Physicist Brian Cox Explains Black Holes in Plain English | Joe Rogan

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  • Published on Jan 29, 2019
  • Taken from Joe Rogan Experience #1233 w/Brian Cox:
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  • jr
    jr Hour ago

    He looks like the child rapist on the green mile

  • FBI
    FBI 13 hours ago

    cox speaks about black holes
    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

  • I'm just saying
    I'm just saying 16 hours ago

    Lol, this info is outdated. It was a cute theory back in the days. It's deceptive in paper, if you suppose everything to support the theory, but there are no black holes in actual universe. If there is at least one, please give the location.

  • Edgar Torrijos
    Edgar Torrijos 17 hours ago

    Where is Tony Bravo?

  • Juan Carlos Senor-Clinton

    From the thumbnail I thought this was Joe rogan and Theresa may

  • Adarsh Sojitra
    Adarsh Sojitra 21 hour ago

    He is so calm and coool! We need more people like him on Earth!

  • Hipster Doofus
    Hipster Doofus 23 hours ago

    He didn’t see shit on 1054 AD

    • Savage King23
      Savage King23 22 hours ago

      Hipster Doofus by we he means the Chinese astronomers who saw it, come on think

  • Polina Makdisi
    Polina Makdisi Day ago

    Cool guy

  • Andrey White
    Andrey White Day ago

    Black holes are the things I put my dick into

  • Hard Cora
    Hard Cora Day ago +2

    Crazy how guys like him used to be thrown into prison

  • tizzle razzle
    tizzle razzle 2 days ago

    Brian cox looks like aa 85 ur old trans

    • Big Man
      Big Man Day ago

      I dont like your comment. Now me and my monster friend are going to kill you.

  • Steven Hall
    Steven Hall 3 days ago

    Shut up Cox.

  • Open Source
    Open Source 3 days ago

    A limited mind who never saw their great grand parents talks of infinity

  • Days of my Life Podcast

    brian cox would make a great acid trip guide

  • Caleb Camat
    Caleb Camat 3 days ago

    Insane

  • Arran Macca
    Arran Macca 3 days ago +2

    Loved his show on the science channel

  • Morgan Lautz
    Morgan Lautz 4 days ago

    pretty sure thats Rodney Mullen

  • Snowman speaks
    Snowman speaks 4 days ago

    wake up joe....

  • Snowman speaks
    Snowman speaks 4 days ago

    It's what he THINKS,not what he KNOWS.

  • Snowman speaks
    Snowman speaks 4 days ago

    you cannot know about black holes...its a thumb suck...and you all swallow it

  • Bush quantum physics icall

    Explains these machines I read about in ancient text it's one flying away...

  • - GreatFun4us
    - GreatFun4us 4 days ago +1

    I was getting ASMR tingles listening to him talk. I like how he explained black holes and other stars too.

  • are nuzzle
    are nuzzle 5 days ago

    So have they physically seen a star explode and turn to a black hole .

    • Yal Rathol
      Yal Rathol 4 days ago

      you can't see a black hole. so, that would be impossible. all you can see is the light refracting around one from the immense gravity, and stars don't usually line up all nicely and let us see a black hole at the moment of its birth. also, black holes are tiny compared to their stars, a black hole with the mass of the earth would be the size of a peanut, so infinitely tiny, pitch black objects moving at high speed? kinda hard to spot in ideal conditions, forget at the exact moment of creation.

  • Carlo Gambino
    Carlo Gambino 5 days ago

    black holes are where angels travel through from faster than the speed of light from one location of the universe to another. They receive commands from God who is transcendent and then travel back to Earth through the black holes to carry out the commands God has given them. The entire universe all the way up to Gods Throne have trillions and trillions and trillions of angels all in rows worshipping God for billions of years continuously.

