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Comments 6 385
JustAnyone
JustAnyone 2 days ago
But can it run chrysis on max settings?
RamenMan
RamenMan 5 days ago
0:13 Why is that banana sooo shiny???
MakeOutHill
MakeOutHill 5 days ago
RTX: ON
Atoool K
Atoool K 5 days ago
Wow my head hurts
Ramon Sauls
Ramon Sauls 9 days ago
6000 wow i can't wait till they get over 9000
Alex Hurt
Alex Hurt 9 days ago
I fucking love science! Please more videos like this. Love the scientific computing stuff!
will2see
will2see 12 days ago
very nice video, thank you!
Justin Hartman
Justin Hartman 12 days ago
Thanks Linus, it's a Canadian USvid channel, advertising a Canadian made cell company that isn't available in Canada..
pendeyo
pendeyo 13 days ago
this is something countries should spent waaaaay more money at
SuperKoudel
SuperKoudel 15 days ago
GR8!
The Automaticist
The Automaticist 16 days ago
How to Catch Dialga and Palkia in Pokemon Diamond and Pearl: this video
No Name
No Name 16 days ago
We know Linus just wants to go there and overclock all those computer cpu cores
John Kaplun
John Kaplun 17 days ago
Holy shit is right.
npc283283283
npc283283283 17 days ago
before bitcoin mining how many remember nividia used to offer tools to lend hardware for research to colleges and so fourth? One day we will return to 2008 and realize we had the tools to move forward all along
Xprsniper Xprsniper
Try running minecraft on this
Adam Rothstein
Adam Rothstein 18 days ago
If only we had this level of error reduction techniques in the modern physics lab I took in college...
Nunya Business
Nunya Business 20 days ago
I wonder if they are getting paid at all since the government is shut down
Nunya Business
Nunya Business 20 days ago
They have the word loblolly on their homepage
Nunya Business
Nunya Business 20 days ago
I fucking lost my mind at 8:08 I love these people
Nunya Business
Nunya Business 20 days ago
Of course scientists use Firefox
Nunya Business
Nunya Business 20 days ago
How could anybody dislike this?
Nunya Business
Nunya Business 20 days ago
What CPU cores were actually meant to be used for
Helix
Helix 20 days ago
I loved watching this lmao.
Hong Kong Tony
Hong Kong Tony 20 days ago
Oh so they are not going to neglect the 22 microsecond transmission time delay but i have to neglect the fact that water inside a container is decreasing when a hole is made Like if you get it.
Hong Kong Tony
Hong Kong Tony 20 days ago
Why do people have to say that energy is conserved even when not asked. Is there someone watching everything who is desperate to prove that conservation of energy is not real.
romio lover
romio lover 22 days ago
but does it run crysis ???!!!
Poti 225
Poti 225 22 days ago
The Ting go bling bling bling
Dan Nobles
Dan Nobles 22 days ago
Hi Linus! As a longtime fan, I love the builds and reviews too, but I must admit the heavy science stuff like this is a personal fave. Thanks for the great content!
CARLOS Martinez
CARLOS Martinez 22 days ago
holy shit this made me feel stupid.
No Name
No Name 24 days ago
This is great, this is basicly a sensor for our space glasses. Great shit. This can be rly helpful with lots of shits, and save a lots of time
Some1The4Got10
Some1The4Got10 25 days ago
Mmm, yes, very interesting, I understand nothing.
Norman Wolfe
Norman Wolfe 25 days ago
so this explanation of how gravitational waves were detected is possibly the best, most simple explanation i've ever seen. great job!
Zagrusz Ventus
Zagrusz Ventus 26 days ago
3:40 debian probably sience linux
Waldemar Hachaj
Waldemar Hachaj 26 days ago
I'm impressed.
Torashin1
Torashin1 27 days ago
Mind blown
Crónicas de um desactualizado
Loved the video. It's a good thing to be eclectic and still be spot on the channel themes .
