Most AMAZING Materials Of The Future!

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  1. Chris Marshall

    Chris MarshallDay ago

    I hate you

  2. Sarah DeMarcus

    Sarah DeMarcus3 days ago

    Google built a Space elevator? JACOB’S LADDER. Crime.

  3. Thick Bloke

    Thick Bloke3 days ago

    How can they be the coolest materials of the 'future' if they are being used now? Now is not the future, is it?

  4. Edgar Alfaro

    Edgar Alfaro4 days ago

    Then when we can't destroy it then what

  5. quantibility

    quantibility5 days ago

    Hey mobilegeeks, your forgot Quantum batteries.

  6. Paul Davenport

    Paul Davenport6 days ago

    I just painted my living room with a paint that has no color. You can't tell the before from the after.

  7. Joseph Archer

    Joseph Archer7 days ago

    Alien technology.

  8. Ramsés Vásquez

    Ramsés Vásquez9 days ago

    Why don't all these things clean out a dirty conscience? If only I ruled the world, nobody ever would feel any more rage, me included.

  9. William TA

    William TA10 days ago

    I love your voice#

  10. David Sfwriter

    David Sfwriter12 days ago

    The mispronunciations made my brain hurt. Hex-a-gone-a-gal...seriously? Hex-ag-on-al... There were about ten instances but there is no way I'm going to listen to it again to list them for you... Oh...yeah... poly-eth-thigh-lean for poly-ethel-een. Oh I'm getting dizzy just thinking about them again... Free Tip: Read your script to someone knowledgeable BEFORE you commit it to video... They'll help you get it right...

  11. Magnitude

    Magnitude14 days ago

    Where can i buy the Spider silk jacket?

  12. Dyslexic Artist Theory on the Physics of 'Time'

    Dyslexic Artist Theory on the Physics of 'Time'15 days ago

    Good info!!!

  13. MGang TV

    MGang TV19 days ago

    this is dope drop a sub if your feeling a positive vibe

  14. Clare Boocock

    Clare Boocock20 days ago

    cannot listen to this irritating voice. Reading way too fast.

  15. Anthony Perry

    Anthony Perry23 days ago

    I'd like to see a nano crystal electricity video.

  16. ShockDoctrin

    ShockDoctrin25 days ago

    They are going to make Aerogel condoms that will give you the ability to screw a light socket.

  17. Devina Danado

    Devina Danado25 days ago

    Oh hell no! Flesh eating bacterial glue, not happening for me ty. And that titanium foam...Oh HELLLLL no. That's part of my idea for fixing shattered spinal vertebrae. Maybe not the foam part but titanium for sure being used to synthesize and create entire spinal columns with maybe nylon disks

  18. 10p6

    10p625 days ago

    Yes, no! No. 1 for insulation. Aerogel has been out for over 80 years yet we do not see it for insulation now because big business does not want us to save MASSIVE amounts of energy.

  19. Thomas Kallmyr

    Thomas Kallmyr28 days ago

    ESCARGENCY

  20. Thomas De Lello

    Thomas De LelloMonth ago

    Nanotechnology is going to blow your mind....

  21. Al Jones

    Al JonesMonth ago

    Funny that all those years Bob Lazar kept his mouth shut, he owned the company that held the NASA contracts to produce the Aerogel. Wonder why that wasn't mentioned. As far as the government's concerned Lazar barely finished high school. Wonder why they let him build all that Aerogel?

  22. Gregory Simon

    Gregory SimonMonth ago

    tarantulas producing wool perhaps

  23. AmorphisBob

    AmorphisBobMonth ago

    If they're in use right now, they're not materials of the future. They're materials of the present

  24. Jason Bourne

    Jason BourneMonth ago

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  25. Mental Morzan

    Mental MorzanMonth ago

    Spider Silk is WAYYYYYYyyyYYY more important than most of the things on this list. it may sound stupid AF at first but after doing research you'll realize this shit is OP AF! This shit is going to be used for bulletproof vests due to its crazy resistance and weight. I just didn't know they figured out a way to mass produce this shit this fast! Last video i watched about it was 5 years ago and from the way it sounded they were close but NOT CLOSE. Seriously ridiculous. I just cant wait til we get the jellyfish lasers..........btw im serious look it up. This shit will make death rays a fuckin' reality.

