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I just want to see him spin the last gear and see how fast the first one spins
If the materials were strong enough you would need almost infinite energy for that
@Alternate it wouldn’t spin if it’s broken, though
Right! I don't think it's technically a gearbox since that wouldn't even work...
He can't spin it but If he could it would litterally make the one that he's spinning have litterally over10000000rpm
@Joseph Yeah you get a better workout what’s your point?😂
I can tell by the rigidity of this gear box that it wouldn’t survive more than 5 gears spinning with any amount of speed at once, let alone 169
This video leaves a question in everyone's mind. You have to include what happens when attempting to turn from the other side. An if successful example and an answer of reality.
What I've learned from all of these video's: there's not as many atoms in the observable universe as we think their are
When the entire universe gets ratio'd by one small gearboxEdit: wow 1k likes, thanks a lot.
@AxieBubblesbro doesn’t live under a rock anymore he lives under the person who lives in a rock
@AxieBubbles Who cares
@QQ QQ QQ 0 This ain't reddit.
Cut to a different scene. He comes back in a Time Machine and tells himself, “Hey, stop spinning your gears. You created a Time Machine.”
@Indig0Zero Every instance of time travel leads to an infinite paradox of your past (or present) self cutting to a different time. Cool idea, but we don’t know just yet what a paradox could do to a person, nonetheless the world.
@Indig0Zero yeee there r to ways or more which my tiny brain cant handle to think of
yah bcuz you cant change the past, or there is a very very VERY high chance you would create a paradox :,)
But then he did it again as he didnt listen to him as his future self did it
If every atom in the universe contained a full universe in itself, the gear ratio would still be 100000 times larger than all the atoms in every little copy of the universe combined
@Shorty tjayyour balls must be itching from this!!!!!!!!
what If u rotate the very last gear ; will the first one move at the speed of light ??or it's like you have to rotate this thing first to get a start or end
I would say just hook up a solar power battery to it, and let it run in a glass bubble forever and ever until like 12,000,000 years from now, people are waiting to see the 47th wheel start to turn or something haha 😂
Pretty sure no one knows how many atoms are in the observable universe.....but that's pretty cool...kind of.
Its amazing in physics that such a simple thing is still so complex at the same
Everything is complex when dudes like this over fucking complicate it
Pretty sure if the last gear is moving you will unlock the universe mystery.
Guess how long it will take to spin this last gear... Mathematically or physically? Because the physical sciences answer's pretty simple. How long is no. The torque is just too high for anything short of titanium.
Or you could just spin all the colums and it would just take 4 mins for all of them to spin
A 100thousand hp container ship engine shouldHave enough torque to turn the last gear. But the gears needs to be made out of a material that is like 100 times stronger than vibranium otherwise they will break
That's impressive. He built something that has a clearly defined use but is literally impossible to use as intended.
@Jason Vazquez it's a 10/1 gear ratio. That's just called counting.
I don't really get the point of building a physical representation of this. Wouldn't it be better to have a digital version on a computer so you can put in different factors like speed of rotation and passage of time to really see what might happen? I'm sure it would be difficult to program but not impossible right?
I saw someone else building a similar gearbox with Lego. He made the point the last gear is actually turning slower than its proton decay
@Dawud Townsville What useful insight did you gain?
@Matthew Vaughan it is as a teaching tool
Our grandparents use this gear to go to school in their bicycle 🚲
Spin the last gear to make the first gear go fast enough to create a nuclear black hole
Bro the second he said atoms in the observable universe 😂
made one of these and tried to spin it from the other sideeveryone started lagging
Imagine the torque of the last gear, you could probably move the whole universe with that much torque
@William Brandon Davis are you gonna say something or delete your comment ?
@William Brandon Davis Bro really said don't vote for being right 💀
@William Brandon Davis bro said go back to school but said the dumbest shit ever himself
@William Brandon DavisI guess gear reduction is just a myth then. I think you need to go back to school higher or lower gear ratios definitely change torque.I’m a diesel/heavy equipment mechanic I’m very familiar with hp and torque and how they work together.your right tho changing gearing doesn’t change hp of an engine or Motor but it does change the torque
@William Brandon Davis you should've stayed in school because that is literally the opposite from the truth😭😭
Just spin the last one and open up a portal to another dimension.
