What's the Most Expensive Single Thing?

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  • Half as Interesting
    Half as Interesting  Month ago +701

    You know what's really the most valuable thing in the world? Quality HAI topic suggestions. That's why I reward each one that we use with an HAI t-shirt (valued at $20 plus shipping.) Make sure to suggest yours here: forms.gle/vXw6uy6Pzg3KdzdJA

    • Nathaniel Pool
      Nathaniel Pool Month ago

      Does the earth count as a single thing? It's a single planet. Technically the sun is a single thing with a known mass and a known composition. How much money would you need to buy the sun?

    • person54
      person54 Month ago

      When you consider the fact that the U.S military is given about $600 billion dollars a year, and the ISS is worth, in total 1/5 of that, speaks volumes about our countries efforts as a whole and what we could achieve if we worked together instead of fighting each other.

    • Dr Srikanth P Parthasarathy ACA ACMA UK PhD
      Dr Srikanth P Parthasarathy ACA ACMA UK PhD Month ago

      I think you are getting too absorbed with the sponsors and the fact that ISS was the most expensive did not really back up with your logic of why you are NOT considering certain other objects. The quality is dropping significantly and you need to address this. With your knowledge,. It would be worth pondering if this is leading you to become a joke

    • Arthur
      Arthur Month ago

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    • Peter B
      Peter B Month ago

      @David T GFYS.

  • GatorMacheteJr
    GatorMacheteJr Day ago

    Good sidestep on antimatter. Antimatter also is as versatile a category as matter (theoretically there's anti-hypdrogen, anti-helium, etc.) so it would be an incredibly unsatisfying answer.

  • Ian Bush
    Ian Bush 2 days ago

    Most expensive thing in the world is a parking spot in Manhattan

  • Mark
    Mark 2 days ago

    I'm expecting "HP Printer Ink". just started watching... Hmm..

  • USA in Hiroshima history .

    Easy
    Mbappe in a few years

  • ecoroyalty
    ecoroyalty 4 days ago

    I got it right!

  • MyOwn Meadow
    MyOwn Meadow 5 days ago

    The most expensive thing in the world is... the world.

    • MyOwn Meadow
      MyOwn Meadow 5 days ago

      Not the stuff on it. The core stuff and some crust.

  • Purple Melody (ColumineMiette)

    The reason is curiosity, of course!

  • AxisKronos
    AxisKronos 9 days ago

    4:40

  • Billy You
    Billy You 9 days ago

    Guessing it to be antimatter

    Edit:wrong

    Edit 2: I was technically right just that it didn’t fit the criteria.

  • smh124
    smh124 9 days ago

    4:03 yeah right and does not have a public health care and shitty public schools what a coincidence ...

  • George Hwang
    George Hwang 10 days ago

    Half as interesting makes me actually sit through sponsorships

  • Princess Linda M Williams Morris

    An uncut emerald.

  • Mister Scoot
    Mister Scoot 10 days ago

    HAI in 2120: "What is the Galaxy's most expensive planet?"

  • jorganville
    jorganville 10 days ago

    As a UK citizen, how about Hinkley Point C? Might cost up to £40 billion.

  • Ethan Gilchrist
    Ethan Gilchrist 11 days ago

    called it!

  • Anodyne Melody
    Anodyne Melody 12 days ago +4

    "In my quest to answer this question..." *shows* *Nazi* *SS* *soldier* *looking* *through* *binoculars*

  • HM Car Reviews
    HM Car Reviews 12 days ago

    Know way on earth is the Mecca Mosque worth $100 billion.

  • Faith
    Faith 13 days ago

    The most expensive thing?




    Sin. Sin is expensive

  • Omnicob
    Omnicob 13 days ago

    A planet?

  • James Douglas
    James Douglas 13 days ago

    3:00 is that stock footage of a SS soldier? That's pretty random

  • Jason Dashney
    Jason Dashney 14 days ago

    I don't think the space station counts. At all. You can't buy it. Something that won't be sold doesn't have any value. This video should be about the most expensive thing that Jeff Bezos might actually conceivably want to purchase at a reasonable market value if he just wanted it badly enough. It should be a consumer item, and by that I mean mega mansions qualify, or a skyscraper as a business investment type deal. Something with intrinsic value because a painting has none.

  • Cryptex
    Cryptex 15 days ago +1

    I knew the answer before watching. I've seen this before

  • Elias Isaac
    Elias Isaac 15 days ago

    That big ship in eve online

  • Kikinara Kitty
    Kikinara Kitty 15 days ago

    Earth. Next question

  • CloverChoco
    CloverChoco 15 days ago +11

    The most expensive thing for me is printer ink cartridges

  • mmdirtyworkz
    mmdirtyworkz 16 days ago

    I'd say good health.

