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  • Swing Armer
    Swing Armer  6 hours back

    Pure unadulterated bullshit

    • Mr. Atrophy
      Mr. Atrophy  16 hours back

      what about how strange stars are contagious. if a strange star for some reason exploded . a neutron star falls into it and a piece of strange matter flies out. that piece hits our sun. it would start collapsing and converting matter in the star to strange quarks .

      • Josh W
        Josh W  2 days back

        Put on by pbs.... asking for patreon donations... what..?? Pbs has plenty of damn money

        • J Mark Morris
          J Mark Morris  2 days back

          Getting closer to the solution. Keep going all the way to Planck star which can form in SMBH core. Then consider the core breach via the poles as jets of Planck plasma. See johnmarkmorris.com

          • Zes
            Zes  2 days back

            no such thing as degenerate or not, do, be, can do, be any nmw and any be perfect

            • Red Diver
              Red Diver  5 days back

              Nothing about Stranglets?

              • Val Sarff
                Val Sarff  6 days back

                Seriously? Perhaps. But not logical. On the other hand, an electrically powered universe can easily explain all that stuff.

                • petros mavromichalis
                  petros mavromichalis  1 weeks back

                  i watch this like at least three times a month

                  • nikhil shetty
                    nikhil shetty  2 weeks back

                    I’m glad theoretical physicist are off the streets 😂

                    • DJ cam
                      DJ cam  2 weeks back

                      See you are good at physics but trip over logic. Observation is a much better premise than just prediction.

                      • Dauren Sar
                        Dauren Sar  2 weeks back

                        Dear Matt, thank you for, as always, perfect video! Would you think about creating content about best hard-core sci-fi books? Maybe for a start take novel by Robert L. Forward "Dragon's egg"? It would be cool to hear your thoughts on the physics of the novel and maybe some cool visualisations... Ring world, smoke ring, integral trees and so on. It could be a cool series for the channel😊! Good luck to you guys!

                        • Widde
                          Widde  2 weeks back

                          The part where strange matter is the most stable form in the universe is a bit strange itself. Isn't that only in that extreme pressure? Since strange matter alone (Lambda-particle) is quite unstable with a half-life of 2.6 x 10^-10 s...

                          • Khaithang Haokip
                            Khaithang Haokip  2 weeks back

                            We are entering into the era of giant telescope like the James Webb , WFIRST etc on space and GMT, TMT, E-ELT on ground. Sincerely hope this help the scientists gather more details about these strange stars of course apart from the other mysteries lurking in the space.

                            • Ed Rooney
                              Ed Rooney  2 weeks back

                              Word

                              • Adam Spears
                                Adam Spears  2 weeks back

                                Quark Matter might as well be called Quark Condensate.

                                • Chet Jonstun
                                  Chet Jonstun  2 weeks back

                                  "Strange Stars may be the most massive stellar remnant that is just shy of forming a black hole."
                                  Can you do a vid on Shy Matter?

                                  • Stan TheObserver
                                    Stan TheObserver  3 weeks back

                                    Would have been nice if you had tried to describe what the surface of those stars are like. Metallic? Carbon hard diamond? Superfluid?
                                    I always like "This what you would see and feel on this star IF..."

                                    • Emm W
                                      Emm W  3 weeks back

                                      How do we know Strange Matter Exists. Could it be correlated to Dark Matter?

                                      • Viktor Sh
                                        Viktor Sh  3 weeks back

                                        wwhen u get political and u know shit about anything else , prove it !

                                        • Andy Miron
                                          Andy Miron  3 weeks back

                                          Strange matter matters!!! :D

                                          • Andy Miron
                                            Andy Miron  3 weeks back

                                            This was a really strange episode. :D

                                            • Andy Miron
                                              Andy Miron  3 weeks back

                                              Dr Strange Stars. :D

                                              • Andy Miron
                                                Andy Miron  3 weeks back

                                                Why isn't any stars named Zombie stars and Death stars? :D

                                                • Andrew Church
                                                  Andrew Church  3 weeks back

                                                  I ♥️ any video thats about: “this is fun stuff, and it keeps theoretical physicists of the streets” 😂😂

                                                  • JTuaim
                                                    JTuaim  3 weeks back

                                                    Our perception isn't famously broad. We rely on technology to expand our observations. I've often wondered why so many insist on a flat earth. What if both spherical earth and flat earth are correct? One superimposed on the other so to speak. People have different perceptions. As we see with the planetary rings such as Saturn displays so gallantly. Not exactly that of course, but it might hint at such a reality as a superimposed flat earth dimension. There seems no possibility that we can deny as our awareness proceeds. We see quarks up, down and strange as curiosities for now. But what if there is an overlapping universe made up of such strangeness or other that we have no way of perceiving? Can dark matter or dark energy be an overlap? Or something that we have yet to discover? Today's scifi is tomorrow's science still holds true. We laugh at UFO's traveling from one star system to another. But, recently we theorize that a strong magnetic field pressing against a strong gravitational field such as a black hole can open a wormhole through which we can travel any distance instantly. An older advanced race might have no problem jumping spacetime. Science is in flux. Nothing's impossible. Laughing at odd theories is not scientific, investigating them IS science. But we're trapped in taking things one step at a time; so far. Quantum AI might change that reality.

