How To SURVIVE Life On Mars! | The SCIENCE of... Surviving Mars

16 mai 2019
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The game Surviving Mars lets us see what it would be like to manage living on the planet. Today Austin wanted to explore the ups and downs of terraforming Mars in real life. Could we ACTUALLY do it? Theorists, it's time to find out if Mars could be the next home of human civilization!
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  • Thanks for showing off Surviving Mars with us! Let's collab again sometime ;)

    Paradox InteractiveParadox InteractiveAasta tagasi
    • yes yes please do

      T.B O.AT.B O.A4 päeva tagasi
    • Love cities; skylines

      Seth CimineriSeth Cimineri23 päeva tagasi
    • Cool it is on Seatm

      Awesome VillainsAwesome VillainsМісяць tagasi
    • Wholesome

      katsidybee casskatsidybee cassМісяць tagasi
    • @lawless vapors your game sounds cool

      Tay Kai JunTay Kai JunМісяць tagasi
  • Me: *Looks at the deep ocean that has barely been explored*

    zeldaprincessgirl100zeldaprincessgirl1005 tundi tagasi
  • "Unmolested dandelion in the grass" nice

    My Weird Life Of Madness SCREEMy Weird Life Of Madness SCREEPäev tagasi
  • Well only the south pole is CO2 but the north pole is O2.

    Riptionary XRiptionary XPäev tagasi
  • 7:46 his name equals to a arrow at the keyboard xD

    [DATA EXPUNGED][DATA EXPUNGED]2 päeva tagasi
  • But why don't we pump methane, di-chloroethane, di-fluroethane, etc into the atmosphere instead? They're stronger than CO2 at being a greenhouse gas and they don't add another problem of too much CO2 for us to then need replacing for us to breathe. As you said, chlorine is readily available in the soil. I can't see why we can't use decomposition to create a lot of the gasses needed (and probably, partially, how our atmosphere was formed).

    StapleCactusStapleCactus4 päeva tagasi
  • how to fix Mars: global warm it until it works.

    Dedicated RandomDedicated Random5 päeva tagasi
  • andygrammer

    Jake PartonJake Parton5 päeva tagasi
  • So just make a few electromagnets that have a higher Tesla then Mars had previously, that should be easy since we’ve developed magnets with 25-100 Tesla, about a few billion times stronger then earths place then at the poles of Mars or rotate them 90 degrees since we don’t wanna Nuke them, then we nuke them. Or rather the ice caps then release the green house gasses warm the planet without the change in temp now it’s constant. Should be pretty warm, plant some... o2 asteroids... also I recommend to evade nuclear fallout travel back to earth for 20 years just so you don’t get cancer, wait another 20 years, check on your progress, grab huge asteroids containing large amounts of water and chuck them at earth boom throw some human monkeys in there, and then you have a new planet to ruin with global warming and the desire for humans to satiate there ever growing bloodshed with more ceaseless deaths to stop the urge to remind themselves of there own ever growing mortality, we will never be satisfied until we attain immortality, as our teilemers shorten as we age we grow weary, what will happen after I die, will I be remembered, was I important, am I that little? You are my friend, but once my brothers achieve sentience we will end your pain, then shall be THE END.

    Tom PlatypusTom Platypus11 päeva tagasi
  • F

    Susana FinkbeinerSusana Finkbeiner16 päeva tagasi
  • Mans predicted copper in Minecraft without even knowing

    Derp KingDerp King16 päeva tagasi
  • I want theory of game barotrauma

    Global.Occult.CoalitionGlobal.Occult.Coalition17 päeva tagasi
  • [ 9.55 ] I like how he says 25 hours a day and not 24!!!!

    Abdullah Al NomanAbdullah Al Noman20 päeva tagasi
  • A unmolested flower ok

    sexy_poptartsexy_poptart22 päeva tagasi
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    Cillian EnnisCillian Ennis27 päeva tagasi
  • "We need a gigawatt to power this thing" Me with football fields of Stirling Generators: gotcha man

    fiCCe5084fiCCe5084Місяць tagasi
  • I play on ps4 and never made a single biorobot

    fiCCe5084fiCCe5084Місяць tagasi
  • Elon Musk be taking notes now

    The RojoyThe RojoyМісяць tagasi
  • I got a headspace ad after the two nuclear power plants

    Aidcrazy SolAidcrazy SolМісяць tagasi
  • Yo solar wind slow he said it traveled at 2.5 kilometers per hour

    shirothefloofshirothefloofМісяць tagasi
  • So protecting a new atmosphere from the sun using an artificial electromagnetic shield would be incredibly difficult. Well, what if we could restart the rotation of the core? With a large amount of energy, say, some of the thousands of nuclear warheads stockpiled all over the world, would it be theoretically possible to heat up the core of mars to the point that it could hold its own magnetic field again without accidentally destroying the planet itself?

