Was The Universe Born From Nothing?

History of the Universe
History of the Universe

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Vor 6 Monate
Robert Wilson
Robert Wilson

@Allah's_slave مدح غير الله ظلم Why do you call yourself Allah's Slave? He doesn't need your help in the least. 😂🤣😂🤣

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Allah's_slave مدح غير الله ظلم
Allah's_slave مدح غير الله ظلم

The big bang mentioned in the holy qur'an: Have not those who disbelieve known that the heavens and the earth were joined together as one united piece, then We parted them? And We have made from water every living thing. Will they not then believe? Al_anbiya : 30 And the expansion of the universe mentioned in the holy qur'an : With power did We construct the heaven. Verily, We are Able to extend the vastness of space thereof Adh-Dhariyat : 47 moon and sun revolving mentioned in the holy qur'an: It is not for the sun to overtake the moon, nor does the night outstrip the day. They all float, each in an orbit. Yasin :40 The earth and the sky is round because diameter means a circle: O company of jinn and humans! If you can pass through the diameters of the heavens and the earth, then do pass through. But you will not pass through except by an authority [from Allah]. Al rahman :33 The Black holes that sweeps around mentioned in qur'an : I swear by the hidden, neighborhood sweepers, And by the night as it departs, And by the dawn when it breathes,Verily, this is the Word (this Qur’ân brought by) a most honourable messenger [Jibrîl (Gabrîl), from Allâh to Prophet Muhammad. Al takwir: 15_19 Stars fall into the black hole mentioned in the Qur’an: I swear by the star when it falls An najm :1 I swear by the falling stars, And it is a great oath, if you knew. Al waqiah: 57- 76 Earth's shrinking crust mentioned in qur'an: See they not that We gradually reduce the land from its outlying borders. And Allah judges, there is none to put back His Judgement and He is Swift at reckoning. Ar rad:41 The water evaporated from the ground, returned to the clouds, and then fell as rain: By the sky which returns [rain] Altarek:11

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Hajnal Ipo
Hajnal Ipo

@Shon Mardani For $1000 you can buy a telescope and check out yourself.

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Hajnal Ipo
Hajnal Ipo

@C.s. Lewis Why are you contradicting your self? Or you're not human???

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Robert Wilson
Robert Wilson

We are needed for one simple task. To give the universe eyes, ears, and to the ability to understand itself and maybe save it from dying, like every life on Earth has done since the formation of our home planet. I am not saying we will be the ones to stop the universe from dying. We are just one of evolutions many steps forward in an attempt to create a life form or forms that have the capabilities to save this universe from oblivion. Our main task is to send Earth life forms out into the vast expanse of space to seed as many planets as possible so one day maybe there will be a life form or forms that can save this universe from oblivion. We are nothing but a "plant" that seeds the universe or maybe even the nerve endings of a nervous system for the universe's "brain".

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the JaYoe Nation
the JaYoe Nation

We think we know so much… but we have not. It’s awesome and scary at the same time

Vor 6 Monate
Allah's_slave مدح غير الله ظلم
Allah's_slave مدح غير الله ظلم

The big bang mentioned in the holy qur'an: Have not those who disbelieve known that the heavens and the earth were joined together as one united piece, then We parted them? And We have made from water every living thing. Will they not then believe? Al_anbiya : 30 And the expansion of the universe mentioned in the holy qur'an : With power did We construct the heaven. Verily, We are Able to extend the vastness of space thereof Adh-Dhariyat : 47 moon and sun revolving mentioned in the holy qur'an: It is not for the sun to overtake the moon, nor does the night outstrip the day. They all float, each in an orbit. Yasin :40 The earth and the sky is round because diameter means a circle: O company of jinn and humans! If you can pass through the diameters of the heavens and the earth, then do pass through. But you will not pass through except by an authority [from Allah]. Al rahman :33 The Black holes that sweeps around mentioned in qur'an : I swear by the hidden, neighborhood sweepers, And by the night as it departs, And by the dawn when it breathes,Verily, this is the Word (this Qur’ân brought by) a most honourable messenger [Jibrîl (Gabrîl), from Allâh to Prophet Muhammad. Al takwir: 15_19 Stars fall into the black hole mentioned in the Qur’an: I swear by the star when it falls An najm :1 I swear by the falling stars, And it is a great oath, if you knew. Al waqiah: 57- 76 Earth's shrinking crust mentioned in qur'an: See they not that We gradually reduce the land from its outlying borders. And Allah judges, there is none to put back His Judgement and He is Swift at reckoning. Ar rad:41 The water evaporated from the ground, returned to the clouds, and then fell as rain: By the sky which returns [rain] Altarek:11

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Barbarabobby scott
Barbarabobby scott

We are techs in our understanding and the Great Engineer is God!

Vor 14 Tage
knuckle12356
knuckle12356

"We think we know so much... but we have not." •but we -have- _do_ not..? •We think we -know- _have learned_ so much...but we have not. The structure of your comment reads awkwardly. And, frankly, is just not true. Simply because there is more to learn, discover, and explore, does not in any way diminish what we have uncovered thusfar. And when you stop and consider that these models were developed by recognizing patterns and structures behind complex mathematical equations, many ground out by hand and slide rule. _Wholly unassisted_ by computer models, simulation/visualization programs, or even direct observation by the nature of what we are trying to learn about/prove the existence of concepts or objects that can only be inferred through changes in behavior of things we _CAN_ directly observe... We have figured out, learned so much. And we have. It's a sliver of what is going on out there. But it ain't nothing. And frankly it's pretty amazing to me the minds that can theorize existence of these forces, particles, fields, etc just through logical inference, and mathematical investigation. And these ideas are just a thought experiment, sometimes waiting for over 60, 70+ years before technology has advanced enough to detect and confirm a particle that was entirely theoretical up till that moment. That's a far cry from nothing. And my favorite factoid to close; the snow on old tv's when a channel is dead air is the tv's interpretation of the background radiation from the big bang, at the point the universe went dark/clear, and light first escaped the primordial galactic soup. Wild.

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Startraveller 777
Startraveller 777

@Anderwriter the hunt for knowledge and understanding of the world was one of the reasons why humans killed animals because they experimented on them to understand certain things. I guess you mean that all knowledge is within, and archieved by meditation and a neutral state, yes that might be true, but maybe humans have a certain reason why they are here on this planet.Also again i dont get why people value knowledge so high. People think in terms of goals and ingore to just experience while that trying forcibly to understand everything, i do both , however the outer observation is not so important tbh, as people think.

Vor 2 Monate
Anderwriter
Anderwriter

What if one of the things we don't know, though, is that we know more than we think we do? There are many answers in silence and stillness. The world would be a better place, IMHO, if more people would try it, rather than madly chasing after stuff and happiness.

Vor 2 Monate
TheBruces56
TheBruces56

When supporting the "something from nothing" theory it is observed that particles can pop into and out of "existence". However, much like the rabbit in a magician's hat just because you don't know where a particle came from or where it went to doesn't mean that it goes nowhere or ceases to exist.

Vor 4 Monate
KH Ng
KH Ng

@jay pee Those quantum people made some observation and drew some subjective conclusions only based on what they "saw". It is not that scientific to jump into conclusion that "future events could change the past" theory must be true ...etc. Human beings still have not understood what photons really are and how they behave and based on what laws etc... It is still very early to draw any sweeping but probably very erratic conclusions. The fact however suggests that a photon could move extremely fast and it is impossible to pinpoint its position at any time (here we are only talking about the time human can detect hitherto with the most accurate instruments human could build today). All humans should be humble enough to admit there are a lot we still don't know and keep searching and verifying. Most importantly we must know the solar system and earth as we know today will become inhabitable, so humans must do enough to find and build an alternative home somewhere else before it is too late.

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Yung Po
Yung Po

@jay pee Well maybe since you know more than they do you could set all the phycists straight.

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jay pee
jay pee

Its a free lunch for phycists. Try to take credit for what cones after the fact without explaing the fact itself resulting in the mess that we are in with no answers for why observation causes quantum wave function collapse, entanglement, no answer why theory of relativity cannot agree with quantum mechanics,, its all cos of that fact tgat they don't know shit about how that all happened

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KH Ng
KH Ng

@Allah's_slave مدح غير الله ظلم Sayings are not proofs. People at the time of writing the Bible or the Quran can only write based on their limited knowledge and wild imagination, and the language used are rather vague and ambiguous. For instance, they all think earth is flat and where they lived must be the centre of the "world", ie the only civilisation, which was very narrow minded. They saw the horizon is a straight line so the earth must be flat, unimaginable at that time the earth is round. They saw consistent sunrise sunset moonrise moonset, so they thought those were orbiting around earth, or just appear from the ground, they all look small in the sky, so earth must be bigger etc. They also thought sun and moon must be about the same size since they look similar in the sky, except they can feel the sun is very bright and hot, but the moon isn't, so they thought there must be fire on the sun, since they know only fire on earth ....etc etc .. Big bang? Don't think they knew anything like that then. They didn't even know how big the universe is and how much bigger the sun is compared to earth! The one God and messiah concept all started by the Jews, then Christianity, Islam etc all followed similar path to form other versions since they all cannot agree completely what one said against what the other said in each version. Contrary to religions, science is based on truths, not stories told in ancient times, and anyone can find and repeat the use of scientific laws and achieve consistent results. Many of the products humans rely for living and take for granted are products of scientific applications, like the cars, buildings, electric energy, and those are facts, not mere imaginative stories.

