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Retired astronaut Chris Hadfield helps debunk (and confirm!) some common myths about space. Is there any sound in space? Does space smell like burnt steak? Is NASA working on warp speed?

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Isaac Tyler
Isaac Tyler 2 anos atrás
I could have a conversation with this man all day and still not get bored.
Fake Pewds
Fake Pewds Mês atrás
@Off Grid Gringo “You think you live on a spinning ball that floats and water is able to stick to it” HAHHAHAHAHA guys look at this one individual I bet you think the ISS is some sorta hologram given that you don't even know what you're talking about
Fake Pewds
Fake Pewds Mês atrás
@Darren S Get some education sweetie
KJay 3 meses atrás
Chris seems like the perfect teacher. Imagine having him for your dad. Patient, calm, caring and most importantly...intelligent.
NarcøleptiK 9 dias atrás
@lua stop talking please
chorton53 29 dias atrás
Hey dad, have you seen any aliens? No son. Next question. lol Rude !!! 🤣
Dee Mês atrás
@Zainal Limpao no one asks or cares. Cry abt it
Zack Attack
Zack Attack Mês atrás
He’s an obvious liar. I’m glad my dad isn’t a famous liar.
guitarman64100 3 meses atrás
Met him when he came to speak at my middle school, he answered all my dumb questions and was so kind. I didn’t appreciate meeting a man of his caliber at the time but I sure do now.
tim s
tim s Mês atrás
You're so lucky.
Greg 2 meses atrás
@don SHEKN get a life
Greg 2 meses atrás
I bet your questions weren't dumb. Did you understand and incorporate the answers? Therefore a good question.
Rahsaun77 3 meses atrás
Why wasn’t this guy my science teacher. I feel like a genius after listening to him.
cake 14 horas atrás
@Kevin Nguyen you're right. In middle school, they showed us tons of videos of Chris Hadfield talking about things like brushing his teeth in space. I, as a 13 year old, was bored outta my mind and couldn't care less. Now, revisiting his videos as a 21 year old is fascinating... he really is a great teacher.
Kevin Nguyen
Kevin Nguyen 8 dias atrás
The experience to back up the knowledge and plus we are all older and willing to learn now. I doubt many would have paid attention to him as a kid, it can seem very boring for the young mind
The Purple-Bear
The Purple-Bear 14 dias atrás
Because he was busy doing space stuff
Kyokriuu 27 dias atrás
it’s cuz he’s explaining by mixing knowledge and actual experience. Something our teachers don’t have.
Beau Zeau
Beau Zeau Mês atrás
Sadly, I think if any of my science teachers were qualified to go to space they wouldn't have been my science teachers :(
Bryce Stover
Bryce Stover Mês atrás
Imagine living with the knowledge this guy has, knowing so much about the world we live in. It must be amazing.
Sami Gülbağ
Sami Gülbağ 8 dias atrás
..and also outside of the world which we don't live in
D Pash
D Pash 2 anos atrás
For someone who's been to space he's really Down to Earth
GameSportGuy 5 meses atrás
IsaacIsMe. 5 meses atrás
Apple 5 meses atrás
Aahh I get it! Very clever.
stormchurrothewise 6 meses atrás
im mad i laughed at that
suede Mês atrás
i wish all of my teachers in college were like him. he explains things so clearly and he keeps it exciting. i wouldn't mind having to sit for 2-3 hours in class listening to him.
G4T0 0606
G4T0 0606 Mês atrás
Have you perhaps tried Kursgesagt
freibier 2 meses atrás
Such a nice, humble and intelligent guy. Always a pleasure listening to him.
Jess Rose
Jess Rose Mês atrás
Fun Fact, ‘Cryosleep’ was actually tested successfully with mice in the 1950s but it was concluded that we wouldn’t be able to replicate fast enough with humans and it would damage our cells as described in the video. It is however how we discovered how to preserve things like blood and organs for transplants :) You can watch a video with the interview about it here:
Avelino Orois Fernández
I love how "comfortingly" he debunked myth number 1 :^D Great personality and delivery, I can see him very successfully hosting a TV program on Science and Space.
