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  • Bobby Smith
    Bobby Smith Ай бұрын +20

    Twenty - six years of learning , being taught by some of the brightest minds most diverse people on the planet ,,so many professors , Doctors, great teachers that i lost track of the number years ago . I want to bring to everyone's attention this magnificent man teaching us today,his abilities to get a message across to us is nothing short of amazing,my hat is off to you sir , Trust me i've had enough teachers to know who is the very best ,you get that award hands down .,thank you for putting forth the effort ,i know you did.

    • Rusty Shakleford
      Rusty Shakleford Күн бұрын

      That’s a great review! I was gonna use this to go to sleep, now it’s on my self improvement playlist. Comment section never lets me down

    • Syphirioth
      Syphirioth Ай бұрын +1

      Context is everything. That why media don't like put things in context these days.

  • BSR
    BSR 3 ай бұрын +33

    Mind blowing presentation and very lucid.Though I am not a science background student,still I could understand. A great presentation and congratulations to all other people who made this documentary possible 👌🙏

    • 4Nanook
      4Nanook Ай бұрын

      Not so lucid as to get the math even close let alone right.

  • Xixi J
    Xixi J 2 ай бұрын +24

    Thank you so very much for this extremely well put together, presented, and filmed documentary. The amount of careful thought put into helping us laypeople understand such a complex topic is extremely appreciated! All the creative ways of explaining an abstract idea is so well done! Thank you to the presenter for such clarity of explanation and positive demeanour. So grateful I can watch this for free and learn invaluable information. I thoroughly enjoyed it! 🙏🙏🙏

    • gav barker
      gav barker 13 күн бұрын

      @Kevin Wimms It's free because he is a professor, and likes explaining difficult to understand elements of reality!

    • Kevin Wimms
      Kevin Wimms 2 ай бұрын +1

      It's free for a reason... to take you away from reality.

  • Mustafa Jaffari
    Mustafa Jaffari 2 ай бұрын +12

    Brilliant, brilliant lecture by Prof Jim Al Khalil, I loved every minute of nearly two hours. He does it by combining several disciplins in Physics.

  • HandyAndy
    HandyAndy 2 ай бұрын +108

    I absolutely LOVE every documentary this guy does. It's so much fun to learn this stuff, and the fact that it is free to the public is just extraordinary.

  • AntsCanada
    AntsCanada Ай бұрын +18

    Love this docu video!👍

    • Rusty Shakleford
      Rusty Shakleford Күн бұрын

      It’s severely underrated. To think of all the people such as myself missing out on great opportunities to listen to such intellectual dudes. Obviously that’s not everyone’s experience (depends on what you’re consuming) but so far it’s been mine haha. I literally learned to fabricate and do some machine work from youtube and make a decent living doing it 😅

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      Chillago Ай бұрын


  • ToneLoc
    ToneLoc 4 ай бұрын +45

    I absolutely love Jim's documentaries. He deals with very tricky (to the layperson) subjects and communicates them impeccably.

  • Omid Waziry
    Omid Waziry Ай бұрын +5

    Thank you very much Mr. Prof. Jim Al Khalili. A marvellous presentation of this hard topic in physics. I love it!

  • Griff
    Griff 2 ай бұрын +62

    This is the first time that I have genuinely understood the double slit experiment and what it meant for light to be both a particle and a wave. And it’s crazier then I imagined.

    • King Willie
      King Willie 5 күн бұрын

      @Syphirioth​ - Fascinating, yet seemingly so obviously true once we realize that an electron is always in motion, even in a stationary state. We can’t see movement at the macro level, however, at the quantum level constant motion is obvious. If I am interpreting your statement correctly it hypothesizes that the outcome of the experiment has more to do with the way our brains work and allows us to observe than anything else. It postulates that a being capable of seeing everything as it actually is all the time might see waves while our brains force us to see particles. Assuming I understand your statement correctly it explains why electrons create an interference pattern when shot one at a time. I have no clue what I’m going on about, but that is my immediate take without giving it much thought and with zero education in physics.

    • Syphirioth
      Syphirioth Ай бұрын +1

      @roundedges2 Yes... Everything observed is observed in fixed frames. Particles don't exist. They are only observed. But that is my opinion. Because when in theory you would freeze the time you will see that moment and that moment alone. One big particle.
      And thats the difference between observing and existence.
      Existence is in motion. Observing is never in the frames per second that existence will be. So we have a problem here.