  • David Ashmore
    David Ashmore 5 days ago

    It's over there show me one but it's just like evolution it's only a theory

  • Amben
    Amben 5 days ago

    joe "mind blown" rogna

  • Ian Carter
    Ian Carter 6 days ago

    HOLO FRACTAL SCALAR STRING UNIVERSE 😍

  • Dr Phil
    Dr Phil 6 days ago +7

    What a lovely chap
    And the British accent makes it sound 1000000x smarter

  • Mighty Mooo
    Mighty Mooo 6 days ago

    He’s just saying a bunch of words and smiling? How can he back it up & show us what he’s talking about???
    Are we that gullible?
    I’m not saying the earth is flat but the earth is flat

    • Carlton Banks
      Carlton Banks 5 days ago

      Are you serious? He's a well known physicist

  • Deejay Swifty
    Deejay Swifty 7 days ago

    Seeing men and women get so excited over science used to be something to poke fun at for me when I was younger, in school and wanted to fit in. You couldn’t fathom how much I regret not being one of those people now. Now I see a majority of a younger generation just as excited, but they aren’t looking at the universe, nature or history, they are counting little blue thumbs, red hearts and ‘retweets’. None of those things can change the world for the better. I missed the boat - the last boat, and I’ll always regret it. I hope Brian (and anyone else alive with the same knowledge and enthusiasm) live for a very, very long time.

  • Tom Noyb
    Tom Noyb 7 days ago

    Cox alludes to the more interesting questions: 1) what does the event horizon look like from the inside? 2) What does the matter look like inside? Is it a point in the middle as Cox suggests? + My conjecture you ask? I say the inside of a black hole looks like our universe, because we are in fact, inside a black hole ourselves. Presuming Big-Bang correct (it's not, but if it were...) and all the mass started at a point, that mass could never escape its own black-hole-ness (Schwarzschild). And if our universe never escaped, we are in a black-hole ourselves.

  • RE-L Mayer
    RE-L Mayer 7 days ago

    i could listen to this guy all day

  • Express Action
    Express Action 7 days ago

    If you like.

  • Prince Devitt83
    Prince Devitt83 8 days ago +1

    Bryan is such an intelligent and nice dude. Amazing. Would love to talk to hin About Physics. He can say it, so even i can understand it. :o

  • KacperM
    KacperM 8 days ago +1

    I tried to sleep listening to a podcast. BOOOOM and I’m up 😂. Can’t be mad at Dan Lok though.

  • Karasu Edits
    Karasu Edits 9 days ago +1

    So how do we know what is beyond our solar system when we haven’t even explored it? 🤔

  • Charlie gunner
    Charlie gunner 9 days ago

    Cox don’t have a clue

    • Edward chap
      Edward chap 8 days ago

      And I'm sure you do. Now go deliver those pizzas, son.

  • Gene Code
    Gene Code 9 days ago

    Make a movie where tells the tale of people in space ship that has passed the event horizon. And they are slowly crushed by gravity.

  • Destrate
    Destrate 9 days ago +1

    Brian Cox, thank you. I love learning about physics.

  • Mike L
    Mike L 11 days ago

    I like how Joe pretty much knows the general answer to the questions he's asking, then the bad acting comes out when he seems surprised by the answers. Entertaining and insightful anyways.

  • Brayden Headrick
    Brayden Headrick 11 days ago

    I'm by no means a physicist but I've always been interested in relativity

  • steve bell
    steve bell 11 days ago

    Oh snap I thought it was about black ho's hahahaha . jokes girls :)

  • krazymunky
    krazymunky 11 days ago

    is my asshole considered a black hole?

  • Grateful Dad
    Grateful Dad 11 days ago

    Still don’t understand it

    • steve bell
      steve bell 11 days ago

      Basically its a whole lot of stuff squashed into a small ball and the gravity is so strong it keeps pulling lots more stuff in lol

  • Keith Kim
    Keith Kim 12 days ago

    Damn I thought that was Rodney Mullen in the thumbnail

  • joshua fiddy allen
    joshua fiddy allen 12 days ago

    Thank you

  • Tyson
    Tyson 12 days ago

    Basically we be flying around in never ending,diminishing circles until we fly up our own ass and disappear .

  • Admv
    Admv 12 days ago +1

    Still amazing to see how people are in the comments like: God created the universe and in the bible there are no black holes. Get educated.

