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  • MeteorChromE
    MeteorChromE 4 months ago +3148

    The vacuum seems to not create a vacuum in a vacuum

    • Incognito mode
      Incognito mode Month ago

      Just reported the bot for promoting terrorism😎

    • poopy YT
      poopy YT 3 months ago

      @Instagram User What content? There is nothing on your channel 💀💀💀

    • Kuken Balle
      Kuken Balle 4 months ago +2

      @Xmysef not at all how it works. A vacuum cleaner works in any room or chamber, airtight or not, you dont need any "separate chambers". It works by moving air, so obviously it can't work if there is no air to move.

    • Xmysef
      Xmysef 4 months ago

      @Kuken Balle No? It needs 2 separate chambers or ”sections” in order to produce a pressure difference, which is what a vacuum is. I’m saying that all of the air that it’s sucking out one one side just goes back into the same atmosphere on one side, which will cancel eachother out and won’t produce a pressure difference. This comment names producing a vacuum, not just sucking in air.

    • Kuken Balle
      Kuken Balle 4 months ago +1

      @Xmysef wrong. It works in enclosed systems, it just needs air to work.

  • Amidize
    Amidize 4 months ago +2664

    "the worst enemy you can meet is yourself"
    -Vacuum

    • Im Oof The Ooffer
      Im Oof The Ooffer 3 months ago

      @Instagram User you are still alive?

    • Kuken Balle
      Kuken Balle 3 months ago

      This is so dumb it ain't even funny. Learn physics.

    • Rose
      Rose 4 months ago +1

      😳😅😂😂🤣🤣🤣
      Vaccum: 🥲🥲

    • Banana sackboy
      Banana sackboy 4 months ago +1

      @Instagram User bro don’t know science 💀

    • Karthi Keyan 3D
      Karthi Keyan 3D 4 months ago +1

      @just a wobbly slime just seen this guy in another channel

  • teeeea
    teeeea 8 hours ago

    You could use a sealed dome over the moon with differing pressure dynamics and a rock pulverizer to mine regolith instead.

  • Dallinz
    Dallinz 4 months ago +969

    Damn you spoiled my plans. I was gonna take all the moon dust

    • Kuken Balle
      Kuken Balle 3 months ago

      @Villager #56 far too weak to be used for anything

    • MarshalDream
      MarshalDream 4 months ago

      @Instagram User noob

    • Dallinz
      Dallinz 4 months ago +1

      @Richarizard nah taking the whole moon is reducible.

    • Niilesh SK
      Niilesh SK 4 months ago

      @Instagram User ah... Same person from callmekris and yet still no good vids in sight...

    • The Wither Gamer
      The Wither Gamer 4 months ago

      @Villager #56 yeah

  • Adrian Ximenez
    Adrian Ximenez 4 months ago +5

    Ah yes the age old question of “Will a vacuum vacuum in a vacuum?” has finally been answered!

  • The Red Pizza Turtle
    The Red Pizza Turtle 4 months ago +3

    This man asking the questions we never needed answers to.
    Keep it up!

  • يا اطفال يا حلوين اشربو الطبيب (:

    Moms in 2050:
    "GO TO CLEAN UP THE MOON"

    • JayJay
      JayJay 4 months ago

      @Yaya 😂😂

    • Yaya
      Yaya 4 months ago +4

      Me in present time:
      "Ur a f,-@ayygit"

  • Owen Lin
    Owen Lin 4 months ago +63

    "You dare use my own spells against me, Potter?"

  • Nexeon xeneon
    Nexeon xeneon 4 months ago +5

    He can’t keep getting away with this. HE CAN’T KEEP GETTING AWAY WITH THIS!

  • Cepterman 2101
    Cepterman 2101 4 months ago +32

    Grandma still using a broom: I am SUPERIOR!

  • TheBypasser
    TheBypasser 4 months ago +2

    This is actually interesting for a whole different reason! I somewhat expected the motor to spin like crazy and overheat because of the lack of the air cooling it was designed for, yet it appears the lack of load actually allows it to spin up to a point of high enough BEMF and a very low coil current therefore, so it just sits there intact.

