One Punch Man Moon Jump | Because Science Live!


  1. Because Science

    Because Science7 bulan yang lalu

    Thanks for watching super nerds! Some corrections: it’s *Uranus* that’s tilted as I described, not Neptune. I knew what the comment meant but the comment had the wrong planet, my bad. Also, I assumed that Earth could be tidally locked in this orientation, but it wouldn’t have to be, and so one side of the planet wouldn’t necessarily be in perpetual darkness. Thanks for keeping me honest! See you next week - kH

  2. videokai

    videokai7 bulan yang lalu

    Because Science : Why are there such a small amount of dislikes on your videos. Like there are 3K likes and only 46 dislikes. Is it bc your vid is long? Or they just don't like you for some odd reason. It's interesting

  3. Jason Dolph

    Jason Dolph7 bulan yang lalu

    Hey Kyle, you were talking in one of the episodes I watched today about concentrating the power of the whole sun. There is a hypothetical megastructure called a Nicoll Dyson beam that does just that, and there is some craaaazy math involved that might be fun to run the numbers on. Isaac Arthur over on the SFIA channel did an episode on them.

  4. RayZar X

    RayZar X7 bulan yang lalu

    It was 3 seconds not 20

  5. Szarekh the Silent

    Szarekh the Silent7 bulan yang lalu

    @Killa117 pro yeah... but would humanity survive his trip to the moon?

  6. Jhontroy Verocel

    Jhontroy Verocel7 bulan yang lalu

    Because Science is it possible for human to have a animal or insect DNA to be able to transform into one of them?

  7. MrFreeman012

    MrFreeman01211 hari yang lalu

    Dude... Electric cars are not in any way good for the environment. Where the hell do you think the electricity comes from? It comes from coal... Nobody ever seems to think about this. The only feasible way I can think of to make transportation totally clean is nuclear energy, and I really don't know how anyone would go about making a nuclear powered car. That being said, transportation is only responsible for a small fraction of America's total emissions. The energy sector is the most responsible. Also, I highly doubt the feedback loop of melting ice caps would be that bad... Considering it wouldn't last forever. Eventually, the ice caps would be gone and the feedback loop would stop, for whatever it's worth. BTW, I assumed you knew this, but now I'm not so sure. The ice caps have been totally absent for most of Earth's history... We're in an ice age *right now,* as an ice age is just a period of time where Earth has polar ice caps.

  8. Jeremiah Vanbuskirk

    Jeremiah Vanbuskirk15 hari yang lalu

    Ik this is gonna be really late but you should make a video about what would really happen to the earth if Saitama would jump from the moon to earth that fast

  9. Hades2Eros

    Hades2Eros23 hari yang lalu

    What will happen first: the earth stop rotating or being pulled into the sun?

  10. Scott

    ScottBulan Yang lalu

    So if we through a whole heap of foam cups in the ocean it will reflect all the sun's rays and save the world ?

  11. Cooper Walker

    Cooper Walker2 bulan yang lalu

    Nah, not self driving cars, its gonna be the new iphone with 3 cameras!

  12. Waldo Botha

    Waldo Botha3 bulan yang lalu

    Hi Kyle. I hope you get to see this, but can't someone protect electronics from EMP's by having a shell or enclosure of magnets?

  13. Connor S

    Connor S3 bulan yang lalu

    So in your opinion, if we created some kind of mirror wall, reflecting some of the light back into space. Would this help with global warming on a whole?

  14. Reg Eric

    Reg Eric4 bulan yang lalu

    Wait a second. I thought you were a physicist.

  15. iDeemi

    iDeemi5 bulan yang lalu

    What Have You?

  16. Isma Yoko

    Isma Yoko5 bulan yang lalu

    Invention that will change the world is Minovsky Particle

  17. Adam Hicks

    Adam Hicks6 bulan yang lalu

    More likely a character with even stronger connection to The Green in the DC Mythos would have a better chace at helping with global warming.... SwampThing for instance.

  18. Waxoff Waxon

    Waxoff Waxon6 bulan yang lalu

    Goron digests rocks with hyper acide. Rocks contain water and chemical energy.

  19. LessAmericans

    LessAmericans6 bulan yang lalu

    Would it be possible at those forces to essentially kick the moon out of it earth orbit?

  20. Walter

    Walter6 bulan yang lalu

    Kyle: "if we do that" Also Kyle: "I already did that"

  21. Parris Carter

    Parris Carter6 bulan yang lalu

    Dub is so much better than sub

  22. Keith

    Keith6 bulan yang lalu

    I'm not a fan of self driving cars.

  23. SammichBro

    SammichBro6 bulan yang lalu

    You could call this jump FREEFALL: Five percent Relativistic speed Exercise Emitting Five-million Atmospheres of pressure Launching a Lummox

  24. purpleiguana

    purpleiguana6 bulan yang lalu

    Given equal and opposite forces, how much would Saitama's jump from the moon affect the moon's orbit around Earth? If he's jumping back to Earth, then he's pushing the moon away from Earth. The question is, is it enough to matter?