  • Handsome B. Wonderful
    Handsome B. Wonderful 13 days ago +20

    Understand that a black hole is not really a ‘hole’ it’s an infinitely dense point/mass of unbelievably powerful gravity that’s surround by a black sphere. The circumference of the sphere is basically the distance from the centre point of the black hole that no ‘matter’ ‘gas’ ‘light’ etc can escape from.
    When considering a super massive black hole, you’re considering a point of gravity that has been fed over the course of many billions of years, which has caused growth of gravity point, it’s strength and hence forth it’s event horizon.
    My theory is that when supermassive blackholes continue to grow in strength, they’ll eventually consume whole galaxies, other supermassive black holes and their galaxies, so on and so forth over the course of billions, if not trillions of years.. and then at a time again, everything that is in the universe will be condensed into a singular point before reaching critical mass and woaaaahhhh Big Bang.

    • Aj Lax
      Aj Lax 11 minutes ago

      I am replying so I can pull this thread back up. Thank you for sharing valuable and intriguing information with us all

    • damn you youtube
      damn you youtube 4 days ago

      +Derik Henderson you aren't wrong

    • Derik Henderson
      Derik Henderson 4 days ago

      Excuse my ignorance of being able to fathom the universe....
      I always thought a Black Hole was a way to describe an immense object crunched so hard together that there is no void between particles. Just a soup of high energy particles that are very close together, unlike normal matter that is mostly empty space between the nucleus and the electrons. This unbelievably crunched soup of particles is so dense that it is unbelievably heavy compared to normal matter. This heavy and dense mass soup pushes so hard against the space/time fabric of the universe that it bends it.
      It bends it so hard that it is like an old fashioned deep water well in the middle of a wheat field. That’s why it is called a Black Hole, like a deep hole in the ground.

    • damn you youtube
      damn you youtube 4 days ago

      +DianaDeLuna you aren't lying its like finding an oasis in the middle of the dessert it is a thing of beauty

    • DianaDeLuna
      DianaDeLuna 5 days ago +1

      I've found a thing of rare wonder: an intelligent conversation in the comments section on You Tube. This is what I scroll for. Thank you.

  • luap nigrub
    luap nigrub 14 days ago

    If apples are 1/6d per pound ...how far can a one eyed kipper swim in a barrel of teackle ? When you can answer that you will have a chance on the mystery of the universe.

  • absolutetuber
    absolutetuber 14 days ago

    It’s fun to sit and ponder this stuff. I wonder if we’ll ever get all the answers or understand it completely

  • Bud Man
    Bud Man 14 days ago

    Sorry but that American guy sounds dumb as Hell!

  • Noah Forester
    Noah Forester 15 days ago

    Briam kinda looks like a fucking alien

  • Ken Biggs
    Ken Biggs 15 days ago

    Joe you look like crap, seriously unhealthy.

  • Cory A. Stuart
    Cory A. Stuart 15 days ago

    Based on his knowledge of quantum physics, it's obvious that Brian Cox has figured out a way to manipulate space-time and make himself appear to be 30 years old.

  • wristsinside
    wristsinside 16 days ago +14

    Dude looks like Rodney Mullen's twin brother!!!

  • redmangoaty
    redmangoaty 16 days ago +2

    is that a serve-bot shirt?
    this guy is a genius.

  • Nathan Allen
    Nathan Allen 16 days ago

    This is cool and all, but how exactly did mankind even get this kind of evidence? Did we send drones and find them? And if so how would we figure out whats causing these anomalies, other than pure theory?

  • everything guala
    everything guala 16 days ago

    Mates a smart mehn

  • DEFEAT
    DEFEAT 17 days ago

    This guy reminds me of eddy redmayne.

  • Sean Ennis
    Sean Ennis 17 days ago

    I wish I could just sit and listen to this man in person for 15 minutes...the knowledge he would share would be awe inspiring

  • ABLE2OVER
    ABLE2OVER 17 days ago +1

    My ex-wife had a black hole in it expanded the galaxies

  • TrapsterJ
    TrapsterJ 18 days ago

    He seems like the kind of guy who could call you a cunt but still feel like he was saying it in a nice way.

  • Lance Daigre
    Lance Daigre 18 days ago +1

    There is a xenos threat in the Kyper belt it must be eliminated.