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Allah's_slave مدح غير الله ظلم
Allah's_slave مدح غير الله ظلم

The big bang mentioned in the holy qur'an: Have not those who disbelieve known that the heavens and the earth were joined together as one united piece, then We parted them? And We have made from water every living thing. Will they not then believe? Al_anbiya : 30 And the expansion of the universe mentioned in the holy qur'an : With power did We construct the heaven. Verily, We are Able to extend the vastness of space thereof Adh-Dhariyat : 47 moon and sun revolving mentioned in the holy qur'an: It is not for the sun to overtake the moon, nor does the night outstrip the day. They all float, each in an orbit. Yasin :40 The earth and the sky is round because diameter means a circle: O company of jinn and humans! If you can pass through the diameters of the heavens and the earth, then do pass through. But you will not pass through except by an authority [from Allah]. Al rahman :33 The Black holes that sweeps around mentioned in qur'an : I swear by the hidden, neighborhood sweepers, And by the night as it departs, And by the dawn when it breathes,Verily, this is the Word (this Qur’ân brought by) a most honourable messenger [Jibrîl (Gabrîl), from Allâh to Prophet Muhammad. Al takwir: 15_19 Stars fall into the black hole mentioned in the Qur’an: I swear by the star when it falls An najm :1 I swear by the falling stars, And it is a great oath, if you knew. Al waqiah: 57- 76 Earth's shrinking crust mentioned in qur'an: See they not that We gradually reduce the land from its outlying borders. And Allah judges, there is none to put back His Judgement and He is Swift at reckoning. Ar rad:41 The water evaporated from the ground, returned to the clouds, and then fell as rain: By the sky which returns [rain] Altarek:11

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Ian C
Ian C

This was so well put together and described with with non sensationalist commentary, fairly simplified without being condescending allowing almost every paragraph to warrant further research ! Clear and concise, factual and imaginative showing how great minds have worked through some of the greatest mysteries of the universe and how much more there is to learn, excellent work !

Vor 4 Monate
phatschtuff
phatschtuff

Agreed, non-cheesy narrative at last.

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Sirius Sphynx
Sirius Sphynx

"He who smelt it dealt it." - not me

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Lu Nicola
Lu Nicola

"the more one knows, the less they comprehend " Lu~Nicola

Vor 4 Monate
Moonlight Jewel
Moonlight Jewel

The sheer beauty of the words describing the mysteries of our universe in the scripts of your videos make me feel an indescribable warmth. I can feel that your videos come from the heart, a curious love to talk about things that we humans will never fully understand. Thank you. ❤️

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Jazz Porridge
Jazz Porridge

My thoughts too, beautifully expressed. The writing evokes a generous twinkling eye suggesting 'not to worry, we can't believe we're saying this either'.

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james overholt
james overholt

You did a much better job of explaining the strong nuclear force than my college professors

Vor 2 Monate
Cheryl Pegues
Cheryl Pegues

I'm lost. Well explained as this may be, I can't wrap my head around the causality of things that are nowhere or everywhere at once. But the storytelling is superb.

Vor 2 Monate
Bradley Walker
Bradley Walker

@Ogc Constrictors "If you want to travel the way of Zen Buddhism, then expect nothing, seek nothing, and grasp nothing. To study the way is to study the self. To study the self is to forget the self. To forget the self is to be actualized by infinite myriad things, when your body & mind, as well as the bodies & minds of others, vanish completely. No trace of enlightenment remains, and this no-trace continues endlessly..." ~ Dōgen Eihei Zenji (1240)

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Ogc Constrictors
Ogc Constrictors

Then u haven’t experienced ego loss, imagine getting your humanity stripped down till you feel like your nothing, at that moment though u feel like u can everything and everyone

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Zac Mrkle
Zac Mrkle

Yea, I doubt I'll ever be clever enough to really make any sense of these things. It is fun to explore though.

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me_3189
me_3189

It’s all explained in God’s Word. Well…all that we are to currently understand. One day, all things will be revealed. 😌

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Derek Stark
Derek Stark

I mean something came from nothing is enough for me to drink.

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Monty Everest
Monty Everest

Very well presented. Cutting through to the nuts and bolts of the discussion in a very considered way... just right from a temporal perspective. Well articulated, not too glitsy as to lose credibility or too dry as to lose your audience. Brilliant!

Vor 5 Monate
Hossain Imam
Hossain Imam

Amazing how a complex field of science has been explained in such a captivating way.The search for explanation of our existence is both frustrating and exciting, perhaps it's in human nature to keep enquiring and may be we will have a better understanding of our existence.

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Tommy Chong
Tommy Chong

The fact that we're here experiencing existence in this physical form is a wonder all on its own. So "why existence exists" is even a thing in the first place is always going to remain just theories. Good times.

Vor 3 Monate
Shadowman
Shadowman

@Ogc Constrictors Nothingness can’t exist, it’s impossible; because if a void of nothingness actually existed, us as well as our universe wouldn’t exist. Because nothingness is just that, nothingness. Even a black void is still something.

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Jordan
Jordan

@Ogc Constrictors This is a philosophically incoherent ontological absurdity and thus absolutely unworthy of belief.

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Ogc Constrictors
Ogc Constrictors

I usto believe this but not anymore because the universe exist within space and time, before that was just a void of nothingness

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ismaelcastillo43
ismaelcastillo43

@Tommy Chong go Ghostbusters!

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Jordan
Jordan

This is the classical philosophical question of ontology. To which science simply can never answer.

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The3lueGamer
The3lueGamer

Thank you for your great content and the time it takes to make it . I appreciate it 🤙

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Majin vegeta
Majin vegeta

What does it feel like to have a revelation that you realize is gonna change everything. Like Einstein general relativity or Newtons creating an advanced calculus so he could explain his discoveries. I'm amazed by scientists of today but the fact they were able to do all this with nothing of what we use today is mind boggling

Vor 2 Monate
Krisroth23
Krisroth23

@Mr. SelfDestruct I wonder where we would be today if all that knowledge wasn’t lost.

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Mr. SelfDestruct
Mr. SelfDestruct

What was used to create the pyramids they had some amazing knowledge thousands of years ago

Vor 2 Monate
Kachra Khelega
Kachra Khelega

Ikr. Pure genius. Beyond comprehension of normal people like us.

Vor 2 Monate
Chris Kiser
Chris Kiser

I kind of like the idea of 2 different universes colliding. Imagine a universe, or patch, of antimatter all of the sudden collided with a universe, or patch, of dense matter. If the patch of dense matter was the smaller of the 2, it's possible that the antimatter started to pull the matter apart in an aggressive force that caused a huge bang and starts pulling the matter into the void super fast until the void is almost full enough for things to start slowing down. Seems plausible to me, but I'm no scientist or physicist. And if not antimatter, than just a void with a massive amount of vacuum???

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Arúviel Evenstar
Arúviel Evenstar

I had this question from my earliest childhood…how could a whole universe be created out of nothing. I LOVE these videos, keep on going !❤️

Vor 2 Monate
S1iznc1d3
S1iznc1d3

@Acacia Nilotica I think i was pretty accurate to the definitions of the word as far as relationship. Words do matter when u r trying to communicate with others, as the dialog we r having here. And it matters as long as everyone communicating is honest and does their best to understand as accurately as possible wat the words mean. How is wat i've said of a possible sim universe, despondent ? The thought our reality is a software simulation isn't exactly an in-the-box thinking, so i'm not sure where your getting the idea that it lack mental expansion. U seem to b saying that u oppose the idea of a sim universe. And that's ok if that's wat u believe. So then, i am curious as to wat experience u had that cemented in your mind that it is not a sim universe, but some form of, as u call it "spiritual". And wat is spiritual is inferring that it is still within this reality, maybe not visible, but still within, whereas a sim universe infers that it is completely outside this reality.

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Acacia Nilotica
Acacia Nilotica

@S1iznc1d3 oh I realised perfectly well what I said. And I have pondered on the simulation theory as well as the holographic universe for what feels like the whole of my life. Questioned this existence, our reality , our physical bodies, organic matter and this existential feeling that I am a spiritual or energetical (call it what you will) being peering through the eyes of my body at the world. Of course consciousness can be the same as spiritual but words are mere human constructs. It doesn’t really matter. What matters is to know thy self. When that happens, however which way we actually got here is irrelevant. I don’t have the answer as to what the nature of reality actually is. We may well be in a matrix, a simulation, a hologram, a part of a multiverse, the double slit experiment proves without doubt that our reality only exists when an observer is present. You seem here to discuss your point in a despondent way as if it’s pointless and futile to expand our minds and delve into realms of dimensional reality’s beyond what our senses see. I’ve had experiences in my current human form that have been so utterly other worldly and transformative that I can only embrace this gift of life. I hope you find your way my friend, “we’re all walking each other home” ~ Ram Dass

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S1iznc1d3
S1iznc1d3

@Acacia U don't seem to realize wat u said. Think about this carefully to wat u said... Wat u perceive as "spiritual", is synonomously saying, the consciousness, right ? Then u said "having a human Experience".... the key word being, "experience".... synonomously is saying that it's your consciousness sensing. Now... a software simulation like The Matrix, where your brain is connected physically to a computer hardware that is running a ultra realistic reality simulation... the some ppl in the Matrix r also probably thinking jst like u, but would not realize that it was all jst in their mind, that their physical bodies r nothing more than a mere illusion, unless Morpheus woke u up like Neo.

