Was The Universe Born From Nothing?

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    If you like this video, check out writer Geraint Lewis´ excellent book, co-written with Chris Ferrie:
    Where Did the Universe Come From? And Other Cosmic Questions: Our Universe, from the Quantum to the Cosmos
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    NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre
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    00:00 Introduction
    4:56 The World Of Probabilities
    12:05 The Quantum Of Cosmos Present
    24:21 The Quantum Of Cosmos Past
    31:20 The Quantum Of Cosmos Future
    36:04 Looking Through The Singularity

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2 года назад
@magnushorus5670 +21
@magnushorus5670

This is the most interesting subject in the world to me, thank you for making this

2 года назад
@wolraadwoltemade3275 +11
@wolraadwoltemade3275

Einstein didn't do shit.

2 года назад
@SkyValleyStuff +9
@SkyValleyStuff

id say no. i wouldn't be surprised if we were just microbes in some weird things gut.

2 года назад
@quadrotel +3
@quadrotel

A we aa

2 года назад
@johnjeffreys6440 +12
@johnjeffreys6440

It annoys me that scientists enjoy taking credit for explaining the physical universe, but don't enjoy giving credit to the one who created it.

2 года назад
@TheBruces56 +2849
@TheBruces56

When supporting the "something from nothing" theory it is observed that particles can pop into and out of "existence". However, much like the rabbit in a magician's hat just because you don't know where a particle came from or where it went to doesn't mean that it goes nowhere or ceases to exist.

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@705tv +62
@705tv

Facts !!!!!!!!

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@thecryptohacker9976 +317
@thecryptohacker9976

The only fact is humans will never know.Its as simple as that.

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@TheBruces56 +29
@TheBruces56

@@thecryptohacker9976 Very true.

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@robitussin7616 +106
@robitussin7616

yes but that other place also had to come into existance somehow

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@fadedterms7764 +35
@fadedterms7764

right energy cant be destroyed nor created just converted into another form of energy like when you get shocked that energy doesnt go away you hear a sound or see light from the shock that energy was always there it just had to build up for you to see it

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@GM-cf6jv +718
@GM-cf6jv

To be an animal on this planet listening to a series on how it all came to be is so mind boggling and so incredible and it only took 4.4 billion years of earthtime to have a species of animal that could produce this wonderful series of videos so I can contemplate it all. Its absolutely absurd!

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@MetaKnight964 +22
@MetaKnight964

There's no evidence of earth being that old.

11 месяцев назад
@kennethchambers3849 +45
@kennethchambers3849

It's mind blowing to me how perfect everything is for us to even be able to exist, be conscious.. the more I try to wrap my head around it the more it points to a god. Some higher power.. or a simulation.

11 месяцев назад
@Tasarran +46
@Tasarran

​@@MetaKnight964 Yeah, there is.

11 месяцев назад
@quaronncz464 +72
@quaronncz464

@@MetaKnight964 There is evidence. Radiometric dating. Maybe try absorbing more knowledge instead of commenting on subjects you know nothing about.

11 месяцев назад
@carnical2315 +9
@carnical2315

@@kennethchambers3849 I wonder if a human could create a universe, the more I think about the universe the more art I want to create ^_^

11 месяцев назад
@susannasolis2864 +285
@susannasolis2864

My dad is a scientist and I grew up hearing these words but never really understood them. I love this show and can call him when I have questions. You explain things so well and open up a new conversation with my dad. 💜

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@PEGGLORE +11
@PEGGLORE

Same. My dad studied Physics at Cambridge university about 50 years ago. After watching videos on atomic bombs the other week, I asked him how it was possible to isolate a single uranium/plutonium electron for the firing at high speed into the uraium/plutonium core to trigger the nuclear reaction which causes the explosion. He was explaining it to me, but kind of lost me during it, and I didn't properly find out the answer, but I think he knows how to do it. He is clever. Ask your dad the same question and see what he says about it.

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@susannasolis2864 +6
@susannasolis2864

@@PEGGLORE Yes I will ask him. (he loves my interest in this). I understand now why he was always thinking! lol

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@travisbicklepopsicle +14
@travisbicklepopsicle

@ST3F1N YNG are you asking how much money someone makes as a scientist? It varies, of course, but they don't earn nearly as much as certain religious people who chronically lie about science. They're typically the ones who make the big bucks 👍

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@541K0 +5
@541K0

I'm going to be this parent.

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@vickiezaccardo1711 +5
@vickiezaccardo1711

I've been puzzling over the conundrums of nothing, infinity, eternity since I was very young. I was in my bed trying to imagine when I was 8 and actually started to cry because it was so mind- boggling. Of course I don't cry now but it is the unfathomable mystery to me.

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@shadowdomokos5462 +60
@shadowdomokos5462

every video from this channel gives me chills. as an aspiring quantum physicist, I think finding what is "beyond" and "beneath" everything is the ultimate dream. finding any proof that there is "more" out there beyond just, this. I almost dont think anything else quite matters.

