Black Holes: Seeing the Unseeable

  • Am Vor 5 Monate

    World Science FestivalWorld Science Festival

    A century after Einstein's mathematics suggested the possibility of black holes, the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) is finally observing them. The project's latest achievement is the first image of the supermassive black hole in the center of our Milky Way galaxy. Join Brian Greene and the EHT's Founding Director Shep Doeleman to explore these stunning breakthroughs that are taking us ever closer to seeing the unseeable.

    This program is part of the Big Ideas series, supported by the John Templeton Foundation.

    Participant: Shep Doeleman
    Moderator: Brian Greene

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BenYaEast
BenYaEast

Honestly we need more science and scientists to be more on media rather than celebrities! We can just learn so much from watching these videos

Vor 5 Monate
Allen Welden
Allen Welden

@Blair Sadewitz 5th grade would be more accurate

Vor 2 Monate
Shanbor Shaun Shangpliang
Shanbor Shaun Shangpliang

Exactly ..celebs are accumulating not contributing..

Vor 2 Monate
Soulful Music
Soulful Music

@BenYaEast bang on...could not agree more...

Vor 3 Monate
BenYaEast
BenYaEast

@Soulful Music also bro, the world likes entertainment more than science! I feel like people like to look at something dumb to feel smart about them selves! And science… well it makes people feel like they don’t understand it

Vor 3 Monate
Soulful Music
Soulful Music

Well said bro and social media is doing a worse job.... todays influencers r nothing more than dubasses earning huge money for nothing

Vor 3 Monate
Kaying Thao
Kaying Thao

The genius of Mr. Green is that he has a wonderful knack for explaining science in a way that the rest of us can understand or at least want to try to understand. He ask simple relevant questions.

Vor 5 Monate
No God
No God

All science aside, this is a really serious interview. Decent, patient, knowledgeable, humble, understanding; unlike interviews we all see on TV with news anchors, where they cut off, brush aside and talk over interviewees. No loud voices, no big languages, no show offs. Obviously, education, especially high education, makes a different class of people.

Vor 4 Monate
Liam Howard
Liam Howard

@No God….and another one ☝️

Vor 3 Monate
No God
No God

@Liam Howard If you have to ask then you don't belong to that class.

Vor 3 Monate
Liam Howard
Liam Howard

What class is that?

Vor 3 Monate
The Matrix
The Matrix

What an insightful discussion ! impressed by the humility of the guest and sharpness of Brian's questions 👍

Vor 5 Monate
ChrisWhitt661
ChrisWhitt661

I find it just incredible what the scientists and engineers can achieve. We progress to the stars.

Vor 5 Monate
uPtrade
uPtrade

i smell BS

Vor 3 Monate
Divergent Droid
Divergent Droid

@Alexandre Kassiantchouk "This test separates mantra people from those who can critically analyze their own opinion:" - I didn't read further than that, I'm not taking your test, playing your mind trick game. You probably don't know it's a trick yourself being the parrot that you are. In the end it doesn't matter if someone is a mindless parrot or if they really understand and can correctly disseminate the information or not. It's rhetoric and discord either way. It's the listeners job to understand that. The listener needs to decide what was presented is true and factual or not yet he can look at it one of two ways. He can form a Belief or he can have Knowing. You have beliefs. I know this because I have seen your videos. Knowing comes from scientific validation of cause and effect relationships. Belief comes from listening to smooth sounds propaganda such as Einstein's garbage. Belief is the enemy of knowing. It's all about what you can Prove. Can you prove such concepts as time dilation No. Can you prove the MilkyWay or lights in the sky you call gas giants exist in a vacuum? (even your assumed non empty vacuum with quantum fluctuations) No. You have a Belief Only. You entire body of work falls apart as fantasy. You have chosen to form beliefs based on ideas that have No testable repeatable scientific validation. I'll give you a chance to prove otherwise. Demonstrate for me scientifically gas forming a sphere in a vacuum. I said scientifically. This means via the scientific method. I'm sure you know what that is and understand it as you are so educated right? I want you to name the IV, DV, give me the Hypothesis, Null Hypothesis and show me the experiment that validates your hypothesis. No way you can do that, it goes against all known gas laws. The idea of space is a 2nd law of thermodynamics violation. Gas does not behave in any way as your heliocentric model describes in your imaginary space vacuum. You were lied to. Earth is Not a spinning sphere in a vacuum you call space. Go ahead, show me the demonstration if you are so educated. Your just an indoctrinated Freak like all the rest of the zombies. I don't say that to be mean just to make you realize you have been zombified by your government indoctrination. Go study real physics by what can be scientifically validated and repeatedly tested. You will find there is No such thing as an Atmosphere. Atmo meaning gas, Cannot form around the outside of a sphere, gas Only takes the shape of it's container. You are breathing right now. This means there must be pressurization. You Cannot have pressurization of a gas next to a vacuum without that gas fully expanding into and filling that available volume due to entropy in an open system as your globe model claims. If "space" were a vacuum, that gas would have been gone and you would have suffocated long ago. We have a gradient. You can Only have a gradient of gas in a closed system, otherwise, yep.. as above, that gas would have to expand into and fill that available volume and you would be dead. We live in a closed system with a gradient because we have pressurization. All experiments prove this via the scientific method. Now Mr. after reading this you still think I'm wrong.. go ahead and Prove the globe claims of gas forming a sphere in a vacuum and Earth having air that fails to fully equalize with the vacuum around it via the scientific method. I want you to name the IV, DV, give me the Hypothesis, Null Hypothesis and show me the experiment that validates your hypothesis.

