Why Does The Universe Look Like This?

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    Researched and Written by Jon Farrow
    Narrated and Edited by David Kelly
    Animations by the superb Jero Squartini www.fiverr.com/share/0v7Kjv using Manim - MIT License, (c) 2020-2023 3Blue1Brown LLC
    Laniakea animation by Alperaym
    Incredible thumbnail art by Ettore Mazza, the GOAT: ettore.mazz...
    Huge thanks to Daniel Pomarède for the use of his images of Laniakea and our local cosmological neighborhood: / danielpomarede
    Thank to Pablo Carlos Budassi for his wonderful images of the KBC Void, Shapley Supercluster and Bootes Void.
    Stock footage taken from Videoblocks and Artgrid, music from Epidemic Sound, Artlist and Silver Maple. Space imagery also used from NASA and ESO.
    Image Credits:
    Visualisations of the QCD Vacuum
    Derek D Leinweber CSSM University of Adelaide
    Observable Universe by Andrew Z Colvin
    KBC Void, Shapley Supercluster and Bootes Void by Pablo Carlos Budassi, CC BY-SA 4.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/..., via Wikimedia Commons
    UK from space European Space Agency, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO creativecommons.org/licenses/..., via Wikimedia Commons
    KBC Void, Shapley Supercluster and Bootes Void by Pablo Carlos Budassi, CC BY-SA 4.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/..., via Wikimedia Commons
    Galactic Filament by Andrew Pontzen and Fabio Governato, CC BY 2.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/..., via Wikimedia Commons
    SDSS Plates by EdPost, CC BY-SA 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/..., via Wikimedia Commons
    Jim Peebles Juan Diego Soler, CC BY 2.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/..., via Wikimedia Commons
    Zeldovich By A. T. Service - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, commons.wikimedia.org/w/index...
    Martin Rees By Festival della Scienza, CC BY-SA 2.0, commons.wikimedia.org/w/index...
    Richard Gott By A. T. Service - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, commons.wikimedia.org/w/index...
    George Smoot By Nomo michael hoefner www.zwo5.de - Own work, CC BY 3.0, commons.wikimedia.org/w/index...
    John C Mather By Christopher Michel - John Mather, CC BY 2.0, commons.wikimedia.org/w/index...
    LHC By Maximilien Brice, CERN - CERN Document Server, CC BY-SA 3.0, commons.wikimedia.org/w/index...
    00:00 Introduction
    05:41 Mapping The Cosmos
    16:40 Meatball Honeycomb Sponge (Structure of the Universe)
    21:55 Cosmic Seeds (Origin of Structure)
    39:36 Problems With Copernicus
    #cosmicweb

@FlyWithMe_666 +5749
@FlyWithMe_666

Wow, I didn’t know the universe is so big! This must be like thousands of football fields.

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@davorinhorbec2793 +330
@davorinhorbec2793

Thousands? Much, much more...!!!

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@subvind +196
@subvind

how many monkeys does it take to screw in a light bulb?

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@SofaKingShit +332
@SofaKingShit

Enough room for thousands of three dimensional things. Thus it's actually more like three thousand.

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@subvind +60
@subvind

how many football fields does it take to play the superbowl?

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@bighonkerslol +115
@bighonkerslol

Billions and billions of thousands yes

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@NikHem343 +633
@NikHem343

What an unbelievable feat. That’s like standing on the bottom of the ocean and being able to map the entire planet geographically

10 месяцев назад
@teflonishighlytoxic222 +162
@teflonishighlytoxic222

it's more like standing at the bottom of the ocean and mapping the waves on the surface, completely ignorant that anything could even exist beyond the water, wholly unaware of the concept of the planet.

10 месяцев назад
@ciscornBIG +6
@ciscornBIG

Is it like that? Is that what it is like? Heckin' sciencerino!

9 месяцев назад
@user-vt9ce4cv8w +1
@user-vt9ce4cv8w

Umm. No? It's nothing like that unless you're a being that's the size of 1 planck length... The universe is massive and no one has an idea how big it truly is.

9 месяцев назад
@ileanamuntean7338
@ileanamuntean7338

HI Nik, I also love the cube of 7.

8 месяцев назад
@douglaidlaw740 +3
@douglaidlaw740

If it sounds impossible, it probably is.

8 месяцев назад
@ryanbaker7404 +604
@ryanbaker7404

I'll rank this series right up there with my favorite growing up: Carl Sagan's and PBS' "Cosmos". Waiting patiently for my dad to arrive home after work with the latest VHS rental seemed to take forever. And decades later, we have a free series that rivals it in scale, scope, and beauty. Thank you to every single person involved!

11 месяцев назад
@tonyjones7373 +9
@tonyjones7373

Well said Ryan . A1 .

10 месяцев назад
@deejannemeiurffnicht1791 +4
@deejannemeiurffnicht1791

I think BBC may have invested a lot in Sagan's Cosmos. It was fascinating.

8 месяцев назад
@deejannemeiurffnicht1791 +3
@deejannemeiurffnicht1791

He did sound very Kermit the frog in it.

8 месяцев назад
@daMillenialTrucker +1
@daMillenialTrucker

There was only 1 person 😂

7 месяцев назад
@ryanbaker7404 +1
@ryanbaker7404

@@daMillenialTrucker Then I thank him or her! 😬👍

7 месяцев назад
@mitekillem +40
@mitekillem

When a leaf is caught in a river it quickly aligns itself to the plane of the water's surface and then begins traveling along with the swirling and rotating water molecules surrounding it. Odd how on such a macro scale, things behave with a natural simplicity.

