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Illusions of Time
The Odd Number Rule
Laws & Causes
Mind Reading

Mind Reading

2 years ago

Behavior and Belief
How to Talk to Aliens
Should I Die?

Should I Die?

2 years ago

The Stilwell Brain
Moral Licensing

Moral Licensing

2 years ago

The Origins of Disgust
Which Way Is Down?
The Napkin Ring Problem
Vsauce Live Stream!
The Brachistochrone


4 years ago

Fixed Points

Fixed Points

4 years ago

How Earth Moves

How Earth Moves

4 years ago

Math Magic

Math Magic

5 years ago



5 years ago



5 years ago

Messages For The Future
The Zipf Mystery

The Zipf Mystery

5 years ago

Who Owns The Moon?
Human Extinction

Human Extinction

5 years ago

Is Cereal Soup?

Is Cereal Soup?

6 years ago

Is Earth Actually Flat?


6 years ago

Spooky Coincidences?
What Is The Earth Worth?


6 years ago

What is Random?

What is Random?

6 years ago

Some Surprising Things
The Web Is Not The Net
Where Is This Video?


6 years ago



7 years ago

Moving Illusions

Moving Illusions

7 years ago

Why Are Bad Words Bad?
Cruel Bombs

Cruel Bombs

7 years ago



7 years ago

Our Narrow Slice

Our Narrow Slice

7 years ago

How People Disappear
last words

last words

7 years ago

Why Do We Clap?

Why Do We Clap?

7 years ago

Why Do We Get Bored?
What Will We Miss?
  1. G A

    G A14 hours ago

    He back from the past

  2. ganondorfchampin

    ganondorfchampin14 hours ago

    19:17 I wonder if she's named after the Astronoid song, or if the Astronoid song is named after her?

  3. Leech

    Leech14 hours ago

    That took a lot of time to learn about time in which I will only remember bits of it next time when I have the time to reflect on it.

  4. Flexsor

    Flexsor14 hours ago

    This is disturbing 2:48

  5. Diana Cavendish

    Diana Cavendish14 hours ago

    I wanna do that it looks fun

  6. William Jemeyson

    William Jemeyson14 hours ago

    You need a show on Netflix.

  7. Pete The feet

    Pete The feet14 hours ago

    Me and Michael are the same age, that's a illusion of time I can't get my head around, he's well more advanced than I am 😂

  8. Pie

    Pie14 hours ago

    it's 2032 now and this video is no longer valid the start anyway

  9. Ivan Trifunjagic

    Ivan Trifunjagic14 hours ago

    This video helps a lot on how to be aware of oneself. How modern media is eating our lives. It is critical to our now and pointing out the problem we face now. I just got aware of it and thank you Michael for this video. Everyone has a problem that they are wasting their time but no one thinks they have time for anything. And that's because you are never bored but you are never learning new stuff and having a new experience. We need to translate to short long time perception. One step backwards for a lot of steps forward.

  10. zezomez

    zezomez14 hours ago

    For me I will miss the end of Israel 💔 I want see the end of Israel

  11. The GodFather

    The GodFather14 hours ago

    Finally.... It's time

  12. FrostedJr

    FrostedJr14 hours ago

    3:24 Holy shit, it's all brown you fucking pelican!

  13. iSquared

    iSquared14 hours ago

    6:50 - 7:20 should be audio replaced with an 80s power ballad.

  14. Berksysッ

    Berksysッ14 hours ago

    Is he using a green screen anf is faking to be in nyc?? U can see the green around his hair a bit

  15. Staticc

    Staticc14 hours ago

    𝕴𝖓 𝕯𝖊𝖋𝖊𝖓𝖘𝖊 𝕺𝖋 𝕮𝖔𝖒𝖎𝖈 𝕾𝖆𝖓𝖘

  16. Andre LaBranche

    Andre LaBranche14 hours ago

    Brilliant. This video is, dare I say, quite timely - at least for me. I spent much of today thinking about how social media and digital technology in general have fundamentally changed the way public consciousness works (in the US, anyway). The history of the US is short and volatile, but through almost all of it, public discourse was constrained by physical distance and slow information travel. There was nothing other than a person's local reality competing for mind-share, so for the most part, local reality was the primary reality. People who share a locale are related by shared truths - 'local facts'. That shared foundation is (I think) the key ingredient that unlocks the slow-moving, eventually-consistent corrective power of the group. An individual might make a mistake or have an otherwise aberrant reaction to the same stimulus that reached many others in the area, and it is precisely the unusual nature of that reaction compared to the local average (or that of the next town over) that creates the possibility for people to deliberate on those differences - maybe that person needs to be reeled back in, or maybe they are blazing new trails and everyone should follow. Now we live in a time when a large portion of many people's existence is not tied to any persistently shared locale, and public discourse barely obeys the laws of physics. Commensurate with that is a whole new kind of attention-based economy that we clearly are still extremely naive about. I think people are roughly about as gullible as they've ever been, on average - but when they're all wired together and they catch the same harmful stimulus there is no local group to catch them. I'm 44 years old and spent a lot of time on the Internet before it exploded in popularity, and also spent a lot of time being a person without the Internet. Experience that straddles that event horizon is rare and getting rarer, and I think about it a lot. Yadda yadda yadda, today's public consciousness is laregely defined by lucrative divisiveness, fever pitch, much anguish... and as far as I can tell, no widespread realization of the importance of sharing local facts with a community of people who can help keep each other on the straight and narrow. That's where I was before I started watching this video. Then about halfway through, you start in on another one of your magical turns where it feels like you're pulling me in a direction that's just out of focus, yet is simultaneously very compelling - then WOOSH - like the disorientation after disembarking a rollercoaster, I'm led directly to the notion that *of course* the fundamental shift in how people experience time is a very important part of this as-yet unstated B-plot. You rock, dude ;)

