TRUE Limits Of Humanity - The Final Border We Will Never Cross

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Is there a border we will never cross? Are there places we will never reach, no matter how hard we try? It turns out, there are. Even with sci-fi technology, we are trapped in a limited pocket of the Universe and the finite stuff within it. How much universe is there for us and how far can we go?

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Hey Everybody! So this video is a remake and remaster of an older video that has a mistake in it. You can watch the original here: de-vid.com/video/video-ZL4yYHdDSWs.html What is the mistake? In a nutshell: In the original video we said that it was PHYSICALLY impossible to leave the local group and reach other galaxy groups. That the rest of the universe is moving away from us too fast to catch up. But that’s wrong. It is not PHYSICALLY impossible to leave the Local Group, just extremely unlikely that we’ll ever do it. BUT: If you have a lot of time and a fast spaceship you can still get to a limited amount of galaxies - these galaxies will eventually get out of reach forever but until then, they are technically within reach. So why did we keep the video up and didn’t purge it when we deleted our addiction and refugee crisis videos? Well, it has to do with the nature and severity of the mistake: We did talk to a few astrophysicists to ask them what they thought and if we should take down the video. Their feedback was pretty clear, they thought it was still fine as the universe expansion things explained in the video are correct and they didn’t consider the local group thing as too major. This was actually a case of “good enough”. Also, back when this original upload happened, Kurzgesagt was operating at pretty tight margins and just redoing a video was not easy for us. Back then the team was small and we were fighting to put new videos out. So we just swallowed the bitter pill and kept the video around. But the video still bothered us, as far as we know this was the biggest unfixed mistake on the channel. Super frustrating, especially because the core idea of the video is so fascinating. The limit of our species. The actual limit. So yeah, we finally remade the video, sorry for taking this long, life got in the way. The original video will stay up, you can compare the two if you want to see how far we have come in a few years in terms of production quality. All in all, we could only grow the channel and work on getting better because of direct support from you guys. So thank you for that. - Philipp PS: If you want, check out our shop for some new posters about the universe posters and black hole plushies and stuff like that: bit.ly/3dRJj71
Stop the Philosophical Zombies
It's extremely unlikely humans will ever leave the solar system, let alone our own galaxy.
Trying making a video of Pices Cetus Complex Cluster
Yukatan Vor 6 Tage
Isn't science all about hypotheses and discovery? What may be what we think we know in the past may change in the future as we learn more.
Dumii Cris
Dumii Cris Vor 24 Tage
the galaxies could never get out of reach. if universe would expand 2000 lightyears a second every 500 thousand miles would still not be out of reach in theory ! in practic it would be cause we would have to catch the speed at which universe expands (good luck with calculations) :))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))) so universe expands but we can move in that space we can exit the solar system with a tone of dificulties but we can
Erik Vor 25 Tage
@Nathan Knight for a limited time only. At participating locations.
Maik Vor 37 Minuten
I have my theory there are no dark energy and dark matter because the big bang make everything move with the explosion so it's slowing down by gravity and it mite expend because the edge of the universe is more matter then in the center so it's polling inside out and in our observable universe we see as expansion of the universe
Bradley Davis
Bradley Davis Vor Stunde
Star Gate did this /it was so good “Density”
Kan Ki
Kan Ki Vor Stunde
7:15 See you space cowboy😞. I really miss them
Ares TP
Ares TP Vor Stunde
Mr. Avi
Mr. Avi Vor 3 Stunden
so that's where the aliens went
계란말히 Vor 4 Stunden
감사합니다 영상이 흥미로우며 순간 감정에 머물렀던 사람에게 활력이 되었습니다!
Bradley Hughes
Bradley Hughes Vor 4 Stunden
If the other galaxies can move faster than the speed of light then its not impossible for us to do the same.
Henrique K.
Henrique K. Vor 6 Stunden
This is a beautifully designed video. The fade out of the galaxies was particularly amazing ❤️
Abdulrahman Muhammad Al Sherbini
The thumbnail for this video is beautiful. Any way i can download it?
