Why This Stuff Costs $2700 Trillion Per Gram - Antimatter at CERN


  1. QuestToBeTheBest

    QuestToBeTheBest22 menit yang lalu

    Thats why we have space. All of the antimatter destroyed most of the matter but not all of it.

  2. Canna Tellya

    Canna Tellya3 jam yang lalu

    Nah...it doesn't matter!

  3. mongopipes

    mongopipes4 jam yang lalu

    You could make anything exciting!

  4. anthony jenson

    anthony jenson6 jam yang lalu

    So finally we will make a bomb with that....

  5. Sanglun Neihsial

    Sanglun Neihsial13 jam yang lalu

    Let them.not find anti"scisyhp lrig"cos i love Physics Girl, her talks so.. cute n her looks made happy😘

  6. Andrew Craner

    Andrew Craner21 jam yang lalu

    10:33 A laptop from 1893? Wow! Cool!

  7. Richard Gates

    Richard Gates23 jam yang lalu

    "rarest and potentially most dangerous on Earth, and scientists are..." playing around with it.

  8. The Studio

    The Studio23 jam yang lalu

    she's so excited about anti-matter. that's just how i felt when i first found caffeine free dr pepper

  9. Medoo Vlog

    Medoo VlogHari Yang lalu


  10. Richy Rich

    Richy RichHari Yang lalu

    The lady giving the tour sounds like elon musk in girl form.

  11. Neelesh Kumar

    Neelesh KumarHari Yang lalu

    I don't know how many of you noticed but physicsgirl looks alot like Judy Greer from Big Bang Theory's s03e21 Buzzinga!!!! Do watch that episode.

  12. Weebiest Katarina

    Weebiest KatarinaHari Yang lalu

    What if outside the observable universe is a mirror universe made of antimatter... and what if the big bang was the result of a collapsed matter and antimatter universe colliding... what if it will eventually happen again? What if I've been here, in this exact same spot, typing this exact same comment, except I was typing it in French and it was 37.4 billion years ago...

  13. Sergio Giacomo Sammartano

    Sergio Giacomo SammartanoHari Yang lalu

    You should have come during the CERN Open Days!!! That was amazing!!!! :D

  14. Rohit Duhan

    Rohit DuhanHari Yang lalu

    Such a long video and no Robert Langdon reference ?

  15. Rohit Duhan

    Rohit DuhanHari Yang lalu

    That's simple isn't it? Why we don't have antimatter. That's because if there was, it would've reacted with the matter already to go poof. It's like which one we have more of, matter or antimatter.

  16. Himanshu Oswal

    Himanshu OswalHari Yang lalu

    6:15 Did she just said Niggatron ?

  17. Marciano Demidof

    Marciano DemidofHari Yang lalu

    Or poof💣💥😊

  18. nateross14

    nateross14Hari Yang lalu

    It would be awesome if Antifa-matter and the left collided and annihilated each other.

  19. oilfortheworld

    oilfortheworld2 hari yang lalu

    i look the Video from 4:35 with 0,25speed this is Funny :)

  20. Video Game Show

    Video Game Show2 hari yang lalu

    This show is anti-show..

  21. Nimaj Da Great

    Nimaj Da Great2 hari yang lalu

    It doesn't matter how much matter they find. All I know is that it doesn't matter.

  22. Pradel Elien

    Pradel Elien2 hari yang lalu


  23. Lone Wolf

    Lone Wolf2 hari yang lalu

    Our future will be safe making this kind destructive energy? I hope so. I love science but science has enemies too. If this antimatter got into wrong hands? plz i bag for the future generations and humanity. KEEP IT SAFE.

  24. XSkillerX99

    XSkillerX992 hari yang lalu

    Wait, if annihilation occurs if anti matter touches any matter then wouldnt it be obvious why there is no readily available antimatter? Dust in space would Cause annihilation and if The anti matter gets too close to a planet simply touching the atmosphere would also cause annihilation meaning we can't Do anything with it so long as We Use matter for studying it

  25. Konan Konan

    Konan Konan2 hari yang lalu

    +Physics Girl I think that woman is into physics girl . There is a spark isln her eyes

  26. Bob Vasquez

    Bob Vasquez2 hari yang lalu

    If a nuclear plant has no power it becomes a danger. If CERN has no power cause by an NEMP or by some disaster will CERN be a danger.?

