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Bizarre Radioactive fluorescence inside the nuclear reactor

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discover the phenomenon of the bizarre radioactive fluorescence inside the nuclear reactor during the thermonuclear reaction from up close and find out why such a phenomenon occurs Find out new facts about Chernobyl, nuclear radiation and how the nuclear reactor and nuclear power plant is working to produce nuclear energy Note: The video was created in educational purposes, according to the fair use law. Note for YouTube: License Certificate This document certifies the purchase of the MUSIC STANDARD LICENSE Licensor's Author Username: EvgenyBardyuzhaMusic Item Title: Experimental Ambient Chill Electronica Item URL: Item ID: 22493993 For any queries related to this document or license please contact Envato Support via Envato Pty Ltd (ABN 11 119 159 741) PO Box 16122, Collins Street West, VIC 8007, Australia
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SagittariusCrux (5 months ago)
Stupid question but what would happen if you were in the water when these things started up?
Felipe Ranieri (1 day ago)
Not sure during the start up. But after the reactor is running, as long as you don't touch the rods (keep yourself a few meters away) you'll be safe inside the water pool. Water itself works as a shield and will filter out most of the harmful radiation before it reaches you out.
XaHyMaH (5 days ago)
You get wet. Your C.O.
Flaming Olives Matter Too (8 days ago)
These are research university reactors so very little even if you were close
jeremy biadora (9 days ago)
Its good too swim much saver then your local pool
Mat Madara (23 hours ago)
move faster than the speed of light? i need clarity
Syed Zahirul Islam (1 day ago)
very scary !!!
DED[]PERDED 777 (6 days ago)
3.6 roentgens, not good, not bad)
Timi Dutta (7 days ago)
God don't make this blessing a curse for the world
BattleshipAgincourt (10 days ago)
2:00 a nuclear reactor doesn’t literally engage like that, and it cannot be shut down in an instant either. Or am I mistaken? Also the water shields people from the radiation, but doesn’t the entire pool become irritated?
Padrastro (13 days ago)
El efecto cherenkov
cedric alexander (19 days ago)
Its not possible to move faster than the speed of light
Nils Kucharik (20 days ago)
I have a question.The reactor is open,so the steam it produces mustgo up in the place where all the people were standing or is the water around the reactor heated and then pumped into another room where it produces steam and is it the preassure inside the reactor buiöding that keeps the water from not boilingbat 300° Thank you for the answer in advance
FuriousMich (20 days ago)
The Blue light of death
Dr Deuteron (21 days ago)
Cherenkov light is NOT FLUORESCENCE!!!!! The physics is totally different.
Sujitsagoo Sagoo (27 days ago)
Nothing travels faster than speed of light.
Lea Kaderova (7 days ago)
Thats relative.
James Quinney (28 days ago)
You didn’t see graphite cause it isn’t there
Paweł Mrozek (1 month ago)
In 3:58 when you told that due the nuclear reaction electrons moves faster than a speed of light. This is important to mention that this is speed of light in the water. Because generalny nothing moves faster than light.
a completely normal human (1 month ago)
3:48 they really should have used more words to explain this because it implies that nuclear reactors make tachyons
Sven Olderaan (1 month ago)
The narration talks about power generation, even though it isn't even a power reactor, but a one for research. And its cherenkov radiation what you are seeing, not fluorescence xD
brad clematis (1 month ago)
Will me matching this blue light on YouTube hurt my eyes ?
Rosana Marina Borgonove Restani Machado de Moraes (1 month ago)
Trenzy Entertainment (1 month ago)
That's informative...
hassen khaled (1 month ago)
2:38 waw it is unblievable ...😮😮😮
Azmi Raul (1 month ago)
It's like I'm playing half life.. :)
Brian D (1 month ago)
I Wikipedia-ed Cherenkov Effect (radiation). The charged particles, such as the electron mentioned, move faster IN WATER than light moves IN WATER. Light slows down as it passes through a medium (water/glass), apparently at the start of a reaction the electrons "win the race" with photons ... in water. How that causes a blue glow... I'm not there yet. lol
hassen khaled (1 month ago)
Ok my friend
Brian D (1 month ago)
@hassen khaled that's beyond my understanding.
hassen khaled (1 month ago)
i have a question plz : the nuclear raction ( fission ) how long it takes ? secondes ? minutes ? before cooling it
TheKnightDrag0n (1 month ago)
Thar ominose glow.
