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  • čas přidán 20. 02. 2024
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    In today’s Lightning Round video, we look at the upcoming Nancy Grace Roman Telescope, which is predicted to find rogue planets through a process called “microlensing.” It’s predicted that the universe is teeming with rogue planets, which are planets that don’t orbit around a star. Possibly trillions of them. We also discuss the latest in the Covid-19 pandemic and two promising advancements in life extension.
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  • @robsquared2
    @robsquared2 Před 4 měsíci +1419

    Don't think of them as rogue planets, think of them as single and ready to mingle planets.

  • @tayzonday
    @tayzonday Před 4 měsíci +304

    So most planets are orphans. We should feel lucky to have a parent who didn't throw us out!

    • @mythicalgiraffe8830
      @mythicalgiraffe8830 Před 4 měsíci +7

      I miss chocolate rain

    • @InfiniteSkiegh
      @InfiniteSkiegh Před 4 měsíci +8

      Wonder what planet has chocolate rain...?

    • @DannyDeVitois79
      @DannyDeVitois79 Před 4 měsíci +5

      “Most” no…… no….. not “most”…. For every 1 rogue planet there are hundreds, maybe thousands orbiting a “parent star”…..

    • @petevenuti7355
      @petevenuti7355 Před 4 měsíci +12

      Thank Saturn , from simulations I've seen, Saturn apparently prevented Jupiter from creeping closer to the sun an kicking out the inner planets like an abusive psychotic big brother.

    • @Thurgosh_OG
      @Thurgosh_OG Před 4 měsíci +11

      @@petevenuti7355 So Saturn is our big sister? Able to intimidate Chad Jupiter from hurting the little siblings?

  • @duanefentiman
    @duanefentiman Před 4 měsíci +38

    Out of all the youtubers I love and addicted to this is the one I just cant wait every Monday to watch.

    • @jordanliszewski6549
      @jordanliszewski6549 Před 4 měsíci +2

      Same. But I feel like the content has changed for the worse.i don't really understand what the problem was before he changed everything. It was fine.

    • @AriaHarmony
      @AriaHarmony Před 4 měsíci +2

      @@jordanliszewski6549 I'm curious, what changed?

    • @MeganVictoriaKearns
      @MeganVictoriaKearns Před 3 měsíci

      ​@@jordanliszewski6549What are you talking about? I think he's always been awesome.

  • @mikebrown354
    @mikebrown354 Před 3 měsíci +6

    Hope you are well, Joe.
    Missing your video this week. :)
    Godspeed

  • @leeroychang
    @leeroychang Před 4 měsíci +16

    Loving the content, Joe. I'm still very much enjoying your presentation style over the years. So glad to have found your channel. Keep up the great work with your team!

  • @rocinante4609
    @rocinante4609 Před 4 měsíci +17

    I wouldn't dismiss rogue planets off so easily. They could harbour life on sub-surface oceans. They are fascinating objects wandering in the dark void.

    • @marko-1987
      @marko-1987 Před dnem

      I think the lowest things can get is about -240 so I could see something similar to the tartagrade kicking about.

  • @RafaelGarcia022
    @RafaelGarcia022 Před 4 měsíci +56

    But are there mage planets? Or warrior planets? Where's the class diversity

    • @tu1469
      @tu1469 Před 4 měsíci +1

      😂😂😂

    • @mikeoxmall69420
      @mikeoxmall69420 Před 4 měsíci +7

      Enceladus is a mage moon. It's casting frostbite at Saturn at the moment

    • @joshuarichardson6529
      @joshuarichardson6529 Před 4 měsíci +2

      We will always have Druidia thanks to Spaceballs.

    • @randybugger3006
      @randybugger3006 Před 4 měsíci +2

      Oooh, I want to respawn on barbarian planet

    • @Urroner
      @Urroner Před 4 měsíci

      What a nerd comment!!!!!! Love it.

  • @Acin75
    @Acin75 Před 4 měsíci +5

    Thank you Joe!❤
    In January this year, I got promoted to senior physician in our department and soon after my boss had to leave for an extended time due to an injury.
    Your words on how you had to structure your "department " is reminiscent of what I'm going through now. You may have not noticed it, but your answers helped me for I dee what you mean, when suddenly in leadership position. Especially the bottle neck-ing and learning to delegate... not dump work on others, but delegate.

  • @idontwantahandlethough
    @idontwantahandlethough Před 4 měsíci +4

    Joe: "[...]if you know anything about mole rats"
    My brain: *CALL ME BEEP ME IF YOU WANT TO REACH ME*

  • @robritoboy
    @robritoboy Před 4 měsíci +3

    I actually had one of those days where I couldn't concentrate because I read an article suggesting that the best way to find aliens is to observe systems where planets may be been moved. It would be much more efficient to capture a rogue planet and use it for resources or another home than say, building a Dyson sphere.

  • @alyssadominick2262
    @alyssadominick2262 Před 4 měsíci +7

    Not sure if anyone else has mentioned it, but Eris is the Greek goddess of strife and discord. She was the sister of Ares (in some tales) and known for causing problems and stirring up trouble (as she does with the Apple of Discord, that leads to the fall of Troy).