  26. BruhGuy47

    BruhGuy47Month ago

    sounds very depressed

  27. John Smith

    John SmithMonth ago

    0:40 All matter is 99.999% empty space! 9:41 I thought that bioluminescence was caused by the enzyme Luciferin

  28. Louis Joseph Reyes III

    Louis Joseph Reyes IIIMonth ago

    Please let me put this all together for you but you all have to work together and I will do this.~kaz

  29. Jet Gardner

    Jet GardnerMonth ago

    No matter how GREAT the subject, the fact that this vid is suddenly interrupted multiple times by ads and the asinine begging for subscription earns it a THUMBS DOWN.

  30. PJP

    PJPMonth ago

    All of these to end up in the landfields

  31. Morgan Olfursson

    Morgan OlfurssonMonth ago

    If it already exists , it is by definition, not Materials of the future, but Material of the present . And since the video is already a year old, it is actually Material of the past.

  32. Andy Powell

    Andy PowellMonth ago

    WTF is a "hexagonigal lattice?

  33. Gimpler Da Happenin

    Gimpler Da HappeninMonth ago

    In-sane.

  34. ThereIsNoTry

    ThereIsNoTry2 months ago

    Checkerout Mang!!!! In Mexico we call bands like Limp Bizkit, Five Finger Death Punch and Bring Me The Horizon "Sheet Metal"

  35. Xavier Dexter

    Xavier Dexter2 months ago

    This is nothing new. This was stolen from the ancient civilization that where here.

  36. W Leon

    W Leon2 months ago

    The thing is though, all of these creations would only be available to those who can afford them. I wish to God that they would be made available to ALL mankind. no matter what status you are.

  37. Brian Kane

    Brian Kane2 months ago

    Didn't Arthur C. Clarke postulate a "Space elevator"? YUP, must have been in the 60s? "The Fountains of Paradise is a novel by British writer Arthur C. Clarke. Set in the 22nd century, it describes the construction of a space elevator. This "orbital tower" is a giant structure rising from the ground and linking with a satellite in geostationary orbit at the height of approximately 36,000 kilometres (approx. 22,300 miles). Such a structure would be used to raise payloads to orbit without the expense of using rockets. The novel won both the Hugo and Nebula Awards for Best Novel."

  38. nate Ean

    nate Ean2 months ago

    Did you she say Aerogel is small on the outside but large in the inside???? as in Dr. Who???

  39. James Bizarre

    James Bizarre2 months ago

    While these are impressive materials, most of them are far from being ready for application and you are not being very honest by not mentioning the severe limitations of some of these materials.

  40. Seattle Solar Supply

    Seattle Solar Supply2 months ago

    Absolutely fascinating. Invest your Bitcoin!

