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What Happens if the Moon Crashes into Earth?

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  • Xuất bản 07 Th02, 2022
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    • CrownedYT
      CrownedYT 17 giờ trước

      I remember painting a picture of the moon crashing into the earth…
      then a year later we get a movie that is that exact same thing…

    • Stan
      Stan 3 ngày trước

      I love ur vids

    • Mims Homeschool
      Mims Homeschool 4 ngày trước

      well at least we get rings like saturn :)

    • Bryn Matthews
      Bryn Matthews 20 ngày trước

      @Kurzgesagt - In a Nutshell Absolutely Totally Awesome Video, loving it. I recently watched a Apocalyptic movie called: (Moonfall). Although this is not a totally accurate representation. Cause there was technology imbedded with the core of the moon itself. but would like to hear you thoughts about it.
      Also, would really love if you could do a video on: (If the Earth Core stopped spinning). As well there was another movie I watched quite some time ago called: (The Core), which the Earths core stopped and they restarted it with nuclear bomb. I'm really interested in learning what would actually happen and if it's possible to restart the Core?

    • Nuran arrowood
      Nuran arrowood 26 ngày trước


  • sottozen
    sottozen 9 tháng trước +23891

    A little too high a price to pay in order to have a view like Saturn! Loved this one so much!

    • ZΛeon-NineZero
      ZΛeon-NineZero Tháng trước

      I mean, a better and less catastrophic solution (albeit a very time-consuming one) is to mine the moon and insert the extracted lunar rock into a lower orbit around the Earth. Although, you may not want those rocks in too low of an orbit or they’ll succumb to orbital decay before the rings can be fully assembled.

    • Gale Force
      Gale Force Tháng trước

      Spoilers dude

    • i do edits
      i do edits Tháng trước

      @The Outer God agreed

    • Mono •_•
      Mono •_• Tháng trước

      Or is it?

    • André Felipe
      André Felipe Tháng trước

      so, you love killing more than half of the human population?

  • Matt J
    Matt J 3 tháng trước +1922

    When these guys say "science won't work, so let's use magic," it always concerns me how confidently they say it. I'm fairly certain they actually could.

    • Kimberly Hopke
      Kimberly Hopke 15 ngày trước

      Imagine , "now it is time for a real life example, for an even better understanding"

    • rondg2
      rondg2 17 ngày trước

      slowing down the moon is an engineering problem that could be done w/ future tech. you could populate an entire side of the moon w/ self replicating thrusters that mine the moon for resources

    • The Cyber Rabbit
      The Cyber Rabbit 18 ngày trước

      They’re birds. Of course they could

    • primisoda
      primisoda 20 ngày trước

      @Isaiah George 500 undecillion thrusters would work

    • Renato Gameplays
      Renato Gameplays 23 ngày trước

      Sometimes I wish I could use that spell lol

  • AdventureMase
    AdventureMase 2 tháng trước +616

    That image of the newly ringed Earth gave me chills
    Absolutely great video!

    • AdventureMase
      AdventureMase 2 ngày trước

      @GalopaWXY The spooky vibes are real

    • GalopaWXY
      GalopaWXY 2 ngày trước +1

      SAME! The music probably helped though

    • ten-chan
      ten-chan 17 ngày trước +1

      I am so glad I'm not alone feeling that way. Like, there's horror in those beautiful rings. I do very much prefer our little docile, pretty, round, friendly moon as it is, thankyouverymuch.

    • Vin
      Vin 17 ngày trước +1

      @John Dalton Well, it depends
      Because if we consider the volume/radius/mass of the moon even if it was broken in dozens of thousands of pieces those pieces would still be chicxulub asteroid size if not bigger, upon entering they would heat the atmosphere enough to mess everything that's not gone yet, also for those things to stay in orbit should go at least 28 000km/h so if one slips the situation gets tough, if 2 or more do as well, then that would be it

    • John Dalton
      John Dalton 17 ngày trước +1

      @Vin I doubt any of the moon CHUNKS could crash and kill every human that survived all over the world. The chunks simply wouldn't possess enough mass (therefore energy) for that

  • Cuttingham_123
    Cuttingham_123 Tháng trước +242

    Could you imagine surviving a year of absolute misery to see the most beautiful thing any human will ever see? That would be enough motivation for me to survive

    • GàcháBlöx Girl
      GàcháBlöx Girl Ngày trước +1

      I love how the main concern in the replies here is wet house and damp socks rather than no wifi and slow shipping, or even worse, human extinction

    • Simon Gabriel Aligam
      Simon Gabriel Aligam Ngày trước

      I think it is true
      What you said

    • wren
      wren 8 ngày trước +5

      @been guy I think your socks might be a little damp

    • been guy
      been guy 23 ngày trước +21

      aw hell nah my house is gonna be a little wet by then

  • TurtleShroom
    TurtleShroom 3 tháng trước +269

    I love how you approached this as if the moon's orbit, which is always spiraling anyway, slowed. I was hoping to learn what would happen if the moon directly crashed within a few months like in video games, but this was WAY more entertaining.

    • Ya dragon girl
      Ya dragon girl 6 ngày trước +1

      We’d die

    • VioletVixen
      VioletVixen Tháng trước

      Very fucking large explosion, firestorm melts the entire planet's surface, then weeks later when everything has stopped exploding, the smoke cloud that results has likely frozen the Earth for a while. A lot less interesting but very flashy, to be sure.

  • Gustavo Magalhães
    Gustavo Magalhães 9 tháng trước +8152

    Man, how can Steve Taylor convey so many emotions in a so stable voice, gets me thinking from "Haha very funny" to "That's terrifying". Love the channel, congrats to all.