  25. Christopher Swift

    Christopher Swift6 bulan yang lalu

    Forgot the ?

  26. Christopher Swift

    Christopher Swift6 bulan yang lalu


  27. Christopher Swift

    Christopher Swift6 bulan yang lalu

    Can you do shape shifter’s that when they shift their clothes never change or get ripped.

  28. Social Paranoia

    Social Paranoia6 bulan yang lalu

    (before you going off of rough numbers)The problem your not attending to is that plants on avg grow at 1400ppm of carbon content. Right now we are at 400ppm. And have been for a while... In corn fields the amount on avg is 200ppm.on avg a corn field will remove half of the carbon in the air.... If you speed up the rate they take it in in effect you will cause plants to remove all carbon and inturn plants will die, then all life that relies on the oxygen plants create are also killed... Also carbon alone is not really the issue with global warming. Since it takes doubleing the amount of carbon in order to even raise the temp by 1 degree. And then double that amount to raise it by 1 again... At that point plants will already be growing better and consuming more and more carbon... So really it will take hella lot for us to raise the temps through carbon emmesions alone. Sorry for my spelling lol

  29. AB SinTeta

    AB SinTeta6 bulan yang lalu

    DUB!!! Fucking DUB

  30. ThePostCreditGuy

    ThePostCreditGuy6 bulan yang lalu

    I have a point and question for u that probably no one gave a thought.. i mean technically if u are in vacuum it should suck out the air from u .. so he was strong enough to hold his breath in vacuum. ??

  31. Kemari Campbell

    Kemari Campbell7 bulan yang lalu

    Should I watch One Punch man???🤔

  32. Pniko

    Pniko7 bulan yang lalu

    Goron’s are actually a fascinating subject. Notice the often were near volcano locations. I wonder if they did any kind of prepping before eating the rocks. Certainly be interesting video on acid content to literally eat rocks.

  33. Pniko

    Pniko7 bulan yang lalu

    What would Saitamas serious punch do in the ocean? Quite curious now as water both dampens and greatly amplified forces location depending.

  34. Boredperson360

    Boredperson3607 bulan yang lalu

    Wouldnt saitama accelerate to an even faster speed than 5% sol? If he starts out at 5 an then travels for several secounds before hitting the earth wouldnt he gain more speed during the travel since its space? Or am i mistaken?

  35. jag519

    jag5197 bulan yang lalu

    What could you do to protect against EMPs? would an EMP fry electronics that are turned off? Would it fry something in a Faraday cage?

  36. Kongmeng Vang

    Kongmeng Vang7 bulan yang lalu

    One juuuump!!!

  37. SaCeuran

    SaCeuran7 bulan yang lalu

    Poison Ivy: Yes, she could help with global warming . The growth of plants requires them to remove carbon dioxide from the air, so if she induced massive growth it would lessen the greenhouse effect. This of course depends on several factors. If the plants grew where the albedo of the planet is low, the increased absorption could increase heat retention or balance the effect of CO2; grown in other places, the excess plant growth would be like the rain forests, a huge carbon sink. She could also choose to grow undersea plants, which would both suck up carbon and lower the concentration of carbonic acid in the oceans, which would absorb more CO2 from the air as a result. I'm sure there are other ways I've not thought of she could use her powers to save the planet.

  38. SaCeuran

    SaCeuran7 bulan yang lalu

    As for the impact of a Mars sized body on Earth, I feel like there is answer. A Mars sized body may have collided with Earth already called Theia which threw up so much of the Earth's mass (plus some of its mass) that it created the Moon. I suspect that a similar impact now would throw up less ejecta since the Earth was entirely molten at the time, but not too much less. Earth is still mostly molten beneath the crust, which is a tiny fraction of the planet over all. The difference could be negligible, and due to the Moon's gravity would probably not result in another Moon. I'd guess the Moon would accrete much of it and become more massive.

  39. SaCeuran

    SaCeuran7 bulan yang lalu

    I have to disagree with your future tech answer. I can think of at least two, possibly three things more impactful than autonomous vehicles. The first is CRISPR tech, which has the potential to revolutionize food production, drug production (via getting bacteria to make them like we have done with insulin), and perhaps even eliminating genetic diseases. The second is graphene, which has the potential to revolutionize computing, body armor, medicine delivery, battery technology, and so many other things that I can't list them. More realistically the third is solar power, for obvious reasons. I know it exists practically, but it could be so much more.

  40. Gustavo Laita

    Gustavo Laita7 bulan yang lalu

    We all wanted him to say Thor on the last question, don't we?

  41. Chromium Ranger

    Chromium Ranger7 bulan yang lalu

    No music? Awe. (Sad face)

  42. Ardeth Sorrel

    Ardeth Sorrel7 bulan yang lalu

    All hail Science Jesus.

  43. karsten69

    karsten697 bulan yang lalu

    So, not only did Saitama create a crater on the moon, but did he kick it out of orbit though?