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@daMillenialTrucker +4
@daMillenialTrucker

Well I hope you become a quantum physicist because we need new brains in the field to prove God exists lol 😂 these old heads refuse to try and learn anything new. Just like einsteins theory of relativity goes out the window when applied to black holes. We know so, so little. I want to see more people of my age leading the new age of science 🧪🔭🙏🙌💯

8 месяцев назад
@chrisraabis
@chrisraabis

Awesome goal man!!

7 месяцев назад
@PocketRainbow
@PocketRainbow

​@@user-lf5kt3rw6treddit moment

4 месяца назад
@grizkar2813
@grizkar2813

@@user-lf5kt3rw6t Gigachad comment tbh

4 месяца назад
@joachimdubischar2701
@joachimdubischar2701

Hey man this might sound really crazy and weird, but i suggest doing LSD or shrooms if you are interested in what lies beyond. Past quantum and spacetime there is true nothing geometry! Its crazy sick to be able to visualize nothing and seeing structures form from nothing and understanding why they do, its possible sober too but only after decades of meditation, on psychedelics you get that state of mind for free for a few hours.

28 дней назад
@sierradelta6524 +413
@sierradelta6524

I'll be honest here, I really don't understand the majority of what's discussed in these videos. Not the fault of the narrator or script. I think it's to do with my learning difficulties. However, even though I don't understand it, I find it endlessly fascinating! Thank you for all of the hard work you put into these amazing videos!

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@tibodesmet4696 +36
@tibodesmet4696

Adhd person here with possibly other learning disabilities, I agree I often don't really know what they're explaining in videos like this but everything about space just fascinates me so much that I can't stop watching more.

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@Hakeemm +11
@Hakeemm

Same we in the same boat ⛵

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@fullypowerson8167 +44
@fullypowerson8167

Watch it again. Any time you don't understand something that's said, pause the video and look into it until you understand, and then press play again & repeat

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@tibodesmet4696 +19
@tibodesmet4696

@@fullypowerson8167 that's really good advice, thanks stranger❤

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@fullypowerson8167 +23
@fullypowerson8167

@@tibodesmet4696 anytime, cosmic brother

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@bojangles1712 +4
@bojangles1712

The intro on this one is the best you've done. The part about what came before and getting something from nothing just is poetry

7 месяцев назад
@amorosogombe9650 +378
@amorosogombe9650

Can I just take a moment to thank you for making a documentary genuinely intended to inform and not to awe or bamboozle. We need more content with this high quality ethos online. Two thumbs up. Magnificent job.👍🏿👍🏿

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@dmale79 +4
@dmale79

Even Gods got parents. Most likely an absentee dad and a mother with substance abuse issues, judging by how humans turned out and our own histories. The man kicked his own children out. Poor Eve had no female role model growing up, so what does she do? Runs around half naked taking candy from strangers. And Adam was so desperate for her that he went along with all her bad ideas, excusing and rationalizing it all along the way. His own sister. And because they are a pro life family, she was forced to give birth to the world's first baby born of incest.

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@masturbates +5
@masturbates

I couldn't agree more. Too many science channels spewing the same sensational ideas, it's difficult for layman enthusiasts to find compelling, interesting information.

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@christ3690
@christ3690

@@dmale79 funny, but Eve's not Adam's sister.

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@stevenk-brooks6852
@stevenk-brooks6852

@@masturbates Many scientists and "follow the science" physicians think they are scientists simply because the parrot what other scientists are saying.

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@jameshart2622 +6
@jameshart2622

So much this. I'm a physics major, but not specialized in astrophysics or particle physics, but I follow both with interest. This means I have some basis on which to judge the channel's quality, but still learn things. And it is absolutely top notch, explaining complex concepts far better than I could, sticking mostly to well-established science, but including reasonable speculation, labeled as such. Bravo indeed.

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@Victor76661 +62
@Victor76661

The whole work and channel is amazing, but this one tops it. I remind reading the books by Paul Davies, and back then nobody had produced such beautiful imagery. Thank you so much for that! And I'd add that regardless of the option that may be "the answer" to the Universe/Multiverse, out of those presented at the ending, any one of them is enough, because finding "Truth" and "our place" in the great scheme is rewarding in itself. Thanks once again for making this so beautifully illustrated. :)

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@craigfowler7098 +2
@craigfowler7098

I have met Paul Davies, nice guy

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@robroskey6515 +9
@robroskey6515

Anyone else listen to these while falling asleep. Hearing some of it right on edge of sleep trips me out and gives it new and profound meaning at times. Used to do the same with coat to coast am.

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@freditorials +7
@freditorials

I think this series is possibly one of the greatest of its kind ever created. So well done. So ‘clear’ … ENLIGHTENING INDEED!

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@zaucy_ +14
@zaucy_

You have the absolute BEST background music. It compliments the subject and your voice and commentating style so f***ing well. I love it. Your videos are so fascinating yet so perfect to fall asleep to. I can watch your videos throughout the day and also while I'm lying in bed struggling to fall asleep. Perfect content. Both channels are amazing and I'm so glad they do well because your content should be seen and heard by everyone. Thank you for your outstanding work my good friend.

