Massive Black Hole Explosion Lit Up The Skies of Ancient Earth

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about a new discovery suggesting a powerful explosion in the milky way a few millions years ago.
Paper: https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.05720

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Comments:
  1. Alissa

    wanna be friends?

  2. Peter Shearer

    Hey, wait a minute, Anton. I just had a look at the video stopping it at time mark 3 seconds. There is no way that’s a Fermi bubble. It is obviously a giant peanut! You can even see the giant dimples on its surface. Bottom line, that’s no plasma shell. It’s a peanut shell. Final tally Peanut 1 Fermi 0

  3. José Barreiro

    second

  4. BigNewGames

    The Fermi bubbles were not produced by an explosion from the black hole. The particles that make up the Fermi bubbles are produced slowly over time by pair production, IE m=E/c². The hot particles then emit X-rays and gamma rays continuously because the energy that is absorbed into them increase in energy while the wavelength of the light shortens, similar to how sound converts into heat and light with sonoluminescence experiments. The suspended hydrogen gas when excited by visible light produces either X-rays or gamma rays. Hot X-rays and gamma rays was detected coming from hydrogen gas inside our own solar system. Why would it not be any different inside the Fermi bubbles?

  5. Famous people Doing it

    Lol I’m 11 and I love ur vids!

  6. Ufuk Soysuz

    Love your Videos much!!

  7. FSDraconis

    Giving the distance it takes for light to travel versus time. Wouldn’t we see different effects happening at long periods of time afterwards? Our Supermassive black hole is over 26 thousand light years away. So that should in theory mean it would take at least that many years before the direct light would reach Earth from the center of the galaxy. How far out would those radiating effects take to reach here? It would be interesting to see a visual representation of the map versus time of arrival.

  8. Plasma Vortex

    What do you think of Pierre-Marie Robitaille’s latest videos about the anisotropy map? Big Bang of standard cosmology is imminent! Be prepared! Stay safe. No fear.

  9. TheElectricOrigins

    Anytime you talk about a PAST TIME OR A REMOTE PLACE you are making HUGE SUPPOSITIONS AND SPECULATING. You DID MAKE NO EXPERIMENT IN THE PAST or IN A REMOTE PLACE FAR FAR AWAY, Thus IT IS NOT SCIENCE. Believing that DIVINE LAWS worked the same in the past or work the same way far far away is making your “Laws” = Gods (Infinite-Eternal-Immutable).

  10. statinskill

    What I don’t get is why youtube is blotting out people like Anton in favor of ‘PBS’. In fact youtube is favoring mainstream broadcasters over independent youtubers throughout the entire offering. Even though most go online to avoid mainstream programming.

  11. Mike Louis

    Our galaxy is currently quiet…..too guiet! Honey, go upstairs and see what that rascal is up to!

  12. Mike Laffoon

    We (America) need people like Anton. In fact, I’d vote for him for President. The two old senile men running don’t impress me.

  13. John Henson

    Truly, in the scheme of things, we are but microbes living on the edge, ecking out our survival.

  14. Plasma Vortex

    Bridges of Birkeland currents…

  15. trololospaghetto

    two neanderthals 10 million years ago
    hey what’s that? such a bright light..
    oh, don’t mind it, it’s just sagittarius a having consumed a big molecular cloud, guess there is gonna be two huge fermi bubbles in the centre of our galaxy, again

  16. Vlad Dracoson

    And so… your saying there is a massive electrical current flowing through the galaxies, each of which are strung in line like lights in a holiday string. The Electric Universe Theory of the Birkeland Currents, and similar to the double helix you have on your intro video.

  17. Richard Duke

    !

  18. peter sisco

    Imagine if that’s what triggered our evolution 🤔 I don’t think the world could handle such knowledge sadly 😔 ( for the record I do believe there’s a God but I also have always had an opened enough mind to ponder tough questions )

  19. Jester J

    Speaking of supermassive black holes……

  20. Quick 60

    Hello

  21. Di&Ce

    Something big fell into the central black hole.

  22. ꧁ Móšțøpĕ ꧂

    O ok

  23. Dantaay

    Stay safe

  24. John WT

    Sir, I like the your videos a lot. So don’t take this the wrong way, but what happens to your voice? It breaks a lot.

  25. RoseNZieg

    it’s nice to know that not just our sun likes to randomly spit out massive materials. apparently the galaxy does it too. setting great example of course.