  41. Ajia Cooper

    Ajia CooperMonth ago

    lol

  42. glessie ann bulaquena

    glessie ann bulaquena2 months ago

    I DOUBT IF ANYONE UNDERSTANDS THIS MUCH,..AND WHY WOULD THEY,..THIS TECHNOLOGY IS SO ADVANCED THAT THE ONLY THING THE INVENTORES GIVE US IS THIS,...BUT THE FACT IS,..IT HAS GONE SO MUCH MORE VIRAL THEN IT IS CLAIMED TO BE,.......RHIS IS WHAT WILL HYBRIDE THE NEW SYSTEM OF SO CALLED COMPUTERS,....THE D-WAVE SYSTEM IS ESTABLISHED WORLDWIDE,...THE ONLY THING TO DO IS INTEGRATE IT INTO THE PUBLIC ,..INCORPORATING THE 5G HARDWAR THAT IS BEING INSTALLED EVERYWHERE AROUND THE IMPORTANT COMMUNICATION ARES OF THE USA,......OK YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED,....NOW STAY AWAY FROM D-WAVE COMPUTING,...AND THE 5G TOWERS,..IF YOU CAN,...MAYBE NONE OF US WILL BE ABLE TO AVOID THE 5G IN THE VERY SHORT FUTURE,.......THIS TECHNOLOGY ,...MORE SO THEN CELL PHONE TECHNOLOGY AS WE KNOW IT TODAY,...WILL PERMENATLY CHANGE THE WAY WE LIVE,..AND THE WAY WE WILL PERCIEVE THE FUTURE,..... HELP US LORD,..BECAUSE THIS ELITE CONTROL OVER OUR LIVES IS BEING RAMPED UP,...EVERYWHERE AROUND THE WORLD,......OPEN YOU EYES,.....OLD MEN AND OLD WEOMEN,.......DONT LET THEM TAKE US DOWN WITHOUT VOICING OUR OPINIONS AND BELIEFS,...I BELIEVE IN GOD ,..JESUS CHRIST,..AND THE HOLY GHOST,.....THIS IS HIS WORLD,...NO ONE GET IN,...NOONE GETS OUT,...UNLESS HE OPENS THE WINDOW,...NO OTHER OPTION IS TRUE,......ACKNOWLEDGE THE LORD,...NOW

  43. Derp Sinbad

    Derp Sinbad2 months ago

    Empety

  44. Conor Corrigan

    Conor Corrigan2 months ago

    Stopped watching when she said Graphene was 2-dimensional... Uh. No.

  45. Conor Corrigan

    Conor Corrigan2 months ago

    A space elevator could never transport astronauts to the ISS or the moon... The ISS is moving at 17500 kph and the moon doesn't have a large enough hill sphere for a space elevator.

  46. Stan Williams

    Stan Williams3 months ago

    Excellent video!

  47. Wolfgang Buck

    Wolfgang Buck3 months ago

    $heeeiiiiit! How much is that Aerogel. I could find billions of uses for that! Awe shux though, I bet you gotta have $ to get enough to do anything with. Well, I'm gonna look that up rigjt now, unless she says what I am looking for in this video. Nyuk nyuk. Like I said. I will have to wait a couple hundred years for it to devalue to get enough to do some good with. That stuff is 1$ per cubic centimeter and $23,000per pound. Looks like I'm stuck with saving drink holders and egg crates. Nah Lol. That would be a total waste of time.

  48. Ibrahim el sayed

    Ibrahim el sayed3 months ago

    Very Good Video Now I Can Know The Difference Between Metallurgy our ancient science of material and the New advanced Science or The Wonder Material . incredible To increase Strongness And To Change Properties Of Graphene's To be Stronger Than Diamond And Stronger Than Steel 200x And We Can Solve A Difficult Problem Like Impact Protection By D30 Material. Congratulation Mr. C ANDERS The Nobel Prize For Physics 4th. of February 2013 .

  49. Norfolk250

    Norfolk2503 months ago

    “...hold diamonds together...” Wording matters. The strength that holds a diamond together vs the strength that holds two or more diamonds together --- a world of difference is seen by her adding that completely unnessasary ‘s’ to that one word. Ya ya ya... I know the flack this is gonna get, but, it doesn’t lesson the strength of the lesson (see what I just did there?) in this lesson (oop!! I just did det a gan!!).

  50. Jerk Douglas

    Jerk Douglas3 months ago

    hexagonigal!

  51. shawnte Pitts

    shawnte Pitts3 months ago

    That's right girls

  52. mcritchie

    mcritchie3 months ago

    Graphene Aerogel (#1), between Hydrogen & Helium in density. If it is lighter than air, you can't just throw it on a petroleum spill, so I don't see how you can mop up the petroleum, let alone transport it in a usable form.

  53. Silverio Rebelo

    Silverio Rebelo3 months ago

    These guys keep on making propaganda about the danger of CO2 emissions, despite it being the most green substance possible!. It's incredible, the desire to be trendy and appear to be a good progressive, even if that entails submission to lies spread by the elite. Yeah, it's sooo good to be a lackey!!!

