us why they are not talking to us. Re:4:1: After this I looked, and, behold, a door was opened in heaven: and the first voice which I heard was as it were of a trumpet talking with me; which said, Come up hither, and I will shew thee things which must be hereafter. Re:4:2: And immediately I was in the spirit: and, behold, a throne was set in heaven, and one sat on the throne. Re:4:3: And he that sat was to look upon like a jasper and a sardine stone: and there was a rainbow round about the throne, in sight like unto an emerald. Re:4:4: And round about the throne were four and twenty seats: and upon the seats I saw four and twenty elders sitting, clothed in white raiment; and they had on their heads crowns of gold. Re:4:5: And out of the throne proceeded lightnings and thunderings and voices: and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God. Re:4:6: And before the throne there was a sea of glass like unto crystal: and in the midst of the throne, and round about the throne, were four beasts full of eyes before and behind. Re:4:7: And the first beast was like a lion, and the second beast like a calf, and the third beast had a face as a man, and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle. Re:4:8: And the four beasts had each of them six wings about him; and they were full of eyes within: and they rest not day and night, saying, Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, which was, and is, and is to come. Re:5:6: And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth.

  • American Enigma _
    American Enigma _ 10 hours ago

    I am dead and alive at same time now .....

  • Michael Sears
    Michael Sears 10 hours ago

    Astronauts and even Stephen Hawking always asking if there is any life out there but don't know what's under the surface. If people were the aliens telling things have no purpose but work then you could have alien workers.

  • Lauren Doe
    Lauren Doe 10 hours ago

    Actually, the Big Bang did not happen everywhere at the same time - it happened nowhere at no time.

  • Michael Sears
    Michael Sears 10 hours ago

    Are said planets missing methane? Does methane cool the minerals? At the same rate does water store gases and everything like steel? Could you just puncture a part of another planet to allow certain amount of gases out?

  • Mike P
    Mike P 11 hours ago

    My head hurts

  • General Win
    General Win 11 hours ago

    It’s ok for you to say you have no clue! But you try anyway

  • Ludicrous Fun
    Ludicrous Fun 11 hours ago

    _mass energy_

  • José Chalupa
    José Chalupa 11 hours ago

    String Theory is a baby boomer sociological phenomenon. The work done within the field is valuable, the insistence on pursuing it as a description of reality however is irrational and simple cognitive bias. Scientists who worked their whole lives on this problem, whose grants depend on this problem being alive, and whose reputation is just as anchored to this theory, refuse to acknowledge the failure of the theory, since that would mean admitting the convictions and promises made for years are wrong, and have been wrong for a good while, without them noticing it.

  • Lucien Tjin Asjoe
    Lucien Tjin Asjoe 11 hours ago

    Is a heat pump, a solar panel, a sealing boat,,not perpetual, if the sun has perpetual motion?

    • Hambone
      Hambone 9 hours ago

      the sun is not perpetual. it runs off nuclear fusion just like every other star and given enough time will inevitably die out just like every other star

  • Dark Madder
    Dark Madder 11 hours ago

    Wow, Russel Brand just isn't funny anymore...

  • batfly
    batfly 12 hours ago

    Never mind Earth's magnetic field\shield is on the move and about to flip and directly related to ice ages.

  • Kj16V
    Kj16V 12 hours ago

    Hey, sorry I didn't meet you on set. My time machine was running a year late. Can we reschedule for last week?

  • azorthegreat
    azorthegreat 12 hours ago

    How I understand dark matter. Dark matter needs to exist just because some galaxies spinns "2 fast" and have to little visible matter. Culdent it just be that faster rotating galaxies makes them heavier due to the speed thay are traveling.🤷‍♂️ Then we wuldeny need dark matter. This is just a guess 4 why we haven't observed it.

  • Šimon Rataj
    Šimon Rataj 12 hours ago

    Even if there will be quadrillion more humans, there still must be the first 200 billion, if no one was born in the first 0.0000001% of humanity, the other 99.9999999% wouldn't be born at all. So if there will be loads of humans, it's almost inevitable, someone comes with this argument.

  • Damien Thorn
    Damien Thorn 12 hours ago

    How many smelly indians will be killed if the poles shift? I enjoy watching smelly indians getting bashed and I won't know what to do with myself if I can't watch smelly indians getting bashed ever again.

