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  • Fvck Google
    Fvck Google  4 hours back

    Is there such a thing as quark degeneracy pressure? Maybe a ball of quarks that has an escape velocity faster than light is the end result inside the inner horizon of a black hole rather than a singularity with a bunch of infinities.

    • Christopher M
      Christopher M  4 days back

      DONATING !!!
      Thank you for educating us 🤘

      • WAΓUIGI
        WAΓUIGI  5 days back

        COOL? THEY ARE NOT COOL. THEY ARE MOST UNCHILL.

        • Frank Andrew I
          Frank Andrew I  6 days back

          You don’t say dumb things, but funny things at times..

          • hagenmaikel
            hagenmaikel  6 days back

            If ifs and buts were candies and nuts we'd all have a merry Christmas 💁‍♂️

            • Manuel Osio
              Manuel Osio  7 days back

              I hate the way he talks and the faces he makes.😭😭😭😭

              • Java Fusion
                Java Fusion  1 weeks back

                I wish it was possible to witness all of these events

                • Radkon Psygami
                  Radkon Psygami  2 weeks back

                  I wonder if some of the "strange" stars like a preon stars could be mistaken for a light-weight black hole as opposed to a neutron star. I ask this for the following reasons:

                  1) The escape velocity for these stars could be greater than speed of light. . . not sure, though, since I haven't seen any info on the internet showing the theoretical escape velocity for such a star.

                  2) Even if hypothetical escape velocity for a preon star is lower than speed of light, perhaps the "superfluid" which it is made out of slows down light enough to keep it from escaping (ex: light travels slower thru water). After all, CMB light/radiation didn't appear until about 380,000 years after the big bang because the light/radiation was scattering and going no where until the density of the universe was small enough to form hydrogen atoms.

                  Comments anyone?

                  • UltraGaming
                    UltraGaming  2 weeks back

                    As a 12 year old,This video will kill your brain.

                    • Orion
                      Orion  3 weeks back

                      neutronium is what we should use to create starship hull armour, and what we should use to make a dyson sphere.

                      • Andre Greeff
                        Andre Greeff  3 weeks back

                        I do realise this is a really old video, but it was during this one (of the many hundred) that I've watched that truly made me realise just how small Earth truly is. Though I do actually have a question, I'd be very interested to hear your thoughts on it. (:


                        In the events you describe around 9:10, where (I presume?) a star collapses into itself, resulting in a a supernova event... You go on to say that astronomers haven't yet found the expected "Neutrino Star" at that location. But this makes me wonder about the time-based distance measures we use, aptly called light years...


                        It's safe to say that, there are forces out in the soup that our solar system is floating through, that have the ability to bend light.. This implies the ability to alter a light particle's direction, and by relation, it's speed.


                        I'm pretty sure the guys behind our society's current scientific knowledge (generally speaking) would've come up with some explanation for that.. Would you perhaps consider talking about that for a bit?

                        • Orlando Vazquez
                          Orlando Vazquez  3 weeks back

                          Oh and the forces bending light and altering our view, spacetime, gravity, whatever,has been proven in footage of a solar eclipse. Einstein was totally right in his t of gr.

                        • Orlando Vazquez
                          Orlando Vazquez  3 weeks back

                          Time-based distance, this is something I wonder about now thanks to you I have it in words. When these events happen, depending on how many light years away they're millions (or billions)of light years away, right? So how would they know what's happening in so-called "real time"? We have hundreds of satellites around the world, UV telescopes and still launching (James Webb?). It's neat because in ways this is like looking back in time, but how can we know about events happening now? Time-based distance, I like that.

