Could Aliens 65 Million Light Years Away from Earth See Dinosaurs Alive?

  • Published on Jul 31, 2017
  • If aliens were really far, far away, could they see dinosaurs? Join us today in our exploration, in this episode of the Infographics Show, Could aliens 65 million light years away from earth see dinosaurs alive? ⭐SUBSCRIBE: ⭐

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  • The Infographics Show
    The Infographics Show  2 years ago +1283

    Did you enjoy a more science based video? Should we do more of these kind of videos? Also, next video coming out on Wednesday is: Most Painful Things Humans Can Experience!

    • isaiah wolftail
      isaiah wolftail 4 hours ago

      In theory we should be able to see jesus the vatican has the light converter machine

    • Rakesh Varma
      Rakesh Varma 3 months ago

      The Infographics Show is there have any Evidence for your assertion that we would see in the past except Theory???

    • Sunny Lo
      Sunny Lo 10 months ago

      Thanks for

    • Gabrijel Vucanovic
      Gabrijel Vucanovic 11 months ago

      Then can then some aliens see creation of earth

    • Kimmy Kat
      Kimmy Kat Year ago

      I have a question... if there is a Galactic GIANT 65million light years across and helps you see what's on Earth while u look at ur telescope,the Giant will see the present (humans) ,but you will see dinosaurs because you're 65million light years away.
      How will your conversation look like? You and your galactic giant friend?

  • David Prodigy
    David Prodigy Hour ago +1

    Yes they can

  • Birdy
    Birdy Day ago +1

    Lol what if the Asteroid that killed dinosaurs is UFO and we are the aliens?

  • Brad the impaler
    Brad the impaler 2 days ago

    Can they see other countries besides America

  • James Wilcock
    James Wilcock 2 days ago

    oh this is a t rex, I am going to die

  • Mr Danii 503
    Mr Danii 503 4 days ago

    So if a planet 65million light years away gets too see earth they won’t see us but instead thou would see dinosaurs ?

  • Noe Lopez
    Noe Lopez 5 days ago

    So just fold space and look threw the black hole with a telescope

  • Sympetrum
    Sympetrum 7 days ago

    So if we have a lightspeed space ship or that ship in star trek, does that mean I can see myself lightyears away?😂If I used a telescope

  • Walter Wood
    Walter Wood 9 days ago

    They could not see dinosours. Light spreads which would cause it to blur. What if a galaxy was just 1 object blured thru space time?

  • Frostysaturn49
    Frostysaturn49 10 days ago

    Aliens: *come to see dinosaurs*
    *Finds humans*

  • lushin burl
    lushin burl 11 days ago

    No f ing way. I had this thought experiment, kinda.
    So if we had a telescope 1000 years more advanced and could see for a million light years in detail.
    Then a alien , 500 light years away, had the same type of telescope.
    If we look at each other and I wave, and he waves back and i still looking into the past 5 E1 years?
    If i see him moving around thats 500 years ago, the past. But if he sees me that would mean I am in his past.
    Or when he looks at earth1 he sees 500 years ago and im not there, while im looking at him from the future.
    But if waved and saw me it would be in real time and in my past, and his future all at the same time.

  • Hamid Entizar
    Hamid Entizar 12 days ago

    This is the reason why Allah says that the future and the past is same for me.

  • 星白 閑
    星白 閑 12 days ago

    Three things cannot be long hidden the sun the moon the truth Buddha.

  • GalacticGamerX7
    GalacticGamerX7 19 days ago

    I asked this to

  • amrendra singh
    amrendra singh 25 days ago

    Hmmmm, could be my next pickup topic ........thanxxx

  • polite critique
    polite critique 26 days ago

    Can aliens see Zionists torturing Jesus Christ from 2019 light years away

  • aweq
    aweq 28 days ago +1

    4.4 light year length size telescope. So how many time will it take from lens to ur eyes?


    Our physics mights have nothing to do with there u understanding . If hey can fly planner to planet I think they broke our understanding of physics


    If there alien doesn’t that mean we don’t know much anything about them ? So could the possibly just see dinosaurs on earth without a telescope with a remote viewing instantaneous ? Example they are aliens after all

  • Freddie Mills
    Freddie Mills Month ago

    How can I wrap my head around this 🤯

  • אברהם סלומון

    Could a type of time travel be based on far out Satellites that record light data in to a Database then projecting that database into a Hologram System?

  • Rasheed Huggins
    Rasheed Huggins Month ago

    Yeah, right any sufficiently advanced intellect can overcome any obstacle.

  • Venc Dee
    Venc Dee Month ago

    Ok, single telescope that big (4.4 ly) would collapse into the black hole - if made from materials known to humane technology today's.
    1. What about telescope(s) made from some kind of superstrong nanomaterial which is thin only several atoms (needs calculation of mass)?
    2. What about creating an array of smaller telescopes i.e. size of the Sun planetary system and deployed accross the alien's galaxy?

