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What Actually Are Space And Time?

  • Жарияланды 2023 ж. 22 Нау.

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  • Francis
    Francis 7 ай бұрын +2504

    I’ve literally started pursuing graduate degrees in physics because of this channel. Thank you for igniting my own passion in science.

    • Sam Khoury
      Sam Khoury 11 күн бұрын


    • Dav
      Dav 25 күн бұрын

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    • mutalix
      mutalix 29 күн бұрын

      From a fellow traveling the same path, I Congratulate you!
      I wish you well on your pursuit, we need people like you, now more than ever, a populace that understands science, methodology, it's role in our society and lives and ultimately help us problem solve issues we will undoubtedly keep running into for a myriad of things is something we sorely need more of.
      Don't give up, keep going, your passion will be the fuel to see you to the end!

    • BlueStone Amps
      BlueStone Amps Ай бұрын


  • coreofapples
    coreofapples Ай бұрын +241

    Thank you for all that you do. This channel, along with your sister channel History of the Earth, have genuinely helped me through some difficult times the last year or so. Sometimes its just nice to remember how unimaginable it is that we are lucky enough to be here in the first place. Much love.

    • Tim
      Tim 10 күн бұрын

      Well said brother

    • Artist Of Blender
      Artist Of Blender 13 күн бұрын +3

      Much better if you gave this money to a poor person. But you my friend, chose show off!

    • Steve Carras
      Steve Carras 27 күн бұрын


  • icepool02
    icepool02 3 ай бұрын +205

    in the last several years of watching physics and cosmology lectures on youtube, this is the first one that explained the logical leaps that lead to our current theories of the universe. the impression i've gotten before is that einstein and all the others were some sort of crazy geniuses that came up with fantastical assumptions that happened to be correct. it was very refreshing and grounding to actually be able to follow the how and why these ideas came about

    • john biggins
      john biggins 7 күн бұрын

      Einstein was a puppet

    • Jay lol
      Jay lol 20 күн бұрын +2

      Exactly, I had a similar sort of understanding but this series makes it plain: Neils Bohr, Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking, all of them would not have accomplished what they did without each other's work. Although in the case of Newton it goes back even further, without all the mathematics work of people even further back in the past, he would've had no basis to invent calculus. They all had to learn everything from A to B to create C.

    • The Nature of Nurture
      The Nature of Nurture 27 күн бұрын +1

      ​@IcanFartLOUD To be fair, technically, so is Newton and every theorist before. We know that we can not have a complete understanding and thus or models will only be consistent with known reality until that point.

    • IcanFartLOUD
      IcanFartLOUD Ай бұрын +2

      Einstein is wrong

    • John Dersion
      John Dersion Ай бұрын +6

      We stand upon the backs of giants. And some day, our backs will be the giants in which our future stands upon.

  • Eva Lopez
    Eva Lopez 2 ай бұрын +20

    Loved how some specific subjects can destroy your brain, like: time, gravity (and what is a "force"), visualizing an object in "higher" dimensions, conceiving infinity, the end of your own perception. Compare to those, understanding how our own brain works seems like a peace of cake, yet we still don't know that one either.

    • arenaplay
      arenaplay 15 күн бұрын +1

      Yesss this is so scary 😭 I sometimes try to avoid thinking about this

  • Lindsay Uittenbogaard
    Lindsay Uittenbogaard Ай бұрын +21

    These videos are just utterly incredible - I cannot believe I don’t have to pay tons for a box set. Amazing concept choices, narrative, visuals, just brilliant ❤🎉

    • Kjell Adrian
      Kjell Adrian 11 күн бұрын

      It's just the commercials doing their magic. ;)

  • Jason Yee
    Jason Yee 13 күн бұрын +3

    Out of all the masterpieces this channel releases, this episode truly stands out. Through the music, the writing, and the narration...how this episode conveyed the eventual darkness that everything in our universe will meet is of the highest quality. Utterly terrifying but at the same... enlightening. Bravo!