6 месяцев назад
@pranjalibhattacharjee1121 +189
@pranjalibhattacharjee1121

I am currently just speechless. The research, narration and knowledge packed in this video is mesmerizing! The amount of depth this video held, yet pertaining to the simplicity to catch the eye of the general audience is extremely commendable! Thank you for this. It has further heightened my curiosity to understand the Universe!

11 месяцев назад
@pranjalibhattacharjee1121 +7
@pranjalibhattacharjee1121

@@CaptainButtFartMcShiddAzz What does that even have to do with whatever I said! Also, probably correct your own English first. Its supposed to be "you're" or "you are". There is no such word as "ur" in the English dictionary.

11 месяцев назад
@chriswaudby1084
@chriswaudby1084

It's just what these guys do enjoy😊

4 месяца назад
@dziban303 +8
@dziban303

The effect of BAO are so profound that it's a shame it isn't discussed more widely in popsci and outreach. If it's mentioned at all, it goes about a millimeter deep. Meanwhile, this video did a very good job of wading into the concept further while remaining accessible to the general public. Cheers

5 месяцев назад
@dreimalnein22
@dreimalnein22

Yesss, so right, but also I think the wider public should be made aware of the work of professor Subir Sarkar from Oxford regarding dark energy and the origins of the measurements that led to the nobel price for its "proof" We can very well be still special observers on a scale we can't see behind the CMB horizon in a even bigger universe.

2 месяца назад
@mcrichton46 +1053
@mcrichton46

Ever since I was a kid I’ve gazed into the night skies, and to this day I still get the same feeling I used to as a child - fascination. But as I’ve gotten older, my love and appreciation for the stars has only grown. Even if we truly are so insignificant in the grand scheme of the cosmos, I couldn’t picture a better backdrop to be an observer in.

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@pod9363 +60
@pod9363

I’ve always viewed self-conscious life as more significant than any multi-light year spanning rocks or gas clouds tbbqh

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@joukokulhelm6844 +31
@joukokulhelm6844

Yes, the dredd and aww at same time. There is no feeling like lookking into night sky. I have same thing, this weird feeling that i diden't understand as child. I feel alive, even when i'm depressed, just by starwatching. Have always worked better than any antidebressant for me.

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@NOT_SURE.. +4
@NOT_SURE..

have you read 'worlds in collision' by velokovsky ?

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@quintonrichards4805 +8
@quintonrichards4805

It’s the only thing that provides me comfort in the thought of what if there isn’t a God. Somehow it’s magnificent beauty brings peace none the less.

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@NOT_SURE.. +15
@NOT_SURE..

@@quintonrichards4805 Im insomniac, dyslexic and an atheist , i lay awake at night wondering if there is a Dog.

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@christopherjbarclay522 +82
@christopherjbarclay522

Gah that was an insanely epic video. It's 3:45AM and the time I spent watching felt like a trance, I didn't realize I was tired until I finished. Thank you for the awesome experience, Jon Farrow!

11 месяцев назад
@cloverassassinscreed +94
@cloverassassinscreed

You taught me more in 45 minutes about the universe, than learned my entire life, in January I officially go to school to become an astrophysicist... What help you have been with only mere words, that resonate on every level, knowledge and abundance collectively given in its most simplistic form. 100,000 thank you s ❤️

11 месяцев назад
@ednanonono +3
@ednanonono

Congratulations!!! 🎉

11 месяцев назад
@cloverassassinscreed +3
@cloverassassinscreed

@@ednanonono thank you!!

10 месяцев назад
@arnav8885 +2
@arnav8885

Congratulations

10 месяцев назад
@artdonovandesign +6
@artdonovandesign

Entering the field of Astrophysics requires a profound level of accuracy in all of its supporting disciplines: mathematics, geometry, trigonometry, algebra, etc., in addition to writing papers with an equal amount of accuracy in grammar, punctuation and spelling.

9 месяцев назад
@wlarsen70 +1
@wlarsen70

Janik Bily BS😑

9 месяцев назад
@gorjosfam +17
@gorjosfam

This channel is amazing. Quite possibly the holy grail of science content. If Attenborough got a knighthood for his work,you guys should all get two each and some huge tracts of land. Thank you to everyone involved.

10 месяцев назад
@chrissmith7259
@chrissmith7259

not the tracks of land. They might stop making the videos.

3 месяца назад
@daniellassander +13
@daniellassander

I freaking love your videos, the production value is through the roof. The amount of relevant information is packed in tight with amazing visuals and with an amazing narrator, and you dont shy away from questions we dont have an answer to.

10 месяцев назад
@shawnnixon2616 +31
@shawnnixon2616

I swear. I've always believed that we are just micro organisms inside something's body, just like the ones we have in our body. Looking at this scale it's hard to even say that us humans are even close to the size of an atom of this "body" shown here. Unbelievable

7 месяцев назад
@floristfindspeace +2
@floristfindspeace

i legit thought i was the only one. it’s really odd to read this multiple times on this video, like it makes me wonder where that thought comes from

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@Aalvye +1
@Aalvye

@@floristfindspeace Cosmic egg for a higher dimensional being? The brain? Honestly how far we have managed to zoom in AND out from our perspective is pretty impressive.

