Hypatia, The Most MYSTERIOUS Stone in the Solar System

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  • Published on Jan 18, 2018
  • What are the origins of the hypatia stone?
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Comments • 1 088

  • hotpockets222
    hotpockets222 19 hours ago

    Dude, are you Flannigan?

  • Beth Babson
    Beth Babson Day ago

    You would think lightning strikes on sand caused it

  • Clayton Elliott
    Clayton Elliott 6 days ago

    Either that or it was formed from nuclear explosions which occurred on earth as has been translated from cuneiform and also backed from the stories of the veda's. But sadly anything that says that beings which are old, could not have been more advanced than what we are today .. and therefore are just fantasy and not history

  • KnightsWithoutATable

    This was solved a while ago. The desert glass is from an air burst meteorits.

  • Upson Pratt
    Upson Pratt 8 days ago

    It was either aliens or ghost.

  • Silly Sugar Gliders
    Silly Sugar Gliders 13 days ago

    Hypatia is also the name of an Egyptian scholar and mathematician and astronomer. She was the first female to take these roles, and lived in alexandria Egypt. She loved Plato and was murdered by an angry mob of Christians

  • Dorcusss
    Dorcusss 13 days ago

    it's like you're talking at 1.25 speed

  • Neil Aspinall
    Neil Aspinall 19 days ago

    Hypatia stones are the remnants of a nuclear explosion millions of years ago.

  • BREAKING DOGMAS
    BREAKING DOGMAS 20 days ago

    Another Ninurta's nuke. Dead sea's nukes are known, this one is not.

  • JmilxTune
    JmilxTune 20 days ago

    INFINITY STONE

  • Vrej Egon Spengler
    Vrej Egon Spengler 21 day ago

    1:30 You have a picture of Hypatia? Someone from the the 4th and 5th century CE?

  • Sum Arber
    Sum Arber 21 day ago

    Extrasolar meteor blew up miles above Earth's Surface. Solved.

  • TraciPeteyforlife
    TraciPeteyforlife 21 day ago

    So we have strange stones that confuse and confound. I bet they get sold at auction in the future.

  • Roland James
    Roland James 21 day ago

    Scientist really begin to shine once they reach old age and dementia kicks in. They somehow gain the wisdom about all elements in our solar system when we, the human race, has yet to discover all the ones here on earth.
    Make some wild claim, then look for proof to prove it. Base your findings on papers from others doing the same thing, and hope you get a government... industrial.. pharma... etc... grant... and win.

  • Bacon Gravy
    Bacon Gravy 22 days ago

    Aliens nuked us with an ion cannon and wiped out our ancient advanced civilization which created aluminum laced glass that the surviving primitives turned into jewelry. There you go mystery solved.

  • Captain Peter R. Miller

    Nucular glass???

  • prajnasword
    prajnasword 23 days ago

    It's Vibranium!

  • redbeard
    redbeard 24 days ago

    Wait wait... They found an eezo pebble and nobody told me?

  • Chaim Goldbaum
    Chaim Goldbaum 25 days ago

    This rocks, and the glass associated, are formed from intense electrical discharges.

  • Marcus Scarlett
    Marcus Scarlett 25 days ago

    Why do we all throw stones in the water , children grown ups we ll do it WHY ?

  • Raymond Stemmer
    Raymond Stemmer 25 days ago

    I love you brother ! You speak my language, you're interested in what I am. Let get together and find some girls on our level ! I'm divorced ! She didn't Know the difference between a star, atom or a molecule !

  • G Thomas
    G Thomas 26 days ago

    that looks like a piece my Aunt Edna's fruit cake from the 1960s which probably became petrified after it was regifted about 50 times.

  • David Keane
    David Keane 26 days ago

    The ancients nuked each other, the middle east was a war zone when everything turned to sand, dust.. In some places on google maps, you can see a blast range in some areas. unless google maps is false and wrong.

  • 》 Tomastom44 《
    》 Tomastom44 《 27 days ago

    Why is the stone on a czech crown?

  • Konrad Comrade
    Konrad Comrade 27 days ago

    this Hypatia-Glas-Stones from Egypt's Great-Sand-Sea and the first interstellar asteroid 1I/2017'Oumuamua have in common, that their origin is very exotic; even so while the science of astronomy is full of exotic things by itself! . in arXiv:1801.02658v2 [astro-ph.EP] it is deducted, that 'Oumuamua, consisting of a "refractory" material, is probably originated in a "white-dwarf-star tidal disruption-event" This is an event, when a strong gravitational-tidal force tears apart a whole earth-like planet (for example!). So Hypatia-Stone seems to be the second (actually the first) sample of extra-solar-system origin!

