An element of truth - videos about science, education, and anything else I find interesting.

Muad'Dib 10 saatler önce

Oh wow. Scary stuff

Hoshiumi Korai 10 saatler önce

So how about this as an idea. We know from the resonance synchronisation video that when two ‘pendulums’ are kept nearby they tend to synchronise. So now lets keep multiple such pendulums in a line such that they all synchronise to each other. That way, we are sure that the two pendulums have the same time period. Now, using a clock, you measure the time taken for each swing of the pendulum. Now given that your pendulums are synced, you can know launch a beam of light and use the pendulum swing as your measure of time taken. So now, you convert that into time it took light to reach and you have an answer for one-way speed of light. Now, you repeat this in any direction you can think of, and you will have your answers. I know it is incredibly hand wavy, but since we need two objects for time-keeping to sync, I thought it should be pendulums, not clocks.

Mark Baillie 10 saatler önce

Funny how the end goal is to live "as if quantum computers were never invented in the first place." And yet the silly boffins keep striving to invent them, and more.

SkullPunk 10 saatler önce

12:36 imagine getting the world record speedrun because of actual cosmic intervention

The Global Classroom 10 saatler önce

Nice

J X 10 saatler önce

like the way you communicate matrix multiplications in a understandable way

dkla27 10 saatler önce

congrats. great quantum computing intro AND cryptography intro in one

dseggar 10 saatler önce

The voice of that dude, damn! (you all know who I mean)

InvictvsNox 10 saatler önce

I would have killed to have this level of presentation in my high school and college math and science classes. Thank you, that was beautiful.

Ricky Tian 10 saatler önce

My head hurts..

Felipe Brito 10 saatler önce

My mind is blown haha

M. Todd Coin 10 saatler önce

...turn the bar vertically instead of horizontally. What happens, then?

LJR 10 saatler önce

My left ear enjoyed this

banderson5676 10 saatler önce

Me on the couch eating cheetos trying to get the orange off my fingers..... Then there's this video.

DonnyDF 10 saatler önce

lol if you want to learn how to mime/act lifting a heavy sheet/tile/lid/etc this is perfect to copy from 10:39 Moving things through magnetic fields is weird hard work XD

James Augustine 10 saatler önce

The Infinity Sphere

Luke Kambic 10 saatler önce

There's a reason hardware stores sell wire of several different diameters. The *cross sectional area* (not surface area) of wires dictates how much DC or low-frequency AC current they can carry. This is a basic fact of electrical engineering that can be verified from any source including your local Home Depot associate. Sustained transmission line dynamics and the "skin effect" only apply to alternating currents of high enough frequency (usually RF in practice) for EM effects to predominate. This video fails to clarify this distinction and is extremely misleading.

Travis Estep 10 saatler önce

A true sign of intelligence is being able to take a topic that is horribly complex and explain it in a way that other people can understand. The fact that you were able to take a topic that even I don't understand fully, and I've been in the computer science and math field for 20 years, and explain it in such an easy to understand way (without all the gory formulas behind the concepts) is just mind boggling to me. Even after watching this video, I still couldn't imagine sitting down myself and trying to map out a way to explain this topic to your average person. I have MAD respect for what you've done here.

Ruben Vera 10 saatler önce

Pues aparte del tremendo gasto de energía me quedan dudas de qué tantas probabilidades hay de que queden defectos ,porosidades,etc.

james M__ 10 saatler önce

Dear veritasium, ever since I saw your video on the collatz conjecture, the logistic map and gaussian distribution my interest in maths has increased. You presentations are so great and I appreciate them. Please make more videos about maths. You make everything so understandable. Thank you so much!!

The Guns N' Glory Show 11 saatler önce

4:20 computers are non binary. Now i've heard it all.

Myint Kyaw Thu 11 saatler önce

အင်္ဂါဂြိုလ်ပေါ် ဘုရားပုံတော်လေး သယ်သွားပေးရင်တော့ ပိုကောင်းတာပေါ့ဗျာ

RiceCake 11 saatler önce

I understood zero of this but appreciated all of it

Vividh Kothari 11 saatler önce

Jesus

aloluk 11 saatler önce

Ah confirmation bias. I've thought I was a visual learner, but only once I discovered a memory techniques book which worked wonders for me. Since then i've used it through education.