    • Syphirioth
      Syphirioth Ай бұрын

      @J. What about the particle is just that moment in time the wave is observed? It's never been a particle. It's always a wave and always will be a wave. Observing is just fps. Our observation is just a fixed frame in time.
      Of is dit te simpel? 😉

    • Syphirioth
      Syphirioth Ай бұрын

      @J. Even when Einstein was disproved in video 1 I still do not believe Einstein was wrong.
      He also said that the aether might be there but his theory works without it. He never said it would not exist. But everyone after him thought there was nothing like an eather. And lately we see a similair idea reintroduced.

    • JD Dang
      JD Dang Ай бұрын +1

      I might have missed it, but did the video show how the electrons, when measured, proceeds to act like a particle with no interference pattern?

  • János Dancsó
    János Dancsó Ай бұрын +7

    Perfectly constructed presentation: explains many of my experience from physics, chemistry, and other science experience. Thank you. Thank you Prof Jim Al-Khalili.

  • Daimon Walker
    Daimon Walker 2 ай бұрын +9

    I've watched explanations of the two slit experiments before and thought I understood the magnitude of what we see using this experiment. Only just now watching this has it hit me how crazy that outcome is. I think, in the past when I watched explanations on the experiment, I glossed over the fact that single electrons were fired. My whole world understanding has just been rocked.

    • Zaidrian m
      Zaidrian m 2 ай бұрын

      can you explain more what you mean and why its so crazy?

  • OverSmart
    OverSmart Ай бұрын +38

    This documentary has truly expanded my understanding of the relationship between breathing and our physical and mental states. It's amazing to think that even a small adjustment in our breathing can have such a profound impact. I also appreciate the emphasis on being patient and kind in our interactions with others, regardless of whether they are human or not.😐

    • Rusty Shakleford
      Rusty Shakleford Күн бұрын

      To the confused dude I can’t tag:
      What you get from this video will vary from very educational-not at all. Understand that your current understanding wasn’t always as great and may not be as great as you believe. Keep an open mind

    • Pink Freud ..
      Pink Freud .. 5 күн бұрын

      ​@Merle Williams No it isnt, They havent been extinct that long You're talking about thylacine.

    • Merle Williams
      Merle Williams 14 күн бұрын +3

      @oversmart77 What ARE you talking about? I guess you watched a different video and put the comment here? Wierd.

  • Michelle Keith
    Michelle Keith 4 ай бұрын +87

    I agree with the comment below. I've practically studied my way into degrees on here. The beauty of life is magnified when coupled with knowledge. The fact that the morning glories opened with the rising sun always gave a smile. Now , the process and it's reasoning are no longer a secret to me, but instead it's more of a connection to the secret world around me . A Spark in the abyss🤗❤️

    • Imcan Kami
      Imcan Kami 2 ай бұрын

      We've pain&fear, peace, temptation, & motivation, perception, doubt & believe. Valuing many correlation, meaning many integration & disintegration. Labelling many purpose, then we've reality. We attach to those things. what do we need to do, if we feel empty & confuse?

    • Linda Hansen
      Linda Hansen 2 ай бұрын

      @Thomas BBut… being of understanding in this Field for the masses would make it easier for the person with that degree to be more appreciated for what they sacrifice to make the world a better place ! Being stupid or dumbed down as the education system has sneakily accomplished . I’m 60 and videos such as these have opened up a path of understanding I would have never received . ❤

    • Christian Soldier
      Christian Soldier 2 ай бұрын +1

      ATTENTION!!!!! Is your heart right with God? We can not hide our sins for God. Jesus Christ loves you and He died for your sins. Repent and put your faith in Jesus as your Lord and Savior and you will be saved. Matthew 4:17 ...Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.

    • Peter Plotts
      Peter Plotts 3 ай бұрын

      @Dion McGee
      That's very kind of you, Dion. Merry Christmas. By the way, as I see it, the pagan holiday foreshadowed something more profound. But that's just my opinion. Happy New Year to you, and be well.

    • Dion McGee
      Dion McGee 3 ай бұрын

      @Peter Plotts it's great to hear that some people still have curiosity and a love of knowledge.
      Couldn't help but notice the good ole Abyss was mentioned. Of "When you stare into the abyss, the abyss stares back." fame.
      I was thinking that must be one hell of a spark to actually illuminate that pit.
      "The more I understand, the more I realize how little I understand."
      Seems apt in discussions of this sort.
      Merry Christmas, enjoy the ancient pagan holiday- co-opted by christianity.
      It's all good.