Vor 3 Monate
Alexandre Kassiantchouk
Alexandre Kassiantchouk

This test separates mantra people from those who can critically analyze their own opinion: A guy works in downtown and he finishes his job randomly between 5pm and 6pm. Then he comes to subway where trains are scheduled with 15 min interval in the direction where his girlfriend lives and with 15 min interval in the opposite direction where his parents live. He takes the very first train that comes to the station. Now to the problem: His mom complaints that he stays with parents only one time a week in average. But the guy responds, and that is true, that he takes the very first train at his station. How it is possible that in average only 1 of 5 days he comes to his parents and 4 of 5 days to his girlfriend?

Vor 3 Monate
Divergent Droid
Divergent Droid

@Alexandre Kassiantchouk Yep, nothing but pseudoscience. Your back of the envelope proof is a rough calculation based on math theory of things that have never been shown to exist in reality and certainly do not have any mathematical values you can calculate with. You cannot reify math theory from a mans mind into reality. Einstein's ideas total garbage. Mass attracting mass, total garbage. No scientific validity for either of them yet these ideas are what your back of the envelope proof is based on. Time is a human creation which is conceptual only. It cannot be manipulated as a variable. Do you actually Think space is a vacuum with gas giants in it? Total fantasy.

Vor 3 Monate
Alexandre Kassiantchouk
Alexandre Kassiantchouk

@Divergent Droid Do you know what is "back of the envelope proof" in science? If you do, then check one on the back cover of my book. That's a good start.

Vor 3 Monate
Gary Decad
Gary Decad

The world science festival with Brian Greene is such an amazing gift

Vor 3 Monate
6cm
6cm

I find it just liberating how clear, understandable and yet incredibly entertaining you and your guests present your knowledge about everything that has to do with physics. It's so refreshing for my heart and soul to get all this professional content in times with all the flat earthers, lateral thinkers and those who talk about crushing the system. Thank you Brian and your whole Team for doing this great stuff to humanity!

Vor 5 Monate
marcus pedro
marcus pedro

Ur truly brainwashed with ur spinning flying monkey ball n curved water theories

Vor 4 Monate
Divergent Droid
Divergent Droid

You cannot see something that was created my mans imagination that you then reified into existence in your mind that is supposed to exist in a 2nd law of thermodynamics violation! - All of this is LIES to Control Your Mind!

Vor 5 Monate
Jan Willem v.d. Gronden
Jan Willem v.d. Gronden

@Robinhund Absolutely. Although at times I have difficulty explaining my thought process to the majority of linear thinkers (not derogatorily used here) and I notice that it is conversely true too, they have difficulty either understanding or transferring their information to me. My fuzzy logic is difficult to translate, and most of lateral thinkers and visual thinkers have their own version so there is hardly any consistent way to learn or translate. Rough ride, but exactly as you state, important for our species and its progress as we cross fields, cross pollinate ideas and build new routes to new areas of any of the topics we set our mind to. Occupational hazard of being a lateral/visual thinker.