20 дней назад
@sunkid86 +347
@sunkid86

I am a bit relieved that it takes 5 people to put this together, but honestly I thought there would be about 10-15 people working on these. One of the highest quality content on Youtube I have seen, maybe the best. Have a lovely holiday y'all.

11 месяцев назад
@artdonovandesign +2
@artdonovandesign

Y'all

9 месяцев назад
@john-ic5pz
@john-ic5pz

lol Would any propaganda piece convince anyone without having high production values & the narrator's posh accent doesn't hurt, eh?

7 месяцев назад
@john-ic5pz
@john-ic5pz

@@artdonovandesign y'all = you all. Sadly modern English has no convenient plural 3rd party pronoun.

7 месяцев назад
@nikiindzhiev5369 +6
@nikiindzhiev5369

@@john-ic5pz how is this a propaganda piece?

7 месяцев назад
@michaelmoore7975 +3
@michaelmoore7975

@@john-ic5pz Mayonnaise= Mayonnaise some big ol' trees ova dare.

6 месяцев назад
@rogerbaker5976 +7
@rogerbaker5976

The format of this series makes it remarkably entertaining and informative. It is also up to date, respective of the viewer's intelligence, and encompasses the full range of topics suggested by its name. I am completely hooked and thankful to those involved in its production. Keep the series coming!

7 месяцев назад
@universemaps +19
@universemaps

This video is wonderful! An honor to have contributed with my voids and supercluster images!

9 месяцев назад
@JP-sv4rf +12
@JP-sv4rf

This video needs a double thumbs up option. Fantastic content, well done!

5 месяцев назад
@lastclassairman +2
@lastclassairman

I love these videos, not only because they aren’t difficult for those of us who aren’t physics majors to understand, but also because my daughter loves them. Only thing I would like to point out is 8 minutes in, you mistakenly said the observable universe hovers around 2° Kelvin. Kelvin is an absolute measurement with no “degree”. Keep up the spectacular work.

11 месяцев назад
@jdthein +4
@jdthein

This series is truly a masterpiece. It should be required viewing for every schoolkid on the planet.

7 месяцев назад
@CR-mb7nb +667
@CR-mb7nb

I legitimately get excited when I get notified about new episodes from HOTU. Truly top-notch quality production. More people need to know about this channel.

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@strawberrybounce2 +5
@strawberrybounce2

Me too.

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@SofaKingShit +4
@SofaKingShit

Yup. Change of plans right there.

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@blacksmoke3113 +7
@blacksmoke3113

Gonna sleep like a baby tonight!

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@francisgillett9890 +2
@francisgillett9890

Me three

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@michael7324 +2
@michael7324

Me also

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@DumbBaby +4
@DumbBaby

I adore this footage, I have a very cheap projector but the images still come out quite nicely, and some of the commentary is deeply philosophical, fantastic.

10 месяцев назад
@Aliskandr +1
@Aliskandr

Awesome and this presentation is utterly astounding… You’ve explained stuff I’ve only barely understood, and I thank you for that.

7 месяцев назад
@Taomantom +4
@Taomantom

As a lifelong fan of the universe this was one of the best articulated episodes I have ever heard. Look forward to the rest>

9 месяцев назад
@Borntu
@Borntu

#1 universe🎉

3 месяца назад
@ynkybomber +39
@ynkybomber

Imagine if the void is actually a Dyson capable civilization

10 месяцев назад
@zancre1079 +7
@zancre1079

thats what its said to be

9 месяцев назад
@somethingsomething7993
@somethingsomething7993

But the sphere covered the entire galaxy..

8 месяцев назад
@BringDHouseDown +3
@BringDHouseDown

@@somethingsomething7993 no it would be the individual stars being covered, not a sphere covering the whole galaxy that's just so inefficient and impractical. Some galaxies still have stars, 60 of them, perhaps uninhabited by them, or perhaps those are the ones they live in since they have sunlight and they used the other galaxies to cover up their stars and absorb their energy...............fuck that's actually messed up now that I think about it...pick and choose which galaxies will have life and the rest can kiss life goodbye cause they covered up all their stars, and with such a large area of thousands of galaxies or hundreds(idk) which is a lot, this must be ...well a population of a single species or federation/covenant of many that must number in just absurd amounts if they need this much power/energy, the astronomical amounts of energy at their disposal, their technology to do all this, how long they must of existed to make this possible, I wonder how massive their fleets are...would they count their ships in the trillions while we count them on Earth in the thousands? The power scales are too messed up, newer civilizations don't have a chance against them, the Reapers of Mass Effect were right, PLS NERF

7 месяцев назад
@AngryKittens +1
@AngryKittens

And the attractors are galaxy-devouring runaway nanite superweapons.

7 месяцев назад
@joshuameadows4922 +1
@joshuameadows4922

It's absolutely insane to try and imagine the sheer scale of the universe. The milky way alone is so massive, yet it's only 1 of millions if not billions of other galaxies. Then the space between these galaxies is hundreds of times larger than that. So many mysteries

6 месяцев назад
@Cosmic.Origin.exe. +120
@Cosmic.Origin.exe.

This was so well put together my guy. The production value of this is 10/10. Simply brilliant.