The Law
The Law Vor 9 Stunden
The universe is expanding because the Being we live inside and call the universe is growing up oh shit puberty
yackfou2412 Vor 13 Stunden
Why is the title in german an the video in English. No I could understand and speak it but I feel tricked. It's like clickbaiting, that's why I disliked the video
FROGGY Vor 14 Stunden
man i love this channel
Róbert Mifkovič
Róbert Mifkovič Vor 17 Stunden
Kurzgesagt: irritated we wont travel between galaxies me: irritated we still haven't put a foot on Mars and delaying it every 10 years. I'd love to see Moon or Marse base within my lifespan (50 years to come, or at least I hope so)
GrayWolf666 Vor 19 Stunden
If you honestly think humanity has limitations then you don’t know the history of humans very well. With advances in quantum entanglement and the new discovery about black holes and the former “information paradox” means we could be on the cusp of unimaginable potential in space travel and fourth demential movement. Humanity has no limitations because we are imperfect beings striving to find perfection without knowing what perfection even is.
zhou sei
zhou sei Vor 4 Stunden
how could you possibly know that we have no limitations?
the real esper
the real esper Vor 20 Stunden
The only comforting thing keeping me from having a mental breakdown is that it is possible for some kind of extremely advanced civilization appear from another universe (say it's Type 6 even) and then for it to help us break the border forever by some kind of darkmatter manipulation or something idk. The point is that the border might not be final as we don't know everything about the universe and the nature of it so this could as well just be false and we will become 12 dimensional gods and manipulate our multiverse. Things will happen, that's for sure.
Cyclonado Thunderclaw
Cyclonado Thunderclaw Vor 20 Stunden
Well that was sad. Thank you Kurzgesagt as always for informing us of big information like this that we never got taught in school.
Ditch the hider
Ditch the hider Vor 20 Stunden
And also:fun VERY IMPORTANT FUTURE HUMAN PEOPLE NEED TO KNOW: if 1 billion year from now has passed, there will be no like exept space stations. Continue the tradition until 7 billion years, then move to ganymede, it will be likely habitable for 9-16 million years then move unto titan, the sun will swallow mercury at that point, but titan will be habitable for at least 8-14 billion years, the final thing you need is stay on the kupier belts biggest object. Pluto. it will be habitable for 3 million years then the helium flash will occur. After that go launch back to earth then sun becomes white dwarf, its safe to say the past mercury/mercurian orbit will be habitable. Finnaly once the sun becomes black, safe to say you move on to trappist system and trappist 1-e and 1-f since 1d is being burned right at that time. Also very important but you need HUGE spaceships that carry up to 10000 people and give birth there to thrive(10000 people is enough to make them endangered)
Ditch the hider
Ditch the hider Vor 20 Stunden
Truth 7
Truth 7 Vor 20 Stunden
Job 9:8 KJV 6:06 [8] Which alone ( spreadeth out the heavens ), and treadeth upon the waves of the sea. 💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕
zhou sei
zhou sei Vor 4 Stunden
just like it would be rude for me to go on a church service youtube video and talk about facts of life that make it highly unlikely for a creator god (like endogenous retroviruses), it is rude for you to come onto science videos and proselytize.
Adora Vor 20 Stunden
"ah yes" I muttered as I proceeded with my existential crisis
Truth 7
Truth 7 Vor 20 Stunden
Genesis 1.1🙌🏻🙏🏻❤️💯📖🇮🇱🚀
Truth 7
Truth 7 Vor 20 Stunden
Genesis 1.1🙌🏻🙏🏻❤️💯📖🇮🇱🚀
Taylor Wattier
Taylor Wattier Vor 22 Stunden
Thank you for your honesty. It's very rare these days. Subbed 👍
Reknot Vor 22 Stunden
God this just puts into unbelievable perspective what tiny little flecks we are in this universe
Samantha Laws
Samantha Laws Vor 23 Stunden
Liked for transparency. If only this was the standard. Big props 🙏
Evanite Vor Tag
I like to believe that we’ll eventually get to a point where we can manipulate space time and allow ourselves to almost “pull back” the edges of the universe in a way. Hope is our most powerful tool, never forget that.
Said Mohammed
God has told that you are in enclosed housing and has no exit. So the galaxy, the milky way and stars and earth are floating inside this enclosed housing that has no exit. Seven similar enclosed housing exists one over the other separated by atmospheric revers of the same distance of the enclosed housing. The stars are only existing in the lower housing. The seven enclosures are attached below the kursiy and above the kursiy is the place of the owner of the heavens and the earth the Supreme the Most high the Majesty the God of the universe.
zhou sei
zhou sei Vor 4 Stunden
just like it would be rude for me to go on a church service youtube video and talk about facts of life that make it highly unlikely for a creator god (like endogenous retroviruses), it is rude for you to come onto science videos and proselytize.
yo_dog gaming
9:21 LOL
kameron wilson
What if you go back in time and gain the time available to reach those unobservable galaxy's
yo_dog gaming
colorado841 Vor Tag
Thank you for my daily dose of existential dread. I was staring to get withdrawal symptoms.