Shane Ward (1 month ago)
Cherenkov effect is really quite beautiful
Da Ro (1 month ago)
Pitch Trump in that water what color he turns when they pull him after a week☺️😊🙄😬🤓🤓😬
Da Ro (1 month ago)
No wonder the water turn's blue but is neat
fate_f30 (1 month ago)
You probably wouldn't want to jump in that water.
der8ecker (1 month ago)
How tf should electrons move fester than the Speed of Light?! Thats impossible...
der8ecker (1 month ago)
@llDarkFlowll Oh okay. Thanks
llDarkFlowll (1 month ago)
they forgot to says in water.
FDS (1 month ago)
although this may look almost alien, and very scary, it is fully understood and very safe.
kopirak kilju (1 month ago)
What if you would fell in it while starting up
Auto5k (1 month ago)
If there's enough water between you and the core, you'll get wet, that's about it.
Dinil Dinesh P (1 month ago)
Mürsel UZ (1 month ago)
Buram buram ışıma yapıyor.kamerada bile belli ufak tefek beyazlanmalar var küçük küçük.Kanser riski içerir. Renginin güzel oldanmasına aldanmamak lazım
Blade 3243 (1 month ago)
That’s not a thermonuclear reaction
mad ass (2 months ago)
The coal and oil isnt dangerous for 100'000 yrs
Alvaro Garavito (2 months ago)
3:56 "move faster than the speed of light" wait, what?
llDarkFlowll (1 month ago)
They forgot to says in water.
Dreamiie (2 months ago)
This makes me fuckin flinch with genuine fear and I’m not even there
Fubar : (2 months ago)
Not something you get to see in life , but it’s real , didn’t know that the reactor would have this blue light when operating . At first I thought this is a fake .....
Fortuna Fortuna (2 months ago)
Faster then a speed of light???????? WTF?
Meltdown (2 months ago)
Welcome to the era of cold fusion
Reto Ware (2 months ago)
Cherenkov effect : Water glowing Dyatlov effect : Meltdown. Not great not terrible
summer joy (2 months ago)
very interesting to watch
Franz Kiefer (2 months ago)
how can they just stand there and look inside the core without getting absolutely lambasted with radiation?
Rocky Bettas (2 months ago)
Just thinking about all the technology that goes behind this is mind boggling
ghostlylover99123 (2 months ago)
That colour is perfectly normal
Korg Electribe (2 months ago)
Si on pouvait mettre des mini réacteur nucléaire dans chaque voiture, ça serait carrément cool le délire 😂
Danny Devito (2 months ago)
1:57 loks like a transformers scene lol fascinating
Vas Biliychuk (2 months ago)
That’s very cool and all but Tony Stark was able to build it in a cave with a box of scraps you know
Janny Bug (2 months ago)
Watching this makes my teeth hurt.
Axiom Anarcho (2 months ago)
See this outside of water and become like cecil kelley water acts as a good gamma ray shield because of the hydrogen
Bob Smithies (2 months ago)
Is this how a Warp Drive works ?
Nomnom Groz (2 months ago)
Bitte das nächste mal korrekt erklären :). Das Blaue Licht kommt durch sich schnell bewegende Elektronen zu Stande. Bsp. Betastrahlung. Sie ist aber nicht schneller als das Licht! Des Rätsels Lösung ist: Das Licht bewegt sich im Wasser ca 50K langsamer. Die Elektronen sind schneller aber immer noch langsamer als Licht Geschwindigkeit. Das ist das Pardon zum Überschallkegel in dem ein Objekt schneller ist als die Schall Geschwindigkeit.
Nomnom Groz (2 months ago)
Huw? ,,Electrons faster than Speed of light cause Blue Ligh‘‘ No way?!
Green King (3 months ago)
Who’s here Because of Chernobyl
XplanePilotMaste r (3 months ago)
We in 2 years the chances of another nuclear disaster such as Chernobyl will be doubled! In 12 years we will be overdue! That’s some scary crap right there.
Dave ffs (3 months ago)
OOOoooooohh, so that's why Dr Manhattan glows that lovely shade of blue.
