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Is it possible that parallel universe linked to our universe through white hole or gateway leaks dark matter in our universe?
Genuine question coz I believe we still need a follow-up. The information we are talking about that black hole is consuming is *MATTER* in the first place. Matter in it's elementary particles is what information is what we're calling in this video, the elementary particles of matter the quarks,bosons,leptons is what black holes are consuming, these particles make up the mass & matter of everything & it's the mass of these things that blackholes add up in their singularity & their own mass. The matter/information is increasing the surface area of blackhole after first increasing it's volume,which indirectly increases the surface area.Hence the hawking radiation not only reduces the surface area but the volume & surface area. So this energy/matter/information consumed by black holes & lost as hawking radiation is what we're discussing in this video(if I'm right). The question is that how are we considering this matter/information as recoverable if it's no longer the known matter but an unknown dense substance that only exists in 2 forms either as black hole or hawking radiation
I will never get over the fact that we named the most powerful cosmic entity a "Black Hole." It's like calling the greatest piece of art ever made a "Pretty Drawing."
@Jyotsha Kumar most comments are literally an embodiment of “guys look how funny and quirky i am, im smort” those are ezz like grab so yea. There are comments that are actually funny tho
@Madara uchia without h well if you name it, it become your responsibility 🤨
@Striker Bowls ...maybe
@Navy nTune8 don't speak with me unless spoken peasont.
Me failing every answer on the exam: "I still have the right answer, its just that the atoms are rearranged differently"
If you rearrange the chaos of things in your room then your GF makes it chaotic in different way. 😂
“The original information was distorted and lost, give me a few seconds to recover it” *proceeds to copy your genius nerd friend
Genius I mean
Teacher! The student next to me is copying my atoms!
“Information is indestructible” Me forgetting to save my game: …
nothing happened, no information
@WinterNox How can you recall?
I love black holes, they're terrifying, but I can't stop learning more about them. They're so fascinating to me.
The shouldn’t exist yet they do and break nearly every single law of the universe
@Samuel Nixone Beeg? Big. And basically, yes.
@Black Hole if Black holes suck in Light so we cant see it does that mean the black hole is just a beeg star that got too beeg and it sucks in light so we cant see sphere of debris and material?
@Jodi Purdy You're not alone there.
What if the Big Bang was just an unimaginably large black hole left over from a previous physics defying universe that lost all of its mass incredibly fast?
Space is being dragged into blackholes faster than the speed of light, which means space inside of a blackhole must increase faster than the speed of light, we don't see it from outside, only from the inside. You know what else "expands" faster than the speed of light? Our universe. Sounds like our universe is the inside of a black hole. And everything that ever fell into it is perceived as having popped into existence at the same time.
@perfectly normal looking black hole nobody even knows for sure if there are parallel universes so nobody can say if every universe has its own laws of physics
Or a fat neutron star roughly 2 light years wide
@Marlon Solis people also think that about strings, and that they’re just really really really tiny universes
God made the universe
Flat earthers: The earth is flat Kurzegasgt: reality is flat
@Lord Odysseus it looks like Wobuffet.
Also somehow everyone in the replies also got it wrong lmao
Watching people try to write German words is always a joy
Interesting. I think there's one more place where we could find information of an object that fell in a black hole: the position of the black hole itself. Even if a fist-sized rock falls into a black hile, gravity dictates it would pull the black hole towards it. There's another proof for the existence of the rock. Just because we're unable to detect it, it's still information that's there
well now we got photos of them so no need to worry if they are real or not
Isn't it basically 'an Information Diamond', or am I missing something?
"whys the universe expanding?" "Because some dude keeps throwing shit into the event horizon!"
@Gigachad 🏳️🌈⃠ says the one abusing Unicode to be homophobic
Damn them virtual particles making our universal fabric larger!