Vor 5 Monate
Robinhund
Robinhund

lateral thinkers don't fit into your sequence. lateral thinkers are important to science and technology and problem solving/progress in general

Vor 5 Monate
Jan Willem v.d. Gronden
Jan Willem v.d. Gronden

Other than the lateral thinkers (I think I'm one but maybe I can ask you to shed a light first on what you understand them to be?) I wholeheartedly agree with you!! It indeed is amazing and gratifying!

Vor 5 Monate
Prabhat Ranjan
Prabhat Ranjan

Can't emphasize enough, how good this conversation is. Hope instead of building missiles and nuclear bombs, we channel all our money and energy to this scientific discoveries, inventions and their tools.

Vor 5 Monate
Ltee12
Ltee12

I mean figuring out how black holes work or what there made of etc is currently less important than making sure Russia and china dont bomb us. But hopefully one day

Vor 3 Monate
Ptolemy the first
Ptolemy the first

@Broken Hill Man my imagination

Vor 3 Monate
Broken Hill Man
Broken Hill Man

@Spamlogs World peace? Who's fighting?

Vor 4 Monate
EMC
EMC

@Spamlogs r

Vor 5 Monate
Spamlogs
Spamlogs

Hah! Quit dreaming we would need to hve world peace first

Vor 5 Monate
Michael
Michael

Such a great discussion, setting the bar - Thanks Professor Greene

Vor 5 Monate
realcygnus
realcygnus

I remember when they were 1st planning this & just how ambitious it seemed at the time even to a science enthusiast. Great stuff !

Vor 5 Monate
ken adams
ken adams

Now they are planning a movie of one . That seems impossible too , but they have delivered the photo they spoke off before ....

Vor 5 Monate
Sanjeev Shantharam
Sanjeev Shantharam

I was in grade 2, when I distinctly remembered reading a science book about the wonders of the universe, one being a black hole. At that time it was still very theoretical. Im 40 now, and through the years the theoretical turned more into a reality. But when they released these pictures for the first time, I was absolutely in shock. Something I knew for my earlier life as almost science fiction actually exists in full picture thanks to the brilliant work of this team. I think this may be the science achievement of the decade.

Vor 13 Tage
yelixir
yelixir

the fact that they're going to have actual videos and pictures of the first disk is insane, comparing it to the black hole in interstellar is a good in my opinion because seeing the thing from the movie in real physical life would be pretty insane

Vor 4 Monate
Ali Erkan
Ali Erkan

I know this video is about the incredible achievement of seeing the unseeable but I have to do a shout out for Brian Green to be the best interviewer. Respectful, knowledgeable, patient, and inquisitive, he has a set a real high bar in terms of leading such discussions.

Vor 5 Monate
Andrea Oricci
Andrea Oricci

We are extremely thankful to you Prof. Greene and all the encredible minds you host in World Science Festival. Please keep advancing our understanding of matters and please never stop. Thank you.

Vor 5 Monate
Andrea Oricci
Andrea Oricci

@Whirled Peas He has mentioned that he actually does.

Vor 5 Monate
Whirled Peas
Whirled Peas

FYI he doesn't read the comments 😅

Vor 5 Monate
Silvia DALLATOMASINA
Silvia DALLATOMASINA

Thank you for this interesting event! A question about super-massive black Holes at the center of galaxies: which is their possible role in the formation of a galaxy?

Vor 5 Monate
Robert Johnston
Robert Johnston

Like most things about the Universe around us! We have no clue!!!

Vor 3 Monate
Aric Mack
Aric Mack

What came first the supermassive black hole or the galaxy

Vor 3 Monate
Sunny R
Sunny R

It's incredible how people can be led to believe anything. For example, creating subtext for virtual human trafficking, by using current war technology for commercial peeping tom purposes. Adding the subtext to a variety of fields let's you know how fraudulent various "professional" fields have become. Imagine "scientists" being able to trespass & observe anyones privacy & phrase it in their on "professional" jargon. Whatever it is, watch it again & then see what you think of these "scientists".

