Bizarre Journey to the Outer Solar System DOCUMENTARY BOXSET These Planets Continue to Mystify Us

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TV - Quantum Universe

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Evidence of ninth planet found in outer reaches of solar system ... in the outer reaches of our solar system, US scientists announced on ... and follows a "bizarre, highly elongated orbit in the distant solar system," said ... "Although we were initially quite skeptical that this planet could exist, as we continued to ...

@TVQuantumUniverse 6 місяців тому
I have made a promise(to my husband) to reply to EVERYONE on this Video!
@lamontjohnson8893 6 місяців тому
This is very informative ❤
@Mohawks_and_Tomahawks 6 місяців тому
Looks like you broke a promise to your husband...
@patrickderp1044 6 місяців тому
@ 34 minutes a bizzare nonsensical argument about climate alarmism is shoehorned in. terrible production and cringe writing
@NcBeH 6 місяців тому
@bonafidehussler1 6 місяців тому
@maryzakiandourrugrats4671 2 роки тому
Sleep well everyone
@megacultureshock 7 місяців тому
This man is the incredible narrator I've ever heard. He's my dream slumber.
@elenhin 6 місяців тому
Who is he? Sounds like Ser Aymeric in FFXIV. Same dreamy voice lol.
@emmanuelkatipunan1478 6 місяців тому
Ok I'll
@sproket168 6 місяців тому
So true
@sproket168 6 місяців тому
I do have the movie Alien playing in my head every time I hear him toooo
@avnishmackerdhuj9671 6 місяців тому
@auntbutton905 3 місяці тому
This is by far the best documentary compilation on the solar system ever.
@bkfishing5650 6 місяців тому
I fall asleep to this
@andershenriksen6997 6 місяців тому
So what?
@thatmovieguy1319 5 місяців тому
Me too 🤣🤣
@bjornelmqvist4546 5 місяців тому
​@@andershenriksen6997so people can relate. It's not a bad thing.
@martsmart3291 5 місяців тому
@@andershenriksen6997it’s expressing how peaceful this video is. It’s great
@awesomeluis 5 місяців тому
How can you fall asleep to this? It's captivating! 😮😊
@zapleaf 5 місяців тому
This has been one of thee most in-depth and inquisitive videos / audio sessions I have ever encountered over the vast amount of years I've spent browsing / listening to, to quench my curiosity of our place on this crazy rock. The ambient sounds in the background with the smooth choice of words coupled with your tone of passion for the project was outstanding. My god it was just perfection. Some information has been updated over the past two years (It's a fast moving market of knowledge as of late) and of course the James Webb Space Telescope has been successfully launched and positioned, so, I would burst with joy if you could make another video or even just let us know if one is in the works. Thank you so much for sharing all your knowledge with us, it was simply beautiful.
@elypowell6797 4 місяці тому
This guy must have paid his friends to make all the over the top butt kissing comments LOL.
@user-xz6xv8cf3n 3 місяці тому
Tremendous video. Keep up the posting. Thx
@DJWHITE_ 2 місяці тому
I have the sweetest dreams and most restful sleep with this in my ear. Please keep making them!
@ashupande 2 роки тому
Ladies and gentlemen, once again the youtube algorithm has rescued a video from oblivion by bringing us here. I, for one, am very grateful for the recommendation.
@Lukesky2525 2 роки тому
its only 5 months old calm down
@Robutnikon 2 роки тому
Me toooo so glad for the recommend! 🎉✨
@ClassicRiki 2 роки тому
@@Lukesky2525 yeah, because not much happens in 5 months does it? Do you know how many hours of video are uploaded and viewed in that amount of time? Maybe you should calm down, especially when your point in no way negates what Ashutosh wrote. P.S - I’ll save you the time of suggesting I should in fact ‘calm down’; I’m good.
@WoodRidge23 2 роки тому
I don't understand how I even got here because I went from vsauce talking earth to this
@Nygaard2 2 роки тому
All hail the algorithm, our once and future overlord!
@jimbob9086 2 місяці тому
This is exceptionally well written (and spoken), and full of interesting info not normally covered by most space docs. New favorite thing to watch at 3am
@tiborpurzsas2136 2 місяці тому
I have read your post at 3: 30 on a Sunday morning 😅
@rogerp6903 2 місяці тому
So well produced.Thanks for sharing
@TVQuantumUniverse 2 місяці тому
Much appreciated!