  • rocker4577
    rocker4577 18 days ago

    I'll rewrite this headline for you - "Snake Oil Salesman makes up scientific sounding nonsense so he can sell more books and TV shows."

  • Aleksander Ervik
    Aleksander Ervik 18 days ago

    A brilliant psysicist, and, more importantly, the man who inspired Johnny Depp's version of Willy Wonka.

  • Amirhosein Herandy
    Amirhosein Herandy 18 days ago

    I love this man.

  • Floord ford
    Floord ford 18 days ago

    It just looks like a black hole because of the event horizon. Its more accurately described as a gravity ball. Inside is a star but light cant escape.

  • Trey Keys
    Trey Keys 18 days ago

    We’re learning about basic stuff like this in my astronomy class. Absolutely crazy how stars work

  • csmall1221
    csmall1221 18 days ago

    I mean really though, isn't all this just a bunch of speculation of what this person thinks? Or are these facts?

  • S. Carl
    S. Carl 18 days ago +1

    wow that sounds so interesting and you explain all that stuff so well so we'll trust you and take your word for it because you are sanctioned by the always honest authorities that run this great world we live in. thank you for enlightening us - i think I'm starting to get it - i love space and one day i want my own r2d2 and an x wing fighter but i will try to fly clear of those black holes! hey why don't you fly one of those probes in one of those black holes! maybe it comes out in heaven! or hell? because we know they exist too because i learned that in church and i believe it! - those church people - they are so nice they always remind me how much god loves me and wants to have a special relationship with me and help me go to heaven and father joseph said he wants to teach me all about it again and give me another massage after my next alter boy training!

  • KeyMagee
    KeyMagee 18 days ago

    This man looks like fucking Tommy Lee

  • Gruagach. Iron Shoes
    Gruagach. Iron Shoes 18 days ago

    Hes a smart man but this is theory like the big bang we know next to nothing about space and the planets in our own solar system, we dont even know how half the things in the earth above and below the water, they said Samarians were first civilisation and we've been around 10,000 est yet the have found pyramids in Bosnia where the soil covering it is carbon dated 12,000 and the pyramid is 25,000 years old.

    • rent a shill
      rent a shill 18 days ago

      Sadly they are NOT 'Facts that have been verified by scientific analytic testing' they are pseudo scientific claims, that have been refuted, debunked and rebuffed by most of the worlds leading archeologists. There have even been whistleblowers from with in Osmanagich's own team that have accused him of falsifying results, planting finds and worst of all destroying real archeology because it doesn't fit with in his own pet theories.
      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bosnian_pyramid_claims#Scholarly_reception

  • Butt-head
    Butt-head 18 days ago

    "It's quite cool."
    It's fucking terrifying that's what it is.

  • beans 81
    beans 81 19 days ago

    Could listen to Brian all day. Really recommend his podcast the infinite monkey cage

  • Jonas Gyllander
    Jonas Gyllander 19 days ago

    "We saw a supernova in 1050 AD" ... wtf are you talking about bro?! I wonder how they "know" all these things about the universe just by looking through a telescope.
    Its all just a made up theory. There is no way to know how heavy a star billions of miles away are.

    • gixelz
      gixelz 18 days ago

      You really have no idea what you're talking about, do you. Like, 0 knowledge of what you're even criticising.

  • Pink Starburst
    Pink Starburst 19 days ago +1

    Getting asmr while filling up on the knowledge

  • Isa Hunter
    Isa Hunter 19 days ago

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • DSRReacts
    DSRReacts 19 days ago +4

    Brian cox is my professor i'm so lucky.
    The genius that he is believe or not it is very hard to follow him during a lecture.

    • MidshipApple 716
      MidshipApple 716 18 days ago +1

      DSRReacts BURRRNNN

    • DSRReacts
      DSRReacts 18 days ago +6

      +BLT This is a TVclip comment not a thesis so grammar doesn't matter. Cox teaches physics not English which, guess what you.. you won't believe this but grammar doesn't really matter in physics only numbers and algebra matters. Manchester university is the uni btw they probably wouldn't accept you tbh.