Scott Crabtree (3 months ago)
Very cool looking, but you do not ever want to see that blue light, outside of those pools of water.....
mjuneoginn (3 months ago)
gfx starr (3 months ago)
Not great not terrible
Mark Jankowski (3 months ago)
They said the Blu glow is from an a particle moving faster than the speed of light. Nothing moves faster than light. I call bullshit on this video. The Blu glow happens when an electronic hits an oxygen atom. It is absorbed and a photon is released.
Mark Jankowski (3 months ago)
Ø (3 months ago)
Nope. You can go faster than the speed of light IN WATER.
Aidan Gargasz (3 months ago)
If you think about it nuclear power plants are just glorified fans. It’s like “wow your using a highly dangerous turn a fan.”
Bob Smithies (2 months ago)
Kettles imo
Improvisational Biologist (3 months ago)
What is up with the music? I kind of wanted to hear the humming of the reaction but there's stupid trap music playing lol. Still a cool video though.
bigdmac33 (3 months ago)
It's ok to hold my tablet while watching this? I mean I won't get contaminated or anything? Will I?
bigdmac33 (2 months ago)
@Bob Smithies Ok, done. But now how am I going to go to the crapper without rendering myself IMPOTENT?? 😱
Bob Smithies (2 months ago)
You must immediately flush your tablet down the toilet. NOW quick.
Glenn Carstens-Peters (3 months ago)
Just came to read Chernobyl comments 😂
Wesley Woodard (3 months ago)
How is this cheaper than solar or wind? This is incredibly time and resource taxing. That’s nuts.
Auto5k (1 month ago)
Wind turbines and solar panels produce way less electricity than nuclear plants, it would be way more expensive to build and maintain a solar or wind turbine grid that has a comparable energy output than a single nuclear reactor, and it would take way more space too.
vaijogarcoco ilha (3 months ago)
Hamoudi (3 months ago)
The light you can see is nothing but particles move faster than the speed of light. This is possible because the speed of light is decreased in water compared to the speed of light in Air. This has nothing to do with fluorescence by the way, it's electromagnetic radiation.
Austin Schmidt (3 months ago)
1:13 *pellets but ok...
ShiroiKage009 (3 months ago)
The particles don't move faster than the speed of light. They move faster than the speed of light *inside a particular medium* like water in this instance. You cannot exceed the speed of light in a vacuum.
Hypern0vaX (3 months ago)
Its not a start of thermonuclear reaction, its a start of fission reaction
DJ 3ncoder (3 months ago)
" electron move faster than the speed of light." ??? No. Nothing can move faster than the speed of light.
DJ 3ncoder (1 month ago)
@Auto5k did not know that :O awesome!
Auto5k (1 month ago)
Depends in what medium you are, in water, the speed of light is about 80% that of the speed of light in a vacuum, making it possible for a particle in water to go faster.
Michele Fantinato (3 months ago)
It tastes metal®
rohit patwa (3 months ago)
3:57 move faster then light?? But Einstein says nothing moves faster than the speed of light
Rico G (3 months ago)
This is incredibly interesting....and simultaneously scarry. Its completely dangerous but uselefull at the same time. There are not many things like this.
Sir Chome (3 months ago)
This beats fear and respect into me...
Gawie Nel (3 months ago)
Not thermonuclear. That would be fusion. This is fission. We cannot do fusion yet, except in explosive devices...
Wonder Breed (3 months ago)
Bryukhanov, the air is glowing.
Stanislas Rodier (3 months ago)
Yeh i usually go to work in the nuclear plant with my thermonuclear car that goes faster than the speed of light due to the cherenkov effect PS : No seriously wtf 🙄
Magnibus (3 months ago)
Water can get radiopolluted right ?
Dario Eufrausino (3 months ago)
Cherenkov radiation ✌️✌️🇯🇵🇯🇵🇰🇷🇰🇷
Don (3 months ago)
A person who published this material has no idea what he is talking about... a lot of bullshits. 1) SPEED OF LIGHT...BUT IN WATER!!! 2) CHERENKOV RADIATION, NOT FLUORESCENCE!!!... 3) FISSION, not thermonuclear reaction!!