@Neosapien11 3 місяці тому
I was listening to something last night while I was sleeping, and I guess this came on. I was having dreams of a different worlds, stream of files and all the other stuff that this guy was talking about. The whole story bled into my dream, absolutely incredible. I'm definitely going to listen to this again while I sleep lol
@janieoak9920 Рік тому
I always go back to this video, I must have listened to this at least twenty times and counting. Thanks❤️❤️
@TVQuantumUniverse 6 місяців тому
Glad you enjoy it!
@rogergeyer9851 11 місяців тому
This is just fantastic. The language is poetry and of course, for a science geek, the substance is a a pure joy.
@grahamsawyer831 2 роки тому
narrator has the perfect voice for this subject - these are some of the best space documentaries out there.
@trevtall1094 Рік тому
The narrators voice was so good that I fell asleep while YT was playing and had a lucid dream about Mercury, I remember getting confused because I was dreaming of houses on the surface. I used to think it was BS that we could have someone narrating a story in our ear while asleep and dream about it.
@marqessanzcora4089 7 місяців тому
@letsgotechnosl 9 місяців тому
I love to watch space videos and fall asleep 🥱
@JRose-zn7iw 9 місяців тому
(Wakes up).... "I know planetary physics"
@514HiphopHead 5 місяців тому
Incredibly precise and educative documentary. It gives so much detail into "what" and "how" it was made possible to us, to understand so much about stuff happening so much beyond our natural human reach.
@brotherdon007 3 місяці тому
I have listened to this easily a dozen times, such a great audio for the mind to gain some intellect and also to just chill out,. .
@luxurypalm 4 місяці тому
This is a top 10 youtube video of all time. Simply amazing editing work, documentation, and explanation. ❤
@TVQuantumUniverse 4 місяці тому
Wow, thank you!
@Lixmage 6 місяців тому
Superb documentary, well done. The graphics are beautiful, the script elegantly written and the narration is both comforting and authoritative. This is certainly one of the very best documentaries I have ever seen. You deserve a huge channel based on this output and I wish you all the very best of luck in creating such.
@TVQuantumUniverse 4 місяці тому
Glad you enjoyed it!
@peakatmelaterornot 4 місяці тому
I agree great job well done said keep up the work 👍 👏 😀
@c0athanger 3 місяці тому
​@@RandomDudeOneprobably the TV channel this was originally shown on
@MrDiggityaus 2 місяці тому
what is the original called?
@darkmatter6714 2 роки тому
The combination of the soothing background music, the dreamy imagery, the fantastic writing, the silky-smooth and honey-rich voice, delivered in that wonderfully clean and sophisticated English accent, makes this an absolute joy of an experience.
@johannageisel5390 2 роки тому
If you like this style, I strongly recommend the channel "ParallaxNick" to you. He makes videos about the history of astronomical discoveries and has a very similar narrative style to this video here.
@michaelfuller5555 2 роки тому
Dark Matter writes wonderfully!
@michaelfuller5555 2 роки тому
@@johannageisel5390 I couldn't agree with you more. Thank 😊 you for connecting the two calming UKpostsr!
@realspilltv4494 Рік тому
I like the way he says “water” (English accent) Walltah
@jisu222 6 місяців тому
I fall asleep to these space videos every night. I make play list with like 60 videos each.
@jackfadell8848 11 місяців тому
Beautifully written and read. One of the best narrations about the solar system.
@TVQuantumUniverse 6 місяців тому
Wow, thank you!
@LeriusDoman 8 місяців тому
This is my favourite documentary of the solar system. It is so calm and informative. To those who made this, thank you, it is special!
@shawna.4601 8 місяців тому
@LeriusDoman I would have to agree with you in that, “because it is in fact a system, we may feel like we’re on an island but it is a solar system” or something similar as repeated throughout lol
@TVQuantumUniverse 6 місяців тому
Wow, thank you!
@RaVNeFLoK Рік тому
I love this when I go to sleep. So soothing. Are there more videos with this narrator to be found?
@magnusopump 6 місяців тому
I woke up to this playing at 3am a few nights ago. I went back and listened to it while fully awake. Very well done!
@jimmycburfield5997 9 місяців тому
From the start of this video isn’t it wonderful to be wowed by how amazing human beings can be!
