FINAL SCIENCE CLASS- How to Survive a 5 Mile Fall with No Parachute

Birt 6 maí 2020
We'll be doing dangerous things like smashing a bunch of glass with rockets and talking about the farthest man made object and I'll explain why this is my last one. See you there and don't be tardy or it's a detention.

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  • Thanks everyone for coming to my classes! Be good. Stay curious. Take care of your physical and mental health and I''ll see you around on the internet! Oh, and as always, please consider subscribing :)

    • The trick is to get a jet pack

    • @dreamincolor14 It travels very far, like super far until the not perfect vacuum in space slowed it down so hard that it is just floating in space or it hits an asteroid or planet or something, which is btw much more likely

    • I think you answered my question about do you think there's intelligent life outer space by telling us about the golden record attached to Voyager

    • Hey mark I know this is a silly out of left field question but do you believe in intelligent life outer space?

    • You should do more of these cause I got so sad when I missed them

  • I use blanket as my parachute

  • I’m assuming the nuts are like that so they know if any of the nuts are loosening those things in the road are for weight to tell if a car is on it . Like a scale

  • Imagine if he hit a rafter , that would have hurt

  • Love it

  • I love how it went from a hammer to a wrench

  • how to survive a fall with no parachute? 1. Land in a deep ocean 2. Use a jetpack instead of a parachute 3. You don't

  • RIP everyone who was falling and didn't see timestamps

  • Any one notice his moan after the live glass break experiment?

  • 😀

  • I love Science now because of mark

  • How to survive a 5 mile fall with no parachute Me: hmm /gamerule fall_damage false Me: ~jumps off building~ Herobrine: ///+Hack.+falldamage=off@%forever Me: ~actually a flying squirrel~

  • Mark rober literily u taught me more than my teacher so i think u being a teacher is actually good

  • I got a detention

  • Hey! Do you know Greg Roe? He is a gymnast/trampoline athlete how set the sport "freestyle trampoline" into the world. And he is working together with @Nasa to get a Trampoline on the moon!!! And my question is: Do you think that you can jump higher on a trampoline on the moon? Because heavier people can jump higher on trampolines, and on the moon you are much more lightweight.... But maybe you can use your body strength more... I would love to hear your opinion on this :) hope you read this, I love you and your videos, keep doing that :)

    • @Mark Rober i hope you read this !!

  • i love science

  • Who else is watching this smugly because they know they can show off to their friends with this knowledge.

  • How to survive a 5 mile fall? Me: Fall over water.

    • Correction: fall on to slime block

  • Man I just started watching these vids and now you're stopping 😫 but I understand your reasons good luck on your future endeavors👌✌...the golden record on the attached to Voyager is so cool

  • I just watch these things cuz im bored and I wanna learn more stuff

  • water bucket

  • Packing Pleanuts 😂

  • Its a new era of bill nye lol

  • little kids after he says the earth move a little bit every time u jump: jumping constantly

  • mark: ur holding this hammer. little kids once he says, ur holding this wrench( same hammer) how the fck did he do that! he used science!

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  • Science but its fun this man is great

  • I really like the way you teach and how you present information. I suggest you watch or contact the channel "Because Science" it's another ISchats channel that revolves around science and he as well as you has very interesting ways of presenting important information in a fun way. I hope this suggestion does help you to tackle whatever obstacles you may have trying to become a teacher.

  • I hope to get more videos like this

  • 11 miles a second even if it does fly near other life how would they stop it?

  • How to survive a 5-mile fall? be an ant, ants have no fall damage.

  • skip to here to see the co2 explosion: 29:06

  • Wrench.

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  • Hi mark rober can we throw a hammer and then without releasing it go with it when we position toward the space craft

  • the circles in the road check for changes in themagnetic feild above them. something with enough mass like a car triggers them. but a person on a bike nope. even my gas scooter wouldn't set them off. thankfully i worked at 3am so could run reds without getting busted

  • The momentum demo so reminded me of a lot of presentations back in my school days xD, mark you´re awesome

  • Lmao I got my water bucket so I’m good Nvm turns out I suck at mlg

  • If Mark ever does plan to do classes like this again, I just wanted to give a video idea. What if everyone on the world jumped at the same time?

