TRUE Limits Of Humanity - The Final Border We Will Never Cross

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Is there a border we will never cross? Are there places we will never reach, no matter how hard we try? It turns out, there are. Even with sci-fi technology, we are trapped in a limited pocket of the Universe and the finite stuff within it. How much universe is there for us and how far can we go?

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  1. Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
    Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
    Місяць tagasi

    Hey Everybody! So this video is a remake and remaster of an older video that has a mistake in it. You can watch the original here: What is the mistake? In a nutshell: In the original video we said that it was PHYSICALLY impossible to leave the local group and reach other galaxy groups. That the rest of the universe is moving away from us too fast to catch up. But that’s wrong. It is not PHYSICALLY impossible to leave the Local Group, just extremely unlikely that we’ll ever do it. BUT: If you have a lot of time and a fast spaceship you can still get to a limited amount of galaxies - these galaxies will eventually get out of reach forever but until then, they are technically within reach. So why did we keep the video up and didn’t purge it when we deleted our addiction and refugee crisis videos? Well, it has to do with the nature and severity of the mistake: We did talk to a few astrophysicists to ask them what they thought and if we should take down the video. Their feedback was pretty clear, they thought it was still fine as the universe expansion things explained in the video are correct and they didn’t consider the local group thing as too major. This was actually a case of “good enough”. Also, back when this original upload happened, Kurzgesagt was operating at pretty tight margins and just redoing a video was not easy for us. Back then the team was small and we were fighting to put new videos out. So we just swallowed the bitter pill and kept the video around. But the video still bothered us, as far as we know this was the biggest unfixed mistake on the channel. Super frustrating, especially because the core idea of the video is so fascinating. The limit of our species. The actual limit. So yeah, we finally remade the video, sorry for taking this long, life got in the way. The original video will stay up, you can compare the two if you want to see how far we have come in a few years in terms of production quality. All in all, we could only grow the channel and work on getting better because of direct support from you guys. So thank you for that. - Philipp PS: If you want, check out our shop for some new posters about the universe posters and black hole plushies and stuff like that:

    1. Fire Harry
      Fire Harry
      2 päeva tagasi

      yea me and my class at school watch your interesting videos and we enjoy them especially my teacher LOL

    2. Darren Marquis
      Darren Marquis
      12 päeva tagasi

      If we look at space through the eyes of science? We will never understand the meanings and true origins. We are all source beings that were all created at the beginning, and we have have live countless lives. You are connected to everything in the universe and soon enough those who recognize their true nature will be able to connect with all of the beings in the universes. How? We are already connected, we are all one. Look at the spiritual side of the universe. It may lead you into a place of better understanding and less speculation by ‘science.’ Just a thought Love to all❤️

    3. I’mActually Not a furry
      I’mActually Not a furry
      13 päeva tagasi

      The good news is that by the time this event horizon is past its very possible that interstellar travel will be possible

    4. Ba'al's Bastards
      Ba'al's Bastards
      17 päeva tagasi

      You said via scifi technology... so a quantum entanglement teleportation system... travel the universe in all of 30 seconds...

    5. Neo 89
      Neo 89
      22 päeva tagasi

      In these days to admit that you made a mistake and took the effort to correct that "issue" shows what this channel really is. I thank you so much for your efforts and hope you guys stay healthy. Your Work is awesome and well seen from many friends of mine. Mistakes are normal, the thing is how you aproach them. You guys take care :) and thank you again.