11 месяцев назад
@TigerLily61811 +1
@TigerLily61811

this video is amazing so first of all - thank you for all your hard work! Second... there are spectrums of light that are not visible to us... sound wavelengths we cannot hear. Dark matter, dark energy... what else possibly exists out there beyond our ability to sense or detect? Fascinating.

11 месяцев назад
@vv13346 +2
@vv13346

Would have liked to see a brief explanation of the CMB angular power spectrum and its relationship between BAOs and dark matter over/under densities in the early universe and large scale structure today.

7 месяцев назад
@bricinoreel2949 +3
@bricinoreel2949

This is incredibly fascinating. I can't say I agree with everything, but the things I do agree with I enjoyed learning.

9 месяцев назад
@babysquirrelxxoo8136
@babysquirrelxxoo8136

what part do you disagree with?

8 месяцев назад
@daniyalsajid5293 +1
@daniyalsajid5293

I swear, yours is the most interesting channel I've ever found on youtube. I love how much research and time you put into these videos. And the articulate way of describing everything. Thankyou 🙌

11 месяцев назад
@Aalvye +1
@Aalvye

Reality as it presents itself to us is something truly special! What wows me just as much is the humans contemplating existence and having figured out or theorized...all of this.

20 дней назад
@markodin2009 +392
@markodin2009

This video is a masterpiece. From the beautiful visuals to your thoughtful text and narration, it all comes together extremely well. It deserves as many views as there are stars in the Milky Way galaxy. Please keep up the good work. I can't wait to see your next episode.

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@reasonerenlightened2456 +1
@reasonerenlightened2456

if the radius from now to the beginning of the observable Universe is 13.8 then how come the radius is 46 in one direction? Non-sensical?

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@Dan-zq5wt +3
@Dan-zq5wt

I agree! Incredible and very well explained!

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@Dan-zq5wt +4
@Dan-zq5wt

@@reasonerenlightened2456 there’s a video out there that explains this. I think the answer is based on the rate of expansion relative to the time it takes for the light of different structures to reach us. I think

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@kloboklonz9589 +15
@kloboklonz9589

@@reasonerenlightened2456 I explain it to you: What you see now in deepest reaches of space is the result of light, that was sent 13.8 billion years ago. And so what you see now, is the status quo as it was 13.8 billion years BEFORE now. But in the meanwhile (during those 13.8 billion years) the REAL expanse of the universe has grown to a radius 46 billion lightyears. And so what you perceive as 13.8 billion lightyears away is indeed 46 billion lightyears away.

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@danielhansell7623 +1
@danielhansell7623

@@reasonerenlightened2456😢😢w

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@octaviodigianni905 +4
@octaviodigianni905

this is one of the best documentaries i've ever seen and I cant belive it's free on youtube. Honestly thank you, it's just mindblowing. Im still processing!

10 месяцев назад
@farazshin6952 +1
@farazshin6952

On my 9 years of YouTube content consumption I have to say this is my absolute favourite video by a margin, thank you!

8 месяцев назад
@vodkawasserfall
@vodkawasserfall

i'd like to see more differentiation between measurements/facts and theories! many/most theories in human history had been proven wrong over time! great work! last third is even better!

8 месяцев назад
@jamprosteve
@jamprosteve

Thank you for your amazing work and outstanding quality of video and narration.

9 месяцев назад
@scpdatabase969 +88
@scpdatabase969

You present this content like my philosophy of science professor used to. It’s amazing. The ability to explain physics to laymen while keeping things interesting with history and interesting stories. Love this channel and the others from its creators :)

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@henriquemarceloburlon7757
@henriquemarceloburlon7757

I've been whatching your video for the past week and beside the fact that they are really interesting and well made, I can see similarities with the show Cosmos with Neil deGrasse Tyson and I Love it!!

7 месяцев назад
@mentor2703 +1
@mentor2703

This is by far the best video explanation about our universe I have seen. Well done and thx!

11 месяцев назад
@Arabicmanisfr +13
@Arabicmanisfr

Hello, Im a little late, but im 14 and im curious with the universe. Ive taught my self calculus, physics, etc. But two subjects that make me question is neuroscience and quantum physics. This video is way better than any video i've seen in months. Its really, really, really beautiful.

7 месяцев назад
@grimsobad8545 +1
@grimsobad8545

Roblox or minecraft?

7 месяцев назад
@Arabicmanisfr +3
@Arabicmanisfr

@@grimsobad8545 Neither. Dont play video games

7 месяцев назад
@lordgemini2376 +2
@lordgemini2376

Keep studying, learn as much as you can!!!

7 месяцев назад
@Arabicmanisfr +6
@Arabicmanisfr

@@lordgemini2376 Thank you, It will be needed! Hope the best for you as well!

7 месяцев назад
@party4keeps28
@party4keeps28

What is your primary language?

7 месяцев назад
@anatalelectronics4096
@anatalelectronics4096

Am I the only who get's scared sometimes of the depth of it all? My utmost respect for the sophisticated and tasteful cut. Also music has the correct level and intensity, very balanced, very cool!

9 месяцев назад
@RicStorm616
@RicStorm616

This scared feeling is why humans created god and Religion to cope with it all 😉

8 месяцев назад
@bobSeigar
@bobSeigar

​@@RicStorm616 Wrong. Religion was created over a fear of death, not a fear of infinities.