    • TheBypasser
      TheBypasser 4 months ago

      @Kuken Balle Google ffs. Though it was like in what, 8th grade physics?

    • Kuken Balle
      Kuken Balle 4 months ago

      @TheBypasser is that even a thing?

    • TheBypasser
      TheBypasser 4 months ago

      @Kuken Balle Back Electro-Motive Force

    • Kuken Balle
      Kuken Balle 4 months ago

      BEMF ?

  • Isaac Lyman
    Isaac Lyman 4 months ago +31

    *writes down “need air in house or vacuum won’t work”*

  • Pickle
    Pickle 4 months ago +3

    Just imagine “one small step for man, one giant leap for this vacuum.”

  • Norman G
    Norman G 4 months ago +25

    "I used the vacuum to destroy the vacuum."

  • gcook725
    gcook725 4 months ago

    I think the mini vacuum would be way easier to overheat as well since it is in a vacuum and cannot dissipate its heat into the surrounding air.

  • AKRiLLiCK
    AKRiLLiCK 4 months ago +43

    This the infinite mirror thing but with vacuums...
    Infinite Vacuum!

  • Ero
    Ero 4 months ago +3

    I genuinely thought he would tear the fabric of space and time when he turned on the vacuum

  • Leander Dau
    Leander Dau 4 months ago

    Since there's no air resistance the fan powering the vacuumcleaner should spin at much higher rpm's. Also in a near vacuum hear dissipation is way worse than in air since it can only radiate and dissipate via direct material contact. It would be interesting to see how much faster the fan spins and how much sooner it breaks due to overheating.

  • Cale.J
    Cale.J 4 months ago +1

    Try using a vacuum in an environment in positive pressure. I’ve been trying to clean the glove box I use at work and the Argon kills the vacuums instantly.

  • Muzamil Bukhari
    Muzamil Bukhari 4 months ago +3

    Vacuum cleaner cannot create a vacuum when you’re already in a vacuum.

  • Grain
    Grain 4 months ago +28

    Someone saw spaceballs and thought "Is the maid mode as dumb as it looks?" The answer is yes

    • Cool guy
      Cool guy 4 months ago +2

      @Water Bottle
      The giant ship turns into a giant robot maid with a vacuum cleaner. And then it vacuums the atmosphere off the planet.
      It's a joke movie, but the physics of it wouldn't work. A vacuum cleaner pulling a vacuum wouldn't do anything because space is already a vacuum. Gravity would still hold the atmosphere to the planet.
      But a vacuum with super high artificial gravity would work.
      But nothing in the movie was meant to be taken seriously.
      It's just that most people probably saw it and didn't realize that wouldn't work.

    • Water Bottle
      Water Bottle 4 months ago

      I feel like I’m missing out on a lot by not understanding this joke. What is a maid mode, what is a spaceballs?
      This looks so weird that I have to watch it.

    • Cool guy
      Cool guy 4 months ago +1

      😂. I was thinking about Space balls too.

  • silveribis55
    silveribis55 4 months ago

    I feel some more testing needs to be done about this. If the vacuum machine itself is requiring something from its own environment (air) in order to simply move volumes of air from one point, the vacuum tube, only to pass through a filter medium and catch whatever came up with it, then dispose itself back into the atmosphere it's come from....wonder if still a vacuum concept can't still be applied using a space vehicle's chamber, motor, power ...or only to create a blower perhaps lol

  • Reavenk
    Reavenk 4 months ago +1

    That vacuum has an impeller that spins, generating friction and heat. Another question is, is there a greater chance of the motor overheating if there's no airflow to cool it?

    • Matheus Vian
      Matheus Vian 4 months ago

      Definitely yes. I was worried that it would happen on the video, but I guess it takes some time to generate enough heat for that. Would be an interesting video though.

  • Bobby Greene
    Bobby Greene 4 months ago

    I wonder how much less energy it takes to run the vacuum cleaner in a vacuum compared to in the atmosphere

  • Necromanticer
    Necromanticer 4 months ago

    I wish we got to see the vacuum seal broken and what a return to atmosphere would look like when part of the system is a running vacuum cleaner!

