The Universe: Dangers of the Multiverse *3 Hour Marathon*


  • @RubyBoby-ne4qw on May 19, 2024

    History is deceptive, if human behavior demonstrated that they could make clothing 7,800 years ago, then these civilizations would have explored the same structural buildings, such as astronomy.
    Those astrology experimentations are simulations

  • @user-xr2ht4sj4e on May 20, 2024

    Has anyone figured out where all the carbon dioxide that animals and humans exhale into the oxygenated atmosphere goes? Mars is mostly made of a carbon dioxide "atmosphere", right? What does that mean…if anything?! I'm not even sure if I constructed that question correctly. I was taught that carbon dioxide is poisonous for humans.Could we one day poison ourselves….kind of like the fog trapped Corbin dioxide in London ,I think, that's where it happened? Could that happen eventually as we populate?

  • @jameserickson3473 on May 20, 2024

    Lack of gravity lack of muscle and bone mass

  • @michaelwilliams3138 on May 21, 2024

    My favorite parallel universe is the one that Iโ€™m a hunky nascar driver in who wins all the time.

  • @MichaelDefoe-yr6hi on May 21, 2024

    As difficult as it might be to accept, we can, and have been, "traversing" black holes, from our current universe to any past, present, and future multiverse(s). But as is common knowledge, nothing can "make the trip". Not humans, nanobots, spacecrafts, not even light. What isn't being considered, nor factored, is that upon absolute death, our life force returns to its original, subatomic particle state of existence, which in fact, is absolutely faster than light. Just like two entangled particles, no matter the distance, its start to finish line is instantaneous. As a human progressively transcends in its enlightenment, the need to have its recollection of previous existences erased becomes less of safety feature, and "The theory of everything" will be more of a second nature, as opposed to cutting edge science.

  • @gadeshtmounigama8479 on May 22, 2024

    Scientists like coming up with things they convince people to invest in research that go no where. This idea is another case of "the Emporers New Clothes."

  • @Billyjack-Two-Crows on May 22, 2024

    How can you load a DNA strand into a nano particle? A single DNA strand would be millions if not billions the size of a nano particle.

  • @andrewmeigs7458 on May 22, 2024

    Spent more time talking about David Bowie than the founding of Londonium. Thanks, AI weirdos.

  • @rwshaw1234 on May 22, 2024

    Pointless and undisciplined speculation. We will NEVER know definitive answers to ANY of this… so it's so much click bait without clicks.

  • @LeaunaEmotionalsportessa on May 24, 2024

    Dinosaurs most likely never existed…

  • @ColumbusFlowers-rs4kw on May 24, 2024

    Now you know that sounds bubblicious to me
    …… LoL

    Easy breezy


  • @ColumbusFlowers-rs4kw on May 24, 2024

    I wonder why I like bubblegum so much!

  • @camarossdriver on May 24, 2024

    In one universe,Jeffrey Dahmer is a vegan.

  • @tazkrebbeks3391 on May 25, 2024

    They are all wrong.
    I'll tell you why.
    We all live in a yellow submarine.

  • @JLynnBkNy on May 25, 2024

    1 Co 15:51-52 we shall all be changed (charged) Electro Magnetic Thermal Dynamics 2 Pr 3:10
    Cern LHC Shiva

  • @sun77711 on May 26, 2024

    The only threat to humankind is the arrogant nature of these scientists wanting to play God.
    Just live your best life focusing on loving life and others and everything and everywhere will be a reflection of your positive action. Cause and effect; Time is a river.๐Ÿ™

  • @eyespistudios123 on May 30, 2024

    or we could all just be on a speck, and we won't know until an elephant hears us and lets us know that our entire existence is nothing more than just being s on a speck

  • @WeebleFox on June 1, 2024

    12:20 a.m. I just got into bed from my 11-hour shift, goodnight fellas.

  • @johnunderwood9032 on June 2, 2024

    What year was this made?

  • @mychal5283 on June 3, 2024

    Well done!

  • @user-ph8ws8vv5k on June 3, 2024

    I am halfway and I just got an idea use a spacesuit and a F`22 raptor and you can travel twice as fast and collect space rocks and buy 2 F~22 raptor and you and your friends go and Collect space rocks for fun and you'll become a trillion year

  • @raygonzales1607 on June 4, 2024

    oh this is a good one

  • @NONANTI on June 4, 2024

    2:18:55 don't think they know what docking means.

  • @paulmayes76 on June 4, 2024

    Plus I'm assuming not every paralle universe has a planet Earth saying like every galaxy got the same planet there's not there's going to be like 90% to 99.9of it probably won't even have an earth like planet whatsoevand but that's what I believe they're telling us and I don't believe it to be true it's too cold to know I don't believe it too dark we were an accident and I don't believe we were supposed to be in any universe parallel or this that's all we were was an accident so we're going to not find anything else because nowhere else had that same accident as this planet did we started from nothing a microscopic thing and yet here we are there's nobody else going to be like us there's nobody else going to be in the universe I would just stop everything is just a free floating bunch of Boulder we can't even see oh yeah and and the radiation there wouldn't be another person on any other planet in any universe because we're the only ones with this atmosphere we got lucky enough to get brain thinking motor skills all that stuff because nowhere else has anything it's too cold it's too hot it's too radiation come on there's nothing we just got lucky but were microscopic and we are not smart enough and we have no technology that's bigger than a Galaxy the human race will die out before anything is answered

  • @user-jm9mu8eh3s on June 5, 2024

    There's no way I'm stuck in stupid zone..

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  • @Gowithdeath on June 5, 2024

    Lmao nasa plans to return to the moon by 2020 ๐Ÿคฃ ๐Ÿคฃ

  • @EBarnes-lx3qp on June 6, 2024

    Need better instructions to fix this episode

  • @gratefullthirdeye on June 7, 2024

    Is the 1st narrator a bootleg? Lol

  • @pearmainstudios3942 on June 8, 2024

    Guns in space is so cool

  • @GunstagrizlyPitofino on June 8, 2024

    Yes that's why I have weird memories about other defense place real deferent than this shiety life

  • @aethermusicgroupllc4029 on June 8, 2024

    Traveling through to other universes would depend on functional laws of that universe. All fundamental laws would have to comply with our own or we'd have to have some mechanism that allowed us to adjust.

  • @tylerjacobs5109 on June 9, 2024

    I donโ€™t think you can have fault lines on the moon or mars without tectonic plates.

  • @JavierBonillaC on June 9, 2024

    As if it wasn't enough with global warming, now I have to feel anguish about the end of the universe, And our possibilities of going through wormhole to a new one….

  • @janiebarber5772 on June 9, 2024

    Too interesting to fall asleep!

  • @janiebarber5772 on June 9, 2024

    So if we die in one universe do we die in all of them?