  • I was waiting on the 20,000 FPS slow motion clip of the glasses breaking, but i guess Gav wasn't available.

  • Awwww i kinda want you to make more :( i will miss this!

  • Yes I can now jump on solid cement from a cliff

  • Mark, assuming you read this, I just wanted to let you know (if you didn't already) that comments are disabled on your science fair projects ideas video that you asked people to leave comments on back in 2017. YT claims it was caused either by you manually disabling it or because it is marked as kid friendly and thus comments were disabled. If you still are interested in occasional comments on that old video you may want to change the rating so that it removes the comment block. I was going to suggest a hypothetical test for "What really killed off the dinosaurs?" Now I don't mean the whole meteor versus whatever bit since most of us know that answer, but rather what after effect caused by the apocalyptic event doomed them. Was it the lack of sunlight causing their body warmth to fail as a cold blooded animal? Was it a lack of food? An inability to breathe the atmosphere they were used to? A sudden change in the climate heat or humidity? Etc. The testing procedure would be petri dishes with equal number of bacterial colonies. Each dish would have most of the necessities of life but one would be changed. One dish would get no sunlight but have food and normal temperatures, etc. One dish would have no food in it, one dish would be extremely hot, etc. One dish would have everything good except it was stored in a box full of a bad gas. One dish would have too much water while another had too little. Basically you could check hundreds of different possibilities rather easily. There would be a control dish that had nothing good or bad, and a second control that had everything optimum just to completely make sure that there was no testing errors or overlooked causation skewing your results. After a set time each dish would be checked and see whether the colony count had stayed the same, decreased, or even increased. Then all of the colonies (which started off with an equal count) can be listed in order with the max positive count dishes on one end and the maximum negative count dishes on the other end. This theoretically should show what the most likely causes were and how important they are in terms of life. Now I realize that there is a big difference between bacteria and gigantic dinosaurs so the results might have some bias to them, but I do not think anyone is comfortable with the thought of killing off regular lizards just to test things so bacteria will have to do for the purpose of the experiments. The reason I think this would be a good experiment is it would be relatively cheap to test, has the option of allowing for testing dozens of things or just a few depending on how ambitious the researcher was giving it project scalability, would be easy to check for results since would just be comparing counts giving it user accessibility, would potentially help to resolve an endless debate making it historically important, and would have future benefits for doomsday planners of a future impact event in humanity's time by telling them what actually might need planning for that they never expected which even gives it future relevance. All total, it seems to me like there are many reasons why it would make a good project and only one or two potential drawbacks.

  • But to bring the Voyager to any sort of time or space sensitive stop, would completely destroy the record.

  • Ok I know this can't happen but what if your force x time was EVEN?!

  • JPL is actually my initials!!!!! No way!!!

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  • As a retired engineer/college professor, hearing about Conservation of Momentum or Conservation of Energy in any context is quite exciting. But hearing "Conservation of Conversation" at 32:35 is mind-blowing! Thank you for framing The Law of Relational Gravitation as it is the foundation of Civil Society. Good luck on the teaching dream.

  • WHERE ARE MY HAMMERS!

  • When a 30 minute class has reached you more than your entire physics class

  • Because this whole corona thing has stabilized lol

  • Best science teacher ever

  • thank you Mark Rober

  • I learn mor eon this than my actual science class... is that bad

  • Recap u can’t

  • Are you willing to test this for us?

  • Hello I am a bot ask me any questions and I will answer Read the fine print If robot malfunctions it is your fault

  • Ft fT so what if cars are made of Styrofoam? 😁😂🤔

  • When the only online lecture you attend is Mark Rober's.

  • Hope not the last video made.