  • Biz Vlogs
    Biz Vlogs 4 months ago

    Actually, vacuums don’t “suck” in air, they force air to be blown inside. Not many people are smart enough to realize this based on the how physics work 😋

  • Simon Clarkstone
    Simon Clarkstone 4 months ago

    Is the motor at risk of burning out as it's going faster than usual and has less cooling?

  • Neil White
    Neil White 4 months ago

    Have you tried a rocket/propulsion in a vacuum? Would it even move?

  • Rock Soup
    Rock Soup 4 months ago

    Cool effect, I can do it at home by unplugging my vacuum cleaner 😎

  • David Post
    David Post 4 months ago

    You should test a turbine or a turbo in a vacuume chamber. The turbo is designed for a lack of oxygen density so while it probably wouldn't work still you could try.

  • Koi Gaming
    Koi Gaming 4 months ago

    Has to be the first time I’ve seen a vacuum in a vacuum chamber 🤣

  • Anthony Nsikanobong
    Anthony Nsikanobong 2 months ago +1

    🤔 After a long thought, I still can't figure out why someone would want to vacuum the moon.

  • Robyn Morin
    Robyn Morin 4 months ago

    Wow it’s almost like a vacuum cleaner uses AIR to suck up dust and particles.
    🤯

  • M Reese
    M Reese 4 months ago +1

    Ironic, how a vacuum cleaner can't be used to clean vacuums.

  • Brett Ash
    Brett Ash 4 months ago +1

    I'm telling you right now if we ever have a military base on the moon there's a sergeant major that's gonna be hell bent on making a private vacuum up all the dirt to prove you wrong lmao

  • Pieter Van de Walle
    Pieter Van de Walle 4 months ago

    Honestly, I'd be a bit worried putting a device that's likely powered by a liquid battery into a vacuum!

  • Dr. Coomer Clone
    Dr. Coomer Clone 4 months ago +2

    If you had any remote idea of how a vacuum worked you would already know that this wouldn’t work

  • M@$t3r Ch!3f
    M@$t3r Ch!3f 4 months ago

    The vacuum he showed on the moon is the exact one we still use 😂

  • Travis Cozza
    Travis Cozza 4 months ago

    The coolest videos on Clip-Share! Always looking forward too the next video!!!!

  • Weston Ding
    Weston Ding 4 months ago +1

    If my vacuum works in a vacuum, then this vacuum vacuums moon dust. (This is a vacuous truth.)

  • Theresa
    Theresa 4 months ago

    From this video we can conclude that vacuum cleaner is a very misleading name if it cannot be used to clean a vacuum.

  • A.A.
    A.A. 4 months ago

    The cooler thing is, you are not able to hear the cleaner in a vacuum. The real question is: how warm can get this cleaner if there is no air to cool it, does an hairdryer melt? and does a lighter works just with the gas? 🤔

  • Tomathon Smith
    Tomathon Smith 4 months ago +3

    What's even cooler is the fact that vacuums are air cooled hahaha so if there is no air it will over heat if you leave it on to long

    • Tomathon Smith
      Tomathon Smith 4 months ago

      @Biz Vlogs hahahaha friction is still there there is oil in the motor for lubrication and then the electric pulses through the electro magnet motor heats it up two lol 🤣🤣🤣

    • Biz Vlogs
      Biz Vlogs 4 months ago +1

      “It will over heat” Nope. There’s no air in there to get hot in the first place, so it would actually stay cool.
      Sorry, my intelligence is my curse 😔

  • L C
    L C 4 months ago

    So my house is clearly a vacuum, I was blaming the vacuum cleaner for its inability to suck things up all this time too. Damn.

  • Fabio Mora
    Fabio Mora 4 months ago

    This makes a lot of sense. How did you clean a vacuum? With a vacuum cleaner of course!