  2. El Draco
    El Draco
    13 minutit tagasi

    Each video is a new way we’re all going to die So comforting

  3. isentropic troublesome
    isentropic troublesome
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  4. It gets worst
    It gets worst
    39 minutit tagasi

    So the whole universe is trying to get away from us

  5. Darren
    44 minutit tagasi

    I'm an ex neo-vedantic (hindu roots) new ager. I used to be into so much cosmic sh*t: channelings, ancient wisdom, gurus, psychedelics and mystics. I was enlightened then 6 years ago I got properly enlightened/converted by the *Holy Spirit* which showed what a fool I was. Spirit led me to the real *Yahshua/Jesus Christ* and everything changed. This is being born again. It escapes the notice of our self-obsessed and glamour soaked world but we're in a spiritual WAR for souls; the immensity of ignorance is astonishing: the dark powers bedazzling the minds of the masses. We've inherited an ancient spiritual subversion: the earth is fallen, the holistic fields of nature are fallen state - nothing is as was meant to be. Mankind is a spiritually fallen race highly prone to deceit and delusion. It's often remarked that hinduism, buddhism et al came long before Christ as if it's a valid point. But it ain't. Jesus came in the fullness of time, when He meant to in the course of history. As a new ager I didn't wanna believe but in the *Light of Spirit* Jesus really is the *Way, the truth and the Life* just like He said and He meant it literally: no one comes to God except through Jesus, there's no other way (Matthew 7:13-14). As a neo-vedantist I wasn't convinced but turns out the Bible is Spirit breathed, written by men inspired by the Holy Spirit. Jesus is beautifully portrayed and endorsed in the new testament, in fact he's apparent in the old testament too (Luke 24:27 & 44) and by the *Light of Spirit* we're allowed to *see* that and *know Him.* The Bible is the Revelation of Jesus Christ. We're in the the end-times for real. It's serious sh*t. In a world obsessed by esoterism and "going within" Jesus is quite *exoteric* - He will come again from *without.* Satan's comin at us all guns blazing with notions of love and unity. But Jesus said He comes not to bring peace but a *sword* and with it He'll divide the world: the wheat from the tares, the goats from the sheep. There'll be much wailing and gnashing of teeth. Jesus said we must be born again of *Spirit* to see the Kingdom of God.

  6. Octo
    53 minutit tagasi

    Ellony Musk in 230 years, probably: "Remember when they thought we wouldn't cross that border?"

  7. Goddest Madrid
    Goddest Madrid
    59 minutit tagasi

    so if we're .0000000001% of the universe, but 94% is gone then we're like a 10th of the universe which isn't that small wtf.

  8. theunseen010
    Tund tagasi

    'even with scifi technology' .. have you ever watched or read scifi?

  9. Ferreira Neto
    Ferreira Neto
    Tund tagasi

    What if the ether theory is correct somehow and it exerts resistence against light, causing redshift due that resistence through huge distances? In this case, there is no expansion and the Universe jut SEEM to expand because we think the redshift is Doppler effect instead of thinking about is as the photons losing energy through their travel through space. .. And what if this expansion is something else? The only thing that accelerates through time is freefalling. What if the Universe is freefalling to all directions at once, as if iit is being attracted by other universes uniformly distributed around it? And what if the expansion is jut a way to save video memory and CPU usage time eliminating distant objects through time to compensate the increasing of our observational capabilities and the complexity of our technology, conscience and relations? Quite like a videogame, what if the Universe needs to choose what it will render to ensure the time-space works right, to avoid slowdowns that, otherwirse, could ruin physics - that is strongly time-dependant. What if?

  10. Pavithra Variyar
    Pavithra Variyar
    Tund tagasi

    you should really watch -TIMELAPSE OF THE FUTURE: A Journey to the End of Time (4K) melodysheep. it's amazing! and you'll the true meaning of existential crisis

  11. CMDR Skeitch
    CMDR Skeitch
    Tund tagasi

    I'm sure the ancients thought "never" too... Imagine how they would feel if they saw what leaps we have made today. "That's impossible!"

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  13. GDemonator
    Tund tagasi

    Wait what'll happen when our galaxy goes goodbye?...

  14. AmazingMaćk
    2 tundi tagasi

    10:35 Quality > Quantity... Why not Quality & Quantity?

  15. Green Creeper 3000
    Green Creeper 3000
    2 tundi tagasi

    If I get this right, we might be smarter then future Entities

  16. Jolmex
    3 tundi tagasi

    It’s kind of like when you’re tying your shoes while walking with a group and the other people in the group don’t wait for you. By this I mean that humanity is you tying your shoes. We’re trying to hurry up as fast as possible so we can catch up and see the rest of the stars before they’re gone forever. But we’re preoccupied with trying to figure out the small things first like getting humans on another planet. Or another way of putting it: Your friends are going out for ice-cream but you have chores to do first so you get upset.