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@shelwincornelia2498 +6
@shelwincornelia2498

Solving the mystery of our own consciousness would bring us closer to solving that of the existence of the universe.

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@theragingpizza937 +667
@theragingpizza937

This channel always has some of the highest quality videos on YouTube

2 года назад
@Rimas62 +13
@Rimas62

There is no such thing as "NOTHING". "NOTHING" IS "SOMETHING".

2 года назад
@ANunes06 +31
@ANunes06

Honestly, content like this should shame The Discovery Channel executives enough to shut the channel down.

2 года назад
@GreySteel +5
@GreySteel

Agreed. Very high quality content in the didactic sense. My only complaint is the use of so much fluffy visual filler that doesn't really represent the underlying concepts. Pretty but unilluminating and perhaps even a little misleading. Still and all, I'm hooked on this channel.

2 года назад
@GreySteel +2
@GreySteel

@@Rimas62 mere assertion

2 года назад
@johnjeffreys6440 +5
@johnjeffreys6440

It annoys me that scientists enjoy taking credit for explaining the physical universe, but don't enjoy giving credit to the one who created it.

2 года назад
@Rydonittelo +17
@Rydonittelo

I absolutely love the channel. I dont know why it's only in the last week the YouTube algorithm recommend it to me . I watch content like this all the time. Its perfect animation with perfect narration in a perfect time format. YouTube isn't being fair to you somehow. You should have way more subs, these are better than PBS space time and they're content is pretty good.

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@DoporaBHe6o +21
@DoporaBHe6o

This is a very, very good channel. I thought I could listen to this and fall asleep but instead found myself fascinated by how well every piece of information is put together. Finished watching a few videos fully awake, gonna watch them all later. Thank you!

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@bafflezbiz +2
@bafflezbiz

I really appreciate Joe's take and his acceptance and understanding of the individual struggle that each person may face when attempting to mobilize positive change. &Addictions, habits, emotional blocks, conditioned behaviors and proclivities, and possibly even the nature of, and/or existence of free will.

10 месяцев назад
@brushfirestudiosBD +59
@brushfirestudiosBD

Incredibly well written and narrated, this is a rare find for someone like myself. I thank the creators for this.

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@razzakksa +3
@razzakksa

This channel is growing to be one of my all-time favorites

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@martijnburer +383
@martijnburer

How this channel doesn’t have a million subs yet is beyond me. Such high quality content. From the subjects, to explanations, to visuals, to tempo, to music. Everything together works so well.

2 года назад
@4mn10n +13
@4mn10n

I have tried to "like" this video now for the 3rd time unsucessfully. Perhaps, it makes some algorithms unhappy. Maybe, the bible/creation-stuff in the first minute was a bad idea...

2 года назад
@shikyokira3065 +1
@shikyokira3065

youtube prefers channels with more frequent upload than those that take longer time to upload. My guess is within a week time. Anytime longer than that, youtube will not recommend that much this is why you see those channels with low quality videos but high frequency get propped up pretty often. I rmb back then, I used to get a lot of recommendation from vsauce, but none at all

2 года назад
@nathanlevesque7812 +2
@nathanlevesque7812

It's just a new channel. Subs take time.

2 года назад
@johnjeffreys6440
@johnjeffreys6440

It annoys me that scientists enjoy taking credit for explaining the physical universe, but don't like to give credit to the one who created it.

2 года назад
@joesickler5888
@joesickler5888

Not everyone is as cool as is. 😎

2 года назад
@frankmazzant2868 +17
@frankmazzant2868

Finally someone asked the question I’ve been asking for years. How does something come from nothing. This video is the best attempt to confront this paradox . Although it had no final solution, I learned a lot about the functioning universe.

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@thumtlnguyen3626
@thumtlnguyen3626

We should have asked where the space comes from? Imagine what would happen without it.

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@benjiii7943 +2
@benjiii7943

Well you saying nothing is just the human perspective of that, we are truly just results of this physics explained in the video, and by natural selection are meant to simply exist. You were not meant to understand nothingness, however it’s just a product of natural forces, and at a human scale, a product of you trying to stay alive. The connection between those truths, and the ideas explained here is where human thought begins to break down, our scope simply is not wide enough.

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@hnaku8748
@hnaku8748

My simple take is it's like a dreamless sleep and then waking up. Nothing to something.

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@JazzeJones
@JazzeJones

@BenJIII  I'm sorry but your human thought seems to understand something that the rest of us don't. It's better to say "I believe" rather than state it as factual. I believe in God. Despite many physical and non physical moments I can't prove it. So I say " I believe"

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@zakariabenayoun8760
@zakariabenayoun8760

Read the Quran and you ll get your answer easily inchaallah.

