HOW IT WORKS: The Atom

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  • Published: 06 November 2014
  • The internal structure is explained composed of protons, electrons, and neutrons held together by magnetic and nuclear forces.

Comments • 43

  • ADHISH CHAKRAVORTY
    ADHISH CHAKRAVORTY  6 days back

    Legendary loved it

    • Ryan Lin
      Ryan Lin  2 months back

      This looked it was made in 2000 kinda

      • Joseph Cribari
        Joseph Cribari  3 months back

        In the year 2019, man first photographed an atom

        • Eureka L
          Eureka L  4 months back

          Feels good when you bring up atom smasher and the audiences know exactly where they are heading, eh?

          Me, "Smash me smash me, break me into pieces . Collect me collect me, back me up in one piece. Teleport me through space with lightning."

          • 610 Hobbies
            610 Hobbies  4 months back

            I was half expecting this would be a Fallout promo xD

            • Edgar V
              Edgar V  5 months back

              Who's here after watching HBO's Chernobyl?

              • Alejandro Sudiro
                Alejandro Sudiro  6 months back

                This 1960 youtube posting is interesting

                • School TV
                  School TV  12 months back

                  very nice

                  • Jose Medina
                    Jose Medina  1 years back

                    Caceres norba caesarina 2B DMP

                    • YRB. MASTER
                      YRB. MASTER  2 years back

                      What does atom do what is it i know its a things really small but what do you use it for

                      • BabyGoat247365
                        BabyGoat247365  11 months back

                        Atoms are in literally everything in the universe(with 2 or 3 exceptions). The device you used to type the comment is made of atoms. You are made of atoms. Donald Trump's long lost 22nd cousin twice removed's dog's booger is made of atoms. They are in everything.

                    • One Pun
                      One Pun  2 years back

                      Its like porn to me I watch this at night

                      • TheLocoUnion
                        TheLocoUnion  2 years back

                        Nuclear powered trains? I wish! Lol!

                        • D' Kydd
                          D' Kydd  2 years back

                          Yeah I like the sciences...life would suck without them...but I don't like scientific theories about the origin of the universe...there will always be a source of origin you will never understand...LIGHT...nobody will ever understand what light is better than humans...and humans will never completely understand light...BECAUSE LIGHT IS CONSCIOUSNESS...LIFE is consciousness... God is consciousness...if you see another being with consciousness it's a god as well...(not subconscious animals) the light that you are as a SOUL/SPIRIT is the light of the HIGHEST GOD which to us HUMANS (Emmanuel/Jesus) IS...the everlasting suicidal conscious Life that IS light...the TRINITY is three lights. protons, electrons and neutrons..."father,son,holy(separate) spirit"...but why a separate light? (Neutral light is the real source)...this is me speculating but whatever, we live in a world where people speculate all the time...I say there are many gods(powers/beings) for every physical thing and a neutral energy particle is ours...where's that source? According to legend it comes and GOS

                          • Rinat Ben Moshe
                            Rinat Ben Moshe  2 years back

                            Man can change his own atomic energy though, It starts with the mind first.

                            • Rinat Ben Moshe
                              Rinat Ben Moshe  2 years back

                              So informative! I never learned chemistry, but I do understand so much!

                              • Zain Jaffry
                                Zain Jaffry  2 years back

                                Why is this vid amazing :D

                                • Han Gyo Jin
                                  Han Gyo Jin  2 years back

                                  I was watching 4 modern animation video about atoms. But damn i couldn't understand a single one of those. But then i see this and i understand immediately. Old videos sometimes worth more than gold

                                  • Hungertale Sans
                                    Hungertale Sans  2 years back

                                    Atoms remind me of the nuclear bomb in fallout 4 the radiation bomb in the game fallout 4

                                    • nomming applejack
                                      nomming applejack  2 years back

                                      at first i was confused on why is this on my recommended list but then i remembered i searched on how to build fusion reactor before but instead got a nuclear tutorial instead

                                      • vince
                                        vince  3 years back

                                        love the retro video

                                        • Ram niwas Kumar
                                          Ram niwas Kumar  3 years back

                                          Beautiful expression of smallest particles. Are they really the smallest.? Thinking again.

                                          • Z R
                                            Z R  3 years back

                                            I like that they just breezed over warrior/destroyer

                                            • Passed High School Physics

                                              Anyone catch the mistake in the video at 7:59? The first atomic bomb was a plutonium one NOT uranium. We weren't sure if we could get a plutonium bomb to work which is why it was tested at Alamogordo, New Mexico.

                                              • Ken mk7
                                                Ken mk7  3 years back

                                                Nice video and good explaining

                                                • Robert Callaghan
                                                  Robert Callaghan  3 years back

                                                  fantastic....

                                                  • Spawn
                                                    Spawn  3 years back

                                                    In that era it's impossible to see an atom. But now we can observe in limited condition. Actually noone can see. The sophisticated devices such as electron microscobe can record in limited condition. But the print out is man made pixels. So actually atom can not visible. In adition there are some particals that can not visible even with electron microscobes which they called quarks. For example boson.

                                                    • goosecouple
                                                      goosecouple  3 years back

                                                      Wow..this video was made long before the Chernobyl.

                                                      • Burt Lade
                                                        Burt Lade  3 years back

                                                        This looks to be a sales pitch for nuclear power.
                                                        Where is the flip side where we get to see the dangers?

                                                        • adrienne gellman
                                                          adrienne gellman  3 years back

                                                          PLEASE GOOGLE:PROFESSOR ANDREW TRUSCOTT.

                                                          • funny killer
                                                            funny killer  3 years back

                                                            i like it

                                                            • Peter Mango
                                                              Peter Mango  3 years back

                                                              Interesting Video

                                                              • Travis Hill
                                                                Travis Hill  4 years back

                                                                Thanks for that lecture.

                                                                • Sadik Meah
                                                                  Sadik Meah  4 years back

                                                                  No one seen the atom...but we know it exists.....hmmmm...

                                                                  • The Legend Bajpai
                                                                    The Legend Bajpai  2 years back

                                                                    Yes

                                                                  • Chris G
                                                                    Chris G  3 years back

                                                                    Sadik Meah well, we've seen atoms now. With electron microscope, and today's technology wouldn't work without quantum mechanics.

                                                                • carpo719
                                                                  carpo719  4 years back

                                                                  At one time scientists thought that things that burned must contain something called "Phlogiston". Until we figured out how carbon burned through oxidation. It wasn't that long ago....around the time the US was founded. It's amazing how small experiments lead to huge discoveries, yet they took so long to get to where we were at the time of this 'phlogiston' theory. Then in 250 years we BOOMED into a new world. So much to learn and it's overwhelming for today's student. Or non student!

                                                                  • Gourav Pandya
                                                                    Gourav Pandya  4 years back

                                                                    Good

                                                                    • Ralph Walters
                                                                      Ralph Walters  4 years back

                                                                      5:29  The enduring mystery of the QCD. What is it?

                                                                      • ZinayH
                                                                        ZinayH  5 years back

                                                                        GE... go figure! lol

                                                                        • Aquatic Light and Magic

                                                                          what the hell is ceiling wax? lol

                                                                          • smart451cab
                                                                            smart451cab  4 years back

                                                                            +jazzguy jones
                                                                            Sealing

                                                                          • Ayelis
                                                                            Ayelis  4 years back

                                                                            +jazzguy jones When the hell are you going to eat your hat? You said you would on The Know's FO4 video. Break out the ketchup, liar.