Just Some Guy without a Mustache
I don't know why, but his mustache makes me want to trust him with my life.
Jeffrey Joseph
Jeffrey Joseph 2 dias atrás
@just a block of ravioli hey at least you semi tried
just a block of ravioli
would you say the same about some random Austrian who failed art school
Jeffrey Joseph
Jeffrey Joseph 7 dias atrás
Id never trust anyone without a mustache
ROBO 5 horas atrás
he was talking about ageing in space and the speed of light and stuff so technically... if you move fast enough in space, i.e speed of light, time travel would technically be possible if you were moving fast enough? or is it a little bit different?
Nusse Kahuna
Nusse Kahuna 3 meses atrás
This guy is and his helpfulness just goes to show that to get "down to earth", you have to see the "bigger picture".
Driverjoe Longhauler
Driverjoe Longhauler 3 meses atrás
I could listen to the snippet of facts all day. Very interesting and he explains things very well. Thanks. 🍺
Merchant Ivory
Merchant Ivory 2 meses atrás
On the subject of "Lightspeed" I was always under the impression even if we invited it tomorrow and could start traveling, it would take 20-50 years to gear near anything interesting. Point of fact, the closest stars to earth is only 4.2 lightyears away and also have planets with conditions that look promising to our very own earth. So actually we wouldn't need some super duper black hole way of travel, it would be very possible to see other worlds within on life time. Sadly traveling just 1 lightyear at the current speed of our spacecraft the answer is older than human civilization itself at a whopping 37,000 human years just for 1 light year...ouch.
Verakoo Mês atrás
The main problem i see with actually moving at the speed of light in space, is deceleration and stopping.
toriless 2 meses atrás
Yeah, the target is more like 1/10th the speed of light eventually, then half way there and then you also need to decelerate the same amount which is the problems with some methods. I really like the Forever War and Forever Peace series. It does not try to cheat and plays out the consequences of having such limits.
TheActual5000 Anos atrás
This man would actually be a good teacher.
Your Mom
Your Mom 4 meses atrás
@dj traBBiz Ramage plot twist: we live in the matrix and actually we're all just computer programs and nothing is reality (not even us)
Reuben Filsell
Reuben Filsell 5 meses atrás
What do you think he’s doing here ?
Flako v
Flako v 9 meses atrás
Yea for the annual pay no😂 he’s better off astronomy
Jim Lunn
Jim Lunn 11 meses atrás
Is a good teacher
Jason Doulkeridis
Jason Doulkeridis 3 meses atrás
I really appreciate how this was delivered. What an amazing guy.
Kenny DaBossYo
Kenny DaBossYo 3 meses atrás
I could listen to him all day. Great information 👍
Chairman Meow
Chairman Meow 2 meses atrás
The clock analogy was both incredibly simple and mind blowing at the same time
Forestshade 3 meses atrás
People who are full of knowledge are more down to earth and talk neatly without disrespecting others who are not a specialist... Empty vessels makes more noise seems to be true
Donteatacowman 2 anos atrás
He answers these so nicely. Instead of saying "No, that's impossible, those movies are dumb," he shrugs and says "Well, we don't know how to do that yet!"
Dayron Films
Dayron Films Mês atrás
that is because he is an engineer and when you study science you realize that you cannot affirm nor deny a statement unless you have complete proof, he has no proof that it is impossible to do those things, therefore it would be foolish to say something like, " That is impossible" he is a nice person but I dont think he was trying to be nice, he was just being honest, "we dont know yet how to do that" doesnt mean we will never do
Druce Darlington
Druce Darlington 3 meses atrás
He's never been to space. No one has.
Ted Wojtasik
Ted Wojtasik 3 meses atrás
That's because any true scientist knows anything is possible, it's just a matter of discovering the technology.
Chandler Strong
Chandler Strong 3 meses atrás
Not sure why it took me until 2022 to find this man but I have a newfound interest in space now because of how cool this guy is.
Martin Bruun
Martin Bruun 3 meses atrás
Simply a very nice video. I somehow felt very cozy and safe watching him explain these topics!
Dave Jones
Dave Jones Mês atrás
I highly recommend his book "An Astronauts Guide to Life on Earth". It's been a while since I read it, but it was really interesting and is somewhat of a guide of what you need to do to be an astronaut.
