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Comments

  • Malachi Peterson
    Malachi Peterson 55 seconds ago

    This lowkey hurt my brain

  • David Azinger
    David Azinger Minute ago

    He asks the question as if he knows the answer. He's the blind leading the blind.

  • vodka vision
    vodka vision 10 minutes ago

    I'm gonna make a prediction before you answer the question about the ice cubes. I predict that the reason the one in fresh water melts faster is because as the ice cube made of fresh water melts in the salt water, it creates a "shell," of fresh water, similar to the Leidenfrost effect, and it won't mix with the denser salt water. This acts as an insulator and protects the ice from heat transfer in the water. I'll edit it under here whether I'm right. I was right!

  • NukeZ isCOOL76
    NukeZ isCOOL76 11 minutes ago

    December 2019? I remember seeing this in person 2 years ago

  • Stephen Richard
    Stephen Richard 12 minutes ago

    Can you explain why the pressure of a car tire that is off the car doesn’t go up when you put it on the car.

  • Luiz Silva
    Luiz Silva 15 minutes ago

    It becomes even more interesting if you don't assume materialism for a second, for then you can have a glimpse of what theologians mean by describing God as omniscient. He's set the initial state of all systems, he can describe the current one, and change them as He wants as He's outside it. Now, don't get confused by calling this fatalism. Again, just don't assume materialism, then our moral intentions and decisions, that are not part of the material world, can reconcile the materialistic determinism with you being responsible for the good or bad you do. It's even funny how they called that thing "Laplace's demon".

  • Matt H
    Matt H 16 minutes ago

    Regarding the bike question. Would it not depend on if the gear ratio is less than or greater than 1.0? I dunno.

  • CrimFerret
    CrimFerret 30 minutes ago

    Chaos theory along with fractals are probably two of the most important mathmatical concepts that have occurred in my lifetime. The cool thing is both are so simple to demonstrate even if the math may get complex at times.

  • motor head1
    motor head1 30 minutes ago

    But those actions were predetermined and then affected by Schrodingers Cat effect in your own thought s, observation and internal realization of your own actions changed the outcome.. Do the opposite of what you intended.. Lol Einstein followed rabbi Spinoza.

  • Prabhie
    Prabhie 40 minutes ago

    Isn't lorentz attractor similar and explain the great attractor?

  • Gero Nimo
    Gero Nimo 41 minute ago

    Non Equilibrium Beverage!

  • Pixel Radiator
    Pixel Radiator 53 minutes ago

    I made a CD album called Butterfly Effect...

  • Pixel Radiator
    Pixel Radiator 53 minutes ago

    I made a CD album called Butterfly Effect...

  • Kiere Luurs
    Kiere Luurs 55 minutes ago

    The whole point of Celsius is that calibration is easily and exactly reproducible, while Fahrenheit is not. And freezing and boiling are important practical events, hence practical numbers. Saying Fahrenheit is 'better' just because you are used to it, is just simplistic. Same thing for 'But I have to use a decimal in Celsius for a whole numbered Fahrenheit!'. That goes both ways, it's called conversion. And by the way, no weather forecast will say 'It's going to be 25,3 Celsius', simply because no weather forecast is that accurate, and it also does not really matter wether it's 25 or 26.

  • Aditya Dodda
    Aditya Dodda 55 minutes ago

    The solution then is to publish everything (including the uninteresting conclusions). That should ensure that the false positives don't effect as much. All we need now is publishers who really care for science.

  • Cathryn Imhoff
    Cathryn Imhoff Hour ago

    Is this in BYU-I or BYU Utah? I wanna visit it lol

  • Rusins
    Rusins Hour ago

    One of the rare videos that actually explains the logic in an understandable way. Couldn't watch at 2x speed, but at 1x it's clear <3

  • Evuex r6
    Evuex r6 Hour ago

    0:55 I had so many questions like why are they black

  • Pheonix1328
    Pheonix1328 Hour ago

    So the only way to predict the future would be to recieve information from the future itself.

  • Wick Bobby
    Wick Bobby Hour ago

    rip juice wrld

  • Givrally
    Givrally 2 hours ago

    I'm really happy to see Prof. Ghrist's work featured here. I took his calculus course on Coursera and I regularly watch his animations, and they are gorgeous.

  • Pee Wee Gaskins
    Pee Wee Gaskins 2 hours ago

    Wrong channel, this is jurassic park.

  • Seven Laggs
    Seven Laggs 2 hours ago

    3: (V¹+X)/2=2V¹ V¹+X=4V¹ X=3V¹

  • BurgZerg Arcade
    BurgZerg Arcade 2 hours ago

    Ve = 420 time confirmed!