  • Paul Caple
    Paul Caple 4 ай бұрын +250

    These videos, along with the History of the Earth ones, are probably the best produced and highest quality on KZclip.
    Not only beautifully presented and narrated, it has this almost poetic quality. Then there is the shocking mind-expanding content, like undergoing a form of deep meditation.

    • IcanFartLOUD
      IcanFartLOUD Ай бұрын

      You're easily manipulated

    • Richárd Kutsera
      Richárd Kutsera Ай бұрын

      @Norman Gensler A possibility is if Multiverse is a thing, than to find a way to escape into another, younger universe, before this one comes to an end.

    • joe chia
      joe chia Ай бұрын

      Audio, visual, everything is so on point!

    • Alan Silva
      Alan Silva 2 ай бұрын +4

      Excatly. I'm glad someone mentioined History of the Earth. I've just watched "What Was The First Fungus?" and I found it amazing!

  • Johannah Underwood
    Johannah Underwood 4 ай бұрын +81

    I came to this by chance (or was it predetermined?) when it began to play after something completely unrelated ended. I looked at my tablet and saw its subject matter, and being interested in science fact and fiction I let it play. This is one that I know I will come back to again and again. It's genuinely fascinating, well explained, and the narration and music are relaxing to take in. I'm going to subscribe now and listen to your other videos.

    • Dizma
      Dizma Күн бұрын

      Thinking about determinism gets my mind looping. For if determinism is real, then it was determined that I would think of determinism. And that too, would have been determined. 😅

    • BeeUndercover
      BeeUndercover 19 күн бұрын +1

      Sometimes KZclip's algorithm actually comes up with something worth your time 🙂

    • Nabi Rasch
      Nabi Rasch Ай бұрын

      Not likely 'predetermined'. As random as your existence.

    • Lacey Lewis
      Lacey Lewis Ай бұрын

      @sabre22b I hope so.. cus I could watch this forever! 👌 💯

    • sabre22b
      sabre22b 2 ай бұрын +4

      You had always watched it in an infinite number of times...

  • Chris
    Chris 2 ай бұрын +38

    The immediate existential dread upon hearing the last line... Masterclass writing! These are amazing videos, with great content and wonderful presentation, keep up the great work.

  • FutureSpeak
    FutureSpeak Ай бұрын +9

    Been on the KZclip platform since it was launched. I have to say hands down, this is in my top three all time favorite. What an amazing video!

  • Ramakrishnan M
    Ramakrishnan M 2 ай бұрын +9

    A very comprehensive walkthrough of relativistic physics in as simple language as possible ; excellent narration as well ! 👍

  • Éna
    Éna 19 күн бұрын

    This was so........exquisitely done!
    The research, the simplicity of language, the order and the relationship of idea, information visuals ...EVERYTHING...into a cohesive flow.
    Even the narration was at perfect speed and intonation.
    You made something very complex and scientific sound soothing and spiritual😂.
    Im hooked already, just subscribed....so happy I stumbled across this.
    Thank so much for your absolute artistry towards your work.🤗

  • ReebooTheMad
    ReebooTheMad 5 ай бұрын +178

    Of all the channels I've seen on KZclip, this is probably the best. And of all this channel's videos I liked this one the most. With its stellar amount of content, perfectly executed presentation and calm narration it is a joy to watch. Even though I already knew about many of the things it touches, there was not a moment I was not on the edge of my seat. Everything is so nicely embedded into the history of discoveries.
    I wish there were videos like these 30 years ago. Had I watched them back then when I was young I very well might have chosen a different career path...
    Thank you for making utterly brilliant videos!

    • Tom Tom
      Tom Tom 3 ай бұрын

      Every one you heard is the best. Nice narration. Time There is no arrow of time. All change occurs in three dimensions. A fourth dimension for time creates an infinite regress because we always need another dimension for change. There can be no arrows because that would violate relativity. There are no arrows because an arrow is a privileged observer.

    • Ray Gordon Teaches Chess
      Ray Gordon Teaches Chess 3 ай бұрын

      I dunno, I kind of like the belly dancer with hypnosis pendants dangling from six parts of her body, but to each their own.