  54. 簡宥名

    簡宥名3 months ago

    So…where was it

  55. PearlofArms

    PearlofArms3 months ago

    It's D3O not D30.

  56. Sirius V

    Sirius V3 months ago

    I see new form of non recyclable materials.

  57. FIJN MAN

    FIJN MAN3 months ago

    Break your legg and you'll come back stronger with a injection of titanium foam! I'm gonna break my bones for fun in a couple of years..

  58. William Shirey

    William Shirey3 months ago

    I love this episode, but you are insanely chearful.

  59. Randy Justice

    Randy Justice3 months ago

    Bull shit

  60. Morir es vivir

    Morir es vivir3 months ago

    Conrete tumors... Ew.

  61. Morir es vivir

    Morir es vivir3 months ago

    This is so cool and promising. I'm really waiting for holograms to be more legit.

  62. Lance The King Reaper

    Lance The King Reaper3 months ago

    2. Ooblek

  63. ucheucheuche

    ucheucheuche3 months ago

    Thumbs up for mentioning the thumbnail Aerogel picture first.

  64. Clayay! Husain

    Clayay! Husain3 months ago

    this video is way too outdated graphene aerogel is at least 3 year old news and graphene had already been found in the 1960s, Graphene is not strongest material, crbyne is a material found in 2014 and is stronger at least twice than graphene.

  65. J. C.

    J. C.3 months ago

    You should check out Washington DC local inventor “Mahmut Sarikaya” ; ‘Fire Wall’...product, it is a patented servals chemicals when dry will prevent heat transfer! And he is good buddy of mine. When insulated with aluminum with layers of ‘Fire wall’ chemical also block radiation.

  66. Howie Shea

    Howie Shea3 months ago

    AEROGEL from dome

  67. Craig Lewis

    Craig Lewis3 months ago

    I have a 100 million ton deposit of Graphite. Looking at starting a mine so we can make a LOT of Graphene :)

  68. john Sullivan

    john Sullivan4 months ago

    Beach babes

  69. zyriuz2

    zyriuz24 months ago

    we have all these cool micro things but yet no cure for cancer...

  70. meme adict

    meme adict4 months ago

    carbon nanotubes why they are stronger than graphene

  71. Ajia Cooper

    Ajia CooperMonth ago

    They're just graphene tubes. They're stronger because you're making a sheet into a cylinder.

  72. Grabzza

    Grabzza4 months ago

    Aerogel reminds me of glimmer from destiny

  73. David Wren

    David Wren4 months ago

    The man's name is jeran not jism you retard, you hide behind your desk in mommy's basement, cheeto stained shirt, filthy on your back. We all know the reason you'll never mention your name or show your face, is the simple fact that if I or MANY like me would leave you in hospital drinking through a straw,I couldn't despise you more. And where jeran concerned he's about a 128 iq whereas you have driveled on making it easy to gauge you're iq is roughly 80 and that's been generous you could ever espire to would be to fill jerans boots. But his shoes are too big on you, and you know what they say about small feet. N.A.S.A fanboys are us,.....have you got the stones to reply. I doubt it but time will tell..don't lie to each other and open your mind there's truth inside.....J E R A N I S M

  74. TON O'CLAY

    TON O'CLAY4 months ago

    i discovered graphite was conductive as a kid lol when i would stab it into my calculator buttons :P

  75. Justin C

    Justin C4 months ago

    wow Anders made a time machine

  76. Jerome Lawson

    Jerome Lawson4 months ago

    Fibrolin cased in molecular glue covering aluminum bubble wrap filled with aerogel.

  77. ironranger5710

    ironranger57104 months ago

    wait? unobtainium?

  78. Skunko Hilarious

    Skunko Hilarious4 months ago

    Wow. I think D30 is the coolest!

  79. InterAct Party

    InterAct Party4 months ago

    Wonder how aerogel does over time though!

  80. El Jefe

    El Jefe4 months ago

    hmmmm imagine a mountain bike made out of carbon nanotubes ......