Vor 4 Monate
Andrea Oricci
Andrea Oricci

It may be that, when a region of area flattens just enough to create an immense amount of energy, the energy itself collapse inward generating an outward propagation of dark energy. I immagine that black energy, which associates with the acceleration of the expansion of the universe, stems from that very fraction of explosion, a black hole. Therefore, it is the centre where a galaxy expandes.

Vor 5 Monate
K1lostream
K1lostream

I've wondered about it too- I hear it said that super-massive black holes are found at the centre of 'almost' every galaxy, but not heard much elaboration beyond that. I suppose it's an interesting question as to how these things form - I mean if you look at the accretion discs of matter piling up, unable to get in, and the relativistic jets of matter being spewed out, these things are messy eaters, like a baby with an ice-cream, only a small percentage ends up in the mouth, the rest of it just gets sprayed everywhere! So how do they get so massive in the time they've had?

Vor 5 Monate
24x7teja
24x7teja

These kind of cosmological discussions are absolutely delightful to watch! Thank you Dr. Greene, this channel is one of my best and most favorite subscriptions on YT, and this (I am sure) is the case for many others.

Vor 5 Monate
uPtrade
uPtrade

these fake comments are just as delightful

Vor 3 Monate
24x7teja
24x7teja

@Art Donovan Absolutely 💯

Vor 5 Monate
Art Donovan
Art Donovan

Dr. Green is great. A wonderful science communicator for many years.

Vor 5 Monate
Ntando Malele
Ntando Malele

Inspired and absolutely educated by this, thank you 💯💯💯

Vor 5 Monate
J Osterwalder
J Osterwalder

Fantastic interview! Great questions. Great guest. Great topic. Thank you!

Vor 5 Monate
Michael Teoh
Michael Teoh

One hour. No nonsense. Even though we have more or less known a thing or two about the images by now, this is still exciting to watch.

Vor 5 Monate
ASZ
ASZ

Amazing! Keep up the great work Shep! And what can I say about Brian, just a pleasure to watch videos moderated by you! You guys are the unsung superheroes of our time!

Vor 5 Monate
Hayden Cannon
Hayden Cannon

absolutely stunning, as always.

Vor 5 Monate
cibernauta49
cibernauta49

Excelente reportaje y gran maestría en la exposición de todos los conceptos físicos.

Vor 5 Monate
Thomas Shea
Thomas Shea

The production values are so excellent ------- So many sites should use this as their standard.

Vor 5 Monate
Richard Davis
Richard Davis

Yes it is so excellent 👍

Vor 5 Monate
mamaseeds
mamaseeds

Spectacular images, which lead the curiosity to wander from the viewpoint - if telescopes were to capture imagery from a sidereal vantage point, what changes? Appreciating the wonderful work that's been conducted to date, but the size of planet Earth in relation to the observed suggests that the data will be limited - not only in clarity but also in content. So from a novice perspective, with 'wild' imagination, emergent questions are: 1. How could a range of telescopes be created to capture imagery from a vantage point sidereal to the black hole? 2. How far beyond (behind) a black hole could a telescopic camera be placed? 3. The double slit experiment shows that a photon can be in two places at once, so can the same be done with a teeny-tiny camera? No apologies for being 'wildly' imaginative Thank you again World Science Festival!

Vor 4 Monate
nardewww
nardewww

I gor tears in my eyes during the discussion. So incredible.

Vor 5 Monate
Arrancar Nale
Arrancar Nale

Amazing as always... Huh thankfully all of this will be in my life time... just read about time crystals and space crystals... I was amazed. Always thought it was only in sci-fi but looks like sci fi is becoming reality

Vor 5 Monate
Alex Pearson
Alex Pearson

This was really well done. It would be interesting for one of these physicists to do an interview about the dynamics around a black hole. For example what frame drag might mean for a spaceship flying through it, and how frame drag and an object orbiting the black hole might interact. Too many black hole videos cater to novices. I love to see a video that goes a little deeper into the strangeness of a black hole, without getting into too much math. IDK. My thoughts anyway. At the end of the day I guess these videos are for viewership. Maybe that’s why?