@Xiano some dude throwing dark matter and dark energy
@Kira Kira What I know: Dark matter is the observation that the universe appears to have more mass than it should. If there's extra mass somewhere we can't see, we say it's from "dark matter." Dark energy is the observation that the universe is expanding faster and faster, instead of slowing down due to gravity. We call this invisible force which enables the expansion "dark energy."
i could never understand the hologram universe, but this is the best explanation that i've ever heard/seen. it's basically like playing a 3D game. the information creates a three dimensional world, but the information is displayed in 2D on a monitor.
So basically the death of all stars might result in quite a many smaller universes. The fact that we know the great things that rip through all and can't do anything about it is horribly terrifying
What if our universe is the result of the death of the previous universe?
When they got to the part about us possibly being in black hole but not knowing really got me. This life really could be a simulation of beings pulled into a black hole who knows how long ago. Imagine reliving existence over and over not knowing you technically died centuries ago but because information is kept so well it just keeps replaying it without you knowing. Time is nothing and reality is broken...
I think there is a very important difference between accessible and inaccessible information and I agree with the 2nd theory. I would see information as something more fundamental and beyond the physical universe in that it may not require matter or energy to exist (though it would need them to be accessible to us). This can spark some discussion about the soul and some supernatural topics, but I would say it only makes our universe more interesting if they can be proof scientifically. *I am about second year college student in physics and by no means knowledgeable in quantum mechanics.
These people have spent so much time researching you have to have respect for them keep up the work
This is my favorite Kurzgesagt video ever. The only time someone compared the most disruptive and mysterious enitities in the known universe with a clown car, and it makes perfect sense. You guys are amazing
I go into these videos wanting to learn stuff, then not understanding it, then understanding it, then completely forgetting it.
Suprisingly i remember almost everything I read when it comes to Science probably because I study it a lot and my memory is quite good especially when I truly understand something i never forget it
@Joshua Graham that's a bad joke no one understand it
@Russell Westbrook yelling at women and children your fucking name dawg 😂
Amazing video. Thanks for it! Of course the ideas about a universe being inside a black hole, and that our own universe itself may be exactly like that (being a black hole inside another universe - recursion concept) are not really new, but this hologram version of that idea is fascinating. Also really interesting is the role of Hawking radiation here, as it might play the role of the "dark energy" & "Big Rip" for the universe inside the black hole. And so our universe could eventually end up in another higher level universe like that. But when I started watching the video, I had a few notes: 0:13 "They might delete the universe itself" How actually? Black holes still have very important properties: mass, spin, electromagnetic field. I mean: if anything still exists, or actually the matter/energy of the universe with these 3 properties, there's still a universe. Alright, space is gone, information is gone, that point is clear. But the universe is not really. For me, to really "delete" the universe means completely taking it away, and not certain properties of it. 0:35 "At their center, gravity is almost infinately strong" ALMOST? Please explain that.
as a new viewer, its interesting to go back and see how much their videos have improved
And here I was, thinking that the only difference between a neuron star and a black hole is that the former's gravity isn't strong enough to trap light, and so it remains visible.
Being an information engineer, I have a simple theory about how information is saved when an object falls into a black hole, but this is clearly not the theatre in which to discuss it.
I love how they go from "The universe will be deleted" to "Let's put some socks, into baskets, into a room, and let's see what happens!"
@Tony Hakston I curse the reply to the reply
500 is the capacity reply of a comment, let's add more comments and let's see if this is a black hole 🧐
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You have to squeeze the socket and then it will transform into a black hole
I am not a boy I am a man
I started by looking at how nuclear fission works because of a project I was planning and now I’m addicted to this channel, no matter the subject.
Imagine having this guy as your science teacher…
“You might be a hologram stretched on a black hole at the end of time.” Is mind-bogglingly horrific.
I don't really get how the fact that all the information that encodes for a 3D oject being able to be stored on a flat surface is that much of a big deal. It's always been possible to store inforamtion of more complex objects on flat surfaces, or even no surfaces at all if we talk about computer code. 2D images can be encoded by binary digits on a hard drive, if you draw a 3D cube from enough angles on a sheet of paper, you've "encoded" all the information needed to build the cube on a 2D surface. What exactly is it that makes black holes being able to store inforamtion like this so revolutionary? I would love to read some of the science behind this if you can link it, anyone who might know more about this feel free to reply. I know this is an old video but somehow I missed it
Sometimes I feel like the observable universe might be a black hole too, and we're already in a black hole, living our normal lives. 🤔
Big ups to Hawking for curing part of my existential crisis by confirming black holes wont delete the whole universe.