10 месяцев назад
@AB-1023 +9
@AB-1023

In a dream you can process weeks. Months, years, of information in an instant. It would make sense that this entire thing could be a random fluctuation. I’d buy that

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@Eztoez +2
@Eztoez

This is such a brilliant video. Would love to have seen a few equations, but I guess that's what PBS Spacetime and ParthG are for. I've watched all your videos. They're superbly explained and the narration is better than any BBC Horizon I've ever seen. Great stuff. Keep up the good work fella.

7 месяцев назад
@valus46 +4
@valus46

These are the types of videos I like to watch at night and rethink my life choices. And even tho I don't get like half of the things that were said in this video i still watched it whole. Also I laughed way to hard at the song used at 31:27.

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@JimKrause1975 +2
@JimKrause1975

I learn more from this series of videos than I ever have anywhere else! And I thoroughly enjoy every second of it!

5 месяцев назад
@eardwulf785 +571
@eardwulf785

The narrator and the writer are a winning combination. Really enjoy this series of videos

2 года назад
@stixgrim8064 +15
@stixgrim8064

Indeed, its like a Attenborough for space.

2 года назад
@s87343jim +11
@s87343jim

And the animator/editor too!

2 года назад
@ericsandmeyer +10
@ericsandmeyer

I'd add the music. It's not only not annoying but helps the narrative.

2 года назад
@fehmeh6292
@fehmeh6292

20:32 they still have some kinks to work out.

2 года назад
@glowfly +7
@glowfly

@@fehmeh6292 woah, kink shaming

2 года назад
@privateuser4995
@privateuser4995

Hello, I think this is the Best Channel in this subject of Quantum Physics and cosmology! 🤯 You have made me understand several things I could'nt have before! Thank you! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 🤯☄️🌀🌍✨

9 дней назад
@riancallahan9685
@riancallahan9685

Thank you for this. I smiled, I chuckled, I said things like ‘nooo.’ Only to hear you get to where I was. I reminisced on an agreed upon ‘time’ where folks like us sat around and observed ourselves stating with QED like certainty ideas we know not to be sound. Thanks again.

11 месяцев назад
@kennethchambers3849 +2
@kennethchambers3849

Didn't even make it half way through my first video of yours and I already subscribed. Amazing content. Almost forgot I was on YouTube. You need a tv series

11 месяцев назад
@GeraldPUR
@GeraldPUR

An amazing 👏 and beautiful documentary ❤️ thank you! And that ending gives goosebumps 👏

26 дней назад
@isabelaatenska +9
@isabelaatenska

Once I was really, _really_ high on acid and apart from a 6D guy taking me on a trip through The Springs (It called it that, it was basically spring theory) I remember thinking about time, what time is and when it started, time before the universe etc... And I came to the conclusion that creation created time, and when I could write I wrote it down and later when I was sober I went through it and reviewed it and the math actually worked out. Unfortunately I lost it somewhere and I don't remember but I'll try to find it!

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@ani_e1966
@ani_e1966

Have you found it?

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@mikeoxmall69420 +4
@mikeoxmall69420

"Spring theory" The universe is a comically large mattress

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@hjj9949 +3
@hjj9949

This is why you shouldn't do drugs

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@jhondisjames2151
@jhondisjames2151

Dude wrote a bunch of unintelligible garbage, read it while high, thought it made sense and lost it lol. Drugs are fucking hilarious

11 месяцев назад
@MoonlightJewel +201
@MoonlightJewel

The sheer beauty of the words describing the mysteries of our universe in the scripts of your videos make me feel an indescribable warmth. I can feel that your videos come from the heart, a curious love to talk about things that we humans will never fully understand. Thank you. ❤️

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@jazzporridge1506 +5
@jazzporridge1506

My thoughts too, beautifully expressed. The writing evokes a generous twinkling eye suggesting 'not to worry, we can't believe we're saying this either'.

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@MyElectricAdv +1
@MyElectricAdv

In the beginning God created the heavens and the Earth is far more beautiful imo.

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@jasonyee6533 +5
@jasonyee6533

The way you explained Guth’s theory and it’s relation to how matter was created with the expansion of the universe is nothing short of breathtaking. You helped me visualize one of the most important and difficult subjects so simply. 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

8 месяцев назад
@TheDjcarlos67 +1
@TheDjcarlos67

I think I have a decent understanding of the points you made after the third viewing. Excellent work 👊🏻

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@OfficialBurrow +53
@OfficialBurrow

I don't believe we would ever be able to experience nothingness. When I went to the dentist for my wisdom teeth removal, it seemed as if though that I had traveled through time. But of course it was the anesthesia and not some kind of dentist time machine. I think that is the closest experience I have had to nothingness. I am left to say that it makes sense that not only did I not experience anything in between the time that I was given the anesthesia and when it wore off, time was also something I hadn't experienced. If some form of consciousness were to exist after death, I believe that we wouldn't even experience nothingness then. It would just be the end of one consciousness and the start of another, no matter the time or form that came before.