  17. Ryan Walker
    Ryan Walker
    3 tundi tagasi

    How they know this though

    3 tundi tagasi

    I like to think we are quarks or small organisms of something much bigger, like a cell within a human body and we are the cell of something much bigger

  19. Deniz Ulusoy
    Deniz Ulusoy
    4 tundi tagasi

    I don't know why but i feel alone

  20. Kyle Carson
    Kyle Carson
    4 tundi tagasi

    The darkness is vast endless light has its limits

  21. XalphYT
    4 tundi tagasi

    This video mixes the _what_ with the _why,_ a common danger. Astronomy videos are better when they describe the observable universe, not when they try to explain why it is what we see. The _why_ of most human explanations has the lifetime of a ripe banana, and are replaced just as easily. It is folly to believe that any of our current theories will withstand time.

  22. Stephan Ng
    Stephan Ng
    4 tundi tagasi

    Guys, this is just talking about linear transportation. Einstein Rosen bridges might be possible, which means that it still is possible that we can interact with that 95%.

    1. Stephan Ng
      Stephan Ng
      4 tundi tagasi

      Also, not to mention any form of time travel decreasing distance (super far fetched, but still).

  23. SpaceGhoul
    4 tundi tagasi

    Thanks for giving a tremendous amount of existential crisis and knowledge...

  24. Imre Lindqvist
    Imre Lindqvist
    4 tundi tagasi

    I dont think so

  25. Harvey Tomas
    Harvey Tomas
    5 tundi tagasi

    Maybe its never ending process of big bang. Maybe that's why we are alone because we are already an advance civilization in the past big bang and then get separated because of the expansion of the past big bang. I think this process of big bang will continue forever.

  26. Mig Feliciano54
    Mig Feliciano54
    5 tundi tagasi

    Quarintine would be better if our science teachers showed us this persons channel everytime

  27. Timelord2001
    5 tundi tagasi

    *But!* ... What about FTL travel, as by warp drives and / or hyperspacial drives? And what about those wormholes that luminaries like Carl Sagan told us about?...and yes, I've watched the Kurzgesagt video about Wormholes. If we could learn to create them artificially (and control their exit points), or else to fold space (as in Frank Herbert's DUNE saga), then it's possible to expand our Cosmic boundaries beyond what this video gives us.

  28. Sebastian Leon
    Sebastian Leon
    5 tundi tagasi

    This is beautiful

  29. Pitchblende
    5 tundi tagasi

    "Even with scifi technology" smh didn't you see the TNG episode Where No One Has Gone Before where they travelled to the edge of the universe where thought became matter? :P

  30. Coogi Molly
    Coogi Molly
    6 tundi tagasi

    Why do light rays look like sperm??

  31. The ASH_Brothers Gacha
    The ASH_Brothers Gacha
    6 tundi tagasi

    i think this is just another story i think but i think the expansion of the universe has some explaination this is just a theory i made but i think another universe is coming towards us cause if you think about it how CAN a universe expaned so uhh thats my theory

  32. Chele Claro
    Chele Claro
    6 tundi tagasi

    yeah the video gives us a perspective of how small we are and also how infinitive we are too. blows my mind

  33. Chele Claro
    Chele Claro
    6 tundi tagasi

    the graphics of the video is amazing

  34. Tiago Piccoli
    Tiago Piccoli
    7 tundi tagasi

    I really enjoy these videos and how you guys take so much time to make sure everything you say is backed by scientific fact. However, scientific fact ALWAYS comes right after scientific theory. We are on the verge (even though time is relative) to understanding how the fabric of the universe is malleable, therefore, we CAN jump to distant star systems even though mathematically traveling at the speed of light it's impossible. I say this because the ending to this video is very depressing lol. But as we discover newer things, we have proven we are able to make the impossible possible.