  44. Pniko

    Pniko7 bulan yang lalu

    karsten69 well sources currently are finding it’s likely titanium. Also mathematically hollow as well plus undersized to be of normal material. Simply due to how much gravity or pull on our oceans it has. To answer this fully probably would be equating earth to moon gravity bond strength. Then assess if Saitama exceeded that pull between the two.

  45. Finns Ej

    Finns Ej7 bulan yang lalu


  46. Arch Solphire

    Arch Solphire7 bulan yang lalu

    Potential spoiler alert Kyle, Dr Strange has magic, theoretically, he shouldn't need a physical body. We already know He has a spirit/astral form. I fully expect a dusted body to be a minor inconvenience to him. His brain my be dust, but his mind should be very much alive.

  47. OJD Creative

    OJD Creative7 bulan yang lalu

    Thanks for including my comment in your great show. Made my day!

  48. Some Kid

    Some Kid7 bulan yang lalu

    Let's do a bit of a thought experiment for a second: Plants have existed for so long that they literally created our current atmosphere. In the pursuit of that process, they started as really inefficient converters of CO2 to oxygen, and had to progressively improve over time, as in, they're the best they've ever been at converting the one to the other. By contrast, oxygen consumers have only been especially prevalent during the period after photosynthesis had already caught on, when oxygen was a semi-abundant resource. If the globe warms due to excess CO2, the plant as heatsink will either improve in its ability to sink heat, or the ones who are especially impervious to heat will proliferate in excess until the globe begins cooling again. Regardless, we have the tools literally at our fingertips, and they're not going anywhere. New technologies will abound in the coming century, is really where I'm going with this


    Syz.nz7 bulan yang lalu

    can saitama beat goku?

  50. Reffrey Plays Stuff

    Reffrey Plays Stuff7 bulan yang lalu

    Hey Kyle I know you use 59 kg for Saitama's weight but you should keep in mind that he is canonically stated to weigh 70 kg.

  51. neocomer

    neocomer7 bulan yang lalu

    Everything that needs to be invented has already been invented. But we can improve on those inventions. That's all that's happening

  52. dtip4life 8472

    dtip4life 84727 bulan yang lalu

    It depends how hard is the object he propels he self off. The Moon's composition is loose compared to something like steel. The huge bulk of the force would be projected in the opposite direction to the direction his body moved from the Moon. If the Moon was made of steel then much more energy will dispersed on the Moon's surface. Here is another example. In Superman 3 Superman after he caught the Empire State building he held it by the corner. In real life the weight of the building would break from the corner he was holding. If the building was built with far stronger material than he could fly with it holding it by the corner.

  53. Ebabil Turco

    Ebabil Turco7 bulan yang lalu

    oh god yes

  54. Grim reaper

    Grim reaper7 bulan yang lalu

    Wait what Season 2 is almost out.....

  55. critical shit

    critical shit7 bulan yang lalu

    Can you show how you make these ?

  56. th4tguy

    th4tguy7 bulan yang lalu

    Hey there fellow science fan. Gotta say love the show, but I am worried you're getting trolled into talking about your hair more often then not. Your info is legit, but I worry your getting duped into being more vain than you are. You're too nice for the internet and we need to protect you. Thanks for making the videos!

  57. Brazen Hammer

    Brazen Hammer7 bulan yang lalu

    Forget about global warming I like my 1940 Chevy, everyone else can just stop farting or something. 😂

  58. Brazen Hammer

    Brazen Hammer7 bulan yang lalu

    @Pniko it has a 91 dodge v8 in it

  59. Pniko

    Pniko7 bulan yang lalu

    Brazen Hammer could just drop in a more efficient engine and bolt it to your transmission.

  60. Cooper H

    Cooper H7 bulan yang lalu

    no one: Kyle: what have you

  61. Gravity Gravy

    Gravity Gravy7 bulan yang lalu

    Can this comment get more like than the pinned comment?

  62. Hunter Wilde

    Hunter Wilde7 bulan yang lalu

    13:36 wouldn't that be more of a hypothesis, not a theory; as it does not describe the nature of the phenomenon, it just purposes the possibility of the phenomenon?

  63. Crono Luminara

    Crono Luminara7 bulan yang lalu

    Smart boy Kyle you shoulda said Eldrozie you know they scare you lol

  64. renato hoxha

    renato hoxha7 bulan yang lalu

    Man i think i lost my hair from these one punch man videos

  65. Evan Alden

    Evan Alden7 bulan yang lalu

    I really dont want self driving cars...eck...not that i dont want people to die.

  66. David Sarilaksana

    David Sarilaksana7 bulan yang lalu

    What happened to the sound quality?

  67. Mr.Diesel

    Mr.Diesel7 bulan yang lalu

    Didn't that emp guy play MW2? smh

  68. Fakenit66

    Fakenit667 bulan yang lalu

    How do you shield electronics from an EMP?