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@M3Toasty +7
@M3Toasty

We experience nothingness by thinking about the time before we were born. We never cared about anything because we never existed yet. Nothingness isn't light, dark, or gray, it is the absence of those things.

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@MrKDon-rz1ef +17
@MrKDon-rz1ef

@@M3Toasty that's completely wrong there isn't a such thing is absolute nothingness it's actually oxymoronic the concept of nothing is actually something

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@dantenapoles5951 +2
@dantenapoles5951

We’re experiencing infinity forever and in order to have a physical finite reality we must have a non physical infinite reality in between the two we have the quark we call”now”. Unification only occurs in that passage of death to life, life to death. Or at least my guess can be called a theory if I can get my lab coat crisp and white enough.

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@KerythDraws +3
@KerythDraws

Maybe we just can't experience the before or after life because we aren't there right now. Like imagine your life is a tapestry and youre cruising along the thread that weaves it, you can't see the complete picture while you're making it but when you look at it from the outside its clear what's going on

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@knivesvamp1513 +1
@knivesvamp1513

ive always looked at a total nothing of what we remember before birth. even if you remember the womb you cant remember before that. kinda like total nothingness will only ever exist at the end and beginning of things. but for something to be born from nothing is hard to belive

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@sauravgsh16
@sauravgsh16

I absolutely love all the videos .. really appreciate the hard work gone into making each of the videos .. thank you for all the wonderful, enlightening and inspiring videos ..

2 месяца назад
@alexandrecheval6800
@alexandrecheval6800

This feels like an ASMR session, thank you for the story telling it is honey to my ears

9 месяцев назад
@bvthebalkananarchistmapper5642 +94
@bvthebalkananarchistmapper5642

This comment is more about the channel in general rather than this video in particular. Back when this first channel was first announced, I expected it to be a mindbending and at time existentialist ride, but I couldn't have imagined the sheer extent of how much of it, especially the former there would be. Thank you for always delivering it all, and keep up the good work, folks!

2 года назад
@m_i_g_5108
@m_i_g_5108

How much did they pay you? Last time, I was delayed 3 months of payment.

2 года назад
@bvthebalkananarchistmapper5642 +5
@bvthebalkananarchistmapper5642

@@m_i_g_5108 who are "they" and what are they "pay"ing me for?

2 года назад
@artdonovandesign
@artdonovandesign

This series, this channel is nothing short of astounding- in every possible way.

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@takster050974
@takster050974

This channel is so well written and told, I really enjoy listening to the narrators voice and one can hear the passion. If only I could ever hear the end before falling asleep, also the narrators win. 😂 💤 😴

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@LightVibrationPresenseKindness
@LightVibrationPresenseKindness

watching those content again and again, thanks for your uploads! happy holidays to you and your viewers! wishing health, joy and wisdom!

2 месяца назад
@vvtor +2
@vvtor

Your channel is amazing, nowhere I can hear better explanations.

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@jimcramer5125 +4
@jimcramer5125

"The universe was adapted from the beginning to give rise to life and intelligence." I read this quote some 44 years ago in the Readers Digest. And I think it spoke of that intelligence as able to look at the universe and contemplate it. Seems as though....what good is this wondrous creation without intelligence to enjoy the view, and everything else that entails. And I suppose we know where that is going to take us.

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@BasedPatriot1776 +1
@BasedPatriot1776

It takes a rational person to _Who_ "adapted" the Universe? The answer is obvious to those who aren't blinded by their own egos.

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@grimreaper9350
@grimreaper9350

@@BasedPatriot1776 you're the only one with an ego, thinking you must be right

6 месяцев назад
@ianc4901 +349
@ianc4901

This was so well put together and described with with non sensationalist commentary, fairly simplified without being condescending allowing almost every paragraph to warrant further research ! Clear and concise, factual and imaginative showing how great minds have worked through some of the greatest mysteries of the universe and how much more there is to learn, excellent work !

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@lunicola +4
@lunicola

"the more one knows, the less they comprehend " Lu~Nicola

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@pillbilly8761
@pillbilly8761

@@lunicola did you just quote yourself you nerd

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@SiriusSphynx +10
@SiriusSphynx

"He who smelt it dealt it." - not me

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@mihailmilev9909 +1
@mihailmilev9909

@@SiriusSphynx "finally some good fucking -food- quotes"

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@potatochips5282
@potatochips5282

​@@mihailmilev9909 Push & Pull!

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@teejayaich4306
@teejayaich4306

I love this channel. Beautiful visuals, good narration, and the right mix of accuracy with simplicity.

8 месяцев назад
@ChrisM-zm4li +1
@ChrisM-zm4li

Our universe is just one part of the Cosmos, which encompasses everything that ever was or will be. It just keeps changing and evolving and possibly repeating.

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@pushinkeys
@pushinkeys

I watch and rewatch these all day at work, passing the time while learning about quantum mechanics, string theory and Astrophysics, not bad..