  17. Nikki Kickx

    Nikki Kickx14 hours ago

    The kindhearted vein connoly wobble because coke physically strengthen above a defiant fat. daily, kind yellow

  18. Shoeshiner

    Shoeshiner14 hours ago


  19. archhangell

    archhangell14 hours ago

    nobody is younger than Queen of England...nor will ever be.

  20. Qwerty

    Qwerty14 hours ago

    Imagine having a last name starting with Z haha. Yeah it sucks...

  21. Frans Hambali

    Frans Hambali14 hours ago

    Lesson learned: Vsauce needs to go international. Make local versions of Vsauce I both demand and dare you!!

  22. Beyin Kırıcı

    Beyin Kırıcı14 hours ago

    omg.. Just 10 years have passed it already looks outdated.

  23. bob53135

    bob5313514 hours ago

    What with the sweater changing regularly? 🤔

  24. Dap Tree

    Dap Tree14 hours ago

    What wre you doing?! Your food is still on the ground!!

  25. Susana Bueno

    Susana Bueno14 hours ago

    Who’s watching 2021

  26. Top Secret

    Top Secret14 hours ago

    Technically speaking anything that has to do with the Sperm Whale (the biggest toothed animal in the world, as well as the loudest animal in the world) qualifies it for everything in this video.

  27. F

    F14 hours ago

    1:25 people using computers: Hhhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...

  28. ɮʊɨʟɖɛʀツ

    ɮʊɨʟɖɛʀツ14 hours ago

    this explains his hair

  29. AWCY?

    AWCY?14 hours ago

    Babys aren't cute tho

  30. Gylastra !

    Gylastra !14 hours ago

    Vasuse📨 ----Videos📨 --------bad videos📨 -----------[folder is empty]📨

  31. Ben Migliore

    Ben Migliore14 hours ago

    I avoided this video as a kid cause I was legit scared. I’m now 19 and I’m finally watching it

  32. Ruben Romero

    Ruben Romero14 hours ago

    Anyone here after watching tenet??

  33. Rishil

    Rishil14 hours ago

    I still haven't watched the video but until now the brightest object in the universe according to me are quasars

  34. Ville Abr

    Ville Abr14 hours ago


  35. V1DE0DR0ME

    V1DE0DR0ME14 hours ago

    What's the artiste / title of the background music accompanying the Curiosity Box segment starting @ 30:20? It doesn't seem to be listed.

  36. Marian S

    Marian S14 hours ago

    I was like NOOOOOO not the beard! 😂😂

  37. Derek Chauvin Gaming

    Derek Chauvin Gaming14 hours ago

    This is crazy

  38. xaralampis_

    xaralampis_15 hours ago

    Bring 'em on

  39. Raj

    Raj15 hours ago

    The Qanon folks should watch this

  40. Even Luis

    Even Luis15 hours ago

    The tacky breakfast ethically answer because watch temporally form via a impartial sailboat. forgetful, mute susan

  41. R1FT YT

    R1FT YT15 hours ago

    Deja Vu I have been to this place before

  42. A_V___

    A_V___15 hours ago

    when the exorcist comes up this the only time i am immediately terrified to death... but maybe because of childhood traumas

  43. Yasaschandra Vempati

    Yasaschandra Vempati15 hours ago

    These many are watching this in 2021 👇

  44. Musharraf Shaikh

    Musharraf Shaikh15 hours ago

    0:19 Micheal looks like Moby lol

  45. Luke Tickner

    Luke Tickner15 hours ago

    here for the Tasmania reference

  46. Skimmy

    Skimmy15 hours ago

    Vsauce looks ren years older without a beard

  47. Matthew Shin

    Matthew Shin15 hours ago

    Who's watching this now?

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    [REDACTED]15 hours ago


  49. Jakvai

    Jakvai15 hours ago

    9 years ago.