Vor 5 Monate
Vijay Stanleymed
Vijay Stanleymed

@Alex Pearson the other end of black hole..name

Vor 5 Monate
Alex Pearson
Alex Pearson

@Vijay Stanleymed thanks Pal.

Vor 5 Monate
Vijay Stanleymed
Vijay Stanleymed

The royal institution video about black hole ...very different video

Vor 5 Monate
Alpha Delta
Alpha Delta

The EHT is truly a marvelous display of technology

Vor 5 Monate
Johnny NiteTrain
Johnny NiteTrain

I love finding new Brian Greene videos that I’ve never seen!! I check every few weeks…and boom! Black holes. Astrum, SEA, John Michael Godier, Event Horizon and V101 are my other faves.

Vor 5 Monate
Duan Torruellas
Duan Torruellas

Using advancing computing power to push the envelope on seeing deeper into the cosmos. Outstanding 👍

Vor 2 Monate
MrBoggins1234
MrBoggins1234

Would be good to learn about where this rapid acceleration in our expansion in proven knowledge could take us. My hope is some kind of critical mass of enlightenment where we can better look after our species and those we directly and indirectly rely on.

Vor 5 Monate
Jacqueline Albin
Jacqueline Albin

This made me cry tears of joy. Humanity is so amazing sometimes! We found and proved something even Einstein thought was beyond possibility. 🥲

Vor 5 Monate
Ronald Kemp
Ronald Kemp

Is the distortion in the Earth's upper atmosphere filtered out by each telescope individually or is it done after the data is collected for the black hole's image?

Vor 4 Monate
infuriated troopa
infuriated troopa

Absolutely incredible interview!. Thank you.

Vor 2 Monate
White Panther
White Panther

This kind of video editing looks so good in VR 😭 Thank you World Science Festival.

Vor 5 Monate
Dams life vlog
Dams life vlog

Thank you Brian and the team. ❤️

Vor 5 Monate
Solo TroTroTro
Solo TroTroTro

Mr. Green and NDT are among the best educators of EUA.

Vor 5 Monate
dawn blankfield
dawn blankfield

I am totally entranced with these lectures. Thank you.

Vor Monat
Byron Goodman
Byron Goodman

Excellent talk. I hope they continue their success.

Vor 5 Monate
Dennis Estenson
Dennis Estenson

I love learning that they've been able to use data from multiple telescopes across the world to create higher resolution information than any one of the telescopes can alone. Interferometry has been used for many years at the Very Large Array telescope in western New Mexico. I'm happy to hear that similar technology has been expanded to encompass the world. I can't wait to see future technology increase the aperture of our telescopes to the diameter of the moon's orbit or the Earth's orbit or greater.

Vor 5 Monate
Divergent Droid
Divergent Droid

@Patrick Jeffers You are so right because more people are waking up to the fact the Earth is Flat, stationary and space is not a vacuum with planets in it everyday. Once everyone knows, the corrupt mafia who run this world will no longer be able to enslave us. We will be free and life will be glorious.

Vor 3 Monate
Patrick Jeffers
Patrick Jeffers

The future will be a place that none of us are willing to miss.

Vor 3 Monate
Patrick Jeffers
Patrick Jeffers

Question, what is the sculpture over Ayman 's shoylder,

Vor 3 Monate
Divergent Droid
Divergent Droid

You cannot see something that was created my mans imagination that you then reified into existence in your mind that is supposed to exist in a 2nd law of thermodynamics violation! - All of this is LIES to Control Your Mind!

Vor 5 Monate
Bill Isaac
Bill Isaac

Enjoyed that largely because I could understand it, and that is down to the language employed and the presentation ,an absolutely fantastic show.

Vor 3 Monate
J V
J V

The question I want to know is, does the event horizon occupy more volume of space or rather grow as it swallows matter

Vor 29 Tage
Bobby girl
Bobby girl

absolotely love it, both what has been achieved sofar and how it is explained here. Brian greene ist just amazing, asking the questions in a way, the public can understand the answers. the virtual background is so well done too. and mr doeleman is a pleasure to hear also, very clear and understandable. thank you for this video. wsf is one of my favourite channels.❤

Vor 5 Monate
Divergent Droid
Divergent Droid

You cannot see something that was created my mans imagination that you then reified into existence in your mind that is supposed to exist in a 2nd law of thermodynamics violation! - All of this is LIES to Control Your Mind!

