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The Most Successful Scientific Theory Ever: The Standard Model

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The Standard Model of particle physics is the most successful scientific theory of all time. It describes how everything in the universe is made of 12 different types of matter particles, interacting with three forces, all bound together by a rather special particle called the Higgs boson. It’s the pinnacle of 400 years of science and gives the correct answer to hundreds of thousands of experiments. In this explainer, Cambridge University physicist David Tong recreates the model, piece by piece, to provide some intuition for how the fundamental building blocks of our universe fit together. At the end of the video, he also points out what’s missing from the model and what work is left to do in order to complete the Theory of Everything.

**Correction: At 13'50", the photon should be included with the three fundamental forces. The animation here is incorrect, while the narration is correct.

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Quanta Magazine
Quanta Magazine 11 ヶ月 前
*Read Quanta Magazine's full series on the overlaps of mathematics and physics* at QuantaMagazine.org: www.quantamagazine.org/tag/math-meets-qft/
Marc Elmore
Marc Elmore 8 日 前
String theory's 4D is a "hypersphere" or "space-time". This is a contradiction. There is no 4D "hypersphere" or "space-time" (temporal length/breadth of spatial 3D). That would be 5D. 2D circle ✅ 2D sphere 🚫 contra. 3D circle 🚫 contra. 3D sphere ✅ 4D circle ✅ (see quaternion) 4D sphere 🚫 contra. 5D circle 🚫 contra. 5D sphere ✅ (see hypersphere) Here's my 1D-9D: 3 sets of 3 dimensions; 1D, 2D, 3D are spatial 4D, 5D, 6D are temporal 7D, 8D, 9D are spectral 1D, 4D, 7D line/length/continuous 2D, 5D, 8D width/breadth/emission 3D, 6D, 9D height/depth/absorption So 4D = temporal length of spatial 3D (current reality) And 5D = temporal length/breadth of spatial 3D (space-time)
Seek4Truth
Seek4Truth 8 日 前
Been searching for months to find a video which properly explains what "mass" means in advanced physics documentaries. In high school, we were taught mass shows how much stuff an object hass (apple has more mass than a seed because it has nore nolecules, or atoms or electron and protons and notrons) but for measuring mass we were told to use escales, which shows the wieght. What does it mean proton is heavier than electron? If we had an accurate escal and could put electron and proton inside, would it show a higher number for proton? (Yes) but what does that actually mean? And now, add higgs boson to the mix. What does it do? The problem with physics professors is that they think we have a good understanding of the concept of the mass in advanced physics, whereas what they taught us in school or university, does not help when watching these type of videos. I really appreciate it if you could make a video, and reteach us the concept of mass (vs weight), startibg from very basic to higgs boson. ♥️
Global Communications
Higgs Bosson is basically ''rendering'' so converting universe into graphical vision (Gui) to hide all ''structures'' ''web strings'' and ''wirings'' or lines connected together.. Otherwise it woul dbe for us humans too too problematic to see or how we beings or animals should not need to see..
Mathieu Gauthier
Mathieu Gauthier 11 ヶ月 前
The editing, the narration, everything about this video was great.
Rasmus
Rasmus ヶ月 前
Ghhhhhhh
Natalie Kennedy
Natalie Kennedy ヶ月 前
Good point
Zacorin
Zacorin ヶ月 前
Crap I just shat my nickers. Paw paw is gone light a fire under my booty.
Space Cadet
Space Cadet ヶ月 前
The quality of his video conferencing camera was very poor.
Maurice Schilpp
Maurice Schilpp 11 ヶ月 前
This's by far the most interesting and scientific way to teach about the particles, I have ever seen. I mean I'm an engineer and mostly doing programming, but I like watching science and physics in my free time. That way it was described and animated shows clear knowledge in teaching something hard in easy ways. I will definitely subscribe! Thanks and keep up with this work!
Science Revolution
Science Revolution 3 ヶ月 前
Modem physics is full of mistakes and lies. For example: A hydrogen atom is an atom of the chemical element hydrogen. The electrically neutral atom contains a single positively charged proton and a single negatively charged electron bound to the nucleus by the Coulomb force. Wiki Coulomb Force is 10^39 of gravity. Electron and proton must stick together. There is no force able to separate electron and proton. Therefore all theories based on the standard model are impossible to be correct. All textbook physics are mistakes. Consider the fact that atoms must harder than diamond to make diamonds exist. Therefore atoms must have solid indestructible surface structure. The standard model is total lie. The stars are not fusion reactors. The sun does not emit light into space. Earth light stays within atmosphere. There is no solar wind, Van Allen Belt is a lie, earth has two strong magnetic poles is a lie, tide is caused by moon’s gravity is a lie. You want more, see my videos.