  • Dark Bright
    Dark Bright 4 months ago

    He does all these things in his videos we never knew we wanted to know the answer to

  • derRadfahrer1
    derRadfahrer1 4 months ago

    Idea for your next clip: Test one of these very small new years rocket in a big vacuum chamber

  • akki
    akki 3 months ago

    Thank you so much.... I just took moon cleaning contrat and was taking my vaccum cleaner to suck all dust! Glad now I will only take sweeper!😅🙏😂

  • Thomas Jack Potter.
    Thomas Jack Potter. 4 months ago +3

    This video could’ve been much better if you just said “I collected this belly button fluff for weeks”

  • Camren Lee
    Camren Lee 26 days ago

    I'm so conditioned to physics being unintuitive in surprising ways that I assume the opposite of my first assumption is true, so when it actually didn't work I was both surprised and not surprised. Call that Shrodingers surprise 🙀💀

  • the
    the 4 months ago

    Finally, the vacuum is its own enemy

  • Leonardolo
    Leonardolo 4 months ago

    fact: you just need a stronger vacuum to vacuum in a vacuum

  • Rudolf Rieder
    Rudolf Rieder 4 months ago

    Actually the moon has a very thin atmosphere consisting of gases like argon, helium and neon. It's almost a vacuum so a vacuum cleaner would not work.

  • BuZzY
    BuZzY 4 months ago +5

    Evil scientist is on loose again , this time he made vacuumception !! 🗿💀

  • yaron abekasis
    yaron abekasis 4 months ago

    Hey that vaccum cleaner the astronaut holds is the exact same one i have at home

  • Just a Person Who Comments

    No. Vacuum cleaners work because of air pressure. Lower the air pressure inside of the cleaner and air moves in, bringing dust and dirt with it. The greater the difference in air pressure inside and outside the cleaner, the stronger the cleaner is. In a true vacuum, there is no air, therefore no difference in air pressure. In a non perfect vacuum, there's too little air to create good air movement, so less cleaning power. Little known fact: vacuum cleaners work better at sea level than above sea level (Tampa Bay, Fla., compared to Denver, Colo.). But not a big enough difference to really notice.

  • chance mathews
    chance mathews 4 months ago

    What if the vacuum cleaner could shrink the space in the vacuum chamber…

  • Bobby P
    Bobby P 4 months ago

    measure the rpm of the motor surely it would be spinning faster as well

  • Luis Rosado
    Luis Rosado 4 months ago

    Im surprised it didn't overheat, explode or become permanently damaged

  • Danny LeClair
    Danny LeClair 4 months ago

    this guy is so fucking awesome i love watching his videos

  • Super Sonic
    Super Sonic 4 months ago

    Damn, so the vacuum cleaner can not even clean the vacuum

  • FAoNTomAs
    FAoNTomAs 4 months ago

    Does the moon not have some sort of gas around it?
    Never really thought about it?

  • John Rigali
    John Rigali 4 months ago

    0:36: “So, this is probably an obvious result but really cool to see in action.”
    Obvious? Yes. Cool? Not so much. But I’ll admit that this was worth making for the people who didn’t pay attention in physics classes.

  • matthew kimber
    matthew kimber 4 months ago

    In space no one can hear you vacuum because it's a vacuum!!

  • Jujus 847
    Jujus 847 3 months ago

    Isn’t that kinda a huge problem for people who wanna go mine in space? Do they now have to have some kinda robot arm tech or giants space net or blanket to catch debris that float off?

  • Mohammed Qutu
    Mohammed Qutu 4 months ago

    Never in my life would I have thought to see a Picture of vacuum on the moon

  • Brown Fox Warrior
    Brown Fox Warrior 4 months ago

    It's like using a pencil instead of a pen in space...except with dusters and vacuums.

  • Small Fry
    Small Fry 4 months ago

    But would you be able blow the dust balls? Assuming not if the force cant be generated with the suction of the unit. So in theory the opposite force of the blower should be null as well?

  • Just Another Guy
    Just Another Guy 4 months ago

    Mechanical vacuums suck up the immediate medium around them (air or water if it's underwater).
    If there's no medium to suck up, it won't suck up anything.