                      • Vishal Mishra
                        Vishal Mishra  3 weeks back

                        Here is another possibility. Heaviest non-black-hole is a TBB-neutron star in which all up and down quarks have transitioned under extreme gravity into top and bottom quarks. The additional mass of 3rd generation quarks consumes nearly all energy so these cryogenic-temperature dead-stars are near-impossible to detect using electro-magnetic interactions with us. Their gravitational influence makes them appear like dark matter stars. As gravitational-wave astronomy matures over next few years, there will be several discoveries over the coming decades helping us understand which new pressure is extreme enough to prevent them from collapsing under gravity into a black hole. Interesting times ahead !!

                        • killi mimes
                          killi mimes  4 weeks back

                          The Bdsm of stellar bodies!

                          • bakenryu
                            bakenryu  4 weeks back

                            Black Hole: "Who's your daddy?"

                            "Neutron star has left the chat."

                            • Nazgul skyrim
                              Nazgul skyrim  1 months back

                              Stars made from quarks are quark stars that come from neutron stars but strange stars are stars made from only strange quaks not up and down quacks as it comes fron a quak star

                              • Mike Stevens
                                Mike Stevens  1 months back

                                Bravo! Yet an idea , a simple white dress shirt , or a shamens cape , decorated with meat an old bones , perhaps have a design a t shirt contest...also mockumentary up a weather report - what is the space weather future gonna look like ? Will it rain for two million years , again,? ..it's a platform you can play on ...c yaz​!

                                • Debartello Escobar
                                  Debartello Escobar  1 months back

                                  I wanted strange stars I get a beardo braining about triangles.

                                  • sommi
                                    sommi  1 months back

                                    Nobody:
                                    Universe: child you havent seen weird yet

                                    • rwk92877
                                      rwk92877  1 months back

                                      This guy looks like an old version of jacksepticeye.

                                      • gamebro
                                        gamebro  1 months back

                                        Isn't this guy the bad guy from the kevin costner robin hood movie?

                                        • Ian Ian
                                          Ian Ian  1 months back

                                          sorry. jealous. I'm thick and can't grow a beard. would love to be just a little bit as smart and know what he know. gonna go to first stars and then quasars. plus I will shuddup on here while i'm over there.

                                          • Ian Ian
                                            Ian Ian  1 months back

                                            she must still be busting ghosts...you whaa? well, gorilla in the math.

                                            • Addinator !
                                              Addinator !  1 months back

                                              If the pressure in the core of neutron star is so extreme. It would mean you get an extreme temperature. But if the particles are pressed together so tight that the atoms themselfs can move let alive the quarks, wouldnt that mean that it would be really cold even colder than absoulute zero. Or would the heat win over the cold.

                                              And if the heat win couldnt that contribute to a sort of resistance to becoming a black hole due to the high temperature making all the matter want to move around?sry if im unclear

                                              • manoj anjan
                                                manoj anjan  1 months back

                                                What if black holes are made up of strange matter

                                                • Kate Meadows
                                                  Kate Meadows  1 months back

                                                  Fantastic! Didn't know that a star's core could potentially remain stable forever. [At 8:01 I had to do a double take and go "OH.... the CRAB nebula" LOL]

                                                  • JuanTutors
                                                    JuanTutors  2 months back

                                                    Second question: A common quote is that neutron star matter weighs a few tons per teaspoon. If you somehow did get a teaspoon of neutron star matter, would it actually explode instantaneously?

                                                    • Threelly AI
                                                      Threelly AI  2 months back

                                                      Unexptected (,/'_'\.)
                                                      https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/threelly-ai-for-youtube/dfohlnjmjiipcppekkbhbabjbnikkibo

                                                      • Patfettx
                                                        Patfettx  2 months back

                                                        Where's the english version? kk thx

                                                        • Hermaeus Mora
                                                          Hermaeus Mora  2 months back

                                                          I oftentimes use the Neutron Star Highway in Elite Dangerous.

                                                          • Munif A.
                                                            Munif A.  2 months back

                                                            "Stahz, made entahly from Quacks"

                                                            • Alistair Page
                                                              Alistair Page  2 months back

                                                              So... if a strange star could theoretically be eternal... would the ‘end of the universe’ not actually end in darkness, but a scattering of strange stars and nothing else? (Once black holes had fully decayed)

                                                              • Don't, Jim Angius
                                                                Don't, Jim Angius  2 months back

                                                                Wow!