Joseph Nasralla
Joseph Nasralla 3 ヶ月 前
Same bro ! that was nice and i think i will take this and translate to people who dont speak english. in my case to arabic! .
atuhaire job
atuhaire job 8 ヶ月 前
I have a question.
hinxlinx 軒林
hinxlinx 軒林 3 ヶ月 前
04:01 Three Matter Particles 04:44 Neutrino 05:23 Further Copies 05:40 Muon & Tau 05:59 Variations of Quarks 06:12 Muon Neutrino & Tau Neutrino 06:49 Collection of Particles 07:50 The Forces 08:08 Force Associated Particles 08:34 Electromagnetism 08:55 Electric Field 09:17 The Strong Force 10:38 The Weak Force 12:04 Higgs Boson
hinxlinx 軒林
hinxlinx 軒林 21 日 前
@Sebby Answer: For anyone interested to review a certain part.
Sebby
Sebby 21 日 前
Why would anyone need this ever
Mayank
Mayank ヶ月 前
Not needed tbh because the whole video is interesting
cherry🍒
cherry🍒 ヶ月 前
it's indeed an asset. thanks
Logical Reasoning
Logical Reasoning 2 ヶ月 前
Thank you 🙏
ARCIS
ARCIS 10 ヶ月 前
I have watched over 30 videos discussing these particles but this was the only one that left me with a crystal clear understanding. Great work right here!
Stabmorphinehere
same…saved this video as future reference for any book i’m currently reading…
elvenia
elvenia 3 日 前
@draiz I was referring to the title 💀
draiz
draiz 5 日 前
@elvenia I hate when people say shit like this. If you have any scientific literacy, you'd know that to be labeled 'theory', it is rigorously applied and tested. Evolution is fact, yet it is still referred to as the Theory of Evolution. Scientists cannot call it fact despite it being proved and expanded upon time and time again because models on science build on each other.
Captain Zork
Captain Zork 16 日 前
Maybe watching 30 videos beforehand prepared you for this one, though? If so, good job watching so many
Aditya Seth
Aditya Seth ヶ月 前
scientists dont have crystal clear understanding lol
Crodank McGee
Crodank McGee 6 ヶ月 前
I love how physicist will always end explanations with: "... and we have no idea why that is". Even for my course on intro to the universe, I had asked something along the lines of energy dispersion right after the big bang, my prof was able to describe it perfectly, but just ended with: "... but don't ask why, no one knows!".
Omkar Hiremath
Omkar Hiremath 15 日 前
I mean its hard even to explain the most basic things. Even a physist working in HEP finds it hard to explain fundamental things like mass and hence we always say that lol
Mr. Johnson
Mr. Johnson 16 日 前
Science describes how, but it can't answer why. Eventually, it terminates and enters the realm of philosophy/theology.
As H Is H
As H Is H 23 日 前
It’s a far better answer than “because it’s written in the holy book, that’s why”.
Fernando
Fernando 23 日 前
the rabbit hole goes deeper and deeper
G̶r̶i̶m̶m̶Z̶
because knowing their is more to learn is the most exciting part
Alacaster Soi
Alacaster Soi 11 ヶ月 前
Beings living in dark matter clusters: Why the heck is 5% of the universe missing?
Richard Long
Richard Long 14 時間 前
Lol 😂
I killed that beard guy
@ssdfrs ohuiu I am agree with you
I killed that beard guy
Hey wth.. Who left all these cats and dogs together here??
Freedom DIEv
Freedom DIEv 3 ヶ月 前
This is just so awe-inspiring. To think that we humans have unraveled reality to this point and discovered so much about our universe... It's just so surreal. And there is still much more to we have yet to understand. "The culmination of 400 years of science", truly gives me perspective on the effort all the brilliant minds of the past and present have given towards advancing us to the future. I cannot help but respect their drive and curiosity to peel back the layers of reality and see what truly lies beneath. I have nothing but respect to everyone who has contributed and *is* contributing towards our further understanding of the reality we live in. 13:24 and onwards reminded me of a saying I heard before: "It's better to have questions we can't answer than answers we can't question." This mentality of scientists and researchers is just to inspiring. Thank you for all that you people have done to create all the things most of us take for granted today. Having been born in this age of technological advancement is not so bad at all. I'm excited to see what the future will bring towards scientific discovery.
msquareddd
msquareddd 10 ヶ月 前
AHHHHH THIS IS SUCH A MASTERPIECE!!! The way things have been explained is so beginner friendly! Definitely an easy way to get to know and remember all the particles. Everything is so well thought of and it’s so put together. Watching this gives me tingles down my spine. Such a good watch 🥲💕
Ayush Verma
Ayush Verma ヶ月 前
I never understood these fermions and bosons. But thanks to you, i got to know about them more clearly. You are a very great narrator Sir. Not at all disappointed to subscribe. 💕
Adrian Gold
Adrian Gold ヶ月 前
Is it just me that interprets the way that particles work as a miniature universe on it's own ? It's just so fascinating to me
Shovel
Shovel 25 日 前
Hermetic belief: As Above, So Below
GunnerDejavu
GunnerDejavu ヶ月 前
@Adrian Gold 🤣🤣🤣
Adrian Gold
Adrian Gold ヶ月 前
@GunnerDejavu 🤣 could be
GunnerDejavu
GunnerDejavu ヶ月 前
thats the weed
UIM Loki
UIM Loki 11 ヶ月 前
I've heard this topic explained maybe 10 times, but this time it actually made sense, great work!