En otras palabras *La matrix es real podriamos estar en una simulacion sin saber lo que hay afuera en realidad XD*
If we all are the same thing(atom) with different information, then can we make something that we have never seen, feel, smell or imagine by just rearranging the information of the atoms?
Black hole after absorbing information: felt cute, might delete later
@Jo Da alien language encoder + arabic
@Ny'ygth'aal - Sothoth Wait did you use arabic writing in conjunction with the cursed text generator?
@Ny'ygth'aal - Sothoth funni
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미친..우주에 대해서 찾아보고 블랙홀에 대한 다큐를 보고서 이 영상을 바로 다시 보니 더더욱 놀랍게 다가온다..근간자체가 바뀔지 모르고 아직도 핵심을 전혀 모른다는것..그리고 정보역설은 생각보다 너무나 중요한 문제라는것.. 호킹을 위시한 동료학자들도 치열하게 고민한 문제고 그들이 주장하는 바가 있고 또 다른학자들도 여러 의견을 제시하고있지만 다들 하나의 의견정도로 기록되고 있는 상황으로 여전히 해결되지 못하고 난제로 남아있는 매우 거대한 문제... 즉 정보 역설은 아직 미해결 상태라는것
If energy is given off as a black hole decays and we know that black holes seem to contain more mass than they should, why can't a black hole store matter as pure energy? All physical matter is just condensed energy anyway. Could a black hole be essentially destroying entropy and storing everything as a homogenous mass of pure energy potential? If so, they could be the key to preventing the eventual heat-death of the universe by soft-resetting the things inside it.
What if everything in our current universe used to exist in an alternate universe but got swallowed by a supermassive black hole? What if our entire known universe got spewed out into this universe through a white hole that existed on the other side of that black hole in the alternate universe? What if what we are calling the Big Bang is instead a white hole, and it is so large that it is still exerting a force on our whole universe, and that is the reason why the universe is expanding and accelerating? Now that is an interesting thought. At least, I think it is haha.
So, according to the third solution of the information paradox, if we can somehow make a machine, that can get information out of the event horizon by absorbing and translating the energy that the black hole sends out, we can understand and see the "evolution" of the universe?!
I have to watch this video for maybe like 15 more times to fully absorb the information. It was really interesting. Thanks for making this video.
Black hole looks like eyes
carcinogen No not like a black hole because Homo Sapien doesn't destroy it nor stores it in a pocket universe nor turns it into some sort of hologram.
Homo Sapien eeea
Yay, we reached the ultimate theory for everything in the universe again! Everything repeats itself in every scale I hate how I feel whenever I think the final answer to everything might just be infinity itself
I think black holes are really amazing. The existence itself is interesting, but seeing this information paradox, I can't help but wonder. I admire Stephen Hawking, who studied related research, Hawking radiation.
It is amazing how many lessons from Physics are also psychoanalytic theories about human personality. Malignant narcissists for example are human beings who have imploded (like bursting from inside) due to humongous space-time abnormal curvature when they were growing up in abusive homes.
This was the best explanation of the holographic principle that I’ve ever seen.
The scariest part of this whole idea is the thought of an infinite number of information clowns.
The quick thesis statement of an explanation of the holographic universe principle is a true gem. Bravo.
This is the best and easiest way describing and therefore understanding the Information Paradox as far as I am concerned. Thank you, Kurzgesagt. Es ist gutgesagt.
What if blackholes are universes??? Also your videos have really taught me alot
I just had this whole existential experience while listening to this and then had the surreal feeling when i went back outside. Its like i just heard the most incredible fantasy story but its real and its our world and then i came back to reality. Reality being the normal mundane world but i have to remember that veiled beyond the regular world of routine and simplicity is this complex world that we barely take up space in and we barely understand and yet what we do understand is incredible.