  • @jo5h89
    @jo5h89 Před 3 měsíci +7

    Hope everything is ok Joe missing this weeks video 😢

  • @Mr_Case_Time
    @Mr_Case_Time Před 4 měsíci +446

    One cool thing I learned about rogue planets is that their cores can stay warm for millions of years after leaving the gravity of their host star. That means technically it’s possible for life to exist below their surface.

    • @hongo3870
      @hongo3870 Před 4 měsíci +62

      I imagine most life is swimming around in sub-glacial oceans on frozen worlds. Must be interesting living under a big shell of ice.

    • @jsmythib
      @jsmythib Před 4 měsíci +24

      How about 2 rogue planets. 1 giant, 1 smaller. stay warm longer.

    • @justsam7919
      @justsam7919 Před 4 měsíci +4

      ​@hongo3870 no, that would suck. The pressure and lack of photons would be a real drag

    • @Merennulli
      @Merennulli Před 4 měsíci +77

      @@justsam7919Typical Earthling view. You get used to extreme low atmospheric pressure and a flood of photons and you think everyone else in the universe must want that. 😛

    • @stephenbruner5820
      @stephenbruner5820 Před 4 měsíci +30

      Some of the leading origin of life theories don't require light from a star, such as those relating to hydrothermal vents (white smokers and black smokers). One theory even involves a Hydrothermal Sedimentary setting. If there two rogue planets orbiting each other in such a way that tidal forces cause their mantels or cores to move, create heat, and to be liquid, then the interaction between volcanoes, an icy surface, and a liquid water sub-surface could create hydrothermal vent-like conditions. Maybe that life would evolve to have bioluminescence and when Joe approaches in his spaceship, there might be more than just a black void.

  • @Fred_Nickles
    @Fred_Nickles Před 4 měsíci +2

    "I'm always overwhelmed but I can't step away from work"
    Felt that more than anything. Didn't come for the therapy session but I am now here for it.

  • @cynvision
    @cynvision Před 4 měsíci +13

    And anyone who is a fan of the Stargate series will know the story about the rogue scientist who sought to treat aging and succeeded but it affected an entire population and everyone lost their memory.

    • @brocksterification
      @brocksterification Před 4 měsíci +3

      Like average people will ever see that medical "technology" anyway........

  • @AngryAnt0
    @AngryAnt0 Před 4 měsíci +5

    Humble newbie photoshop user here (tend to stick more to lightroom as I bulk shoot) and honestly, after not using it since about 2009, it's insane, the new fill things just blow my mind. It's actually scary how good it is/will become.
    Coupled for me personally with another prog that filters out blurry pictures/closed eyes and can import straight into Adobe and oh my gosh, my life compared to 10 years ago is so much easier. I'm really excited to see where they take the technology forward in 10 years time.

  • @tomc4132
    @tomc4132 Před 4 měsíci +7

    I think you’re doing great joe and I think your channel is great too. I used to watch a ton of science content but now I only watch you and Isaac Arthur. You just have a great variety and it’s always wonderful content. You make it fun as well as interesting and I’m a lifer because of it!

  • @lgrizzly
    @lgrizzly Před 4 měsíci +64

    Can I just say how refreshing and calming it is to watch a Joe Scott video. There is just so much anxiety inducing, rage baiting, and polarizing content out there. Joe please keep it going.

    • @theophany150
      @theophany150 Před 3 měsíci +1

      I agree but I HATE the woo-woo alarm. I would be embarrassed to have colleagues know that I watch videos with a woo-woo alarm in them. But Joe himself is good. He does not need a gimmick.

    • @enbeast8350
      @enbeast8350 Před 3 měsíci +1

      Some of the best of non-political CZcams

  • @ShawnHCorey
    @ShawnHCorey Před 4 měsíci +35

    "There is a theory which states that if ever anybody discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened." - Douglas Adams

  • @OlyChickenGuy
    @OlyChickenGuy Před 4 měsíci +2

    Congratulations, Joe, you're the first person that I've actually paid for what they're sponsoring (and one of the first things I've bought online, period). I used to have a cartridge razor, but lost it a long time ago and have been using the cheap-o disposables ever since, but I've been getting progressively more frustrated with them since these days I can only get a couple of good shaves out of them before I have to spend nearly ten minutes going over the same spot to cut everything that needs cut. Gotta admit it's a hefty down payment for the handle, but with the price of the 100 pack, well worth it to go with them instead of these stupid disposables that clog up so damn quick.
    Anyhow, thanks for being a reliable source for quality content, and someone who I feel I can trust with their sponsors!

  • @Lethgar_Smith
    @Lethgar_Smith Před 4 měsíci +2

    There's an old science fiction story called A Pale of Air about a family struggling to survive after the Earth is pulled from orbit around the Sun. Not only are they in perpetual moonless night but the atmosphere itself has frozen solid. They exist with warmth from a small nuclear reactor, the father was a scientist and saw the disaster coming and took steps to survive. They replenish their oxygen by carving out a solid block and bringing it inside while wearing environmental suits.
    It was a radio play on X Minus One back in the 50s. It's available here on CZcams. A very unique story.