  • Mike Tonson
    Mike Tonson 2 months ago

    So if u see earth for about 4.4 billion LY away can we see earth forming?
    Like egs-zs8-1 13.05 Billion LY away like idk big bang? Or milky way forming

  • SS_Mtsz0mbie gaming
    SS_Mtsz0mbie gaming 2 months ago +1

    This really explains light years thanks fo helping me with my Pysics

  • Mushtaq Ahmed
    Mushtaq Ahmed 2 months ago

    I miss this guy from Infographics show. Please tell us where is he now? Is he still doing TVclip videos?

  • Chase Cracknell
    Chase Cracknell 2 months ago

    So if you traveled to Alpha centauri and back at the speed of light, you would come back 9 years later?

  • Haroon G.C
    Haroon G.C 2 months ago +1

    Thanks for adding Arabic caption.

  • Matthew Bashor
    Matthew Bashor 2 months ago

    Or they could see an empty planet ravaged by nuclear fall out with absolutely no life on it. Earth 3019.

  • Stranger Resuello
    Stranger Resuello 2 months ago

    I think about this every now and then since the first time I saw this...

  • ace lopez
    ace lopez 2 months ago +5

    Me: Aliens won't be able to build a telescope large enough to see dinos on earth
    Alien: hold my beer...

  • Shivendra Ananthan
    Shivendra Ananthan 3 months ago

    What if in the future humans create a space telescope to travel far and see dinosaurs with its gigantic telescope

  • Cleonarda Erry avanindra

    Absoluteley NOT
    Even if the largest dinosaur still alien can't see them

  • MomentLover1200
    MomentLover1200 3 months ago


  • Kontxsted
    Kontxsted 3 months ago

    if you think were the only life forms living or in the whole universe your dumb asf

  • gr fba
    gr fba 3 months ago

    You are assuming flat space it seems. Instead, include the effects of strong gravitational lensing.

  • Censurado
    Censurado 3 months ago

    Does that mean we can see Jesus?

  • Jevon
    Jevon 3 months ago

    those photons could be the reason to deja vu because there may be a different universe out there with life and the photons there could bounce off there to our eyes after light years of travel

  • NimbusCloud71
    NimbusCloud71 4 months ago

    Ha, SpaceBalls he said. Like if you've seen the movie

  • go nova
    go nova 4 months ago +1

    when you see the light of a dead star aren't you actually only seeing it's light and not its physical body which would mean you wouldn't be able to see dinosaurs on earth. just the earth's light which would just be old light illuminating the earth in its present state.

    • Lensflare Deviant
      Lensflare Deviant 25 days ago

      @Haz Cygnus Judging? I did read your comment. You said specifically _not saying that light speed isn't real but the whole "looking in the past" seems doubtful_ I tried to briefly explain the phenomena to you. I did so because you seemed to not understand it, hence the lack of capacity. It is however even more clear that your lack of capacity extends past simply not understanding. In light of this I too see no point in attempting to go further.

    • Lensflare Deviant
      Lensflare Deviant 25 days ago +1

      @Haz Cygnus EVERYTHING you see is in some way in the 'past'. The further out the older the light the less 'present' you are seeing.

    • Haz Cygnus
      Haz Cygnus 3 months ago

      Exactly what I was about to post. I don't believe the whole "we are seeing the past" when we look at a deep space object. It is there as it is. Otherwise if you climb the tallest building and look at the horizon, the subject there is in the past?
      If the 2.5 mil light years away Andromeda suddenly moves next to us, is it gonna age forward to match our time? No.
      Common sense. Everything moves as it is, we are not living in another dimension.

  • BushBushChickhon
    BushBushChickhon 4 months ago


  • Lorigulf Noldor
    Lorigulf Noldor 4 months ago

    But wait! If gravity curves space-time, wouldn't it be possible to curve rays from Earth and collect them on a much smaller telescope? Make a lens "out of space itself", so to speak...?

  • agat882
    agat882 4 months ago +1

    Hm. What about interferometer? You don't need such big telescope - just a net of them, spread across vast distance to calculate image - it's how we got picture of black hole recently...

  • nineseven
    nineseven 4 months ago

    I’m sure the Aliens are aware of this theory since their intelligence is what got them to interstellar travel in the first place

  • Noodles
    Noodles 4 months ago

    At 0:42 i put my head closer too my screen and no joke, I saw objects in the video move faster, but it says 2 nanoseconds

  • UziYT
    UziYT 4 months ago

    So if I magically teleported 65 million light years away from earth I would see my self creating a clone lol

  • killerwolf clw
    killerwolf clw 4 months ago

    Is it odd that i asked this question when i was young?

  • Doge
    Doge 4 months ago

    You don’t know if aliens can brake physics

  • Newguyontheblock 1
    Newguyontheblock 1 4 months ago

    So some how they can see the dinosaurs or cavemen from the past and they do a blast in space to get the attention of the living things on earth so will we see the explosion or the people from the past who are already dead?

    • Newguyontheblock 1
      Newguyontheblock 1 4 months ago

      Tom Wrigth so we will have to wait 65 million light years to see the explosion?