    • BLT
      BLT 18 days ago

      Unis are really going downhill if you've got Cox as a prof with that grammar.

  • Cyn 91
    Cyn 91 20 days ago +2

    I want to marry Brian Cox 😍

  • Tourettes Orc
    Tourettes Orc 20 days ago

    I heard to put into perspective that the mass of Mount Everest is equivalent to cubic centimeter (sugar cube size) in a neutron Star... I just can’t comprehend that no matter how well someone can explain it

  • Michael Bryant
    Michael Bryant 20 days ago +1

    i has black holes

  • Dimitri Moreira
    Dimitri Moreira 20 days ago

    Please have him come more often. Such a brilliant man, such an amazing discussion. Such a timeless opportunity to share the mic with Brian Cox. Please Joe, just invite him again and again. There's still so much to talk about. Quasars, the possibility of a multiverse, how is the search for a "law of everything", as Hawkings used to say, going.

  • Old Boy
    Old Boy 20 days ago

    black are theory only never been seen that's CGI images you see artist rendition buddy ALL CGI

    • KeyMagee
      KeyMagee 18 days ago

      Huh. No shit. Its almost as if THEY'RE JUST ARTIST RENDERINGS AND ITS IMPOSSIBLE TO VIEW A BLACK HOLE

  • James
    James 20 days ago

    Apparently a teaspoon of neutron star matter would be as heavy as a mountain

  • Liam Wilson
    Liam Wilson 21 day ago +1

    black holes are fake

    • Edward chap
      Edward chap 16 days ago

      Nice one man, well done. Now go deliver those Pizzas.

  • Kaesar Sm
    Kaesar Sm 21 day ago +2

    This means we cant use black holes for space travel or time travel. Everyone'll just get smooshed stuck lol

  • Mynamejacob
    Mynamejacob 21 day ago

    Joe 'won't use google' Rogan.

  • imnotbatman
    imnotbatman 21 day ago +4

    Brian is a hundred times smarter than Neil deGrasse Tyson. He doesn't get as much media attention though which is slightly upsetting.

  • C B
    C B 21 day ago

    Everything about black holes are educated guesses........

  • Jack Daniel
    Jack Daniel 21 day ago +1

    This is the classical view of black holes that is not the only one out there that is entirely possible (in fact, "infinitely dense points" aka singularities aren't thought to be real by physicists, they're more likely only possible on paper when you run the math... it's more likely there is a finite size due to some forces assuming this line of thinking about black holes is remotely correct at all). For example, it's been (validly) proposed that black holes could actually be "fuzzballs" made of strings (predicted by the string theory) - essentially being to neutron stars what neutron stars are to regular stars (their "squashed down to the next level" versions). And - of course - there are other candidate theories. Shit's fascinating. A lot's been said in Quanta Magazine and PBS Space Time about it (also, simply, Wikipedia).

  • Daniel Hickok
    Daniel Hickok 21 day ago +2

    Black holes are responsible for the creation of space time

  • Donnie Courville
    Donnie Courville 22 days ago +1

    Black holes are mathematical theory and as for now science fiction...so is dark matter. When the math doesn't work...you get Black holes and dark energy. This isn't settled science...the driving force in the universe can be better explained by looking at Plasma science.

  • mr snoop
    mr snoop 22 days ago

    is it transitioning?

  • Miggy sergi
    Miggy sergi 22 days ago +1

    stick him in the cage

  • diggr deeper
    diggr deeper 22 days ago +1

    Lies all lies even bold face lies

  • Daniel Leca
    Daniel Leca 22 days ago +1

    Brian Cox sucks Cocks in HELL!

  • Mario Vega
    Mario Vega 23 days ago

    Margaritas ante porcos...

  • Neil Dewsbury
    Neil Dewsbury 23 days ago +1

    Rubbish, if stars collapsed to vanish and leave nothing there, how come with so many stars in space we are not seeing multiple gaps amongst our visible star systems? If stars collapse there is always something there, we simply cannot see it as yet, I think.

  • Simply Drugg Addict
    Simply Drugg Addict 23 days ago

    Joe "trined interested look" Rogan