Crash J
Crash J Vor Tag
This effed me up. I actually cried a little when he said that 16,000 stars pass over the horizon every second and are gone forever from us. My heart broke at the thought. Why is this concept so absolutely and utterly devastating? My brain is trying to grieve something it can't even comprehend both before and after it's actually happened. There's definitely a feeling of loss though, even if I can't even begin to grasp the size of it enough to properly articulate it.
Just a lone soul
I wish the words "never" and impossible" or "irritrievable", etc, would always (...or at least once...) be accompanied by "in the current state of science and technologies".... Because how would we know for real? All or most of our assumptions can only be based on what we know at the moment... Don't you think our ancestors (I'm speaking 2000 years, or this kind of scale) would have said the same about reaching the Moon, the Sun, other planets, having a space probe halfway out of our own solar system, actively trying to deflect asteroids, mastering fusion of atomic nuclei, growing human organs in labs.... Maybe we'll achieve some kind of power to be able to interact with, and modify some physical fields... Higgs, spacetime.... using black holes and white fountains... creating our own... Next level science-fiction ;-) But this video is (as all of them) an utterly good source of reflexion and deep thinking, that's a granted, and I'm debating for the intellectual pleasure, nothing else =)
rebel Vor Tag
I just had a thought that year’s from now people would watch videos like this and smile after making discoveries that could change the way we currently think. Don’t completely write everything off just yet.
Hurr Durr
Hurr Durr Vor Tag
at least the quantum eraser yet gives me hope though at my level of understanding this is very much unfounded.
Priogeth Vor Tag
Marik Atem
Marik Atem Vor Tag
Ok this jarr is Hrad how hrad is that is 10000,0000 and 0.00000001
MultiMcdude Vor Tag
These people talk as if they know these things as facts. In reality they are only hypothesizing the ideas being stated in this video. We are all clueless to most of what lies or happens outside of our own solar system.
zhou sei
zhou sei Vor 4 Stunden
pretty sure we are clueless about many things in our oceans, let alone outside of our solar system or galaxy.
Mist Born
Mist Born Vor Tag
I want to leave the milkyway and explore other galaxy
MrPanSzymon Vor Tag
I'm always in awe with theories like: "The formation of stars will continue to slow down". How on earth are we supposed to know this for certain? Universe is billions of billions years old (infinite to be exact) and human race is exploring it properly and forming theories for a very brief amount of time like last 100 years or less, so for me its always a bit like a belief system when it comes to astronomy
MrPanSzymon Vor 14 Stunden
@Hache Punto II okay that tells me at least something although I find it difficult to wrap my head around those kind of stuff
Hache Punto II
Hache Punto II Vor 15 Stunden
@MrPanSzymon because of the speed of light bro, we can see the past of the universe, and we can see the big bang. For example, if we see a planet that is 1000 thousand light years away we are seeing how that planet was 1000 years ago. So the further thing we can see is the big bang 13.8 light years away, so we know that's the beginning because there is nothing else further than that. Another example that helped me understand, is the Sun. The Sun is 8 light minutes away, so if the sun turns off, we will notice that 8 minutes later.
MrPanSzymon Vor 15 Stunden
@Hache Punto II that's basically what I'm talking about. How science is able to say that?
Hache Punto II
The universe is about 13.8 billion years old 👍
BicycleJoe Vor Tag
Could we theoretically go beyound with a wormhole? Or would we be limited to what is within our gravitational reach?
Stephen Vor Tag
We need a spore drive. FTL travel moving along from point to point is so quaint.
is there a border we will never reach? ask that to Capt. Kirk and the crew of the enterprise... (message to killjoy and salty people: ITS A JOKE)
zhou sei
zhou sei Vor 4 Stunden
to boldly go where no one has gone before
ソウ Vor Tag
Waaaait, he says the space is expanding as the speed of light, then we are also on the one of the moving space unless we are at the center of the universe right? That means we are also traveling faster than light right now?
el samurai guapo
I don't think we can say with certainty that we won't reach these out of reach galaxies. The thing is even limited to the milky way, we'd have so much resources and time to become a type IV civilization with unlimited potential. A civilization with quadrillions of people and millions of geniuses together with advanced AI will for sure find a solution to traveling FTL given enough time.
ababoeba Vor 2 Tage
Well have killed the earth in like 200 years at most. Sorry selfish car driving plastoc buying animal product eating peeps, let all your hopes go. Ya wrecked them.
Chicken Wang
Chicken Wang Vor 2 Tage
“Like a black holes event horizon all around us”
Golden Minigunner
This is kinda making me sad
Donovan Ramos
Donovan Ramos Vor 2 Tage
Y'all the universe has a barrier so that means that we just haven't unlocked enough skill points
andrew purcell
andrew purcell Vor 2 Tage
Knowing that there is soo much of space billion and trillions of light years away with the possibility of sustaining some life and us not evening knowing they exist or what life is even out there is truly painful.
