The Most Dangerous Stuff in the Universe - Strange Stars Explained

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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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    • Now the only science that you're missing is ascension sciences

    • Alert meme detected

    • Can a neutron star become a black hole ?

    • Kurzgesagt - In a Nutshell Japanese sub pls😭

  • I don't know if this true or not, but I always thought that when a star explodes, it would help continue expanding the universe. So I always thought the universe would continue expanding for a long time as long as stars explode. This made me to also believe that it is very possible for the universe to be way larger than what we initially believe considering it would expand from ripples. Much like how when you throw a stone a ripple continues on for a while. So a star exploding would expand the universe multiple times. That was always my thought. I don't know if that is true though. Haha

  • The flood from Halo

  • Death Battle: "Unless you're SUPERMAN!"

  • Holy Guacamole. Another thing to worry about today.

  • Ok, I'm honestly not convinced that this would happen. What's stopping the quarks from decaying once they're free?

  • Basically zombie virus but alot more worse and cna infect planets too

  • Was that a launch arcology at 7:06?

  • That's okay I didn't really need to sleep tonight

  • Matter: *just sitting there* Strange Matter: *its free real estate*

  • Quacks 101

  • ....that is utterly bizarre, and I am not understanding how Strange matter assimilates all other matter.

  • Why'd this show up in my youtube music mix?

  • Couple thousand years ago motherfuckers where impressed by fire and whose stick was pointier.

  • Almost a 9 million subs

  • intergalactic std

  • Strange Matter converts earth into Strange Matter. Some bird: Learning new stuff on brilliant

  • Question- If our brains evolved to understand language and it's concept, then could we evolve to understand or imagine how space growing would look like? Would we be able to create an image in our minds of what came before the big bang?

  • While we are all happy to see Kurz back on track with cool physics explained in layman's terms, we do need to take a moment and appreciate Steve Taylor, the amazing narrator. Mr. Taylor, you are doing us all a great service, thank you!

  • The art style made me bust a nut

  • This is true?

  • best channel that ever existed and will exist

  • This video is absolutely beautiful.

  • Scientists: how should we name them? Another scientist: just put strange in the beginning

  • Human existence doesnt make any fucking sense by occidental logic, so how tf did we come up with the idea of reasoning and logic? Is it natural, is it not? We are such limited beings bro wtf

  • Can you explain what would happen with the other 3 varieties of quarks? Or would the same reactions occur?

  • How can Earth freeze to death if Earth is converted to Strange Matter?

  • If strange matter could convert any other matter into itself, wouldn't it convert completely the neutron star that contains it first? And we should have found many strange stars already, considering strangelets could convert many other stars as well.

  • So why can't we just follow the splatter of nutron star collisions so see if there is any statistical increase in nutron stars there?

  • Hey can you do a video on article 13

  • The more i know about our universe, the more dangerous it looks like.. Awesome!

  • Can we have a schrödinger's cat episode ?

  • Strange matter, dark matter, dark energy, black holes... When will we understand them all?

  • Before watching the video, I thought that it being called Strange Matter had to do with quarks (Strange and Charm quarks, to be precise) Im only 2 minutes in, so I'm just gonna.. uhh.. keep watching.

  • feeling kinda strange might infect the earth later idk

  • 4:29 did they just die?

  • When you said that it takes you 1200 hours to make a video. I did the math and if you work without sleeping it would take you 50 days. But with sleep it would take you 100 days if you work 12 hours a day. So I think you lied. No offense.

  • Strange quarks sound like the subatomic equivalent of prions.

  • cool another science lesson

  • 4:06 Perfectly stable, as all things should be

  • If strange matter can destroy stars why can't it destroy netron star ?

  • “We live on a placid island of ignorance in the midst of black seas of infinity, and it was not meant that we should voyage far.” H. P. Lovecraft, The Call of Cthulhu

  • earth: *exists* stranglet: IMA 'BOUT TO SHRINK YOU LIKE WAY SMALLER THAN THE MOON

  • is it really green?

  • if there are so many strangelets why are there not many many suns and planets and asteroids that have been converted to strange matter?

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  • I would like to detonate a 100,000 bombs in the neutron star Also /You can kill the universe in seconds ...

  • One does not simply watch a kurzgesagt video just once. It requires at least two full passes: one to take in the wealth of new knowledge, and one to take in the absolutely adorable animations. Personally, I recommend spending two passes for each of the two.