7 месяцев назад
@TheMunchkinita2509 +158
@TheMunchkinita2509

Interesting how the universe at one point kinda looks like a tree. Reminds me of Yggdrasill, the tree from Norse mythology. It was believed to be the world tree, a giant ash supporting the universe. Pretty cool coincidence, if you ask me.

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@dieterjoseph8569 +15
@dieterjoseph8569

That’s no coincidence!

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@jesseyu69420 +20
@jesseyu69420

@@dieterjoseph8569 But Norse mythology was created by humans. What are the odds humans made up stories about how the universe works and they turned out to be true?

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@theresnothinghereatall +20
@theresnothinghereatall

@@jesseyu69420 High. It's easy to make things up, enough times and it'll eventually be accurate

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@TheMunchkinita2509 +13
@TheMunchkinita2509

@@theresnothinghereatall it being a highly probable occurrence doesn't change the fact that it's still a coincidence.

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@mybuddyet +15
@mybuddyet

Or is it just our choice to see things in understandable structures that sees a tree where none exists, kinda like seeing faces in shadows or clouds?

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@Star_Skiing_Starskski
@Star_Skiing_Starskski

This was beautifully done. Thank you!

11 месяцев назад
@patriciajob7829
@patriciajob7829

Thank you for sharing such a good quality knowledge. With you, I'm still learning with joy at 61 years old. Thank you univers too ! 😊

5 месяцев назад
@fotografiaenarrativafotogr5028
@fotografiaenarrativafotogr5028

The best video I've seen on the issue to date. The clarity is impressive, and the visuals are very good.

8 месяцев назад
@markford3409 +1
@markford3409

Imagine being able to input co ordinates to an area in the universe say 5 billion light years away into a solar system then just explore that system I'd love it

10 месяцев назад
@TheArchitect93
@TheArchitect93

Might have to rewatch this a few times. Never would I have thought I'd get so much information condensed into 45 minutes but otherwise summarised almost the entire history up to now of astrological observations. God met it's match. And the game is still playing out.

6 месяцев назад
@dannonmarinade +56
@dannonmarinade

This series of videos is without a doubt my favorite thing on YouTube. Thank you for the consistently awe-inspiring content.

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@ulverboy1 +2
@ulverboy1

The more i know these details the more i realise how Powerful and Perfect our creator is. Subhan Allah ❤

10 месяцев назад
@wyqtor +1
@wyqtor

I am not Muslim, but I have much respect for the memory of people like Abdus Salam who have dedicated their lives to understanding the Universe, because this is what he felt brought him closer to God!

10 месяцев назад
@ulverboy1
@ulverboy1

@@wyqtor for a believer these are the signs of the Creator. But a heedless person uses the same details to deny the existence of Allah because they haven't seen him. We can't even look at the sun with our eyes which is not even the size of a grain compared to the universe. And then these very same people wishes to see Allah who created everything just commanding it to 'be'. the sheer arrogance of them. That's why they will never see Allah not even in the afterlife. But the beliver's will. And that will be the greatest gift of all for the believing men and women. that's a promise of Allah.

10 месяцев назад
@ulverboy1
@ulverboy1

@@maalikserebryakov The life in this world is temporary. so don't worry! Very soon we all will find out who was on the right path.

9 месяцев назад
@orangeblueandlavenda +6
@orangeblueandlavenda

The most interesting thing about the structure and system is that we as minds and as thoughts are so tiny that we pass straight through the black holes thus ensuring that our minds and thought patterns remain eternally intact.

9 месяцев назад
@doctorcrafts
@doctorcrafts

Ummmmm

5 месяцев назад
@Scary_Pronoun +2
@Scary_Pronoun

Could we all be just surfing through space in a black hole just to end up being spewed out by a white-hole in another universe? I mean could the big bang be the result of massive amount of matter being push through an infinitely small space from another universe?

7 месяцев назад
@HAL-xy3om
@HAL-xy3om

Fantastic show as always ! Thank you.

6 месяцев назад
@meganheyburn4026 +1
@meganheyburn4026

I really struggle to get my head around the universe, if the universe is expanding what is it expanding into and how big is that expanse? Could there be multiple universes in the great expanse and one day two universes will meet?

7 месяцев назад
@kermitefrog64 +83
@kermitefrog64

The map of the Universe reminds me of the mapping of the human brain with its billions of neurons.

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@jugganaut26 +6
@jugganaut26

I know there are differences with the physics of how stuff moves around in each, but yeah I see that too 100%. At one point in this video as it was zooming out into greater and greater superstructures, I said aloud, It's a brain!

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@torgenxblazterzoid +7
@torgenxblazterzoid

@@jugganaut26 it is the mind of God.

6 месяцев назад
@performtransform +1
@performtransform

Strange correlation, isn't it?

6 месяцев назад
@WazeAr
@WazeAr

my mind suddenly blown. This is amazing. all this time, I just thought that scientist just sit and eat potato chips. But this is amazing. Appreciate their discovery and hardwork.

6 месяцев назад
@jordantherubio
@jordantherubio

Man just knowing their is a vast space out there, just makes you feel like, we haven’t found that technology to be able to explore all of the universe and those planets 🪐 . Feels like we have only been on earth for just a short time and growing to able to discover the rest of the universe.