  • Michael
    Michael 12 hours ago

    This is all assuming that the universe exists.

  • Gavin Payne
    Gavin Payne 13 hours ago

    I'm probably going to die in 50 years after that it don't matter to me

  • Henri Bano
    Henri Bano 13 hours ago

    Bye bye "free will", welcome "most likely will"

  • bareknuckles2u
    bareknuckles2u 13 hours ago

    I hate to say it but I think it is quite evident which is more likely: we already have the technology to wipe ourselves out but we are sooooooo far from the technology to inhabit other worlds.

  • David Park
    David Park 14 hours ago

    Love these docs every time. I'm very grateful for these educational videos. Thank you for always making my day PBS Space Time! :)

  • loosetooth mcgoofe
    loosetooth mcgoofe 14 hours ago

    I used a quantum vacuum and I talked to the great snail of the 23rd heaven.. he told me to use android not apple.

  • Willy Kling
    Willy Kling 14 hours ago

    Okay, so the Big Bang could not have happened because before time there could be no cause and effect to create the universe. And they solve this by postulation a eternal universe without a beginning? That sounds like the easy way out, sounds very scientific, sounds like bullshit. I have been told a lie my whole life and since I was 8 everyone avoided my questions about cause and effect telling me that this was too complicated for me to understand and that I should just trust the scientists. Yeah sure, just invent 11 dimensions, branes and unicorns to compute your way out of this. It is just as logical to postulate a creator at this point.

    • Willy Kling
      Willy Kling 3 hours ago

      @The Seeker Who created the creator, and if he created himself, how did he first came up with the idea if he did not yet exist? You don't solve anything by postulating an external creator.

    • The Seeker
      The Seeker 6 hours ago

      Yup, if our universe is eternal, then what caused our eternal universe into existence? Because the cause and effect is how our universe works. Every effect in our universe must have a cause. That’s why the only logical way about the origin of our universe I could think of is that a creator must be outside our universe and created our universe. Because after all, how can a creator, who is inside our universe, created our universe when our universe has not been created in the first place, right?

  • The Gram
    The Gram 14 hours ago

    "How dare you ?" See how these three words eradicates everything this man just said. Clever these lefties? No one has taken anybody's childhood. Most people never grow up.So drop it Greta

  • Best Creations
    Best Creations 14 hours ago

    Whoever developed this game needs to work on balancing. It’s too inconsistent and boring. I’d opt out for a few seasons if the dev didn’t implement a system banning players who left. Some say they can come back but not as the same character but no one can confirm this. Either way this game fucking sucks I hope it gets better eventually and the devs don’t abandon it.

  • ReverendDagwood
    ReverendDagwood 15 hours ago

    yawn. boring

  • Miles Lougheed
    Miles Lougheed 15 hours ago

    Schrodinger's window: It is both snowing and not snowing until you look through the window. It's how I survive the winter.

  • Sweetz H
    Sweetz H 15 hours ago

    Information can’t be destroyed it is infinitely recycled. If perhaps it could be destroyed, than why are you reading this comment. You shouldn’t exist. Considering the Big Bang would have destroyed everything before it mattered. And supervova do eject particles instead of nothing. Even if you could be subjected to the violent explosion of this extreme nature your information would still be there. Just scattered in space time waiting for the right conditions

  • moosehead
    moosehead 15 hours ago

    Quantized Inertia!!!!! It would fit with your videos on hawking radiation and the Unruh effect :)

  • Andrew Reynold
    Andrew Reynold 15 hours ago

    So what propoltion system would UFOs have if not zero point

  • Da Os
    Da Os 15 hours ago

    'refined anthropic principle' = avoiding any kind of commitment

  • scientious
    scientious 16 hours ago

    I was skeptical that this would be informative. And then you mentioned Elon Musk and blew all your credibility. I'm not interested in mythology or click bait and that's pretty much all this video is. Disappointing.

  • Joe Lee
    Joe Lee 16 hours ago

    “To preserve our sanity.....” LOL I started going insane at 9:15

  • JiMin iS A GenTLe dADdy

    i wanna go to the medieval period cause torture devices are interesting 😂

  • Kevin Vince
    Kevin Vince 16 hours ago

    This message was brought to you by JP Morgan and Exxon.