    • Tom Wrigth
      Tom Wrigth 4 months ago

      Newguyontheblock 1 we will see the explosion due to it taking 65 million light years to reach the destination

  • Pau Bs
    Pau Bs 4 months ago

    So the sun could become a supernova or explode today in suns time but we wont see that today in earths time, only in thousands years later

    • yuropean_eunion
      yuropean_eunion 4 months ago

      the video literally said that the sun is only 8 minutes late to our eyes....

  • Simket Blue
    Simket Blue 4 months ago

    1:12 I know this is true, but can someone please explain why the sunlight disapears instantly when sun hides behind a cloud? Why wont it also take 8 seconds?

    • Lensflare Deviant
      Lensflare Deviant 25 days ago

      Because the light going being blocked has already made the trip and has arrived in time to be blocked by the cloud.

  • dish care
    dish care 4 months ago

    Just got goosebumps ...!

  • Mingo
    Mingo 4 months ago +1

    I don’t think they want to visit us

  • Robby Frith
    Robby Frith 4 months ago

    I would say build a portal to let light through but then it wouldn't be traveling 65 million light years so you wouldn't see dinosaurs

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  • Carlos Vera
    Carlos Vera 4 months ago

    I wrote an paper on this theory in 2010. I feel a "big fat liar" spin off coming.

    • Carlos Vera
      Carlos Vera 4 months ago

      If you found a way to teleport to where those aliens can view the dinosaurs with a giant telescope, then you are technically traveling back in time. I can explain it further, but no one will read this.

  • René Olivo
    René Olivo 4 months ago

    Buuuuuut, a blackhole bends light and can be used as a lens.

  • LowkeyTv Ent.
    LowkeyTv Ent. 4 months ago

    “Using what we know about... man-made lenses,”. That’s the problem. Alien life light years away would probably not be human like. Therefore the same logic wouldn’t apply

  • David Tsai
    David Tsai 4 months ago +1

    Does Fermi Paradox factor time and relativity? Perhaps the aliens are out there but the light hasn't reached us yet. The shortest distance is 2.5 million years ago and we've only been here 60,000? That's leaves infinity - 1 galaxy where we could have star wars level aliens that we haven't seen yet.

    • Lensflare Deviant
      Lensflare Deviant 25 days ago

      Distance and times are considering part of the Fermi Paradox problem. It's entirely possible we will detect a long dead civilization.

    • S R
      S R 4 months ago

      it seems more likely that there are tons and tons of life forms out there on other planets, similar to us in technology, and we are simply all going to be "blind" to each other's existence for a very long time thanks to the vast distances.

  • Mikko Karjalainen
    Mikko Karjalainen 4 months ago

    Like Kurzgesagt (In a Nutshell
    ) but made by Flat Earth Society...

  • Serdar Akbaylar
    Serdar Akbaylar 4 months ago

    if even humans can make a worm hole and calculate (objects gravitiy, and movements on the way of photons ) the 1 end of that hole at the right place in space and the other end to the hubble lens. We can see most of the past but some time periods can't be seen becaouse the photons have all ready collapesed by passing space objects..

  • Singularity
    Singularity 4 months ago

    Another reason why we haven't yet discovered alien life yet. Maybe life exists elsewhere in our galaxy at this moment but we're seeing their past.

    • S R
      S R 4 months ago +1

      exactly. life could be everywhere, but we're too far apart to detect each other.

  • Screaming Mime
    Screaming Mime 5 months ago

    I doubt all the humans who have ever existed are smart enough to conclude that's impossible. We probably know less then one percent of how this universe functions.

  • 星凤星凤
    星凤星凤 5 months ago

    Use black hole lens.

  • 3rdeye Brand
    3rdeye Brand 5 months ago

    I think we are the aliens.. who crash laded 65 million years ago that resulted in an impact that destroyed the dinosaurs...

  • Davidsmith smith
    Davidsmith smith 5 months ago

    what if with a worm hole i were to travel to a point further than the light has reached so i could technically be able to see myself if i had the means to look at past me

  • yuva RUDRA
    yuva RUDRA 5 months ago

    Wipe out those 2 legged creaturez n conqure earth ☺☺☺☺
    Come to earth n saw civilization. 🤔🤔🤔🤔😳😳😳 earth got civilization 😳😳😳 go back to their planet n wack their scientistz.

  • Luis RP
    Luis RP 5 months ago

    My brain turned to jelly

  • NonDripHelmet
    NonDripHelmet 5 months ago

    Spaceballs, I get it.

  • Espy_Kinz
    Espy_Kinz 5 months ago +2

    1:32 A M A Z I N G

  • Samuli Nieminen
    Samuli Nieminen 5 months ago

    you should really try to think about your backing song. I got tired of this

  • Dat Ngo
    Dat Ngo 5 months ago

    So the sun we see now is the sun 8 minutes ago?

  • nufuture
    nufuture 6 months ago

    yes. and if you could project your consciousness 65 million light years away you could too.

  • Ribu Rajen
    Ribu Rajen 6 months ago

    Leave dinosaurs !! You mean to say it's technically easier to spot Jesus bring crucified !!

  • Lambo Gamer
    Lambo Gamer 6 months ago

    Heimdall from thor sure can see though hehe