    • Halekins Froggo
      Halekins Froggo 8 ngày trước

      HIS NAME IS STEVE?!?!?!

    • Perfect Protagonist
      Perfect Protagonist Tháng trước

      You kind of need to know someone's name if you want to hire them...

    • 𝙝𝙖𝙢
      𝙝𝙖𝙢 9 tháng trước

      @MARANDRHETTE yeah. True.

      MARANDRHETTE 9 tháng trước

      @Victoria Zero ...to dork or not to dork, that is the question?
      ...wait, did I just out-dork you?
      ... that. is. way. too. meta...
      ... *brain exploded* 😁

      MARANDRHETTE 9 tháng trước +1

      @𝙝𝙖𝙢 its more like you stumble on it. not go on a full on quest and everything. Is taking the time reading the credits really weirder than reading all the coments? ... once you're bored enough 😁

  • Jeff Zebert
    Jeff Zebert 3 tháng trước +65

    Even before the Moon reaches the Roche Limit, it would, in its own right, start experiencing volcanism! This is because all the tidal kneading on the Moon would exert enough friction to heat the Moon's interior to the point of melting. This is the reason why the Jovian moon Io has active volcanoes.

    • CrasherX 2000
      CrasherX 2000 2 tháng trước +2

      @Emalan yea man
      I fuckin love that game

    • Emalan
      Emalan 2 tháng trước +2

      @CrasherX 2000 A fellow Outer Wilds enthusiast in the... wild!

    • CrasherX 2000
      CrasherX 2000 2 tháng trước +2

      So would it be a case of Hollow’s Lantern from Outer Wilds?
      Where active volcanos on the moon erupt violently and rain down lava and ash from way high up in the sky?

  • i for imaginary
    i for imaginary 25 ngày trước +13

    I absolutely love this channel because in literally any apocalyptic scenario you would know what the next stage is and would have boatloads of time to prepare

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  • StarshineArtistry
    StarshineArtistry 3 tháng trước +37

    I love this channel. So much work goes into it just to keep us informed. Thank you so much!

  • Deirenne
    Deirenne 9 tháng trước +31529

    "According to science, the Moon is big and very massive"
    Spoken like a true master of sciencing 💜

    • Icon of THICC
      Icon of THICC 19 ngày trước

      @Music Noah for example, it’s actually quite small and tiny when compared to my di

    • Ashish Thenayi
      Ashish Thenayi 25 ngày trước

      yeah science

    • Black screen lol
      Black screen lol 29 ngày trước

      @S'renne Lamirez there are other bigger by that I mean ALOT ALOT ALOT OF TIMES bigger than the moon stars

    • Black screen lol
      Black screen lol 29 ngày trước

      Too bad even the sun is like a atom compared to the largest star and other objects

    • dima hourani
      dima hourani Tháng trước


  • Trollkiller 69
    Trollkiller 69 3 tháng trước +41

    One thing that you didn't mention:
    As the moon gets closer to the earth, you will either feel significantly heavier or lighter depending on which side of the earth you are on relative to which side of the earth the moon is on.

    • Michael Jorgensen
      Michael Jorgensen Tháng trước

      @Fauzia Azim After researching further on "Roche Limit" I found I was correct. You would be 1/8 OF 1/6 lighter. Notice the word "of". I did not write 1/8 or 1/6 or 1/10. So 1/8 of 1/6 is approximately 2.083 pounds for every 100 pounds. I was correct again when I said you would not be significantly lighter. When the moon comes closer that the Roche Limit it will affect your weight more significantly.

    • Spirit of Fire
      Spirit of Fire Tháng trước


    • Michael Jorgensen
      Michael Jorgensen Tháng trước +1

      @Fauzia Azim Think about it. The moon being at the "Roche limit" DOES NOT mean you weigh 1/6 what you normally weigh. The Roche limit DOES NOT mean the satellite (moon) is at the point where it's gravitational influence is equal to the planet you are standing on. Reaching the Roche limit means that the gravity holding it [the Moon] together is weaker than the tidal forces acting to pull it apart. That point is NOT the point at which you weigh 1/6 or 1/10 of what you normally do.

    • Fauzia Azim
      Fauzia Azim Tháng trước

      @Michael Jorgensen even 1/10th would still be 10 pounds for 100 pounds bruh. 1/6th is 16.6 pounds for 100

    • 高若嵩
      高若嵩 2 tháng trước +2

      On the moon's surface, the moon's gravitational pull is about 1/6 that of Earth's.
      HOWEVER, that doesn't mean it'd have the same gravity further away! Throughout this entire scenario the distance from the moon and the Earth is >10000 km, and the Earth itself has a diameter of 12000 km. You are always >22000 km away from the moon.
      And since the moon is 1/80 of the Earth's mass, but 4 times as far from us than we are from the Earth's core; apply |a|=GM/r^2; the moon's gravitational effect never exceeds 0.1% of the Earth's from our perspective.

  • yana
    yana Tháng trước +1

    This was such a scary experience for me, as someone who is fascinated by the moon and seeing the way it could affect us if it begins to shine a little brighter or appear more larger will always remind me of this video, the transition from assurance to earth having its own rings will forever scar me

  • AshieGiddy
    AshieGiddy Tháng trước +2

    I absolutely love how the music at 8:56 starts off as peaceful and hopeful to haunting at10:23 when we see an Earth resembling Saturn. As this video demonstrated, an Earth with beautiful rings comes at a colossal price.

  • Sarthak Paswan
    Sarthak Paswan Tháng trước

    Brilliant video as always, I learned a lot. I was watching the video for the 3rd time, but still it felt amazing and entertaining with tons of knowledge. Thanks for making such wonderful content.🥰

  • Name not found
    Name not found 9 tháng trước +9901

    This episode was absolutely spectacular. The animation of the moon collapsing into a set of rings was extraordinarily well done.