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Acacia Nilotica
Acacia Nilotica

@S1iznc1d3 we're all spiritual beings having a human Experience. it took me 37 years to cotton on to that, but when you know. trust me, you know. the proof is all in you my friend!

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Arúviel Evenstar
Arúviel Evenstar

@JonnyCrazytrain I believe that too

Vor 2 Monate
ST33LFIX3R
ST33LFIX3R

The narrator and the writer are a winning combination. Really enjoy this series of videos

Vor 6 Monate
Yogi McCaw
Yogi McCaw

Yes, everything, the BG graphics, the music all have meaning relevant to the subject. These guys, and the Fall of Civilizations guy are my current favorites on Youtube and Patreon.

Vor 3 Monate
Pitts Photography
Pitts Photography

This feels like a paid program. Its really top notch.

Vor 4 Monate
Science Revolution
Science Revolution

Top three scientific lies - earth has no tide, no magnetic poles, no Van Allen Belts Newton’s tidal mechanism is wrong Fill water in bath tub, draw a red line to mark the water level. Without touching the water, how can you make water level change? I will use hair blower to heat up the side of the tub, so thermal expansion of the tub will change the red line position. Sunlight circling around earth, heats up landmass. Thermal expansion cause coastal seabed bending. Different size, shape and slop of the bay have different hight of the tides. All scientists are confused. They don’t understand tide is an illusion of sea level rise and fall caused by coastal seabed bending caused by thermal expansion of the landmass caused by sunlight circling the earth. They are also stupid. Rain and snow always falling down at full moon. How can moon’s gravity cause sea water rising 50 feet high? They are also liars. They say moon’s gravity cause two water bulges on earth and earth is moving under the two water bulges at 1000 miles per hour around equator. They are evil. Create false tidal theory, deny fact and control media. Another scientific lie is earth has Van Allen Belts If there are Van Allen Belts protect earth from solar wind, how can we see stars? Why Van Allen Belt not falling to earth? How can earth magnetosphere capture and held electrons and protons from the solar wind? What mechanism? Where are those charged particles in the Van Allen Belts? Are they forming into hydrogen or not? Another scientific lie is earth has two magnetic poles. If earth has magnetic poles why iron is same weight around earth? Magnetic force is decay at distance cube. Iron should be million times heavier at the magnetic poles.u

Vor 4 Monate
powerLien
powerLien

this narrator also features on two other youtube channels: History of the Earth (for geologic history) and Voices of the Past (for recorded history)

Vor 5 Monate
Glowfly
Glowfly

@feh meh woah, kink shaming

Vor 5 Monate
E. Brundige
E. Brundige

I *almost* grasp quantum physics from this. I have to keep going back to some of your history of the universe videos; they're pushing the edge of my classics major brain to its limit. Geology/history of the Earth iseasier; it's more like ancient cosmogony, except that it's rooted in evidence not imagination— but it's still storytelling about earlier ages of the world. I wish poor old Parmenides could hear this. He'd take some catching-up, particularly because of the language problem that tripped him up in the first place. A Presocratic (before Socrates, so famous that he's a benchmark like Einstein in the ancient world) philosopher who lived in the Greek colonies in Italy just after the turn of the 5th century BCE, Parmenides was trying to figure out the nature of the universe a little after Democritus theorized the idea of particles, atoms, whose arrangement might explain matter (and how knives could cut solid objects, passing through the gaps). Parmenides is said by some to be the founder of the study of ontology, existence, because he wrote about "to on,"" the being" or "the isness," the noun'd form of the verb "to be." But if you're a languages student, you may have run into the fact that verbs, even to be, don't work the same way in every language, and our thoughts are fundamentally shaped by the language we're born with. Parmenides unknowingly got tripped up by one of these limitations of language, although he did the best he could. Parmenides started his discussion of existence by declaring the statement "it is not" is an oxymoron, a falsehood. "It is" is something that exists. Existence cannot NOT exist. It can only exist.Things that aren't, can't be. If they are, they are. That sounds absurdly simple, but it's not. You see that he's already tripped over the idea of nothingness, void, and rejected it as impossible, just like "before time" or "where did the universe begin before space existed" are both lnternally contradictory statements. Here's where the language barrier trips him up. The verb "to be" in ancient Greek also encompassed the concept "to become." A quantum distinction, which turns out to have profound implications. Parmenides said that one can't have something arise out of nothing, because that implies the existence of something that didn't exist before. And he's just established that "it is not" isn't even a possible statement; it's self-contradictory. If something is, it was. Which means, he says, and here's where his readers start throwing things at him, change is an illusion, because change implies something IS that was NOT before: something from nothing, existence from non-existence. He's stuck inside his own language, not recognizing the idea of Metamorphosis which the Roman poet Ovid would play with many centuries later, in which something exists, but changes its shape. Parmenides doesn't realize that "to on," "the being," also encompasses the idea of "becoming." So he says that change is an illusion, because that implies something exists that didn't before, which means movement is impossible. And finally, working his way through all this logic, he says that the world of lies we experience is illusory; the truth (at the quantum level?) is that the world/universe must be a uniform, unchanging, timeless sphere. Parmenides lost entropy and the Big Bang altogether. His refusal to accept that something can spring from nothing caused him to rewind the universe all the way back to the singularity at its start. But then he handwaves that aside and says it's impossible to operate on that level, so in the everyday level we have myths of Zeus and Apollo and Athena and the gods and time and seasons, because they're a heck of a lot more comforting. So is the everyday world compared to melting protons, fizzling stars and evaporating black holes. But despite the fact that quantum physics has debunked his dilemma and moved very far past his thought experiments, I think he would recognize the same fundamentally cold, eventless uniformity he glimpsed as he looked past the everyday into the deeper structures of ontology. I'd apologize for the longwinded reply except that it's the sort of digression you often gift us with, and I love those, so I thought you might enjoy hearing about it.

Vor 4 Monate
Scarbo 22
Scarbo 22

A friend of mine who is a physics professor told me not to worry because no one understands quantum physics.

Vor 2 Monate
Yogi McCaw
Yogi McCaw

The two disciplines should dovetail. I see these vids as being a direct outgrowth of his earlier Entire History of the Earth vids. If you haven't seen some of those, check them out too.

Vor 3 Monate
Theazy Hunnit
Theazy Hunnit

Wow. Insightful,

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Steve Grumpka
Steve Grumpka

The best question is, why us? We observe infinity with no way to reach out and interact with it. The space beyond our solar borders is always expanding faster than we can ever travel to catch up with it. It will never be more than a painting on a digital canvas to observe.

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Kenny Taylor
Kenny Taylor

There's a possible explanation that I haven't heard looked at yet. I know that the singularity idea is no longer thought of, but why not? If we know that the universe was made up of order and disorder. Then the singularity could have been almost pure order with a little bit of disorder inside. Then as time progressed the disorder grew until it caused the singularity to expand. At some point there was a great expansion and our universe came out of that expansion.

Vor 3 Monate
David Levesque
David Levesque

Thank you, I know I would never figure this stuff mathematically. Though I'm still not having an idea of how stars, older than the universe, exist.

Vor 4 Monate
Martijn Burer
Martijn Burer

How this channel doesn’t have a million subs yet is beyond me. Such high quality content. From the subjects, to explanations, to visuals, to tempo, to music. Everything together works so well.

Vor 6 Monate
Jen V
Jen V

@Martijn Burer I am going by what I hear people around me talk about day in and day out. They talk about food - constantly. They talk about shopping. They talk about sports. They talk about (not so much now since covid) their travels and, once again what they ate; over and over again. So I know why I am not a part of their conversations.

Vor 5 Monate
Cheikhou Diallo
Cheikhou Diallo

any idea of the soundtrack at the for the first 2 minutes thanks ?

Vor 5 Monate
Logan X
Logan X

@outdoor fun dumbest??

Vor 5 Monate
Owais Ahmad
Owais Ahmad

Top quality stuff. Really happy that you can find this kind of content on YouTube.

Vor 4 Monate
Charles Korpics
Charles Korpics

When I was a kid, I would try so hard to imagine what true nothing would be like.. and certain times I would reach a point of understanding what that would mean (to the extent I was capable at least) and I'll never forget how that would make me feel. Scared, curious, astounded.. I can't get there anymore. I wonder what that's about.

Vor 2 Monate
Matt
Matt

@joseph young you dont feel nothing when you meditate bruh

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Matt
Matt

@SimbaManBoomin it felt great

Vor Monat
joseph young
joseph young

Bro you were straight up meditating thats some mindfulness if I’ve ever seen it lol

Vor 2 Monate
SimbaManBoomin
SimbaManBoomin

Think of before you where born, what did you feel then?

Vor 2 Monate
Skip Bellon
Skip Bellon

I think that a property similar to black holes is what gives quantum particles their mass. It all starts with observation. When you look into an otherwise unobserved space, uncountable numbers of quantum black holes start spinning and the resistance that occurs between them and the Higgs field gives them mass. And then these particles start forming atoms. Maybe in some large uncomprehendable dimension, our Black Holes are doing the same thing... causing gravitational waves that are forming their quantum particles. I know that's all fiction, but am I getting close to a workable sci-fi novel?