  • @WauiMaui
    @WauiMaui Před 4 měsíci +7

    no video this week?

  • @mitchsargent4233
    @mitchsargent4233 Před 4 měsíci

    (On top of the always great video content)
    Kudos for the most entertaining intro to a sponsor plug of all time 😂🙌🏼 the only CZcamsr I’ve come across who puts the effort into making even the sponsor ads hilarious to watch.
    I always love debates and conversations between Joe Scott and Scoe Jott

  • @CheatOnlyDeath
    @CheatOnlyDeath Před 4 měsíci +3

    Good point about the darkness and cold of interstellar space. It's weird how people think you can use solar power while traveling between stars or to rogue planets. Even at 1/1000th the way to the nearest star it is too dark to use solar cells for power even if they are 100% efficient and as big as a house.

    • @scellowmcineka4087
      @scellowmcineka4087 Před 4 měsíci +2

      Already on our backyard on Mars solar efficiency drops significantly. Going beyond the asteroid belt solar power is becomes too weak yet we're only about half way within our star system...

  • @joz6683
    @joz6683 Před 4 měsíci +158

    We have recently re-evaluated our galaxy and found out that it has less mass than we thought, so our galaxy has a lower density than a galaxy our size should have. So we live in a quiet place just right for life. Anton Petrov covered this lower than expected mass on one of his recent videos.

    • @vincentcleaver1925
      @vincentcleaver1925 Před 4 měsíci +8

      Reminds me; when are two of our favorite geeks going to do a crossover? I want Joe to interview wonderful Anton about living in the alternate cyberpunk capital of the world

    • @SFELNMOD
      @SFELNMOD Před 4 měsíci +8

      Feels like this just leading to a redefining of what "should" be there. Like the measurements that tell us that 98% of the universe is invisible matter and energy, says to me the models are wrong is all, and we need to keep working on them.

    • @OShackHennessy
      @OShackHennessy Před 4 měsíci

      @@vincentcleaver1925Let us not forget John Michael Godier and his second channel Event Horizon.

    • @aserta
      @aserta Před 4 měsíci

      @@SFELNMOD entirely possible. But then again we're all individually and collectively incredibly stupid, so discovering these while still being alive in the next 50 to 100 years will be difficult. The consequences of the Exxon deal are just starting to roll into town like a merry band of outlaws that learnt there's no sheriff, but plenty of booze and women.

    • @JasonDennis-kx2gz
      @JasonDennis-kx2gz Před 4 měsíci +2

      Mr Petrov has become one of my favorite asmrs...I feel real relief from anxiety and ptsd

  • @AshtonCoolman
    @AshtonCoolman Před 4 měsíci +2

    They can be used as way stations for interstellar travel! This sounds like the makings of some great sci fi.

  • @abramisme
    @abramisme Před 4 měsíci

    I'm so glad you a breaking your comfort zone my friend. Good job on you! It's always hard going to a different chapter but it is worth it. Keep up the great work!

  • @woodrowsmith8065
    @woodrowsmith8065 Před 4 měsíci

    I enjoy your channel. Almost every episode brings new ideas for me to contemplate. But the commercial this episode - pure genius. So well scripted, so well produced. I really enjoyed watching your skill doing this commercial.

  • @Overfloable
    @Overfloable Před 4 měsíci +4

    I love your take on AI-creep and I'm definitely with you. No reason to be afraid of it, but to use AI in general, one has to make sure it's reliable to the point that double-checking isn't necessary anymore. And where you draw the line is obviously based on how important your project is. Anyways... long-time fan, as I bet most of your subscribers are. This time I thought I'd mention I'm on my 4th blade since Christmas. So in my case that's 20 years of shaving.

  • @Jeffool
    @Jeffool Před 4 měsíci

    Top 10 ad gag, right there. It got across everything the rest of the ad read did quick and funny. (And since I'm commenting, I'll add "Hey Joe, thanks for all the infotainment!")

  • @silverywingsagain
    @silverywingsagain Před 4 měsíci +111

    There are unfortunately no rogue planets in No Man's Sky, they are all bound to one star system or another. In the homebrew planetarium simulator known as Space Engine, however, there are rogue planets. From my experience, there is enough starlight to make out basic shapes. It was one of my early amazing VR experiences to stand on a mountaintop on a rogue planet high above the galaxy disc and gaze out over the Milky Way.

    • @lavasharkandboygirl9716
      @lavasharkandboygirl9716 Před 4 měsíci +9

      This sounds like the coolest thing I’ve ever heard of???

    • @HeftyYeti8764
      @HeftyYeti8764 Před 4 měsíci +9

      I love SpaceEngine. Probably one of the most beautiful games I have ever played.

    • @brianvlos3658
      @brianvlos3658 Před 4 měsíci +1

      Checkmate Nathan Moore

    • @Nunyagodambiznis
      @Nunyagodambiznis Před 4 měsíci

      @@lavasharkandboygirl9716 It's on Steam and (I think) some other platforms as well, works with VR and flatscreen and it's basically a simulation of the known universe with all of the current data on the universe plugged into it. Everything else that we don't know is procedurally generated based on our current understanding of physics and how the universe works so it can fill in the gaps and you can basically go wherever you want. Highly recommend checking it out if you can run it, it's an absolutely insane accomplishment.

