The Ultimate Guide to Black Holes

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    Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

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    Ok, phew. So we are done explaining any properties of black holes forever. If we ever talk about black holes in future videos we'll always link to this video. If you want to continue thinking about black holes a tad more, you can do so by getting one of the many black hole related things the Kurzgesagt team made with love:

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    Found the among us Easter egg

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    I wonder just how bright “black” holes would be if the light they emit was able to escape the event horizon.

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    Im pretty sure galaxies are caused by supermassive black holes suckin buncha stuff into it

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    A M O G U S

  • Jack Cooper

    Jack Cooper

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    some people theorize that the big bang was actually a supersupermassive wite hole that pushed everything away. thus creating the univers

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    It is the most creepiest thing i have ever heard off

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    Those black hole animations are so cute 😍😍😍😂

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    **Brain collapsed**

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    I just addore black holes lol, in fact my profile kinda looks like one too😀😂😂

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    LoL Great @#$%ing Amagination...................

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    How is this free?!

  • 7-7 Zabuki-Altai

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    Black hole: I have sucked everything!
    White hole: YOU DID WHAT?
    Black hole: please don't take the belts

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    love your videos helps me study the concepts

  • William Corbin

    William Corbin

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    I have a genuine question
    If nothing can escape a black hole how does Hawking radiation work wouldn’t the matter not be able to leave the black hole

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    Ember Deacon

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    nothing is real

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    3:20 i saw among us

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    3:19 AMOGUS

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    Among us 3:20

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    i love space

  • Mythical Twinkie

    Mythical Twinkie

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    Honestly, I would just yeet myself into a blackhole just so I can be the first person to do so.

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    So you admit that information is lost? Don't show this video to L. Susskind.

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    Jordan 69

    2 dögum síðan

    If you had a lot of exotic matter could that allow you to escape the black hole once past the event horrizon?

  • ChessRoyale 75

    ChessRoyale 75

    2 dögum síðan

    What would happen if you get stuck inside a blackhole...You said that time speeds up for us ...So would that mean that sampler black holes would disappears and that we would be able to see their decline or does every black hole has the same time rate...Doesn't time rate depend upon the mass..So the greater the black hole,the slower the time speed..?
    My head is gonna explode..

  • Robert Johnson

    Robert Johnson

    2 dögum síðan

    I'm super confused and don't really know where to ask, so I'll try here. Why do people talk more about the center of black holes being a singularity which we almost know can't be possible, instead of being some sort of "quark star" ? Would quark stars of sufficient density not fit inside the event horizon, or something else really obvious?
    Idk, I just thought for the first time "what if it's just a bigger neutron star under the event horizon? could we even know?" , and that lead me to some weird stuff about quark stars and degeneracy pressure that I don't understand, and it's kinda weird that I haven't seen a video about it so it must be a really obvious error I'm making.

    • Jaxon B.

      Jaxon B.

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      What makes you think the singularity can’t be possible?

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    Imanuel Bryan

    2 dögum síðan

    i came back to this vid to ask..
    what will happen if a small blackhole appear for a few second on earth?

    • Robert Johnson

      Robert Johnson

      2 dögum síðan

      I'm pretty sure they just evaporate away super quickly due to Hawking radiation. The effect scales with the inverse of size, so really big black holes evaporate really slowly, but really tiny ones go away really fast. I'm not an expert so don't take it as gospel, but that's what I always hear. Fun fact, I remember when I was like 6 I must've heard something on the news about CERN possibly making tiny black holes, and I broke down into tears thinking that the world was gonna end because I knew just enough about black holes to be terrified. If only my parents knew enough about physics to console me haha

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    Do the Casimir Effect and how it can be used to travel the multiverse. 😃

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    I was just watching this and at 3:19 i saw Red from Among Us. Are they making a refference?

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    Could you please do a video about white holes? Thanks so much!

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    Dude im watching this high as a kite and i gotta say my mind is BLOWN

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    Maybe black hole is pure energy buy is invisible ,maybe inside the ( atom) the string there is a small black hole ( string theory), maybe black hole are junction of some fields, maybe should study the tornadoes , what cause them ? What formed them?,it seems like black holes, Maybe something pass out ( or in) black hole, , but is invisible . you should change the filters to see it ( to distinguish it) .

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  • Avonte Dawson

    Avonte Dawson

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    I like to think black holes are the beginning of restarting the universe if the universe goes dead they eventually die n give out radiation something with enough mass to gab onto n pull in so like the very last black hole alive in the universe respectively turns into the new big bang

  • Bailey Maule

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    We already know what’s inside blackholes

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    Surprisingly understood almost non of them 😒

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  • Kyle Hight

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    There is no proof that black holes warp time. A person living by a black hole in space will age the same as someone on Earth.