  26. Joseph Paul Duffey

    Hi, Anton, many of the “all sky maps” of the galaxy are using a wrap around map which is still presented as an oblong oval/sphere, as in this video. The maps are not being notated as such and look just like a true, IRL equatorial perspective centered on the core. I cannot tell without looking it up every time. Can you please clarify if this is a wrap around depiction?

  27. Edward John

    It would be awesome if we could observe this currently happening in another galaxy

  28. america1776awesome

    Your videos are always great

  29. DomingosCJM

    Ionized gaz = Plasma.

  30. Kettenhund31

    Would this be akin to a Carrington Event?

  31. Tom Greaves

    An astronomer walks into the Milky Way…she looks around…”I don’t like it…”she says…”it’s quiet…..too quiet”

  32. Anik Samiur Rahman

    Damn, how come writing invented so late? But how about cave painting? Unfortunately, they contain no night sky :(

  33. LordKellthe1st

    It looks like a peanut:)

  34. ToolforOffice

    Hoping someone here can tell me what I saw Sunday night at 9:42 pm eastern. I saw something massive moving very fast toward the earth. Burning bright orange and blues and white. It moved as fast as a shooting star but was a hundred times bigger than any shooting star I’ve ever seen. It also came down at an angle like it was hitting and not passing by if that makes sense? I have never seen anything like that. I’ve looked on the internet and haven’t seen a thing about it that night. I was awestruck
    Don’t know if this matters but I was near the Virginia panhandle and it was in a northwesterly direction

  35. moed al garny

    so…out galaxy is gonna blow up..2020 is hitting us hard 😰

  36. Bob Edge

    3:30 Anantonton

  37. nyckhusan

    It happened about 2.6 million years ago, indeed. There are a lot of proofs here on Earth.

  38. RDE Lutherie

    Lucy and her friends saw some night sky’s way more beautiful than what we get to see these days!

  39. Tim's Witan

    So, any civilization that is 3-5 million light years away will see our galaxy as active. Wow..So we need to go to another active galaxy and by the time we get there it would have settled down and allowed life to evolve!! Simple!

  40. James Aron

    Wonderful molecular clouds

  41. Chris Sprayberry

    Thank you Anton

  42. Steven Martinez

    I was thinking today about how much better nuclear powered lawn tools would be.

  43. calgar

    Another proof the Universe is actively trying to kill every life in it !

  44. Paul Said

    When they launch.the jwt it.will be out of date

  45. Ronald Pfändler

    Many thanks!
    Well done

  46. Mark Chippendale

    I thought it would have been an “F for flare”??

  47. VTC1984

    Can you cover the discovery of Kepler-160d?

  48. EyeDreamMellowDees

    AntonP’s wispy bangs
    are like the night sky
    changing but too slow to notice…

  49. Triki Mees

    Have found an Earth like exoplanet, about same distance from sun-like star Kepler 160 System – KOI-456.04

  50. fredrik bergquist

    Kubriks ”2001” anyone?

  51. Kenny Carter

    Always missing the good stuff

  52. thersten

    Despite the viral pandemic I have to think that with all the changes throughout the history of planet Earth and all the galactic sized events in the universe; we are very lucky to live in such elatively calm and stable times. 🙏

    Do good. Enjoy life. And count your blessings.

  53. MC's Creations

    Well… I guess our beloved Sagittarius A* ate too much back then. 😬

  54. demian o'connor

    Electric Universe, ancient sky. Look it up. Thunderbolts Project

  55. Association Of Metaphysic

    In ancieny egypt myth the “body of nuit” is a star stream across the night sky, that is detailed in description to this event you describe.

  56. Greg Goodenough

    Why no awesome stuff happens in the sky in our lifetime? T_T
    Even Betelgeuse is cancelled! I had very high hopes for her since i was 8. I’m so sad now =|

  57. TheGordo1996

    So, if it’s an explosion, why isn’t it going the same in all directions instead of only magnetic north and south?

  58. EresTremulant

    I like the new intro style. It’s a bit more professional

  59. Jason Stewart

    I love Anton. I
    Love space and science and math. And hey let’s face it. I am also A wonderful person

  60. Jaša Gladež

    It’s like stretching a chewing gum :)

  61. Matt Erbst

    That fermi bubble had a happy face inside!
    I’m thinking that it had evolved intelligence, like the primordial gum that created Princess Bubblegum.

  62. nighthawk0077

    Oh my numero uno! Wonderful!

  63. Kx53

    So we live in a quiet galaxy, orbiting a quiet sun, on a perfect planet.
    No wonder life is rare

  64. Philipp Void

    bet those clouds are “alive”

  65. sc0or

    I like a way new vids start. Good job Anton!