If you will spin last gear you will create portal to other dimensions
He's the reason why time feels like it's going by so fast
@ThatCerealKiller. yup 👍
Or because your doing something fun
To Put That In Perspective,The Gear Ratio Is 100000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000x (89 zeros) More than The Amount Of Atoms in the universe
can you do one that works the opposite way where one rotation of the first gear spins the last gear superhumanly fast? maybe even using different materials for structural integrity?
You can, but it's just a matter of how strong the material is and how many gears. Either way the gear will snap and will go through several walls in the building.
That will tear the universe apart
God: rotates the entire gear box in one rotation
"There are 10 million million million million million million million particles, in the universe, that we can observe. Your mama took the ugly ones and put them in to one nerd"- Stephen hawking
Can someone explain to me (as someone who has no idea) what the hell he's talking about and how this works please
You know it is serious when they start to talk about the amount of atoms in the universe
@pamela stefaniotis well someone is cranky did you not get your full 8 hour sleep
Someone forgot to tell smarty-pants that the universe is not made up of atoms,it's made up of dark and grey matter,you arrogant earthlings only use a little over 10 percent of your brain ,and you live on a planet that is a type zero civilization, this is why ET won't talk to you idiots,ps thought travels faster than light,
If it was made from an incredibly resilient material and you connected the last gear to an incredibly resilient material object with a strong line of some sort. Imagine the speed in which you could pull it if you spun the first gear with an extreme force. Now of course this is all hypothetical and none of these things exist, but just imagine. Imagine the first gear spinning at like 9000rpm.
@SugarRushWeen I’m saying, imagine if you spun the slowest gear at like 9k rpm.Also, the fastest gear would spin a lot faster than just 1,000,000 rpm. That’s literally nothing compared to the gear ratio. If you spun the slowest gear at 1rpm, it would literally spin the fastest gear at 10^169 rpm. That’s 1 followed by 169 zeros.
It would be a lot more than 9000 rpm🤔 it would be a lot more than 1,000,000,000 rpS!
Him: touches the last gear wheel..The machine: Bruh! I'm broke now.Abu Tate: Hey brokie, What color is your Bugatti ?
will it fit in miata ?
Spin the last gear and be the first person to discover ftl
you just connected a bunch of gears? it would break before a tenth of the gears would turn. you could add thousands of gears it makes no difference.
i like the part when he tells us how long it will take to spin the last gear fully
Longer than the universe will exist. It's literally impossible to spin the last gear without breaking the box or the laws if physics.
Calculate it. He gave you the gear ratio... If you spin the first gear once a second, it would take 10^169 seconds for the last gear to complete one rotation
@Dark Angel thankus for doing the math
Well, he actually implied that. He would have to move the first gear at the speed of light for the last gear to even spin before the heat death of the universe, which is esteemed to happen in about 1.7(10^106) years. That is an inconceivable amount of time.To sum it up, the last gear will take at least 1.7(10^106) years to spin.EDIT: once again, this is presuming he is somehow able to spin the first gear at the speed of light. Which he won't be.
You made me watch it again
Get them all moving, get yourself up to 85mph I think it was, and go back and fix the timeline!!
Or you just calulatef wrong because adding ans mulitplying velocity isnt linear as one would thinks, like einstein told us. It only looks linear with small uncertainty when adding small velocity numbers, so everybody does it this way.But if you get velocity numbers over lightspeed you should recheck the fine print under the used formulas
Wait wait....all that printing, and no crank?
you created the worlds first transmission capable of withstanding the speed of light. Get this man a Nobel Prize
Showed this to my wife so she has a better understanding of how long it’s going to take me to finish everything on the to-do list
Gold imma try that
Just four person bullying a kid, nice job youtube
It wouldn't take as long if you weren't watching Clip-Share shorts ( ͡❛ ₒ ͡❛)
@galaxy guy r/woooosh
2 people somehow missed the joke
I can’t wait for the heat Death of the universe for the last gear the spin
Pair this with nuclear fusion
Question, how much force would you have to exude on the last gear to move the first one at all? (assuming the gears are indestructible of course)
Can you spin the Last Gear⚙️.. 😬
"How much torque does this thing make?""yes."