    • Robert Johnson

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      If you mean no one's gone to a black hole to test it, yeah you're right. But by that reasoning, there's no proof that rocks fall down on Europa. No one's thrown one while on it. Given that, maybe that's not the best way to look at the universe. We know how time and space must behave near black holes because the same theory that describes those effects which we can't measure directly right now, also describes lots we can. I don't know much about it, but if you look for information on "relativistic effects" , you'll find plenty

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    I think our universe is what consists inside of a black hole. My theory is that the Big Bang and the description of how a black hole forms sound almost exactly identical, an unfathomable amount of energy crushed and focused down to a single point, then a sudden burst and rapid expansion. I think these 2 events are the exact same events, and this also points twards the multi-verse theory also being true(maybe,lol), since there are countless black holes of every size all over the observable universe, all containing they're own universe's of varying sizes, which in turn contain countless black holes, Exc... But PLEASE, somebody give me feedback on this, I've been trying really hard to get somebody with any scientific understanding to give me they're take on this theory, so I would really appreciate it.

  • Naga Prasad

    Naga Prasad

    3 dögum síðan

    17 years me sleeping like pig in class while professor explains Black holes.
    28 years me not getting sleep and decides to watch video on Black holes at 3 AM.

  • Plutonian


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    The big bang theory is just a guess so it likely is wrong. The universe probably began with a blackhole about twenty times bigger than the Milkyway galaxy it reaches absolute mass and explodes bursting out incredible amounts of matter the universe stretches and stretches for googol years and then black holes engulf all the matter in the universe and then they destroy each other and than overtime all the matter in the universe becomes one giant black hole and the cycle restarts after a very long time of compression. Still doesn't answer the question of how the first cycle ever started without there being anything before that.

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    I wish i could become immortal and get trapped in a blackhole 😔

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    AMOGUS 3:20

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    5:43 - "There is no memory of the things that made it, as stuff disappears down the black hole trap door forever." Not true - Soft hair records everything - 12J. - Stephen Hawking, Malcolm Perry, Andrew Strominger.

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  • RandomDucc 2000

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    4 dögum síðan

    Ok so...
    ▶️ If when you are in a black hole, time speeds up, then won’t the black hole itself evaporate?
    ▶️ If there were 2 objects connected via unbreakable rope, when 1 part is inside black hole and the other is outside, if ‘any way you go goes towards the center’, then the rope must be in a direction, but it can’t go towards the center as it is is connected to the other one. How?
    ▶️ The rope wouldn’t be pulled if it went down, because the rope is the black hole’s radius. But it’s radius isn’t the radius, because with infinite density, it warps space infinitely, so the rope would be going in both no direction, infinitely long towards the center, then a direction in which who knows what happens.
    ▶️ If it bends infinitely, you have traversed infinite distance (in bent space-time) in a finite time. Wait no the time is infinite but dilated. So the rate at which you go (as in bent space-time) per hour is infinity divided by infinity. Great.
    (I’m 10 bruh)

    • RandomDucc 2000

      RandomDucc 2000

      3 dögum síðan

      idk man

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      oh god what have you done to my brain

  • Benlor Eh

    Benlor Eh

    4 dögum síðan

    god:*trying to make neutron star*
    *got black hole*.
    also god: *its not a bug, its a feature*

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      2 dögum síðan

      God became the Apple huh 🤣🤣

  • Paul Young

    Paul Young

    4 dögum síðan

    No one really actually knows,being honest no one has survived or even came close to this,its all based on talk!!!

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    3:19 AMOOGUS

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    3:19 black hole kinda sus

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    3:19 When imposter is sus

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    D L

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    I’m so confused!

  • Rachith Navile

    Rachith Navile

    4 dögum síðan

    Why do every time I watch a video about blackholes from Kurzgesagt I feel like revisiting Interstellar.

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    The more knowledge I receive about the universe the more unserious I get life, like I’m just goin to live maximum of around 100 years of a tiny planet.
    It’s seriously hard to observe this much of space information 🤦‍♂️

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    No one gonna talk about the among us guy at 3:20

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    Is it just me.. or doesn't he sound like Jaime Lannister

  • Stanislav Kinzl

    Stanislav Kinzl

    5 dögum síðan

    It wouldn't make sense that density of a black hole is infinite because they can grow. The more information/matter they consume the bigger they are, meaning the density inside isn't infinite. It can mean that the density levels inside of a blackhole are the greatest level of density of a information in the universe and that black holes don't have a core as they themselves have equaly everywhere the same density