Ah yea kerzgesagt videos in a nutshell
Uses some commas, bro.
HEHE just imagine your penny getting converted in a blackhole
snap back to reality
The editing skills of his editor is just delicious🔥🔥
If light enters the black hole and light makes up a hologram, then how would it store the light as a hologram if light makes up all the holograms ever created? And how will it be able to remember it if light is constantly entering the hole then why doesn't it constantly grow bigger?
This could explain the multiverse. Just black holes packed with information that makes our universe and so on and so on.
So I have a layman theory. If black holes are extremely dense pockets of matter, would they break if too much matter was absorbed? If the Big Bang came from a singularity, was this singularity a black hole so large and old it predates our universe to an incomprehensible degree? Gravity may be a constant force but so is polarity in protons/neutrons. The degree of matter required to reach this point would likely be far more than the entire Milky Way galaxy itself. I also believe there is a good chance that once a black hole reaches a certain density or age, it simply explodes with an unimaginable cosmic bang. No proof of this, but I find it rather comforting to believe the universe constantly reproduces itself rather than succumbing to heat death.
There's something along the lines about what you said. It is thought that laws of physics just kind of fall apart at the very center of the singularity due to the fuckery that is "an infinitely dense point". But nah, they don't explode, as far we know, there's no limit to how much mass they can absorb, given that there are in fact some known black holes that are several galaxies worth of matter.
eğer biz karadelikte olduğumuzu anlamıyorsak ve evren sürekli büyüyorsa biz şu anda bir karadelikte olabiliriz ve evrenin büyümesine yol açan tanımlayamadığımız karanlık enerjide aslında karadeliğin yuttuğu şeylerden aldığı enerji olabilir ayrıca evrenin büyümesi git gide hızlanıyorsa bu da karadeliğin yüzey alanının artması ve böylelikle daha çok maddeyi aynı anda yutmasına ve bu döngüyle sürekli olarak artmasına sebep oluyor olabilir
"At their center gravity is almost infinitely strong." Apparently they didn't understand the concept of infinity: There is no such thing as "almost infinite" - if something isn't infinite, it's always finite and therefore _infinitely_ far away from infinity.
I view black holes as a sort of neutron star that is dense enough for the gravity to keeps its own light from shining. It makes sense to me, I don't know about anyone else
Me: Dog ate my homework Teacher: "It isnt lost, its just hard to read"
@Marwan Tamer lmao
This comment is deserving of how many it likes it has.
I live that lol
“Information can never be destroyed” sounds like a philosophical statement.
What about antimatter? Which isn’t affected by gravity so it is left after the end of the universe/time right? I’ve recently theorized that because of the logic of “one cannot have a single thing without its opposite”, that the remaining antimatter would potentially birth matter, in order to survive itself, which would put us in a great time loop. Haven’t spoken with anyone about this yet so really curious what people think
If black holes destroy information, does that mean the universe isn't in a deterministic state (i.e. if you could track every atom in the universe, could you perfectly predict the future)?
if the holographic hypothesis turned ot to be true, we'd know how to build the ultimate hard drive, but also that there could never be a better one
'Like a clown car filled with an infinite amount of information clowns'. Thats... an odd way to describe it. An amazing video, as always. Your style really works with my brain.
thats called twitter
So what you're saying is... black holes are Tumblr?
Because black holes weren't scary enough
This channel has some of the most brilliant artwork I've ever seen.
"they might delete the universe itself" editor: cues sweet happy intro music
I just had a breakthrough, what if the universe is a black hole and when the universe started it was a black hole forming, the reason it grew so quickly was because when it was born it had so much matter around it that it could absorb all of it and grow bigger, all the matter in the universe once existed outside of the universe, and the universe growing works exactly the same as how a black hole grows
we could probably predict future if we could track every bit of information in our universe.
moral of the story: never push an extra sock into a stacked up laundry...you may end up creating a black hole
@Poophair ummmm ok
Elgene David that’s easy 0 divided by 0 is ŹĘrrœoooOOoOoÁŚŹERRORËRRŒR
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@Elgene David *-*
Still a little confused. If you have Hydrogen and Oxygen atoms, and they used to be (but weren't necessarily) water, what information would there be to know if it was water or not?