2 месяца назад
@ryanreedgibson
@ryanreedgibson

This is what makes YT so valuable. Although I feel like I am stealing. Great video! So much to learn and nothing stopping me. THANKS!

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@rekik2936 +1
@rekik2936

i was like 10 minutes into the video when it actually ended, great video fr👏

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@chosentonessournotes +15
@chosentonessournotes

You have no idea how excited I was when I saw this notification!

2 года назад
@Superbonker-np6iz
@Superbonker-np6iz

I agree with most comments here. This video is one of the best videos about quantum physics. Absolutely stunning.

2 месяца назад
@kzeror +5
@kzeror

when you think really deeply into the universe it can get really scary sometimes.

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@corygriffiths4394
@corygriffiths4394

In reality there is no such thing as a beginning to anything we as humans only see things having a beginning

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@lisac.9393
@lisac.9393

This was an amazing broadcast. Terrific channel!!

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@carlseagan8646
@carlseagan8646

Such a legendary channel. Thanks, guys!

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@darkcrystal4498 +4
@darkcrystal4498

The Nothing (from 80s movie The Neverending Story) was one of my greatest childhood nightmares. It's still a terrifying concept to me, despite having now reached the age where I should apparently be furnished with the answer to life, the universe and everything!

10 месяцев назад
@jenellehall +1
@jenellehall

i love both those movies the dark crystal and the never ending story but add legend and labrynth lol alltime favs

10 месяцев назад
@Webedunn +2
@Webedunn

It’s impossible that there is nothing bc it would have to be in something. I know that sounds crazy but it’s true. Everything is in something. You’re in your skin, in your house in your neighborhood in your town in your county in your state in your country, etc, etc… In my tiny mind there can only be a Grand Master. The Master of space, time and matter. Humans are making great strides but we’re also losing our connection to Mother Nature. The more we learn the more we realize we don’t know NUTTIN. Truly bizarre and fascinating.

10 месяцев назад
@Webedunn +1
@Webedunn

If you understand anything about Einstein’s FACT of E=MC2 then research NDE’s it all makes perfect sense. That pure energy can never die, never dissipate nor be destroyed it can only change shape. Quantum physics proved that information can be stored and transported instantly across the Cosmos. They also now believe that the Universe has a conscience. That it not only thinks, but it knows. I can’t get enough of science bc the more I see the more it points to, “GOD!”

10 месяцев назад
@TheGalekGames +1
@TheGalekGames

@@Webedunn I’m currently on a journey of my beliefs and I’m struggling on holding onto hope for god… scientifically it wouldn’t make sense but then when you think of it… everything is so perfectly created and I mean PERFECTLY! It’s been 13.8 billions years for me to exist… that just doesn’t randomly happen… my and everyone else’s existence must have some type of fate… if no living organisms existed… would the universe exist at all?

10 месяцев назад
@ittiamgg
@ittiamgg

Reality is truth and it is indivisible. Since it is the only thing there is everything is IT and nothing is apart from it. You can have ornaments made of gold but it is still gold. The ornaments can be melted back to gold and different ornaments made. It is not nothing, it is No-thing as it is beyond name and form. Rigveda, Nasadiya Suktha has hymns written thousands of years ago which states: In the beginning there was no existence or non-existence, then the ONE stirred. The complete state, the ONE is referred to as Truth-Consciouness-Bliss which is actually not a state but pure being. I am that I am. We are already perfect, living in completeness, pondering about our existence due to our consciousness and experiencing all of this. That is the only difference. Without consciousness, we still exist eternally but just we simply may not be experiencing anything just as in deep sleep.

10 месяцев назад
@AarshWankar +358
@AarshWankar

It was a fantastic documentary. The ending literally gave me goosebumps and also the feeling of being alone in the infinite darkness. Definitely deserves a few million views.

2 года назад
@farbahariran6034 +8
@farbahariran6034

Just enjoy being in this great knowledge platform which called existence . do not stuck in darkness of it .

2 года назад
@AarshWankar +7
@AarshWankar

@@farbahariran6034 True, I really enjoy this channel. Although it is not very technical, it does a good job of generating interest in science.

2 года назад
@DanHalper +4
@DanHalper

Maybe the universe was formed from goosebumps?

2 года назад
@newmoon54 +9
@newmoon54

Try not to be suckered in by these videos! Some of what the narrator says is based on factuality,, but some it is spurious boasting! Fact! What's most important is NOT the when or where........ but rather ..... the how and the who!!! Everything made of matter EVERYTHING.... was intentionally created!!! Who could possibly create matter?!?! Man CAN NOT make matter!!! Therefore, the importance of life and the laws of physics trumps everything!!! Here on YouTube is a video of the "Issus Leaf Hopper",, and biologists and entomologists studied this insect and discovered that it has ~two gears~ on it's hind legs!!! Actual gears!!! If you check out the video, you'll see for yourself!!! Why is it very very important?? Because man has NEVER seen any engineering made by man in nature!!! There is ONLY one explanation for the existence of ~engineered gears ~ there MUST be an ""engineer mind"" that intentionally designed those actual gears! Albert Einstein already knew that God existed! He said, "I believe in God because I see him,,,, in the details in life"!!! Why would Einstein say that?? Because when he saw engineering in the human body, and in birds for instance, that are perfectly designed for flawless flight(s)!!! I'm with Einstein when it comes to there being a "Master Engineer"!!! Try to watch that video on the leaf hopper!!!! Cheers!!!!