    • @seanrallis5537
      @seanrallis5537 Před 4 měsíci +8

      Born too late to explore the world, but too early to explore the galaxy. Sad.

  • @l4zrh4wk
    @l4zrh4wk Před 4 měsíci +1

    Don’t burn yourself out mate, we love you and your content and totally understand if you need to take your time.

  • @Trust_me_I_am_an_Engineer
    @Trust_me_I_am_an_Engineer Před 4 měsíci +1

    So you're growing into the Joe Scott Corporation and you are scared of missing out on the hands on experience. That reminds me so much of Hayao Miyazaki who used to draw the cells himself for his movies and finally employed dozens of cooperators while still staying close to every aspect of production.

  • @AngusAngus
    @AngusAngus Před 4 měsíci

    Love you Joe! I've been following you since either just before or just after COVID struck, but it was definitely on a big space kick with Everyday Astronaut and Scott Manley et al, that lead me to your "how effing insane is it to try and terraform Mars" that turned me on to you and gave me the inkling that maybe Elon isn't so all-knowing, after all! What a lot has changed since then, but I feel so happy to be able to enjoy your content and your curiousity every single week. That's all I got, peace!

  • @sammyfromsydney
    @sammyfromsydney Před 4 měsíci

    I really enjoy your videos and I'm glad to see you're still making them.

  • @NATHANTHEPIMP
    @NATHANTHEPIMP Před 3 měsíci +8

    Where is the video? Are you ok bro?

  • @GabrielTheMagolorMain
    @GabrielTheMagolorMain Před 4 měsíci +29

    You’re the best Joe. Thanks for your videos. Always unique topics, you make it interesting. You’ve built one of my favorite channels. There’s a short list of CZcamsrs I often send people, like, “you gotta watch this channel, this video, etc.,” you’re definitely on there.

  • @DarkandWeird
    @DarkandWeird Před 4 měsíci

    "I have two editors working on it now..." obvious cut is editors saying, "I'm here!" Love it. Love the channel!

  • @klocugh12
    @klocugh12 Před 4 měsíci +4

    Rogue planets do have a remote possibility of life as we imagine, if they have liquid water under shell of ice, and some sort of internal heating (e.g., via nuclear decay) inside the core keeps it that way.

    • @scellowmcineka4087
      @scellowmcineka4087 Před 4 měsíci +1

      There should also be a possibility of life on a fairly large moon orbiting the rogue planet due to internal heat obtained from gravitational stresses.

  • @PreppingWithSarge
    @PreppingWithSarge Před 4 měsíci +1

    Joe did you see the recent "nod" to you from "The Why Files" where he made a little joke that in an alternate universe he may be you... he didn't specifically say you, but it's your music and he does the chair spin LOL

  • @jakewinn8404
    @jakewinn8404 Před 4 měsíci

    Having trouble hearing you in your recent videos. Love the space stuff. Great channel

  • @LyriixLKE
    @LyriixLKE Před 4 měsíci +1

    You should bring the chair spin back full-time! Love you as always Joe!

  • @williamchamberlain2263
    @williamchamberlain2263 Před 4 měsíci +78

    Can we petition the International Panel For Whatever to rename the 'rogue planet' as 'yeets'?

    • @debiesubaugher
      @debiesubaugher Před 4 měsíci

      Yessssssss

    • @Meatball2022
      @Meatball2022 Před 4 měsíci +2

      @@safoutop10104ok. I won’t.

    • @TheChuDragon
      @TheChuDragon Před 4 měsíci +5

      Captain's log #245 year 3078 " we've finally set our feet on a yeet. Suitable yeet for planting beet. Perfect amount of heat. I've found a dirt seat. After all the work I'm beat. Skeet skeet. Captain Sidjeet out."

    • @baneverything5580
      @baneverything5580 Před 4 měsíci

      I say we arrest Trump and find out what he knows about these rogue planets!

    • @jasontye3307
      @jasontye3307 Před 4 měsíci

      🎯

  • @doyouseeafloatingsandwich4301
    @doyouseeafloatingsandwich4301 Před 4 měsíci +1

    i remember reading a paoer like 11 years ago about how some rogue planets might be able to have life due to geothermal heating, but theres even more articles on it now

  • @roaldpage
    @roaldpage Před 4 měsíci +3

    If I remember the coverage from the time correctly Joe got the covid variant severity wrong. Delta was more deadly and virulent than Alpha or Beta, but Delta was out-competed by Omicron which was even more virulent but far more mild.

    • @jaegrant6441
      @jaegrant6441 Před 2 měsíci

      He also got the epidemiology wrong. Omicron isn't related to any other variant other than Wuhan strain.

  • @blakegrantham3407
    @blakegrantham3407 Před 4 měsíci +2

    I mentioned Yamanaka factor research in your last video on aging a year ago. I don't know if you read the comment or not but thanks! Also if you're interested in cancer therapies Lift Biosciences is one to watch. Cool story too. Starts off with a mouse that wouldn't die, then they discover neutrophils (which usually target bacteria) do the killing, moves into the discovery that 15% of the human population are innately immune to cancer (explains those smoker Guinness record holders) and ends with the discovery that the immunity is transplantable.