  • john underwood
    john underwood 28 days ago

    Thank you, Mike, for a thought pervoking video. The distant past may be lost to us. But it still sends echos of its existence.

  • Lazy King's Gambit
    Lazy King's Gambit 28 days ago

    Rare, really? Thanks to modern diet you can find those in almost every gallbladder!

  • Keshva
    Keshva 28 days ago

    Nibiru

  • ScyberPsylock
    ScyberPsylock 29 days ago

    Lightning is also very common in those deserts, and not from storms either. Lightning is known to melt the sand enough to make that form of glass.

  • Jay Redding
    Jay Redding Month ago

    Rock on lol

  • Chaz Buck
    Chaz Buck Month ago

    This is the power of 5 Redbulls in an hour.

  • Tes Ste
    Tes Ste Month ago

    . on some globe sphere a ball
    . two axis must contain curvature not only one
    (the rest shall be vertical lines)
    . your: front, rear curvature
    . your: left, right in distance also curvature
    (missing one curvature, the shape is always = cylinder)
    ~
    . is just some basis basis basis laws in Geometry
    (where is some curvature on anyone horizon in world)
    (if you missing on anyone way is not Globe shape can be only one cylinder)

  • terminate
    terminate Month ago

    Theses stones can be formed when organic compounds in an asteroids in the early stages in our solor system when it was hot, in the creation disk surrounding our newly formed sun theses carbon atoms a had enough energy to break there bonds and rearrange themselves. Because of the energy that they had and the limited spacing between them, the quantum nature of the atoms would form the triangular structures creating the allotrope known as diamond although more exploration is needed on the kyper belts asteroids to determinate there contents.

  • Israel
    Israel Month ago

    Its the soul stone

  • Cavemantero
    Cavemantero Month ago

    lies. there is no solar system.

  • Alan Buffalohead
    Alan Buffalohead Month ago

    time phone hack

  • SINCE 1619
    SINCE 1619 Month ago

    The picture of Hypatia . . . GTFOH

  • Nikki Roberts
    Nikki Roberts Month ago

    Isn't that what happens when lightning strikes sand? Makes glass...

  • Helene McGreevy
    Helene McGreevy Month ago

    Iron came from above and it is needed in our blood. Cat-lick priests talk candidly about God's ability to form other lives than we see. Blessed be, We.

  • Officer Meow Meow Fuzzyface

    The Crystalline Satellite
    remember

  • FruityOatyBar1984
    FruityOatyBar1984 Month ago

    So.... you mention a 19 mile wide POSSIBLE crater and you don't mention where it might be? Down vote from me for that crappy video making. For fu@#$ sake, i google "19 mile wide crater" and thats the first image that pops up.

  • SIR WAFFLEBOB
    SIR WAFFLEBOB Month ago

    How in the hell do they know it didn't come from this solar system? No on can get passed the vlVan Allen radiation belt. We can't travel into space just yet anyway. Give Elon musk time though.

  • Thomas P.
    Thomas P. Month ago

    He lost me at south African professor... They can't even find water, how can they find where a rock came from.

  • Sergey Prokofiev
    Sergey Prokofiev Month ago

    Hypatia is beautiful

  • 404 Error
    404 Error Month ago

    Asguard war...

  • ZeOverman
    ZeOverman Month ago

    Did he say "Hey guys this is my chin" at the start?

  • Forest Bertrand
    Forest Bertrand Month ago

    Tiamat maybe.

  • Cucktimus Prime
    Cucktimus Prime Month ago

    Do a video on your moms bum

  • R. Erik Weigand
    R. Erik Weigand Month ago

    How about the idea that a spaceship from some other part of the galaxy exploded over that location in a nuclear blast that turned the desert sand into glass and the Hypatia fragments are parts of the exploded space craft.

  • Rahul Prasad
    Rahul Prasad Month ago

    But it is found on earth since it was found on earth.