    • Nim Studios
      Nim Studios 6 tháng trước

      The rings are worthy of the wait of 12 months

    • Adriel Altamirano
      Adriel Altamirano 9 tháng trước

      This episode goes hard

      SYAM KUMAR KATURI 9 tháng trước

      This is all rubbish sell gold buy platinum.hydrogen industry needs platinum as CATALYZERS.platinum is white gold...gold is not rare metal.There are so many metal every metal has their own uses..///....

    • LotusAnimxtes🌸
      LotusAnimxtes🌸 9 tháng trước

      it was 3d

    • Andy🇧🇮
      Andy🇧🇮 9 tháng trước

      fr fr

  • Mr. Flopppa
    Mr. Flopppa 23 ngày trước +1

    This has got to be one of my favorite videos of your guys’s love the channel keep it up

  • Bent Mathiesen
    Bent Mathiesen 3 tháng trước +5

    One question. As I understand, the moon is moving away 4cm/year, and the Earth and the Moon are both growing due to small objects that enters the Earth atmosphere or hit the Moon. How does that work out in the long term?

    • Bluechair
      Bluechair Tháng trước

      The moon eventually leaves Earth's orbit is the consensus I think. The moon is moving away much, much faster than both the Earth and Moon is growing. After all, the moon was much closer when it was formed, so I doubt a few (relatively) insignificant mass additions would change the Moons drift.

    • Brian Ronald
      Brian Ronald 3 tháng trước

      The "small objects" are negligible. As the tides of Earth transfer energy (in the form of angular momentum) from Earth to the moon, the moon rises to higher and higher orbits. Eventually, the Earth's day and month are the same, and the moon orbits in a fixed location in the sky as seen from Earth. At this time, it ceases its rise. The Earth's day is a month long, and the month is slightly shorter. There are no more total solar eclipses, only annular ones. All of this in similar timescales to the Sun's lifetime, so it might not actually have time to happen.

    • TurtleShroom
      TurtleShroom 3 tháng trước

      The moon never escapes, but it becomes tidally locked, meaning it orbits at the same speed as the earth.

  • fim.... edits
    fim.... edits Tháng trước

    Hoje estaremos respondendo uma pergunta antiga muito científica e importante: E se a Lua colidir com a Terra? Isso é mais interessante e estranho do que você provavelmente acha. Vamos começar com o básico: Porquê a Lua já não está a caminho de colidir conosco?
    Sabemos que a gravidade da Terra puxa tudo em direção a ela, incluindo a Lua, mas de alguma forma, ela continua lá em cima, como se fosse suspensa por outra força oposta. Mas não há outra força contra a gravidade - ao invés disso, o truque para continuar em cima é uma moção 'de lado' na qual chamamos de órbita. Você vê órbitas todo dia: quando você joga uma bola ela fez uma bem pequena órbita. A única diferença entre a órbita dessa bola e a da Lua é que a bola eventualmente cai no chão. Basicamente, a razão é velocidade. Se você pudesse jogar sua bola o rápido o bastante, ela iria dar a volta ao mundo e voltar para você. Se não tivesse ar a alontecendo, ela poderia órbitar para sempre. E é isso que a Lua faz: Caindo de lado ao redor da Terra, muito rápido, sem ar para a deixar mais lenta. Orbitando a Terra a cada 27 dias, em 3600 km/h. Então para a Lua só parar a sua órbita e cair em direção a Terra iria quebrar mais leis da física do que nós temos tempo de explicar. Então como fazemos ela ir colidir com a Terra? Resumido, para mudar a órbita de um objeto, você precisa mudar sua velocidade, oque muda onde a gravidade o leva. Mas até mudanças pequenas iriam requerir forças enormes, oque é porquê todos os objetos grandes no sistema solar são tão estáveis hoje em dia. De acordo com a ciência, a Lua é grande e muito massiva. Até

  • Mrinal Rai
    Mrinal Rai 19 ngày trước

    What a brilliant concept this was. One of my favorite videos on VNclip. There need to be a movie made on this.

  • Uncle J
    Uncle J 9 tháng trước +2866

    It was actually surprising to hear that the answer isn't "Impact destroys the planet". I never considered that it was possible to survive the moon falling.
    Edit: Since some of you don't seem to understand what "possible" means, yes, you PROBABLY die. Between the tides, complete destruction of several food webs, shortage of drinkable water, earthquakes, super volcanoes, and chunks of moon that will impact, survival is not probable. What's surprising is that the probability is any fractional amount above 0% because I assumed the Moon falling would mean Mars gets promoted to the 3rd planet.

    • El Cactuar
      El Cactuar 2 tháng trước

      @TheDarkendstar *than

    • Sam
      Sam 9 tháng trước

      @Paulo Azuela Like what?

    • Paulo Azuela
      Paulo Azuela 9 tháng trước

      @Sam Well there proven parts at least not mostly on space ofc.

    • Sam
      Sam 9 tháng trước

      @Paulo Azuela Let’s stick with the first part. If they lie, why would you trust them about anything? Space and the globe are belief systems because no one’s ever seen them apart from on a screen. All we’ve seen is flatness. I agree they’ll do anything for profit, that’s just another reason to question what we’re being told.