Don (3 months ago)
A lot of comments regarding HBO serial :) We had 1.21 Gigawatts for so long time :) Now we can add to the short list a new movie phenomena - 3.6 Roentgen :D Not Great Scott, not terrible :P
Don (3 months ago)
Interesting is that blue color tell our brain that it doesn't have to be good thing for our bodies (not natural), that it's beautiful but the source may be dangerous and we produce those blue sport drinks :P full of preservatives by the way. so there is something about it :P
Jannah M (3 months ago)
paulanderson79 (3 months ago)
Thermonuclear reaction? How,?
Bane Knezevic (3 months ago)
Correct me if im wrong but according to relativity NOTHING LITERALLY NOTHING can move faster than the speed of light.
Don (2 months ago)
@Bob Smithies but what ?
Bob Smithies (2 months ago)
@Don you wrong
Don (2 months ago)
@Bob Smithies no, why?
Bob Smithies (2 months ago)
@Don - I think you are referring to sound.
Don (3 months ago)
it can.... for example light in atmosphere or in space can run faster than light in water.
shashi kant (3 months ago)
At 5:38, faster than speed of light? You kidding me.
Don (3 months ago)
@shashi kant I think the easiest way is to build big spaceships (money from all countries) and just throw used nuclear fuel out of space. Of course the rockets must leave our solar system. SpaceX , Nasa, etc can really build those rockets relatively cheap in near futre
shashi kant (3 months ago)
@Don thanks, Don. I feel nuclear fuel will be huge problem on earth in next centuries. This plant will be doomed if something is not thought of now. What's your opinion?
Don (3 months ago)
in water. This is what happens when someone makes video about topic he has no idea....
Idealists (4 months ago)
It's kinda cool how Godzilla has the same blue glow on his spines when he charges up, and his atomic breath is that same color, neat.
brinbrin62 62200 (4 months ago)
3:58 - ... moves faster than the speed of light... NO !
Jason Baumgartner (4 months ago)
Why did I see graphite on the roof? Graphite is only found in the core, where it's used as a—neutron flux moderator. Correct?
Asensio Rodriguez (4 months ago)
She said that the blue glow is emitted when a charged particle moves faster than the speed of light. I thought Einstein theorized that nothing could move faster than the speed of light. How therefore is this possible.
MrFrognet (4 months ago)
Asensio Rodriguez because light in water is slower than in a vacuum
TOM PIPPS (4 months ago)
Caio Guedes (4 months ago)
How particles can come out of the reactor vessel if it is sealed? I understand that the water we see in the video is not the same water that pass through the reactor fuel bars.
Auto5k (1 month ago)
In this video you only see research reactors, they are not made to produce electricity, that's why it is possible to directly film the core of them, the cores are usually deep in a open pool of water, that would not be the same for a commercial reactor
Barry Manilowa (4 months ago)
0:49 Thank god they use MacBook Pros instead of Windows.
Vlatko Pzsoniak (4 months ago)
Nuclear is the best energie source. The problem is the enormous ignorance of people, and thus, easy to manipulate by greenpeace, etc. If were by ecologists, we would be in the cavern age.
Sonac (4 months ago)
This video is full of bullshit. This is NOT a thermonuclear reaction. Thermonuclear reactions are the result of fusion not fission. And its neither bizarre nor florescence. Its Chernikov radiation its not florescent... go to the Wikipedia page on Chernikov radiation and it literally says it's not florescent. This video is built on utter false information and 0 fact checking. I highly recommend people don't believe a word that comes out of this channel.
BickieDitch (4 months ago)
" *whoa* "
Jokus Pokus (4 months ago)
K K (4 months ago)
I was electrocuted by a live wire when I was young. I told everyone when I was six what a beautiful blue I saw. No one believed me. They do now lol!!!
K K (1 month ago)
@Auto5k yes heart stopped and then was revived
Auto5k (1 month ago)
I'm nitpicking really but electrocuted would mean that you would have died :)
Sonac (4 months ago)
This is Chernikov radiation that causes the blue glow. An electrical wire could never make Chernikov radiation. In fact if it did, then you have a bigger problem than just your wire. And electrocuted means you died. You got an electric shock and it wouldn't have caused any kind of light as a result of conducting though your body. It might have sparked if it touched some metal which might have looked blue. Believe me i'm an electrician and have received shocks many times. It's not a big deal. Stop spreading misinformation.
Jake Grist (4 months ago)
Very annoying music. I turned it off two minutes in.
Liam (4 months ago)