Gloriously Gifted 🤍
Exactly, it finally clicked.
Treegnome
Treegnome ヶ月 前
Hey man love the vids, I was wondering why I got recommended this video seeing as I haven't watched too many science videos recently, must be because you're here lol. Good stuff anyways
Sumit Thakur
Sumit Thakur 3 ヶ月 前
@Science Revolution hey buddy it seems like u know a lot about science , and i am totally blown up by your theories and observations . are you a scientist yourself ? i would like to know more about scientific theories through your observation . and i hope you make very good videos on these topics in future bursting myths and biases which we have already created by listening and following the theories made by these so called modern era scientists . btw thanks for the new perspective . also you should make podcasts on debates with scientists . keep up the good work buddy👍👍
Science Revolution
Science Revolution 3 ヶ月 前
Top three scientific lies - earth has no tide, no magnetic poles, no Van Allen Belts Newton’s tidal mechanism is wrong Fill water in bath tub, draw a red line to mark the water level. Without touching the water, how can you make water level change? I will use hair blower to heat up the side of the tub, so thermal expansion of the tub will change the red line position. Sunlight circling around earth, heats up landmass. Thermal expansion cause coastal seabed bending. Different size, shape and slop of the bay have different hight of the tides. All scientists are confused. They don’t understand tide is an illusion of sea level rise and fall caused by coastal seabed bending caused by thermal expansion of the landmass caused by sunlight circling the earth. They are also stupid. Rain and snow always falling down at full moon. How can moon’s gravity cause sea water rising 50 feet high? They are also liars. They say moon’s gravity cause two water bulges on earth and earth is moving under the two water bulges at 1000 miles per hour around equator. They are evil. Create false tidal theory, deny fact and control media. Another scientific lie is earth has Van Allen Belts If there are Van Allen Belts protect earth from solar wind, how can we see stars? Why Van Allen Belt not falling to earth? How can earth magnetosphere capture and held electrons and protons from the solar wind? What mechanism? Where are those charged particles in the Van Allen Belts? Are they forming into hydrogen or not? Another scientific lie is earth has two magnetic poles. If earth has magnetic poles why iron is same weight around earth? Magnetic force is decay at distance cube. Iron should be million times heavier at the magnetic poles.
Just Cade
Just Cade ヶ月 前
Fantastic explanation of the most complicated subject known to humanity. I still feel like I don't fully understand it, but I can at least grasp the main parts of it. Quantum scientists are undoubtedly some of the most important and magnificent people in the world, their work is (literally) everything, and they are the ones moving this species forward every single day.
Maurizio Marcon
Maurizio Marcon 11 ヶ月 前
Beautiful and clear explanation. David's passion is evident and contagious. Fantastic video, please keep up like this!
061banyon
061banyon 7 ヶ月 前
This was an excellent summary of the standard model. Clarified some things for me as a high school physics teacher. Much appreciated. Just one question: why not include the antiparticles?
J Diego
J Diego 17 日 前
In fact, most of the 17 particles presented here actually stand for a class of similarly behaved particles which might have opposite signs in some characteristics. This includes electrical charge (which distinguishes quarks and antiquarks), chromodynamic charge and spin chirality (and maybe a few others). Then you could have 12 variations for each quark flavor, but the model is easier to conceptualize if you lump positively-charged clockwise-spin red-charged up quarks together with negatively-charged anticlockwise-spin magenta-charged up antiquarks and the way those variations are treated mathematically makes them less significant than, say, the difference between any of those up (anti)quarks and any down quark.
K B
K B ヶ月 前
Because it is not required. They are already covered. For example, the equation e^{iπ}+1=0 automatically is equivalent to e^{iπ}=-1 One of them contains, "1" the other contains "-1"- that is the sort of antiparticle of "1" Yet the two equations convey the same information- one of them contains the particle, the other contains the antiparticle.
Jacobwo4
Jacobwo4 11 ヶ月 前
I've been trying to get into theoretical physics for a while now, and this is the first video I've seen that really puts it in a way that I can understand
Kanishk Raghuvanshi
Kanishk Raghuvanshi 10 ヶ月 前
Thank you David. I appreciate your efforts in putting things forward in a concise, easier-to-understand manner.