@toni4729 2 роки тому
I spent the whole time wondering if I would get tired. It was five a.m. before I dared to switch off. Thank you for the best I've heard in my lifetime. I'm listening to it for the second time.
@Dr_DoomJazz 2 місяці тому
I dont know when or how I stumbled on this video, but I absolutely love it. I think about it very often. Everything about this is what I seek in documentaries about the universe. From the narrator who's voice is absolutely perfect, to the information being provided, how the information is provided, the music in the background, the graphica used, and maybe most importantly, the reflection on our species; our history, our discoveries, our unique place in the universe, and our potential to do great things including maybe the greatest thing of all, overcoming the worst aspects of our race the destructive tendencies of humanity, to secure our future in this mysterious universe and the future of all of the humans that are yet to exist for centuries and hopefully milleniums to come
@TheUnknowncaller12 Рік тому
I watch this every night So I can fall asleep. Literally every night. It’s wonderful.
@jentigermoratai2149 6 місяців тому
A finely narrated film with many insights. A perfect summary about what we know about the solar system. Very good
@chrisduncan1647 6 місяців тому
I cant even imagine the amount of research and work that goes into making such an informative and well executed documentary. Kudos!
@theshibby1337 6 місяців тому
Just for the majority of the views being people using it to fall asleep 😂
@nvnv1807 6 місяців тому
well so im not the only one 🤣 @@theshibby1337
@jimmymcgreedy8297 6 місяців тому
@Neuromonada 6 місяців тому
@@theshibby1337 lmao, I watched something last night and this popped up while I was already sleeping :D
@Live4birdies 5 місяців тому
@@timarc9895I think I knew everything from an astronomy class in junior college and UKposts documentaries.
@utahara9608 7 місяців тому
This was playing as I was asleep and it was the best dream I've had in a long time
@Charky32 6 місяців тому
same, so relaxing
@PeterGonzalezAyres1932 2 роки тому
From the moment I started to watch it, I could not leave or stop! The presentation became magnetic! Clear, precise from beginning to end! What a joy to watch and understand a bit!
@timwoodward9799 2 роки тому
Quite honestly, it's presentations like this that keep me awake at night. I think I can put one on and listen to it and fall asleep. But that doesn't happen. Quite the opposite actually.
@BTugSnug 2 роки тому
It's almost 5am in north west Chicago, about even half way though... I'm still watching
@MrEnjoivolcom1 2 роки тому
"understand s bit." Lol 😆 🤣
@BonnieBeats 2 роки тому
@@BTugSnug 10 to 8 in the morning for me, just been awake all night with the Jake Paul & T Wood fight, I'm far too wrapped into this to turn it off lol, n it goes on for years😂
@WavyyLee 2 роки тому
@@timwoodward9799 can
@rw9207 6 місяців тому
poetically inspiring, intelligent and highly informative to the layperson. Simplifies the science without treating the audience like idiots. A great example of what a good documentary should be.
@poloska9471 Рік тому
Wonderful documentary! Very full of information and to the point, not fluffy, calm, overall nice, one can learn a ton from this. Thank you for making this 👍 ‘twas a pleasure to watch!
@MountainFisher Рік тому
Why didn't the Earth turn into a Venusian hellscape if what we're taught our planet was like is true. It is taught Earth had no free oxygen to oxidize the building blocks of life, but had a reducing atmosphere. But that is nonsense, any planet covered with water H2O would have plenty of free roaming O2, enough to block the formation of life according to the materialist creation myth. Even .5% O2 in the atmosphere would saturate the oceans with dissolved O2. (look it up) This video is bogus on so many counts. Life on Earth started according to fossils 3.6 billion years ago and the video never mentions that there were much higher levels of CO2 in the past, recent geologically, a mere 100,000 years ago CO2 was over 1000 ppm and we had an ice age. This video is Climate Change propaganda. That first fossil life form was photosynthetic and turned our atmosphere into what we have now. City heat islands are what is causing temperature rise most likely, that's where all the temperature records are set. Look at the "Light Pollution Map" astronomers use if you doubt it.
@MaxTheCat49 10 місяців тому
Superb production, based on facts as we know them and... it unexpectedly even covered developmental mindset and existentialism! Thank you.