2 года назад
@hunordemeter5103 +7
@hunordemeter5103

sorry i cant stop laughing at your name Harsh Wanker xDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

2 года назад
@fightingowenmcdonagh6734
@fightingowenmcdonagh6734

I watch this once every month or two and it stil blows my mind everytime

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@huckelberryfizzle
@huckelberryfizzle

Incredibly well done and thought provoking.

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@explorer6835
@explorer6835

Thanks for making these videos and keep it up we need more of these !!!

10 месяцев назад
@davidsapir3764 +8
@davidsapir3764

This exceptionally well done video was a joy to watch and contemplate. Oddly enough, one of the greatest breakthroughs I ever had in wrapping my head around such mysterious particle reactions and entangled interactions was when I heard this 13 year old kid named Logan call into a radio show in tears. He said he wanted to share something God told him. The host was very kind but very taken off guard and said. um...okay? Logan explained that the night before his Dad was roping his favorite calf that he loved most. It was born from a very old cow and always needed a little extra help. Logan explained she broke her back, and he had just come in from putting her down himself. He said the first thing he did was ask God why? Why did you take her from me, she was special. And then he said God told him that His son was special to Him too, but that he died for a purpose. I heard this and can't explain the interacting effect it had on me. I began to tremble and my eyes welled up involuntarily. I'm a blue collar working guy that works long hours. I'm no softie, and I'm certainly no religious zealot. I was left in total awe not just of this young man's inner goodness, but of how sound waves containing language data from a bundle of atoms very far away could physically affect me and every atom of me so profoundly from a distance.

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@incognitocamo1439
@incognitocamo1439

this was one of the best videos on this topic that i've seen on youtube.

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@playgroundchooser +80
@playgroundchooser

If a new one of these came out every day, I would watch each and every one still. Fantastic job!

2 года назад
@bethwilliams4903
@bethwilliams4903

31 mins in and suddenly Mozart’s Magic Flute! At just the right moment too, we’ll played, bravo!

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@christopherreed2694
@christopherreed2694

You learn more by listening to others I have with you ❤️ thank you 😊 🙏

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@skeptickhan4239
@skeptickhan4239

Incredible, thought provoking and amazing stuff.

11 месяцев назад
@Williamoest
@Williamoest

This is my 4th time watching this video in its entirety. Simply beautifuL!

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@Prince_of-Darkness
@Prince_of-Darkness

These videos make me want to go back to school! Great video, awesome channel

5 месяцев назад
@siddhantgandhi2308 +43
@siddhantgandhi2308

I just wanted to say i have watched all your videos, and you're just incredibly amazing. I believe its simple your passion so well translated in your videos by your expert craft, that distinguishes you from everything else on youtube. You sir are amazing, please never stop, and we'll always support you.

2 года назад
@tubehepa +2
@tubehepa

The naasadiiya-suukta of the Rgveda (X 129, Hymn of Creation) seems to start with a kewl "definition" of HUP, so to speak: naasadaasiinno sadaasiit tadaaniim (pada-paaTha: na; asat; aasiit; na; u; sat; aasiit tadaaniim). Then (before the Big Bang?) there was not the Non-existent nor the Existent. - Greetings from Finland, by a Sanskrit freak. 😛

2 года назад
@heihei3453 +1
@heihei3453

This reminds me of Sovereign's dialogue in the original Mass Effect: "Rudimentary creatures of blood and flesh, you touch my mind fumbling in ignorance, incapable of understanding.... there is a realm of existence far beyond your own, you cannot even imagine it."

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@denzelcanvasYT
@denzelcanvasYT

bro just hates humans

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@georgionw6554 +1
@georgionw6554

What's really crazy to me is that there is a answer to all these questions we just don't know. Wouldn't it be crazy to watch a doc like like explain everything pre post big bang til now. Well hopefully a.i . Can help

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@96oscarC
@96oscarC

Wow well done on making this. Seriously talented

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@josephmanktelow3560
@josephmanktelow3560

Really great video thanks please keep making more 🙏❤️

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@montyzx7r
@montyzx7r

Great work mate...cheers !!

7 месяцев назад
@fukemnukem1525 +81
@fukemnukem1525

I am just impressed that we know some of these things..... From scavenging carcasses with broken rocks..... To having this level of understanding is pretty awesome. We still have an almost infinite way to go.....but we'll hopefully get there.

2 года назад
@raidermaxx2324 +1
@raidermaxx2324

yea and then we elect someone like trump and it makes me wonder if we will ever get there

2 года назад
@steverempel8584 +10
@steverempel8584

"Almost Infinite" is an oxymoron. If you are not infinite already, you will always be infinitely far away, no matter how close you get. You are probably thinking of an unimaginably large number, not infinite.