  • Space Science Facttechz

    NAic #spacesciencereserach

  • Greve kalle Von Brundin

    3:54 go do that on mona lisa (hint: not while any guards see you)

  • Dutch Flats
    Dutch Flats 2 hours ago

    OMG! That is SO cool! But about chaotic systems.......Umm......climate?

  • Levi Yeet
    Levi Yeet 2 hours ago

    When u think about it deaf people beat this record thousands of times a day

  • handcannon
    handcannon 2 hours ago

    I read the book "Chaos" when I was in high school. That was at the behest of the only teacher we had who possessed a PhD (which happened to be in biology from the University of Michigan). He wondered if I could explain it to him. I could not, though I do have a reason WHY not. Chaos is not a predictable, though complex science applying mathematical models to determine the future state of controlled systems - it is merely a cry for help. What is amazing to me is that anyone with a brain can try to say with a straight face that they can even IDENTIFY all the variables in a natural system; let alone quantify, rank, and CONTROL them - and it doesn't matter a damn even if you limit that to a man-made system under laboratory conditions. The best we can do is come up with a simple set of general approximations, and then offset that with a dose of "fudge factor" until our predictive calculations somewhat mirror first-hand observation. Also, don't kid yourself that time is the only negative factor affecting even these calculations. Time, proximity, and scope/magnitude all combine to throw a monkeywrench into the applicability of system models. Do I have any advice on handling "chaos"? Not much, other than to keep your models simple and their scope as narrow as possible - and to reboot the model as necessary in order to make predictions better fit with observable data. Beyond that ... some things are best left to God.

  • Om Gopal Mishra
    Om Gopal Mishra 2 hours ago

    It came in Google a few weeks back that an object 5x the speed of light is observed by the hubble telescope ? Is it possible ? What do you think ? "www.newscientist.com/article/2131889-weird-energy-beam-seems-to-travel-five-times-the-speed-of-light/" I will put the link here just in case

  • SAM JOSHUA
    SAM JOSHUA 2 hours ago

    Why Iron Man 1 stuck in space and how he solve it

  • SAM JOSHUA
    SAM JOSHUA 2 hours ago

    Explain about string theory

  • Vatablous Devil
    Vatablous Devil 2 hours ago

    I have tried many password managers and honestly LastPass is the best I have used

  • Raul Salazar
    Raul Salazar 2 hours ago

    i think Bigfoot built the pyramids cuz he would be strong enough to do the job for bananas as payment!!

  • Shedhead
    Shedhead 3 hours ago

    Camera person pissed?

  • LESTER WESTON
    LESTER WESTON 3 hours ago

    more balls than in the house of congress

  • CrawlinKINGsnake gaming

    Is that a scientific america 6 inch apo scope I see behind you?

  • Μαριος Σγουρος

    Who else got anxious and nervous watching this?

  • Nakita Raulerson
    Nakita Raulerson 3 hours ago

    You’re the only white man with black balls

  • iJimmy //
    iJimmy // 3 hours ago

    That kitchen remind me of Beyond Two Soul

  • Brian Morrow
    Brian Morrow 3 hours ago

    Now the real question...is there a way to change the Earths moment of inertia!?

  • Olf Mombach
    Olf Mombach 3 hours ago

    2:28 Immediate 3b1b flashbacks appear

  • LSJ
    LSJ 3 hours ago

    Videos can't do it justice. It was an unreal experience when you see it in person. I was shaking with chills for 15 minutes after it happened.

  • wazz supp
    wazz supp 3 hours ago

    Im gonna make my room like this

  • yosefyahu
    yosefyahu 4 hours ago

    Would not your heart also suffer from atrophy since the work load would significantly reduced in a low gravity environment? Never heard of anyone speak on this subject! This atrophication would also greatly affect your thought processes and nervous system on account of reduced blood flow!

  • DJ Bad boi
    DJ Bad boi 4 hours ago

    If only hawking was here for this another year with out a great man Steven hawking gone but never forgoten❤️😢😢😭😭

  • Dan
    Dan 4 hours ago

    Seems to me like this would relate to the double slit experiment in which the measurement (the observation itself) effects if its a wave or particle. equally here the measurement of one particle is effecting the spin of the other particle. Its the observation,( the consciousness of the scientist) determining the spin. And yes it would seem non locality is real and that there is something faster than light namley thought which is instant in 'speed'.

  • Bruce Liu
    Bruce Liu 4 hours ago

    I wonder what it would look like on a real high-quality slow-mo.

  • Omar Ortiz
    Omar Ortiz 4 hours ago

    How much power is consumed to operate, and how much 8s the cost of materials to create said device.

  • Quick Bite
    Quick Bite 4 hours ago

    Love your videos!