But there isn't a surface at the event horizon. Its just where light no longer escapes. I suppose you could argue there are photons stuck at the boundary where they are perfectly balanced in velocity vs gravity, but as soon as the black hole eats a little more energy or matter (as it is constantly doing), the event horizon gets a bit bigger, and all those photons that were in equilibrium are now pulled inward forever - their information is lost. Or, if it is a starving black hole, the event horizon shrinks and the photon escapes. The information is still lost.
Why does every part of space time have to function with the same rules at the same time? Why can't it be conditional? Similar and different depending on the circumstances?
If black holes are formed by an extreme amount of mass gathering at one point, namely The Singularity, then hypothetically speaking the matter that goes into the black hole could turn into another black hole inside the first black hole once it reaches the singularity, as the singularity is an infinite force of gravity. So if a black hole is made by a large amount of matter condensing into one point, which could be done with an infinite force of gravity, then another black hole could be made within that previous singularity if none of these theories are correct.
1017, the earth is flat. 2017, the universe is flat.
@cyber Mouse 555 Anims Yt dead*
@leerye2227 uh ok?
@Asta Wright One sentence, it was a joke normie
@Adam Spears it's a joke
What a way to gain knowledge and experience existential crisis at the same time... 😬😬 I love your videos.
i hope one day we have footage of a black hole eating a planet, that would be pretty sick
So youre telling me that all the information in the Library of Alexandria was never lost, but are just ashes/atoms spread around and can be reassembled at some point? Man if only we had the knowledge and books to jump start us into that point.
Dude needs to make a movie with this art, every video is so colorful 🔥
Your videos do an excellent job of explaining highly difficult and specialized principles to the average person. I learn so much better by example and your videos make things a lot more clear thank you thank you.
Christian Martinez same man school sucks, they didn't taught us anything nor they motivated us for studying. They just shoved every bookish stuff to our skulls without giving two shit about the knowledge needed for understanding all the topics from the book.
I wish my uni professors would take some notes, instead of 'HERS THE MATHS WORK IT OUT FOR YASELF'
Angel F. They need to have this team start teaching our children for school. School didn't teach me anything.
Maybe the reason why the universe is expanding is because all of the information of the universe needs a place to be stored. That is if information is stored on the surface of the universe.
This is going to be so interesting to watch and I love this mans content so much
Imagine, black holes will replace our universe with a new one called the “parallel universe”.
Hopefully one day a person from a more advanced universe just pops into our solar system and tells us everything. It’s our best bet
"They might delete the universe itself." *Cue the happy intro music*
The only comment here bruh
@Ultimate Gamer I’mma feed off of it
Its like vsauce lol
@Ultimate Gamer this is true
This is an interesting idea. If a camera was sent into a black hole and it was live on screens, then we’d see a small amount of what it would look like inside. But since they aren’t anywhere near Earth, that idea won’t come around any time soon.
Radio waves also cannot exit the blackhole. the stream would go silent.
I always thought that once a black hole loses enough mass after an uncountable amount of time, there'd be an explosion. Like all that light and energy it absorbed goes cascading out. After all, once it loses enough mass, wouldn't it not have enough gravity to contain all of that?
when losing mass, the black hole shrinks such that the gravitational force at the edge is always the same. it doesnt become less dense. so there wouldnt be an explosion in the way you imagine it. on the other hand, hawking radiation becomes more energetic the smaller the black hole. in that sense, we'd the black hole to go out with quite the bang, although it would be a burst of gamma radiation rather than an actual explosion.
Could hawking radiation be described as an explosion if you calculate it with time dilation?