2 года назад
@raidermaxx2324
@raidermaxx2324

@@steverempel8584 gaaaaad blah blah

2 года назад
@steverempel8584 +10
@steverempel8584

@@raidermaxx2324 Hey! I'm just treating the concept of Infinity with the proper respect that it deserves!

2 года назад
@raidermaxx2324 +4
@raidermaxx2324

@@steverempel8584 whaat?/ I didnt say anything... was clearing my throat.. .😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

2 года назад
@trublood6410
@trublood6410

Your channels are the best documentary I've seen in years.

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@VindensSaga
@VindensSaga

This was awesome :) There is still so much to explore and test, we are still at the infancy of understanding all of this but we do know enough of things to use them. We might have an idea of the building blocks but we still don't know how to build the "castle" yet so to speak.

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@TheEnigmaUniverse-vt2pm
@TheEnigmaUniverse-vt2pm

Does anyone feel like me that the reading voice is very soothing and it makes me fall asleep very quickly even though there are many new things I need to hear and learn?

4 месяца назад
@robertkemper8835 +1
@robertkemper8835

The best History of the Universe I have seen. Thank you! The question of what came before is itself problematic, and as you pointed out, Hawking tried to address it. "Before" is a temporal expression, so there was no "before" until time was born. A quantum "fluctuation" also requires the existence of time, as does anything that contains the word "wave" in it (e.g. wavefunction). Then there is the question of the unknowable nature of a timeless, spaceless, and especially lawless realm (a true "Nothing" in which there are no QM laws that allow fluctuations) from which one or many universes can arise. The only thing that is knowable is that our universe came into being, allowing us to speculate on the realm's nature. If one assumes that universe creation is a natural phenomenon, ought one not also assume that such creation is ongoing (another temporal word for which I don't have a timeless equivalent) and that we live in but one of countless universes?

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@0.618-0
@0.618-0

If there were a Noble Prize for YouTube then this channel and maybe this video will win it for 2022!

9 месяцев назад
@jamesoverholt878 +45
@jamesoverholt878

You did a much better job of explaining the strong nuclear force than my college professors

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@g2squared
@g2squared

Truly Exceptional❕

2 месяца назад
@Gsjsji_jwjsbs
@Gsjsji_jwjsbs

Great video and at end was a wonderful explanation the infinite density from beginning is the destroyer of the information

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@Luwidakid
@Luwidakid

This side of YouTube is a university and every channel like this is a class

23 дня назад
@dragonslayer1296
@dragonslayer1296

Great channel .... love the new content I get to listen to....

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@y5mgisi
@y5mgisi

I think this is actually my favorite channel on YouTube.

10 месяцев назад
@jmarth523 +45
@jmarth523

Incredible, the amount of quality you are able to produce so quickly.

2 года назад
@ForestWoodworks
@ForestWoodworks

Just hit a big ol bowl of cake and milk after my daughter's birthday get-together. Now settling in to watch nothing. Perfect Saturday night. ❤it!

9 месяцев назад
@dexter8705
@dexter8705

The best documentary I have seen by far.

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@chadterry9770
@chadterry9770

This series should be a required part of every High School's science curriculum!

8 месяцев назад
@CoreyChambersLA +1
@CoreyChambersLA

You can have the potential for something without having anything, yet still have something in the form or potential.

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@IsraelSocial
@IsraelSocial

Great quality! Superb documental

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@montyeverest5231 +16
@montyeverest5231

Very well presented. Cutting through to the nuts and bolts of the discussion in a very considered way... just right from a temporal perspective. Well articulated, not too glitsy as to lose credibility or too dry as to lose your audience. Brilliant!

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@nitepipes5708 +6
@nitepipes5708

Thanks! Great series of science, easy to understand, fun to watch/listen to.

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@olliejamestaylor
@olliejamestaylor

I accidentally clicked on this and stayed for the whole ride, a fabulously well put together peice

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@deanchadwick7443
@deanchadwick7443

Amazing truly amazing!

3 месяца назад
@davidprice7359
@davidprice7359

Amazing content! Thanks you!

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@TheRomanTimesNews
@TheRomanTimesNews

I luv when it rains and you see city lights all misty glowing 😂😂😂

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@shossainimam +16
@shossainimam

Amazing how a complex field of science has been explained in such a captivating way.The search for explanation of our existence is both frustrating and exciting, perhaps it's in human nature to keep enquiring and may be we will have a better understanding of our existence.

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@moxxy3565 +1
@moxxy3565

I used to sit there when I was a kid and try to imagine absolutely nothing. I swear one time I did it.

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@europhile2658 +2
@europhile2658

to anyone that knows... Physicists measure the roundness of an electron, also the Proton. An electron is very round. How can you model roundness in something who's location is smeared? Does that not conflict with some of the points raised?

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