Gajdos Gábor
Gajdos Gábor 27 days ago
no drops :(
Kewbraminx
Kewbraminx 27 days ago
But can it run crysis?
kebman
kebman 28 days ago
Something something theory of relativity, but how do they convince tax payers to fork out hundreds of millions of dollars on these projects that seem to ultimately not really contribute much, except proving more aspects of the Theory of Relativity? In other words, what's the point? What to regular humans get out of it? Or do they do it for the _chance_ of finding some mind-bending life-altering tech (with real-life application)?
kebman
kebman 28 days ago
So they use Debian. :D
Jeroen Bax
Jeroen Bax 28 days ago
awesome vid!
iLoveTheseRemoras
iLoveTheseRemoras 29 days ago
Our closest star is the Sun, at least last time I checked
ChaotiX
ChaotiX 29 days ago
Okay flat earthers, we've proved that Gravity exists. Your move.
Pizza Cat 1732
Pizza Cat 1732 Month ago
what's the wifi like in there
RectalDiscourse
RectalDiscourse Month ago
So uh, I'm about halfway through the video Wondering when the 6000 core CPU is gonna show up...
SuJu_Mimi
SuJu_Mimi Month ago
hot damn.
Pete Lomax
Pete Lomax Month ago
No-bell not no-bull (noble)
kevin hansen
kevin hansen Month ago
Still can’t run Arma 3
She's Sometimes Double Chocolate!
Oh, these calculations aren't done by those excess graphics cards then? :-O
She's Sometimes Double Chocolate!
Gravitational waves, huh? You mean... so when my girlfriend's shit falls...?
Jacob Powers
Jacob Powers Month ago
Tape drives wut
brent grubbs
brent grubbs Month ago
But can it game?
Dan D
Dan D Month ago
You visited LIGO that is really cool. I remember when they got the result. Loads of people though it would not work, not sensitive enough or just is not possible to detect gravity waves. I bet they had a sick party on that day. Drunken professors swinging from the chandelier. I would have paid to have been there.
Minecraft Parody Guy
But is it RGB
LEDtherebelight
LEDtherebelight Month ago
@_@
Sonny Thomas
Sonny Thomas Month ago
only 4000 gigs of ram puhss that aint shit lol!
SirDieselPower
SirDieselPower Month ago
did they calculate the curvature of the earth for that tube.. oh wait.. there is no curvature. my bad
Kervin
Kervin Month ago
I'm pretty no one understood anything but everyone pretends they did.
spaladon
spaladon Month ago
I always wonder how these projects and programs get money to fund all of the research, resources and staff.
Average Gamer26
Average Gamer26 Month ago
All these smart people to sciencey stuff and I’m over here trying to figure out how to find midpoints
360mins
360mins Month ago
Who's watching in 4k lol
Leander
Leander Month ago
Don't forget VIRGO !! D:
Nathanael Russin
holy crap, i live 5 minutes from livingston, i never knew they were doing that kind of research in a place like that!
CAOSWOLFIII
CAOSWOLFIII Month ago
so srry I was the guy that added 1 more like to the 66,666 likes I feel that that might have been a thing.
01Fratricide
01Fratricide Month ago
Now they need multiple 3 legged detectors placed in stable Lagrangian points or in orbit around the Sun for their stable environment so we can get Origin, Speed, Direction, Amplitude and Frequency of the waves.
Geoff Tru
Geoff Tru Month ago
Hey, I live pretty near there! That's awesome that you made a video on it.
KadenT
KadenT Month ago
Oh wow I’ve been there!
Alexella Hu
Alexella Hu Month ago
11:18 STEAM LOGO SPOTTED
Poquetlicious
Poquetlicious Month ago
have anyone told you, you´re like the male geeky Ellen Degeneres.