Akram Burney
Akram Burney 2 meses atrás
Wow! Great wealth of info that we most of the earthlings could never have known unless someone tells us! 👌
Zuza Gatner
Zuza Gatner 2 anos atrás
This man is like Bob Ross of space. I wish he was my physics teacher!
ajayi ayomide
ajayi ayomide 2 anos atrás
I loved my physics teacher. I just wasn’t very good at it 😂😂
Moopuss Poopuss
Moopuss Poopuss 2 anos atrás
Yo they’re both spouting nonsense.
Max Manwaring
Max Manwaring Mês atrás
My brain can’t handle this I can’t image how long it took him to learn all this
DIY Dame
DIY Dame 3 meses atrás
His videos are always so informative!
Lulie😊💗 9 dias atrás
Why is his voice so calming to me?! He should be on a mindfulness app 😂😂😂🫠🫠
Verysour 2 meses atrás
I love how he explains everything so simple that even I can understand it
Kaitlyn Moorman
Kaitlyn Moorman Anos atrás
I could listen to him talk about space all day.
Tea. 12 dias atrás
@Il tizio che commenta when flat earthers realise they are breathing the atmosphere and not the atmoflat
Jo DaSmurf
Jo DaSmurf 3 meses atrás
@Il tizio che commenta yes obviously
Il tizio che commenta
Il tizio che commenta 3 meses atrás
@Brad Colman perfection
Teds HoldOver
Teds HoldOver 3 meses atrás
The most amazing part of this video is that the thumbnail wasn't clickbait. #stopwastingmyMFtime
Mark Battle
Mark Battle 3 meses atrás
That Einstein explanation about time and the speed of light was amazing!
PunkRatt Mês atrás
He could explain the time thing with Einstein to me like I was 5 and I still don’t think I’d grasp what he was saying
MrArtVendelay 3 meses atrás
Chris Hadfield is such an amazing guy.
JUAN PERAZA Anos atrás
I love how he mentions he’s an astronaut, spaceship commander and space walker while also adding part time musician just in case we needed to really get an idea of how brilliant he is
Susan Stenson
Susan Stenson 2 meses atrás
He's also an author.
Sheilagh Brosky
Sheilagh Brosky 3 meses atrás
He stood first in the class at the USAF for his astronaut training.
Engineering Made Easy
And also a youtuber
Tint World
Tint World 3 meses atrás
Did a great job with details. Appreciated. Salute.
Bepis_Lord Mês atrás
If you do spin the space station to make artificial gravity and ran fast enough in the opposite direction would you experience less gravity and vice versa?
mariazippy 2 meses atrás
He could be a really good professor and I would love to listen to him lecture about this!
You should BRvid astronauts gone wild. Or perhaps a funny thing happened on the way to the moon
Cyril U
Cyril U 3 meses atrás
Today, you gave me a new perspective of relativity ! Thanks a million.
starf berry
starf berry Anos atrás
i never thought about the fact that the sun is constantly *screaming* and we just can’t hear it because of how sound travels. that’s so fascinating
Skychaser the Dragon
@Computer Noober the joke is that it's gonna explode in millions of years. It's very slow in the telling
Mushy Pork
Mushy Pork Mês atrás
Just a looped death metal song with repeating "good morning" lyrics
toriless 2 meses atrás
Well, more like roaring or rumbling since it is combustion but whatever.
Poopy doop
Poopy doop Anos atrás
@Bagel I.. think he just meant sound particles..
Joe Meats
Joe Meats 3 meses atrás
Even if we were able to figure out how to travel at the speed of light there would still be no way to avoid things in the universe, especially and asteroid, imagine hitting an asteroid or anything at the speed of light, they would also t have to figure out how to become invisible
Shawn Lund
Shawn Lund 3 meses atrás
I was surprised to hear Chris combine warp drive and light speed in the same thought, as though they were related.