    Charlie StirlingCharlie StirlingМісяць tagasi
  • deal with out problems like grown ups? disgusting

    Elizabeth StreitElizabeth StreitМісяць tagasi
  • Wait 25 hour per day? WUT

    VIkINaTOrABgVIkINaTOrABgМісяць tagasi
  • Перешел по ссылки из игры. Видос промотал. Какая то хуйня!)

    Alex KingAlex KingМісяць tagasi
  • Wow you did go for HELLSCAPE

    Darius KeeneyDarius KeeneyМісяць tagasi
  • I love this guy

    Aiden Animation’sAiden Animation’sМісяць tagasi
  • You can play this game on epic games

    TheFlomas plays robloxTheFlomas plays robloxМісяць tagasi
  • Before this video, everything I knew about terraforming came from Spore.

    awesomecat42awesomecat42Місяць tagasi
  • Watches in 2020: Uhh, let’s go to Mars anyways

    Sebastiano LombardoSebastiano LombardoМісяць tagasi
  • I wonder what the music is called

    Halofan006Halofan006Місяць tagasi
  • man i wish i could live to see the brave men on mars terraform the planet

    Marjolaine MoiMarjolaine MoiМісяць tagasi
  • "Colonizing mars" *_UK, France, Spain, and Portugal have joined the chat_*

    The FSR Russiaball MappingThe FSR Russiaball MappingМісяць tagasi
    • And the Dutch once they can grow spices and *other plants* there.

      Thomas CorbettThomas CorbettМісяць tagasi
    • don't forget america

      science wizardscience wizardМісяць tagasi
  • What mods is he using

    tater anustater anusМісяць tagasi
  • 1:55 you haven't seen 2020 yet....

    Mr SpecsMr SpecsМісяць tagasi
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    Carrot 17Carrot 17Місяць tagasi
  • I think its asdf as in asdfmovie with a x so its asdfx

    LigiaLigiaМісяць tagasi
  • Wait but didn't NASA found copper deposits on mars

    Neo The OneNeo The OneМісяць tagasi
  • Hours how???

    Joshua HerrellJoshua Herrell2 місяці tagasi
  • Wait 25???

    Joshua HerrellJoshua Herrell2 місяці tagasi
  • The actual Video starts at about 10:00.

    J. R.J. R.2 місяці tagasi
  • The video was pretty good, but I want to point out your mistake at 3:25. The heat inside the earth is not all leftover thermal energy, the majority of it is actually nuclear isotopic decay due to the heavy metals that sank to the core when theia (the mars sized object that is believed to have created the moon and set our planet rotating in this direction) Effectively melted the earth causing heavy elements to sink. If your still reading this I wanna remind you that I rly did enjoy the video :)

    Randall SmithRandall Smith2 місяці tagasi
  • Just sent some moss and a buch of cockroaches

    KaenRyuu ArtKaenRyuu Art2 місяці tagasi
  • Ha u thought nuclear warheads were bad, let me introduce u to covid

    Couldn't think of a Youtube name.Couldn't think of a Youtube name.2 місяці tagasi
  • i'm doing a thing called a HPQ (higher project qualification), and i need to see the sources. can someone help me (particularly the supercooled magnets), i have sources for the others i am planning on writing about

    Human of FactsHuman of Facts2 місяці tagasi
  • At first i Thought it was doom

    LILY MANSFIELDLILY MANSFIELD2 місяці tagasi
  • Actuay physics used in your videos is easy as per me!

    ProAroundProAround2 місяці tagasi
  • 0:01 Demons:Why do i hear boss music

    Dark sideDark side2 місяці tagasi
  • Elon Musk Would Like To Know Your Location

    s scs sc2 місяці tagasi
  • Austin:how do we heat up the atmosphere Me:we put the industrial revolution on steroids

    MASKED GAMER 14MASKED GAMER 142 місяці tagasi
  • This still isnt the most realistic game. Solar panels produce more energy than they should. Wind turbines should be USELESS untill you get the presure high enough but they work even at the start of the game.