Vor 4 Monate
0B1n_rY0
0B1n_rY0

Having watched quite a few documentaries on this subject, I've arrived at the perspective that maybe everything we can observe in the Universe - including ourselves - is akin to brain cells. Maybe all of what constitutes 'life' in the Universe are merely part of the brain structure of a being. Further to this, theory if you will, perhaps this is what has inspired humans to create computers to operate and function in the manner that they do. Just as we create and interact with software that, at it's lowest level, is binary and electrical signals that is ultimately stored on Harddisks, an environment where - in a computer system - all 'life' is stored, perhaps the Universe is the brain/Harddisk of a being and we are merely apps and programs within that system and our motion and interactions are IT'S equivalent to electrical signals carrying messages back and forth and performing functions (our daily tasks, careers etc). Perhaps, knowing inherently that we are part of something so much larger than ourselves, has subconsciously inspired the design and working structure of modern computers. Creating something in order to replicate another thing that we are already familiar with somewhere inside. Just as we can observe and seek to understand Quantum levels, which are so small from our perspective, maybe for/within this being, WE exist at the Quantum level.

Vor 5 Monate
J Denavardez
J Denavardez

What if we are just a figment of God's imagination

Vor Monat
Will Ro
Will Ro

@self discarded king of ruin 72 lmao dude

Vor 5 Monate
Aarsh Wankar
Aarsh Wankar

It was a fantastic documentary. The ending literally gave me goosebumps and also the feeling of being alone in the infinite darkness. Definitely deserves a few million views.

Vor 6 Monate
RAH
RAH

@Water Boy 2353 this is NOT DBS

Vor 4 Monate
Lee Brown
Lee Brown

@Hunor Demeter Lol, you are in the same predicament with your name.

Vor 4 Monate
Water Boy 2353
Water Boy 2353

this is a pretty good video but scary that our universe would end up being a dark void. but if that ever happened would we be transported to another universe or the afterlife? is the afterlife a bright place or a dark place until we get transported.

Vor 4 Monate
Lu Nicola
Lu Nicola

we only know what scientific minds feed ours.Ana anything illogical is dismissed .. such as God... Who created the universe,and the solar system and the Earth as an afterthought. NOT scientific, but then , He left unanswered questions to be a matter of each individual's faith .

Vor 4 Monate
nigelft
nigelft

As a (very ...) amateur astronomer, with an interest in astrophysics, especially of neutron stars, I must not have been the first person to think of this ... At the heart of every black hole, especially those that are long lived, despite Hawking Radiation, in a singularity. The only thing I can understand is that it is gravity, and curved space-time of such immense degree, but which may fit inside one Planck Length ... What is also known is the Big Bang occurred from a single point, proven by many methods ... Hence, my hypothesis: if massive black holes are known to merge, creating even larger ones, especially as galaxies merge, forming super massive black holes, how many would it take for that singularity to reach a sub-critical mass that, any more, and ... boom ... Of course the huge unknowns remain both Dark Energy, and Dark Matter, and whether inflation will keep on growing to the heat death ... ... or, both Dark Energy and Matter, will collude, causing cosmic inflation to slow, then reverse, at the time there are still enough galaxies to merge, thus creating a big enough — or compact enough ...? — singularity, that it becomes so unstable, it creates a(nother) Big Bang, spontaneously ... Problem is, given the conditions, predicted, in the first, say, 5s, anything that came before would've been simply shredded down to the quarks (or less ...?), that finding such remnants is looking for the smallest needle, inside a warehouse full of needles ... But, I always considered that, as a thought experiment, it isn't beyond the imagination that such a possibility, however improbable, exists ...

Vor 4 Monate
J Denavardez
J Denavardez

Check out Hugh Ross Astrophysicist

Vor Monat
Wirespeed91
Wirespeed91

As another amateur armchair astronomer, I've definitely heard of similar ideas. The thought that our universe might exist inside another's black hole, or have started from one is definitely nothing new, though nobody's sure how to prove anything... What you discuss, if I'm understanding right, sounds like a "Big Crunch" scenario where gravity wins over dark energy -everything collapses, leading to a giant black hole singularity that gives rise to another. We haven't totally ruled it out, but our current understanding is that the most likely outcome will be dark energy winning over gravity, leading to Heat Death (which, if you take conformal cyclic cosmology, could also lead to another universe starting... In a googol years or so). Also, entropy would throw a monkey wrench into that big crunch cycle over time, but that's covered in another video I think. Also, as a side note, like mentioned around 40:00 - we think of Black Holes and the beginning of the universe as a singularity but really, when the math says "there's a singularity here" it tends to be a sign that we don't actually understand what's going on... So who really knows.

Vor 3 Monate
galkanftw
galkanftw

I have long had two thoughts about our existence. 1 Just think about how complex life is and the universe around us. 2 I do not think we or any other life in our universe was meant to have the ability to understand our existence so imo we are chasing a dream and will never wake up with the answer. We have to simply realize that we exist and make the best of it.I also feel we will not understand or see anything after death i feel we are no different than an old car or machine,we wear out and then we die. We like to hang on to life by believing there is after life and some god governing our universe but like i said we were never meant to understand it we are imo VERY small pawns in the bigger scheme.

Vor 5 Monate
Louise Coffey
Louise Coffey

@S1iznc1d3 Going to watch it today 😊

Vor 27 Tage
S1iznc1d3
S1iznc1d3

@Louise NP, was a joy to converse with someone who actually can think logically and not lose their cool as if it was personal like 99% of the ppl. Sharing ideas, potential realities.... reality could b crazier than fiction. Yes, for someone with inquisitive mind, u would def luv the Matrix, it's such a visual representation of wat reality might really b. I am shocked u haven't seen it yet. Hope u enjoy.

Vor 28 Tage
Louise Coffey
Louise Coffey

@S1iznc1d3 your reply was an interesting read. To think we are like sims in a virtual reality game is mind boggling. But I love listening to what we could be etc. I must watch the matrix movie that came out years ago with keanu reeves, I’ve never seen it. Thanks for your reply, lots of stuff to ponder on 😊

Vor 29 Tage
S1iznc1d3
S1iznc1d3

@Louise Coffey Always good to read a thoughtful reply. Dreams, i don't believe they r manifested by our own consciousness, rather injected into the memory by the Being that controls this universe or the simulation, a Matrix, to b ezier to comprehend. This includes the emotions and sensations u felt, as real as your existing reality. If the universe is a Matrix, this can easily b done by the Being that is controlling the simulation, jst as those inside the Matrix believed they were living a real life, everything they experienced in their real life, including the dreams were real to them and had no idea they were really jst experiencing everything in the consciousness. I believe the Being is/r doing this for his/their entertainment. He/They can inject themselves into anyone inside the sim permanently or temporarily as desired, jst like the agents that were doing so in the Matrix. Imo, our first instinct is to think that it's some spiritual being, and the thought that it could b a software simulation goes beyond the belief of a spirit dimension that it's often not a thought that ever entered their mind. Most ppl want to believe that they will become a higher being and have life beyond cuz it's more positive than thinking u r a body sitting in a goo being fed nutrient to kept alive while your hooked into a software simulation into your brain, and that u r jst merely an entertainment. Imo, we r definitely not at the top of the food chain. There is something that is in control of us, as well as this universe. Jst as we find entertainment in having pets, we could likely b their source of entertainment. One of the hint that it is a simulation, is the term that is used in relions, "demons". Ironically, the operating system called UNIX, which could mean universes for short, UNI-X, also has a term called "daemons". These daemons r not demons of the religous term, but r referred to individual processes that r run on the operating system and resides in the memory. Isn't it sheer coincedence, not likely. All terms r created with a reason and origin in mind.

Vor 29 Tage
Louise Coffey
Louise Coffey

@S1iznc1d3 so you believe when we die, that’s it no more. Fair enough. I don’t believe that, I believe we live on in spirit. I’ve done a couple of past life regressions before and some very real dreams! One I had about 5 months ago, in my dream I was flying ( I always dream I’m flying! ) and I crashed to the ground and I died! In the dream it felt so real, I woke up shaking. I went to “heaven” and was greeted by an Asian lady. She was nervous as she wasn’t sure if she would be able to put my mind at ease because I remember I was so shocked that I was dead!! I was thinking how sad my family would be that I was dead. The next thing I knew I was “being born” again!!! I remember I was surrounded by people all looking at me and I remember being absolutely devastated still that my family would be sad I was dead. They “ spirit guides” told me that when I was born again I’d forget my parents names etc and when I was being born I kept repeating my parents names over and over and then I was born in America ( I’m in Ireland and Irish ) and again being shocked my new life was American and I remember thinking- hey I still remember my old parents names in my new life - this is wrong! I then woke up. After writing this I realise it’s crazy and that night, I woke up and I was so relieved I was still alive. I was sure that I died, my dream felt so real! It was the most surreal thing ever!!! Sorry for the long post!

Vor 29 Tage
Benjamin Vogel
Benjamin Vogel

Simply put, something exists, therefore something always existed, even if only in potential. Potentiality is something, and it also infers the timeless existence of energy in some form or another. If reality formed due to potentiality in a void of nothingness once, it could theoretically do it again and on an infinite timeless scale another reality would emerge because of the infinite potential.