                                                    • Goultek
                                                      Goultek  4 weeks back

                                                      I read somewhere that "stragelets" are maybe a thing (as you talked about strange matter) and they would convert any normal matter to stragelets just by touching it, is this true?

                                                      • jeff meares
                                                        jeff meares  4 weeks back

                                                        Theoretically street bound scientists is about as dangerous as giving Feynman an electron gun and a book to smell.

                                                        • Reynaldo Lazaro
                                                          Reynaldo Lazaro  4 weeks back

                                                          Just saying... anyone notice anything weird with our perception of his arms?

                                                          • necromancer
                                                            necromancer  4 weeks back

                                                            What is the credibility of that old Chinese - Japanese data?

                                                            • Biednymaniek
                                                              Biednymaniek  4 weeks back

                                                              It isnt strange if you Look at magnetik of elements

                                                              • anthony summers
                                                                anthony summers  4 weeks back

                                                                I was actually looking for data on the real unexplained stars that we have detected in real life. not this make believe hypothesis based on made up math!

                                                                • Hape
                                                                  Hape  4 weeks back

                                                                  Soundtracks on spoken videos are annoying and useless, even distracting!

                                                                  • Ben Porter
                                                                    Ben Porter  4 weeks back

                                                                    Not strange, just quirky

                                                                    • James Payter
                                                                      James Payter  1 months back

                                                                      Stars made of cheese. Now I've heard it all

                                                                      • youssef La
                                                                        youssef La  1 months back

                                                                        Arabic captions click like

                                                                        • Ryan K
                                                                          Ryan K  1 months back

                                                                          :) he looks like Peter Dinklage

                                                                          • GRIM REKORDZ CHEMISTRY
                                                                            GRIM REKORDZ CHEMISTRY  1 months back

                                                                            can u guys hear a whispering voice in the background of this video listen . its creepy asfk

                                                                            • John Spillane
                                                                              John Spillane  1 months back

                                                                              I have to speed this guy up to 1.25x speed everytime he talks because he is so slow

                                                                              • Aner Ben-Artzi
                                                                                Aner Ben-Artzi  1 months back

                                                                                At 5:03, there is an animation of a particle decomposition. Is it actually a depiction of strange matter as implied?

                                                                                • MinecraftSurvivalGaming
                                                                                  MinecraftSurvivalGaming  1 months back

                                                                                  You never cease to amaze us, this channel is just so amazing, the work you put into it and the outcome, you never cease to amaze us, from the topics you decide to cover and the way you explain them, I wouldn't be surprised if a few hundred people were inspired by you to go discover how our universe works, and all of its amazing mysteries. Thanks for making the topics lit and entertaining us as usual, peace!

                                                                                  • Gwyllym Suter
                                                                                    Gwyllym Suter  1 months back

                                                                                    Call it a pogo star? It's all ups and downs

                                                                                    • rwarren58
                                                                                      rwarren58  1 months back

                                                                                      A simple question. Given the perfection of the Quark stars, would they survive the coming degenerate era? Assuming the Universe doesn't have another slowing of it's expansion.

                                                                                      • DeusEx Doomguy
                                                                                        DeusEx Doomguy  2 months back

                                                                                        anyone else want to touch some strange matter i'm game

                                                                                        • Noahrama
                                                                                          Noahrama  2 months back

                                                                                          He's Australian and he said 'Math'... Really bugs me

                                                                                        • medexamtoolsdotcom
                                                                                          medexamtoolsdotcom  2 months back

                                                                                          The most amazing thing in the universe, if it exists, would be none of these, it would be a cosmic string. The other kind of gravitational singularity besides a black hole. This is a 1 dimensional gravitational singularity, with a mass of the Earth per kilometer, and they could be infinitely long. If they were straight, they wouldn't have a gravitational field, but they would when they bend, and they would be bending and wavering chaotically, and self intersecting and slicing off loops of itself. If you had an infinitely long cosmic string, it would serve as a perpetual motion machine, as it is infinite in length and would never run out. It could be the only thing life in the far future could potentially use to survive the dark era. But they probably don't exist, and there would be limits of fewer than 200 thousand of them in the entire universe, because each one cuts a 1/200000 pieslice sliver out of all the spacetime in the universe, as the angle around them isn't 360 degrees but 359.998.

                                                                                          • T. R. Owens
                                                                                            T. R. Owens  2 months back

                                                                                            Could you explain the Replication crisis and just exactly how accurate is the peer review?

                                                                                            • Josh C
                                                                                              Josh C  2 months back

                                                                                              Your strange pal

                                                                                              • Emcee Squared
                                                                                                Emcee Squared  2 months back

                                                                                                Can there exist top stars? Perhaps top stars are black holes since top quarks are so massive...