  50. Hunter Lionel

    Hunter Lionel15 hours ago

    The music production quality is next level this time

  51. MrProtogen

    MrProtogen15 hours ago

    Well, when I see it this way, I have breathed in molecules that came out of someone's ass.

  52. Mike Gallo

    Mike Gallo15 hours ago

    Please don't let Christopher Nolan see this.

  53. DEVICE 057plus

    DEVICE 057plus15 hours ago

    Can you Mr. Vsauce explain *"Cutting"* does it divide one object to 2 pieces and still have the exact length, width, height, and even weight, or it removes a tiny part of it.

  54. Yota_Ninja

    Yota_Ninja15 hours ago

    Such a terrific video. So many concepts I've been thinking about a lot, and I'm also in my 30's, so this is very relatable to me currently. See you in 2031 for a revisit lol.

  55. Rajneesh Shukla

    Rajneesh Shukla15 hours ago

    I'm scared of the purple square now

  56. Kushal Gowda

    Kushal Gowda15 hours ago

    Imagine if this video becomes the most viewed video on Michael's Channel.

  57. D. Boumghar

    D. Boumghar15 hours ago

    Same thing with the COVID measures. In less than few days, police became MAD ! And no defense because they are NOT only 18y old ! Actually worse than this experience ! And yes it's mostly personality as the behaviour of different groups of police showed it during the "gilets jaunes" episode in France. Worse also when they brought forces from other countries in europe. Too bad that they stopped that after few days only. For COVID plandemia madness; they hired new people, train them very succintly and throw them on people... To maintain personality is to maintain strong principles; lik a very good commitment to a very good constitution ! And this constitution legally and strictly higher than any other power . Which still doesn't exist anywhere... That's why 2nd amendment in US was/is necessary; to keep in check any psychopathic power behaviour...

  58. Rambo

    Rambo15 hours ago

    Me : *thinking Deja Vu is cool* VSauce : People who tend to experience regular Deja Vu have brain damage Me : ........

  59. KrankZeGhost K

    KrankZeGhost K15 hours ago

    I think that everyone is scared of failure

  60. The Luinqued

    The Luinqued15 hours ago

    shake your device gently. *accidentaly destroys pc monitor* hahahahahahahahahahahaahahhaaha

  61. Abhishek Kumar

    Abhishek Kumar15 hours ago

    He's returned after a long time, or has he?

  62. TMC

    TMC15 hours ago

    00:18 My dude took the chance to neck her lmao

  63. paTish

    paTish15 hours ago

    YT used to be fun and interesting without drama

  64. Elocule

    Elocule15 hours ago


  65. sunny satvrn

    sunny satvrn15 hours ago

    Pain is temporary but swag is forever.

  66. Strat Cat

    Strat Cat15 hours ago

    Colorado isn't the best rectangle.. just the best state :) lol

  67. Craxy

    Craxy15 hours ago

    It's about time

  68. Nikki Kickx

    Nikki Kickx15 hours ago

    The nine slope descriptively add because select weekly order from a uneven love. melodic, receptive use

  69. TheNorainJS

    TheNorainJS15 hours ago

    seeing Michael without facial hair was a gut punch I wasn't ready for

  70. shroomimii

    shroomimii15 hours ago


  71. Cletus F Falitus

    Cletus F Falitus15 hours ago

    He uploads so slowly.

  72. David 「Titanium」

    David 「Titanium」15 hours ago

    fuck, I've been suffering a short-short time for years now gotta find an actual hobby i can stan to spend time to

  73. DAMN SON

    DAMN SON15 hours ago

    the starting music name?

  74. Andy Whitlock

    Andy Whitlock15 hours ago

    The edits and content is amazing! Is there anything else out there like this?

  75. lesarchg

    lesarchg15 hours ago

    You look like Jeff Kaplan from the Overwatch dev team.

  76. Brad McDade

    Brad McDade15 hours ago

    I'd contest the "short short" related to tv and/or other digital media as simply put a problem for new technologies being used by unconditioned humans. Personally, I have many Long short-short long relationships to gaming and/or browsing the internet and/or watching shows. These things were important to me because I grew up not only around them, but in a world that is dominated by them. Because of this I can understand the nuances of the relative realities not simply as an external reality but one in which are a major part of my internal reality filled with friends, loved ones, and valuable skills and lessons. I would argue that this could be considered similar to the discovery of America, or the dinosaurs themselves where you don't really consider the new mammal on the block unless you grew up in a world where they dominate everything. More on that I would also point to old Japanese paintings of tigers and humans to make my case where tigers aren't necessarily the top of a Japanese person's mind due to the fact they no longer dominate and moreover have significantly less relevance to modernity. I think this makes the case that the "short short" experience is simply a relativistic experience that applies only to specific scenarios and is not a base truth.

  77. Fe Simco

    Fe Simco15 hours ago

    How is this still being advertised to me?

  78. Nikki Kickx

    Nikki Kickx15 hours ago

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