    • ReebooTheMad
      ReebooTheMad 3 ай бұрын

      @George Revell Both very good channels as well.

    • George Revell
      George Revell 3 ай бұрын +1

      Check out Arvin Ash and also PBS Spacetime. Amazing channels on physics.

    • elenal2012
      elenal2012 3 ай бұрын +1

      The toads we didn''t take.

  • nxcts
    nxcts 4 ай бұрын +15

    Dude I love your guys' videos. You could really feel the passion and love behind it. They always get me into an inquisitive and grateful mood

  • Ty
    Ty 3 ай бұрын +38

    Thanks! These are really incredibly well done, appreciate it.

  • Greg
    Greg 12 күн бұрын

    “They had manipulated space… they had mastered time…but they could not defeat them”
    Expertly and seamlessly narrated but perhaps leaving us with more questions than answers.
    Thank you Sir

  • Andrew Farrington
    Andrew Farrington 2 ай бұрын +6

    This video is absolutely mesmerizing and so in tune with what I feel the universe is about. I will watch over and over.

  • Junkie Brown
    Junkie Brown 3 ай бұрын +7

    One of the best and thought provoking videos I've ever seen. Keep it up guys.

  • Anand Joshi
    Anand Joshi 7 ай бұрын +96

    This series, its content, presentation, the way of explaining such complex ideas is PURE GOLD! Forged right in the supernovae of the production of this series. Can't wait to see next episode as usual. Thank You !!!

    • open left
      open left 4 ай бұрын +1

      Complex yes but compressing these ideas and binding it to a human scale intuition is a quit a impression fet to perform

    • jeff brooks
      jeff brooks 4 ай бұрын

      So..they could all congregate at the Restaurant at the end of the Universe...lol. watch it come into and out of existence.. lol

    • malay
      malay 5 ай бұрын +1

      Sahi baat he

    • fluentpiffle
      fluentpiffle 6 ай бұрын +1

      The motions of existence..

    • Art Donovan
      Art Donovan 6 ай бұрын +2


  • John Pamesa Anastacio
    John Pamesa Anastacio 2 ай бұрын +5

    Informative at the same time enlightening documentary, well produced. Thank you 🙏🏻

  • Luis Eduardo Hernandez Pares
    Luis Eduardo Hernandez Pares 2 ай бұрын +4

    What… in… the… universe is this video? One of the best videos about the Universe I’ve ever watched. The quality in all levels is just above all expectations. Beautiful. Thank you.

  • Robert Lavoie
    Robert Lavoie 28 күн бұрын +1

    I'm glad I found this channel. very well put together videos.

  • James Burnett
    James Burnett 2 ай бұрын +6

    Thank you for so vividly illustrating the unknown and invisible eternal mysteries that haunt us. The writing is both beautiful and responsible. Bravo.

  • Ivann Souza
    Ivann Souza 2 ай бұрын +2

    I still didn't find a video that beats the perfection that is the first 3 minutes of this one. The introduction of this video is a masterclass on how to captivate an audience.

  • Federico AE
    Federico AE 7 ай бұрын +290

    Once this series is finished, you should start a Kickstarter or something like that and release it on a Bluray box set. I'd love to have it.

    • Sami El-Khazen
      Sami El-Khazen 3 ай бұрын

      I'm not gonna let you have it

    • chris kelly
      chris kelly 4 ай бұрын

      What he said.

    • scott22v
      scott22v 5 ай бұрын

      @Mistake Not…… screen capture then burn it to a dvd

    • Moyjk
      Moyjk 7 ай бұрын +3

      @Metalosopher From that 80 dollars, KZclip takes 30%, so I would rather give the money directly to the creator.

  • Bobby Winston
    Bobby Winston 4 ай бұрын +6

    I love how he shares a relatable historical Quote [From a renowned physicist/scientist/astronomer/etc] within the opening 5 minutes of each video that pertains to the topic

  • Brian Foster
    Brian Foster 3 ай бұрын +12

    Great documentary! Your explanation on past, present, and future made me think of the famous scene from “Spaceballs” where Dark Helmet and the officers were watching a video of them watching a video and arguing over what is “now.”