  • Inanovalis Inc.
    Inanovalis Inc. 2 ай бұрын +5

    Incredibly well presented....the best documentary I have ever watched .......such a scientific elegance to explain a very hard topic to understand. Congrats to Professor Al-Khalili !

  • thersten
    thersten Ай бұрын +3

    This video is stuffed full of annoying ads yet i would be willing to watch a million more ads for this quality entertainment. Spark and Dr. Al-Khalili deserve all the money in the world for sharing their knowledge with us. 🙏❤️

    • erati
      erati 11 күн бұрын

      It's a BBC production, was on BBC4 in the UK.

  • Joe Pro
    Joe Pro Ай бұрын +5

    Thanks for this, very interesting to hear of its physical reaches in biological functions. I came across some experiment with twins/ triplets on how the brain functions when under stress and how it also made a resemblance in the other twin/ triplet brain (under brain sensor) at the same time, even before hand.... which was awesome to see

  • Rob C
    Rob C 2 ай бұрын +8

    Great video. I can’t help but think of other theories…for example when you speak of electrons going through slits, first thing that comes to mind for me is that the electron is either deflected by other air molecules before it hits the screen (Plinko effect or Galton board effect) or that the electrons cause a domino effect with other electrons in the air. Either way causing a wave like pattern on the screen on average. I would also think that since molecules are all close together, the idea of entanglement may also play a part through energy sharing, balancing etc.

  • PabloDaProducer
    PabloDaProducer 2 ай бұрын +4

    This was the most understanding I've ever gotten about quantum physics from one video ..thank you

  • King Salomi
    King Salomi 4 ай бұрын +30

    I can't say thank you enough to the researchers and scientist and experimenters that help put in the work to get this great information and understanding about our world and or selves and our universe.

  • Monica Felstead
    Monica Felstead 3 ай бұрын +5

    I love how well he explains these complex concepts and yet he will still get silly. Trying to push the ball into his university building, sniffing miniature scent explosions, balancing two cans in a wave pool, good stuff!

  • Ken Trader
    Ken Trader 2 ай бұрын +7

    I appreciated how he prefaced alot of the segments with “it is my belief” instead of presenting everything as proven facts like some documentaries try to do.

  • Suleiman Qaisi
    Suleiman Qaisi 2 ай бұрын +2

    No one explain physics like Jim Al Khalili does!!

  • Maggie O
    Maggie O 2 ай бұрын +3

    Thank you for sharing all the education you have given on this community channel, it is very much appreciated. Sending love to all of you there from all of us here in Ontario Canada. ❤️🎶⛄☃️

  • Inna
    Inna 2 ай бұрын +2

    The famous anecdote: when a person who is 120 years old is asked how they managed to live that long; the old person answers--"never argue with anyone", and the curious Jack screams, "but that's impossible" and the old one answers: "you are absolutely right!" )) All scientists are right, they are each explaining a different angle of that What makes Life and Reality to be. Nothing is wrong and nothing is right, it is as if arguing, is the Sun solid or Ever-changing. Great Video, makes One to experience reality! Thank You.

  • Matt Graves
    Matt Graves 5 ай бұрын +63

    These are the best kinds of physics videos.
    Lots of easy explanations with cool visual examples.
    And an outstanding host.
    Thank you for this!

  • Apakan Saja
    Apakan Saja 3 ай бұрын +5

    You need to be a philosopher for a scientist to understand the Quantum World.

  • Gustavo Lemke Truppel
    Gustavo Lemke Truppel 2 ай бұрын +2

    I've finished the first part of the video (I haven't seen the second yet) but i like very much to try and fit all the experimental chaos into new explanations (i mean... like every other physicist, except I'm just a brazilian architect). And this explanation got me thinking: if matter is a state of energy (E=mc²), tiny particles/waves seem like the in betweet state, like if energy was water vapor, particles were ice cubes and waves were... water. The middle density. Plasma would be... idk, gravitrons, maybe? And on the limit of the spectrum would be a dark hole. I mean, if we could fit more energy in the same space-time without a particle releasing it as movement or heat or whatever. And the limits of each state are correlated with the light speed constant, and the biggest the density the more predictable/deterministic the "particle"/"energy point" behaves and... i don't know, I'm just throwing out thoughts that i would love to explore but i don't have the knoledge to and maybe, just maybe, someone with that knoledge will see this mess and find a part of it that actually makes sense and do something about it.
    Well, better go back to my drawings.