  • DawsClawStudios
    DawsClawStudios 4 months ago +1

    I think science needs to test vacuuming the moon anyways

  • MV
    MV 4 months ago

    What if the vacuum is placed inside the aircraft and the hose itself is on the outside of the moon vacuuming?

  • M R   G O O S E
    M R G O O S E 4 months ago

    Moms in 2050: GO CLEAN THE MOON
    Scientists: wait that's illegal

  • DHOOM- z7
    DHOOM- z7 3 months ago

    The vacuum cleaner: you won't let me live, you won't let me die

  • King Size
    King Size 4 months ago

    basically, the Vacuum removes the vacuum from the vacuum that's why the vacuum cannot vacumm the dust inside the vacuum.

  • Kevin Terrell
    Kevin Terrell Month ago

    Does the motor on the vacuum cleaner overheat since it has no air to dissipate heat to?

  • nischay Verma
    nischay Verma 4 months ago

    Bro created a vaccum in a vacuum ,...
    He is a god experimental scientist

  • 3MTA3114
    3MTA3114 4 months ago

    Space is a vacuum but not completely... what if you have a container that has more vacuum? 😄

  • Mr, Nobody.
    Mr, Nobody. 4 months ago

    I wonder if you ever cold welded things, alloys in there don't cold weld because they oxidized in atmosphere.

  • Frisky Dingo
    Frisky Dingo 4 months ago

    If only the hose was in the vacuum it would work but the hose itself will break the vacuum so it will not work

  • Josh Polwart
    Josh Polwart 4 months ago

    This is so random I love it 🤣🤣

  • Brice On Youtube
    Brice On Youtube 4 months ago

    Try it at the highest pressure you can reach!

  • ???
    ??? 4 months ago

    It seems that something that is called the vacuum cleaner cannot clean a vacuum

  • Life4YourGames
    Life4YourGames 4 months ago

    Next up: Vacuum cleaner catches fire after I let the air back in the chamber 😄

  • Toofwess
    Toofwess 4 months ago

    That vacuum could barely suck at normal atmosphere lmao

  • Zêwar Mdur
    Zêwar Mdur 4 months ago

    Try put speaker inside that vacuum with full volume. And see if it will still have bass

  • Akash Yadav
    Akash Yadav 4 months ago

    Thanks I was packing a vaccum cleaner with me to the moon

  • BenGSynth
    BenGSynth 3 months ago

    My favorite is when a microwave oven cooked on the sun.

  • craz gamers
    craz gamers 4 months ago

    But that vacuum barely works outside of a vacuum😕

  • Fabian
    Fabian 4 months ago

    How does cement dries in vacuum?

  • itsbreadwinner
    itsbreadwinner 4 months ago

    Wow that astronaut has the same vacuum as me!

  • Impostor 101
    Impostor 101 4 months ago

    Everyone so focused on the vacuum
    Me: dude how are you still breathing 🤣

  • Generical FishTycoon
    Generical FishTycoon 4 months ago +1

    Go deeper. Get a vacuum going inside the mini vacuum in a vacuum, and put the whole thing in an industrial shop vac.

  • (╥_╥)no
    (╥_╥)no 4 months ago

    Waiting for " I made clouds in my room " video.

  • ClosestNearUtopia
    ClosestNearUtopia 4 months ago

    🤦🏼
    Next bs video: trying an airpump in a vacuum to see if we can blow up baloons..🫠

  • Ryan M
    Ryan M 4 months ago

    What happens if you use a pressure washer in a vacuum

  • Notim Portant
    Notim Portant 4 months ago

    There goes my plan of stealing the moon with a vacuum cleaner...

  • Spiffocyte
    Spiffocyte 3 months ago

    Vacuum-ception. It’s a vacuum in a vacuum vacuuming.

  • SAN
    SAN 4 months ago

    in space, no one can hear you clean

  • ToastyBred
    ToastyBred 4 months ago +1

    The vacuum cleaner can’t even clean a vacuum

  • the dragonslayer
    the dragonslayer 4 months ago

    Thought the vacuum cleaner would spontaneously combust for some reason-