@sdluedtke7803 4 місяці тому
I’m listening to this again for the fourth time …. And each time I learn new information. I think this Astronomy presentation is one of the very best videos ever made on Solar System Science Astronomy with using and connecting Astrophysics, Chemistry, and Biology. OMG THANK YOU !!! ❤
@TVQuantumUniverse 3 місяці тому
Glad you enjoy it!
@atlienrider6048 4 місяці тому
This documentary has opened my mind to the unknown and inspired me to revise my life memories to better fit with my newly opened eyes. Thank you.
@jimjimmyjam8242 2 роки тому
This video has quickly become my favorite. I have watched it a dozen times now and still find it absolutely fascinating. Thank you so much for sharing this
@MakerMark13 3 місяці тому
I’m obsessed with scale! As an engineer and a father of 4 boys, I’m constantly trying to explain to them just how big this universe is, and equally how small going the micro , they’ve gotten to the point of all chanting “things are big! Things are small!” If I start talking about it 😂 When I was maybe 10, I asked my dad how far a mile was and he said I’ll show you, we got into the car and drove to a country road, and he said starting now and drove a mile. I think about that moment all of the time and this video was like going back to that moment!! Thanks for a great video!!
@bobdigi500 3 місяці тому
That's an awesome dad. I would've loved to have had a dad who would've done that. It's such a simple idea but straight away teaches you while it's on your mind.
@unnamedchannel1237 3 місяці тому
I asked my dad the same question . Not as good of an out come as yours. Answer was “pretty far”
@ihavenoideawhatiamdoing2426 3 місяці тому
I had to do a double take on this to see if I had written it at some time in the past. 😆 I'm also an engineer, and also a father of 4 boys. They are all almost full grown now, but still live at home, and we still have regular conversations about scale, the infinite, relativity, or whatever comes up. It's been amazing to watch their progression from the crazy "what-ifs" of small children to well thought out, and even shockingly accurate, thoughts and theories about life, the universe, and everything.
@aarongreenfield9038 2 місяці тому
Well if you want to give them a bit of scale of say just our Galaxy, You can do that with sand, Just one billion grains of sand would weigh about 11 tons, So that gives you some scale of just how large a number just one billion is to get our scale model started. So if you were to build a scale model of the Galaxy using grains of sand, And being that each star is about 5 light years apart on average in our Galaxy, on that scale you would have to put each grain of sand about 5 miles apart, now take into account our Galaxy has between 300 to 400 billion stars, so take about 300 billion or so Grains of sand, about 3300 tons, and put them on average 5 miles apart from each other, and that's about a scale model of our Galaxy using sand. Then take into account there are trillions of Galaxy's in our observable universe, some that contain trillions of stars. And the Galaxy's themselves about 10 million light years apart on average, And the farthest ones being billions of light years apart from each other.
@darknexus4286 7 місяців тому
I very much agree. If I want to relax, doze, and meditate then this is one of my channels that I go straight to. Very soothing and incitement. There is another channel I enjoy as well in the same manner. If I remember correctly it is called cosmic voyages.
@spacesightseer 3 місяці тому
The more I get to read and know, the less my hope gets and far less the possibilities I give to find other intelligent life, given the things we know so far. It is really a pity that we waste our short existence time only to destroy our own so rare intelligent lives and beautiful world.
@Uberjoel 5 місяців тому
Damn... I almost shed a tear when he describes the landing of curiosity!
@MikeGameOver 2 місяці тому
I stay awake to this.
@TVQuantumUniverse 2 місяці тому
you must be the only one! people come here to sleep!
@suzieb8366 2 роки тому
Amazing! What collectively some humans can acheive and understand is quite astounding and can understand the saying "Beyond our understanding" there is so much out there, we will never learn about it all but the fact we keep trying says something about us mere mortals.
@lostthenfound3160 4 місяці тому
I really liked what he said at the end. I always believed that space travel is almost a suicide mission because people don’t understand how big and how far away everything is but maybe we do need to take that step.
@JeffreyKB 2 місяці тому
I have watched a lot of videos on this subject and I have to say this is by far the best video I have ever watched. You present questions and answers that are not addressed by other videos. Thank you !! We'll done !!
@TVQuantumUniverse 2 місяці тому
Glad it was helpful!
@themonsterbaby 6 місяців тому
Well done!!