"hey man that thing got a Hemi in it?!"
all of it
@Jeff F keep driving that japanese import will jacking off to negroes
How do you know everything works properly
Spin the last one to discover the time machine theory
I wanna see you spinning the last one to see how fast the first on spins but with durable gears that could handle the speed of rotation
90% of the gears be like: why are we even here?🤣
@justin Because there's no need to mount them to record the video and then unmount them
@ROCKETT89 why wouldn’t they be connected
They are probably not all connected.
Just to suffer! 😭
Him : Spins the last gearAliens : A meteor shower is comming towards us
@POKER_PRIME occured_task failed successfully_
@Itz_Sophia an error
So you built a broke gearbox ?
Seems like it ain't gonna hold up without you holding it together, hope you got good healthcare
I'm curious how much force it takes to turn the last gear. Can you even spin the last gear first without breaking it?
Correction: world's highest gear ratio you know about.
Me:spins the last gearThe black hole I created:
@Giovani Trevisan me personally i could spin it thats just me tho
@NotoriousEgg89 no materials in earth that withstand it
@Nadim Hamade not even if you started it up slowly and assisted it spinning faster and faster? Are we only encumbered by materials at that point?
Your not strong enough to spin it.
@Edward Scottis that our only limitation though?... in theory this could break physics (if we had a hardy enough material and maybe a dyson sphere or two but hear me out). A transmission working it's way up the gears.. would eventually get there no?.. or at least worth an attempt? Someone show me some math on disproving this gearbox with an out side power source that can shift up gears as they spin couldn't get that first wheel to spin faster than the speed of light‐obviously assuming some magic material could handle it.
But there is no heat death of the universe it has an ice death
Well I took a stab at guessing before continuing the video, and got almost the right number coincidentally. I made an assumption that there were about 200 gears in the box and that they’d have a gear ratio of 6:1 (I didn’t remember what it was from the old video), and got 4.27 x 10^155. So way closer than I had any right to be
But the fact is you will never reach infinity.
you know something is stupidly large/high when they go “the number of particles in the observe able universe is…”
Task: beat the universe at somethingMission accomplished
@Leopard _3a1 You really don't get it holy
@Rassesse no, it physically cannot, there is literally just not enough, dota 2 has lots of combinations for sure, but those combinations are not more than all atoms in the universe
@Leopard _3a1 Dota 2 still beats it not even close lmao you can't even compare
@Rassesse there are rubik's cubes with so many permutations you can't even write the number, it's so big that it's impossible to write in the entire universe, there aren't enough atoms for that
@Rassesse and if that's still not enough for you, The 100x100 has a number so big that I can't even write here on Clip-Share, and that's just 100, and it's the ordinary type, not even like the zettaminx, which has 12 sides, and a ridiculous amount of pieces
L + ratio The ratio:
I want to have this
friction and momentum: I'm gonna end this man all careey
As what my physics professor always say: "ignore surface friction and inertia." Then spinning the last gear might actually be possible. 🤔
1000 years from now someone will find this and think it's some kind of countdown to Armageddon.
Another version of Mayans laughing at humanity lol 😂 2012 everyone! 2012! Oops he was dyslectic… it’s in 2102 lol 😂
Maybe first like that was antikythera??
@Darth Uri depends on the plastic type. Some lasts longer than than that.
@Liam Woodman no it doesnt, it desintegrates after about 70-200 years
Even if the first gear would rotate at 1000 times the speed of light, we still are in the range of more than 10^100 years for the last gear to turn once
I wonder if it is possible to spin the very last gear like a pedal on a bicycle, and if possible, how quickly will the first one spin?