    • Paulo Azuela
      Paulo Azuela 9 tháng trước

      @Sam What do you mean, it's genuine that you don't need one right? And ofc the government and sciences always lies. Just wanted you to see the Earth's surface if it's truly flat. You won't die in space, those politicians are lying that we need suits for them. They just won't let us so they gave this stupid idea of expensive space suit rendering a lot common folk to not go to space

  • Jalil James
    Jalil James 4 ngày trước

    Can i just say whoever created the backing track for this episode... OMG IT"S AMAZING!!! I want to play it in sets when im DJing it's so damn good 🔥

  • David MacNeil
    David MacNeil Tháng trước +3

    "According to science, the Moon is big and very massive." Whoa, slow down there, Poindexter!😂

  • Evil Brynn
    Evil Brynn Tháng trước +2

    I was expecting Moonfall to be exactly like this video
    But no, me and my mom laughed our heads off at how terrible it got 😂

  • Everett McGuire
    Everett McGuire 3 tháng trước

    Your videos are great I watch them every day before school to learn keep it up this is a great channel for kids to learn it’s very kind of you💕

  • Peter Lane
    Peter Lane 9 tháng trước +2219

    You know what the crazy thing is? My wife was watching a HermitCraft season end video yesterday where the moon crashes into the planet, and I thought to myself; "I wonder if Kurzgesagt has done a video on the moon crashing into earth yet?" And if I had acted on that thought and searched 12 hours ago, the answer would have been no.

    • Perfect Protagonist
      Perfect Protagonist Tháng trước

      Several years ago, Grian commented a Kurzgesagt video saying something like "Man, I love this channel!" Maybe they watch each other now.

    • whitebear
      whitebear 9 tháng trước +3

      Why did I have to scroll so far to see anything relating to HermitCraft. I don't think this video is a coincidence.

    • dabguy001
      dabguy001 9 tháng trước +3

      @Sapphire what the hell is that got to do with anything interesting

    • Random Animations
      Random Animations 9 tháng trước +1

      @Jack Salzman yes I was wondering too.. moon big?

    • VM
      VM 9 tháng trước +1


  • Michael Jordan
    Michael Jordan Tháng trước +3

    I love it when they answer these apocalypse questions.

  • Tim-Tonya Ratliff
    Tim-Tonya Ratliff 2 tháng trước

    "According to science, the moon is big and very massive." Thanks Kurzgesagt, I never knew this before. :)

  • golden pony
    golden pony 3 tháng trước +2

    Really respectful of the " youd need actual magic for this to happen " disclaimer.
    Ps: Jesus what a crazy vid, you guys rock!!

  • Astro3901
    Astro3901 Tháng trước

    I've been wondering what happens if the moon drifts away to us in the same timespan of this video. Would the exact opposite happen?

  • Gabe Ruiz
    Gabe Ruiz 9 tháng trước +3368

    This would actually be really great for a movie. The stages the earth go though almost mirror the creative decisions that directors use to make the story entertaining lol. It’s also an epic topic

    • Subaru & Shuba duck
      Subaru & Shuba duck 9 tháng trước

      Check “Moon fall”
      It will be releases this year

    • hAk
      hAk 9 tháng trước +1


    • Football Nerd
      Football Nerd 9 tháng trước

      Wouldn't become a movie cos it has a sad ending. Humans only like movies with happy outcomes.

    • Bane
      Bane 9 tháng trước

      just play majors mask

    • NASTAR01
      NASTAR01 9 tháng trước

      @Noah S I actually believe that's what inspired this video

  • Aria Hadgis
    Aria Hadgis 3 tháng trước +2

    "According to science, the moon is big and very massive." lol I love it

  • opal yuccas
    opal yuccas Tháng trước

    I had this as a dream - that the Moon was falling to Earth and I was in an adventure to Florida for some reason as the news sugg. Florida was somehow the place to survive this impact. It was very memorable and like a movie.

  • Its McKennon
    Its McKennon 2 tháng trước +5

    That last image of the Earth with a ring around it gave me chills.

    • Halekins Froggo
      Halekins Froggo 26 ngày trước


    • Halekins Froggo
      Halekins Froggo 26 ngày trước +1

      I thought the music in that shot sounded eerie, yet hopeful. Hope for a new world built on a old one. The rings for me symbolizes a new point in history, a new, not alien buy certainly unfamiliar world, and that humanity can push through it.

    • Waaaaltz
      Waaaaltz Tháng trước +1

      Hopefully, IF ever there are still humans to experience that kind of event, it would be a very quick death for everyone, except some or most part of the world where there are massive riot, people killing each other because why not? who would arrest them? why not try to break as much law as possible while you still can with very little time.

    • PrimaryNote
      PrimaryNote 2 tháng trước


  • Gowker
    Gowker 18 ngày trước

    As we know, moon is actually moving away from earth around 3.8cm each year. Would be interesting to have a video about that and how this affect earth.

  • สุวิทย์ แซ่หว้า

    Can you imagine if this was an apocalypse survival game, and at the end, the final scene is emerging from a bunker to the view of moon rings and the sunrise? That would be awesome.

    • dietermitplatten
      dietermitplatten 9 tháng trước +1

      It would probably take thousands of years for the moon pieces to spread equally. But even before that it would look awesome when you see the rocks passing by twice a day or so. Like orbital clouds.

    • Nur Sumaiyah
      Nur Sumaiyah 9 tháng trước

      Ooft..sorry I just made this account not sure how the notifications work yet..

    • Nur Sumaiyah
      Nur Sumaiyah 9 tháng trước

      @KeiwaM :OOO Someone actually relpied to my comment!!! Too bad i'm just a child and we cant contact each other

    • Florero Afloreril
      Florero Afloreril 9 tháng trước

      @Francesco Favro If you like the idea of scavenging during low-tide and then hiding from the water, you may like to try Rainworld.
      And then you wouldn't like the idea anymore. (?