    • Vela Bela
      Vela Bela 12 күн бұрын

      Lol funny bc I was just thinking of that too while browsing the comments.

    • Conky2000
      Conky2000 Ай бұрын +1

      He gets it.
      Give the guy a beer.

  • Charles Miller
    Charles Miller 19 күн бұрын +1

    So very compelling, thought provoking !!!
    Thank you for this.

  • Bilal Shah
    Bilal Shah Ай бұрын +5

    The narrator is so awesome I have tears in my eyes when he talks about the beauty of universe, the beauty of Einstein theory and this quest for living beings. I don't know how to express it but sometimes it is beyond words

  • Kahldria Leighsun
    Kahldria Leighsun 3 ай бұрын +3

    Love your video! The top tier production, script, visuals etc is amazing! Subbed

    IIIIIawesIIIII 5 ай бұрын +34

    The part about "Forgetting" being the the core of entropy and what separates past and future was really meaningful to me. Good job!

  • Don Dwyer
    Don Dwyer Ай бұрын

    What a brilliant series! I particularly liked this one.

  • Donald Tyler
    Donald Tyler Ай бұрын +7

    This video is amazing. I’ve been looking for an explanation like this for many years. Everyone always talks about Einsteins theories, but no one ever explains how he came to them (or they do so poorly). You did so succinctly and eloquently. Thank you 🙇

    • F U
      F U 29 күн бұрын

      You really think time goes slower near black holes? Well, that's your problem..

  • Frank Kockritz
    Frank Kockritz Ай бұрын +2

    Absolutely excellent, even when there is no such thing that is absolute. Well done!

  • DonkeyRhubarb21
    DonkeyRhubarb21 2 ай бұрын +1

    These are some of the best videos I've seen in *my life!* Absolutely excellent!

  • Kenny
    Kenny 15 күн бұрын

    The most amazing documentary I've seen. Thank you for expecting me to follow the concepts. It's fantastic.

  • Seeking Truth
    Seeking Truth 5 ай бұрын +110

    This is one of the best, most encompassing videos of the history of our observations of the universe that I've ever seen. I loved this thank you

    • Noah
      Noah 4 ай бұрын

      the 🥩 riding is crazy 💀

  • BeeUndercover
    BeeUndercover 19 күн бұрын

    What a great documentary! And being Dutch, Van Stockum is a big bonus and I will spread his name (on social media) for his accomplishments. Wow! Never knew a Dutchie actually discovered time travel

  • Alan Silva
    Alan Silva 2 ай бұрын +1

    Dude, this documentary is great, a prize-worthy one. Really cinemactic and didatic.

  • Wesley Lee
    Wesley Lee 3 ай бұрын +1

    My formative years were spent reading the "Science fiction" writings of Asimov and others who managed to "sneak in" serious theories regarding/supporting their stories.
    These videos are a revelation

  • coder-x
    coder-x 2 ай бұрын +1

    This video is amazing. It deserves a nobel prize and an academy award.

  • Z Ramirez
    Z Ramirez Ай бұрын

    The eloquence of your presentation is beautiful beyond my ability to put to words. Thank you.

  • Luke M
    Luke M 7 ай бұрын +354

    Dude this content is award worthy. From narration to script writing everything totally on point. 👌👌👌

    • Tim Davis
      Tim Davis Ай бұрын

      That someone interested in such intellectual matters, pun unintended, yet still uses the expression, "Dude", to me that's inspiring.
      I myself never made it to the upper level of education/college, but have always found things of science endlessly fascinating, and happen to strongly appreciate the term dude, in that it relates an intense respect at the most basic level of our intellectualism.
      Hopefully that doesn't sound off in any way. 🧐+😆~💥

    • Deep G
      Deep G 4 ай бұрын

      @Gamina Wulfsdottir I bet you're fun to be around. You're like the guy who goes to a concert and complains about the color of the seats. And that sentence is not grammatically incorrect. You interpret the meaning differently, but grammar and interpretation are not one and the same.