@stuarthammond1009 10 місяців тому
Absolutely beautiful, sensational, gorgeous , awe inspiring but totally relaxing to watch. I simply never tire of this. Thanks for supplying this.
@TVQuantumUniverse 10 місяців тому
Wow, thank you!
@casper01 3 місяці тому
This was a absolute pleasure to watch. Thank you ❤
@TVQuantumUniverse 3 місяці тому
Glad you enjoyed it!
@sukbadaimonghol1089 2 роки тому
I learn more from this wonderful documentary than I do in class room.
@Ultra-Luminary 4 місяці тому
Honestly, it is so good to spend quality time with you! I could never fall asleep on this!!!!
@TVQuantumUniverse 3 місяці тому
You're the best!
@woody5109 11 місяців тому
These are very well done, takes me many nights to get through just one, no fault of yours, I just fall asleep watching anything.
@pharkins 4 місяці тому
THANK YOU!!!!! A thousand times thank you!! To me these are the principles and practices that will carry humans into the future with a positive attitude. I am glad to have found this and will practice these guidelines with my family. I thank you personally for taking the time to post this video.
@TVQuantumUniverse 3 місяці тому
@phyllis9750 Рік тому
So enjoyed this. What an exciting time to be alive. The overwhelming number of humans are still literally just coming out of the cave, and yet we. have Voyager!!!
@myaspyre3919 Рік тому
One of the mysteries New Horizons brought us from its visit to Pluto was the discovery that Pluto, despite being "tiny" and so far from the sun, displayed active thermal geology. Although not directly proved, Pluto has shown signs that it may be warm enough to have liquid water underneath its surface, and hence the possibility of life in the same range that Europa or Enceledus might. The mystery? Where does that heat come from? It was thought that the residual heat from its formation would have long ago extinguished. One of the proposed theories is its moon Charon. Other than the Earth/Moon system, the Pluto/Charon system is the only other known example of two objects large enough to reach hydrostatic equalibrium and within significantly comparable to one another. Pluto and Charon's relative size is closer than that of Earth and its moon, and the orbital barometer is outside the two whereas the Earth/Moon barricenter is inside Earth. As Charon and Pluto orbit each other, the theory goes, the tidal forces between the two is keeping Pluto warm. If the theory holds, the same thing is most likely to be happening on Charon as well. This opens the possibility of liquid water on more distant and possibly older pairs of objects of a large enough size that orbiting each other. I'm not sure how masive those two objects have to be but if the theory holds, it may play out that this is another phenomenon that kicks in when objects are large enough to reach hydrostatic equilibrium. This is something we learned because at the time of the New Horizon's launch, Pluto was still considered a planet, and hence rated a budget that would include a probe being sent to it. Sadly, because of its downgrading, any future missions are doubtful and mysteries of one of the more interesting objects in the solar system will remain unresolved.
@jubed 2 роки тому
Thank you so much for this video. I have trouble getting to sleep and distracting my mind and this always helps me focus on the video and drift to sleep. I've watched this several times now when I feel agitated and it always helps to calm me.
@dannykayibiza4855 4 місяці тому
Wow! Some magical therorys expressed here. Impressive the amount of new exciting evidence uncovered by the Voyager mission over a 14 year exploration of our Galaxy 🤗
@TVQuantumUniverse 4 місяці тому
Wow, thanks!
@ChrisAnderson42 2 місяці тому
I love just listening to this. I learn more every time.
@jimgraham6722 9 місяців тому
Great doco, thankyou. At first thought the distant future for our Earth seems bleak for living things, until you recall it is only ten millenia since the first organised human settlements emerged, and since then in less 100 years after the first powered flight, humans have already walked on adjacent planets and sent robot explorers to the furthest reaches of the solar system. If we can hold it together, by ten millenia from now humans will certainly be an interstellar species.
@omegadroidzero 2 місяці тому
Thank you for this. I watch this and similar ones every night to wind down and sleep. The voice is calming , peaceful, and informative.
@TVQuantumUniverse 2 місяці тому
You're very welcome
@YourFriendlyGApilot 9 місяців тому
Such an amazingly beautiful documentary, thank you!
@TVQuantumUniverse 6 місяців тому
Our pleasure!