  81. DavidFMayerPhD

    DavidFMayerPhD4 months ago

    Cory Vanderbaan & Miss Summer Hayes raise important health & environmental issues. Ultra strong fibers are TOXIC: Asbestos, Fiberglass, etc. Since the new materials (some of them) are not biodegradable, they will simply build up in the environment and contaminate it forever.

  82. Maria Castro

    Maria Castro4 months ago

    You said nanotubes is 300 times stronger than steel then said graphene is the strongest material known to man at 200 times, wich is it

  83. Will Templeton

    Will Templeton4 months ago

    carbon nanotubes are a particular conformation of graphene. Also, she said the specific strength of carbon nanotubes is 300 times that of high-carbon steel, whereas she simply said graphene is 200 times stronger than steel. These two statements are apples-to-oranges. First, steel isn't a specific term. There are many kinds of steel, even high-carbon steel only moderately narrows the potential materials. And although specific strength is a defined property, it takes many forms depending on the tested failure mode (compression, tension, shear). Then, saying that graphene is 200 times stronger than steel is an imprecise assertion that is vaguely correct, but doesn't lend itself to verification, because she didn't explain if she meant specific strength or regular strength. Anyway, this girl couldn't answer your question if she wanted to. Her job is to vomit out one 4th-grade level report each day. She googles things, quickly mashes together some facts, cuts and pastes some images into Keynote, and records some haphazard narration (e.g. 10:29 "hexagonigal" lol) for a listicle around 10 minutes long. Do you demand David Muir to explain himself when he reports the Dow is up 100 points but the S&P barely moved?

  84. jose izquierdo

    jose izquierdo4 months ago

    Eventually, some of these "newly-discovered materials" may result helpful in saving people's lives...maybe by incorporating them in transportation vessels like "trains, boats, planes, and automobiles"...as newer safety features ...plus they may become useful someday in upgrading emergency equipment like firefighters' or police officers' tools, uniforms and shields. Of course, they'd be ideal materials for space exploration and for creating new working machines and robots in the not-so-distant future..."besides all of their present-day uses"...THESE MATERIALS SHOULD BE FURTHER EXPLORED, ANALYZED AND TESTED FOR FUTURE UTILIZATION. 📝

  85. Shawy D

    Shawy D2 months ago

    jose izquierdo me Gellar disease

  86. Hessella

    Hessella4 months ago

    love is all you need.

  87. mike buckpitt

    mike buckpitt3 months ago

    Hexsella and you shall have it. Seek, the and yeh shall receive!😘

  88. Irina Miklashevskaya

    Irina Miklashevskaya4 months ago

    cool new airplane esolation..:) ect

  89. Radio Pod

    Radio Pod4 months ago

    If the materials are of the future, how can they be used now (that what she said!)? Future means "a period of time following the moment of speaking or writing; time regarded as still to come".

  90. kermitefrog64

    kermitefrog645 months ago

    I wonder if the aluminum bubble wrap could be used in aircraft.

  91. Deplorable in Berlin

    Deplorable in Berlin5 months ago

    What a repulsive narrator voice.

  92. Will Templeton

    Will Templeton4 months ago

    I mean... I agree with you, but that wasn't nice homey. She's just tryna make a dollar the best way she can. I begrudgingly give you a thumbs up.

  93. lordvore

    lordvore5 months ago

    Aluminium has been linked to alzheimer's so... yeah let's have more of that.

  94. Will Templeton

    Will Templeton4 months ago

    Yes, we have a pollution problem. I thought we were talking about aluminum foil insulation/packaging. I'm happy to discuss your new topic as well though. It turns out our soaps, grocery bags, and clothing are the biggest sources of plastic nanoparticles that make their way into the food chain. It might be best if we agree not to put aluminum insulation in the aforementioned products. There isn't really a economic motivation to do that in the first place, nor is there a health risk even should such a use case arise. You see, aluminum foil is metallic aluminum, and metallic aluminum and its oxides are difficult to biodegrade and denser than water. On top of that, metallic aluminum is absorbed through digestive processes at incredibly low rates and are effectively removed by the kidneys, so the penetration of the food chain by aluminum is not a realistic concern. The forms of aluminum that have been questioned for their potential links to AD are aluminum salts, which are used in fabric and food drying, pharmaceuticals and antiperspirants. Metallic aluminum is largely inert and not bioavailable in the body, nor can it cross the blood-brain barrier.