Vor 5 Monate
Troy Young
Troy Young

Hi Brian Loved this 👍 Would the energy produced from two blackholes colliding, if harnessed be the amount required to open a wormhole between universes ? Pls answer x

Vor 4 Monate
Apnambo
Apnambo

I can't believe I sat through an hour interview about a blurry blackhole picture, and enjoyed every moment of it.

Vor Monat
Ray raycthree
Ray raycthree

A cannon ball at escape velocity leaves the earth but at a reduced velocity due to gravity slowing its velocity. However, light escaping a near black hole can't slow down or the speed of light would seem to be violated. How is this paradox resolved?

Vor 3 Monate
Ashok Naganur
Ashok Naganur

Great thrill to know about black holes and I think it can explain more about the universe

Vor 5 Monate
Dushyant Kumawat
Dushyant Kumawat

I love how this guy has his entire lifetime work pinned on his coat!

Vor 5 Monate
anonymous62810
anonymous62810

Beautiful conversation. The Netflix documentary on Shep Doeleman is worth a watch as well!

Vor 5 Monate
jason karas
jason karas

For a lot of us armchair science nuts Mr Greene brings us generational updated fascinating insights into modern day physics. Sorry for lack of comma’s 😅

Vor 2 Monate
Mimidhof
Mimidhof

Nice, thank you to not turn your knowledge into dimming star and rather making it shine to the average public.

Vor 5 Monate
Fuad Jalil
Fuad Jalil

As usual a very interesting session. I wish I knew the title to the music in the end. I could enjoy it all day long...

Vor 5 Monate
H0tt MeSS
H0tt MeSS

Finally, an explanation of black holes i can understand!! Thank you!

Vor 5 Monate
ken adams
ken adams

You understood that ?

Vor 5 Monate
steve brindle
steve brindle

It's fair to say black holes were predicted by mathematics and confirmed by observations of their gravity affecting the bodies of matter orbiting them. What a wonderful example of the amazing power of maths! (Please note American cousins, Mathematics or maths is plural so saying Math is very annoying to us in the UK! 😂)

Vor 5 Monate
Raymond Williams
Raymond Williams

I don't know about you but I find it very exciting to think of what's to come in the future; close-up photos, videos, more data on size, etc ! The only painful thing is that I won't be here to see most of all of that. Mortality really sucks the big one sometimes !

Vor 3 Monate
Thomas Shea
Thomas Shea

A very smooth and warm interrelation between these two brilliant guys.

Vor 5 Monate
Troy Young
Troy Young

Hi Brian Can a supermassive blackhole only form in the heart of a galaxy ? Or could it also form anywhere in a galaxy ? Thanks pls answer 😄

Vor 4 Monate
WIZZDEM - TJ McLaughlin
WIZZDEM - TJ McLaughlin

According to Hawking black holes can evaporate because some photons can escape from them. But photons that "escape" were never really part of a black hole. And as it was explained in this video there are some photons that are swallowed up and others that are not. I don't think the ones that are swallowed up could ever escape. But in order for a black hole to evaporate whatever it swallowed up would have to escape from it in order for the evaporation to happen. Given the size of M87 there doesn't seem to be any limit to how big a black hole can get or how much material it can swallow. But I seem to remember that there was a threshold size that when reached would initiate the beginning of a black hole's evaporation. Anyway, I would like to see a video about the life span of black holes.

Vor 5 Monate
R T
R T

This is one of, if not the best, lecture WSF have done to date. And that is saying something! Awesome!

Vor 4 Monate
Diala Mark
Diala Mark

Thank you for this valuable context

Vor 5 Monate
FURYUNLEASHED
FURYUNLEASHED

Shep and his team literally represents the future of astrophotography. I am incredibly hopeful and excited about what EHT will produce in the future.. This is only the beginning...

Vor 5 Monate
DrssaFerri
DrssaFerri

Thanks a lot Professor Greene!!!! The event was extremly interesting and I am still totally amazed by your simple but deeply incredible explenation that the force to escape a BH is the same to stay put in time, it is remarcable to me how it gives a simple but powerfull understanding of the Relativity equation behaviour and time-space strong connection.....