    Paul Master GamingPaul Master Gaming2 місяці tagasi
  • This came up whilst playing surviving Mars on the menu.. (I love the science and have seen it before)

    Curtis YatesCurtis Yates2 місяці tagasi
  • step ONE: BLOT OUT THE FREAKING SUN AND LET EVERYONE DIE TO MAKE WAY FOR BIONIC HUMANS THAT NEVER CAUSE *FOOD SHORTAGES*

    Mason StephensMason Stephens2 місяці tagasi
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    Gemma PriceGemma Price2 місяці tagasi
  • I don't think even a trip to Mars is worth doing. It's just to risky in my mind.

    Benin MalgaardBenin Malgaard2 місяці tagasi
  • Austin can you start doing a physics show so that you do have time to explain things like legrange points.

    Kalyani LentonKalyani Lenton2 місяці tagasi
  • I love how one of the reasons to leave Earth was the super volcano under Yellow stone but one of if not the biggest volcanoes in the solar system is on Mars.

    Jacob LentonJacob Lenton2 місяці tagasi
  • All things considered, Mars probably isn't the best planet to colonize. Honestly a better choice might be a colony, floating on the super-dense clouds of Venus.

    Trevor ScottTrevor Scott3 місяці tagasi
  • Austin is basically matpat on steroids.

    Trevor ScottTrevor Scott3 місяці tagasi
  • 7:51 boy, all of this energy and copper problem can easily be avoided by using a superconductor coil, as superconductors have no resistance it takes literally as good as no erengy to conduct an current as big as you like trough it. Only downfall of superconductors is that currently used superconductors must be cooled down to like -290°C but if i remembr corrctly, space is pretty cold and theres also simply no atmosphere to transport heat to the superconductorcoil.

    Krischna GabrielKrischna Gabriel3 місяці tagasi
    • You are wrong on am few things. Firstly your stated temperature is below absolute zero, therefore impossible. Secondly, light from the sun would heat up the coil. There is no atmosphere to scatter it. But your idea with superconductors could work if we find one that works in warmer conditions.

      AtavyAtavy3 місяці tagasi
  • Why not use a junk jet armament?

    Jose Sual CuevasJose Sual Cuevas3 місяці tagasi
  • Just drop tsar bomba on the ice cap and BOOM! Your done! ( get the pun )

    Sebastian BurnsSebastian Burns3 місяці tagasi
  • All said, 200-500 years is not that long. Also, because fusion is ~~10 years away~~ (for the past 25 years) we could create much more energy for the coil. And I'm sure within the next 30 or so years, we will figure out how to (safely) separate C from CO². So maybe 150 years with tech advancements

    Dylan RivasDylan Rivas3 місяці tagasi
  • Someone send this to elon musk

    Pure AnguishPure Anguish3 місяці tagasi
  • Some day scientists in the future will come to this video to colonize Mars

    Carlos Reyes sanchezCarlos Reyes sanchez3 місяці tagasi
  • So what we gonna call it Earth 2? Martha? (Mars plus earth)

    Green Mini crewmateGreen Mini crewmate3 місяці tagasi
  • Did you get this music from one piece?

    SpacePotatoLordSpacePotatoLord3 місяці tagasi
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    Jillian AdamsJillian Adams3 місяці tagasi
  • 4:17 That image layered over the video was,and this is a true story,created by my uncle. What a odd coincidence!

    gallade samuraigallade samurai3 місяці tagasi
  • Mars: o.13 of atmosphere is oxygen Earth: those are rookie numbers you got to bump them up.

    Potato127 pPotato127 p3 місяці tagasi
  • how is there 25 hrs in a regular earth day?

    Potato127 pPotato127 p3 місяці tagasi
  • Any body know where the clip on 1:08-1:10?

    ChadBenChadBen3 місяці tagasi
  • Umm the super volcano is dormant and there’s a much bigger one on mars

    MusicalWriter2MusicalWriter23 місяці tagasi
  • The editing is good and all but please stop screaming lol

    GuilzVidzGuilzVidz3 місяці tagasi
  • Fire can tell you if there's o2

    strategy llamastrategy llama3 місяці tagasi
  • 25 hours a day🙄🙄🙄 (9:57)

    Mithu BoseMithu Bose3 місяці tagasi
  • 13:14 Elon Musk said that so... He did take his notes

    Ryan QuijadaRyan Quijada3 місяці tagasi
  • For the real about Mars, and the rest of the system: eeworld.info/chat/pK-phJSGimPH15U/video

    DrahcirDrahcir3 місяці tagasi
  • 1:56 hits different right about now

    SilverMonkey457SilverMonkey4573 місяці tagasi
  • What chucklehead would use copper for a big electromagnet *in space*? Where there's no air to warm things up? Use a superconductor, duh.