  • Even tho it’s not true it’s hilarious

  • These videos just make me scared

  • this whole video went into its own contradictory when you said about big bang... its still a theory... otherwise we wouldnt need to find out the origin of universe.... all of this is just contradictory stuff... :/

  • Have you ever done a video on white holes?

  • this type of animation is what we need

  • great video.

  • YAX

  • I strange matter insists inside a neutron star shouldn't it convert the rest of the star into strange matter?

  • Haven't had an existential crises in a bit? Boy does Kurzgesagt have a fix for that!

  • 5:26 Who feels bad for the earth? Just me? Ok

  • guess im a bottom quirk

  • I guess if that happens, we'd feel like strangers in a strange land. Well, no, we'd be dead. But, still.

  • Thanos: kills half of universe Strange Matter: HOLD ME BEER

  • Dobut is that starnge matter Does it have information

  • StRaNgE bEaN

  • Also known as.... Chemistry

  • Everyone: Strange matter: rick and Morty is real

  • Oh yeah lets go get us some of that strange matter and weaponize it!!! Then we can FEAR Monger all our enemies. Until they get themselves some then we can M.A.D. any aliens out there. Scientists are psychotic these days.

  • This is scary

  • sTRANGE MATTER IS LIKE THE THING!

  • Does strange matter contain charm quarks?

  • Or what if Strange Matter has properties of exotic matter, hooray for the warp drive!

  • Is it strange matter or zombie matter

  • i love kurzgesagt

  • Zombies. Space zombie particles... I don't understand anything anymore.

  • okay, i watched this due to a healthy scientific curiosity, and now i know that curiosity is a stranglet that will kill the cat that found it and everything else on this planet. that's great; because i didn't already have enough things to be worried and paranoid about already.

  • considering all the things in the universe that could kill us, how the hell are we alive ....

  • *NUKULAR*

  • *Thanos has left the chat*

  • Stuff like this make me wish I had stuck with theoretical physics and not gone into engineering. This is Super Hero/Villain universe level stuff happening!

  • But strange quarks decay fast right??

  • What a lovely guessing game. Lol

  • Cosmic cancer

  • Why your voice sound like you try-hard narrator from blue-planet

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  • Damn, universe, u scary!

  • Space video have been popin lately. Whats going on....

  • sounds like Evangelion

  • I rember video about wormholes You did say that if we want to create a wormholes we need exotic matter, maybe strange matter is that thing, if strange matter is created because of won fight with gravity it may keep wormholes open.

  • wow. WE LIVE IN A DANGEROUS UNIVERSE!

  • We want an Arabia substitute please

  • Seems the science is really confused right now and having all the answers for something that not certainly exists and not having them for stuff that actually exists.

  • Strange matter... it's come to bargain.

  • what the freak man I clicked on a song with the my mix +50 thing so why is this in with the songs ????

  • Legends say the Incredible Hulk is made of strange matter.

  • Still waiting for a video "What is a Force"

  • Hey kurzgesagt please make a video about 4 th dimention there is not a perfect video on this topic and I think no one did understand it so please make a video about 4th dimention...

  • 5:53 division by zero detected. You say strangelets can cause the sun to become a strange star and earth would freeze to death. Before I can agree that this is possible, I'll have to ask you quite calmly to explain what happens to the energy released from the original 2 stars colliding? You claimed in this video it would spew out in all directions. If that is true, then the strangelets would inevitably bump into other particles of those two stars and convert the entire explosion into, dare I say it, a strange explosion. My argument is, if this stuff is contagious to matter, we'd see its mass before it entered our solar system. Its mass would be huge, having consumed the majority of the original 2 stars which collided, along with space debris for millions of light years before it every came close to physically touching our sun. so, possible/notpossible? you tell me! i suspect strangelets are transformed under the conditions of the neutron star ONLY, which, after exploding, would no longer be applying its rules, and so these strangelets, as well as every other part of the cores of those stars, will transform again, likely no longer being strangelets. if the state of matter that is a strangelet is as ideal as you propose in this video, the entire universe would never have changed its matter to any other form yet we have countless forms of matter and so that suggests different geographical? areas inside the universe might have different "ideal" forms of matter. and so strangelet existing outside neutron star would then, what? evaporate due to hawking radiation? mutate/transform into a not-strangelet? whatever it used to be, perhaps? space dust or something? probably space dust. saying the only way to get rid of it would be to throw it into a black hole could not possibly be accurate because like i already said it's not already everywhere in the universe as this video suggests.

  • There were probably strange force at some point which get attracted by strange force

  • So..Tiberium ?