    • Approved Dust
      Approved Dust 9 tháng trước

      I don’t think a bunker would survive

  • Syndicalist mapping
    Syndicalist mapping 3 tháng trước +1

    this video is really good at explaining this situation from the human perspective

  • Nikki San Pedro
    Nikki San Pedro 3 tháng trước

    i dreamed of this. I looked up and saw the moon so big, then it gets bigger and bigger and stared at it only to realize it was falling. That was one scary dream

  • The Gentleman Potato
    The Gentleman Potato 16 ngày trước

    “According to science, the moon is very big, and massive.”
    Peak wisdom right there lol😊

  • flowb0t
    flowb0t 24 ngày trước

    This would 100% be worth it and it is an endeavour that humanity should pursue

  • crowbar
    crowbar 9 tháng trước +1250

    Imagine if the movie Moonfall actually portrayed this. Instead of being a dumb movie, it could be an epic movie with incredible cinematrography. It could even have a beautiful ending, where the people emerge from the rubble and witness an incredible view with the disc around the earth. It would be sad, sure, but it would also be beautiful.

    • Levi's RCs
      Levi's RCs Tháng trước

      ​@BlaDeKke If we would have tides from the sun, we already have tides from the sun!
      Heck, we have ridiculously tiny tides from Pluto!

    • hi hi
      hi hi 2 tháng trước

      I like the movie but i had no idea what was going on half of the time

    • TurtleShroom
      TurtleShroom 3 tháng trước

      From what I searched, the plot wouldn't even need to change; the moon did not need to be natural or anything else to do this.

    • Gudok345
      Gudok345 6 tháng trước

      Always wanted a tv show,feature length cartoon or a game with their styling,I hope this dream will become real in the future seeing how far they already grew in their quality of content and the size of their team and work that they throw into making their masterpieces!

    • Gudok345
      Gudok345 6 tháng trước

      Imagine what masterpiece they could do if they partnered with a film/cartoonmaking or gamemaking company with their already great style and skills!

  • _xXMidnight
    _xXMidnight 29 ngày trước

    This went from “The moon crashing into us is catastrophic!” to “Let’s simulate the moon crashing into us!”

  • perfect cut videos
    perfect cut videos 20 ngày trước

    "They will not have a great time before rebuilding civilization"
    That's a bold statement

  • Tasnim Meem
    Tasnim Meem Tháng trước

    feels like I just watched a whole apocalyptic movie! this was one hell of a watch!!! Good job💯💯

  • Starfire I
    Starfire I Tháng trước +1

    “Like a child jumping on their bed until it breaks, no foot can come of it.” Yeah you got that right. People, don’t try to jump between beds. You can land in the middle. I broke my arm doing that.

  • Nakulaman
    Nakulaman 9 tháng trước +4685

    This is a really interesting concept for a videogame. Every day you have to scavenge for resources before the tide comes, and as the tide grows taller, there are less and less resources. The game could end with the moon's disintegration.

    • UhOhMeMeBiggestBoy
      UhOhMeMeBiggestBoy 7 tháng trước

      There actually is a game like this about the moon falling after mining changed it's mass u can't remember what it's called but it is about scavenging and all

    • small block 305
      small block 305 7 tháng trước

      I know it's already been said, but in don't escape 4, it has a similar concept

    • Abraham Sanchez
      Abraham Sanchez 7 tháng trước

      Sounds wack

    • the golden solar sytem
      the golden solar sytem 7 tháng trước

      I would pay to play a game like that

    • RapidRush
      RapidRush 7 tháng trước

      Holy shit somebody make this

  • Burgery
    Burgery 3 tháng trước

    Man this reminds me of a webtoon I once read where the ocean covered the entire earth and monsters came out of it

  • Common Sense Bro
    Common Sense Bro 2 tháng trước

    The ultimate realization of the phrase "put a ring on it". Geez, the chill of the music on the shot of the ringed Earth. Wonderful work, y'all!

  • Arcobaleno
    Arcobaleno 12 ngày trước

    Man, this has got to be the best channel in VNclip. Amazing work. Nerdgasm in every video.

  • ctcjackie
    ctcjackie 2 tháng trước

    Hold on a minute, I read somewhere that it is the Moon that is responsible for keeping Earth's axial tilt constant at 23.5 degrees. Wouldn't that be affected when the Moon disintegrates?

  • VolTer
    VolTer 9 tháng trước +1787

    This was very packed for a fun scenario video, I loved that. It's clear you try to sneak in things to improve our understanding of science and general knowledge.
    - How orbits work
    - How tides work
    - Internet & underwater cables
    - Satelites & orbital corrections
    - Tectonic effects
    - Geosynchronous orbit
    - Just lots of physics stuff
    - Roche limit

    • kindlin
      kindlin 9 tháng trước

      @Brian Bellinger
      The video is very factual, I was just pointing out that this video was pretty high level, and none of the the individual points were covered to any depth. Which is fine, that was the point of the video. It's all factually accurate, tho, so I'm not sure what you're trying to say, here, exactly.

    • kindlin
      kindlin 9 tháng trước

      @Aquarius on Zombs
      Very true! Also, I just love Kurzgesagt, and their pretty unique take on many subjects.

    • Milos
      Milos 9 tháng trước

      Oh those things should be learnt by playing Kerbal space program

    • iRaz_err
      iRaz_err 9 tháng trước

      @Aaron Davis Lol, is it because the moon formed from a collision?

    • Aaron Davis
      Aaron Davis 9 tháng trước

      I found it weird that they failed to mention the fact that this has actually already happened.

  • John S
    John S 2 tháng trước

    So what happens in the opposite scenario, where the moon starts to escape earth's orbit? Alternatively, what would happen if the moon were to be destroyed, either fully, as in the case shown in Dragon Ball, or partially, as displayed in Assassination Classroom?