  • Hans Van der linden
    Hans Van der linden 3 ай бұрын +1

    What a super production. Loved the way you present entanglement.

  • Richard Paxford
    Richard Paxford 2 ай бұрын +1

    "What happens at the boundary between expanding, and non-expanding space?" Holy crap, I hadn't even thought about that! I just accepted that the universe expands but some bits stick together, now I'm baffled 😅

  • Jay lol
    Jay lol 20 күн бұрын +1

    I paused the video to sleep just before it mentions Dirac. First off, completely surprised I never heard of Dirac, he sounds like my kind of genius. But secondly, I had come to a similar conclusion around that time, and I went to bed contemplating the possibility of spacetime being emergent, the same as conscience and sentience may be, only to wake up in the morning, finish the video before work, and be greeted by a similar conclusion to my own. That's a nice feeling. :D Although money stopped me from pursuing a career in physics and astronomy, I'm glad to see my brain still works on the right wavelengths. Gunna need to study more about Dirac... Just this little bit about him in this video was fascinating to me.

  • Ant The Champ
    Ant The Champ 22 күн бұрын +1

    Thank you so much for making and uploading these videos…I have learned more from this playlist than any other…thank you so much!!! 5 Stars hands down!!!!!

  • Anvy
    Anvy 3 ай бұрын +1

    The weaving together of scientific exploration and the destiny of consciousness is awe-inspiring!

  • DW McV
    DW McV 7 ай бұрын +7

    Another spectacular episode. Please don't stop. I find these so thought provoking and it brings such joy.

  • yourgarbagefriend
    yourgarbagefriend Ай бұрын +3

    You have such a gift for public-facing presentations of high level scholarship. These videos give me (at least a semblance of) hope for the rift between career academics and non career academics. Combining history, astrophysics, (more fields I’m not going to list), and visual components in a narrative form that is approachable for anyone interested in learning about space is no small feat. At any level of understanding, there is something to take from your videos. Seriously unmatched. Thank you :-)

  • Isidari
    Isidari 3 ай бұрын +3

    This sounds a lot like the way the book The Fabric of the Cosmos explains things- but this is still pretty well done and of course, the information is true anyway, so it's great that you basically turned it into a video :)

    • Isidari
      Isidari 3 ай бұрын

      @Blackie Black ooo I’ll watch that. And yep you’re right!

    • Blackie Black
      Blackie Black 3 ай бұрын +1

      Yeah, I mean, it lifts its intro from Civilizations at the End of Time from Isaac Arthur a bit too.
      That's not an accusation or anything. It's not like anyone owns this information. It makes for a good video.

  • Ron Harris
    Ron Harris 4 күн бұрын

    These are great videos, a lot of history is revealed that is obscure and is left out of most literature of the subject matter. So much of Space, Time, Physics is almost 100% reliant on the human invention of Mathematics. You know, the creation of our minds which is based on how many fingers we have? And of course Time, another invention of the Human Race, so we know everything isn't happening all at once. I believe it's our own hubris which prevents some of the answers we seek, it's usually when we get out of our own way we accomplish so much. I have few regrets in how I have lived my life, but if I had known then what I know now, I would of tried harder in Math class. I have the time, now, that I am retired, to really dig into these subjects, but my ignorance of advanced mathematics, limits me at every turn. So I ponder these theories and thought experiments, always wondering, for now, it's good enough.

  • snow flower
    snow flower 3 ай бұрын +3

    Watching this at 12:21am while laying in bed, my window cracked open to let the winter wind in and my laundry running letting out a clean scent; mixing the two smells into a comforting concoction. It’s my perfect night❤

  • George Revell
    George Revell 3 ай бұрын +1

    Wow this was far more deeply philosophical than I expected

  • Jonathan Ruisi
    Jonathan Ruisi 7 ай бұрын +7

    Yet another example of scientific content of the highest quality. Thanks and, keep it up!