  • True American & No Lies

    What's funny about this whole video is there is already interstellar travel now. There are people and other species of extraterrestrials living on planets in our own solar system. Why does everyone involved with this continue to lie to the public? Think about it, the government nor NASA is ever going to come out and tell us...one reason is there would be alot of people having to answer for lying to the public and to make a long story short...there would be charges brought against people for this reason. So simply do the research yourself and if you dig in the right places and deep enough, then you find out some things that will have you shaking your head because everything we you were taught is a lie. Now you can think I'm crazy if you want, I really don't care and if you do then it's because you don't know the truth and you are thinking exactly how the government wants you to think. Enough said, do your homework and you will find out things that should have been told to the public a long time ago.

  • Jan Söderlund
    Jan Söderlund 16 hours ago

    We are all gonna die!

    • grindupBaker
      grindupBaker 2 hours ago

      Not me because I eat healthy and have no vices at all. The rest of you are all gonna die for sure though.

  • David T
    David T 16 hours ago

    Three words . I don't know. Although they have a few facts to fit many theories. If there is 100 things to know about the universe ,we know 3 maybe 4 . Of the 3 or 4 we know that there is more to know.

  • Lincoln Wilson
    Lincoln Wilson 17 hours ago

    Does this kid know that it rains sulfuric acid from the sky, and the atmosphere is made out of greenhouse gases and is 600 degrees Fahrenheit and has volcanos everywhere mars doesn't have any of that hmm....

  • UnitSe7en
    UnitSe7en 17 hours ago

    This was next to pointless. 180 degrees is almost what the camera was showing without moving anyway, combined with the huge reduction in video quality. ...Why did you even bother?

  • DoctorDistracto
    DoctorDistracto 17 hours ago

    "Real companies are gearing up to mine asteroids... there's no obvious deal breaker here" That is exactly the obvious deal breaker though. Real companies have shareholders who only rarely will pursue profit beyond the current fiscal quarter, let alone will they wait 70 years for their first profit (longer than they'll be alive). Then even if you find a group of shareholders who will wait that long or taxpayers who will subsidize it that long (pure science fiction), then it's... still going to be for profit. You can forget a Dyson swarm, they'll bust up Mars to build baby Yoda dolls and hematite hamburger wrappers to extend how long burgers stay warm. Sorry dude but while the technology exists, no civilization that bases its decisions on the profit motive will ever be capable of deciding to do this.

  • lorenzo petty
    lorenzo petty 17 hours ago

    Because the earth is flat and its only us...2 because we are invisible to eaxh other..3 nasa full of crap

  • rantingrodent416
    rantingrodent416 17 hours ago

    Doesn't this doomsday argument itself predict that almost all observers in the reference class will make wildly inaccurate predictions, and therefore we should assume that we are making a wildly inaccurate prediction?

  • James Flynn
    James Flynn 17 hours ago

    PBS, Prescribed Bull Shit...who's paying for it and who's swallowing the grand bull$hit,?

  • Mavis Twice
    Mavis Twice 17 hours ago

    Bible physics: my (the) scales at rest keep messing up my calculating

  • Pranav Dave
    Pranav Dave 17 hours ago

    I find this guy better. The other guy is so slow that i forget what he said a few seconds before.

  • tall fit
    tall fit 17 hours ago

    I have learned so much from this channel. Thank you, I will be sharing and encouraging donations. I have one burning question that I have not heard or seen addressed..... I learned about virtual particles from this channel and am confident it is a real phenomenom of actual particles and not just a mathmatical cheat. Is there an estimate of the volume of virtual particles.... can virtial particles account for the evasive dark matter/energy that everyone agrees is out there. Or is dark matter's mass (or gravitational pull) simply bleeding over into our dimension from an adjacent parallel dimension. I would love to hear this adressed. Thank you. Jay

  • James Flynn
    James Flynn 17 hours ago

    This fella needs hand puppets so at least children would listen to him!

  • StamX
    StamX 18 hours ago

    We should just mine asteroids for oil.

  • Louis J Saayman
    Louis J Saayman 18 hours ago

    When it comes to the inverse square rule and solving Schrodinger equation we use spherical coordinates. What would a mirror image be in terms of spherical coordinates would it be replacing theta i with - theta i and r with minus r.. obviously for r it would not matter...

  • Laurie Thomas
    Laurie Thomas 18 hours ago

    What is the temperature of a vacuum?