  • Nubia
    Nubia 2 ай бұрын +4

    This was AMAZING. I’m a spiritual life coach & so much this is relevant in what I teach. I also make 100% organic beauty products! It gave me a freah perspective & a new approach! Thank you & I appreciate this channel beyond words! Bravo!! 🔥🔥🔥

  • Ashish Sharma
    Ashish Sharma Ай бұрын +5

    Loved the way you presented ... Even an uneducated one like me could grasp the basic ideas explaining quantum mechanics ...
    Thanks a lot for sharing

  • sub3
    sub3 Ай бұрын +2

    For the first time in my life i understood the Double slit theory, for the first time in my life i understood something about Quantum physics. I love watching this type of documentaries without never understanding a damn thing, don´t ask me why, heh. The man in this video explains it so slow and well. Thank you so much

  • richene flowease
    richene flowease 4 ай бұрын +20

    wow! blown away at the production of this video. Very well done...Obviously must have taken so many hours of hard work which i am immensely grateful for.. ... amazing documentary!

    • Caroline Kuo
      Caroline Kuo 4 ай бұрын +2

      YES I'm impressed by this video too. The bit about electrons the more of it you throw at something doesn't appear to have increased affects.

  • J Jayne
    J Jayne 2 ай бұрын +4

    🤯🤯🤯i love getting my mind blown every so often...🤤 I'm going to have to listen/watch this a couple few times. 💜
    Fantastic video...many thanks! 🥰

  • Jack Show
    Jack Show 2 ай бұрын +6

    Thank you for opening our eyes, to the quantum physics. This personally inspires me to study more cross work between quantum physics, dimensions and free will.

    • kws767
      kws767 Ай бұрын

      @Party Hard Play Hard Gaming Yes. It has been predetermined. He just doesn't know it yet LOL

    • Party Hard Play Hard Gaming
      Party Hard Play Hard Gaming Ай бұрын

      If free will actually exists at this point.

  • Jack Show
    Jack Show 2 ай бұрын +1

    Now and then a superb narrator delivers a superb program.Truly complies with Einsteins descriptions of utter elegance utter simplicity utter comprehension for children.

  • The Thai Life
    The Thai Life Ай бұрын +3

    This video actually changed my life. I'm shocked and inspired. Thank you.

  • gav barker
    gav barker 13 күн бұрын

    I've currently been trying to understand the theory of relativity, quantum physics and the curvature of space time. Now I need to work out quantum entanglement and Einsteins quantum what what ..... think i need to watch it again!!!! Brilliant work, Great analogies, keep up the good work Jim.

  • Albeeh
    Albeeh 3 ай бұрын +6

    Thanks, Jim, for making us the lay audience coming to grips with this important subject. As a sociologist I get the impression that the philosophical and social implications are simply profound and that quantum science is at the foundation of society and social life...

  • Plons0Nard
    Plons0Nard Күн бұрын

    I did not understand any of this. As a beta person it is hard to let go of known laws in physics. I recently attended a wonderfull course by Prof Pierre Capel and got introduced to this. It is hard since logic is out of the window. But I love it !
    Thank you for this beautifull journey 👍👏🇳🇱❤

  • Chris Hall
    Chris Hall Ай бұрын +1

    Thank you very much for this video.
    I found it very entertaining and funny and appreciate the work and sacrifices you made to watch and comment on Kent’s nonsense 👍

  • van man
    van man Ай бұрын +1

    One of the finest quality docu' channels... Cheers mate 🙂👍🏻

  • Jim Pickard
    Jim Pickard 2 ай бұрын +8

    I remember at school many years ago, being baffled by the fact that an electrical current will always make circuit via the 'path of least resistance'. How does it know which is the path of least resistance without trying them all ? Surely this duality of particle and wave function of electrons is the answer there too ? But I was never taught that at the time.

    • Jake Tardy
      Jake Tardy Ай бұрын +1

      @Jim Pickard Unless like water, electricity follows a similar principle to gravity of some sort that we just dont have any understanding of, trying every path at once and taking the quickest upon observation as I think quantum mechanics would say (Please tell me if i have that wrong) could be the answer, but aslso if in not mistaken quantum mechanics is so astounding because its impossible to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that its true because its unobservable, so its just as much possible there is some other force pushing electricity down the path of least resistance even if it doesnt know it yet like water doesnt know until the earths gravitational pull pushes it that way right?