  • @eowendyl
    @eowendyl Před 4 měsíci +2

    Regarding the mice: If you read the text below the image, it says that the old mouse has had the treatment (of aging it) done, not the young mouse.
    Still, very much looking forward to the progress in this field!

  • @thierrymad9743
    @thierrymad9743 Před 4 měsíci +28

    In fact there might be more chance of life in rogue planets than orbiting planets. The reason is simple; stability! Millions, if not billions of years without the risk of dangerous solar pulses nor planet killer asteroids, that are usually coming from the star system. A giant gas planet with large moons could perfectly host life in inner oceans, like Europa might be.

    • @dhayes5143
      @dhayes5143 Před 3 měsíci +5

      You know what else are stable? Asteroids flung out into the void of space, with no parts of their orbits close to stars or blackholes. Life however requires energy flow. Now if that is provided from an active core and released through plate techtonics or similar, sure, there is a possibilty.

    • @Stijak85
      @Stijak85 Před 3 měsíci +8

      @@dhayes5143 I read once that if earth suddenly became rogue planet, all life on land would die, as almost all ocean life, and oceans would be covered by kms of ice, but around hydrothermal wants (where we believe were the best conditions for abiogenesis), anaerobic life would continue for billions of years using energy of the sulphides to fix carbon, totally independent of solar energy, based on the energy of leftover heat and nuclear decay in earth interior.

  • @mtl20
    @mtl20 Před 4 měsíci +32

    Recently there was a paper on rogue planets detected by the JWST. They are Jupiter size and are thought to be sort of failed stars. One of the most intdresting highlights is some of them are binary systems - two planets orbiting around each other.

    • @scellowmcineka4087
      @scellowmcineka4087 Před 4 měsíci +3

      They might also have earth size moon orbiting possibly with some form of life under its global shell ice 🌒

    • @thierrymad9743
      @thierrymad9743 Před 4 měsíci +8

      That's a classic observation bias; JWST can "only" detect huge gas planets.... doesn't mean there are no smaller ones

    • @-tera-3345
      @-tera-3345 Před 4 měsíci +2

      @@thierrymad9743 He never said those were representative of all rogue planets, though. Just that those were the features of the specific ones detected, which are interesting in their own right.

    • @DucatiDesmoRR
      @DucatiDesmoRR Před 4 měsíci +3

      I wonder if the missing mass of galaxies isn't dark matter it's just a bunch of debris like rogue planets and asteroids and black holes that just don't show up on telescopes. Especially a shit ton of stellar mass black holes, more than there are stars in a galaxy. Isn't that the simplest explaination?
      And that's the answer to the fermi paradox, too many black holes to hit for interstellar travel. Like if we made the background of space white instead of black a whole shit ton of black holes would just show up in between the stars.

    • @mikejones-vd3fg
      @mikejones-vd3fg Před 4 měsíci

      I thought this too, but apparently our non light emitting matter in our solar system is only a fraction of the mass compared to the sun, like 1% So even if all the solar systems lost their planets, thats still only a tiny fraction, which is not the huge fraction they're saying is missing. I think the math is just wrong but thats easy for me to say i dont have any better maths to help them with. But I dont think there is a fermi paradox, you cant say "we dont see aliens" when you dont even have eyes, as JWST is finding biosignature even next door (proxima b) i think its stafe to say we finaly have some eyes and we are seeing the possibiliy of life everywhere. Still just a possibliity and you can argue the JWST really isnt eyes, yet, but its better then being blind and making these assumption of the universe. @@DucatiDesmoRR

  • @leehappy3259
    @leehappy3259 Před 4 měsíci

    Your vision, voice, (like a writer's voice), passion, humor, intelligence, likeability and your ability to explain complicated concepts in a way that so many of us can understand - these are your gifts to us. If AI can help you do this even better, great. FTR, I am fine with AWJ 1.0. Thank you

  • @immagical7036
    @immagical7036 Před 4 měsíci +1

    This just makes me realise how damn *lucky* we are to have been brought about on this planet, in this star system, in this part of the galaxy and point in time

  • @jppendleton
    @jppendleton Před 4 měsíci

    Great video as always, Joe! Also loved seeing Maximilian on the shelf behind you! #teambob

  • @chardude
    @chardude Před 4 měsíci

    Yo Joe! Been watching you for a while. Before the decapitation video lol
    Keep up the good work king 👑

  • @35axeman
    @35axeman Před 4 měsíci +1

    Thanks Joe for warning us of all of our impending doom. When will we be able to buy our own rogue planet, I might need to keep my stuff on it.

  • @Torchmanz
    @Torchmanz Před 4 měsíci +26

    Thanks Joe for all that you do. Some of your videos helped me get through some tough times. Helped me keep my mind occupied. I'll always be grateful for that. Thank you!

    • @kellyhoward6941
      @kellyhoward6941 Před 4 měsíci

      Ditto...Joe's helped me retain what sanity I have left after years of battling medical problems & the absolutely sucky American medical "care" system.