Vor 5 Monate
Robert Walker
Robert Walker

Absolutely agree! Thank you!

Vor 29 Tage
Divergent Droid
Divergent Droid

You cannot see something that was created my mans imagination that you then reified into existence in your mind that is supposed to exist in a 2nd law of thermodynamics violation! - All of this is LIES to Control Your Mind!

Vor 5 Monate
CHICO CHRISTIE PACE
CHICO CHRISTIE PACE

i wish you'll put one dish in our country. fantastic job guys! very inspiring!

Vor 5 Monate
warping_gravity_singularity_0
warping_gravity_singularity_0

56:55 best Science explanation answer in the history of mankind. Let PHYSICS rule the world !!

Vor 5 Monate
neyney
neyney

Geeeeeee What an achievement, and as time passes Einstein brilliant becomes more and more profound

Vor 5 Monate
ken adams
ken adams

He was always profound...it just took the world 100 years to realise it.

Vor 5 Monate
medievalmusiclover
medievalmusiclover

Shep Doeleman is an amazing smart person.

Vor 2 Monate
brisas361
brisas361

Great show, what makes a black hole spin or not spin? Thank you

Vor 4 Monate
Boda
Boda

The golden ratio must be at play for things like this and total solar eclipses to be so perfect.

Vor 27 Tage
MichaelC Copeland Sr
MichaelC Copeland Sr

I truly LOVE how it's not 100% impossible for the movie, "Star Trek: the Motion Picture," to actually still happen. Go, Vyger, Go! As it should be p.s. close enough to Vyger 6. Let it be

Vor 5 Monate
David Hughes
David Hughes

Thanks for your time gentleman and all your hard work

Vor 4 Monate
trueviv
trueviv

Wonderful production !

Vor 5 Monate
MichaelC Copeland Sr
MichaelC Copeland Sr

Black hole's effect time just like energy and matter. (Not light, no mass) We already know, it can effects time just like it effects everything it collects. If it can focus all it collects to one point, by the same thinking, black holes are focusing all that it collects into one time. Pushing (or pulling) down, INTO time. Until pieces (quantum particles, DUH) exist in past, present, and future at the same time, in time. Makes sense to me. Before you out yourself as a, "stuffed-shirt expert," know where I come from, crazy is a compliment. So to those who think me crazy, Thank You. As it should be

Vor 5 Monate
Nalin Sharma
Nalin Sharma

Shouldn't being able to track sun orbit 'around' it's sun would have led to finding our black hole?

Vor 3 Monate
Liam Hays
Liam Hays

So very excited for this 👌🏼

Vor 5 Monate
wagfinpis
wagfinpis

If we use Newton's language and time is only a parameter, how close can we describe the unescapable force of the event horizon? We don't have space turning to time, instead we need to assume what? Do things just disappear from the universe disobeying thermodynamics, or is it just fuzzy-math-really-really-super-strong?

Vor 3 Monate
andykod77
andykod77

When will we be getting hit with all the knowledge that the JWST will provide? Has it even started beaming back the answers to these big questions were all eagerly awaiting? Or is that still way off? Also with JWST will it ever be possible to get images of the super massive black holes actually swallowing up galaxys/ planets

Vor 5 Monate
stagg
stagg

So shouldn't we be able to see the massive and extremely bright accretion discs around black holes when looking with powerful telescopes?

Vor 5 Monate
The Saving Throw (Mason)
The Saving Throw (Mason)

I love our beautiful universe... Incredibly powerful beauty...

Vor 5 Monate
Paul C.
Paul C.

**** Hi Prof. Greene,. I hope you are keeping well. Looking forward to this WSF event.

Vor 5 Monate
Whirled Peas
Whirled Peas

He doesn't read the comments 😂

Vor 5 Monate
trentbateman
trentbateman

If I worked for Shep I would be so motivated to go to work every day

Vor 5 Monate
andrewofoz
andrewofoz

Seeing is believing...I look forward to Shep doeleman receiving a Nobel prize for imaging a black hole.

Vor 4 Monate
Elizabeth Slack
Elizabeth Slack

I would like to meet those who watched and commented on this vicarious journey into space time. We need to form a watch club.

