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Video: The Most Dangerous Stuff in the Universe - Strange Stars Explained

VIDEO: The Most Dangerous Stuff in the Universe - Strange Stars Explained
04/14/2019 08:28 209.3K 2.5K 5.3M

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Inside neutron stars we can find the weirdest and most dangerous substance in the universe: Strange matter. What is strange matter, how dangerous is it and what can it tell us about the origin of the universe?

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Comments (14,124)
  • Jenny Scott
    Jenny Scott

    Thank you 😊 for your support and your name and the best for your as well as your own personality

  • Pandasss
    Pandasss

    What happens if it toishes a human? Will it turn us to superheroes 😂 ?

  • conmadben
    conmadben

    Thx guys. I needed my monthly does of existencial crysis...

  • Yogg
    Yogg

    Isn't it strange how you say strange matter is how matter should actually be, yet it is us , our matter, we call regular matter, when strange matter is how matter normally is? But that's strange matter, and we're not strange matter, although strange matter is how regular matter should be. Is it a paradox, like the anti matter and matter proportion disparity?

  • Yogg
    Yogg

    That's the best way to destroy anything, just throw it to a black hole and call it a day

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    Dorothy Isidro

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  • Dragnoth Lecoona
    Dragnoth Lecoona

    @Dave Striderwhat is described as strange matter in the video sounds more like a composite L and Mu matter where some of the quarks are charm and strange quarks. Now if the quarks were a sea of quarks as described in the video, they would combine with each other because of the way the strong force works. They would not be seperate from each other. Howerver if charm and strange quarks are formed, it will form a composite matter that if under those pressures would maby be stable Im not completely shure as to what would happen at those pressures. But it would not be what the guy in the video said.

  • Dave Strider
    Dave Strider

    @Dragnoth LecoonaStrange matter can exist inside a neutron star. You have a point of it probably not existing outside of the neutron star.

  • Dragnoth Lecoona
    Dragnoth Lecoona

    This idea of strange matter is bogus and crap. Its completely false. strange quarks and charm quarks make up mu matter which is denser then L matter which is composed of up and down quarks. mu matter decays in our space, or I should say strange quarks and charm quarks decay into up and down quarks. The idea that strange matter would be stable outside of a neutron star if it even exists at all is stupid. And its even stupider to think that it will convert L matter into this stupid strange matter that you made up. It wont and never will. if anything the moment its not under that much pressure from the neutron star it will explode converting into light and L matter. and even if it was stable, if it were to contact L matter, it would pass straight threw it due to the quarks not being bound together and producing a proper magnetic field(you know, the electric repulsion that stops to atoms from being in the same place. Also if it could contact it, it would not destroy it or convert it. The only thing it might do is attract it gravitationaly. And frankly everything you said is stupid and makes no sense.

  • Mom Mom
    Mom Mom

    Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell can you make a video about artificial gravity ???

  • Dave Strider
    Dave Strider

    Do you play Pewdiepie tuber simulator? I been giving subs to a channel with your name.

  • ruwiki
    ruwiki

    before the world kills me I kill myself

  • Luigi Cotocea
    Luigi Cotocea

    That how will throw trash in future convert to trash

  • cgwworldministries
    cgwworldministries

    How ... Biblical. And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter. Revelations 8:11 so that's how it's going to end... How interesting my Bible predicted this before scientists.

  • flat world
    flat world

    The only universe that exists is the firmament of the flat earth and the luminary AKA? star. 🌟 😳💭

  • Random Guy
    Random Guy

    Wouldn't the black hole turn into a strange black hole?

  • Greg Warrener
    Greg Warrener

    wow this guy actually seems inteligent. its to bad he believes in carbon dating. carbon date a man made diamond for me. oh it depends on the environment? yeah so you have no clue. 50 gjillion years ago studies have shown lmao. his fallacy lies in trusting other men's word.

  • SupercraftD
    SupercraftD

    0:50 "but we'll provide you with further reading" judging from the huge piles in the video, no thanks. *After watching the video* Y'know, I think I'll take that reading

  • Geetha Geetha
    Geetha Geetha

    IF YOU UNDERSTAND , DON'T YOOU NEED TO TEACH US!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Randy Vines
    Randy Vines

    Why do I always go away with another worry in my life every time I’m on this channel

  • Crazyface18
    Crazyface18

    Looks like they couldn’t handle the neutron style

  • Michael Bishop
    Michael Bishop

    Observation pretty much disproves all of this bullshit.