  • lorderik237
    lorderik237 2 tháng trước

    So you're telling me that all of those dreams I had of a giant moon in the sky have been a lie?

  • Daeton Spicer
    Daeton Spicer 3 tháng trước

    I love the layman’s explanation amazing video keep them up please

  • CitiesTurnedToDust
    CitiesTurnedToDust 22 ngày trước

    It'd be interesting to figure out if an extrasolar body with just the right mass and trajectory could create this scenario. Tricky part is affecting the moon this way without throwing the earth catastrophically out of orbit at the same time

  • Phasmicide
    Phasmicide 9 tháng trước +1616

    Can you imagine if this was an apocalypse survival game, and at the end, the final scene is emerging from a bunker to the view of moon rings and the sunrise? That would be awesome.

    • Gelad
      Gelad 9 tháng trước

      @ckl Fair enough.

    • ckl
      ckl 9 tháng trước

      @Gelad And while that movie came out last week I've been hearing about it and/or seeing commercial about it for months. Doesn't take watching the final product to be prompted to ask a question on the basic premise.

    • Hen0bot X
      Hen0bot X 9 tháng trước

      On it

    • benedict
      benedict 9 tháng trước +1

      Then the sequel starts right afterwards, as a post apoc builder game

    • French20cent
      French20cent 9 tháng trước


  • HelplmChoking
    HelplmChoking 2 tháng trước

    "according to science, the moon is big"
    Damn these scientists are getting into some wild knowledge

  • a kind land
    a kind land 3 tháng trước +3

    "according to science, the moon is big"
    Thanks, science, I had no idea.

    • Muse Hi Vision
      Muse Hi Vision 3 tháng trước

      With hoe stupid people hang become, wouldn't be surprised if genuine adults think Moon size is what we see from here

  • Ray Berczik
    Ray Berczik 2 tháng trước

    Would the rings of moon slowly start to come together again and form a new moon or just crash to earth?

  • Alejandro Yanes
    Alejandro Yanes 3 tháng trước

    Im sure many people have said this already, but a TV show about this needs to happen right now, I would watch the shit out of it, high budget tho

  • LostBoy_wasHere
    LostBoy_wasHere 6 tháng trước +2263

    I would most definitely read a post-apocalyptic book about this. It would be interesting to know what a good author could come up with after watching this!

    • wtf bros
      wtf bros 2 ngày trước

      Cowboy Bebop has Earth's moon destroyed

    • Daniel Morris
      Daniel Morris 15 ngày trước

      I run a D&D campaign where the moon (Selune) was turned into essentially a Dyson Sphere around the earth (Toril) by god-magic and such. I calculated there's enough mass to do it, but pretty much only a literal god could actually pull it off and keep it stable. :-P We're talking Spelljammers and space dragons and stuff... science has to end somewhere for fiction to begin!
      Basically, an alien entity from the Phlogiston wanted to invade the Solar System, so it took over a Stellar Dragon and started wrecking gods in a battle in the space between earth and the moon. The dozen or so gods who weren't dead yet realized they couldn't kill it, so a bunch sacrificed themselves bull-rushing it onto the earth, and the rest poured all their power into spreading the moon's mass over the globe in a huge hollow sphere. They each portaled what humanoid followers they could from the Earth's surface and placed them in essentially a "Garden of Eden" the size of Australia atop the sphere, which is ringed with mountains... the rest of the sphere's massive surface is pure moon rock, barren and lifeless.
      While forming the sphere, knowing they were soon to pass into weakened, catatonic slumber, the gods had decided to create one long shaft down to the Earth. To find this shaft, they also scattered a grid of trials, challenges, and rewards throughout the land, meant to build up adventurers who might someday find a way to defeat or banish the Eldritch entity who decimated the world. One of the gods, however, was a traitor who initiated a mind-wipe for all the humanoids, hoping his chosen creatures would overpower the rest and lead to a new age of supremacy over all living beings, not caring at all about the surface world. The attempted conquest failed, but even so, it severely undermined the cooperating gods' plan to save the world, and for centuries the mind-wiped surface creatures simply formed a new society and countries and mythologies and never learned of the great plan.
      Enter the Party. They are in a "typical low-magic fantasy world," during a time of peace, and for all they know the world is young. Outside of myths and legends, recorded history only stretches a few centuries back. Monsters "don't exist," and the oldest Elves are covering up the fact that they have no memory of their own childhoods. No one has ventured over the far mountains, for civilization simply hasn't spread that far yet (and no explorers have returned). But something new has happened. A true, real monster was found attacking a farm, and it was tracked back to a strange, underground room, made of perfectly spherical stone, with a chest in the middle containing artifacts with never-before-seen designs and languages and runes. Was there a civilization before this one? The Party joins a new Adventuring craze, as a mad gold rush begins to find even more caches and treasures of this mysterious nature. The slumbering gods' plan is finally in motion. But many dangers lie ahead, as there is yet one Elf who, through the power of the Eldritch Entity, remembers the world of before, and under the entity's influence will do anything to make sure this prison is destroyed...

    • Tanmay
      Tanmay 18 ngày trước

      try watching dr stone

    • Kanak Randheer
      Kanak Randheer 21 ngày trước

      actually, i am writing one! though i started writing it before i watched this video, ill be taking inspiration from this as well!

    • Andres el Panda
      Andres el Panda 22 ngày trước

      For when you find one

  • Aenwyrm
    Aenwyrm 3 tháng trước

    Oof, imagine if we had lunar rings for the pretty sight and another moon to handle all the stuff it already does. I'd be camping outside all the time

  • Dennis Cambly
    Dennis Cambly 2 tháng trước

    We've been told lately missions to the Moon will begin to draw moisture in the form of water from the Moon's south pole. How will years or decades of mining the Moon effect planet Earth?