  • Austin Rebello
    Austin Rebello 16 days ago

    Smoothest ad transition yet lmao

  • Nayuta Ito
    Nayuta Ito 16 days ago

    Does it mean a very rich person can pay $177 billion to whoever currently owns ISS and get whole ownership of ISS?

  • romwil
    romwil 17 days ago

    The ISS? Try buying it. How about the world’s most expensive thing that is actually purchasable?

  • AJ Rodrigues
    AJ Rodrigues 17 days ago

    Dislike just for the sheer arrogance at the end of "your" TVclip video, Jackass.

  • Xcallibur-_
    Xcallibur-_ 17 days ago

    What is it with you and my hometown Omaha? You having an affair with her?

  • Eugene
    Eugene 18 days ago

    The guy on the ground with the binoculars was a Nazi.

  • james summers
    james summers 18 days ago +60

    man, the cost for the ISS is out of this world.

    • Mr Coler
      Mr Coler 4 days ago +1

      james summers This comment is way too underrated

  • BJGvideos
    BJGvideos 18 days ago

    Wouldn't digging equipment be the opposite of planes?

  • kuugeli
    kuugeli 18 days ago

    Isnt ISS made from multiple modules that have a cost and use on their own and it has been gradually built to the point that it is now.

  • Diogo F
    Diogo F 19 days ago

    Wait. The narrator is not the person who writes the videos? That's so fake and insincere. Unsubbed

  • Miles
    Miles 19 days ago

    That transition was out of this world.

  • FlameFlamedramon VA
    FlameFlamedramon VA 19 days ago

    It'd be funny if Big Wangers Inc. Bought thos channel because Fact Fiend and Half as Interesting are very similar

  • Kinaibhlan
    Kinaibhlan 19 days ago

    The ISS doesn't actually exist though

  • Algy Cuber
    Algy Cuber 19 days ago +2

    "single thing"
    i literally thought elements were actual single things

    • skinny legend
      skinny legend 12 days ago

      @Lleyton J im not sure if you're kidding or not lmfaoo

    • Lleyton J
      Lleyton J 15 days ago +1

      Well not really because elements are made of protons, neutrons and electrons...

  • Kieran Herrington
    Kieran Herrington 20 days ago +1

    How are all the technologies on the ISS counted as one thing ?

  • Lars De Poorter
    Lars De Poorter 20 days ago

    1)universe
    2)nothing

  • Goatcha
    Goatcha 21 day ago

    I'd go with the ISS

  • Goodtohave Inajam
    Goodtohave Inajam 21 day ago

    How about a 60 year old Macallan?

  • Raymx slapped y'all
    Raymx slapped y'all 21 day ago

    2nd thing is my girls snatch,u wanna rent it?

  • Lee Mcnamara
    Lee Mcnamara 22 days ago

    Divorce!

  • Charles Pletzke
    Charles Pletzke 22 days ago +4

    The actual most expensive single thing is my ex

    • Logan
      Logan 19 days ago

      Lol not mine...she’s the cheapest thing

  • Jish
    Jish 22 days ago

    Wow you didn’t mention the 100 million dollar dog collar

  • Ollie H
    Ollie H 22 days ago

    Most expensive thing is the earth itself. Thank you for your opinion tho.

  • Echreation
    Echreation 23 days ago +1

    So can you fly me from Wyoming to Paris now

  • Cypher791
    Cypher791 23 days ago

    i have a box full of things..

  • Ishi 123
    Ishi 123 24 days ago

    Sam: _I like planes._

  • Coley Duncan
    Coley Duncan 24 days ago

    Is the 3.37B for the B2 adjusted for inflation? Just curious because I was stationed at Whiteman AFB, MO where they're kept, and for our annual performance reports we valued them at 2.2B, what we were told was the cost per new B2. I find it funny that tens of thousands of people who have worked with the aircraft in some fashion, could all be running around and spouting off an inaccurate cost. Can't really blame us though, because the purchasing party should have a correct price, but it wouldn't be the first time. Thanks.

  • MuddyApatosaurus 6777
    MuddyApatosaurus 6777 25 days ago

    2:59 random SS soldier

  • ReCoM Sce
    ReCoM Sce 26 days ago

    OK don't worry - earth is our planet, world is our scociety/humanity and since the ISS is manmade=by humanity it's from the world/the humanity

  • sxvrl
    sxvrl 27 days ago

    gucci toilet

  • MrWildbill47
    MrWildbill47 27 days ago

    I was initially thinking the LHC but somehow that got me thinking about ISS, I went with ISS since it has been around a lot longer and costs a fortune to maintain.

  • Chris Klugh
    Chris Klugh 27 days ago

    You forgot to mention printer ink!

  • americanv8ss
    americanv8ss 27 days ago

    please increase the volume