  66. Silas Dense

    There are so many things that I learned in this presentation….absolutely fascinating.
    I can’t get enough of this stuff.
    👏

  67. King of Cannabis

    Dude. I love your videos but for christ’s sake… with all the conspiracy theorist, science denying nut jobs out there, NEVER start one of these videos with “once upon a time”

  68. Raduś

    Thanks Anton, your videos are a repository of knowledge.

  69. Thomas Chrombly

    I get the distinct feeling that the best place for man to colonize in the future would be a nice planet with a single stable star floating out in the vast emptiness all alone…

  70. Count DaMoney

    Honestly, the video on this channel are absolutely awesome.
    Really really quiet in the center, you say…

  71. jamricsloe

    Even Black holes fart. When someone tells me nothing can escape from a black hole, I know it’s a lie.

  72. Baileys Landscape Mainten

    Anton. You are a wondeful person too my friend. Thanks for making these fascinating vids. 🙂

  73. Mr Wolsy

    7.06 staring at the light, this is my reaction astrophysics, i need to crawl back to my trigonomtetry cave!

  74. Repomeister

    I can think of a couple astronomy jokes involving hot tubs and Fermi bubbles.

  75. Michael Fried

    Smoke em if ya got em!

  76. VestedUTuber

    You know, seeing as how life on Earth survived at least one of these before, I think we’re going to be alright.

  77. D N

    I like how wonderful person shows us few days after actual news that comes out with his emulator!

  78. Cyberplayer5

    6:00 So Anton are these bursts of energy Gama Rays?

  79. Talal S

    I wish to see one of those explosions in my life time.

  80. Ashwin

    Milky way feeding frenzy -> New Mutants

  81. Jeff Mathers

    Hey Anton! Just wanted to let you know that, lately, the YouTube ads have been landing right on your WONDERFUL outro. I don’t know if you have any control over that but just thought I’d let you know 👍

  82. James Driscoll

    Legends were born surrounding mysterious lights
    Seen in the sky
    – J. Tull

  83. Mirrorgirl

    What a fascinating video. Thanks again wonderful Anton.

  84. Max Pheby

    “Red sky at night” indeed.

  85. Eric Calm

    When a blackhole eats to much and gas builds up igniting into a black hole burp. Petition to rename these bubbles to “Anton bubbles”.

  86. Paul Parsons

    Hello wonderful Anton ❤️

  87. Brick

    im freaking out all the time now thanks to you whenever you make a video like this its hard to sleep now

  88. Brandon Smith

    “Anton’s videos are always top notch” – Albert Einstein

  89. gradeA justinA

    Imagine if we took a picture of it like we did with m87.

  90. Science Troll

    Damn. I haven’t finished my second morning coffee yet, and my brain’s already all tired out. I keep coming back tho’.

  91. vanscoyoc

    Antons favorite word is always GAS. Glad I am not in his carpool.

  92. Mauro Tchorbadjian

    You know it’s serious when the video doesn’t star right away with ‘hello wonderful person’

  93. Osmosis Jones

    Wonder if Dying galaxies more habitable then ours. Older red dwarfs don’t even flare that much. Habitable zones are lead planets to bring tidlly locked so can’t generate magnetic fields but thicker atmosphere water vapor or ice in upper atmosphere would akso be good radiation protection.
    And Venus is practically tidlly locked temperature is consistent

  94. spacekitt3n stickers

    0:16 you know its an important video with hot news when he delays his Hello Wonderful Person

  95. MJXII

    Whenever Anton says “the scientists” I always imagine the same 3 guys in labcoats, hunched over a table in a science lab. Every time. Keep up the great work Anton, your output is amazing :)

  96. Yours Truly

    I hope the US survives long enough to launch the James Webb Telescope. Imagine what we will be able to see.

  97. Sean Moonshine

    Thank you, something that doesn’t have politics & propaganda involved

  98. E.T.A. is NOW

    I feel like all of Anton’s videos could be the basis of awesome sci-fi movies.

  99. Herne Webber

    ANTON, considering the timing of when this would have been visible, with regard to our ancestral species, I actually do believe that, whether they had any kind of an emotional involvement with the night sky, without a doubt, it would have made the nights brighter everywhere, affecting the evolution of every organism on Earth during that period. It is quite possible that some of the adaptations that we developed that actually were important for eventually making us human occurred **because of** this unique phenomenon. It would be fascinating if there would be some correlation studies that could be done to try to figure something like this out.

  100. Caden Grace

    I had always assumed the LMC and SMC were remnants of a galactic collision.

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