  • Xris Dazzzzed
    Xris Dazzzzed Tháng trước +1

    Doesn't the moon have escape velocity of about 3mm per year, or something? Maybe it's three cm per year I can't remember?
    We are in a very lucky/unique time because the moon perfectly eclipses the sun. in a few million years the sun will form a ring around the moon from our perspective, rather than being totally eclipsed by it, as the moons orbit of the Earth increases in size.
    You can thank the laser reflectors they put on the sea of tranquility/Mare Tranquillitatis for this information.

  • Spiderninja1
    Spiderninja1 21 ngày trước +1

    I forgot this was a scientific explanation about the assumed event. I kept watching this like it was some sort of sci-fi movie!

  • Creations
    Creations 21 ngày trước

    Whoever is the motions and animations artist of these videos is just amazing

  • Potato
    Potato Tháng trước

    I love how at the end of almost all their videos. People manage to survive

  • Bacon Pro
    Bacon Pro Tháng trước

    I've always wondered if the earth gets frozen. Can you make a video for that topic?

  • Ian Damon
    Ian Damon 3 tháng trước

    I love these videos and they are so well researched and animated and full of humor.
    My only complaint is that the title was clickbait. This did not at all show us what would result of the moon or a body of equal size crashing into the earth. This was instead a different video about the moon getting closer to the earth but never crashing into it… I would still like to see their animation of what that would look like…

    • Sir. Cheese
      Sir. Cheese 2 tháng trước

      The thumbnail points at the image and says NOT THIS. Not clickbait

    • Brian Ronald
      Brian Ronald 3 tháng trước

      Most of the rocks in that belt at the end would rain down over the tropics. This would probably cook the planet.

  • Baba Booey
    Baba Booey 9 tháng trước +1807

    This was actually a lot more interesting than what I expected from this video, which was just having the moon thrown straight at the earth. It’s obvious how that would end, so I enjoyed this slowly decreasing orbit scenario much more.

    • vkobe vkob
      vkobe vkob 9 tháng trước

      well in reality at the ending moon debris should crash on the earth and transform earth surface into magma ocean and burn our ocean and atmosphere

    • Lasty Hopper
      Lasty Hopper 9 tháng trước

      It's called subtle product designing.. er- thingy..
      (to make your expectation lower, so that once you viewed it, you simply fall in love with it because it exceed your expectation)

    • pAnDa_IN VentiOn
      pAnDa_IN VentiOn 9 tháng trước


    • Nick Skuse
      Nick Skuse 9 tháng trước +9

      Exactly how I felt! This was way better than the 'way bigger than the dinosaur extinction level event' video I was expecting. Great 'twist' ending too!

    • Yuan Alcantara
      Yuan Alcantara 9 tháng trước +1

      Hermitcraft season 8 ending belike finale

  • Bryn Matthews
    Bryn Matthews 20 ngày trước

    @Kurzgesagt - In a Nutshell Absolutely Totally Awesome Video, loving it. I recently watched a Apocalyptic movie called: (Moonfall). Although this is not a totally accurate representation. Cause there was technology imbedded with the core of the moon itself. but would like to hear you thoughts about it.
    Also, would really love if you could do a video on: (If the Earth Core stopped spinning). As well there was another movie I watched quite some time ago called: (The Core), which the Earths core stopped and they restarted it with nuclear bomb. I'm really interested in learning what would actually happen and if it's possible to restart the Core?

  • Ophiel
    Ophiel 23 ngày trước +1

    I just loved all those Majora's Mask quotes 💜 you guys are great 💜💜

  • Witness
    Witness 27 ngày trước

    So basically, earth has either a chance to become a new Saturn with life on it, or it could also turn into a giant snowball with rings.

  • Lupus Dei
    Lupus Dei 3 tháng trước

    That sounds great! Imagine surviving such a disaster. I'd still be a virgin, but with beautiful rings in the sky. Sounds amazing!

  • Mumbo Jumbo
    Mumbo Jumbo 9 tháng trước +17205

    I too, have pondered this.

  • Reginald
    Reginald 22 ngày trước

    “how scientific do you want this to be”
    Kurzgesagt: Yes

  • Syed Muhammad Mehdi
    Syed Muhammad Mehdi 3 tháng trước

    I would like to also see actual people (animated humans). I want to see how they react and how the government trys to keep its country from crumbling.

  • Chris
    Chris 3 tháng trước +1

    I thought the moon was moving away from earth due to the pull of outer space. Also I dont remember them discussing as the moon moves closer or farther our axis will be changed causing chaos as well.

  • ShogunRyuusha
    ShogunRyuusha Tháng trước

    Thank goodness we'd be safe in those months whenever there's a new moon and the moon disappears.

  • Tapakapa
    Tapakapa 9 tháng trước +10302

    Wow. This did not end the way I thought it would.

      SHARKNADO FARTQUAKE 5 tháng trước +1

      @D Reye LOL who's going to have a submarine or bunker, or mountain home in a city or not stocked with enough food just in case? How do the trucks deliver food to the mountain city home or hermit home? Everybody dies!😱😱😱😱💩💩💩💩💩J/K but not if there's not enough animals to shoot kill and eat so LOL obviously I guess a few lucky skilled hunters in the mountains will live!😛😜🤪😝🤑🤔 Might end up being the story of Adam and Eve all over again!🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔

    • Binarrency Co
      Binarrency Co 5 tháng trước


    • Paul S
      Paul S 6 tháng trước

      this is only 1 theory. no doubt it would be apocalyptic

    • CaniusLanius
      CaniusLanius 6 tháng trước

      true, wish it did happen to everyone

    • Snooblfloob
      Snooblfloob 6 tháng trước

      I thank you for not spoiling the end with this comment

  • Puck in hell
    Puck in hell 3 tháng trước

    Kind of impossible since the moon is moving away from earth, even if it is by a massively tiny amount each time.