Vor 5 Monate
Pat
Pat

Are there stars where the emitted light escaped to a distance of several light years before being drawn back down by gravity?

Vor Monat
Explorer Endeavour
Explorer Endeavour

It's a great work! But how can you assure that what you see from the radio telescope is a real black hole?

Vor 5 Monate
ken adams
ken adams

From deduction ... the stars orbiting the bh have specific orbits that correlate with what would be expected if there was a bh. Supercomputers calculate specifically how the orbits would be .nothing else can cause such orbits.

Vor 5 Monate
Glenn Abate
Glenn Abate

They should do this technique with satellite telescopes in space and make a virtual telescope way larger than earth.

Vor Monat
Demosophist
Demosophist

No, we're not "seeing" black holes in any coherent sense. It's an extrapolation from observation of effects back to a visual representation of what the efficient cause *could* be. And because we are visually fixated and biased we think of this as proof.

Vor 5 Monate
Miodrag Bujosevic
Miodrag Bujosevic

​It is time for Shep Doeleman to, like Andrea Ghez, win a Nobel prize. Also, they are both, like Brian, fun to listen

Vor 5 Monate
Colin Byerly
Colin Byerly

If black holes are able to be formed in a very small size . Just as the large sizes . It would mean the CERN creation of such a small black hole. Would then allow a permanent small black hole to continue . No matter how small in scale. The results are just as you have reported here. And makes cern a incredibly dangerous experiment that needs to be better understood before it makes such a event that has much longer life time than a very short period of existence.

Vor 5 Monate
Ricardo Pont
Ricardo Pont

WOW, I just dont get tired watching videos from this channel...

Vor 5 Monate
Lumbini Ashutosh Tambat
Lumbini Ashutosh Tambat

Happy world science festival!

Vor 5 Monate
JakesOnline
JakesOnline

What if we could utilize every rooftop satellite dish in the world? I know there are technical incompatibilities, but imagine the possibilities 📡

Vor 5 Monate
Book Lover
Book Lover

Old satellite dishes from the early days of satellite TV are sometimes used as radio telescopes by amateur astronomers.

Vor 5 Monate
Alexander PNW TowerLogger
Alexander PNW TowerLogger

So big and massive that it could go black and turn itself into a black hole without going supernova and how does having a hundred grams of mass spread out over a hundred feet any less heavier to hold up than if it were coalesced into one little ball it takes up a few inches because if you put a thousand pounds on a one foot by one foot area it's just as hard to lift as a thousand pounds over 100 ft buy one foot area this might be a simple question answered but but also that means that there are some black holes that weren't created by Nova or a condensing of its mass it could be because it's a big ass Starlet got so big that the velocity to escape became greater than like creating a giant black hole maybe super massive black holes are just super massive stars that weren't condensed down into the fine point of its mass or whatever I'm trying to say right

Vor 2 Monate
Elizabeth Slack
Elizabeth Slack

Tears were streaming down my face as I vicariously experienced what the team first saw. Thank you!

Vor 5 Monate
Leila Nala
Leila Nala

I can't afford a highspeed camera, but have you ever used such a camera (1.000.000/sec) aimed at the clear night sky, I think you could see light going (about 300.000 km/sec)!?

Vor 4 Monate
George Galvan
George Galvan

What if we are a experiment by advanced human civilization that set us out here to see how we would advance or how long it would take us to figure out the universe

Vor Monat
Annette Jahnel Works
Annette Jahnel Works

What a delightful interview.

Vor 5 Monate
Jonathan Pope
Jonathan Pope

Stimulating interaction and insightful. Thank you BOTH very much. The other guy sounds like Carl Sagan or am I imagining this?

Vor 4 Monate
Lee Rawlins
Lee Rawlins

Is it speculated that photons have something like DNA, the thing that relates the two created entangled photons?

Vor 2 Monate
Linda Ungureanu
Linda Ungureanu

Wow!!!! This will be amazing!!!

Vor 5 Monate
Criminal Brewing
Criminal Brewing

We need another breakthrough “Person”… our perception of dimensions is limited to our reality and we can’t study the outside of our simple space-time. … it’s frustrating.

Vor 3 Monate

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