The Most Dangerous Stuff in the Universe - Strange Stars Explained

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    Inside neutron stars we can find the weirdest and most dangerous substance in the universe: Strange matter. What is strange matter, how dangerous is it and what can it tell us about the origin of the universe?
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    • cyka neu
      cyka neu 日 前

      K

    • Jenny Scott
      Jenny Scott 2 日 前

      Thank you 😊 for your support and your name and the best for your as well as your own personality

    • Pandasss
      Pandasss 7 日 前

      What happens if it toishes a human? Will it turn us to superheroes 😂 ?

    • Anthony Umana-Paniagua
      Anthony Umana-Paniagua 16 日 前

      I past the 6th grade 😀

    • conmadben
      conmadben 26 日 前

      Thx guys. I needed my monthly does of existencial crysis...

  • Shounak Kale
    Shounak Kale 13 時間 前

    Very nice video

  • Charmaine Russell
    Charmaine Russell 15 時間 前

    I would like to forget about strangelets....

  • Thomas Neihoff
    Thomas Neihoff 22 時間 前

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

  • MrMoticuko
    MrMoticuko 日 前

    Stranger Things confirmed

  • Kelsang Gyudzhin

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

  • Kutluhan Bilgeşah Bayzan

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

  • Iustinian Motac
    Iustinian Motac 日 前

    Thank you for existing.

  • Amrith Nadendla
    Amrith Nadendla 日 前 +1

    if strange matter hit a human it would turn it into Shrek

  • Amrith Nadendla
    Amrith Nadendla 日 前 +1

    4:20 BUT HOW, matter can't think, it can't change its matter without a chemical reactions

  • Taufik Nur Rahmanda

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

  • TheFamousArthur
    TheFamousArthur 日 前

    Where are CHARM, BOTTOM, and TOP quarks?

  • Albert25012501
    Albert25012501 日 前

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

  • Cassia Chloe
    Cassia Chloe 日 前

    this animator must smoke a lot of dmt
    its beautiful

  • Bianca Pilichi
    Bianca Pilichi 日 前 +2

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

  • mtilford
    mtilford 日 前 +1

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

  • 윤우성
    윤우성 日 前

    !

  • Dan Cooper
    Dan Cooper 2 日 前

    I'm not going to worry about it.

  • Eurus
    Eurus 2 日 前

    doctor strange: hOLD MY BEER

  • P G
    P G 2 日 前

    So that is a tiberium.

  • keith dunham
    keith dunham 2 日 前

    really an ad about tat stupid ark in kentucky ??

  • SCRUMB
    SCRUMB 2 日 前 +1

    Strange matter: *Exist*
    Dr strange: Strange up boi!

  • Nathan Stene
    Nathan Stene 2 日 前

    Hey, I study physics in Brussels and I'm reading a few scientific articles on the subject. In particular, it's been 35 years we know strangelets are not dangerous whatsoever. Here it is, supported by all background and calculations you might want to check :
    "If quark matter with strangeness is bound, then energetically it can grow indefinitely by absorbing nucleons. On might at first think that quark matter would be dangerous in contact with ordinary matter, but this is not the case. [...] To balance the chemical potential difference, there will be an almost equal electrostatic potential of +50MeV at the surface of (and throughout) a nugget of quark matter, this potential will be more than adequate to repel positively charged nuclei at ordinary temperatures or at reasonably low velocities. Quark matter is in this respect no more dangerous than oxygen." Edward Witten, "Cosmic separation of phases", Physical Review D,1984
    Also, I have checked your source for your "end of the world" theory - your source EXPLICITELY says the scenario is unlikely because it would mean having negatively charged strangelets. Once again I'm a bit disappointed by the way you guys transmit scientific information.

  • XL Gamer
    XL Gamer 2 日 前

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


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

  • Da Drumma
    Da Drumma 3 日 前

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

  • LegendaryDoge
    LegendaryDoge 3 日 前 +4

    How to make this video 2 second long
    Strange Matter is Strange

  • Adasha Stewart
    Adasha Stewart 3 日 前

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

  • World Shell
    World Shell 3 日 前

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

  • Depopa
    Depopa 3 日 前

    thanks for the anxiety

  • Fancy Hotdog
    Fancy Hotdog 3 日 前 +5

    Kurzgesagt: Perfectly dense, perfectly stable, indestructible.
    My brain: *Perfectly balanced, as all things should be*

  • Regine Young
    Regine Young 3 日 前

    Quack

  • Aristides e a Galáxia

    and


    WHATS HAPPEN WITH THE FINAL BIRD

  • Oliveer Mitteer
    Oliveer Mitteer 3 日 前 +1

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

  • MLG Master
    MLG Master 3 日 前

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

  • MLG Master
    MLG Master 3 日 前

    D E N S E

  • ganymede242
    ganymede242 3 日 前

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

  • Carolina Montealegre

    Someone thought about MOONCAKE from Final Space?