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winkipinky
winkipinky

Yes, the answer is yes. It's like a unique thought, non existent until it comes into existence.

Vor 3 Monate
mmnMnMu
mmnMnMu

I don't know much about space but it's a very interesting to me, but honestly I'm assuming the nothingness before it started will be similar to the darkness once everything dies out, but who knows from there

Vor 27 Tage
HB
HB

In this video, an object made of virtual particles is explaining the secrets of the virtual particles. Amazing.

Vor 4 Monate
BLACK HOLE ENTRY
BLACK HOLE ENTRY

In my early life, I wanted to pursue a career in astronomy, but my science professors ALL told me I'd have to earn a PhD in astronomy to even qualify as a relief dome polisher, as it was a closed field, In the 50's, who could have foreseen the Hubble, or even landing on the moon?

Vor 4 Monate
Blokin
Blokin

@Koalafishmutantbird Weurfi

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Braco
Braco

Should have took a chance. Now look at you

Vor Monat
B B
B B

@James The First “genius” lol Can’t rely on what others _perceived_ you to be in the past (notably when you’re being compared to your immediate peers, ie: college) and actually see it as something that you really are today. Especially if you don’t do anything in your life to be considered such. Let’s be real: being called a “genius” by a professor doesn’t actually make you a genius, lol. I’ve been called “extremely intelligent” by a few when attending uni, especially when they made it a point to bring my gender and where I grew up into the conversation, but out in the world beyond college away from my peers that I was being compared to? I’m just average. There’s a million others just like me. The people that are actually out there doing magnificent things in the world, showing how smart they truly are by making waves … those are the geniuses. That word, to me, is a word that packs a large punch. Should be reserved for those who actually do the punching. Not those that never bothered getting into the ring in the first place. Plus, people that actually are … don’t even call themselves that. It’s a little weird.

Vor 2 Monate
James The First
James The First

@Yogi McCaw ... You are absolutely right. In College they told me I was a genius and should pursue a career as a Nuclear Physicist, but my "dream" were women... I liked (and still like) them Blondes, brunettes, Redheads... all of them, so I pursued my dream... Had a lot of action and happiness and spent a lot of money that I don't have now... I'm sure the world will find another "genius" to find a way travel faster thru space at warp speed or something... I'm happy with my decision.

Vor 2 Monate
Koalafishmutantbird
Koalafishmutantbird

In my early life I realized I’ll be dead one day and everything is a waste of time. I’m middle aged now and my opinion still stands.

Vor 2 Monate
Eccentric Beats
Eccentric Beats

I believe this universe is just a neuron from a greater being, a thought an idea just like our brain works.

Vor Monat
projectAcy
projectAcy

this is such a tough one - all concepts relying primarily on quantum mechanics usually are. really well done as always.

Vor 6 Monate
Bluex Rain
Bluex Rain

I’ll watch this later. I have contemplated this deeply for over a decade. Nice to know others are thinking the same things in awe and wonder…

Vor Monat
Holly Rockwell-Celerier
Holly Rockwell-Celerier

Totally amazing production. I learned more in this 42 mins. than I have in 25 videos on the same subjects. I'm still a little "fuzzy" on a few of the concepts, but I have a working idea of them to base future research on. Thank you ever so much for this delightful journey and you have a new subscriber who is about to go off and hunt down another of your videos.

Vor 5 Monate
victor mutabazi
victor mutabazi

Love these researched facts, we are not doing that bad despite all the crazy ideologies by man on Earth in the present day.

Vor 2 Monate
KorAllRBare
KorAllRBare

One more thing if we refer to a general relativity depiction "Ignore that silly two dimension trampoline crap" and treat those grids to be Near-Vacuum "highly energetic matter or Mass" What do you think would occur if several grids from all directions merged? Would the result be a sphere once all inward momentum is cancelled out "As in Energy converted to Mass"? Would such a Sphere "3D wave" behave as a Hydrogen Atom? And what would happen if two 3 dimensional waves "Atoms" were in close proximity to each other pay attention to the momentum stored within each respective Mass "Atom" but with the momentum still conserved beyond said mass "consider the Moon and how in between the moon and earth the Near Vacuums momentum is interrupted "warped by mass" ergo all mass in between them experiences a little less repulsion than to the opposite surface experiencing repulsion from the Near Vacuum which is a highly energetic area of the universe "where Energy has not been stored or converted to mass as it has within a 3 dimensional wave" let me simplify and hopefully clarify. Eg: Below we have four units of near vacuum ---- If we merge some of them from all directions until the inward momentum is cancelled out. we end up with a Relative solid within a near vacuum surrounding it -=- The above has the upper dash with a momentum to the right within the lower dash which is with a momentum to the left ergo energy or momentum is stored, and yet conserved and if we apply that in all directions, there we have our inward General Relativity gravity and along with that a Mass/Energy model as to how Energy "momentum" is stored or converted to Mass thus an increase to gravity..

Vor 5 Monate
binbots
binbots

Because causality has a speed limit every point in space sees itself as the closest to the present moment. When we look out into the universe, we see the past which is made of particles. When we try to look at smaller and smaller sizes and distances, we are actually looking closer and closer to the present moment. The wave property of particles appears when we start looking into the future of that particle. It is a probability wave because the future is probabilistic. Wave function collapse happens when we bring a particle into the present/past. GR is predictable because it takes place in the predictable past and the probabilistic wave properties of particles takes place in the probabilistic future.

Vor 6 Monate
Mario Calabrese
Mario Calabrese

@Slightly Slanted Sleuth 4 the truth but what about entropy? Isn't that an example of the passage of time being a thing?

Vor 5 Monate
Dan Holmes
Dan Holmes

heavy

Vor 6 Monate
Slightly Slanted Sleuth 4 the truth
Slightly Slanted Sleuth 4 the truth

There is only now, and that is what light is.

Vor 6 Monate
Κωνσταντίνος Μαυρόπουλος - ΤΛΩ:
Κωνσταντίνος Μαυρόπουλος - ΤΛΩ:

A wonderful production! I just put it in one of my playlists. But the reason I' m writing this comment is not only to congratulate you, but to mention something crucial about the subject and the title of this video. It is a word that the great prosocratic greek philosopher Heraklit (Ηράκλειτος) wrote in the 5th century B.C. about his conception and idea for the universe, which amazingly seems to agree with the quantum physicists and cosmologists findings of today!!! (To be right, obviously the vice versa... Scientist of today agree with Heraklit!) I will write it first in greek, and then I will try to translate it in english, which is a very-very difficult thing to do, not only because I' m not a translator but because even if I was, it would still be very difficult to do a correct and accurate translation in english! Consider that even translations from ancient greek texts to modern greek language is often inaccurate or incomplete, because the ancient greek language is far more complicated and full of polysemic notions than any other modern language in the world. But I' ll try my best... So, firt in ancient greek. «Κόσμον τόνδε, τον αυτόν απάντων, ούτε τις θεών ούτε ανθρώπων εποίησεν, αλλ' ην αεί και έστιν και έσται πυρ αείζωον, απτόμενον μέτρα και αποσβεννύμενον μέτρα.» Which means, "This universe, and everything that excist in it, was made nor from any god, nor from any man, but it has always been, and it is, and it will always be, an ever living fire, that is lighted up and blown out, in between meters of time." Just more food for thought!!! * a self proclaimed modern philosopher from Hellas (more known as "Greece")* 🏛

Vor Monat
*Cosmo2.0*
*Cosmo2.0*

This guy talked about a “god” in the 5th century b.c.? That is very interesting, thanks for your comment..

Vor 7 Tage
Maxïmum
Maxïmum

All "subatomic particles", are in reality "waves", when we measures those waves we make it "stop" materelize into a particle, which means there are no particles... The "real thing" is a wave, but what we can see when we measure it, it's only an illusion. You see the waves when an object falls in water, this is the kind of thing that all the matter is made of, and even weirder, the illusion for matter is its particles and not waves... While when an objects falls in water, the waves it made isn't the real object. To be even clearer, the wave is the object itself, when the particle is the shadow. (only a metaphore like the other one, because it goes much more complexe than that)

Vor Monat
F100 FE390
F100 FE390

Once upon a time there was nothing, then it exploded. This is the best main stream scientists can do in 2022. But Electric Universe Theory has explained most everything and the physics works beautifully.

Vor Monat
Max Graham
Max Graham

I wonder if the inflation period is when the constants of our reality actually evolved, as opposed to just appearing. While it's something of a strong anthropic principle, its similarity to how life itself evolves is beautiful

Vor 4 Monate
Max Graham
Max Graham

@The Devious Duck I think it is entirely possible that universes could procreate. Black holes are where matter and energy are chopped up into their base components, reshuffled, and reorganized. It's a fascinating possibility

Vor 3 Monate
The Devious Duck
The Devious Duck

The universe is alive. It changes and will eventually die. Perhaps it will even reproduce. tbh I think the thing people have been calling God for thousands of years is just the universe itself

Vor 3 Monate
playgroundchooser
playgroundchooser

If a new one of these came out every day, I would watch each and every one still. Fantastic job!