@terrybutler5286 2 роки тому
Best documentary I've seen in a long time. Thanks
@jgunther3398 2 роки тому
I really wanted to enjoy it but I couldn't take them talking about photographs but showing us these renderings instead
@josephdonais4778 11 місяців тому
I wonder how long ago it would have been for someone to be called a loon for thinking that one day we would see the stars and planets up close using different rocks and crystals and lightning! If that isn't wizardry, I don't know what is. Thank you for the inspiration. ~ DreadfulBride
@peterlee2386 9 місяців тому
Never get bored watching space docs
@asherbucy4374 2 місяці тому
This is very important for the world to know very interesting
@diaswayne1206 6 місяців тому
I use this to fall asleep first.. thanks, the voice is calm
@TVQuantumUniverse 6 місяців тому
You're welcome 😊
@kphat954 2 місяці тому
I think I have watched this 4 times now. Obsessed.
@bruceh92 2 роки тому
I really like these videos. With each view I pick up something new and interesting. The utter vastness of the universe I'm still trying to get my head around.
@TVQuantumUniverse 2 роки тому
Cool, thanks
@jeffcool9769 10 місяців тому
Thanks for this fascinating presentation, easy to listen to and informative. Bravo!
@johnelliott0101 Рік тому
I’m getting ready to watch this for the third time.
@JayBeeLEEDS 5 місяців тому
These video's are like popping 2 sleepers 👌🏼 not always a bad thing
@kelanritchie8817 4 місяці тому
I've binged this video numerous times.
@RussianVR846 5 місяців тому
While I was asleep I put this on somehow and I woke up today time with this on
@jamesrenschen1725 2 роки тому
Good heavens! This was a neuron firing extravaganza! I watched as if my mouth was agape, during the entirety of this information deluge. I watched this in bits over three evenings. On this third and final night I just kept thinking how I wanted to share this with every curious mind I've met in life. There is so much information I'll have to rewatch this-- but I was nearly in tears with the volume of knowledge I gained watching this story. Thank you for the mind altering and enriching details. I can't wait to share, and rewatch.
@peaches5540 Рік тому
James. I love your wording. Very eloquently written. What an incredible series to watch ❤️
@zabidac1 3 місяці тому
What an amazing documentary. Loved it. Thank you. xxx
@headfella 4 місяці тому
This must have been months of work just writing the script. I caught myself nodding off a few times (I am 75 years old so that’s to be expected) but I’m determined to view the entire 3+ hours. But in 1 hour segments. Carl Sagan would have loved this. The narrator has excellent elocution.
@maurjoy4104 Рік тому
Landing Curiosity safely, the engineering, the effort, the triumph of sucess after an 8-year already remarkable journey is why I do not understand rejecting science... These kind of almost miracles of human possibility are part of what made me proud of humanity as a child. Thank you for this remarkable video. Just awe-inspiring.
@logicplague2077 8 місяців тому
You can thank politicians and the MSM for lying to people for years and calling it science, thanks to them we'll have generations who won't trust anything with the word "science" attached to it, and I honestly can't blame them. It's sad, but true.
@relaxandenjoy2023 11 місяців тому
Watching this video is the same as solving the mysteries of the universe. I am overwhelmed with interesting facts. The universe is an unsolved mystery. Thank you for useful interesting information and beautiful views of the universe. It's like I've traveled the universe!
@TVQuantumUniverse 6 місяців тому
@justfly7730 Місяць тому
This is unbelievable job
@timwoodward9799 2 роки тому
This was done perfectly. I cannot thank you enough for such a wonderfully drawn out, well explained and very accurately detailed documentary of sorts. I have watched and listened to countless pieces regarding the cosmos and I must say.. none of them have come even remotely close to how well rounded and lengthy and informative that this has been. I have watched this and listened to this probably three dozen times. I often listen to it as I lay down to drift off to sleep but I always started off in a different place. Thank you again.
@josephyoung3248 2 роки тому
Oi I k8
@wangson 2 роки тому
Same here!
@minealsomine9663 Рік тому
Perfectly?!? Please if you call multiple mispronunciations of simple words perfect you fail at understanding what perfection is supposed to be
@davidmansoor1364 Рік тому
Pieces? Come down if your high horse. They are documentaries or content. Take it easy. Ur excitement offends me.
@bamboofort Рік тому
Exact same for me. Best sleep story and voice ever.
@OscarBlancoSketchToon_com Рік тому
This is an amazing piece of documental production! The narration, the flow, the level of detailed information, the music. Sooooo enjoyable, up to the point that I can even have it as a background ambiance while I work!