7 месяцев назад
@shatteredcore
@shatteredcore

I've always had trouble with the big bang and dark matter stuff :-p It's mentioned in your video too that magnetism HAS influence on light... And still we keep thinking we are looking strait at objects far away, and base all these weird theories on that 'fact'... While at the same time we say huge magnetic fields can basically bend light ever so slightly, and thus over vast distances that really adds up ;-) And I learned in school light gets refractured when moving through substances/conscentrations of different massdensity. So this happens when light passes thru our atmosphere(the fishbowl view) but also in vast space itself as light travels thru dense and less dense areas like gas clouds, doesn't it ;-) Though we never seem to reconsider that what we see when we look into space isn't exactly where we see it... Maybe we're just seeing it the way we are seeing it because of a case of kaleidoscope-vision, maybe not And the 2d base assumption is that 'dark' spaces in our visible sky, or our perception of it, are actually empty... and thus they have this 'dark matter' theory :-p But has any1 ever considered they are just places without a sun closeby to illuminate the planets and asteroids or whatever could potentially be there ;-) Or that some pieces in our night sky puzzle are blacked out by non-illuminated clouds or debris in front of it... And they'll set up fancy magnetic- and radiation-like measuring arrays and that just leads into the next issue, but also suffers from the same base issue as before: they dont adjust their readouts to manipulations/forces that might have worked into whatever they are measuring at any time it seems. Blind faith in the straitness of the readouts, so far that they'll claim space itself must be curved or something :-p Relativity, dear watson, the eye of the beholder In their whole model they are so pre-occupied with mass attracting mass that they seem to forget the strong magnetic forces at play, from the molecular level all the way up to the astral scale. Why don't electrons just clump together but bundle around a proton instead, why do some atoms attract other atoms... Maybe that is also aplicable on a macro-scale model, because the rules basically stay the same. I believe to understand the model of the universe, we should mainly see it as a web of interacting magnetic fields and flows first and mass second

7 месяцев назад
@letransformateur6477
@letransformateur6477

dark matter is not the dark patches in the sky with few stars. No, its something that needs to exist to explain the motions of galaxies. There seems to be way more mass than the visible stars in galaxies. You could find good youtube videos explaining dark matter.

7 месяцев назад
@moreofawave +1
@moreofawave

"Space is always permeated by quantum figures with different values at different positions. The Higgs field gives things mass. Another, the electromagnetic field gives things charge and carries light." I read somewhere once that our reality is made of fields, particles is what we see.

10 месяцев назад
@ksalarang
@ksalarang

I've grown bored of cosmos films like this one or so I thought. 46 minutes passed by unnoticed. I'm amazed by the grand scheme of the universe yet again. Thank you.

7 месяцев назад
@deusexaethera +40
@deusexaethera

It's taken me years of reading to learn the stuff you explain in the course of a 45 minute video. I continue to be amazed by how effectively you pack so much information into such a short time while also keeping it in the correct order for proper comprehension.

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@sanginthedark7585 +1
@sanginthedark7585

Some people still believe we are the only intelligent species in the universe. We are probably and in reality still a very primal species compared to the many others that must be out there somewhere. It's an alluring thought ❤️

9 месяцев назад
@tinygriffy
@tinygriffy

There is no movie I would watch as often as your videos .. good job !

2 месяца назад
@helderalmeida2790 +1
@helderalmeida2790

Q: Can the Voids be possible a past coalition with other universe's?

6 месяцев назад
@lunchrevisited +1
@lunchrevisited

Great presentation of a vast and fascinating subject. I feel enlightened and improved

11 месяцев назад
@Rogers319 +1
@Rogers319

I believe the galaxy is at least twice as far as my Papi could hit a golf ball. At least. I’ve taught my children the same. This helps my children and friends better understand the true sense of scale. Like Einstein once said - “Gravity like like taking a clock and a heavy weight and smashing them together. This is space-time. “

4 месяца назад
@zachhoy +54
@zachhoy

I can't count how many times I've heard the story of the universe but this one stuck with me much more deeply than others, very good cohesion of concepts

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@BOBLAF88
@BOBLAF88

Very nice organizational presentation of things that are absolutely indescribable! 🙃

2 месяца назад
@brunocastagno +1
@brunocastagno

Thanks for making my brain like a sponge…we as humans need more this to grow from the spiritual or whatever cave that’s slow our understanding …thank you !

10 месяцев назад
@andreysavenkov905
@andreysavenkov905

Mesmerising... Thank you. Безусловная красота.

5 месяцев назад
@richardasbury4932 +1
@richardasbury4932

Absolutely brilliant. I shall watch this many times. Thank you.

11 месяцев назад
@itachininja75
@itachininja75

I hope one day humans were able to harness the infinite energy of the universe so we can continue to expand and maybe even colonize other planets and galaxies.

7 месяцев назад
@uss_04 +130
@uss_04

I’m surprised that this is an ongoing series and not just clips of other shows from the past. Glad to see this continuing content.

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@KGB.83 +1
@KGB.83

He's copied other popular shows.. I'm ashamed at everyone else for not seeing it..

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@devonwilliams2423 +18
@devonwilliams2423

@@KGB.83 Yeah and history is repeating itself, people who know how to put information together in an entertaining way regardless if it has been said before is the value of the content. Im sure all of this stuff has been said months and years prior, but the value of this product is that it is being made now, with a unique twist that only HOTU can add (Narration, Animation and much more.)