  • Bobby Winston
    Bobby Winston 4 ай бұрын +12

    I can grasp many of the theories and functions of the universe/reality when explained well, like this, and even a little deeper/more complex and described in a less rudimentary, "user freindly" fashion. But i cant understand the math or working out any equations at all. I took 1 physics class in high school, then 1 semester in college (despite how i barely scraped by in HS) because i find it interesting and wish i was smart enough to pursue this field, but i withdrew from the class at the deadline, i had 0 chance and was so lost and overwhwlmed. I really cant do mathematics of any sort sadly. My professor would still answer my questions very nicely despite it revealing to him that i wasnt gonna make it in that class. He politely told me twice to withdraw while assuring me that it waa ok & i wasnt dumb. He waa really cool. He also said i was smart and could understand theories and the universes functionality, reality, & the sheer scaling or size of the numbers and infinity, but my brain wasnt mathmaticaaly gifted. He told me to pursue philosophy and 6 years later i am a philosophy teacher in HS, which is hard to find. He was My favorite professor, and i only had his class for like. 7 or 8 weeks

    • Craig Fowler
      Craig Fowler Ай бұрын

      That a fantastic story, glad it worked out for you.
      I do understand the Maths but we share the same interest in physics concepts
      Have to say the narration on this video is exceptional.

    • Generalgarchomp
      Generalgarchomp 3 ай бұрын +1

      I'm in the same boat, I love thinking about concepts like this but could absolutely never truly get into it due to how deep the maths go.

  • Phil Holman
    Phil Holman 2 ай бұрын +1

    Awesome video!
    I was left with just the thought: Don't waste what little time we have. Just be what we are!
    Thanks for SHARING!

  • The3lueGamer
    The3lueGamer 21 күн бұрын

    Whoever does the writing for this channel should get a raise thank you 😊

  • Ian Monda
    Ian Monda 2 ай бұрын +1

    Captivating and beautifully presented!

  • WindGaming
    WindGaming 2 ай бұрын +1

    Even I do not understand any of the mathematics, I can still somehow understand all the theories. That makes me feel connected to the universe and gives me so much peace.

    • Jason Haven
      Jason Haven 2 ай бұрын +1

      Don't listen to anything they say about Gallileo or computer science. They've gotten them totally wrong

  • Earðwülf
    Earðwülf 7 ай бұрын +24

    I hope you make a part 2 to this, as the subject matter is abundant. Truly educational in all aspects, I had no idea that it was Galileo that first proposed relativity I thought it was Einstein.
    I particularly like how you give mention and credit to the unsung scientists.

    • JayDotClass
      JayDotClass 6 ай бұрын +3

      It really is quite fascinating isn't it? The book "Dialogue of Two Worlds" is quite a famous book and the absolute definition of space and time is actually called the Galilean transformation thus showing how Galileo was the first to propose a theory of relativity. Einstein's Special Relativity relies on the Lorentz Transformation instead where a specific speed has to be held constant in every reference frame.

  • Joshua
    Joshua Ай бұрын

    It's mind blowing that something travels at thousands of distances per second, like seconds, not hours or days 🤯

  • Lee
    Lee 3 ай бұрын +1

    This intro was so similar to a short story I wrote on a science based message board 2 and a half years ago! Glad to hear someone else on such a cool concept I haven’t seen explored before

  • Brown
    Brown Ай бұрын +1

    Maxwell was a trip.
    Love the part where you say, “the experience of the experience, of the experience” ! That’s what I’m talking about right there!

  • Micky 0623
    Micky 0623 24 күн бұрын +1

    I love the narrator's voice. it is soothing and gentle to my ears. graphic wise, it is mesmerising, but the audio on its own could put me to relaxing mode.

  • Sun Shadow
    Sun Shadow 3 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you for your efforts. It was outstanding !

