dragoneye33
dragoneye33

He sounds stupid now that they found water today.. Dumb fucktard

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dee dee
dee dee

celsius is trash for cheese-eating yuropoors

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Ƿynnťari
Ƿynnťari

Doesn't the flatness play any role? In a liquid, which is free to deform, every part of the surface is pushed by gravity with the same strength, so wouldn't it become perfectly flat? If yes, then by freezing it, you'd get a perfectly flat solid, with no dents to provide friction, you'd have no dents for your dents to bump into and stop the movement, so the only direction in which it would stop you is downwards. If it's wrong, why is it wrong?

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rbolo29
rbolo29

So, Gravity is an artifact of the expansion?

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deemon710
deemon710

No. I don't get the photon in the rocket looking different to stationary observers vs passengers.

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deemon710
deemon710

Pfft. The rest of the video was also hard, nearly impossible for me to understand. Thanks for trying though!

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Eldon Preston
Eldon Preston

Anyone else think the guy in the suit stole the show? lol, what a likeable chap & he had some good info.

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Jonlic
Jonlic

Tedashi is here

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Bird4DB !!!!
Bird4DB !!!!

Woww👍🏼🤯👍🏼Amazing!!!

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Heywood Jablowme
Heywood Jablowme

Good video. I suspected the answer had something to do with cold-blooded-ness.

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Opinionist
Opinionist

I'm trying to figure out what's more dangerous: the radiation or the stench from the dead rats and other fateful creatures.

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Opinionist
Opinionist

We're all gonna die and admitting it might be our salvation. Just pestering you, mate. We're all fine.

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Ƿynnťari
Ƿynnťari

this didn't actually explain anything, why is the hole making a projection of the sun?

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Raandom Player
Raandom Player

You'll see a crescent if the sun is eclipsed by the moon

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Official Jmoney
Official Jmoney

I didnt know Ramps Existed back then 😭

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Djion Archibald
Djion Archibald

3:00

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Djion Archibald
Djion Archibald

Kicked in back of head

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Arlojmikk Minecraft
Arlojmikk Minecraft

Safety is boring

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beyblade gods
beyblade gods

I forgot I had seen dis , existentialism hits again!!

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rlsuth
rlsuth

100% of theoretical physicists can believe in parallel universes. That still doesn't make them correct.

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Shruti Dhapare
Shruti Dhapare

So no one here is science student..? Well any 12th science student know this(in India)

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Ashish Khemchandani
Ashish Khemchandani

So according to Lambda-CDM model, an object 1000 km away moves further away by about 6.8 cm every year due to the expansion of space. Can somebody check the math? If that's correct, the earth's diameter must expand by about 1 m approximately every 14 months!

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Joshua Foubert
Joshua Foubert

Weird story but today I went out front my house and there was two chairs that I thought were ours and they were placed in the same spot where myself and my roommate sit when we go out front. Apparently my roommate texted me asking if I put the chairs out there but we both said it wasn’t us and they aren’t even our chairs. Scary. Makes me think we were intertwined with the other parallel universe and those are our chairs but from the other world but just different chairs with the same structure and exactly identical but different

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You Learn Education
You Learn Education

This video was much needed because the common perception of Einstein’s gravity is much misleading. This video explained the true view

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You Learn Education
You Learn Education

Gravity as understood by Einstein is simply moving in a straight line path through four dimensional space time. No acceleration required. Because space-time is warped, and thus time is warped with space, when moving in a straight line through its curvature while no forces act on you, a point in time in the future is correlated with a lower position in space, so your next moment in time is downward.

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Bernie A. Hernández
Bernie A. Hernández

Was trying to use the 'giveluck' code but I guess it's safe to asume it no longer work because you already sold 100+, right? Since I've ran out of space at my place for "toys" (no matter how cool and educational they are!), I prefer to just send away the money on Patreon or such. Keep up your amazing work! (And gratitude).

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ALEPH calinagan
ALEPH calinagan

🤯 awesome!

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B Britt
B Britt

@6:30 Kool-Aid man is that you? Oh yeah!!!

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You Learn Education
You Learn Education

This video helps explain veritasium. nosection.info/title/dJZ7YYW0ZptqeW0/video

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You Learn Education
You Learn Education

But veritasium, the standard model of particle physics states that gravity is a fundamental force.

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Ramonzeira
Ramonzeira

yes

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魔王ギイ・クリムゾン
魔王ギイ・クリムゾン

Might jump out of a roof to make einstein's imagination real

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Hujik senpai
Hujik senpai

What a nice thing do know at 2am '-'

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Nixus Prime
Nixus Prime

thumbs up for those who are working on these types of projects

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DeuceGenius
DeuceGenius

are you a part of this universe or do you exist in a different universe?

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BRUH 4 sub
BRUH 4 sub

Why didnt anyone walk on the walls?

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Ajay kaja mobile
Ajay kaja mobile

Which means our solar system is moving international space station also moving but why they feel zero gravity

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LightLock
LightLock

another possibility is that there is a you who never got up to check the box. and another where you never started the experiment in the first place. so on and so forth. infinite possibilities. But I simply cannot except that if there is another universe that we can't at least observe. there has got to be a way.

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kolaar genius
kolaar genius

Drew is a funny guy 😂

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Polony Roll
Polony Roll

Well there is now

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Archit Ashish
Archit Ashish

That mean people living hard lives live longer!!