Vor 6 Monate
Link in the Chain
Link in the Chain

The Universe comes from dreams, a need for the perfect mating couple or social gathering family. You see the Universe began with a tone, a child had been in the void escaping a family of evil, and went into a part of the ship where he could play in love with peace and it was the savior. Peace is our safety from evil. So is the Universe escaping peace? Or is it creating peace in memory of the boy on spaceship who spoke to the universe in void because he found his peace? Void of evil things we are invincible. So is the universe. It's probably why a boy created the void, to escape evil. Void of evil he escaped and was remembered by the boy in the space ship who played in the void to escape evil to find peace. But peace was given to me. I'm normal. I control people who are evil. I know there's void, so I am void of nothing.

Vor 2 Monate
Totaro17
Totaro17

How did you pay for what you are smoking? I mean, that shit is good.

Vor 2 Monate
frances brisco
frances brisco

Suspended in limbo next to the void Hello from Crater Lake

Vor 2 Monate
bundy b
bundy b

Doesn't the fact that biogenesis is only known to have happened once here on earth "kind of, sort of" provide evidence that life is extremely rare? In this pristine biosphere that is so perfect for life, should we not have multiple unrelated species on earth if life was common elsewhere?

Vor 4 Monate
Dale Sajdak
Dale Sajdak

No. That’s the way evolution works, is only one lineage succeeds. There were certainly numerous independent lineages at first which developed on their own, but the lineage from which all life on Earth descends was the only one to succeed because it had some advantage early on (like 3.5+ billion years ago) and this allowed its descendants to outcompete the other lineages, leaving only this lineage. This is similar to how there was a large variety of human species and subspecies only a few hundred thousand years ago, but now only Homo sapiens sapiens survives.

Vor 4 Monate
charlie thomas
charlie thomas

The universe is an actuation, and it is responsive to a difference in vibratory potentistion. Nothingness is stillness. When one human walks a straight and gets smaller unto disappearing from sight, it is because the waves become smaller with distance. The smallest waves are not easily detectable. Space exists to very small objects forever. A very very large opposite does not feel their interference vibrations, even at zero vibration. Thought sized in comparison to stillness, we are enveloped by small light while invisible. The most dense speck stands completely still and makes no sound. Nothingness has mass; It too is undetectable by the vibrating smaller us. Surrounded by powerful light, our lighted darkness within darkness can only be noticed by temperature change. Nothingness has its own light. The light of nothingness shines through our universe invisibly. Nothingness has effect in temperature radiation. Standing at nothingness it is warm to cool in cycles. Water is older than even nothingness. Actuation of the infinite mass. Actuation of a place that always existed as coded energy.

Vor 3 Monate
Seth Clayborne
Seth Clayborne

I've thought about this so very often.. id vividly try to imagine what came before all of this and one day i realized. even a massive void of black or white nothingness is something. And what if that nothingness were to realize it were something, i think its first thought or words upon achieving its own self awareness would be along the lines of the biblical quote of what god called himself when speaking to Moses, "I am that I am". I think the macrocosmic mind has worked its story into the collective consciousness through the many different tales, myths and parables that hold a special place amongst all peoples and cultures. from what ive experienced and learned over the years, thought creates a frequency/brainwaves. as mentioned in this doc our entire universe is comprised of waves and wavelengths. sound waves, light waves and many other wave forms that travel through time and space. i believe all wave lengths spawned from that one original wavelength as did all energy. meaning the underlying energy of the universe is the cosmic mind, all come from and all return to, the universe is one energy experiencing itself from trillions of perspectives working to make itself better where it can and destroying itself where it must to maintain balance and equilibrium. It's one massive organism, comprised of and made by trillions of other organisms. Just like us. We would seem to be individual organisms, but we know we are made up of some 30 trillion living cells, they all must consume atp to gain energy like us with food, they do specific jobs, reproduce and they die. We could be a specific type of cell doing our part in a much larger organism. i think biblical quotes like "we were made in gods image" are very interesting too.. if you are familiar with the fibonacci spiral or sequence, its a numerical code deeply written into the forces of nature, in which something comes from nothing, the sequence starts 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13, so on. each new number being the sum of the previous two. from the spiral of the universe to the embryo of any creature, a number of places in the human body such as a curled fist, the ear, a hair callus. the sprouting of a plant from seed, patterns within countless plants and vegetables, the best example being Romanesco broccoli but also many others like the pineapple or the pinecone which became a representation of both the pineal gland and fibonacci spiral in eastern esotericism. this universe is one crazy trip, if not some sort of quantum/macrocosmic dream

Vor 4 Monate
Phillip Ball
Phillip Ball

Ty

Vor 4 Monate
James Poff
James Poff

That comment left me speechless! Thank you so much!! I am going to snapshot that and remember it!!!

Vor 4 Monate
Grandmaster Dragonborn
Grandmaster Dragonborn

The enormous complexity of all of this makes it incredibly difficult not to believe in a creator of kind. There is simply no way this all came from “nowhere”.

Vor 4 Monate
Yogi McCaw
Yogi McCaw

Yup. Nothing is, in fact, everything.

Vor 4 Monate
leyla belma gazi
leyla belma gazi

Mind-blowing... Thank you for this high-quality work!

Vor 4 Monate
McMac Shalfilya
McMac Shalfilya

Your beauty is mind blowing!!

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Proton Neutron
Proton Neutron

Nope. The known physical laws don't allow its birth from the physical universe. Therefore its origin is from outside this universe.

Vor 4 Monate
Bobby Rare
Bobby Rare

i guess it would be accurate to say time is the universe itself. Time isn't it's own thing, the universe is that concept. which means without something to be there, time can not exist. but what does that truly mean? It means time has way more secrets than we even know. everything started existing at some point.. no matter what it is.. it's a lot of puzzles, but the answer is pretty clear. There was always a driving force for the universe. which means Time itself never had a beginning, but yet it might be accurate to say.. we didn't need time to exist.. it just does.

Vor 4 Monate
Gotenham
Gotenham

This was a really well done video, thanks!

Vor 4 Monate
BV The Balkan Anarchist Mapper
BV The Balkan Anarchist Mapper

This comment is more about the channel in general rather than this video in particular. Back when this first channel was first announced, I expected it to be a mindbending and at time existentialist ride, but I couldn't have imagined the sheer extent of how much of it, especially the former there would be. Thank you for always delivering it all, and keep up the good work, folks!

Vor 6 Monate
BV The Balkan Anarchist Mapper
BV The Balkan Anarchist Mapper

@m_i_g_5 who are "they" and what are they "pay"ing me for?

Vor 5 Monate
m_i_g_5
m_i_g_5

How much did they pay you? Last time, I was delayed 3 months of payment.

Vor 5 Monate
Be Inquisitive
Be Inquisitive

I've watched this video like 5 times and it never gets old

Vor 4 Monate
Pauly piddlefoot
Pauly piddlefoot

Yes from nothing it was born, according to the limited evidence we have, but then the definition of nothing is pretty open to interpretation so LOL !!! To a quantum scientist there is no such thing as true nothing, but to an Einstein physicist it makes total sense..... Just awesome !

Vor 4 Monate
E Z
E Z

Wonder what a machine learning computer such as alpha could come up with if asked with the question of where the universe came from if given enough resources and data.

Vor 2 Monate
WIZZDEM - TJ McLaughlin
WIZZDEM - TJ McLaughlin

Science is about reducing things to their basic elements. So, since everything is energy that would be the basic element of the universe. And since all the fundamental forces are all characterized by attraction and repulsion could we not say that those two forces are the fundamental forces. So, it might be that energy itself is a combination of those two forces. That is, energy is simultaneously attracted to itself and repelled by itself in all manner of configurations. For one of those configurations the two forces are in a state of equilibrium and in that state energy cancels itself which is its eternal state so that, in effect, nothing exists. But in that "nothing" every other configuration of the two forces exist as possibilities and can come to fruition out of the virtual nothingness of energy itself. One of those configurations gave rise to the universe we find ourselves in which seemingly arose out of nothing.

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TheRagingPizza
TheRagingPizza

This channel always has some of the highest quality videos on YouTube

Vor 6 Monate
ThatOneGuy
ThatOneGuy

@Norman Bliss nothing is just a concept for something

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ThatOneGuy
ThatOneGuy

@john Jeffreys it was us if you think deep about it

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JoaoDev
JoaoDev

True

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Dynamic Dopamine
Dynamic Dopamine

@Joseph Hall da-yum cuzo... 🤣

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Joseph Hall
Joseph Hall

Your mom has the highest quality channel on only fans

Vor 2 Monate
Skenj Bear
Skenj Bear

I think the univers was/is/will be/ created when 2 "chaos spheres" colide with each other and that's why we have matter and anti-matter. I call them chaos spheres because it's all random laws and principles

Vor 4 Monate
Dmo K
Dmo K

Fact of the matter is… there are boundaries to our knowledge and we simply can not cross them or we would cease to exist. Everything that we know of exists on a spectrum (fractal). If you imagine the visible light spectrum as our boundaries, we know the highest and lowest colors aka (levels of intelligence) that we can see. But there is also high and low energies of light that we know exist but simply can not visualize, therefore we can never truly come close to full comprehension of its effects. Every aspect of life exists in different spectrums therefore it’s interpretation of the universe is different bc it can’t fully comprehend anything outside of its natural boundaries. If we were to ask a bird, a dog, an ant, or a tree to explain the laws of the universe (assuming they could talk like us) their interpretation of the laws would be different but the relationship between those laws would be the same as ours.