  35. EarthKiwi
    8 tundi tagasi

    the fact theres most likely a planet out there where humans look like among us characters is very strange

  36. Santa Alejandrina Erazo Murillo
    Santa Alejandrina Erazo Murillo
    9 tundi tagasi

    Lets Thank this dude for doing this over 6 years

  37. Harriet Yeo
    Harriet Yeo
    9 tundi tagasi

    Gym ghh*v*hv* v

  38. Sultan Mehmood Ghaznavi
    Sultan Mehmood Ghaznavi
    9 tundi tagasi

    lol! you won't even leave earth before judgment day!

  39. eddie escobido
    eddie escobido
    10 tundi tagasi

    Finally. Sees a video who think were also encased inside a roundlike sphere where many universe inside.

  40. astronmomii
    10 tundi tagasi


  41. Colin Tompkins
    Colin Tompkins
    11 tundi tagasi

    *instant transmition*

  42. DJdevil319
    11 tundi tagasi

    This man just told you something very important “We are living the end of a era” Lots of things are going ti change for us

  43. Kyle Wilkison
    Kyle Wilkison
    12 tundi tagasi

    Great video I loved the info!!!

  44. Yamedo
    12 tundi tagasi

    yes yes... but how does this make any sense? do you truly believe all of this came from something the size of a marble? the universe isnt popcorn yknow...

  45. Buppy
    12 tundi tagasi

    9:00 let's say that galaxy is our universe, is the darkness outside of the universe something? Is that darkness part of the universe too? What's outside of the universe?

  46. Love Edvardsson
    Love Edvardsson
    13 tundi tagasi

    So if we can't move outside of the local group, then there is a point where humans just can't survive any longer? Or would it be possible to live without active stars or anything just having floating ships around a completely dark space?

  47. Sherif Essam
    Sherif Essam
    14 tundi tagasi

    Question tho. If all those galaxies are moving away from us towards the cosmological horizon due to dark energy. Are we not also moving towards that horizon with them?

  48. The crusader
    The crusader
    14 tundi tagasi

    7:14 ciao!

  49. Srb Florin
    Srb Florin
    15 tundi tagasi

    "The universe is rushing away from us". I wouldn't blame it

  50. cine extreme
    cine extreme
    15 tundi tagasi

    For the universe is expanding to be balanced then over time retract and expand like pooling a string

    1. nieooj gotoy
      nieooj gotoy
      14 tundi tagasi

      gravity, where as local clusters are all moving apart.

  51. s71402san
    15 tundi tagasi

    Stars orbit the center of the galaxy so technically they can't rush away

  52. Get your wish
    Get your wish
    15 tundi tagasi

    foget about science, create an animated tv show i like your style

  53. Get your wish
    Get your wish
    15 tundi tagasi

    you dare use we and our, you didnt tought that you could be misgendering us ?

  54. OCTO8R
    16 tundi tagasi

    True limits of humanity are in the absence of unified paradigm of perception. Basing on irrational and contradictory traits, You split yourself apart as a species. Traits, that have nothing to do with so bravely promoted watchwords like evolution, growth and development. Contradictory nature of humanity will always be prone to pull the vision away from resposibility, pure morality and constructive evolution of the entire species.

  55. perfectstardust
    16 tundi tagasi

    This is terrifying

  56. m 88
    m 88
    16 tundi tagasi

    Every part is reachable if wormholes are real

  57. --
    16 tundi tagasi

    How do you get to 94%? Doesn't this mean that the universe could be way older than 13.9B years old, and that everything else passed the border before?

  58. Pharath Of Avondale
    Pharath Of Avondale
    16 tundi tagasi

    Bro, it decays into other matter, its called the balabia, the tear in the spacetime arises other geometry. As it expands everything speeds up, so it remains static at continuous increasing velocity. While density between the two horizons gains mass from the seperation of the null vacuum into another increasing big bang. Because the structure of something can't sustain stability inside an increasing tension so is surely bound to rip and open up secondary pockets of something from what is underneath. The remaining dark matter is the underlying smaller compositional matter occuring inside those shreds of spacetime in the expansion.