It's more understandable to say that the amount of energy you'd need to exert upon that mechanism is more than available in existence.
Is it possible to make gears from titanium or some other strong element, and rotate them from the opposite end so that a high rotation speed is obtained?
“Ferb, I know what we’re gonna do today!” *spins last gear*
@Diogo Castro It'll have effect so faint that you wouldn't be able to tellThat friction is not enough to stop it from moving completelyIt'd still move, like, few atoms a second xd
@Narrativeless no really static friction is still stationary. It wouldn't budge xD
@Diogo Castro Well, not completely, but yeah, it'd take a lot of timeSo much in fact, that you'd think it's not moving at all
@Narrativeless static friction would stop it from having any effect unfortunately
@Diogo Castro You can just use gravity to make the last gear spin at some pointlow force applied contineously may work, it's just a matter of time until that plastic starts spinning
That is really freakin interesting! Thank you! Youve gained a subscriber!
if we just made the gear to be harder to break, what would happen if we spin the last one?
You’ve created a Time Machine what a great concept we need to study further 🎉🎉🎉
The Camera Man: I got you fam
"and he said when the final gear makes a full rotation, humans may finally find peace, knowing that they measured time succesfully"
But can we actually find peace by successfully measure time?
To make the last gear spin once would take more energy than there is in the universe.
Please start with the last gear, no one wants to start with the first gear.
If you want it to go back in time you have to spin it from the other end….fast enough to generate 1.21 gigawatts.
The amount of torque that last gear could produce would be monstrous
It's fairly easy to make something's RPM exceed the speed of light by abusing gear ratios. Just rotate the last gear one time per second and the rotational speed of the first gear will well exceed the speed of light. Either that, or there will be enough friction to turn the air into fire given infinite tork from the engine and infinite hardness in the gears.
What would happen to the first gear if you could somehow spin the last gear? If that's even physically or scientifically possible 🤔
He was spinning the second gear and the first gear was already going crazy. If he spun the third or fourth one (if he even could), i reckon the first gear would probably break.It would be cool if someone could make a virtual simulator with infinite torque to see how fast the first gear would spin if we spun the last gear even at a snail’s pace.
Can you attach it to a fast motor and see how many it spins over the course of like a day?
How quickly does it break a gear when you spin the last one?
I have a better question for you, where in that intricate gearbox of yours, would it stop, if you spun both ends?
Calculate how much energy would be required to make the last gear turn once
So if you spin the opposing end very gently, would the starting end break?
"hey let's put that on a bike" -kyle
@The Kansan true
@theJman it would be limited but it will be better than any other bike ever
I can’t be the only one who thinks that
why me 😭
@theJman Yeah, but this comment is obviously a joke
If you managed to get the last gear spinning do you think it would explode on the very first tooth moving
ok but what happens if you start by spinning the the last gear? will the first one spin super slow or will it just explode?
I was watching this video and then my neighbour came and we watched it together. He said that this video changed his life and touched his heart. I then went and rented a projector in a big field and all my villagers watched it and it changed their lives too. We all are so grateful.Thank You for this video….
So if you start spinning the last gear, will it make the first gear spin faster than the speed of light? 🤯
If it were even remotely possible, it'd be fun to see the last gear be input
Just gotta make it out of nuclear spaghetti
Okay, but if you spun the other end, which gear would be the first to break? There's a limit to how fast any gear can turn.
Can't you make a special gearbox that will turn that 1st gear insanely fast?
What is the amount of force needed to spin the last gear first?
Who else wants to see him destroy the entire thing by spinning the last gear?
God these are the videos when I tell myself “you have to set yourself a daily time limit for Clip-Share”
I’m on board with that idea. I’m gonna be done for the day now
Yeah, think about it? He set himself a limit of how much minutiae he could allow himself in a week and figured in that week, a gear ratio of 10-169 power.
True, just watched the most inefficient invention ever... Impressive at first but impressively wastes energy.
Fr! It’s 2am. Why don’t I just go to sleep? 😂
Assuming the gearbox was completely indestructible how much force would it require to spin the last gear