ㄩՅミƦრヨƝsʗђ upupandaway
Cool stuff id like to see a toy gyro used on the space station spinning and floating in the air also id like to know if generators would make more power because the armature has no weight on the bearings if it would spin faster
Baka Baka
Baka Baka 3 meses atrás
Man I cant imagine the feeling of being weightless for weeks or months and coming back to gravity or vice versa must be such a weird feeling.
malia tortilla
malia tortilla 11 meses atrás
Space both scares me beyond imagination and also is the most fascinating thing ever
The Purple-Bear
The Purple-Bear 14 dias atrás
It really is terrifyingly fascinating
kate Mês atrás
@Ryan Roberts source: just trust me bro
Joshua Goldberger
Joshua Goldberger 4 meses atrás
NITROUS 2012 4 meses atrás
I'm more terrified of staying here for some reason. I don't know, maybe some biological self persevation thing that says, "hey we've been here far too long, something terrible is going to happen, eventually, lets bail"....
Krycil Anto
Krycil Anto 2 meses atrás
Such an absolute legend!
Marley Fresher
Marley Fresher 3 meses atrás
Even tho the theory of relativity has been explained to me over a thousand times my mind still can't wrap around the concept. I believe Einstein I just can't understand how people will age differently because of how time works with light speed. 🤷🏾‍♂️
Sean Michael
Sean Michael 15 dias atrás
My favorite astronaut here. Also the Twins. What a fun an unique way to get into space and explain it with the same passion.
Janno Meeuwessen
Janno Meeuwessen 3 meses atrás
3:55 THIS MAN just casually explained me why aging is different if you travel with the speed of light, which I never understood why. Respect. Hé should be a teacher.
Amogh Kulkarni
Amogh Kulkarni 2 anos atrás
Imagine being able to tell your grandkids the stories of your spaceship.
RezuLt Mês atrás
They have 3 small windows instead of one big one for better visibility
Damien Mulder
Damien Mulder 3 meses atrás
You can lie about going to space to kids too.
John Doe
John Doe 3 meses atrás
@SKYFALL tears of the jealous I see
John Doe
John Doe 3 meses atrás
@brian rees what
John Doe
John Doe 3 meses atrás
@Lord Rothschild ok lord something
Dylan MacBurnie
Dylan MacBurnie Mês atrás
"We just blasted into the unimaginable void on a cone-shaped bomb, and safely crashed back to earth in a shielded bubble, but I gotta ask... why are these seats so uncomfortable??" --The astronaut who helped NASA realize that they stretch a little in space
Dreaminghorse 3 meses atrás
For someone who's on earth, he really is "Spaced Out"
jim white
jim white 3 meses atrás
Great to know answers to these questions, Thanks Chris.
Wam Wam
Wam Wam 3 meses atrás
As to body height, everyone goes through changes between getting up in the AM after being horizontal and being vertical most of the waking hours. Jim Al-Khalili taks about this in one of his videos.
I Left my Cake in the Car and the Kids in the Oven
Chris: It's actually not like that Me: nice Chris: It's much worse Me: *OH NICE*
alala_emily 3 meses atrás
Free Churro • 17 years ago
I love ur username
That One YouTube Channel
KPbICMAH 4 meses atrás
@Nicole Martin five times a day, apparently
KPbICMAH 4 meses atrás
@Vedika 🧣 flat brainer he is
Donald Culp
Donald Culp 3 meses atrás
As a former NASA employee, bravo! A wonderful video for the general populace! Lot's of good easy explanations. But we should be working on warp drive! :)
Donald Culp
Donald Culp 29 dias atrás
@Mark Clotworthy if you want to study an intact lander, go to the museum. And the technology comment is simply wh6 would we build the same one again? We’re so much more advanced now compared to then.
Mark Clotworthy
Mark Clotworthy Mês atrás
@Donald Culp And the weird thing is that NASA dismantled that moon lander so that no one could see it, and then they announced that they don't have the technology to build that moon lander anymore lol. It's crazy isn't it!
Donald Culp
Donald Culp Mês atrás
@Mark Clotworthy you mistake reflective foils for cheap and flimsy. Trust me, it’s sturdy to hold the weight, astronauts, rockets, fuel, and about 100 lbs of rocks to come back with. Yet, still lightweight cuz it’s not going to hit anything, right?