  • Samrat Chattopadhyay
    Samrat Chattopadhyay 7 ай бұрын +47

    I am happy to have discovered this astounding channel...one of the best on KZclip in the astronomy category. 👍🏻👍🏻

  • Aidan Brumsickle
    Aidan Brumsickle 2 ай бұрын

    The thing about the big bang introducing low entropy and that creating an arrow of time made me think of our conception of our universe as a stripe or enclosed area of spacetime almost topologically closed from other areas

  • Michael Huber
    Michael Huber 2 ай бұрын +1

    Entropy will be the cause of the inevitable death of the universe. It’s scary to think about. Also this video did a great job explaining what entropy is and how it happens.

    GIANT INTERNET NAME 3 ай бұрын +1

    Since black holes only have the properties of particles (speed and direction), scientists are now beginning to equate wormholes to entanglement. If this holds out, we would have a bridge between GR and the standard model. It would be a really cool time for science.

  • We Love Weekends
    We Love Weekends 3 ай бұрын +2

    Firstly, thank you for taking the TIME to put this very easy to follow and understand esamble of brilliance together. It is so greatly broken down into simple forms of each dynamic and put together with very well chosen graphics making the overall story easier to take in.
    This is coming from a person who once avoided things like quantum dynamics/mechanics& physics because it hurt the hed to understand but now find myself in a place where i am writing my own theories based on nothing more than desire and slowed down by my own "education" i never felt qualified to even speak loudly about my discoveries, never mind write them down.
    This video is a trully brilliand gathering of every field i am interested in and manages one to continue to think about all things RELATIVE without having to be an expert in all of the fields required. It must have taken alot of thought and alot editing/re-editing and difficult to prodoce. Kudos and again...
    Thank you!

  • Unicorn Fairydust
    Unicorn Fairydust 3 ай бұрын +1

    Love this channel! I do not believe time exists I believe time is a creation of humans to gauge things by and to control others with. I believe space to be immortal.

  • ostrich12
    ostrich12 7 ай бұрын +3

    Absolutely amazing job. I believe this may have been your best episode yet in making me ponder how the universe works and our significance there in. Wonderful work you have done

  • Ta
    Ta 2 ай бұрын +1

    I am so impressed with the music too. I would be lying if I said I didn’t cry at least once. The universe is beautiful and is the composed of math

  • Gaaach
    Gaaach 3 ай бұрын +2

    Thank you for this wonderful video. It's the first time I feel a small glimmer of hope to understand the reason why the speed of light is the same for all observers.
    I want to commend you as well for the correct pronunciation of the names of the German and Dutch physicists; that's also a first, I think!

  • Jon R.
    Jon R. 2 ай бұрын +2

    Thank you for these videos. Astronomy geeks like me can't stop watching. These videos make my head spin until it becomes a vortex craving more knowledge.

    • Jon R.
      Jon R. 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Nik fortunately, I don't drink. That doesn't mean I'm not only using half my brain. I do the best with what I've got.

    • Nik
      Nik 2 ай бұрын +1

      And then new year rolls around and u get urself fkt up just enough that half your brain still works somehow and instead of a normal reaction to someone's insignificant comment about whatever you start explaining what's the difference between sodium bicarbonate and sodium carbonate in the most annoying fashion ever 😂

  • Tevatron LHC
    Tevatron LHC 3 ай бұрын +3

    im a physicist, and i have to say. extraordinary well explanations of physics without equations, thumbs up, up, up. we need need more of this to encounter the increasing denials of science.

  • Matthew Gumabon
    Matthew Gumabon 2 ай бұрын +2

    Easy to digest conceptual breakdown of complex mathematics and physics.
    Historical recap of centuries of the experimentation and research.
    Cool futuristic science fiction narrative running through the background.
    All wrapped in just over an hour with meaningful visuals, thought provoking music, and soothing narration.
    This is quality free education right here.

  • rosalyn redwood
    rosalyn redwood 7 ай бұрын +3

    My fascination with space and everything related to it is endless...this channel is a blessing 💖

  • The Music of Werewolf Bickens & DJ Glazed

    This is exactly why I am Christian. So much potential proof in this video. Thank you! 🙌🏽

  • Tiffany Mishoe
    Tiffany Mishoe 2 ай бұрын

    This actually turned out great
    Love the tips on flouring
    Wings turned out crisp and flavorful
    Thanks for sharing

  • Manuel Almagro
    Manuel Almagro 3 ай бұрын

    this video blew my mind and it's really difficult to do that, good work!