  59. Jelle Davelaar
    Jelle Davelaar
    16 tundi tagasi

    Question: if stars and milkyways and so on move out of our border (move away from us faster than light)why dont we see them anymore eventualy? Their light still shines backwards to our local group/ our planet?

  60. isaicasanova42nd
    16 tundi tagasi

    You say it like you know it for a fact. 🤣

  61. alice spiller
    alice spiller
    17 tundi tagasi

    Muito obrigado por todas às legendas em português 💓

  62. TooMuchYak
    18 tundi tagasi

    8:02 a few billion years me: *in 4 billion years*

  63. Object155
    18 tundi tagasi

    basically there is an omega civilization that started the big bang

  64. karthik harsha
    karthik harsha
    18 tundi tagasi

    What if super inteligent evolved aliens are present at 4 million light years away but we can't see it in present 😪😪

  65. SlurpyPanda
    18 tundi tagasi

    Bro ur videos are legitimately better than school

  66. Alex Reyda
    Alex Reyda
    18 tundi tagasi

    Thanks for the great video. I never understood how galaxies could collide if they are all moving apart. Now I get it. Galaxies within local clusters are being pulled together by gravity, where as local clusters are all moving apart.

  67. Dangus Stangus
    Dangus Stangus
    18 tundi tagasi

    Is it normal to start sweating and crying while watching this?

  68. Adam
    19 tundi tagasi

    A lot of "Nevers" in this video that are likely incorrect. A Type III civilization (i.e. a civ that has harnessed the power of an entire galaxy) without faster than light travel seems like quite a stretch.

  69. Robo Heat
    Robo Heat
    19 tundi tagasi

    I wanted to cry ...

  70. Franco Aguilar
    Franco Aguilar
    19 tundi tagasi

    If we could figure out a way to use and traverse dark matter with a sentient techno matter that could interminable with dark matter but maintain its integrity, couldn’t we travel faster than the speed of light? And if so, couldn’t our offspring reach those areas, observe and return information to us?

  71. Sleepy
    19 tundi tagasi

    Really makes me hope the big crunch is the end, not heat death.

  72. Nadia Moon
    Nadia Moon
    20 tundi tagasi

    This is oddly depressing

  73. Uruuha
    20 tundi tagasi

    This makes me wonder, Maybe we are just "Late comers" to the Universe. I bet when we go discovering Alient Planets, We will find Ruins and Dead Alien Civilizations buried under Deserts and Oceans.. We don't find anybody out there today maybe because all Civilizations have thrived for past 10 Billion years and have died !!!

  74. Lolo Trololo
    Lolo Trololo
    20 tundi tagasi

    I wonder if maybe scientists are more upset with the fact that we'll never know what was before the Big Bang.

  75. Jeremy Lentz
    Jeremy Lentz
    20 tundi tagasi

    I guess we better invent that warp drive then

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  78. Ab Wd
    Ab Wd
    21 tund tagasi

    We can go further if we go slowly to mars then a littel farther away keep doing that till we are ate the edge of our galaxy i call it planet hopping Then go to another galaxy

  79. Yming__Playz
    22 tundi tagasi

    Wait I have something to say So wait now that I think of it when the universe dies does everything reset??? But is thst even possible? For the universe to die? Will everything reset and we start over again?

  80. iGalYaiR
    22 tundi tagasi

    This assumes light is the fastest way to pass data. But humans has always found a way to crack the universe, from RF waves to quantum entanglement. I think it is early to say what we can do or can't in the future. We might be able to use quantum entanglement to travel in 0 time this will allow us to go to those unreachable galaxies.

  81. Jaden L
    Jaden L
    22 tundi tagasi

    What about wormholes

  82. essential oils
    essential oils
    22 tundi tagasi

    Exactly my thoughts when I cant cross the invisible wall in a free roam game

  83. ImMouldyJim
    22 tundi tagasi

    So.. the universe is a fish; and as we all know there's no such thing as a fish!!