  • PipeofPeril
    PipeofPeril Month ago

    Looks like the Valley of Greed from Sindbad Tales

  • PEE_IS_STORED_IN_THE_BALLS

    mike: desert glass
    me: What We Really Are

  • Echo Xane
    Echo Xane Month ago

    I'm actually confused as to why you actually seem to think the presence of a crater is even relevant. Norad tracks tons of "fireball" collisions every year. These are large meteors that impact our atmosphere at great speed where their mass is in effect converted to energy. The kinetic energy released by this mass conversion can often equal the explosive force of an atomic bomb. Force. Not the electromagnetic pulse and radiation, just pure energy released. Because most of the world is un-or-under populated, oceans, seas, forests, etc, these atmospheric detonations are seldom observed by human eyes, and only occasionally detected by human ears. For instance one such high energy explosion took place over a city in Russia a few years ago, and a similar phenomenon which also took place in Russia around a century ago will also be well known to you and the people who follow you...
    The Tunguska Event.
    Tunguska was what happened when one of these fireballs made it much deeper into the atmosphere then usual. And yes it did leave a scar still visible today. But most of these are quite harmless, and often scatter shrapnel over dozens or even hundreds of square miles.
    High power impacts happen many times a year, it's not surprising there's no crater.

  • HotCoals
    HotCoals Month ago

    I can't catch my breath.

  • whynottalklikeapirat
    whynottalklikeapirat Month ago +1

    The glass pieces do NOT puzzle researchers

  • WizardNumberNext
    WizardNumberNext Month ago

    how convenient
    place something what we cannot explain using "science" in place which we know nothing about and tell people it comes from there

  • WizardNumberNext
    WizardNumberNext Month ago

    This glass is above our heads - it above our sky
    ask Hilary Clinton - she knows this
    There are videos (even on youtube) where she talks about this very glass and states, that they want to shatter it and that they already made many, many cracks in it using nukes on it.
    Observe nuclear explosion in air - it peaks out and gets almost flat on top and does NOT travel any further up from this peak - this happens to every nuclear explosion, which is high enough.

    • Todd Q
      Todd Q Month ago

      WizardNumberNext Lol, I love your sense of humor. Sarcasm and irony may be lost on many, but my surname is quick. :) TNQ

  • James Vaught
    James Vaught Month ago

    I didn't know they had perfected cameras by the 4th or 5th centuries?

  • Vsoundelend
    Vsoundelend Month ago

    Use yellow bulbs for face lighting, and something to disperse direct beams of light, like any non-black umbrella. You don't need expensive equipment to create a professional looking stage to work on. Although with nearly 2 mil subs, i'm sure you could afford it.

  • Marcus Taber
    Marcus Taber Month ago +1

    Most likely is a comet that was formed away and before our solar system coalesced. And your assertion that is ahs something to do with Tut's meteorite dagger doesn't make sense. Comets and asteroids/meteors are different objects much like plastic vs metal. And for the higher nickel content than iron, my guess would be a type IIa supernova occurs near a large magnetic field and the iron was separated from the nickel before granular acreation. But this may be to sciency for this channel.

  • Gary Diggins
    Gary Diggins Month ago

    Very interesting, as are your other videos. Keep it up.

  • Billy Jones
    Billy Jones Month ago

    Let me explain something.The very simple fact that our bodies are here means that on some scale we have always been since the "beginning".not our minds.our minds are temporary. But every atom will be here until the "end". since everything is here it must have always been here in some me form. And think about the difference in awareness of the passing of time.watch the cartoon movie "Ants" and look how the humans move slowly while the ants go at normal speed..Boom

  • Frank Toldt
    Frank Toldt Month ago +1

    Lol.. found myself rolling my eyes before realizing what channel this was. This guy's videos are so.. off. Beyond Science, more like Before Science.

  • sami Nat
    sami Nat Month ago

    can you please do a video about the black stone "mecca" ?

  • Johny40Se7en
    Johny40Se7en Month ago

    3:47 those colours are so beautiful, absolutely stunning blue and pink =)
    Asteroids could bring all sorts of things to Earth, even Venom =P

  • TruAnRksT
    TruAnRksT Month ago

    The glass is more commonly referred to as Libyan desert glass.

  • Morphic c
    Morphic c Month ago

    I love meteorites.

  • Jack Jammen
    Jack Jammen Month ago

    We’ve had much larger craters hit the earth.
    tvclip.biz/video/cke00nFO0qI/video.html

  • 4HorsemenCome
    4HorsemenCome Month ago

    soooooo...where is the crater?
    dont leave us hanging.