  27. ThrustFrom Behind

    ThrustFrom Behind2 hari yang lalu

    Everybody: "We now have the same destructive power that the U.S once had to themselves" The U.S: *Watches this video*

  28. ThrustFrom Behind

    ThrustFrom Behind2 hari yang lalu

    Antimatter: *Exists* Me: Matter killer >:)

  29. FBI

    FBI2 hari yang lalu

    Great! Now I can buy it on Wish for $1

  30. Dara Shikoh

    Dara Shikoh2 hari yang lalu

    I love your enthusiasm, its simply raw and pure :) Go Girl!

  31. Numb9

    Numb92 hari yang lalu

    Everything you see is vibrating light bouncing off your eyes. Raise your vibration and edit the physical

  32. Haim Ben Avraham

    Haim Ben Avraham3 hari yang lalu

    Why on Earth would they want to fool around with that ' stuff'?

  33. Thaye

    ThayeHari Yang lalu

    Because it's exciting to explore the edges of our collective knowledge and try to expand them outwards. Also I am certain some countries or military-industrial corporations would be interested in discovering any potential practical applications of antimatter, unfortunately so.

  34. Jerry Gundecker

    Jerry Gundecker3 hari yang lalu

    The most dangerous stuff on Earth is Republican politics. And it breaks the economy every time it takes effect, and jobs come only from McDonald's and Amazon warehouses. Poof! It's more expensive. Antimatter comes in second.

  35. Bakdi Abderrahmane

    Bakdi Abderrahmane3 hari yang lalu

    what you people are made out of matter

  36. THGraham

    THGraham3 hari yang lalu

    Hmm what if each sun we see was an anti matter explosion? Which is why we don’t see any anti matter, it already had its reaction with matter, we just see the result.

  37. IMK

    IMK3 hari yang lalu

    I can pay any amount to buy this antimatter ... coz i have billions and trillions and quadrillions of Antidollar.... 😉

  38. Tina Corbett

    Tina Corbett3 hari yang lalu

    Tell a 10 year old they can't do it. They'll do it.

  39. dave mau

    dave mau3 hari yang lalu

    It's not dangerous but 1 spoon of it can compare to 10 nuke what a nice explanation

  40. J W Harvey

    J W Harvey3 hari yang lalu

    In Dan Brown's book Angels and Demons, published May 2000 this whole subject was explained very well for the lay person. This means you are almost twenty years late with this information.

  41. DysfunctionalDean

    DysfunctionalDean3 hari yang lalu

    I watched this and it was on 2,222.222 views... hello angel numbers 👋 If you know, you know. 🙂

  42. Fabricio Sasaki

    Fabricio Sasaki3 hari yang lalu

    Anti-protons cost $3 quadrillion and don't even have an Apple logo stamped on it.

  43. John Kean

    John Kean3 hari yang lalu

    Can someone tell me why quarks are so quirky, leptons are so lousy and bosons are such bozos. Is it _because they don't exist_ only in Planck's ( _et al_ ) imagination 🤔 that's why bosons are so elusive because they're not real.

  44. John Kean

    John Kean3 hari yang lalu

    Why is there never anyone around at CERN where are all the Scientists - they're supposed to be there searching for Higgs's Boson. They'll never find it in a million years especially if they don't turn up at the office: its like somebody opened the box and Schroedinger's cat wasn't inside to begin with 🤔 or when you search for them they all turn into waves and only return as particles if you stop looking for them 🤔

  45. John Kean

    John Kean3 hari yang lalu

    Modern Science is like a Cream Puff: just as soon as you try to eat it it crumbles away into insignificance.

  46. John Kean

    John Kean3 hari yang lalu

    Modern science is like a diet: you can see the Cake but you can't eat it.

