142 Nonillion Degrees; What Would Happen Next?

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  • 10000 comment lol

  • How hot is the Big Bang explosion?

  • “6,666 times the temp of the suns core” “6,666” 6666 *6666* *_666_*

  • Vsauce beat you to it my guy

  • 143 nonillion degrees

  • This scientist will end up killing us

  • Go shit in your mouth

  • 142 nonillion, what happens next? My mf curry would be still cold

  • Everybody: The hottest and coldest is my (food in microwave) Me: Wait... Nonillion is a legit word?

  • Why 142 Nannillions if we can do 142 Mamillions DUM DUM DUUUUUUM

  • Fahrenheit, please!

  • Rasputin can survive it.

  • Rectal thermometer enters a Black Hole

  • The hottest thing is: My pizza after I get it out of the oven The coldest: the swing chain at the park

  • Hell

  • Wait! So, cables can burn as hot as 2552 degrees F? I had no idea I was waving my dick over that much heat during fraternity hazing. 🤷‍♂️

  • Whjs dudf fdu

  • Eui zyzu

  • Uwiq suzzt

  • He

  • How hot is 540 degrees

  • Why are you using Celsius? I would imagine most of your viewers are American so why the fuck not use Fahrenheit... Weird ass fool

  • (lol) Love THIS series Narrator. His whimsical manner of describing even the most horrific details is amusing. "

  • What about hell

  • *when the middle of ur burrito is still cold after making in microwave*

  • Hey asshole, fuck the metric system

  • Me and the boys vibing and chilling in my reheated burger Absolute zero: the middle of the burger Nonillion degrees: the *cheese* 57 degrees: the lettuce 142 million degrees: the outside of the burger and the outside of the bun

  • The earth is flat it doesn't have a core lol serious man? I thought you were educated.

  • Youranus is the coldest planet jslrnrkfmd

  • A neutron star is a supernova remnant and is not produced by small (as in not massive) stars.

  • So, in a nutshell, we probably don't want to ever find out.

  • You telling me a candle can be hotter than LAVA!

  • This was a useless video. Delete your account.

  • 142.000000001 Nonillion degrees...

  • I love how you basically just stole Vsauce’s “How hot can it get” video

  • “Degrees” no longer sounds like a word

  • so dat means tardigrades cant survive on the sun oof

  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="155">2:35</a> Mercury hold my beer

  • The temperature is 98 outside but I know a hot temperature of 142 nonillion degrees Fahrenheit after the morning sun of a neutron star

  • now my ice cream wont complain about the heat on earth😑😁🍦

  • That's nonsense, it's either hot or cold man'

  • Haha, Jupiter’s core is 29,726 degrees farenheit

    • Kayden Chan ~30 does not sound right.

  • Highest surface temp on earth is also in Death Valley called Furnace Creek Ranch, measures 201 degrees, slightly below boiling point.

  • Shouldn't absolute zero just be 0. I really think we need to switch to Kelvin already

    • swat1229 Absolute zero is absolute zero. It does not change or matter what ever scale you use. You can call it 0 or banana. It is still the same. Lowest possible temperature. (Before you go full quantum)

  • My farts are hotter than all of these

  • Why can’t earths core can’t make earth burn but when the sun is getting bigger it will make earth disappear but the sun is not hotter than earth’s core Other people seeing this: NANI!!!! And forgot to tell you this when the sun get bigger the front of the sun will make the earth disappear by just the sun’s front

  • *Yeah my crush is more hutter*

  • I touched a candle flame it hurt

  • So 274 degrees is coldest possible but the hottest is 142 nonillion Makes sense

    • XtreeM FaiL absolute zero is around -274 degrees....

    • Kermit 2.0 Wrong. Coldest is absolute zero and hottest is Planck temperature.

  • It’ far said of the moon, not dark side of the moon. Your channel is all about scientific facts, you should know better.

  • I'm proud to say I called out loud "Planck heat" right before you started talking about it. ;D

  • i thought that was a burnt up corona

  • My crush

  • Honestly a black hole would probably form. I mean, nothing else can really happen without breaking numerous laws of physics.

  • For every atom that exists, there is an equal number of universes that exist, otherwise, the balance of creation is in jeopardy.

  • You can't be close to absolute zero if you're still infinitely far away from getting there.

  • "Which looks like this." 100000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 "Which is a ALOT."

  • Well my new mixtape is 142,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,001*C

  • What will happen in -209 Nonillion degrees

    • I actually don't know?

    • Godzilla Horror On what scale? Can't be Kelvin, Celsius or not even Farao height.

  • you stole everything from vsauce

  • Yay now there is something that can match my computer when playing a steam game!

  • Hottest thing in the universe: That mf slide on summer

  • My friend describing his girlfriend who goes to another school

  • Coldest planet is Uranus -210 degrees Pluto:"I'm breaking up with you humans!"

  • RLL: 46.5 celsius is the highest temperature that a person has survived. Haruo Nakajima laughs inside a 60 celsius Godzilla suit

  • Me: *reads the title* Still me: We should've been dead by now. Me after watching the video: How in the actual f are we not all dead yet?

  • Hottest thing in the universe is a metal slide in the summer

  • I’m glad I’m not the only one that thinks water bears are cute.

  • Ya ya 142 nonillion degrees is pretty hot but have hall mfs ever felt the Playground Slide in the summer

  • didnt know my uranus was so cold.

  • How do they measure it? Just asking

  • Is it just me or this scrip is written by vsauce. In his video how hot can we get?

  • I’m pretty sure the metal part of the seatbelt is hotter than this

  • A lot of this script was ripped straight out of Vsauce’s video. “How hot can it get?”

  • I’m pretty sure at that point, instead of trying to break atoms apart it would make more quarks and so create more atoms.

  • “142 nonillion degrees” *shows an unionised rock planet*

  • The intro background sounded like a fucking creepy pasta

  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="345">5:45</a> Could you imagine if somewhere, something got up to 255 nonillion and one degrees Fahrenheit, and out pops a container of Cup Noodles

  • The tumbnail said '142 nonillion degrees degrees'...

  • It’s ur-anus