Black Hole – Emma Blackery vs Katie Steckles – Game On 1×03

Black Hole – Emma Blackery vs Katie Steckles – Game On 1×03

Welcome back to Game On, I’m Tom Scott. I’m David Bodycombe. And today we have our first elimination match. One of these players is going to be out of the competition. What’s the game? It’s a number war and it’s called Black Hole. They’re going to take turns placing counters, 1 then 2 then 3,

LIGO’s Gravitational Wave Discovery Is Still In Question, But Why?

LIGO’s Gravitational Wave Discovery Is Still In Question, But Why?

In 2015, scientists observed gravitational waves. For the first time ever, we could actually ‘see’ the distortion of space-time as it reacted to huge events in space, like the collision of black holes. This was one of the most exciting physics discoveries of our age, and the team involved were even awarded the Nobel Prize

Will We Ever Be Able to Travel Through a Wormhole?

Will We Ever Be Able to Travel Through a Wormhole?

What happens when you have two black holes, quantum particles and a hell of a lot of gravity all in one place!? Traversable wormholes!! AKA a time machine? Many of you guys might’ve seen this demo of how a wormhole works. So if you have two points on a piece of paper… Like two planets

Could a Particle Accelerator Destroy Earth?

Could a Particle Accelerator Destroy Earth?

Advancing particle physics demands we build bigger and badder particle accelerators, but every time the conversation about the next ultra-mega-super collider comes up some stick in the mud announces that it could kill us and the whole universe… But will it? You probably fall into one or two camps on this subject. Either you’re like