Mark Clotworthy
Mark Clotworthy Mês atrás
So howcome your original moon lander looks like it was built with duct tape, cellophane and plastic?
eyewaves 3 meses atrás
Interesting Qs and As !!! Would you feel dizzy if the space-ship was spinning around ? Obviously it wouldn't start/stop by itself, need to use the thrust vectors.
gurka321 3 meses atrás
Always fascinating and entertaining to watch him speak. My favorite Canadian.
Sccuy 3 meses atrás
omg i have ben watching this astronaut for years and now he finally is in wired!
summer20105707 3 anos atrás
Its nice to see educated people sharing their knowledge with us.
R S K L Mês atrás
@Imodium so im guessing youre breaking out of this system right cause youre not just a sheep on youtube watching this just like us. Go on
Fake Pewds
Fake Pewds Mês atrás
@D J Nah, we did go to the moon. You were wrong there buddy. But I do believe you got some education since it's been like almost 3 years now.
Fake Pewds
Fake Pewds Mês atrás
@Jak Ryan huh??
Too young to be old
Too young to be old 2 meses atrás
Thank you. Interesting that you say gravity is pushing you down. I would have thought it was pulling you down.
Ali x
Ali x 3 meses atrás
What a remarkable man ❤️
Charlie Bear
Charlie Bear Mês atrás
I’ve had such a crush on this man for so long. What an absolute legend
HITROON 69 Mês atrás
this man completed life, he just doing the side missions
Victoria Smith
Victoria Smith Anos atrás
My mom actually went to school with Chris since he lived in Canada. She said that he always had his nose in a book! It’s crazy where people can end up, and how successful they can be!
Crossfire Productions
Morgan Whytesay yea
Morgan Whytesay
Morgan Whytesay Anos atrás
why is everyone assuming that this person is lying? There is such a thing as before fame, so of course famous people would’ve gone to school with regular people before becoming the people they are today.
Crossfire Productions
MICHEL DILLIONS so, you’re saying the earth is flat, and you didn’t even go to space!? Boy, you must be high.
Crossfire Productions
MICHEL DILLIONS r/ihadastroke
Joe Black
Joe Black 3 meses atrás
You could also continuously accelerate at 10m/m/s, or less for less "gravity" until you are halfway somewhere. Flip the ship around and decelerate at the same rate. "Gravity" all the way. Except for a few minutes exactly halfway through the journey, or when maintenance has to occur or something. Of course we don't have anything that can maintain that type of acceleration for months or years. Nor is it useful in orbit.
Machine 3 meses atrás
chris hadfield is definitely my favorite astronaut
Nick Barber
Nick Barber 14 dias atrás
Actually the warp speed theory in Star Trek is reasonably accurate
sheila j
sheila j 2 meses atrás
So very interesting and well done.
Zach Matthew Pogi
Zach Matthew Pogi Anos atrás
This guy knows everything about space,he should be an astronaut.
M. Ahmed
M. Ahmed 8 meses atrás
@Brett Pannell wht
M. Ahmed
M. Ahmed 8 meses atrás
@Brett Pannell I am so scared OMG
M. Ahmed
M. Ahmed 8 meses atrás
@Brett Pannell 🤫🤫🤫
M. Ahmed
M. Ahmed 8 meses atrás
@Brett Pannell 🤫🤫🤫🤫🤫
Ikram mayssoun
Ikram mayssoun 3 meses atrás
imagine being that cool. such a great man 💜
Hawker75 7 dias atrás
Near the speed of light that would be true. AT the speed of light, all time stops and locality stops. You are everywhere at once. Also, you do not freeze in space. At least not instantly. There is no medium in which for heat to transfer. Also, there is plenty of air to breathe in the stratosphere, there just isn’t enough pressure to allow you to breathe it.
Wam Wam
Wam Wam 3 meses atrás
Even at the speed of light, it take four years to get to the nearest star. Radio waves that we've been emitting for decades have barely passed 10-15,000 stars - and only 4 seem to be habitable. That means that the old TV show the Honeymooners has barely out of our own backyard.
Orangecatty 3 meses atrás
"You're not taller, you're just temporarily longer" The best quote ever 9:24
Log Paulan
Log Paulan 11 meses atrás
This guy knows so much about space, he should be an astronaut or something.