    • Jim Pickard
      Jim Pickard 2 ай бұрын +3

      @John Falero You are not dumb John, but you have to remember that water acts according to gravity and will flow from higher to lower even if that means taking more than one route at once. Over time a stream will erode a path which the water will follow from then on. Electricity though flows from A to B at the speed of light (depending on resistance) by the most efficient path without going down them all to find out which is best. It seems to know in advance which route to take. Spooky.

    • John Falero
      John Falero 2 ай бұрын

      I always imagined it was the same as the way water from rivers find there path to the ocean. Or am I being dumb?

  • SC Lakdar
    SC Lakdar 2 ай бұрын +1

    Awesome, astonishing & helpful. What a treat to listen to this (which I will do several times). Gratitude !!!

  • Howard Hutley
    Howard Hutley 5 ай бұрын +19

    Jim Al Khalili is a superb teacher. He has brought me, who had reached what was A level physics, and forgotten it for fifty plus years , to a renewed interest in physics and the wider scientific developments.

  • Sergejs Ločmelis
    Sergejs Ločmelis 2 ай бұрын +1

    wow. without knowing physics, I listened 2 hours of quantum physics and got the idea. You are a born educator.

  • Maharlika NLP
    Maharlika NLP  24 күн бұрын

    Chemical molecules are playing music to our noses.
    That is so beautiful. I don't know why, it made me cry. Thank you for making something mysterious beautifully easy to appreciate and behold.

  • ella 101
    ella 101 2 ай бұрын +3

    Amazing. Wish they showed these shows in schools.

  • Lacey Lewis
    Lacey Lewis 2 ай бұрын +2

    It’s about life lessons and being on the right path and following our instincts. And we are constantly being sent messages from our guardian angels and spirit angels. When you look at certain times, or when you see certain things that you were just talking about you can literally manifest stuff. We truly really are so powerful if everyone knew this who knows what the world could be so I believe that’s one of the reasons why they want to keep it hidden because some people wouldn’t be able to comprehend it in the thought of the reality not being with a thought it was, would send people into a decimal word spiral. But if you do it right, you can make life amazing we live forever we just are humans for so long. We are humans to build up our level of consciousness we keep repeating life until we learn all of our life lessons and realize it is about love hope and faith and spreading the word. And then, when we die, we’re going to a higher consciousness I think that’s what it’s all about is different levels of consciousness and then at some point you get on the level of the universe is beautiful and amazing it really is

    • stereotype
      stereotype Ай бұрын

      @SCENIC MUSIC VIDEOS what verse?


      On the quantum tunneling- I found this interesting ,that in the new testament it says after Christ's resurrection he walked right threw the wall

  • Patricia Murphy
    Patricia Murphy 2 ай бұрын +1

    This is all very fascinating. As they say, 'we are all connected' 💖

  • Mario Mewis
    Mario Mewis 5 ай бұрын +24

    Thank you Jim for your easy to understand explanations

    PEZ RC & HOBBY 3 ай бұрын +1

    What a well laid out documentary

  • Donald Amaele
    Donald Amaele 3 ай бұрын +3

    Change the rate of how you breathe, changes in muscles and mind happens. A bit of force from the right muscles combined at the right time in a quiet environment atmosphere is a miracle in itself. That being must be patient and during communication kind to others, whether or not they are human or not.

  • S Spencer
    S Spencer 2 ай бұрын +4

    This is an excellent video - easy to understand with extremely clear and creative demonstrations. Thank you.

  • Michele Beuttel
    Michele Beuttel Ай бұрын +1

    The universe or reality is not “unknowable”. Mystery is Infinitely Knowable- very different definition and true😊

  • Luka Talijan
    Luka Talijan 2 ай бұрын +4

    DAMN the DNA bit BLEW MY MIND I feel rush going trough me. At some level I think this will be life changing.

  • Kyle Pinckard
    Kyle Pinckard 5 ай бұрын +6

    That was one of the most fun documentaries I've watched. Especially watching you try to cram that giant ball through a door while the credits roll. This was absolutely brilliant. Thank you!

  • Phillip Imsdahl
    Phillip Imsdahl 3 ай бұрын +2

    This is truly amazing I had to stop the video every so often so I could worship. It is rather long and detailed but worth your time.