  • Alwin Moral
    Alwin Moral 4 hours ago

    El Psy Kongroo

  • Alexi31415
    Alexi31415 4 hours ago

    Isn't the common notion of butterfly effect actually wrong in the way that even if a very small scale event can cause great consequences, it is actually very unlikely because in a way the attractor really "rules" the system anyway ? I seem to remember a science paper explaining that the probability of large scale effects from tiny events can be so low that no such event ever happens in reality, and even analytically they are so insignificant that they barely exist. It told that butterfly causing hurricanes never happen because the evolution of the global state of the system is driven by the attractor and it will inexorably "push" the state toward some positions in phase space. I am not sure if I understand it well so I have this question : how do you measure the probability of a small scale event to cause large scale effects to happen and how does it apply to butterfly wings and earth's atmosphere ?

  • Another Penguin
    Another Penguin 4 hours ago

    Lol just today my sister bought me a cannister of 'pure cod liver oil' vitamin supplements.

  • Ben
    Ben 4 hours ago

    Travis Scott entered the chat

  • Dylan McGowan
    Dylan McGowan 4 hours ago

    Nobody: Mr Beast: Last to leave anechoic chamber wins $10,000

  • bschena
    bschena 4 hours ago

    I wonder if a FLIR (thermal infrared) camera would help show the temperature difference you are talking about in the ice cube experiment?

  • Artjoms Pugacovs
    Artjoms Pugacovs 4 hours ago

    This video view caused supernova in galaxy m32

  • Luca Gandolfo
    Luca Gandolfo 4 hours ago

    What is we work in more dimensions, and we put the time like a coordinate, and space for little particles is 0???

  • Nucle4r Penguins
    Nucle4r Penguins 4 hours ago

    Any other physics students out there getting StatMech flash backs from this haha

  • JOELLMARKELL
    JOELLMARKELL 4 hours ago

    No one actually believes slaves built these massive structures. NO ONE

  • Bushkangaroo 1959
    Bushkangaroo 1959 4 hours ago

    On “Family Guy” the car 🚘 was designed to be a “Jew” flattener!😂🤣

  • Ridwan zaki
    Ridwan zaki 4 hours ago

    Wait when the cat is stationary shouldn't it be attracted to the wire because the electrons moving will cause them to be contracted relative to the cat so the wire will have a electro negative charge and attract the cat?

  • Tom Finochio
    Tom Finochio 5 hours ago

    This has been debunked

  • That Off-Button
    That Off-Button 5 hours ago

    1 - A counterweight 2 - The bike will stay in playe 3 - don't move at all. 0+0 is still 0 4 - the smoke of the railway engine

  • ursxxx
    ursxxx 5 hours ago

    2019 Nobel prize winner Jim Peebles said, that we can hear bustle like on building place, becouse there is a lot of work and things to understand in cosmology. Someone should send him link to this video and save him from unnecessary hard work ;)

  • chidaki
    chidaki 5 hours ago

    incredibly well done video! top notch animations

    • Givrally
      Givrally 2 hours ago

      They've been made my Prof. Robert Ghrist ! He's a professor for the university of Pennsylvania, he has a youtube channel and a really good calculus course on Coursera. I really recommend you to check his work out.

  • Thomas
    Thomas 5 hours ago

    Here is a head scratcher you didn't cover. (an addendum perhaps?) William Happer argues that if you put more red paint on a red barn it is still red. I.e. that more CO2 is not going to hold in more heat. He presents a computed outcomes showing no more heat held in with doubling CO2 concentration (because it is already held in at that wavelength): flash-player.net/video/j8KxVQFoyT0/video.html&feature=emb_logo Is that data correct? If so what gives? If not, what is the real data?

  • kirby march barcena
    kirby march barcena 5 hours ago

    Whoever thought that a mexican butterfly could cause a tornado in another place didn't expected it would cause this much ruckus.

  • S B
    S B 5 hours ago

    id rather use kelvin then Celsius.

  • demonsluger
    demonsluger 5 hours ago

    hmm i think the meteorologist need to rethink as the weather forecast has been coming worse with the year felt alot more accurare before x)

  • demonsluger
    demonsluger 5 hours ago

    What is the thing holding universe together?

  • Dover
    Dover 5 hours ago

    He doesn't explain how to let the ring fall of your thumb first, although I do have an idea about it.

  • Jay Maple
    Jay Maple 5 hours ago

    Lorenzen equation faze space model looks like two galaxies colliding

  • william Falconry
    william Falconry 5 hours ago

    Deaf people at start of vid: *”Pathetic.!”*

  • Gabriel D
    Gabriel D 5 hours ago

    well done

  • CSXRockford
    CSXRockford 5 hours ago

    record cold the past 20 years, 2018 had 0 deadly tonados in the U.S.