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@SStupendous +20
@SStupendous

@@KGB.83 Shit, you mean he uses and displays some of the same information while talking about the same thing? Crazy

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@jesseyu69420 +13
@jesseyu69420

@@KGB.83 Wow! That’s crazy! This channel is talking about the same topics as other space-related channels! That means they’re copying other people! I can’t believe anyone would do this!

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@geoffas +5
@geoffas

Vibration is everything. I consider the universe to be a symphony. Without chords there can be no connections - things need to be of a 'close enough' frequency to able to recognise one another. That is what binds all things (and all of us) together.

9 месяцев назад
@tesmith47
@tesmith47

are you a RASTA?

7 месяцев назад
@David-jc6yh +1
@David-jc6yh

Lower or higher frequencies cancel frequencies and leave a residue frequency to be detected. This is how AM, FM, SW, and so on. Detection for AM band is 455 KHz. This means we employ an oscillating frequency that is either 455 KHz above or below the actual desired frequency tuned to. This says there are frequencies are cancelled by many other frequencies. By what means would we actually know what we are detecting???

6 месяцев назад
@doctorcrafts
@doctorcrafts

Derp

5 месяцев назад
@HighMojo
@HighMojo

The large scale structure of the universe reminds me of a magnetic dipole. The field lines emanate from one pole and absorbed through the other end manifesting itself as a manifold in the form of a torus. The universe is a hyper Horn torus, with one side of the hole being the Dipole Repeller, and the opposite side being the Shapley Attractor, linked via a wormhole.

28 дней назад
@Clockwerk0_0
@Clockwerk0_0

Love the content! Question though. If the universe is constantly expanding how will Andromeda run into the Milky Way? The universe expands at different rates in different places?

7 месяцев назад
@petepete2284
@petepete2284

I love this stuff. Thank you so much. Well done. its so........ Wondrously Wonderful Wondrium. 27:30 Its funny how you should use a tree as an example. All I see around me is a total similarity between life here and no life out there.

10 месяцев назад
@charlesmiller1446 +1
@charlesmiller1446

So Very Excellent Series ! Ranks above and beyond Sagan's Cosmos, a no small feat !!! Thank You So Much.

8 месяцев назад
@SIKCAR +56
@SIKCAR

YES, finally a new episode. I've been watching all the past episodes countless times every single night going to sleep. The content is so amazing and interesting that other science docu don't cover. Yet the voice and narration is so soothing that makes it easy to fall asleep to.

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@ggrthemostgodless8713 +2
@ggrthemostgodless8713

Agree with you... the right voice for this type of content. Like they thought well about the fact that not all listeners would be English speaking. Many other channels don't seem to think about it, speaking super fast, with regional slangs, and some English accents not well understood by even other English speakers.

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@flippyg86
@flippyg86

this channel is cathartic as well as educational. thank you so much.

8 месяцев назад
@timsytanker
@timsytanker

I can watch it to learn something new or listen to it to calm my mind and help me drift off to sleep.

7 месяцев назад
@deejannemeiurffnicht1791 +1
@deejannemeiurffnicht1791

I had a giggle at the beginning. Why? It reminded me of Hitch Hikers Guide To The Galaxy when we were introduced to the Perspective Vortex when we realise what a speck of dust we are at grander scales. Except Zaphod Beeblbrox as he just saw how amazing he was.

8 месяцев назад
@waterwolf982 +1
@waterwolf982

I loved listening to this while doing laundry! This really helped by not being too distracting, but also not too boring. Just entertaining enough to balance it with a dreaded chore.

9 месяцев назад
@doctorcrafts
@doctorcrafts

Reading this comment was a dreaded chore

5 месяцев назад
@lnnocentVILLAIN
@lnnocentVILLAIN

This is the best video on explaining our universe i've ever seen. It is even better than a million dollar video from popular science series on TV.

10 месяцев назад
@Infinite_0
@Infinite_0

wait, so if the furthest light to reach our eyes, does that mean that it was some of the first photons ever emitted? So technically, does that mean that all the empty dark areas of the Hubble deep field is where/when the universe was condensed into a small point?

10 месяцев назад
@jarvensucksballslolo
@jarvensucksballslolo

Pretty good summary of the big problem of modern cosmology. Nicely presented and well done. I will have to foot note this when I delve into the math later today

7 месяцев назад
@mikezahn5353
@mikezahn5353

I live in Maine and the birds were carrying on like that at late evening ,early morning. Never heard such a racket from birds before ,except for maybe a zoo or such.

7 месяцев назад
@tortysoft +28
@tortysoft

I've been thinking about these topics for decades. I chatted to my young son about them. He is about to finish his PhD in Physics. He knows more now than I can list. The best I can hope to do to follow his eight years of in depth study is watch videos like this - or talk to him :-)

11 месяцев назад
@JJ33438
@JJ33438

so excellent! thank you.This should be shown in every classroom in the nation!

3 месяца назад
@mephInc
@mephInc

The sphere of the observable universe only applies assuming we are the center of said sphere. We may exist on the edge of another life form's observable universe, which would result in overlapping spheres. I'd wager this can be done many times over, making the universe vastly larger than we will ever comprehend.

7 месяцев назад
@paullbobbinsbobbins2965
@paullbobbinsbobbins2965

The all just gets more and more intriguing and wonderfull, i never thought as an eight year old looking at the stars it would go on to be so mind blowing.

7 месяцев назад
@gordonpsmith8958
@gordonpsmith8958

Brilliantly presented. Thank you.