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Master Kenobi
Master Kenobi

No..to answer ur question, i hate noise and prefer quiet

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Bleed Blue
Bleed Blue

All I wanted was a yes or no🙃

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Private Name
Private Name

If lower protein levels made people fat, then why, in the US, where we have the highest protein intakes anywhere, are we also the fattest? You seem to be suspending your logic when it comes to food.

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Andre Almeida
Andre Almeida

This is amazing! Have you ever thought of teaming up with PBS Space Time for one episode?

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Aviv Parekh
Aviv Parekh

Lol I don't see a Porsche roaming in India like that dawg wut just happened 🤣

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Matthew Wu
Matthew Wu

So what your saying is humans are playing with time? This is spooky and intriguing

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Private Name
Private Name

"We're still getting big plants. And they wouldn't grow that well if they didnt have the nutrients they need". Unless we used growth hormones like miracle grow, or pesticides so the plants could survive with weaker defenses, or if we genetically modified (or selectively bred) the crops to survive off less and less nutrients over the years, or genetically modified them to grow bigger to fight them wanting to grow smaller. And we do all four.

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eXCEPTiON
eXCEPTiON

Ha! You can't fool us dr.callaghan we know you just came out of prison

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tesofe
tesofe

Laminar flow most notable use is not really decorative fountains. Not having a personal preference for either, I work with laminar flow on a daily basis because of most of has been said about turbulent. In oil drilling, production and transport laminar is a must because causes less damage to piping, equipment and less deterioration to wellbores - and I expect for these same reasons any industry that depends on fluids transport via pumping will require their flows to be laminar, therefore laminar flow has a huge impact on industry, of which water fountains certainly is a tiny fraction. Laminar flow is also harder to achieve and maintain on larger scales just like you said, and yet it is done in conditions where up to 1200 gallons per minute or more in 17.5" tube sizes or larger are needed - that's why research to learn how to efficiently maintain fluids flowing in laminar regimes is very important. So where not really a big deal, I think it gets despised big time just because is not so visible - and also because it is just prettier.

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Kevin
Kevin

I expand with every donut

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Jet Jaguar
Jet Jaguar

Why the hell would you want to go to San Francisco?

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Brandon Bates
Brandon Bates

Was with you until dark energy......

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Ashton Allen
Ashton Allen

Me😂

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The _ Jking
The _ Jking

1:32 who else thought of something else

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Paper Clip
Paper Clip

Me before watching this vid: hmmm... looks interesting. Me halfway in this vid: TOO MUCH INFORMATION!!!!

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Geri Acheson
Geri Acheson

Why does the window washer "fall" if there is no gravity?

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the infinite
the infinite

why things eccelerate towards earth once it enter the atmosphere if there is no gravitational force then things should not gradually get faster from the empty space to the atmosphere to the earth the speed should be the same since earth it self is whats moving

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An Alien Life
An Alien Life

Future cooking tutorials: So you are going to want to place the pan on the stove and play WAP for about 20 minutes.

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Acito Bandz
Acito Bandz

So it’s a dime

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Prajwal Chavan
Prajwal Chavan

I didn't know there are this many dumb people in the world, and we're not even in America yet😂

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the infinite
the infinite

but then how u explain things been lighter under water

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Collin Klebe
Collin Klebe

I love watching your vid it is just so interesting and I 13 years old.I would love to grow up to be an assternot it is my drem job. thanks for teching me something new

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Jason Gabriel Schulte
Jason Gabriel Schulte

I dont think the universe is expanding. I think its contracting. Since its relative to the observer, it appears to be expanding as it does. God is breathing, when he/her exhales it will all turn around and come back to us. Or like, bearthing contractions.

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Henry Monroy
Henry Monroy

My problem grasping/believing this is that this only SEEMS to work on a flat plane. Earth is a sphere, and cannot accelerate in all directions at once w/o expanding. Please help me understand where my misconception is, if there is one.

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Collin Klebe
Collin Klebe

Just so you know you owe me a pc you sead it haha

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Harry Cowan
Harry Cowan

Then why do videos I've already watched keep coming back on the list? I've seen it, don't put it on that precious real estate!

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Dirk Bastardrelief
Dirk Bastardrelief

Nice push-zoom at 10:45 to accentuate the hubris of the subjects "certainty". Subtle but powerful editing!

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Guy Smith
Guy Smith

And I love each and every one of you. This was an odd but welcome short!

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the infinite
the infinite

he has a point..its the same weightlessness u feel when u traveling in a car and it's max out u aint move but u feel like u floating ..that because the car is moving faster than the earth is spinning ..i could be wrong but it makes all scence to me.

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An Alien Life
An Alien Life

Past: 4g Today: 5G Future: 0G

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Ricardo Fernández Serrata
Ricardo Fernández Serrata

They said Einstein was wrong... now we know he could've been right all this time.

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Morris-Jeremy Wachira Wanjohi
Morris-Jeremy Wachira Wanjohi

You used to be a cute kid. What happened?

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Fran
Fran

I'm so grateful that you talk in metric... 🥰

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16 Bit Gaming
16 Bit Gaming

this explains why astronaut sees nothing in Space , Photons keep expanding

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IWashMyOwnBrain
IWashMyOwnBrain

This video is an ad.

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