Hawking radiation that gets faster until it's depleted sounds similar to own own heat death of our own universe. Are we in a black hole? If so, doesn't that mean black holes form inside of black holes ad infinitum
What people think happens when you fall into a black hole: you die What actually happens: you teleport behind your daughters book shelf then get shot out of Saturn
@E. Enkhtuvshin It is
"Explain Interstellar badly"
dont forget the 4d stuff
That’s from a movie, right?
You can't prove that wrong.
So in other words it is possible that our universe is an impossibly massive black hole, and by that logic our universe could be A. Not the only one, or B. Absorbing energy and mass from an outside source, and is expanding that way, or even C. Both
Question : does anything that collapses into it self by great gravity force becomes a black hole? anything with matter, perhaps a banana.?
if the black hole gets information by absorbing mass woudent the information just stay with the mass in the singularity then eventually leave along with the associated mass via Hawking radiation?
So if it's size increase when some information grows into it then is the decrease in it's mass due to Hawkins radiation also reduced
I love how hes talking so normally while talking about death of the universe and all life
@Nu Liform ohh Realy...seema like another genius Einstein My logics* to you is why dont u apply for some revolution type new logic* discoverer...seems like u can do a great to humanity Go ahead...and prove ur logics.... science will not hesitate to accept urs and to say that u are more* logical Wait...IFF u are!
@Question Mark 👍nice They don't have anything to do(logical) and nor they bother to "think"...no connection to logics by far
In the greater picture death dosen't matter.
@Nu Liform If you are not on Dmt you are definetly crazy and not everyone is sitting in place thinking everyone is below you like you They actually try to do something and look! The phone in your hands that you used to type this shit is made by that silly math of ours! Also would you like you like to elobrate how time proven that universe is will go on and on?
Imagine if black holes are just bugs in the system that deletes anything that touches it
Information may be deleted but would that matter? If new elements and new laws of physics that governs the next universe. Or the one next door. That sounds exciting to me. I often think of the universe, as any other living thing it requires certain processes to keep itself running and black holes being a part of this. This may sound elementary in thought, I don't mind what others think. I like the idea of everything being intrinsically balanced, rather than a chaotic mess. It's just too big to truly measure, view or understand the big picture.
love how he says they could delete the universe then proceeds to a happy and positive sounding intro
If the third theory is true, and the black hole is just a huge hard drive. I wonder if humanity some million years in the future could use a black hole to store data.
Black hole: “Felt like keeping this information, might delete it later”
Patrick Sarama nice
Your comment fits your profile picture.
My mind when trying to memorize passwords
What if black holes are a type 5 civilizations way of harvesting our universes energy..
Couldn’t you in theory escape a black hole if you emitted a force greater than the gravity pulling on you? If not do we assume that no force is greater than a black hole’s gravity? And would this theory be based on the fact that since if light cannot escape it, nothing can?
Great, now they're cramming MULTIPLE existential crises into each video!
Meanwhile IT developer: I destroyed all data from production repository. Information Paradox: it's not destroyed. It's just hard to read. 😂
As much I like these videos about the mysteries of the universe, as much I feel depressed. The amount of unknowns is overwhelmingly huge. It reminds me that we are still living in the stone age (in term of universe knowledge scale) despite the illusion that we are now the masters of science. But probably we haven't cracked even 1% of the universe code.
Actually, BolusTube, even if what we know is only 1% of what we could know, it can be argued that the amount we do know is the gist of it. So the vast majority of the things we can know about it which we don't know would be finer details. It's rather like knowing enough about a car in order to drive it, but not knowing much more than that. I prefer to think of it as living in the medieval age of universe knowledge.
more like 0.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001%
fail media: all the knowledge available via our internet would take lifetimes to assimilate anyway, so being upset that humanity "hasn't already solved all possible mysteries of the known and unobserved multiverse" is proportionately silly.
One step forward, two steps back. Every new discovery opens up a Pandora's box of questions without clear answers.
BolusTube I feel the same
This paradox exists because when you enter black holes they form new spacetimes and logic fields which violate our understanding of the essence of logic which information is a derivative of.
A black hole pulling things faster than light. And if you went as fast as the speed of light, time would stop, So if you just entered the black hole, you would technically just teleport while being crushed
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