  • GGR TheMostGodless
    GGR TheMostGodless 5 hours ago

    Why couldn't I have these type of professor in engineering school... my teachers were boring; and I'd say un-imaginative!! This guy has IDEAS!! And he plays his intelligence and inventions DOWN compared to some of my teachers who did small things and said it like they had solve a huge problem, this man DID SOLVE huge issues and says so casually that people might not get how great these inventions are.

  • N3KLAZ
    N3KLAZ 5 hours ago

    i have the body of a pig

  • Kobil Shakur
    Kobil Shakur 5 hours ago

    1.5 SSR? Wouldn't it be like just outside of it?

  • deepfried yeehaw
    deepfried yeehaw 6 hours ago

    Wireless Seatbelt: Finally! A worthy opponent! Our battle will be legendary!

  • Pati Pena
    Pati Pena 6 hours ago

    All the colors are so pretty.

  • Andrew Mayo
    Andrew Mayo 6 hours ago

    1 a smaller cylinder 2 forward 3 ? 4 ?

  • Dragonixir
    Dragonixir 6 hours ago

    What if sientist took all the plastic in a wery big bag and fly it up to the black hole Wouldnt it make world cleaner? Why dont they do it? (Sorry for bad english and sorry if this is dumb i just thought if that)

  • The Dreaming Journal

    9:27 camera stop and restart to add in the beat to trick us or just a mess up in the video?

  • Mario David Barrera
    Mario David Barrera 6 hours ago

    Están un poco lejos les gustaría ver algo mejor

  • Peter Clark
    Peter Clark 6 hours ago

    Boils down to 'Who is asking the question? Are they significant?" The answer by the way is 'No' to all applicants. Humans like to think they are but that is also our deepest problem. Our mission is to outlive the Universe. What chance do you give them?

  • Supah Rare Pepe
    Supah Rare Pepe 6 hours ago

    “For want of a nail, the shoe was lost; For want of a shoe, the horse was lost; For want of a horse, the rider was lost; For want of a rider, the battle was lost, For want of a battle, the kingdom was lost!” - Chaos by James Gleick

  • TheJizzler
    TheJizzler 7 hours ago

    What a great video really loved this one.

  • Zhu Bajie
    Zhu Bajie 7 hours ago

    When I was a heat transfer/fluid mechanics engineer I had such a difficult time explaining problems to the machine designer because so many of their designs were much more deterministic. A tightened steel bolt's stress goes up nearly linearly with torque until it breaks. Trends in thermo-fluid systems are often surprising and counter-intuitive in comparison. A dropping inlet temperature of a glycol water mixture cooling a liquid-gas heat exchanger increases its ability to transfer heat then can suddenly drop the ability to transfer heat keeping everything else constant because flow goes from turbulent to laminar and you don't know when or where or what geometry until you calculate it. Gleick's book "Chaos" was one of the first books I read after college and it that confirmed my sinking suspicions about the limits of human understanding.

  • Visual One Studio
    Visual One Studio 7 hours ago

    Science is like the drunk who shows up to your party and starts a fight. He ruins the fun!

  • Martin Alonzo
    Martin Alonzo 7 hours ago

    Not very many vegans there. Like probably none

  • HettGutt
    HettGutt 7 hours ago

    As soon as we see the first graph, we can immediately tell your entire video is junk science.

  • Darth Toast!!!!!!!!!!

    He sounds like pewdiepie

  • Ezekiel Hudson
    Ezekiel Hudson 7 hours ago

    Because a little bug went kerchoo

  • Guglielmo Arnaud
    Guglielmo Arnaud 8 hours ago

    1 sand 2 doesn’t move 3 run three times faster V1 4 the smoke

  • Dabossツ Virakt
    Dabossツ Virakt 8 hours ago

    Whenever the person gets to know or watches the documentary he will come here and make sure to cgive your attendance here

  • MegaSexfanatic
    MegaSexfanatic 8 hours ago

    You can experience zero-g for a fraction of second simply by jumping. BTW he didn't show to us how it was in Moon's gravity. Does he afraid that we'll realize that Moon landing was a hoax?

  • Andris Erglis
    Andris Erglis 8 hours ago

    2:05 Heisenberg is not insignificant. In the end everything is made of atoms. If you want information to be enough for the Demon, he needs to know info about atoms as well. Imagine Shcrodinger's cat.

  • Daniel G
    Daniel G 8 hours ago

    At 4:31 what is the full name he says? Sounds like “Henry planckarray”

  • Kartik
    Kartik 8 hours ago

    *Plays bass boosted music* . . *The whole house burns*