Greed kyle
Greed kyle Vor 2 Tage
Ok guys universe is too small let's go to the dimensions...
paul warren
paul warren Vor 2 Tage
sure that is the speed of light, but that's what the round trip speed of light is. due to relativity, the one-way speed of light can be considered to be instantaneous
AOT Vor 2 Tage
4:51 don't laugh don't laugh I'm a grown man I'm a grown man
Alexander MacLeod
Wait a minute. 2:43. If the observable universe expanded that rapidly, surely this violates the rule that nothing moves faster than the speed of light. Coz that's definitely quicker than the speed of light. Can someone explain to me how this doesn't violate that?
Tea Plays
Tea Plays Vor 2 Tage
Just one questions… how do they know about the stuff outside the Milky Way?
Stop the Philosophical Zombies
It's extremely unlikely humans will ever leave the solar system, let alone our own galaxy.
Birendra Kabi
Birendra Kabi Vor 2 Tage
Every person on earth should watch this to realise how small we are and how immaterial & irrelevant our ego is 🙄
Nikolas Hruska
Nikolas Hruska Vor 2 Tage
There is allwas a hope!
Nik TheGreek
Nik TheGreek Vor 2 Tage
our evolution eventually will lead us to immortality if our bodies did not destroyed, and with warmholes,einstein/rosen bridges we will be cool. if we manage to reach this level of civilization
Plutomania Yoseph
Well to be fair, you can force evolve or transfer consciousness into superiour transdimensional being
Oluwatobi Asekun
Oluwatobi Asekun Vor 2 Tage
What?! 🤯
Jun Minh
Jun Minh Vor 2 Tage
ah yes, the local univers puffer
Hailey Snyder
Hailey Snyder Vor 3 Tage
Milkdromeda should be called Daedaleus' horizon.
GorillaGaminG Vor 3 Tage
Sooooo depressing
Arush Alshi
Arush Alshi Vor 3 Tage
What if we were able to time travel in future? It would solve the problems right?
Andrew Eldred
Andrew Eldred Vor 3 Tage
Cellular Dude😎
Iliya Vor 3 Tage
Hercules Rockefeller
I like the bird at 9:25, which I reconize as Thievus Popcornus. Wonderfully comforting video, I like knowing that there are things that humanity will NEVER know, no matter how powerful our science and techniology become.
borg972 Vor 3 Tage
Do we have "incredible luck" to exist in the perfect time? how can you know that there weren't any past developments that similarly hid some large portions or facts of the universe from us? Seems odd to believe in such "luck"..
Gabbledegak Vor 3 Tage
Never say never.
Jose Luis Mapelli
What I don't understand, and I hope someone can help, is: wasn't it discussed how we could come up with a way to wrap space time and travel faster than the speed of light? Will we then be able to visit stars that have left the horizon? Or if wormholes work in a similar way, would they be able to help us too? Thanks!
Mark C
Mark C Vor 3 Tage
Escaping the friend zone.
CAJAYON Vance Ranjel
Carson Ferreira
Carson Ferreira Vor 3 Tage
Hurray for birbs!
Timothy Sams
Timothy Sams Vor 3 Tage
Milkdromeda sounds like an incredible sci-fi setting in so very many ways.
James ODowd
James ODowd Vor 3 Tage
we all upload to the matrix and we all travel to all the stars
John Klaus
John Klaus Vor 3 Tage
Lol. This entire piece is hilariously wrong. We need to stop talking in firm statements about how the universe started and what’s happening. To whit, we know about as much about how the universe works as we have seen of it…. Not much…
Trying making a video on Pices Cetus Complex Cluster on mapping the universe!
ratias0 Vor 3 Tage
This video makes me sad... I love it!
Noora نورة
Noora نورة Vor 3 Tage
So basically Kingdom Hearts
Fission Mailed
Fission Mailed Vor 4 Tage
Title immediately made me think of furries
Furious Arcturus
Furious Arcturus Vor 4 Tage
Kurzgesagt: 94% of all galaxies in the universe are unlikely to reach Darth Vader: *sobs*
Furious Arcturus
Furious Arcturus Vor 4 Tage
Ahhh, only if FTL Warp drives existed.........
Mookie Stewart
Mookie Stewart Vor 4 Tage
If we ever achieved the ability to travel at light speed we would also have the tech to make speed irrelevant.
