The Most Dangerous Stuff in the Universe - Strange Stars Explained

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  • Published on: 14 April 2019
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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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  • Strange Stars Quark Stars Neutron Stars Black Hole Strange Matter Strange Quarks Strangelet Dark Matter Big Bang Universe Space Solarsystem Supernova Star Sun Elektron Proton Neutron Gravity Quark Quarks Atoms Atom Nucleus Gluon Up Quark Down Quark Deconfinement Core Quark Matter Dense Density Galaxy

COMMENTS: 40

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  • Debarka Mukhopadhyay
    Debarka Mukhopadhyay   18 hours ago

    So why doesn't the strange matter turn the nutron star into strange matter from the inside?

  • EnthrallingBass140
    EnthrallingBass140   1 days ago

    At some point some of these theories just feel made up. Love the video though!

  • dittbub
    dittbub   1 days ago

    What if strange matter hit a black hole?

  • dittbub
    dittbub   1 days ago

    Great. Now i'm worried about coronavirus AND strange matter

  • SynthesizeComplete
    SynthesizeComplete   1 days ago

    so ur saying there are 8 types of matter?solidliquidgasplasmadark matterquark matteranti matterand strange matter?

  • Jonniman007
    Jonniman007   1 days ago

    5:49 "and like a tiny virus, we would have no way to see a stranglet coming"this sentence combination with the bird with the Trump haircut saying "didnt see that coming"is a great representation of his handling of Sars-CoV-2 so far

  • ezgi berf
    ezgi berf   1 days ago

    5:56 "like a virus, we could never see a strangelet coming" WELL THIS DIDN'T AGE WELL.

  • Giegs04
    Giegs04   2 days ago

    Love the videos, but the corny animations ruin it

  • Akhil Gundra
    Akhil Gundra   2 days ago

    Y’all should make a video on how fucked the college process is. For ivies and top unis.

  • barclinxox
    barclinxox   2 days ago

    How exactly does strange matter convert other quarks or matter?

  • Jensi Oquendo
    Jensi Oquendo   3 days ago

    Strange Matter: MATTER! I'VE COME TO BARGAIN!

  • Sofía Amulef
    Sofía Amulef   3 days ago

    I remember that when I was child I saw a documental about strange matter or just this thing, It really scared me for a long time and now I see this remembering all again, wow

  • Acharndael
    Acharndael   3 days ago

    i use neutron stars to extract neutronium, great sources, really

  • Thomas Mayer
    Thomas Mayer   3 days ago

    Open 4:10 without headset and see what happens.

  • Vince Ysulat
    Vince Ysulat   3 days ago

    After few billion years that these strangelets never come in contact with us, maybe because there never was any in the first place.The explanation said that strange quark was formed inside the quark star (or the neutron star core) by incredible amount of pressure to neutrons and protons making themselves deconfined resulting in a "bath of quarks", therefore after making contact of these quarks makes the strange quark. All of these with pressure considered.Maybe after these strange quarks breaks out of a neutron star or after two neutron stars collided with each other. Pressure decreases instantly that strange quarks couldn't survive. Maybe that's the reason why we haven't experienced the devastating effect of these matter.

  • P.B Physics
    P.B Physics   3 days ago

    but,if strange matter has existed at the beginning of the universe,then shouldn't everything has changed into it?

  • funnybone Z
    funnybone Z   4 days ago

    This is only a theory, I hope this is not real 😅

  • 91 23
    91 23   4 days ago

    Họ đã tìm hiểu rất gần gũi với hạt tối thượng.

  • nemam
    nemam   4 days ago

    Really cool videos. Except pushing the Brilliant thing so hard, wish there was an adblocker for that.

  • Sebastian Davies
    Sebastian Davies   4 days ago

    If you throw strange matter into a black hole it will not get rid of it,it will turn the black hole into a "strange hole"and make more strange matter.-4:41

  • Little Earthball
    Little Earthball   5 days ago

    Nobody:Literally nobody:Not a single soul:Kurzgesagt: nEuTrOn StArS hAvE sTrAnGe MaTtErS cAlLeD sTrAnGeLeTs!!!

  • Monsieur Pepe
    Monsieur Pepe   5 days ago

    So black holes are basically just the "clear search history" of the universe...not surprisedBut what if it turns into a... Strange hole...

  • Kyle Miller
    Kyle Miller   5 days ago

    What if 2 sranglets hit eachother in space?

  • Pawsitive AndMagical

    neutron stars n white dwarves r the most intriguing things that have made me spent sleepless nights......i love ur videos....

  • WildStar2002
    WildStar2002   5 days ago

    Fantastic presentation! Clear, concise, easy to understand. Loved it and subscribed! Thanks! 😀