  • Elmo Lewis
    Elmo Lewis 3 ай бұрын +3

    A remarkable video, as usual, from Professor Al-Khalili.

  • Iggy Price
    Iggy Price 2 ай бұрын +2

    Reality may defy common sense but it still might help reality for more people to have common sense.

  • D. Thomas
    D. Thomas 2 ай бұрын +10

    I love quantum physics, I've listened to and read numerous books and just like now I'm always struck by the verse.
    "He is before all things, and in Him all things hold together. "
    Col 1:17

  • Gabe Lee
    Gabe Lee Ай бұрын +2

    now this is what i am talking about. real knowledge i hunger for. thank you and please keep it going. its food for my brain and soul

  • GG
    GG 5 ай бұрын +16

    What a great time to live. Love all the new discoveries, expressions and music from that time. It was the birth of many things.

  • Michelle Martin
    Michelle Martin 2 ай бұрын +1

    Shalawam and thanks so much brethren. Amazing how many of these true scientific investors are or where people of God 💕🙏🤗🕯️🐑🔥

  • Francisca Herrera Crisan
    Francisca Herrera Crisan 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you so much for the in-depth quality of each explanation, illustration of the different hypothesis in the history of science....I am really amazed and grateful for all the persons who at the first place had the intention and vision to create this fascinating educative material. The sens of humour, the clarity, the metaphores, analogies, the images and examples, the fact that it takes place in labs and in nature...so much to celebrate in this documentary!!! To my opinion, it avoids both very common flaws of this kind of documentaries: oversimplification and overcomplexification...I am myself someone who just couldn't understand at school the rules of physics, chemistry and biology...and it was really frustrating because I wanted to understand as much as I could our reality...So I somehow believed I just couldn't access this decisive understanding...Today, many decades later, I discover this fantastic creation of yours and it instantaneously reconnected me with this fascination and genuine love for how the living forces that sustain life are creating this reality we all live in, raising so many questions about the puzzle of life and its infinite enigmas and mysteries. Thank you so much!! I will definitely watch it several times.

  • Falicar
    Falicar 2 ай бұрын +2

    There isn’t a better video to nap listening to on your day off. Thanks!

  • Debra Bodem
    Debra Bodem 2 ай бұрын +1

    Brilliant teacher I understood everything that he said the first time loved him. Thank you.

  • David Reed
    David Reed Ай бұрын +1

    I wonder if there is a way to tell if a particle has tunelled through something, if so maybe we could use this to find out what objects are between a distant star or galaxy and us

  • Andrew
    Andrew 4 ай бұрын +23

    No matter how many times I watch this, (and many other videos by your channel), it never fails to blow my mind. Such an exciting field and you guys do an absolutely amazing job breaking it down & making it entertaining.

    • B C
      B C 4 ай бұрын

      unit uùù

  • Glenn Quagmire
    Glenn Quagmire 3 ай бұрын +4

    Fantastic production! Enhances and conditions me to think outside the boxes.

    DARSGAUTH 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you for your curiosity. It is always very interesting how you can explain quantum .

  • mary kraics
    mary kraics Ай бұрын +1

    I am still fascinated by light and gravity. Those two things are mysterious.

    • roundedges2
      roundedges2 Ай бұрын

      Especially Gravity. How can energy to hold moons, planets in orbit never wear out? That's perpetual motion isn't it? There's supposed to be some kinda law against that..

  • Anonymously good
    Anonymously good 2 ай бұрын +7

    I have felt so many new brainwaves in my head whilst watching this video , it was almost like my brain upgraded or something , although I'm just a few months after my 21st birthday , this might just be a turning point in my life , I felt like a few new doors have been opened , and a few unexplainable scenarios that I had lived before , are explained now , in perfect detail .

    • kws767
      kws767 Ай бұрын

      I remember the first time I tripped mushrooms

  • Erik ErXoN
    Erik ErXoN 2 ай бұрын +2

    what an amazing documentary!

  • Michael Shultz
    Michael Shultz 4 ай бұрын +21

    Science and Physics are so wonderfully fun. And the best of all is you can never stop discovering new things as one new discovery always leads to an infinite number of more questions to be explored and answered.

    • Cole
      Cole 4 ай бұрын +1

      @Endo_ Alley yeah.,.......... The Bomba.🤬

    • Endo_ Alley
      Endo_ Alley 4 ай бұрын +5

      It's all fun and games until somebody starts using mathematical equations.