  • Crisselle Heart
    Crisselle Heart 3 日 前

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

  • Rohan Shetty
    Rohan Shetty 3 日 前

    Nope, I I still don't get it

  • 53 ' er
    53 ' er 3 日 前

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

  • 53 ' er
    53 ' er 3 日 前

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

  • Alexandros Huang
    Alexandros Huang 3 日 前

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

  • vegetariansteak
    vegetariansteak 3 日 前

    so basically subatomic zombies

  • Gamma Del Ray
    Gamma Del Ray 3 日 前

    Being infectiously converted into some strange nuclear matter by a small droplet of neutron star core sounds kind of romantic in my eyes.

  • SmilingDude 4325
    SmilingDude 4325 4 日 前

    Bends the rules of the universe = SCP.

  • Pig Ster
    Pig Ster 4 日 前

    So strange quark is vibranium

  • LooneyScouter
    LooneyScouter 4 日 前

    Is this just based on guessing? XD
    Can't imagine humans to understand something so complex and unknown.

  • Nick Siegner
    Nick Siegner 4 日 前

    I love how the whole commentsection is just memes about strange matter

  • Zack Wright
    Zack Wright 4 日 前

    So its like a sickness that could spread through out the Multiverse and destroy everything it touches....great

  • SevenPheonix329
    SevenPheonix329 4 日 前

    *wibbily* matter

  • Steve Chu
    Steve Chu 4 日 前

    Strange matter is made from Doctor strange

  • hike rieger
    hike rieger 4 日 前 +5

    Time to play with strange matter
    *Drops
    someone: you doomed us all

  • Burhan Sabaz
    Burhan Sabaz 4 日 前

    OH MY ALLAH!

  • KaylaByCandlelight
    KaylaByCandlelight 4 日 前

    Can you do a video on an EMP

  • Jace Baptista-Allan

    Is he suggesting that we use the densest thing in the universe as a source of power? Like:
    Scientist: picks up a drop of strange matter between tweezers
    Strangelet: travels straight to the center of earth, closing up the hole behind it

  • Alex Ng
    Alex Ng 5 日 前 +11

    Denses material in the universe ( from weakest to strongest)
    Our Sun
    Neutron star
    Black hole
    Nokia3310

  • Ghost Reportin'
    Ghost Reportin' 5 日 前 +1

    Ice-9

  • / CringeLord /
    / CringeLord / 5 日 前

    I like how this channel uses birbs

  • Leo He
    Leo He 5 日 前

    Might just be me but isn't this argument just a bit flawed. Suppose strange matter does exist as noted and that theres a lot of it. If we assume that everything that contacts strange matter wants to change to enter the stabler and stronger form of the strange matter, and there was a lot of strange matter in the beginning of the universe, why isn't everything already strange matter. Why have we no knowledge of it until now. I want to note that in the beginning, Kurzgesagt noted that there is a chance that strange mattter converts everything it contacts yet for the entire second half, this off chance suddenly turned definitive, as if it were a fact rather then a theory

  • Arthas The Lich King

    Plot twist:we are all already made of strange matter and we just don't know it

  • Arthas The Lich King

    Plot twist:we are all already made of strange matter and we just don't know it

  • Rubem Parisi
    Rubem Parisi 5 日 前

    Im the subscriber number 8.955.515

  • Drew Johnson
    Drew Johnson 5 日 前 +1

    It should probably be noted that this videos topic is hypothetical in every sense of the word. There has been no observational confirmation of stable stranglets, and current observations seem to favor the idea that neutron stars (or at least their surfaces) are comprised of regular, nuclear matter. Cool video, and a good treatment of a speculative and interesting theory, but you should probably make it more clear that this is more of an astrophysical curiosity than anything else right now.

  • Flame Haze Mithril
    Flame Haze Mithril 5 日 前 +3

    Hmm, I just got an idea for a new missile warhead. Thanks Kurgezagt 😂

  • ibrahim Tariq
    ibrahim Tariq 5 日 前

    GOOD!

  • ibrahim Tariq
    ibrahim Tariq 5 日 前

    amazing videos I subbed and liked
    THANKS ALOT!!!

  • FLX Sam
    FLX Sam 5 日 前

    Wow humans are definitely not ready to face that sort of problem

  • Squishy Spud
    Squishy Spud 5 日 前

    Kurz gesagt, wir stecken in der Klemme

  • Obito Uchiha
    Obito Uchiha 5 日 前

    I am more afraid watching Kurzgesagt videos compared to watching horror movies.