ShoulderEmotional 11 saatler önce

I don't even know how to spell qwantam and i was still able to grasp a lot of what you said. Awesome explanation bud!

Rich Koziol 11 saatler önce

This is so much b.s. you can't send anything out of earth orbit ,why do you keep lying ,oh yeah you're getting a lot of pocket change, keep the fools fooled I guess.

HaramBoy69 11 saatler önce

YOU USED MIDJOURNEY TO GENERATE THE THUMBNAIL XD I got the same image for quantum computer

themastercheif 11 saatler önce

Only 300 Cubits to represent more particles than in the observable universe? Yeah... we might just be living in a simulation after all.

Black 11 saatler önce

Anyone know a good video that explains what is quantum computer

Brian Murphy 11 saatler önce

Does your brain hurt? Just asking ‘cause mine has split.

Max Carriers 11 saatler önce

I find the idea of the point lattice really interesting, although I am not sure about one thing.... Since the "public keys" are those sets of "bad vectors" (which take a long time to use to find the correct path on the lattice to decode the data), don't they still contain valuable information about the lattice itself? I mean, couldn't a potential attacker find a way to generate a set of "good vectors" from the set of "bad vectors" so that they describe the same n-dimensional lattice, simplifying the decode operation?

Joe 11 saatler önce

Wow i think i kinda understand this stuff now 😊

Douglas James Official 𝅘𝅥𝅮 11 saatler önce

Im magneto, and i have 20 000 T pull...

bcsviewer1 11 saatler önce

One thing that should be considered, In 2020 a Quantum computer crashed attempting to factor the number 35. If this instability remains, then Quantum computers may not be as good as it's hype in breaking RSA.

Nate Hancock 11 saatler önce

This video gave me so many epiphanies about the topic at hand as well as other topics, such as how I approach education for others and for myself. The ability to create such digestible breakdowns of seemingly complex and new concepts is inspiring. There is a little bit of everything in here. The visualization and discussion is presented in such a way that I am presented with a sort of "call to action" my brain is engaged as if I have been asked to solve this problem but I am also being guided to the answer as well as the obstacles that are presented to me. Thank you for this!

MR sketchbook 11 saatler önce

Mom: "Why is your IQ 10" Me: "Because of lead"

i hate kids 11 saatler önce

I need help... I'm interested in physics and about space but I have a civil engineering degree.... I want to learn more about the world and what kind of classes or what do you suggest me to take up for my masters?

Linea Kristensen 11 saatler önce

Ok I'm not good at math, but I'm trying to follow this... when you randomly pick g=8 to find N, howcome you can divide g by N to find the g/N =1 🤔

Nineflames 11 saatler önce

I'd like to applaud your graphics team for doing so well on enunciating the topics you're covering visually.

Matthew Hobbs 11 saatler önce

Does the new direct storage coming out help solve this power consumption challenge?

Super star 11 saatler önce

Will an aircraft use thesame fuel at the speed of light as it will at normal speed??? Need answer please sir🙏

Utkarsh Mishra 11 saatler önce

Hi Derek and the entire Veritasium team, first of all I want to thank you wholeheartedly for such a lucid explanation. I have one question though - 9:31, how are we certain that p and q must come from one factor each on LHS (g^r/2+1 and g^r/2-1)? Why is it that one of these factors can't have both p and q?

Barry Van niekerk 11 saatler önce

So how come it's the wire that gets hot, thats energy causing the heat, and the fuse that blows, in the transformer the magnetic Flux agitated the neighboring electrons.

Pockyyyy 11 saatler önce

Okay now put a AI on the Quantum Computer >:D

Santona Smith 11 saatler önce

Interesting but hard to grasp at once.

zack spofford 11 saatler önce

DWAVE IS CHANNELING DEMONS

Isabelle Reny 11 saatler önce

DUDE THATS LITERALLY WHY I FAILED MY SCIENCE CLASS I NEVER UNDERSTOOD HOW LIKE. ENERGY TRAVELED IN METAL CYLINDERS LIKE STRAWS. im so annoyed. cause ive asked this multiple times before and like noone knew how to answer ? and i just couldnt get past it. it made absolute 0 sense in my head. goddddd 😅😭

Don't Fuss It's Russ 11 saatler önce

The one one the left began to interfere with the path of the one on the right thus causing the the ladder on the right to slow down.

Just The Highlights 11 saatler önce

Great video. And that thumbnail 👌