  • @diraziz396
    @diraziz396 Před 4 měsíci

    Really Love your Vids. Thanks Joe

  • @stefanmcneal5423
    @stefanmcneal5423 Před 4 měsíci

    Hey joe! Love your content! Im a earbud user and i got you turned up to max. Still kinda quiet. Turn up the gain a couple notches! Keep the content flowing! Love you thanks!

  • @polychoron
    @polychoron Před 2 měsíci

    OMG, I loved your commercial! Unfirtunately I am like that, re: friendship. But I still want the razor as soon as I can afford it, lol.

  • @Apoxiosis
    @Apoxiosis Před 4 měsíci +1

    ayyy Joe is a gamer now. hell yeah. what matters is you have fun

  • @pm7734
    @pm7734 Před 4 měsíci +5

    It's now Tuesday and no new video. What's going on joe?

  • @sailingonasummerbreeze7892
    @sailingonasummerbreeze7892 Před 4 měsíci +34

    I remember watching an early SciFi movie when I was a kid called "When Worlds Collide"....this means that this is a possibility, hopefully a remote possibility. It was actually a pretty decent movie, where they are building a spaceship to land on the new planet as it forces the Earth out of its current orbit (or something to that effect). They do a lottery to select folks to be on the new spaceship, mostly younger couples.

    • @EinsteinsHair
      @EinsteinsHair Před 4 měsíci +6

      When I was a teenager I read a good book, which may be the one that inspired the movie. A pair of rogue planets were detected, one would collide with Earth and the other would pass nearby and be the only hope of escape. It was written before space travel, so the problems were not well understood. They lined the hull with books, to preserve Earth's knowledge and to insulate against the cold of space. They were most concerned about finding a metal to withstand the heat of the rocket's exhaust. But an entertaining story. Have to look up the movie.

    • @sailingonasummerbreeze7892
      @sailingonasummerbreeze7892 Před 4 měsíci

      @@EinsteinsHair It used to show on a station out of Chicago - called Family Classics. It actually won an Oscar (according to IMDB). A decent movie for its time.

    • @UpperDarbyDetailing
      @UpperDarbyDetailing Před 4 měsíci +2

      I remember a sci fi story in which we needed to flee the system before Sol went red giant. Their solution was to turn Luna into a sort of gravity tug. The engines would face towards Earth so that it’s light (and radiation) would shine on Earth giving us a false sun and keep a 24 hour (ish) day, while our gravitic attraction would let the “tug” pull our “spaceship” out of the system, or at least to a safer orbit.

    • @NedSpindle
      @NedSpindle Před 4 měsíci +1

      That was a Star and planet. A much newer film about a rogue planet is Melancholia.

    • @76rjackson
      @76rjackson Před 4 měsíci

      When World's Collide is available on CZcams.

  • @EricBLivingston
    @EricBLivingston Před 4 měsíci

    I love my Henson razor. I bought it with some skepticism but I’ve been totally won over and tossed out all my old stuff. It takes a couple of weeks to get the angle right since the head doesn’t self-angle on a spring, but once you have the knack of it, you’re good to go, permanently. Now I love the thing.

  • @jeffkadlec8264
    @jeffkadlec8264 Před 4 měsíci

    Thanks for being transparent & sharing so openly.

  • @JamesKintner
    @JamesKintner Před 4 měsíci

    Not sure what's up Joe, this episode made me feel good. Definitely a good dose of Joe Scott today.

  • @NewMateo
    @NewMateo Před 4 měsíci +3

    Would love to see you cover satellite tech today - esp with spy agencies. Apparently their is about 10 satellites that have the same resplution as hubble just pointing down at us directly. 10 cm reslution per square mile. Neat but scary stuff.

  • @tessat338
    @tessat338 Před 4 měsíci

    Thank you for saying "Where we are," instead of "Where we're at," which always grates on my ears.

  • @FrugalFamilyLiving
    @FrugalFamilyLiving Před 4 měsíci +12

    Imagine calculating leap year in a six star solar system…

    • @obi-wankenobi1750
      @obi-wankenobi1750 Před 4 měsíci +3

      Differential Equations ain’t got NOTHING on that monstrosity.

    • @dylancrouch273
      @dylancrouch273 Před 4 měsíci

      Would it even matter at that point?

  • @itsROMPERS...
    @itsROMPERS... Před 4 měsíci +1

    Joe: "I some want to spend my life in meetings and working in a job i don't really care about, i want to do something i love, like making videos about stuff I'm interested in. Editing video is FUN!"
    Joe now: "Uh oh, now i have meetings again and THIS is a job..."

  • @CGienapp1
    @CGienapp1 Před 4 měsíci

    Always good to see a Joe Scott video drop

  • @nexusangel
    @nexusangel Před 4 měsíci

    more skits please, i really love watching those! Wonder if you could have a spin off channel just doing comedic skits?

  • @ohkee
    @ohkee Před 4 měsíci

    Thanks dor the vid Joe!

  • @calcarter7295
    @calcarter7295 Před 4 měsíci

    I love how he said yeet and yeeted 😂

  • @amedley3086
    @amedley3086 Před 4 měsíci +13

    you should definitely check out the "Helliconia" series by Brian Aldiss. It's about a planet orbiting a star that orbits a star. Amazing. I simply cannot understand why it hasn't been made into a series or movies.

