The Genesis Rock - Objectivity #208


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  • Objectivity
    Objectivity   2 weeks back

    On the future of Objectivity:

    • Matt Stavis
      Matt Stavis  3 weeks back

      Why don't they use argon as an innert gas protectant? It's as nonreactive as nitrogen if not moreso. Also, argon is denser than air, and so displaces the air, more effectively keeping contaminants away from samples. It's doubtful that the samples have been rigorously protected from oxygen given the protocol illustrated in this video. Are there any moon samples that are more pristine?

      • Pro. Logic
        Pro. Logic  4 weeks back

        Some of that rock looks like melted sand that turned to glass ( Moon Glass )7:00

        • Pro. Logic
          Pro. Logic  4 weeks back

          Did any Moon rock have gasses trapped in them, if "Yes" did they test that gas to see whats in it or what it's made of. 5:47

          • Pro. Logic
            Pro. Logic  4 weeks back

            Who and how did they make all that ultra clean before that place was used to store moon rocks , how long did it take to get all that work done before anything from the moon could be put in there , starting date and time to finish date and time.

            • Thomas Busse
              Thomas Busse  4 weeks back

              How does it compare to the Luna samples?

              • Luji XD
                Luji XD  1 months back


                • Dave Otuwa
                  Dave Otuwa  1 months back

                  This video of Objectivity is for the 50th anniversary of the first man ever to walk on the moon. Thanks to NASA!

                  • Marko Morst
                    Marko Morst  1 months back

                    Watched the three videos, thanks for your work guys!

                    • PalimpsestProd
                      PalimpsestProd  2 months back

                      2 beards walk in to a clean room...

                      • Stephanie Able
                        Stephanie Able  3 months back

                        So we HAVE been to the moon Several Times!! This video should go viral and end the controversy

                        • Nathan Humbert
                          Nathan Humbert  3 months back

                          The guy said no amount of money you could give me would allow me to go get new ones to replace them. Well...... if you gave him enough money he could have a new rocket built and hire new astronauts and go back to the moon and get more.

                          • Objectivity
                            Objectivity   3 months back

                            But they wouldn’t be the SAME ones. :)

                        • aakashPotter
                          aakashPotter  4 months back

                          How did we find the age of moon rocks ?

                          • Fiyaaah
                            Fiyaaah  4 months back

                            In 2015 NASA still did not have 3D scanners to replace photography? wow.

                            • Wol Tee
                              Wol Tee  4 months back


                              • Guillermo Freire
                                Guillermo Freire  4 months back

                                I thought that because matter is not created nor destroyed, everything had the same age as the entire universe..

                                • Rodney McGiveron
                                  Rodney McGiveron  4 months back

                                  PHENOMENAL....Thank you...

                                  • MGCooley
                                    MGCooley  4 months back

                                    Came over from Smarter Every Day to watch this four year old video about moon rocks because science, got an email at work today about old rocks and new science, read article that name drops Robert Ziegler and talks about how as a new grad student in '98 he was surprised scientists still studying rocks from the Apollo missions, circle back to discover he was that guy at Johnson Space Center and still pumped about science but now with a majestic beard.

                                    • Don Dovahkiin
                                      Don Dovahkiin  4 months back

                                      Let me guess , you waited to publish this at the 50th anniversary of Moon landing, right?

                                      • The Chad Pad
                                        The Chad Pad  4 months back

                                        Those rocks are older than dirt.

                                        • sid roth
                                          sid roth  4 months back

                                          There is no way they can date these rocks accurately !  They are going by faulty theories made up by atheistic so-called scientist to prove their point. If you work at one of these organizations and you disagree with their theories you will be ridiculed and then fired !

                                          • Marchismo 85
                                            Marchismo 85  4 months back

                                            I've worked on anorthosite from the Bushveld Igneous Complex (worlds largest layered mafic intrusion) and impact breccias from the Vredefort Impact Crater (one of the largest terrestrial impact craters) and seeing these rocks is really quite eery and interesting because they look so familiar and close to home, yet they come from the moon!

                                            • George Reynolds
                                              George Reynolds  4 months back

                                              Gifts of moon rock were made by the US to many nations and according to Wikipedia, of the 270 gifts, 180 are unaccounted for. Some were sold and some were lost, through accident or sheer carelessness i.e. ignorance.

                                              • Krumple Themal
                                                Krumple Themal  4 months back

                                                Some where a fake moon landing nutter is punching his wall and slamming his desk and screaming like that kid who's mom took a way his xbox.

                                                • FinYam
                                                  FinYam  4 months back


                                                  • justin credible
                                                    justin credible  4 months back

                                                    Smarter dude brought me here

                                                    • diktatorro
                                                      diktatorro  4 months back

                                                      I don't know Rick.... This looks fake :-)

                                                      • Sookie 1X
                                                        Sookie 1X  4 months back

                                                        So...other than a 'guess' of how the moon was formed, what else has been learned? Are they not telling us anything else because, there IS nothing else??

                                                        • Divergent Droid
                                                          Divergent Droid  4 months back

                                                          Tell them the one about Buzz Aldrin selling his moon rock that was proven to be petrified wood. It's all Fake folks. We Never went to the Moon. The 28 volts they had can in no way produce the thousands of watts needed to move a Anolog tv or radio signal 220000 miles which is the distance they believed it to be back then. We don't have the tech to do that even today nor could they talk to President Nixon Live with No Delay - The Earth moves and is spinning right.. so is the Moon.. No line of sight! LOL You simply Cannot get around these Facts. It's a Hoax!