Andris Skullcandy
i wonder how that redhead look nude
Prezla men
Prezla men Month ago
Coolest video on the past :)
NvrUseYur RealName
Ting 11:53 - Folks take a REALLY good look at that map, because it's designed to, at a glance, look like they've better coverage than is experienced most places. I recently tried it in south central WA & it was unusable. Apparently, their network is much better for CDMA phones than GSM. BEFORE you try to use this map to do what people typically do with such, research the phone you're expecting to use with the network(don't just go by their site's confirmation that you're phone's compatible, that does NOT mean "will get good service"), & look at the area you're going to be trying to use it in MOST, & make sure the two match well. Does it show just Outdoors & In-vehicle? You will probly NOT get enough signal inside any building to let your phone even register the network's available. All that green you're seeing is just where they've got some small semblance of service. It's NOT an indicator of "good coverage". I REALLY wanted to only be paying ~$36/month vs the $100/mo I'm currently spending, but I ended up having to go back to my original carrier(which cost a $30 activation fee) after trying these guys out. DO YOUR RESEARCH & DON'T BE FOOLED BY THEIR MISLEADING TACTICS!!!
Valentin Stoilov
I read a lot, and some of the books are pure science. I guess that's why when I see video like this is like seeing naked woman. I want more videos like that one! Thanks for the good work!
Brandon Pietsch
Brandon Pietsch Month ago
Wait, is that a steam machine in the wild at 11:19? I thought they were a myth.
HRC3D
HRC3D Month ago
I'm quantum squeezing my balls
Patrick Nelson
Patrick Nelson Month ago
This was awesome; you gotta do more science tours like this. Do something at NASA next! 🚀
raferb
raferb Month ago
F’ing awesome sauce Linus!
Prophet Profit !
are we gonna simply ignore that steam logo at 11:18?
DANK MEMES
DANK MEMES Month ago
3:35 damn thats some dabian
GlasimonixStudios
And some people still say the earth is flat...
jose matos
jose matos Month ago
good video great stuff ,loved it .
Risto Paasivirta
They just wanted the best noise cancellation headset possible. Gravity wave detection started as a side project.
snekjuice
snekjuice Month ago
I appreciate how you didn't get to the "computery bit" for 9 minutes, and a lot of other geeks probably enjoyed the science as much as I did
Bo Cimino
Bo Cimino Month ago
Woot! Debian
STILL NOT CLICKED
Linus baited everyone into watching a documentary on liga ft Linus himself Godly work by a mad lad
Anand Kumar
Anand Kumar Month ago
Who fund them ؟؟
GoodBoneStructure
3:22 clout goggle
o
o Month ago
The guy with the white pants should be fired.
Per Lindholm
Per Lindholm Month ago
A gravity threshold Idea. I wonder if a threshold is needed to protect against too many gravity waves. If everything could generate gravity. It would make things hard. And since everything should make sense to a network maybe layers in machine learning could be protected with thresholds also. 6000 CPU Cores. I wonder if a future type computer will be a single case cluster computer. Many small motherboard to motherboard connects. Could be pretty cheap since its modular. CPU's does not require a new cuda version all the time.
Come As You Are
Come As You Are Month ago
I simply love everything about this channel. Make more of these videos they are super cool
Tiavor Kuroma
Tiavor Kuroma Month ago
there is enough atmosphere outside the ISS that it slows it down and they need to lift it up every few months to adjust the orbit.
Michael Hansen
Michael Hansen Month ago
Neat to see all that Sun gear still in use. Too bad ORCL destroyed Solaris and SPARC's remaining market share. The Intel speculative execution security holes don't exist on SPARC!
Caleb
Caleb Month ago
So much quantum nonsense.
redtails
redtails Month ago
Only in USA, do you need bulletproofing on your physics experiment lol
Progressive
Progressive Month ago
0:23 - 0:36 Now explain this part to radicals, flat earthers and fairytale believers..
Weril
Weril Month ago
actualy there is even a 3rd interferometer collaboring in europe - VIRGO - located near Pisa,Italy
STONEDay
STONEDay Month ago
say word..so how long before we have an app for that?
MrBrander
MrBrander Month ago
Linus Science Tips.
Shinku Toner
Shinku Toner Month ago
Yeah out gassing has always been a problem with metals. The space station has this problem too where the airlocks would start to smell due to the metals being exposed to zero pressures.
Teh509
Teh509 Month ago
Funny, that's exactly how close Linus is to dropping any given thing, at any given moment.
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