The Most Dangerous Stuff in the Universe - Strange Stars Explained

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  • Shounak Kale
    Shounak Kale 9 saat önce

    Very nice video

  • Charmaine Russell
    Charmaine Russell 11 saat önce

    I would like to forget about strangelets....

  • Thomas Neihoff
    Thomas Neihoff 18 saat önce

    Ah yes, nothing like spending my evening learning about gigantic spheres of suffering waiting to turn the universe into green goo at any second.

  • MrMoticuko
    MrMoticuko 21 saat önce

    Stranger Things confirmed

  • Kelsang Gyudzhin
    Kelsang Gyudzhin 1 gün önce

    2:31 Oh god their little faces I love them I just can't even XD

  • Kutluhan Bilgeşah Bayzan

    What if humans use strangelets for weapon world and galaxy is be die.

  • Iustinian Motac
    Iustinian Motac 1 gün önce

    Thank you for existing.

  • Taufik Nur Rahmanda
    Taufik Nur Rahmanda 1 gün önce

    I have a different though about this. I think the core of neutron star is a very small singularity and maybe that's a dark matter; no light can illuminate it and it's not harmful, it bends space and time but can't interact with physical thing because of its size. This is just my hypothesis though.

  • TheFamousArthur
    TheFamousArthur 1 gün önce

    Where are CHARM, BOTTOM, and TOP quarks?

  • Albert25012501
    Albert25012501 1 gün önce

    So....that would be a really bad idea to forge THAT hammer for Thor.....

  • Cassia Chloe
    Cassia Chloe 1 gün önce

    this animator must smoke a lot of dmt

    its beautiful

  • Bianca Pilichi
    Bianca Pilichi 1 gün önce

    Kurzgesagt's videos always give me a slight, ancestral anxiety

  • mtilford
    mtilford 1 gün önce

    So...Strange matter might work like Vonnegut's "Ice-9?" Between this and the potentially lurking vacuum decay catastrophe, I don't even know why I put on pants anymore.

  • 윤우성
    윤우성 1 gün önce

    !

  • Dan Cooper
    Dan Cooper 2 gün önce

    I'm not going to worry about it.

  • Eurus
    Eurus 2 gün önce

    doctor strange: hOLD MY BEER

  • P G
    P G 2 gün önce

    So that is a tiberium.

  • keith dunham
    keith dunham 2 gün önce

    really an ad about tat stupid ark in kentucky ??

  • SCRUMB
    SCRUMB 2 gün önce

    Strange matter: Exist
    Dr strange: Strange up boi!

  • Nathan Stene
    Nathan Stene 2 gün önce

    Hey, I study physics in Brussels and I'm reading a few scientific articles on the subject. In particular, it's been 35 years we know strangelets are not dangerous whatsoever. Here it is, supported by all background and calculations you might want to check :

    "If quark matter with strangeness is bound, then energetically it can grow indefinitely by absorbing nucleons. On might at first think that quark matter would be dangerous in contact with ordinary matter, but this is not the case. [...] To balance the chemical potential difference, there will be an almost equal electrostatic potential of +50MeV at the surface of (and throughout) a nugget of quark matter, this potential will be more than adequate to repel positively charged nuclei at ordinary temperatures or at reasonably low velocities. Quark matter is in this respect no more dangerous than oxygen." Edward Witten, "Cosmic separation of phases", Physical Review D,1984

    Also, I have checked your source for your "end of the world" theory - your source EXPLICITELY says the scenario is unlikely because it would mean having negatively charged strangelets. Once again I'm a bit disappointed by the way you guys transmit scientific information.

  • XL Gamer
    XL Gamer 2 gün önce

    Wait he if a strange matter enter to our atmosphere so it will transform our atmosphere to strangemoshper
    so it is meaning...........




    SmOkE wEeD eVeRyDaY
    (don't use weed for you and people who loves you)
    (Sorry for bad my bad english there is can be mistakes)

  • Da Drumma
    Da Drumma 2 gün önce

    Maybe strange matter is the ultimate form of existence and we're fools to resist assimilation.

  • LegendaryDoge
    LegendaryDoge 2 gün önce

    How to make this video 2 second long

    Strange Matter is Strange

  • Adasha Stewart
    Adasha Stewart 2 gün önce

    Being that black holes are possibly natural universal time machines I don't know if throwing strange matter into one is a good idea if we had the means to do so. You're literally shooting in the dark

  • World Shell
    World Shell 2 gün önce

    Who knows this strange stuff can be used as unlimited power source that could disobey thermodynamic laws

  • Depopa
    Depopa 2 gün önce

    thanks for the anxiety

  • Fancy Hotdog
    Fancy Hotdog 3 gün önce

    Kurzgesagt: Perfectly dense, perfectly stable, indestructible.

    My brain: Perfectly balanced, as all things should be

  • Regine Young
    Regine Young 3 gün önce

    Quack

  • Aristides e a Galáxia
    Aristides e a Galáxia 3 gün önce

    and




    WHATS HAPPEN WITH THE FINAL BIRD

  • Oliveer Mitteer
    Oliveer Mitteer 3 gün önce

    Warum ist da ein Fidget Spinner im Thumbnail ?
    English: Why is there a Fidget Spinner in the Thumbnail ?

  • MLG Master
    MLG Master 3 gün önce

    If you think we’re gonna freeze to death without a brilliant bright sun come to Manchester we don’t see the sun we see gray gray gray

  • MLG Master
    MLG Master 3 gün önce

    D E N S E

  • ganymede242
    ganymede242 3 gün önce

    Quark should rhyme with quart, not fart. From Murray Gell-Mann "The Quark and the Jaguar": "In 1963, when I assigned the name "quark" to the fundamental constituents of the nucleon, I had the sound first, without the spelling, which could have been "kwork". Then, in one of my occasional perusals of Finnegans Wake, by James Joyce, I came across the word "quark" in the phrase "Three quarks for Muster Mark". Since "quark" (meaning, for one thing, the cry of the gull) was clearly intended to rhyme with "Mark", as well as "bark" and other such words, I had to find an excuse to pronounce it as "kwork". But the book represents the dream of a publican named Humphrey Chimpden Earwicker. Words in the text are typically drawn from several sources at once, like the "portmanteau" words in "Through the Looking-Glass". From time to time, phrases occur in the book that are partially determined by calls for drinks at the bar. I argued, therefore, that perhaps one of the multiple sources of the cry "Three quarks for Muster Mark" might be "Three quarts for Mister Mark", in which case the pronunciation "kwork" would not be totally unjustified. In any case, the number three fitted perfectly the way quarks occur in nature."

  • Carolina Montealegre
    Carolina Montealegre 3 gün önce

    Someone thought about MOONCAKE from Final Space?

  • Crisselle Heart
    Crisselle Heart 3 gün önce

    supernova to neutron star to quark matter to quark star to strange quark to strange matter to strangelets

  • Rohan Shetty
    Rohan Shetty 3 gün önce

    Nope, I I still don't get it

  • 53 ' er
    53 ' er 3 gün önce

    I thought matter means something different like "it doesnt matter" or is it used as well for Material

  • 53 ' er
    53 ' er 3 gün önce

    Is this "strange thing" thing proven or do they just asume that

  • Alexandros Huang
    Alexandros Huang 3 gün önce

    Wait a second wouldn’t the strange matter infect the neutron star