Firefountain rl
Firefountain rl Vor 4 Tage
so eventually it will just be our solar system that we can see and the rest will be darkness?
samragyi bansal
samragyi bansal Vor 4 Tage
Quantum race
Quantum race Vor 4 Tage
whether we reach other galaxies, i think making our solar system a playground for advanced structures still sounds just as exciting
Victor Rodrigues
Victor Rodrigues Vor 4 Tage
07:42 - 07:45 - When I say outloud my school report to my mom
Gamer Elite
Gamer Elite Vor 4 Tage
like the great napoleon said in a madening thought ... never say never :-)
Bryan Songy
Bryan Songy Vor 4 Tage
I am curious about the "faster than the speed of light relative to us" line. What does that mean? I thought as a body approaches the speed of light time slows infinitely. So that faster than speed of light becomes impossible.
Alexander Böhn
Alexander Böhn Vor 4 Tage
This is one of the saddest things I have ever seen
jacob Vor 4 Tage
I see why people believe in god, this shit's too crazy. Just gotta settle for god at a certain point.
zhou sei
zhou sei Vor 3 Stunden
but that would be a personal incredulity fallacy, no need for a god of the gaps
Vance Gilbert
Vance Gilbert Vor 4 Tage
[QUESTION] if we're supposed to be expanding faster NOW, I'd like to know how you came to that conclusion, how fast were we expanding before now? and how do you know? and where did you get your information from? As you look further OUT you look further BACK in time, so if the universe WAS expanding VERY quickly at the very beginning, and now that you look at the local distances mere millions of lightyears away, what direction is the vast majority of those galaxies travelling in? THAT is the ONLY thing you can say is how fast we WERE travelling compared to our local part of the visible universe. Where you get the idea that the universe WAS expanding quickly at the very beginning of the universe's life, the stars we observe are the stars light we ran into on our way through the universe as it used to be expanding, when we look out there, we're seeing the historical movement BACK THEN, NEVER NOW. REMEMBER THIS when you make any statement about astrophysics, you are always dealing with OLD DATA!
mulvey0731 Vor 4 Tage
Unlike when Carl Sagan ignorantly blurbed that there were only 2 requirements to life in any planet in the 1960’s (making et life in the billions of likelihoods) we now know that there are hundreds of requirements and the likelihood of life ANYWHERE is so minute as to not really be possible HERE (were it not for the “fine tuning of a supernatural force”…Dr. Richard Dawkins). When you truly understand that life from non life is so statistically impossible, and the requirements for a single protein, gravity, mass, and on and on, you begin to see that the absurdity points to a creator and that He will show us all things in His perfect time.
Meli H
Meli H Vor 4 Tage
and here I am stressing over hip dips
Dmytro Bogdan
Dmytro Bogdan Vor 5 Tage
Sorry, I don't believe in Big bang theory, its created by our short minded mind to comprehend something it can't. The same can be said about finite universe. Ha-ha, funny guy! You think humanity will last millions of years 😂
zhou sei
zhou sei Vor 2 Stunden
@Dmytro Bogdan furthermore (and i'm not speaking directly on the topic of the big bang, which i am not well versed in), if it's a SCIENTIFIC theory, we can be maximally confident that it is the right answer. that's why they are theories and not hypotheses. scientific theories are the highest order of explanation, and although they very well may get more accurate as we bring in more knowledge and understanding, you can believe that they will not be overturned. one example is the germ theory of disease.
zhou sei
zhou sei Vor 2 Stunden
@Dmytro Bogdan you're accusing me of narrow mindedness for pointing out that theories don't care whether or not you believe in them? what a narrow minded thing to say. also, shame on you for the direct insult.
Dmytro Bogdan
Dmytro Bogdan Vor 2 Stunden
@zhou sei some scientist think its a theory its not true because none can proof it. Its totally fine to not believe in theories. But I see you're as narrow minded as the majority of population in this planet
zhou sei
zhou sei Vor 3 Stunden
whether or not you believe in something is not relevant to whether or not is is true. i don't believe you exist. and we might make it millions of years, if we pull our heads out of our asses, grow some 'nads, and stop killing eachother over silly shit.
Johnathan Gladue
Johnathan Gladue Vor 5 Tage
Broken it sounds easy together right well try?
Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein Vor 5 Tage
I think that there is definitely a multiverse that exists, but the boundaries between universes is this boundary that we can never cross… If somehow we could travel to the end of the universe, I don’t think we could ever expand past that
Tyler Satter
Tyler Satter Vor 5 Tage
Hey Kurzgesagt I was curious what your team's opinion on the great attractor phenomenon was. Judging by you video, it seemed like it wasn't a big factor, but idk if you didn't include it just because it would add more complexion and time to the video.