    • Stanislav Kinzl

      Stanislav Kinzl

      4 dögum síðan

      ​@Mihajlo Sreckovic It happened to me a few months ago, althrough I comment on YT very rarely, that my comment vanished a moment after I replied. It is probably due to yt algorithm that tries to keep the comments civil but sometimes malfunctions (and my comment then wasn't smth impolite or vulgar). Well it is a mistery then what is inside of a black hole. But dividing by zero by using a typical formula using general relavity sounds a bit inconsistent. Maybe it is the gap within our own constructed mathematics the reason why we just can't calculate more exact insides of a Black Hole. Then "Singularity" is just a fancy name for sweeping off the table the problematic of our own limitations when it comes down to predicting what is inside by using our current means as we cannot explain it right now with more confidence. Insides of a Black Hole are so extreme, the space-time continuum is so warped, that the laws of general relativity could just not work inside. Maybe when we'll understand more properly another aspects of the universe like dark energy particles and dark matter particles etc. then that would hypothetically allow us to give a better estimate. If Black Hole's gravity eats everything then it should eat these too and they would then change the properties of how the black hole behaves? It is said that the time inside of the black hole flows much slower or even doesn't flow at all. It sounds to me that black holes have two purposes :D First being the gravitational centre of galaxies and then second being "refrigerators" for information about matter. And then (this is just absolute guess, well this all is) when the "dark energy" runs out and universe starts contracting in space (the big crunch), in the timeline of the universe when nothing else than black holes remains, this information will be used for another Big Bang nucleosynthesis. Maybe Black Holes have some or all responsibility for the dark energy running out and then for contracting the space around them itself. And once all black holes collide into one another the next big bang begins sparking the next universe. This all comes with the assumption that universe is indeed finite.

    • Mihajlo Sreckovic

      Mihajlo Sreckovic

      4 dögum síðan

      @Stanislav Kinzl I replied 10 hours ago, have no idea where my reply went xD. How do we know for sure? Well, we don't. That's why it's called singularity, we have no idea what it actually is. When you put the mass of a singularity and radius of a black hole in equations of general relativity, you literally start dividing by zero, and get infinities. It says that all matter should get to a point of infinite density, which is so absurd that we choose to call it singularity. This is so bad that we actually know that general relativity is fundamentally wrong. I mean, it's a great theory and makes very good predictions (like black holes), but it doesn't have to be the true nature of the universe. The problem with singularity is that, it has so much mass that you have to account for general relativity, but so small that you have to account for quantum mechanics, aka we need theory of quantum gravity, a theory that no one was able to develop. Thinking of singularity as point in space with infinite density is currently the best way we can think about it, but is probably fundamentally wrong.

    • Stanislav Kinzl

      Stanislav Kinzl

      4 dögum síðan

      @Mihajlo Sreckovic So the gravity is so strong that photons cannot escape at some threshold, but it doesn't mean that that's where the matter of black hole begins. The matter continues being pulled by gravity to the centre of the spheric shape which is the singularity. But how do we know for sure? If the photons don't escape beyond the event horizon then there can be a matter amassed of any diameter (not in a singularity)

    • Mihajlo Sreckovic

      Mihajlo Sreckovic

      4 dögum síðan

      @Stanislav Kinzl Black holes DO grow, but storage space is not increasing. Everything that gets into black hole becomes part of singularity, and singularity never changes it's volume, aka it's "storage space". The reason black holes grow is not because storage space is growing, but because gravity gets stronger (because mass is increasing), and thus light from farther away can't escape from black hole, which means it's event horizon has grown. So event horizon grows, but storage space doesn't change.

    • Stanislav Kinzl

      Stanislav Kinzl

      5 dögum síðan

      @Mihajlo Sreckovic Right, but if density inside of a black hole was infinite, wouldn't black holes be just one point never growing and expanding but with variable mass inside being added to that one point with an infinite limit to its density? That's how I imagine infinite density - you can store all the mass in one place without ever needing to increase the "storage space" of it. If they grow it means that the insane gravity inside cannot dense everything in one point no?

  • Ashish Mathur

    Ashish Mathur

    5 dögum síðan

    The ultimate masters of the Universe ❤️

  • The Oofisle

    The Oofisle

    5 dögum síðan

    Im angry with how impossible black holes are

  • Yapik2008 channel

    Yapik2008 channel

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    Kurzgesagt, how to make animation as you do? i wanna make my own videos with this cute graphics :)

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    Roblox Legend

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    i noticed a millenia ago that the monkey holds something diffrent every video most of the time based on the video

  • Sankalp Chatterjee

    Sankalp Chatterjee

    5 dögum síðan

    my brain understood that.... wow
    edit:- cuz like I understood how future time travel works in a previous video but past time travel got my brain a little but I understood why its locked in a blackhole cuz theories and gravity which is also the thing causing that theory/ reading to break universe is the only thing keeping it away if its possible and the way the light of the universe disappears makes sense aswell because a simulation of a blackhole is just like that since light is weird around it so the same applies when it s taking u away from the universe's light which is weird but makes sense cuz light is getting absorbed with you.
    I like science but I feel like its too much even if you go for specific things cuz this just scratches the surface of black hole weirdness

  • Jj T

    Jj T

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    It󠁥󠁳󠁶󠁣󠁿 can't be the last video about black holes. NOOO 😫😫😫😭😭😭 😥