Damien Mulder
Damien Mulder 3 meses atrás
You assume.
Zu Azhar
Zu Azhar 4 meses atrás
C S5: Neil Armstrong did the first moon walk on 20 July 1969.
Andrew Kapaldo
Andrew Kapaldo 4 meses atrás
Nah just like every medical expert professional here on the internets. He conducted extensive research regarding the subject matter all in meta universe comment section
NTM _JAN 4 meses atrás
Schleich Lover55
Schleich Lover55 4 meses atrás
Yeah, he's a great actor
Nizz8daGrizz8 2 dias atrás
I've seen videos in the 90s of real people put in cryogenics. They hope they will have the technology in the future to thaw them out. Would be interesting. Like a long sleep but a blackout type sleep and then wake up 100 years later. The changes of technology would be wild. They could probably live forever by then and would be the oldest people alive and knowledge possibly first hand of the past. We barely know anything past the last 100 years.
lifeisgood070 2 meses atrás
…. So…. If aliens invented lightspeed travel and then they all got on the ship and started traveling to different planets at the speed of light, you are saying theoretically humans will age faster relative to the aliens traveling at the speed of light and thus we have the potential to develop more advanced technology than them by the time they get done traveling
ElectroXP 2 meses atrás
I think you can control a little bit of the gravity in space. if you just manage to make all the floor metal and wear some magnetic boots you can just pull yourself to the ground. and any other metals are affected by this gravity-like force. i dont know maybe this may enlighten someone.
A W 3 meses atrás
9:15 - "In my case, I got about *that* much taller". So video editor cuts to Hadfield getting in a space suit rather than showing us how much taller he was indicating.
denoosoo 9 meses atrás
I met Chris hadfield once at a kids books store while he was signing his book. I was last in line and he praised my patience and complimented my penguin hat lol
sienna buildz
sienna buildz 3 meses atrás
The Hypr Beast X
The Hypr Beast X 3 meses atrás
@Off Grid Gringo so smart
Krishnan -Resurrection
Krishnan -Resurrection 3 meses atrás
@The Hypr Beast X 🤣🤣🤣🤣😆😉
Off Grid Gringo
Off Grid Gringo 3 meses atrás
@The Hypr Beast X nobody has been to "space ". It doesn't exist
The Hypr Beast X
The Hypr Beast X 3 meses atrás
@Off Grid Gringo its not like u hv been to space so dont act like uk everything
Zam1Fear 3 meses atrás
I had the honor of meeting him as a kid and have a signed photograph
Butch Rower aka Manny Fraker
9:46 I remember learning in school when you sleep this happens that you're spine decompresses because gravity isn't pulling on you as much and that you're actually taller when you wake up in the morning
XxLxshseaxX 3 meses atrás
I wanna be a scientist hearing that
Planet Mars
Planet Mars 2 dias atrás
I’ve met this man. FR he did a presentation at our school
Emma Frost
Emma Frost 4 meses atrás
I like how he explains everything without being judgemental.
The Man
The Man 6 dias atrás
Bill Nye be like: 😏
NarcøleptiK 9 dias atrás
666animalmother 14 dias atrás
for real,... the real experts are actually very humble.. Those other "experts" who like to brag don't really know much, it's the Dunning-Kruger effect.
Emma Frost
Emma Frost 21 dia atrás
@Vonn sorry?
Squeezeme 3 meses atrás
My hero! Love this man!
Son Goku
Son Goku Mês atrás
Crazy to see how out of date this video and the discussion is, after only 3 short years. Now, we’ve actually discovered a theoretical way to make warp travel actually possible. He’s also a little misunderstood about the physics of light speed and how it relates to time, but that’s all what we thought 3 years ago.