                                                                • aljanat5
                                                                  aljanat5  2 months back

                                                                  Speaking of strange matters, I am pretty sure he throws up gang signs at 05:06 and 13:32. Who knew Astrophysics, Astrochemistry and Quantum State Energy Transfer could be so gangster?

                                                                  • Sigmund Freud
                                                                    Sigmund Freud  2 months back

                                                                    A big step toward quantum theory is if we can successfully observe a star turning into a black hole.

                                                                    • Philip Moran
                                                                      Philip Moran  2 months back

                                                                      A three finger over the eye salute to the creater of the Universe.

                                                                      • UberKrassMann
                                                                        UberKrassMann  2 months back

                                                                        i think tall peter dinklage just called me a degenerate.....

                                                                        • Ash ketchup
                                                                          Ash ketchup  2 months back

                                                                          I believe space time is property of dark energy/dark matter, and dense observable mass/energy have the property of creating gravity bending/compressing maybe even absorbing this dark energy/mass thus gravity would bend/compress space time causing it to speed up.

                                                                          • Ash ketchup
                                                                            Ash ketchup  2 months back

                                                                            This could mean there is an entire seperate universe inside a black hole

                                                                        • Samsung McKone
                                                                          Samsung McKone  2 months back

                                                                          I consider myself a fairly well-informed amateur cosmologist. Took a few courses in University, but just couldn't grasp the advanced mathematics. Funny thing is, 30 years later and I have learned enough of the math to make a small bit of sense of some of these theories (should have stuck with it). Anyway, I had heard of a Quark Star once before and it interested me, unfortunately, something else took my attention away. This is fascinating stuff, thank you so much for re-introducing me to the ideas. I know where my amateur studies will be taking me for the next little while. Quark Stars? That is just incredible.

                                                                          • Zenytram Searom
                                                                            Zenytram Searom  2 months back

                                                                            why stop with just 3 quark? what about botton, charm, and top, couldn't the quark matter be more dense with all type together?

                                                                            • JuanTutors
                                                                              JuanTutors  2 months back

                                                                              Neutrons decay radioactively when on their own, but are generally stable within molecules. Are neutrons stable within neutron stars?

                                                                              • Elvis Sanchez
                                                                                Elvis Sanchez  2 months back

                                                                                I love theoretical physics.

                                                                                • Life Eternal
                                                                                  Life Eternal  2 months back

                                                                                  https://youtu.be/ALQlh5H7l0E

                                                                                  • Zenytram Searom
                                                                                    Zenytram Searom  2 months back

                                                                                    seriously, you think anybody here gonna watch a lunatic for 2h

                                                                                • jaeden Drake
                                                                                  jaeden Drake  2 months back

                                                                                  What about string stars? A star not made from neutrons, not quarks and gluons, but from each particle being crushed into pure strings by gravity; the ultimate degenerate matter.

                                                                                  • Wallaby Ted
                                                                                    Wallaby Ted  2 months back

                                                                                    'Degenerate' is the way I use the word when referring to perverts and deviants.

                                                                                    • Sharon Manetta
                                                                                      Sharon Manetta  2 months back

                                                                                      lol..he's using his sexy eyes..lol

                                                                                      • Sharon Manetta
                                                                                        Sharon Manetta  2 months back

                                                                                        since those 2 neutrons stars collided 2 years ago and we are just now feeling their waves, is it possible that if strangelets exist, then we will be bombarded with them soon? if they exist?

                                                                                        • Gitana Fox
                                                                                          Gitana Fox  2 months back

                                                                                          Stranger things have happened.

                                                                                          • VC YT
                                                                                            VC YT  3 months back

                                                                                            I prefer these stars to hollywood stars.