    • @metamorphicorder
      @metamorphicorder Před 4 měsíci +1

      I can explain that.
      I first encountered the heliconia series about 30 years ago. And its super attractive. Until you try to read it. I have not yeat finished the first book but i am almost done and it seems like its gonna get more exciting and i like dull things. Primer. The man from earth. Atlas shrugged. Watership down. (That took 20 years to finish and im an avid reader and i watched the animated feature.
      Im listening to the audble verison of the Heliconia series and am hoping the next 2 books are better. Thats why its not been adapted. Its dreadfully dull and amazingly attractive. 😜

    • @planetdisco4821
      @planetdisco4821 Před 3 měsíci

      @@metamorphicorder20 years to read Watership Down!? Thats not avid, it’s glacial lol. The Helliconia series was brilliant featuring an entire planetary ecology and also a society built around a thousand year long cycle of seasons. (Probably why it’s not a series tbh) anyway if you want to read some novels by Brian Aldiss that are less “dull” and considerably shorter I’d recommend both “Hothouse” and
      “Nonstop” … absolute masterpieces and real page-turners. You should be able to complete at least one of them by the end of the decade! 👍🤪😜

  • @Robisquick
    @Robisquick Před 4 měsíci +1

    For some reason I get an eerie feeling knowing that entire potential life hosting masses with insanely unique geology. Entire weather systems, crazy landscapes, all completely dark, vapid, and almost certainly never to be explored til heat death. Eerie

  • @YaMumsSpecialFriend
    @YaMumsSpecialFriend Před 4 měsíci

    Props for answering the covid question mate, and answered well too👌🏻

  • @RicardoGiassetti
    @RicardoGiassetti Před 4 měsíci +1

    You should have pointed Rendevous with Rama, by Arthur C Clarke. It is a rogue planet with a kind of life in it. Love your work, dude.

  • @donaldstewart9873
    @donaldstewart9873 Před 4 měsíci

    Robbie "The robot" was my favorite, but I loved the sinister look of Max!

  • @leviandhisbae7375
    @leviandhisbae7375 Před 4 měsíci

    Hi Scott, coincidentially I was planning on commenting here to let you know my fiancé and I just got a henson shaver, came in the mail yesterday and we already used it. We are THRILLED with the results. And I don't say that lightly. lol
    I'm practically immune to advertising, I don't buy stuff simply cuz somebody on the internet or TV is recommending it, I'm one of those commercial hating people, but I've been SO curious about Henson Shaving for a while now and you're actually one of the few CZcamsrs I trust to be honest about these things. All your sponsors have been useful and effective from what I can tell, so just a big thanks to you, and letting you know you're the very first person that got me to buy something simply cuz I had seen it in an advertisement, thought that was kinda funny XD

  • @n1lla
    @n1lla Před 4 měsíci +8

    Similar to the Photoshop thing, in the audio production sphere using AI to separate audio sources (stem separation) and even to aid in mixing is making huge strides. I really blew me away on how well it did with certain audio.

    • @ontheruntonowhere
      @ontheruntonowhere Před 4 měsíci

      I'm very interested in this. Are there any apps you've used that are worth mentioning?

  • @Entropy-Machine
    @Entropy-Machine Před 3 měsíci

    Love all that you do, but seems the audio of your video is a little low. Thanks for all the great content!

  • @scottsoule8974
    @scottsoule8974 Před 4 měsíci

    Has you puppy yet figured out the door? Just curious gun. Very cool joe. Ty. I mean thank you for the content

  • @maolcogi
    @maolcogi Před 4 měsíci +2

    Imagine a set of two planets in the blackness of space, no parent star, just those two planets. Imagine they orbit each other close enough to always have tidal stress causing geothermal activity heating up their core and mantle. Now imagine there's a water ocean on the surface covered with ice, but deep down it would be warm, and even lit up by the infrared light from that heat. Now imagine a civilization of sentient beings living in this warm ocean shielded by ice.
    I love thinking of weird hypothetical ideas like this ... the only sad part of this one is the people on those planets would probably never know other planets exist, or see stars or galaxies in a night sky (as they wouldn't have nights or a sky).

    • @TheGhostFart
      @TheGhostFart Před 4 měsíci

      you're not going to ever get anything beyond simple microbial life in your hypothetical scenario

    • @maolcogi
      @maolcogi Před 4 měsíci

      @@TheGhostFart What makes you say that?

  • @noodle4492
    @noodle4492 Před 4 měsíci

    Joe , I like you almost as much as why files.
    Good stuff , good stuff.

  • @agentkevin9662
    @agentkevin9662 Před 4 měsíci

    Most of the time i watch videos while eating, nothing good to find, then i find you. Always saving the day.

  • @WingedAsarath
    @WingedAsarath Před 4 měsíci +10

    Seeing Joe gaming was a very surreal experience 😂

  • @kevinfidler6287
    @kevinfidler6287 Před 4 měsíci +1

    Now, that makes me wonder how many rogue planets are captured by an alien star and result in it staying while ejecting native planet(s) making new rogue planets.