  47. John Kean

    John Kean3 hari yang lalu

    How come modern Scientists can convince Nobel Laureate Institute but not the general public 🤔

  48. John Kean

    John Kean3 hari yang lalu

    Antimatter is like sleeping - its a dream ie Virtual. Like modern science: which is Philosophy.

  49. Urahara451

    Urahara4513 hari yang lalu

    Dianna is smart, funny, nerdy and gorgeous. Anyone know where I could find a girl like her lol?

  50. John Kean

    John Kean3 hari yang lalu

    Why is modern science full of stuff you can"t see or CGI

  51. Ger

    Ger3 hari yang lalu

    In the future China will mass produce anti matter, and them accidentally anihilate everything within a radius of a few hundred lightyears.

  52. steve Taylor

    steve Taylor4 hari yang lalu

    It sounds like the age old question, are there unicorns? and find out how many dwarfs can ride on the back of the unicorn, have a great day

  53. Fahd Abdul Rahman

    Fahd Abdul Rahman4 hari yang lalu

    CERN discovers antimatter CERN stocks and stock holders 😏

  54. iChanne

    iChanne4 hari yang lalu

    they a holding aliens in those boxes...

  55. Hannah Boswell

    Hannah Boswell4 hari yang lalu

    Off topic but I have a suspicion from the way she moves that this scientist in the zebra shirt might have EDS, she reminds me of myself and she is wearing the zebra stripes our mascot!

  56. sheffooo Productions

    sheffooo Productions4 hari yang lalu

    maybe we cant find antimatter cause is fillet with matter , who knows.universe has many surprises.

  57. A Rasvan

    A Rasvan4 hari yang lalu

    but we would measure antimatter weight in anti-grams therefore, one GRAM of antimatter would cost -$2700 trillion

  58. Big_Mike NYC

    Big_Mike NYC4 hari yang lalu

    So, if anti matter could be produced affordable, what would society do with it? Nuclear energy, weapons?

  59. Craig Corson

    Craig Corson4 hari yang lalu

    From the description: "CERN produces 3e7 antiprotons per AD cycle or about 1e15 per year". Isn't 1e15 equal to...one? Or do I not know what I'm talking about?

  60. Craig Corson

    Craig Corson4 hari yang lalu

    @MikeRosoftJH I give up.

  61. MikeRosoftJH

    MikeRosoftJH4 hari yang lalu

    @Craig Corson I have written "1*10^15" for clarity because you have been confused about what the "e" means. And you are still confused. Once again: 1e15 is 10^15. It's not 1, and it's not 10^16. 10e15 is 10*10^15, or 10^16 (which can also be written using the "e" notation as 1e16).

  62. Craig Corson

    Craig Corson4 hari yang lalu

    @MikeRosoftJH And you still have not answered my very simple question. You wrote "I have written it as 1*10^15". Of what use is the 1 in that expression? Here's a new one: if, as you claim, the e denotes 10^, then why did Elise write 1e15 when she could have, should have simply written 10^16, or 10e15?

  63. MikeRosoftJH

    MikeRosoftJH4 hari yang lalu

    @Craig Corson So you *don't* know what the "e" represents. 1e15 is not 1, it's 10^15 (in order to make it clear what the number before the "e" represents, I have written it as 1*10^15 - just like 2e15 is 2*10^15). 10e15 is not 10^15; it's 10*10^15=10^16. The "e" does not represent the exponentiation operator (which is usually written as "^" when superscript is not available); it represents "*10^".

  64. Craig Corson

    Craig Corson4 hari yang lalu

    @MikeRosoftJH Don't condescend. I know what the e represents. You haven't answered my question. Why did you write 1*10^15, when 10^15 is sufficient, or 10e15? As I said in my original comment, 1e15 = 1. Dianna has made an error, or rather, Elise has, whoever that is.

  65. Robert Billing

    Robert Billing4 hari yang lalu

    Great explanation, thanks. BTW when I was an undergraduate in Cambridge I used to walk past Dirac's rooms on the way to supervision every week. (New court St John's A staircase. )

  66. Clyde Cessna

    Clyde Cessna4 hari yang lalu

    Geneva WAS the home of the League of Nations (The US refused to join) and IS home to certain organs of the UN like UNESCO.