  • Silas McNunyabidness
    Silas McNunyabidness 2 ай бұрын +1

    The really fun question is where/how the information of space and time (or whatever causes them) is stored. If humanity ever figures that out, it opens the door to all sorts of sci-fi stuff.

  • solidpunch1
    solidpunch1 3 ай бұрын

    Superb production, one of the best documentaries I have seen

  • ITisandiamIT
    ITisandiamIT 5 ай бұрын +11

    I've watched this one 4 times, and it still has not got old! Love it! Keep them coming. 💯🍀😎

  • Matt
    Matt 2 ай бұрын

    Wow. Science communication makes the world a better place. This video is sensational. Bravo.

  • Julius Mercury
    Julius Mercury 16 күн бұрын

    The 1st 5 minutes of this 80 min video are utterly transfixing - will watch more when I have time. What an intro. - chilling, hopeful, cosmological in scale,

  • Doug Syler
    Doug Syler 3 ай бұрын +1

    I think that to simulate time running backward you replace the t in equations that describe motions with -t. But mechanical systems aren't all reversible because when running forward, energy is lost over time in various ways. Therefore, the simulated behavior won't return a system to its previous state. The energy being reinserted into the system is not simulated, and as a thought experiment, it would be returned if time actually ran backward.

  • Cmecu_See Me See You
    Cmecu_See Me See You Ай бұрын +1

    I always felt time is not a real thing. Just a word we made up to give some kind of measurement to something. It is very amazing that something exists rather than nothing. But could nothing really exist. As in.. isnt it incredible to try to have your mind think about existence. What if the universe didnt exist. Nothing existed ever at any time.. There is no way to comprehend that.. sometimes when I try to grasp that thought, my body and brain get this weird feeling that is hard to explain. Its like an overwhelming feeling. its pretty intense to be able to do it.

  • Norman Gensler
    Norman Gensler 3 ай бұрын +1

    Well done. I would be interested in a video that adds, to these thoughts, the concept of purpose. Almost endless complication, I'm sure, but what would be the why of the universe? Is it possible that there is no purpose to everything around us, or does its existence provide the framework upon which to understand purpose?

    • Sag1970
      Sag1970 2 ай бұрын +1

      Existential look it up to get " purpose.

  • Wayne De Jager
    Wayne De Jager 7 ай бұрын +3

    Thank you for the hard work in putting this together. You guys are awesome.

  • Ali Rezaei
    Ali Rezaei 2 ай бұрын

    well done sir. keep up the good work!

  • Michael Huber
    Michael Huber 2 ай бұрын

    You can never truly know how something works unless you can experience it and witness it from an outside view.

  • Desiree Smith
    Desiree Smith 28 күн бұрын +1

    That HelloFresh transition was beautiful😂

  • Modleyjjm
    Modleyjjm 3 ай бұрын

    This video was perfect even the in video advertisement transition was smooth and effortless….the Albert Einstein eating beans line was beautifully done 😮😮👌🏾

  • Yugen Heorte
    Yugen Heorte Ай бұрын

    This is one of the best documentaries I've had the joy of watching let only watched on youtube

  • Ray Cann
    Ray Cann 7 ай бұрын +12

    Well written and very well narrated. Who knew something(s) so ubiquitous could be so mysterious
    and difficult to define. Makes me wonder how it all came to be.

  • Nathaniel Tyler
    Nathaniel Tyler 3 ай бұрын

    I kinda enjoy the stories told allow ideally things thinking can imagine.

  • Brett Frazier
    Brett Frazier 3 күн бұрын

    Welp we just opened the door between relativity in quantum mechanics by creating the first wormhole ever using a quantum computer, we sent a particle through the wormhole. With that said I can't wait to hear updates about this!

  • Thøger Emil Rivera-Thorsen
    Thøger Emil Rivera-Thorsen 3 ай бұрын

    This is a very very good video! Well done!