  • @i_dont_live_here
    @i_dont_live_here Před 4 měsíci

    This is a great place to learn real interesting and informative information 🎉❤

  • @gamesturbator
    @gamesturbator Před 4 měsíci +1

    0:22 thought 0:33 I'm stoned on hydrocodone and that was tripping me out. I've been hypmotized!

  • @viktorfunk1819
    @viktorfunk1819 Před 4 měsíci +1

    My view on humanity's spacefaring future has never been travelling from star to star, but rather spreading out in an interconnected web of settlements on rogue planets. It's safe to assume most star systems have equivalent of Oort clouds

  • @TaeSunWoo
    @TaeSunWoo Před 3 měsíci +1

    1:32 made me legit laughed until I choked coughed

  • @rodchallis8031
    @rodchallis8031 Před 4 měsíci +4

    Not mentioned in the headlines, but besides Trillions of Rogue Planets, there's also billions of Scofflaw Planets, Zillions of Ne'er Do Well Planets, but only dozens of Jackanapes Planets.

  • @geared2cre8
    @geared2cre8 Před 4 měsíci

    It's amazing because it really reminds me of the graphical interpretation of our particle collision experiments.
    That we are really just universes within universes within universes and on for ever each layer with the same basic laws of physics but all at different time scales because the particle we reside in sails at a particular speed due to time dilation

  • @TheMowgus
    @TheMowgus Před 4 měsíci

    I am from the TYC 7037-89-1 system and we love you Joe. Also, my sleep cycles are severely out of whack.

  • @DarrellD1
    @DarrellD1 Před 3 měsíci

    Great new studio. Looking forward to next week's video...

  • @kenw1852
    @kenw1852 Před 4 měsíci

    Your point about AI creeping into the technology we use is interesting. This is kind of a given though. In CS AI is a broader term that refers to a lot more than just the neural networks and machine learning models you see everywhere nowadays. ML is actually just a small area under the umbrella of AI. The more traditional subsets of AI have existed in our programs behind the scenes for a long time. As deep learning gets better it's only natural that these models will become tools and utilities in the programs that we use too, just like all the other things.
    Been following your channel for a long time. I'm glad to see that you're still making content. Thank you for all of your effort!

  • @Ranstone
    @Ranstone Před 4 měsíci +1

    Imagine a rogue planet passes by our solar system, and we see evidence of mining on it, but nothing else...

  • @harbingerofabsolutemadness6968
    @harbingerofabsolutemadness6968 Před 4 měsíci +17

    I wonder if there's any chance that one or more of the planets/dwarf planets in our solar system was once a rogue planet before being captured by the sun's gravity.

    • @CheatOnlyDeath
      @CheatOnlyDeath Před 4 měsíci

      Venus and Uranus have mysterious rotation characteristics. And our moon and others are certainly candidates. Pluto is highly inclined to the plane of most planets. There's a lot of chaos right here in the solar system. I wonder how a captured rogue planet could be conclusively determined?

    • @StevenLMaldonado
      @StevenLMaldonado Před 4 měsíci +3

      I've long suspected Uranus. Never quite trusted that guy. With his sideways rotation and silly name; I know that 𝐼 didn't invite him to the party.

    • @harbingerofabsolutemadness6968
      @harbingerofabsolutemadness6968 Před 4 měsíci +2

      @@StevenLMaldonado What about the other candidate like Venus? If I'm not mistaken, Venus is the only planet that orbits the sun in clockwise. While others move counter clockwise (or maybe it's the other way around. Have to check that later).
      Edit: I was wrong about the Venus' orbit. It's actually Venus rotation that is retrograde. While Venus orbit the sun in counter clockwise, its rotation is clockwise. But still.

    • @ZahraLowzley
      @ZahraLowzley Před 4 měsíci +3

      @@harbingerofabsolutemadness6968 The sunsets on Venus are stunning , well, for the first few months, then it starts getting a bit tedious. I once met a Plutonian, he left Pluto because on Pluto you can live your whole life without getting a single birthday present, which is very rude.

    • @richardpark3054
      @richardpark3054 Před 3 měsíci

      Sick and tired of 'uranus' jokes, the International Asstronomical Union has voted to rename 'Uranus'. In future, the planet will be known as "Urectum".@@StevenLMaldonado

  • @fnanfne
    @fnanfne Před 4 měsíci +2

    I got covid for a second time a couple of months ago and it was 100 times worse than the first, I actually thought I was going to die and wondered why I never sorted a will lol. Long healed from covid but I'm still suffering from Parosmia, Tinnitus and Labyrinthitis. Sucks balls I tells ya.

  • @thebipolarpsychonaut4984
    @thebipolarpsychonaut4984 Před 4 měsíci

    I bought a Henson because of Joe and I absolutely love it. Thanks Joe.

  • @davidanderson2357
    @davidanderson2357 Před 4 měsíci +1

    I always wondered what the Earth was actually made of, until I saw Joe's shirt. And now I know...
    ...A pearl onion inside a lemon inside a tomato inside a painted Christmas tree ball. Thanks, Joe! You really do have all the answers.