@rogergeyer9851 11 місяців тому
Pscar Blanco: Actually, I think the background music is likely Aphex Twin style ambient music. I recently found this music genre by accident and it is super relaxing, thought provoking, and can be background music for many activities. You can find many samples on UKposts, buy it on Amazon if you like it, etc.
@harleyhendrix8467 9 місяців тому
It reminds me of the educational videos the substitute teachers would make us watch in school so they didn't have to actually work and teach us something. But we also wanted this more than learning something from them... sonit worked out
@user-ib9op9kq2k 9 місяців тому
Yea yea
@AmarjeetSinghA1 9 місяців тому
@AmarjeetSinghA1 9 місяців тому
@pusmaster 2 місяці тому
Love This
@crystxlzx6442 6 місяців тому
I accidentally fell asleep to this video and it was the best feeling in the world. Well made and well narrated, good job 👏
@TVQuantumUniverse 6 місяців тому
Wow, thank you! But EVERYBODY Falls asleep to this, every night!
@stephenwest6738 Рік тому
This is the best put forth in years. Also I was listening to this while driving. On I40, in Tennessee.
@tarab3746 5 місяців тому
Finally started to listen to this while I get ready for work, and while I’m cleaning. I think my brain associates this with sleeping and it now creates a relaxation response.
@TVQuantumUniverse 4 місяці тому
You got this!
@dbm4365 2 роки тому
I always come back to this video. It's full of information and just keep me keen on learning more. Every time I watch it, I learn something new. Thank you
@Tubular899 4 місяці тому
Utterly fascinating. Thank you and good night.
@TVQuantumUniverse 3 місяці тому
Glad you enjoyed it
@JasonMasque13 2 місяці тому
I learned from this. I don’t sleep, just watch these videos.
@SnarkNSass Рік тому
This was fun 😊 My favorite part was the two old guys running around on Triton. 😂😂
@francoisona 3 місяці тому
"Well, quite wonderfully, we still don't know"... The humility of science. ❤
@Necrozene 2 місяці тому
This is the best.
@keith-marvk-harrisii8666 2 роки тому
The last half hour is an amazing, thought inspiring monolog.
@pumpkinpie8235 2 роки тому
@marknovak6498 4 місяці тому
I have listen to the over the night in my sleep, and now again during a satureday. It takes my understanding of the solar system to a new level. I also wonder more than ever, are we are unique in the universe.
@gregpodmore2850 3 місяці тому
Great video, thanks for sharing 👍. I am fascinated with this topic, and your knowledge has changed my mind on quite a few things. 👍👍🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿
@TVQuantumUniverse 3 місяці тому
Glad it was helpful!
@brodyascherman5694 3 місяці тому
I love waking up to this stuff
@bearfightsninja 4 місяці тому
This is totally delicious to the brain. I keep watching, listening , and sleeping to this. 🎉
@TVQuantumUniverse 3 місяці тому
@dennistate5953 7 місяців тому
Praise God! I AM an erupting geezer! You Sir are a Rennaissance Man and a fate healer!
@Skybutler70 2 роки тому
"Well, quite wonderfully, we still don't know." So nicely put and I love it when scientists have no problem pointing out that there's things they don't know. Great narration, by the way!
@TVQuantumUniverse 2 роки тому
Well said!
@whatsnext9512 2 роки тому
It's interesting how they acknowledge that they simply dont know what's happening in our back yard, yet religiously certain that we all came from nothing that exploded and absolutely sure how long ago it happened.
@WhatisAPaladin Рік тому
@@whatsnext9512 not religiously certain.. god doesnt exist silly, we are scientifically certain that the big bang happened 13.7B years ago. (yes we even have a number) unlike god who died 2022 years ago? i think?
@james_win Рік тому
@@whatsnext9512 it's a theory. If course they dont know with 100% certainty, so far it just fits with observations, calculations, and data. If something were to come along and challenge the current view point then it will be modified to fit the data and observation. The only dogma in science is truth.
@hl8333 Рік тому
I'm attempting to watch it thoroughly tonight/morning
@ronaldzincone7764 4 місяці тому
A wonderful and informative astronomy documentary!!!
@agendrairbendr1717 3 місяці тому
That joke at 34:50 is said so seriously that it broke me. I love this video
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