  • Chad Waldron
    Chad Waldron Month ago

    Hypatia Lee, she was rare!

  • mike fister
    mike fister Month ago

    Its obviously kryptonite duh

  • Philosophilia
    Philosophilia Month ago

    If science doesn't have an explanation the second a new discovery comes up, it seems to be only _two_ options: 1 Proof of GOD, or proof of ALIENS! Seriously guys?

  • Hello World
    Hello World Month ago

    It's debris from Nibiru 😁😂

  • Paul W
    Paul W 2 months ago

    ALUMIN-I-UM not ALUMINUM lol sorry

  • cabron1984
    cabron1984 2 months ago

    Man you can’t end it like that they found the crater where’s the proof

  • Brian W.
    Brian W. 2 months ago

    We must also keep in mind that there may be more unknown elements on Earth that are deeper and harder to find. Ringwoodite is a fairly new type of diamond found deep in the Earths mantle. Who knows what rare find may be unearthed in the future.

    • Doggo Gifs
      Doggo Gifs Month ago

      Well probably not more elements. Maybe more chemicals but we have filled in the majority of the periodic table.

  • Wayne Miller
    Wayne Miller 2 months ago

    When it comes to the solar system all scientist can do is guess because they can't physically get there and use technology to study any of this

  • Wayne Miller
    Wayne Miller 2 months ago

    I may be mistaken but isn't aluminum a man-made metal and isn't formed naturally

  • Wayne Miller
    Wayne Miller 2 months ago

    Now how do scientists know that they can't find it in the solar system have they physically walked on every single planet and dug into the dirt and searched for this I don't think so

  • Wayne Miller
    Wayne Miller 2 months ago

    That's easy I can show you the origin of life in our universe he is called God our Lord and savior

  • Doz Altair
    Doz Altair 2 months ago

    Great vid, as always. Thanks Mike.

  • Paul Hart
    Paul Hart 2 months ago

    not a biggy, same thing in Russia, only it is green, it is sand heated by a meteorite, as I say no mystery here the 1 in Russia, is called molddavite.!

  • Stephen Blackwell
    Stephen Blackwell 2 months ago

    Great job
    I’m never disappointed clicking on one of your videos

  • monkyh6of6
    monkyh6of6 2 months ago

    Fascinating

  • C Lane
    C Lane 2 months ago

    I missed the part about the hot chili oil .

  • J X
    J X 2 months ago

    Not gonna lie, I’ve been trolling This channel. This one earned my sub., well done Mikey 👍🏼

  • Whane The Whip
    Whane The Whip 2 months ago

    What part of this is "beyond" science?

  • GG GJ WP MVP MLG DMV
    GG GJ WP MVP MLG DMV 2 months ago

    I read it as "hentai" so clicked. Now im sad. 😢

  • d p
    d p 2 months ago

    Mind blown! Want.

  • David Masse
    David Masse 2 months ago

    It's alien plastic

  • Paul
    Paul 2 months ago

    More signs of ancient nuclear blasts?

  • Shaun Collins
    Shaun Collins 2 months ago

    Scholar Shystem

  • Barfing Coyote
    Barfing Coyote 2 months ago

    IF the pieces shown in the vid are the item . They are well worn and rounded . It may indicate being deposited prior to or during the time that whole area was under water .

  • warfighter1988
    warfighter1988 2 months ago

    Can't believe strictly dumpling gets more views than this

  • Count Janus Hassildor
    Count Janus Hassildor 2 months ago

    Doesn't seem like a nuclear blast but something more concentrated then that. Since the stones are only in a relatively small area, I believe the event that caused this wasn't terrestrial such a blast of a bomb but rather a concentrated amount of energy aimed in our direction, maybe from a super nova.

  • Sigurjon Myrdal
    Sigurjon Myrdal 2 months ago

    Don't forget to breathe!

  • R69NIX
    R69NIX 2 months ago

    lol why did you show a random pic of a woman when mentioning Hypatia?

  • clydecross1983
    clydecross1983 2 months ago

    Is this the same as Libyan desert glass?

  • Bianca Mae
    Bianca Mae 2 months ago +1

    the new vibranium?

  • NoMatterWho
    NoMatterWho 2 months ago

    The speaker is awful