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Inside neutron stars we can find the weirdest and most dangerous substance in the universe: Strange matter. What is strange matter, how dangerous is it and what can it tell us about the origin of the universe?

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Arya Mahardika
Hi kurzgesagt! I really love all of your video! Really interesting! But i hard understand it because of my bad listening and reading in english, can you make it better by adding Indonesia caption/subtitle? I will be love it so much to watch it everytime:)
Abishek Soundararajan
Please Make a video on Earth 2.0 - Kepler 452b.
Grapes Gorilla
What's the 100th video going to be on, I wonder!
Nathaniel Lewis
Ice-9 anyone?
Agung Guritno
No Indonesia subtitle : (
Reason2 Craft
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Can you do heisenbergs uncertainty principle?
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R.r. Theninja
It seems unlikely that the principles discussed here would come to bear, seeing as the universe tends towards disorder and expansion.
Caden Monterosso
Who would win
Thanos
Shaggy at %100 power
Duolingo bird
Strange matter
Sonica The hedgehog
Except, as you said, THEORETICALLY speaking, Strange matter could convert everything else into more strange matter, BUT, no one knows.
Ravi Rajyaguru
Who would win?

A purple mad titan with infinity stones

OR

One strange boi
Preston Crespo
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Lori BE
WOO SO STELLAR!
Nat Comeau
What a great video!! You lost me with the Kessler Syndrome video a while back but this definitely brought me back. What a great way of exploring a new branch of physics and finding something that looks entirely plausible in our universe!

Edit: Kessler not Kepler
Ahmad Yehia
Neutron stars are the densest things that are not *U R M O M*
BOSSL3V3L
So if a strangelet hit a star what you would get is a perfectly stable perfectly stable dense indestructible star that gives of very dim light.


So in other words and infinite (but weak) energy source.
Lil Zally
That sounds fun.
Gaurav Sharma
Worst channel name ever. Impossible to search for it everytime.
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