  • InfinityTower
    InfinityTower 3 tháng trước

    Well, this is cool, but what if it actually crashed into earth? If it somehow lost all its momentum and fell straight down.

  • Kevin Andino
    Kevin Andino 3 tháng trước

    The music and sound editing of this video is just amazing!

  • Halekins Froggo
    Halekins Froggo 26 ngày trước

    This shot is so beautiful and the music matches it perfectly.

  • Aarent
    Aarent 9 tháng trước +2457

    The animators for Kurzgesagt must love their jobs. The animations in this episode was awesome.

    • Pats10
      Pats10 9 tháng trước

      I must say Animating isn’t fun at all it’s really hard

    • KING4 Gaming
      KING4 Gaming 9 tháng trước

      @Âłøñ what about fire?

    • emiliya אמה
      emiliya אמה 9 tháng trước

      @KING4 Gaming water fight

    • Âłøñ
      Âłøñ 9 tháng trước +5

      And now they're animating 3D!

    • KING4 Gaming
      KING4 Gaming 9 tháng trước +5

      I wonder if you can use this quality of animation to make good elemental fight scenes🤔🤔🤔, definitely not the most random thought.

  • The beauty Of universe
    The beauty Of universe 13 ngày trước

    7:50 For this video being 9 month’s, imagine the first minutes of this video moon started to approach, this is still so much time until it reach us

  • Adam Losquadro
    Adam Losquadro Tháng trước

    The shot at eh end of the Earth with rings and the organ music gave me MASSIVE chills

  • Veronica Valdez
    Veronica Valdez Tháng trước

    "the apocalypse has finished its warmup act" Me: Dang, how much can the moon do to the earth?!?

  • massimo valerio Preite
    massimo valerio Preite 22 ngày trước

    Did you already make a video about what would happen if there weren't the Moon (or if it were replaced by a ring of debris)?

  • PBJ - 55
    PBJ - 55 7 tháng trước +3733

    "according to science, the moon is big and very massive" thank you kurtzgesagt, this is the kind of scientific insight I subscribe for

    • Bill Carter
      Bill Carter Tháng trước

      Yes, most informative and very seen into😆

    • Mouse Steam
      Mouse Steam Tháng trước

      @Poor Quality Edits Australia in wider than Pluto

    • Nick Llama
      Nick Llama 2 tháng trước

      It's more science than was ever used in the creation of "Moonfall."

    • Textagony
      Textagony 2 tháng trước

      Bro, I feel like Mercury should be considered a dwarf planet. Just look at it, Ganymede and Titan surpassing mercury's mass.

    • Chroma
      Chroma 2 tháng trước

      @Poor Quality Edits no, europa is a moon, not a dwarf planet

  • Simple_Samuel
    Simple_Samuel Tháng trước

    I like they way they show the months that the moon is coming close to the Earth a dark colour, but for "a new month" the colour is lighter and unexpected, so it also implies that it's uncertain of how the aftermath will be.

  • Quetzal the Gamer
    Quetzal the Gamer 3 tháng trước

    Orbital mechanics are absolutely wild to me. Matter attracts matter, so the idea that something is gravitationally bound to us but not also being pulled closer to the Earth is completely bonkers to me.

  • turtle
    turtle 28 ngày trước

    theoretically speaking, is it possible for the moon to actually come closer to earth in a few million or billion years? because if you look at Saturn, Saturn has rings around it, why though? because the moon came closer etc, so is it actually possible for the earth's moon to do the same in a few million or billion years?

  • Matsuhiko Takagawa
    Matsuhiko Takagawa Tháng trước

    Honestly... I really wanted to see ringed Earth though; something akin to Saturn should've been a beauty to see.

  • Saban Tander
    Saban Tander 9 tháng trước +1096

    This needs to be made into a movie NOW. Imagine following a group of survivors through the whole year. Interstellar vibes.

    • That guy rna
      That guy rna 9 tháng trước

      @lukafilm moonfall is a 0/10 compared to this

      SYAM KUMAR KATURI 9 tháng trước

      This is all rubbish sell gold buy platinum.hydrogen industry needs platinum as CATALYZERS.platinum is white gold...gold is not rare metal.There are so many metal every metal has their own uses..///....

    • Zoya Dulzura
      Zoya Dulzura 9 tháng trước

      @lukafilm Aw man, I was gonna suggest "Lunar Year" for a title. You know, since it takes a year for the moon to fall apart. That can be the low-budget imitation, starring some big name who's trying to get out of debt.

    • CloudSeven
      CloudSeven 9 tháng trước

      @SeSSioN day after tomorrow is the same director as Moonfall, funnily enough.

    • Eaglewings 747
      Eaglewings 747 9 tháng trước +1

      Hermitcraft season 8 is that exact thing, just as a series instead of a film

  • MrKitkat006
    MrKitkat006 2 tháng trước

    if any of the people in charge of videos at kurtzgesagt sees this, could you do a video similar to this but with a black hole and the entire solar system?

  • Lirishee
    Lirishee Tháng trước +1

    4:19 This is my favorite part it has such cool detail

  • universalperson
    universalperson Tháng trước

    The irony is that you'd think after the volcanoes and tidal waves it would end with the lunar impact ending it all.
    But no, it's like the rainbow after the flood.

  • Plotsky
    Plotsky 3 tháng trước +1

    Theres a whole movie based off of this which i think is pretty underrated: "moonfall"