  • Sandy Adkins
    Sandy Adkins 2 ай бұрын +1

    1887 was a good year of learning and energy is quite fascinating if you pay attention! The closest thing to the sun is a halogen bulbAnd blue light is well interesting video I enjoy others thoughts ✨🎧

  • Mthobeli Nathan Heshu
    Mthobeli Nathan Heshu 2 ай бұрын +3

    Wow! Amazing explanation of quantum physics & mechanics. It's my first time getting somebody to explain it. Thank you for posting 👏

  • Carla Martin
    Carla Martin 2 ай бұрын +1

    Wonderful. Thank you so much for uploading. I really love this. Thank you again so much.

  • SysterEuropa
    SysterEuropa 2 ай бұрын +3

    Truly well done. This subject was superbly analyzed and produced.

  • jimmycxc1
    jimmycxc1 Ай бұрын +1

    Excellent video! So well explained. Wish I had professors like you at school. But if I understand correctly, the weakening magnetic field of the earth is going to cause havoc on earth's residents. Also, why did you leave the safety vest on the stair rail at around 39 minutes?

  • Rob Rob
    Rob Rob 4 ай бұрын +4

    Jim is da bomb! I've seen/read almost every piece of work he has done and every last one is actually exciting and easy to focus on!

  • Squirrel 2020
    Squirrel 2020 2 ай бұрын +5

    I love how this guy is going around riding bikes and jumping into pools just to give this little demonstrations it makes it really cool.

  • Jenny Ramos
    Jenny Ramos Ай бұрын

    I love how he just parks the red ball everywhere lol ❤

  • tt bromb
    tt bromb 2 ай бұрын +8

    He basically just summed up most of what school failed to teach us in 2 hrs. I feel like teachers teach us to remember the answers rather than actually learning about how things work.

    • StrizFPS
      StrizFPS Ай бұрын +1

      That is exactly what they teach you. They teach you how to remember correct answers so that you can write it on a test. They don't care if you understand it, they only care how they rank compared to other schools based on you answering test questions correctly.
      Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying the teachers don't care about the students. It's just that the institution doesn't care what the teacher thinks or feels. The teacher has one job: to make sure you answer questions correctly. Anything beyond that, whether or not the teacher wants to actually teach you and make sure you have an understanding, is irrelevant to the institution.
      If the teacher can't do both, and prioritizes your understanding over your ability to memorize the correct answer, you won't see that teacher again next year or next semester. They're not performing for the institution.
      This is why the education system has failed. In multiple countries across the globe.

  • Short Circuit
    Short Circuit 3 ай бұрын +29

    "We are all born with the knowledge of the universe ✨️ we just need to be reminded that's all." - Shane M. Douglas

    • Short Circuit
      Short Circuit Ай бұрын +2

      @J. you will agree one day when you realize you have been conformed by this world and limited to what knowledge you own within it.

    • joshrawks21
      joshrawks21 Ай бұрын +1

      @van man yes very good album 👌🏽

    • van man
      van man Ай бұрын +2

      @joshrawks21 *Enigma... I have the album on CD myself... "Vive Le Roi, Le Roi Est Mort"... Cracker, isn't it ?.. 🙂👍🏻 I too have always liked that line....

    • J.
      J. Ай бұрын

      Highly disagree

    • joshrawks21
      joshrawks21 Ай бұрын +3

      There is no teacher
      Who can teach anything new
      He can just help us to remember
      The things we always knew - Egnima

  • Kings king Mr
    Kings king Mr 2 ай бұрын +1

    I read a book called becoming super natural by Dr. Joe Spenza or something like that, and he kinda explained how you can think reality into existence, think about technology, and when mankind came into existence, we have came a long way by thinking things into reality that we once couldn't dream of until we see it

    • Kings king Mr
      Kings king Mr Ай бұрын

      @Phil Tharrington I guess we can call it sub reality, if there is such a thing

    • Phil Tharrington
      Phil Tharrington Ай бұрын +1

      @Kings king Mr Exactly, i see your point on that instance because I've experienced Astral Projection and left my body and returned to it at will while seeing by physical body asleep on the bed but it wasn't the same dimension. So how is it reality if not the same world is the question.

    • Kings king Mr
      Kings king Mr Ай бұрын

      @Phil Tharrington I day dream of things sometimes, I don't control what I'm thinking of its like a real dream and sometime it comes into existence and then it feels like deja vu

    • Phil Tharrington
      Phil Tharrington Ай бұрын

      Technology is more than thinking something into existence because there is also physical work involved and parts that must work together.