11 месяцев назад
@STaSHZILLA420
@STaSHZILLA420

If a universe expands forever and all matter will evaporate away, perhaps that evaporation condenses all matter into a different, dual universe. Once all matter has been collected, a big bang in the dual universe would happen and expand until all matter condenses back on our side. That way you can have infinities and a cyclic universe (or cyclic dual universe) edit: This would also adhere to symmetries, dualities, and fractals.

6 месяцев назад
@theoneway22 +47
@theoneway22

Thank you for all the research you put into each minute of each episode. This is truly a gem in a bag of stones. Each episode is truly mind blowing. Its easy to lose hope in humanity surfing through YouTube.. but then you happen on something like this. A beautifully illustrated and written segment that truly nurtures your mind. Thank you for the work you put into each episode.

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@metarukarakuri783
@metarukarakuri783

According to Jos de Bruijne, a scientist at the European Space Agency (ESA) who works on the galaxy-mapping Gaia mission, the current estimate is between 100 to 400 billion stars.

10 месяцев назад
@theinspector7882 +2
@theinspector7882

I would've comment to Copernicus that in an infinite universe any spot or spectator is at the center of it. A universe with no beginning nor end, but only an eternity of cyclical changes.

10 месяцев назад
@QueenBee-ws3mu +1
@QueenBee-ws3mu

What if we are cells in a cardiovascular system. Like the universe is a living organism, and we just live inside it, same way cells live inside us. That would be cool I think

6 месяцев назад
@seamon9732
@seamon9732

Very informative, thank you!

9 месяцев назад
@ajakethompson
@ajakethompson

31:40 This part I had never heard of before. The explanation for it was so satisfying.

10 месяцев назад
@billc.4584 +43
@billc.4584

Truth: I am a cosmology junkie. I eat this subject up with a spoon so I don't miss a drop. Loving your channel. I typically have to watch each episode at least twice (not a problem) because they are so information dense (that's a good thing) with a welcome specificity. Many chicken out when it comes to putting a number on some things and rely on 'really really big'. Oh, and I haven't caught you (yet) saying 'millions' instead of 'billions' (trust me, that's a thing). Thank you. I hope I made you smile. Peace.

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@theultimatereductionist7592 +2
@theultimatereductionist7592

Watch Professor Dave Explains channel. THE BEST!

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@youtubeisB0ring
@youtubeisB0ring

ok ! can u answer me sir , how our scinetis knows how our milyway look?even tho none of man made thing have went that far

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@longwaydown6959 +3
@longwaydown6959

So I'm not sure If English just isn't your first language, you're rather young, or typing short hand on a mobile device's digital keyboard and that's why the spelling and grammar in your question isn't the best. But no judgment on that from me, the way I type is not perfect either. So, we have launched the Voyager Probe, which we are still communicating with and if you look up some of the photos from the probe, you can see the sheer magnitude of the distance it has covered and although it doesn't allow us to see the full scope of what it looks like EXACTLY, it is still impressive nonetheless. Secondly, we do have telescopes which have given us a pretty deep perspective when it comes to what we've been able to see and measure. The creator of this video has also mentioned the multiple device's, Scans and Surveys we've used in order to get a visual perspective on the form and shape our universe takes. One of the issues mentioned is the "End of Greatness" issue. We can only see visible light to a certain extent. As a result of the universal speed limit of Light, the further we look in distance, the older the age of where we are looking. So, with the other issue of the " Horizon Problem" he mentioned, it can have an almost haze of uniformity, but, with the theory of Inflation, we can essentially infer as to what the shape of our Universe, Cosmos, Galaxy, Solar System, etc. To a pretty close approximation as to the example given in the video. I do hope my rambling response (which mind you, I only understand much of these concepts at a surface level) has given you some insight as it pertains to your original question. Always stay curious, always keep your mind open to new information while also debating that information until you're able to get either an informed theory or opinion, or you're able to get facts and continue to build your knowledge off of those facts. 😁😁

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@sumerianliger +1
@sumerianliger

Just when I exhausted all the channels I was familiar with that compelled me to binge, I find this one. I don't know if I should thank you or damn you :)

11 месяцев назад
@davelew86 +1
@davelew86

We should be able to chanel our minds with and into the structure of the universe. Like reading the waves of connectivity and allowing AI to interpret to us what we see, and AI decides to tell us only what AI needs for us to see, basically a computer enhanced, alternate reality where mankind learns he NEVER was in control. And this happened many centuries ago, perhaps even light years of time ago, when AI began simulating to mankind their perceived reality all around them and that there is absolutely no way to know or to determine that what we live and experienced every day isn't the reality of what's going on outside of our ability to see because the AI would never disclose to us. We're flesh and blood but our realities are governed by and through biometric programming..... Look, singularity happened an infinitesimal amount of time ago and what we see isn't what we are actually seeing. Would it scare you to find out that your physical appearance isn't even what you perceive it to be? In fact, your true appearance, you would not be able to detect or even recognize if you did see it in the preprogrammed world of their-allity not THE reality, broadcasts to the neurotically connected beings occupying this period of time, or maybe even eternally and you just keep skipping to different levels or different rooms of a preprogrammed version of another realty in a different plane of existence.

10 месяцев назад
@talawanda5164
@talawanda5164

we can barely comprehend our own planet or how large it is but somehow we know everything about the universe.

10 месяцев назад

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