Vor Monat
Anatoliy Nagornyy
Anatoliy Nagornyy

The intro - one of the most hypnotising, humbling, meditative and goosebump-inducing 2 minutes of footage I have ever watched, quite possibly

Vor 3 Monate
Robert Schlesinger
Robert Schlesinger

Excellent video. Very interesting, informative and worthwhile video.

Vor 4 Monate
Cosi Cave
Cosi Cave

OK, I've finished watching now, AND WHAT A FANTASTIC PIECE THIS IS, Geraint! Absolutely first class. To put this altogether in a video lasting less than an hour, and to give clear meaning to the many baffling questions we find ourselves asking, is a tremendous achievement. I have a working understanding of the topic(s) but rarely does one find such an astonishingly thorough presentation, of most (if not all) of the whole complication, in one clearly defined space and time: the extended moment it took me to view this marvellous agglomeration of stuff just within and just beyond our present grasp of reality. And furthermore, I did not miss a single word! Absolutely fantastic. Huge gratitude. Even a sense of indebtedness.

Vor 6 Monate
Hi!MyNameIs!
Hi!MyNameIs!

Was thinking something along the same lines but couldn't quite sum it up, then I saw your comment and I now I can just thank you for surmising what I couldn't put to words.

Vor 6 Monate
YaBoiMatrix_x
YaBoiMatrix_x

Imagine if the universe is a quark to a bigger universe, and quarks in our universe are smaller universes

Vor 5 Monate
German Telles
German Telles

@Earla Weese ok

Vor 5 Monate
Earla Weese
Earla Weese

*No.*

Vor 5 Monate
KroyCincy911
KroyCincy911

Or was it? What if the big bang wasn't a bang at all but a bounce. When a bomb explodes there is slight moment where the debris from the device massively accelerates. What if that same force is applied to our universe but being the universe is in a vacuum and a possible source of the "bang" out there somewhere maby our acceleration will slow and even at some point begin to retract back upon itself to that single point untill enough matter is consumed to repeat the bounce or "bang" and maby this is the eternal universe. So maby "what was just before the big bang" was simply a former universe being consumed and ours being the result of the bounce that came from it.

Vor 5 Monate
Vincent Russo
Vincent Russo

That was awesome....thanks for all the financial partners that makes this available for us.

Vor 4 Monate
Trevor Jones
Trevor Jones

What if before the big bang there was matter that kept being pushed in to a certain point until it could no longer contain it, the out side of the univerce did not like the force from inside and basicly it moves away from the univerce but the univerce is attracted to the out side ,at one point the out side tried to contain it for a second time ...but inside the univers someting happend so it caused the second big bang and ever since the univerce is trying to catch the uncatchable the more the univerce exspands the faster the out side moves away ,also if the out side takes on the same properties as the quantum relam then maybe are univerce took on some of that what i mean is that on the out side things can exsist and not at the same time are univerce got lucky and became a reality and can nolonger be effected by the out side other than to catch it but it can never get to it but are univerce is constantly creating new reality so all the outside that can and can not exsist is only exsisting once are univerce interacts with the new space thats created hope that kinda makes sence

Vor 3 Monate
Kalina Stoycheva
Kalina Stoycheva

I have always been curious about physics, but not tenacious enough to sit dow and study it hard on my own. Thus so far I couldn't stumble upon a video or a material that explained to me in simple terms what quantum physic is. This video here, is the answer I have been looking for! Finally I am able to wrap my head around the idea of quantum physic. Thanks to that there are so many new ideas and questions coming to me, thank you for opening the metaphorical door for me!

Vor 6 Monate
Euclid ofAlexandria
Euclid ofAlexandria

Perhaps it is similar to the water like ability to "invert properties of space" The rest mass of the neutrino is much smaller energy vs. rest mass, if something is off there then it might be able to be traced back to the innate bias of space itself.

Vor 2 Monate
mr p
mr p

Ah science explained as it should be. I am convinced that british narration is unmatched when it comes to documentaries. That aside, the plethora of simplified information is exactly the remedy this planet needs. Not only is it articulated in such a manner that even the stupified couldn't not understand. But its presentation is clear concise and visually ergonomical.

Vor 4 Monate
robheusd
robheusd

Question like "where did the universe come from" - although at first glance they look like a valid question (by valid I mean something that at least in theory can have an answer) and look like regular questions like "where did (any particular something) come from" in which (any particular something) can be substituted by for example: the sun, the moon, the galaxy, a biologal organism or any other physical object or physical phenomenon. At least in theory, all such question can have an answer. But when you consider the universe as a whole, there is no theoretical possible answer that can be give, because an answer can only be provided to exist at the assumption that other things are still assumed to exist that could have caused some other phyiscal object or phenomenon to exist. Yet, in the case of the whole universe, such an answer can not be provided, since the whole universe already contains everything in existence, and thus leaves nothing to assume to exist "outside' or "prior" to it, that could have caused the universe to exist. In fact, the universe as a whole can not be considered a physical object, because there are no other objects "outside" the universe, to which it can have objective relationships. All physical existence is already contained within the universe, and there is nothing outside it.

Vor 2 Monate
vasanth0x55tube
vasanth0x55tube

@C a t a l y s t If you agree that the universe is a dream, then the dreamer is none other than you. So, now you have to question only yourself to find the answer. Seeking the answer from others is foolishness.

Vor 26 Tage
C a t a l y s t
C a t a l y s t

@vasanth0x55tube That only passes the buck to where did the dreamer come from?

Vor Monat
vasanth0x55tube
vasanth0x55tube

There is a third possibility in which the whole universe and everything within it including the person who raises this question are not real. It could simply be a dream like existence, a dream that is highly stabilized and feels extremely real.

Vor Monat
C a t a l y s t
C a t a l y s t

Right, but the question is still begged: how did everything come about? The way I see it, there are only two possible answers: either everything popped into existence from absolutely nothing, or everything has always eternally existed in some form. Neither one are comprehensible to the human mind.

Vor 2 Monate
luis rivera
luis rivera

Believing that our universe, our planet, moon and sun as perfect as they are in their distances from each other all working together in unison to sustain life, is something that could have been born from chaos (the big bang theory) is the same as having all the inner workings of a Swiss Watch loose inside your pants pocket and believing you can just throw all those parts up in the air and expect all those parts to reassemble that Swiss Watch as they fall...

Vor 3 Monate
luis rivera
luis rivera

@Athora God.

Vor 4 Tage
Athora
Athora

How would you explain it?

Vor 5 Tage
John Hopkins
John Hopkins

Thank you for the amazing content!

Vor 2 Monate
Slow knife
Slow knife

I hope for a future when humanity stops being greedy, stops fighting each other for money and land so we can finally come together to find our place in this universe and more

Vor 2 Monate
Isaac Dubier
Isaac Dubier

The M theory sounds rather interesting, could you make a video on that?

Vor 4 Monate
GT 43
GT 43

Nothing is just the word we use to describe something that we can't detect.

Vor Monat
Siddhant Gandhi
Siddhant Gandhi

I just wanted to say i have watched all your videos, and you're just incredibly amazing. I believe its simple your passion so well translated in your videos by your expert craft, that distinguishes you from everything else on youtube. You sir are amazing, please never stop, and we'll always support you.

Vor 6 Monate
Islam Virodhi
Islam Virodhi

@tumtuaresagitur wow glad to see you.

Vor 6 Monate
tumtuaresagitur
tumtuaresagitur

The naasadiiya-suukta of the Rgveda (X 129, Hymn of Creation) seems to start with a kewl "definition" of HUP, so to speak: naasadaasiinno sadaasiit tadaaniim (pada-paaTha: na; asat; aasiit; na; u; sat; aasiit tadaaniim). Then (before the Big Bang?) there was not the Non-existent nor the Existent. - Greetings from Finland, by a Sanskrit freak. 😛

Vor 6 Monate
Free Genuine Honest
Free Genuine Honest

“What we know is a drop, what we don't know is an ocean.” ― Isaac Newton

Vor 4 Monate
WikiPeoples
WikiPeoples

This history of the universe guy does a simply PROFESSIONAL job 👏🎬

Vor Monat
Sia Mihari
Sia Mihari

Maybe im a bit late on the memo... But has anyone considered that atoms and quarks may exist in the first and second dimensions? As that is their base dimension. But as such with a geometric shape it takes many dots to make a line and many lines to make a square and then many squares to make a cube. As in geometry the rules of the first and second dimensions do effect the rules of the third, right?

Vor Monat
Dr. Scott C Case
Dr. Scott C Case

For me, I would like to believe that after we die all truths about the realities of all things would be revealed to us. Additionally, I would like to believe that behind it all there is an eternal supreme intelligence. Those things would be the best heavenly reward I could ever ask for. Till then it’s up to us to believe whatever we want to about it all.

Vor Monat
nathan james
nathan james

'Agree!!...

Vor 5 Tage
Dr. Scott C Case
Dr. Scott C Case

Yes indeed, loved ones including my old pets :-).

Vor Monat
Dr Mantis Toboggan
Dr Mantis Toboggan

Yeah that would be pretty sweet. Either that or just getting to watch your loved ones.

Vor Monat
J M
J M

Incredible, the amount of quality you are able to produce so quickly.