    • Phil Tharrington
      Phil Tharrington Ай бұрын

      @Kings king Mr That sounds like a good description of delusional, so how can illusion become reality or how can you think an illusion into existence?

  • Dean Hallgarth
    Dean Hallgarth 5 ай бұрын +7

    A very high quality video . Great production values . A great presentation 👏

  • SlackersIndustry
    SlackersIndustry 3 ай бұрын

    after learning about the weirdness of quantum mechanics u dont know how i go through everyday life now

  • Alex Novickis
    Alex Novickis 2 ай бұрын

    thank you so much for yet again re-awakening my love of science

  • Kumoito jp
    Kumoito jp Ай бұрын +3

    I watched this series is on Curiosity Stream. Us living in a program or simulation would also explain all of this. That’s scary. 😮

  • Kristy Alberton
    Kristy Alberton 3 ай бұрын

    Amazing explanation! Thank you!

  • starter kit
    starter kit Ай бұрын

    That experiment with the card and the slots, I am convinced that it all is in the numbers.
    With a finite set, the numbers will augment each other each time when they are drawn.
    Interesting, also the set will loop indexes over each number, and return the value of the entire set, if it was dealt with.

  • Zoila A
    Zoila A 3 ай бұрын +7

    I love listening and watching Professor Jim Al-Khalili, he makes everything interesting and easy to understand. I have watched this episode many times and never get tired...thank you Professor 🧡

    • Zoila A
      Zoila A 3 ай бұрын

      @CBEdits 😏thanks genius

    • CBEdits
      CBEdits 3 ай бұрын

      They've been telling us this same story for 100 years. Over and over and over and over.
      I cant even get my shoes on to even get ready to start understanding why you would watch this more than 0.001 times

    • zer00rdie
      zer00rdie 3 ай бұрын +1

      Sounds like hes spitting in my ear, love it.

  • Scorch429
    Scorch429 3 ай бұрын +4

    I feel like the answer with quantum entanglement has to do with time. You are measuring the objects at different times, and its impossible to measure them at the exact same instant - you can always get a more accurate time. And I think the underlying property has to do with what really going on in reality - everything is happening, literally everything that can, is happening, and we're just following one specific path/branch of reality.

  • Rusty Shakleford
    Rusty Shakleford Күн бұрын

    A+ content! Truly brilliant!

  • honeybadger Luke
    honeybadger Luke 2 ай бұрын

    It makes me feel as if I am in a computergame where the player who is on control is messing with my mind, my experience. I believe more and more that I'm just living in a simulation.

    • marzeepants
      marzeepants Ай бұрын +1

      Yeah, especially spooky action at a distance. I just can't think of a more plausible explanation other than a simulation. Maybe the REAL reality doesn't contain quantum paradoxes, particle-wave duality, etc. In the REAL reality, the double slit experiment works like Newtonian physics would predict.

  • Mystery D
    Mystery D 2 ай бұрын +5

    I never subscribe to these types of channels. But there I went. This is so interesting.

  • Nexus545
    Nexus545 2 ай бұрын +3

    I used to love Jim's documentaries but I haven't seen any in a long time. Nice upload!

  • Miguel
    Miguel 5 ай бұрын +7

    I understand entanglement a lot better now. Thanks, Jim! You're amazing!

  • ExcuseMyLunacy
    ExcuseMyLunacy 2 ай бұрын +2

    i was listening to this video and fell asleep, then woke up and instantly went into the weirdest sleep paralysis i’ve experienced, it felt like i was falling through a black hole. and my mind felt like it was overloaded with sensation. weird

    • roundedges2
      roundedges2 Ай бұрын

      Wow,--and I felt like I was entangled with you and spinning the exact opposite. Crazy!

  • P S
    P S 2 ай бұрын +3

    Thank you! I tried to understand this subject in the past and no other video was explained in such a way. You had the right amount of terminology and common language along with visuals of experiment that made it simple to wrap your head around in order to understand it without feeling it as something far fetched due to any abstract explanation. It's a great feeling to be able to enjoy such rich content.

  • Jeremy Gonzalez
    Jeremy Gonzalez Ай бұрын

    The information presented in this video is very informative and you will most likely walk away with some new knowledge but why is the music not listed? It would be nice to able to listen to some of the music on my downtime lol specifically the song around 24:20