Linusmaximilian 2 meses atrás
For someone who's a part time musician he's really Down to Earth
Uhtred 2 meses atrás
Unlike all those other uppity part time musicians, and don't get me started on the full time ones. :-))
bob desf
bob desf 2 meses atrás
Merci pour cette video. Et merci a tout ceux qui participent a cette aventure spatial. Ils nous préparent à la vraie raison d'être de l'humanité selon moi. Leur découvertes feront tomber bien des frontières... Ils nous ont déjà uni, beaucoup plus que biens des procédés établis sur Terre. À partir de là, beaucoup plus d'énergie sera concentré, sur les vraies prochaines objectifs de notre espèce. Et comme je nous connais, à travers nos découvertes et notre capacité d'évolution, il n'y a rien a notre épreuve... même la vitesse de la lumière.
Epic Gamer
Epic Gamer Anos atrás
He looks like that one substitute teacher that everyone wants
Hanz withe die flammenwerfer
He looks like Mobius
John Bookout
John Bookout 8 meses atrás
Everyone wants any sub anyone who other than your regular teacher
Joseph Stalin
Joseph Stalin 8 meses atrás
russian broskie
russian broskie 8 meses atrás
And who wouldnt
D73W 8 meses atrás
Bro, I would want this man himself as a sub. I would love to speak to this man
Daniel Curtis
Daniel Curtis 4 dias atrás
This is definitely the kind of guy you want to sit next to at a “dinner party”!!!
Josh Jackson
Josh Jackson 3 meses atrás
I wasn't going watch all this but this guy made me watch it all
razor3003 2 meses atrás
Great vid! I hope he can debunk the people who say we never went to the moon, by getting back there real soon...isn't 50+ years l-o-n-g enough???
Another M
Another M 2 meses atrás
Of course but these we'll be more along the lines of indefinite if 50 years isn't enough of a delay.
japn 2 meses atrás
@Another M delays are a good thing and I hope they will have delays. Bc delays means that they won't launch a broken thing.
Another M
Another M 2 meses atrás
We'll believe it when we see it. My guess is they'll keep having delays.
japn 2 meses atrás
@MaNuLaToR Official What about the Artemis mission? 🤓
razor3003 2 meses atrás
@MaNuLaToR Official I believe you.
Aaron 7 dias atrás
0:15 Let me debunk one more myth : You don't get sucked out of the airlock, you get blown out. 😛
Aidyn Edgar
Aidyn Edgar 9 meses atrás
imagine being so cool that you could be at a barbecue and say “it smells like space here”
Dom Cruise
Dom Cruise 2 meses atrás
This is interesting theologically because burnt animals as a sacrifice to God are described as “an aroma pleasing to the Lord” in the Old Testament and space smells like it.
Darren S
Darren S 3 meses atrás
Oh boy... wouldn't that strike up an intelligent conversation, wow! Tbh i would look at the guy and think... he's not right that dude, then turning away promptly to seek intelligent life forms (normal, not brainwashed). Believe in what you wish, most of you believe in what they show you, that goes for any and all mainstream platforms /media. It's not your fault, you've been conditioned and programed to think in the ways you do. Keep watching and believing as you're constantly being conditioned. It's a way of life.
Jack Kershaw
Jack Kershaw 3 meses atrás
Bhahaha so "Cool" :'D
Juan Silva
Juan Silva 3 meses atrás
I give this joke an 9/10.
Bikers On Call
Bikers On Call 3 meses atrás
4:05, Sounds right, but if you traveled faster than light and had the optic ability, the clock would start reading backwards, simulating time travel.
benjamin pastrana
benjamin pastrana 2 meses atrás
Living in Spaceship sure is the most depressing experience 🥺
Dan C.
Dan C. 3 meses atrás
A smell. I wonder if different parts of space smell different. Does the burnt smell increase near suns? Also, if it is a burning smell, is this a similar smell to fission or fusion or nuclear reactions? I know ozone had a particular odour which is tri-bonded oxygen instead of dual bonded oxygen.
Dan C.
Dan C. 2 meses atrás
@Dom Cruise interesting. If He is in universal space, this is the environ that pleases his olfactory senses.
Dom Cruise
Dom Cruise 2 meses atrás
It’s interesting theologically because burnt animals as a sacrifice to God are described as “an aroma pleasing to the Lord” in the Old Testament and space smells like it.
Tan Nguyen
Tan Nguyen 3 meses atrás
Got to attend a course taught by CDR Hadfield in Colorado. He's an outstanding Sailor and wonderful teacher. Rah!
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