Vor 6 Monate
CURTIS UWUIGBE
CURTIS UWUIGBE

If you try to think of nothing, you can not. It's an impossibility for the human mind. The human mind was developed to think of the universe in a tangible way.

Vor 2 Monate
alahna jade
alahna jade

This is just not true. Ever heard of meditation?

Vor 2 Monate
garybalatennis
garybalatennis

(Some) People keep saying, we don’t know, we don’t know. All we know is we don’t know. I disagree. Because we don’t know everything and are still learning, doesn’t mean we know nothing and all we can say is “I don’t know.” We don’t know about building the “perfect car”, one that uses zero fuel, supplies endless power, and performs flawlessly forever. But because we don’t know that, doesn’t mean we “know nothing”, and we don’t live our lives everyday using the car we do know to transport ourselves and live, work and play. What we do know, hey we know. We live.

Vor 22 Tage
Brigitte Eve Andrea Lowther
Brigitte Eve Andrea Lowther

We should just observe the Universe without having to endlessly question it, without having to analyze it, without trying to figure out the what, the how, or the why of it... For even if we were able to discover the answers to these questions, what would the information be good for, what is the hope behind our neverending search?

Vor 4 Monate
jeddyhi
jeddyhi

To become Gods?

Vor 4 Monate
Tia Haruka Trotta
Tia Haruka Trotta

Sometimes watching videos like this I try to grasp what is the passing of time and for some reason I - "feel "? "sense"? - that this universe is older than 14 billion years. That this lapse is too short to be correct. Too short to be time enough for things to come to exist how they are now (I mean size and diversity of matter). I don't think that the calculations and methods of the physicists are erroneous (not that I'd be able to point out if they were) but it's like there's still a fundamental mistake or mystery somewhere.

Vor 5 Monate
Suspect Down
Suspect Down

@R U 1 2 Time is something applied to a point. Can that be applied to something that has never had a beginning or always existed ? Not sure the human mind can conceive "always existed" "there has never been a nothing" Do you think the atom in a grain of sand on a beach knows it relationship to the sun ?

Vor 4 Monate
R U 1 2
R U 1 2

@Suspect Down Is not time fluid and/or malleable?

Vor 4 Monate
Suspect Down
Suspect Down

If something has always been how can "Time" be a factor ?

Vor 5 Monate
Dinner A'Fare
Dinner A'Fare

Amazing content and commentary! Absolutely love it. Just wish there was more. I’ve watched every episode five or six times now.

Vor 5 Monate
Finland Journey
Finland Journey

There's no reason to expect the nature of universe would follow any of the "theory of everything". Those theories are based on what we humans can imagine, but the universe probably is beyond our comprehension. We may think we've solved it's mysteries, yet there may always remain yet another layer of the onion that we'd have to figure out.

Vor 4 Monate
RuneRelic
RuneRelic

Vacuum fluctuation only breaks conservation of energy, if you believe that there is one dimension rather than two, and that only one of which is observable. A twin dimension allows +/- points that form circuits, that conserves energy, that allows eruptions to reposition, while answering the nature of matter vs antimatter existance. Matter cant exist without antimatter. Yet matter and anti matter can not co exist without annihilation. At least not 'while in the same dimension'. If you accept the multidimension angle, then the matter antimatter argument is moot. This also answers the question of spooky action at a distance with quantum entanglement. If that mirroverse is also anti time, proceeding along one vector from point A to B, while flipping between two dimensions as a wave, will have a 'net travel time' of zero. So energy transfer and resonance, via a harmonic push/pull, still had travel time. It was simply negated while travelling. It also enables dislocation in space of energy circuits that allow resonant entanglement.

Vor 5 Monate
Raymond Ingram
Raymond Ingram

Other dimensions would explain particals popping in and out of existence but I don't think we will experience it in the classical world.

Vor 24 Tage
musikinspace
musikinspace

"Nothing" is above any conception and therefore words, which always draw a boundary between what it described and what is not described, and which are therefore islands in our world of concepts, standing out as a thing among other concepts, and therefore not describing "nothing." Man, I wish I could make youtube videos on this.topic.

Vor 4 Monate
BGS Member
BGS Member

In my humble opinion, something from nothing defies logic, even considering the strangeness of quantum physics. The birth of the universe could very well be quantum in nature, but still come from something (a parallel dimension or some version of "Brane" theory). Things like virtual particles and dark matter might actually exist and/or spend most of their time in a parallel dimension or dimensions... dimension/s that are invisible in most ways (but not all). With the possibility of dark matter in a parallel dimension, it could be that only gravity from the dark matter is able to leak across to our dimension. Michio Kaku talked about this during an interview.

Vor 6 Monate
nicolas prieto
nicolas prieto

I tend to agree but my only but in this case would be , that if ours came from another dimension, then where did that dimension come from did it come from nothing ? Or from another dimension too, and if so where did that one come from and on and on

Vor 5 Monate
Adam Burling
Adam Burling

@IssamI want you to hear me here. Because this is my last comment to you. It has everything to do with it ( Compartmentalized or not ) there is a pattern here, and all sciences merge into one another. They're are all comprised together to make up the theories they hold. The theory that Darwin had, which is just a theory... is that all species of organisms arise through Natrual Selection, through the multiplying of a single cell. Which by the way, no biologists have ever replicated and cannot replicate ( I don't care who says they've replicated a single cell ) as they only get further behind the curve, the further they look into a single cell. It just becomes more and more complicated. The big bang theory is a theory that states all energy was packed into an extremely dense point and then burst so to speak. All of this force comes matter and all of the galaxies; including solar systems etc.. the formation and order of planets and stars; and eventually life on earth, from a single cell... I just think you're In a very strange spot to try to Compartmentalize the sciences and their theories to such an extent, so much that you can't see the forest for the trees.. and then to claim that I myself don't know enough to know that there is either chance in a random unguided process, or Agency.. hell there could be both. There likely could be Agency which began as a roll of the dice or a programing, and then everything just plays out, and humans would just be observing that playing out. I don't know either. There's really no reason more for you to even try explaining anything else. I get your position. You choose to not just not decide; but you also claim no one knows. Well. Begin with the things that are known through observations and testing. Even a staunch materialist will admit that if things didn't occur by chance, they had to have agency.

Vor 5 Monate
Issam
Issam

@Adam Burling dude no one knows, physics have nail down to a certain point after the start but they can't go any futher without physics breaking down any people that says they know what happened is lying because we don't have the tools to infeer anything, it's at the best a educated guess and i'm pretty sure they know is most likely an incorrect one since we don't know anything of the state pre-universe, heck with time and space being a caracteristic of our universe there might even not be a pre-universe state but we don't know, not taking a stance in something without any proof is not being unreasonable if anything it's the only reasonable stance. Also like i said scientist like to separate and compartmentalize their theories the theory of evolution doesnt have anything to do with the Big Bang, heck it doesnt have anything to do with the hypotesis of the origin of the life, since it doesnt want to explain more that it needs to, so yeah i stand by my points.

Vor 5 Monate
Adam Burling
Adam Burling

@Issam Good day to you. No winners here.

Vor 5 Monate
Richie Rich
Richie Rich

At the end, maybe the universe collapses in on itself, & maybe the "big bang" is the last black hole collapsing in on itself & at the point of its final particle collapsing, it then explodes into the "big bang" & the process starts all over again. And maybe it explodes the other way into what we think of as the void on the other side of the black hole. And if it's true that everything was first a "thought" or thought into existence, Then the starta must have been one that "thought" could manipulate.. So when we think, we must emit some type of wave external to our heads & this wave will be filled with the information of the thought, so the wave has been encoded with information that is the thought we had, & in this strata that information can be made into reality, or go from one form to another. Or in other words, thoughts equal things if your God.. So maybe God is in a different starta than us.. So maybe we need to shield ourselves from the effects of this reality & then replicate the same strata God is in,& then try to think something into existence. Maybe God is waiting for us to find him by using science. Science is the vehicle to to our creator maybe... So you lot need to step your game up because destiny awaits us....

Vor Monat
youme1414
youme1414

The problem is that we can only explain things based on our limited understanding. Anything beyond that is guessing. In fact there are lots of things we don't even understand very well, like time, etc.

Vor 4 Monate
Euclid ofAlexandria
Euclid ofAlexandria

To pass matter thru matter it may be very complex pathways... in truth it might be able to be studied by galactic mergers as almost none or none of the trillions of suns collide with each other, they just dance around each other and are flung and recast either into the new shape of the one galaxy, or out into space to be alone :-)

Vor 2 Monate
General Username
General Username

Really Enlightening! Enjoyed it.

Vor 4 Monate
Gee Marsh
Gee Marsh

Brilliant as always. I love the long format. What I find particularly well done is how the history of the universe (and earth on the other channel) is told through the history of science. It's tragic that the view and subscribe numbers are so low. Please keep up the amazing work.

Vor 6 Monate
לשם שמים
לשם שמים

Blessed be the Creator of the world Amen and Amen 😇

Vor 5 Monate
Peter Griffin
Peter Griffin

Wow... This is the best documentary I've ever seen! Well done!

Vor 4 Monate
T W
T W

I suspect when we get to the bottom of everything, we'll find there is no absolute. Instead, just outcomes of probabilities.

Vor 3 Monate

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