  84. BahamutEx
    22 tundi tagasi

    Super sad. :( Btw what's with sci-fi super ftl speed and or wormholes?

  85. Darth Vader
    Darth Vader
    23 tundi tagasi

    Of all the things to worry about this is up there with the stupid ones

  86. SchneeStern
    23 tundi tagasi

    well if we invent time travel we can go back to when all the galaxies are in reach. Border much

  87. Jah Gaming
    Jah Gaming
    23 tundi tagasi

    Sounds like a simulation. If you can’t leave then the life we living is probably a game like sims

  88. Husky
    Päev tagasi

    Milkdromeda…. who came up with that name

  89. garcipat
    Päev tagasi

    These assumptions base on the point htat we will never be able to travel faster then light.

  90. Dharam Kalia
    Dharam Kalia
    Päev tagasi

    Waking up without coffee is frightening to me. Not this.

  91. another bored patron
    another bored patron
    Päev tagasi

    Scientific discovery has an observable trend of being less accurately predicted the longer projection reaches forwards in time. 30-50 year trends are fairly likely to vaguely resemble an innovation that may occur in the same way it was envisioned. Even if the timeframe is no where near the same. ---------------- Things that are 30-50 years out, e.g. super-intelligent Ai, planetary space colonisation, human genetic enhancement, self driving efficient transportation, better nuclear or sustainable energy, high strength plastic digesting enzymes & lab grown foods being a viable global food supply; these are already developing technologies. So their theoretical success has been tested in many ways; they are unlikely to become impossible altogether. Though things like economic viability and production failure may put them from a 30 years to 120 years thing. Highly intelligent robots and flying cars for example were projected to already be here by projections 50 years ago. That is not an impossibility today, the timeframe was just inaccurate. 1million year projections though.. Well our understanding of science will be a point of a decimal of what we will understand by then. It will be even more extreme a difference to a doctor prior to the knowledge of cells or pathogens predicting how we might achieve immortality by advances in divination and elixirs; compared to anti-aging understanding of today. The very forces that push our universe inexplicably apart & why atoms appear in two places in space or possibly time is yet to be understood. We could find a way to collect particles that are tied off somewhere else in space, then elastic our way through the space fabric to the location instantaneously? We would be absolutely laughing at our vague ideas of how we thought we had to physically move through space hundreds of lightyears. ------------- Unforeseen things beyond our current comprehension could render all our current understandings of limitation instantly unfounded. This is highly likely to occur in any projection over several thousand years. This is the nature of discovery, why it is so exciting, the unknown will appear and with it the destruction of an preconceived limitation.

  92. Hector Tio Salamanca
    Hector Tio Salamanca
    Päev tagasi

    Im so sad I will never be able to see all of this.

  93. RyanAcklesian
    Päev tagasi

    Please remake The Big Bang Video. I really love that video.

  94. Zapato Cryz
    Zapato Cryz
    Päev tagasi

    What if we've expanded past the point of seeing other parts of the universe where not everything is a spiraly shaped cluster of stars. And now we think that galaxies and stars are all that's possible because we're in some sort of star/galaxy cluster. We have as static a viewpoint as people born in Milkydromeda

  95. Geri _nk.
    Geri _nk.
    Päev tagasi

    That light looks a bit sus

  96. dae-dae Da-costa
    dae-dae Da-costa
    Päev tagasi

    One word - heaven

  97. The Ninnyhammer Snoutband
    The Ninnyhammer Snoutband
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    Sounds cliche, but there are no limits. Everyone will know soon enough.

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  99. DollarStoreBarronTrump
    Päev tagasi

    We’ll never be able to see anything outside of our logic. Imagine if somehow we can teleport to the edge of our observable universe: the defiance of logic and physics that could be there could prove everything we know wrong. It’s so frustrating that even in our quest for knowledge, we’ll never know the truth about anything. I’m just pissed now.

  100. Blixer
    Päev tagasi

    The fact that everything will be gone and never ever seen or heard about is just horrifying