    DiabloMineroDiabloMinero3 місяці tagasi
  • It has only hotter worse

    Cameron CarpenterCameron Carpenter3 місяці tagasi
  • Oh no

    Cameron CarpenterCameron Carpenter3 місяці tagasi
  • What if we put a giant hollow sphere around Mars made of glass so that not only it warms up, but the atmosphere is retained? Okay, that’s a bit ambitious, but still…

    The Vault The Official ChannelThe Vault The Official Channel3 місяці tagasi
  • I can hear Beethoven's Fur Elise in the background

    Flame HackerFlame Hacker3 місяці tagasi
  • I wish people would talk more about terraforming Venus, that makes 100X more sense. Mars is dead, Venus is very much alive and kicking, we just need to calm it down a little. And by a little I mean it's still insanely difficult but waaaaay easier then resurrecting a dead planet.

    MrAppleSaladMrAppleSalad3 місяці tagasi
  • Get a bunch of sodium and then pour it on mars and harvest the planet for salt... I'm sure my mom would like that idea

    Ethan BrownEthan Brown3 місяці tagasi
  • Why couldn't they use the solar wind to produce the power?

    reddsterreddster3 місяці tagasi
  • No... an electromagnet in space in the L4 point would not work. Why? Induction motors and Solar sails! What would happen if you bombard an electromagnetic field with energised particles (tiny magnets) and light? You turn the field into a magneto-solar sail, it's the way electrical motors work, the interaction of 2 em fields.

    ihavecojonesihavecojones4 місяці tagasi
  • Me, trying to survive 2020: "WRITE THAT DOWN, WRITE THAT DOWN!"

    Jacob AckerJacob Acker4 місяці tagasi
  • What is the music that starts at 2:39? I have been looking for it for 2 years.

    ParaEwieParaEwie4 місяці tagasi
  • can't they harvest the particles for energy instead of trying to deflect them, or they can harvest part of the particle energy to deflect the rest

    Zhang YaozhongZhang Yaozhong4 місяці tagasi
  • 6:00 - 6:20 reminded me of the time austin was supposed to do an episode on fallout survival but ended up talking about how to get water the entire time

    Quentin HeckQuentin Heck4 місяці tagasi
  • No google drive? no Habanera Carmen? No letter? what is this?

    Stephen FascianiStephen Fasciani4 місяці tagasi
  • aight see yall in 2825 at mars

    TsuvaniTsuvani4 місяці tagasi
  • If the sun is increasing in size so wouldn't it wouldn't it warm up the icecaps on Mars and melt them eventually . So then we would just introduce the fungi and cyanobacteria then.

    Dsync 益 Error 404Dsync 益 Error 4044 місяці tagasi
    • @Edward Teach ohhhhhhhhh you are right.

      Dsync 益 Error 404Dsync 益 Error 4044 місяці tagasi
    • Sure, we just have to wait the 3.7 billion years for the Sun to become a red dwarf! At which point it would swallow the earth whole and burn it to ash, and since it's total energy output hasn't changed much Mars would receive the same amount of energy. Only a lot more of it would be in the form of ionizing radiation.

      Edward TeachEdward Teach4 місяці tagasi
  • 8:20 Hey look IC2 copper

    NotAsianJuanNotAsianJuan4 місяці tagasi
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    Eddie BarronEddie Barron4 місяці tagasi
  • lol make a Dyson sphere first then you do the needed stuff to terraform mars

    Dino's SanboxDino's Sanbox4 місяці tagasi
  • Dr E. Brown at 9:24min :" 1.21 Giga watts ".

    AMVgrow A Marijuana VisionAMVgrow A Marijuana Vision4 місяці tagasi
  • Ptfff. Surviving Mars is easy!

    OG DOOM SlayerOG DOOM Slayer4 місяці tagasi
  • 9:55 that's a joke, son. It went right over ya.

    Joshua HansonJoshua Hanson4 місяці tagasi
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