  • Blade of Godolo
    Blade of Godolo 5 日 前

    question, what the hell would happen if two black holes meet my first comment on any social media and this is it, its been bugging me for quite some time now. i know there are websites dedicated to this type of stuff but u guys make it simpler and to be honest fun to watch even if there a bit dark still i would like it if anyone could help understand.tnx a lot,peace!!✌️

  • StijntjeHap
    StijntjeHap 5 日 前

    The more I watch kurzgesagt, the more i know about how much I do not know, and the more i start feeling like the world can end any second lol

  • Arthur morgen
    Arthur morgen 5 日 前

    Nah rdr2 is 1000000000000 more times dangerous

  • LeQuiller
    LeQuiller 5 日 前 +1

    Zombie infection????

  • Monique Ward
    Monique Ward 5 日 前

    I don't know if it's just me but I listen to Kurzgesagt videos and mostly not watch it. I find the music here to be louder if not the same as the volume of the content audio. A little distracting. Other than that it's a good video. Thanks!

  • Pro SKIMON5
    Pro SKIMON5 5 日 前

    1:08 neuciai
    Edit 1: die

  • Pro SKIMON5
    Pro SKIMON5 5 日 前

    pin me

  • KSR3
    KSR3 5 日 前

    quarks = quacks

  • Mat E
    Mat E 6 日 前

    "In the beginning God"

  • Gordon B
    Gordon B 6 日 前

    Top 3 on JPclips. Teaching you something in an entertaining way, instead of stupid cat videos and people farting....

  • Pro Odermonicon
    Pro Odermonicon 6 日 前

    Strange matter = exotic matter?

  • Peanut butter
    Peanut butter 6 日 前 +1

    ......thanks kurzgesagt now I have a new fear

  • zazaplus200 7
    zazaplus200 7 6 日 前

    Bonjour

  • Niko
    Niko 6 日 前

    Wow! I can die literally any second!

  • Sweet and Sour
    Sweet and Sour 6 日 前

    All I hear is “quack”.

  • cody taylor
    cody taylor 6 日 前 +1

    I wonder what would happen if a strangelet entered a singularity, or if a gamma ray burst shot through a strange star. Does dark matter convert to strange matter over time as well as regular matter would. What if something was shot through a strange star at the speed of light? Would its matter debilitate fast enough to become strange matter. Would strange matter be affected by a black hole as other matter would since it is the most impenetrable thing in the universe ( well ... other than flex tape at least ). This video gives me a lot of questions about strange stars.

  • Super Clutch
    Super Clutch 6 日 前

    we need a movie about this

  • Michael Chen
    Michael Chen 6 日 前

    These videos scare the shit out of me...

  • Austin Love
    Austin Love 6 日 前

    5:02 plot of The Blob?

  • Jaspreet Singh
    Jaspreet Singh 6 日 前

  • Chenzhong Wang
    Chenzhong Wang 6 日 前 +11

    4:25 shouldn't the glass turn into strange matter instead of cracking?

  • Kopek Kopkowy
    Kopek Kopkowy 6 日 前

    Is strange matter green?

  • K J
    K J 6 日 前

    but will we still be alive after turning into strange matter???

  • Yeeter The teeter
    Yeeter The teeter 6 日 前 +16

    Strange: matter exists
    Thanos: it’s perfection

  • Hugh Mungus
    Hugh Mungus 6 日 前

    very interesting :o

  • Lone Ghost _/\__/\_

    The truth is we don’t know shit no one knows what is going on we like to think we do because we fear the unknown

  • Generaika Khaled
    Generaika Khaled 6 日 前

    Can u talk about how iron is made in distance stars and how it reached Earth

  • Tugsjargal Otgonbuyan

    Pls make the sevcond video

  • Andrew Siegel
    Andrew Siegel 7 日 前 +1

    4:06 Perfectly Balanced

  • Andrew Siegel
    Andrew Siegel 7 日 前 +2

    0:19 Is that a figit spinner?

    • Andrew Siegel
      Andrew Siegel 5 日 前

      @Jake Andersson I was just joking I never saw anyone use the term grammar Nazi before until today and since you corrected me I wanted to use the phrase.

    • Jake Andersson
      Jake Andersson 6 日 前 +1

      @Andrew Siegel what the hell man, it's not like it called you names or something, just take the note

    • Andrew Siegel
      Andrew Siegel 6 日 前 +1

      @Jake Andersson Thanks grammar Nazi

    • Jake Andersson
      Jake Andersson 6 日 前 +1

      Fidget*

  • ALAN
    ALAN 7 日 前

    Yikes!!!