  95. lordvore

    lordvore4 months ago

    Will Templeton no but unless you're ignorant of science completely you'll be aware that we have a bit of a problem with plastic getting into the food chain and filling up the ocean. More aluminium in the environment in a material that will float on a gentle breeze... That's a problem to any person who can follow a logical extrapolation. Aluminium in the food chain is worse.

  96. Will Templeton

    Will Templeton4 months ago

    do you eat bubble wrap?

  97. Mauro Stojku

    Mauro Stojku5 months ago

    GIVE ME TITANIUM SKELETON

  98. Joe A

    Joe A5 months ago

    D30=oobleck!

  99. Christos Giannopoulos

    Christos Giannopoulos5 months ago

    So you have a solid that floats in air and you use it to make sponges ? Why not a floating battleship made of that stuff ?

  100. Ajia Cooper

    Ajia CooperMonth ago

    Considering it's graphene...

  101. michael engleman

    michael engleman5 months ago

    5 ads in this video alone.everytime it plays another one makes me feel for the MReporter shooter.i COMPLETLY understand her pain

  102. Chibi Blaziken

    Chibi Blaziken5 months ago

    Graphene Aerogel batteries .... there i fixed the biggest 1st world problem ever... lack of battery life

  103. Allan Nowak

    Allan Nowak5 months ago

    Elevators using lasers research it

  104. Allan Nowak

    Allan Nowak5 months ago

    How do we kill the aerogel chemical attacks particle physics chemtrails

  105. Philip Spencer

    Philip Spencer5 months ago

    if they could use it to build on the moon why don't they an make shields out of it.. aerogel

  106. Bitchy_ Bitch!

    Bitchy_ Bitch!5 months ago

    The more futuristic things invented, the more that will liter the earth, sea, sky, and outer space. The less biodegradable & more endurable it is; the more it humanity will pervert nature with it! For example: when plastic was first introduced to society on a mass production level: everyone thought ; great, just replace metal, wood, & glass, with the lightweight space age material! Now: Automobiles, trashcans, housing insulation, drinking bottles, etc., fill landfills and pile high. It DOESN'T DECOMPOSE! Plenty of plastic bottles are in the earths oceans to circle the earth almost 2.667 times, if that indestructible waste was lined up side by side. Our grandchildren are going to wear face masks to go out doors, like they already do in China & Japan. Both countries are mass manufacturers and produce ridiculous amounts of plastic, alot of it gets thrown away. If something was not molded to standard form for marketing, they chemically dissolve it, & dump it into a drain system that is piped directly into the pacific ocean. Our grandchildren have a very grim life ahead of them - futuristic is a slip back to the invention of the wheel and discovery of fire. Humanity is too foolish to live life, portrayed by star trek. Warp drive and transporters will not ever exist. Pride, Greed, & Hatred, is the destruction of humanity!

  107. Will Templeton

    Will Templeton4 months ago

    "they chemically dissolve it, & dump it into a drain system that is piped directly into the pacific ocean" umm, nope. neither china nor japan does that. your argument would be better made if you stuck to the truth and moderated your doom and gloom prognostications.

  108. Saurabh Yadav

    Saurabh Yadav5 months ago

    Graphene

  109. Lynn Hill

    Lynn Hill5 months ago

    Isn't Aerogel being made by a company that is owned by BOB LAZAR?

  110. Warren West

    Warren West5 months ago

    WHAT ABOUT BIO LUMENESCENT BLUE SPRUCE TREES ABOVE LUCURNE CA. IN CORPERATED WITH A BIO LUMENESCENT TURKEY HUNT.

  111. Roger Brenon

    Roger Brenon5 months ago

    They said asbestos was a great product too.