                                                          • George Reynolds
                                                            George Reynolds  4 months back

                                                            No line of sight? But we can see the moon, that is if you go outside once in a while! Try it....

                                                          • Divergent Droid
                                                            Divergent Droid  4 months back

                                                            @00x000 Conspiracies ..... Why don't you explain how you can send an analog tv signal 220,000 miles on 28 volts? LOL

                                                        • Jimmy Ho
                                                          Jimmy Ho  4 months back

                                                          Objectivity #32, Brady had already hinted at this episode

                                                          • TheAbc45678
                                                            TheAbc45678  4 months back

                                                            I enjoyed all three videos about this facility. But I would ask different questions. Eg., "When you send a rock to a university for study, do they generally, always or never send the rock back here?" And, "What form of transportation do you use to carry the rocks to the universities? Do they ever travel by air? Or by any commercial means like FedEx?" And similar questions that pertain to their safety and safe keeping. But nobody asked these questions. Sure, one of the videos mentioned the two-person combination lock on the vault door, and one video mentioned the two-key locks on the samples, but generally I was sad that these issues weren't covered.

                                                            • Douglas Fischer
                                                              Douglas Fischer  4 months back

                                                              SmarterEveryDay! Great video!

                                                              • Jerry Ridge
                                                                Jerry Ridge  4 months back

                                                                This was called the Pet Rock Project and everyone who wanted one got one and they went out of business now they aren't worth a plug nickel.

                                                                • Lead Life with ease Now
                                                                  Lead Life with ease Now  4 months back

                                                                  Cap covers the head so that hairs don't fall down or get blown...don't they need to have covers for beards too? 🙂

                                                                  • Alan Butterworth
                                                                    Alan Butterworth  4 months back

                                                                    Why do people have to wear hats to cover their hair but do not have to cover their beards?

                                                                    • Sean L
                                                                      Sean L  4 months back

                                                                      I love rocks!

                                                                      • lightless
                                                                        lightless  4 months back

                                                                        For a space company, Nasa are pretty stupid. Why make that really thick door when you can just drill a hole in the wall 🤔🤔

                                                                        • Steven M
                                                                          Steven M  4 months back

                                                                          The wall will be just as thick, if not thicker, reinforced concrete...

                                                                      • WalterRamjet HeroOfOurNation

                                                                        for a while, the moon rocks or "some" moon rocks were missing and later turned out that they were stolen and then much later, recovered.

                                                                        • Zrebbesh
                                                                          Zrebbesh  4 months back

                                                                          About 30 years ago, at the Space Museum in Hutchinson Kansas, I had a chance to look through about three inches of bulletproof glass at one of those rocks - a one-inch or so chunk on a pedestal, in a compartment about six inches wide (a foot wide counting the glass). The pedestal itself apparently sank into a steel recess in the floor whenever it wasn't on display.

                                                                          It's really quite a humbling, awe-inspiring experience to see it and think about its history.

                                                                          • nab 6215
                                                                            nab 6215  4 months back

                                                                            Brady is in heaven. I was mainly listening to the video and Brady's excitement comes through in a way I cannot describe.

                                                                            • fourtwanky
                                                                              fourtwanky  4 months back

                                                                              Destin sent me here to tell you to quit your beachin'. Nice video btw. I enjoyed watching both Destin's and yours too.

                                                                              • Daniel Coetzee
                                                                                Daniel Coetzee  4 months back

                                                                                So how "on earth" did the petrified wood sample got mixed in with the "real" moon rocks.....?

                                                                                • TMA1
                                                                                  TMA1  4 months back

                                                                                  @Dan Reidy hmm ... let me use my psychic powers: white check, Trump supporter check, 911 conspiracy theorist check, NRA supporter check, anti-vaxxer check.

                                                                                  How'd I do ?

                                                                                • Dan Reidy
                                                                                  Dan Reidy  4 months back

                                                                                  Not one picture of ANY stars from lunar surface....hmmmm

                                                                                • TMA1
                                                                                  TMA1  4 months back

                                                                                  Regarding all the lame petrified wood comments you get on these kind of videos, the item in question was a 89g piece of wood given to a blind and deaf retired Dutch prime minister by a US ambassador 20 yrs _after_ the landings and wrongly labelled as moon rock amongst his personal belongings.

                                                                                  The 50 mg and 1g samples (sealed in clear plastic) handed out by Nixon at the time of the landings to the Dutch and other governments were very real. No one ever got as a gift anything more than a gram!

                                                                                  I doubt there are many legitimate research institutes who hold 89 grams worth.

                                                                              • Robert Proctor
                                                                                Robert Proctor  4 months back


                                                                                • Garfish Smith
                                                                                  Garfish Smith  4 months back

                                                                                  I just stumbled across this channel,awesome. thanks

                                                                                  • Dik Hed
                                                                                    Dik Hed  4 months back

                                                                                    You say MOST of the moon rocks. Where are the rest? MISSING? are they? Tell the truth you liar, some were stolen--were they recovered? Not to MY knowledge.

                                                                                    • 00x000
                                                                                      00x000  4 months back

                                                                                      15% are in a classified location in case something bad happened to that place.

                                                                                  • Keith Vazquez
                                                                                    Keith Vazquez  4 months back

                                                                                    You can own a piece of the Moon, you can purchase Lunar Meteorites priced around $1000+ a gram, but only buy from top dealers to be safe.

                                                                                    • Gerry Bird
                                                                                      Gerry Bird  4 months back

                                                                                      liked, suscribed, and notified

                                                                                      • Gerry Bird
                                                                                        Gerry Bird  4 months back

                                                                                        Smarter Everyday. brought me here so stop whining. lol