Alper Tekin
Alper Tekin ヶ月 前
This was super accessible and very well narrated. I still get about 3% of it but it is still a fascinating watch. Thx!
Rania's Realm
Rania's Realm 4 ヶ月 前
This is one the most well-made videos I have ever seen. Explained clearly and animated spectacularly. It has left me fascinated and curious. Great job!!
Nebster
Nebster 10 ヶ月 前
I love this video! This was such a clear explanation. I've seen this explanation many times but this is the first time it made this much sense. Thank you
Văn Dũng Lê
Văn Dũng Lê 11 ヶ月 前
Wow, it's David Tong himself. He has a really easy to aproach lecture note on Quantum Field Theory that I appreciate a lot.
Science Revolution
Science Revolution 3 ヶ月 前
Modem physics is full of mistakes and lies. For example: A hydrogen atom is an atom of the chemical element hydrogen. The electrically neutral atom contains a single positively charged proton and a single negatively charged electron bound to the nucleus by the Coulomb force. Wiki Coulomb Force is 10^39 of gravity. Electron and proton must stick together. There is no force able to separate electron and proton. Therefore all theories based on the standard model are impossible to be correct. All textbook physics are mistakes. Consider the fact that atoms must harder than diamond to make diamonds exist. Therefore atoms must have solid indestructible surface structure. The standard model is total lie. The stars are not fusion reactors. The sun does not emit light into space. Earth light stays within atmosphere. There is no solar wind, Van Allen Belt is a lie, earth has two strong magnetic poles is a lie, tide is caused by moon’s gravity is a lie. You want more, see my videos.
The God
The God 10 ヶ月 前
@Captain Price The very fact that any law of physics being compatible with anything shows the success of the discipline. If it weren't for the work of physicists in the beginning of the 20 th century explaining the atom the understanding of the periodic table made chemistry which inturns helped to understand biology more easier. While most of the technology, war , simply all the success of our civilisation in the last 2 century is because nothing other than physics itself. The device u watched this video to wt not..... without physics non of this would be possible that's why most of us consider that physics itself is one of the most important discoveries of human civilisation
Benjamin K
Benjamin K 10 ヶ月 前
@Captain Price My dude. You're gonna have to figure that out for yourself lmao, you can't keep asking me every question you ever have haha. What I will say is this, and this is CRUCIAL life advice that you MUST heed: "Never compare yourself to others, but rather to who you were yesterday." Challenge YOURSELF. Live YOUR life. Help make the world a better place in your OWN way. Don't worry about what others are doing with their lives. Just strive to be better and better every day. That's all that matters in the end.
Benjamin K
Benjamin K 10 ヶ月 前
@Captain Price Don't worry, you will have your hands full
John Barbuto
John Barbuto 9 ヶ月 前
This is the best video I have seen to explain the relationships between these particles and their naming structures. Kudos! I hope there are more where this came from!
Mark E
Mark E 4 ヶ月 前
I'm so thankful that you explained the standard model so well. I can't think of a better way to start my day!
Kun Henriett_93
Kun Henriett_93 2 ヶ月 前
Amazing explanation! I really apreciate how you were able to explain something so complex in a way that it is understandable for average people . Bravo!
Abhinav Dangwal
Abhinav Dangwal 2 ヶ月 前
This was very well communicated. I would love to read more about subatomic particles and forces that describe their interaction.
Barniboy
Barniboy 10 ヶ月 前
Thank you indeed for this excellent presentation ! Although I am not into physics, a sense of rest and reassurance swept thru me during this lecture.
Aastha Thakur
Aastha Thakur 10 ヶ月 前
I got much more interested in studying about the elementary particles and forces after viewing this video. Loved it,its really incredible.
Wildman2012
Wildman2012 8 ヶ月 前
One of the best examinations of this subject I've seen. It will take a few more viewings to let it fully sink in, but that's fine. I have virtually zero math skills, but these ideas have always fascinated me. Great presentation!
Greg Brookman
Greg Brookman 8 ヶ月 前
Definitely the clearest and most well presented video I have seen on this topic. Excellent
Spook
Spook 11 ヶ月 前
Sir, I have never had a clearer understanding of how everything fits so beautifully together till I saw your amazing Video Explanation. I wish they taught like this in schools. Reading it in a physics book doesn't do justice at all!!
Jord Pomeroy
Jord Pomeroy 10 ヶ月 前
I think this is the best physics video I’ve ever seen. Amazing animations, narration and knowledge! Definitely subscribing!
NerdyJock
NerdyJock 3 ヶ月 前
Thank you so much!!! I'm currently doing a 2nd semester in (graduate lvl) QFT (more focused on the SM this time) and this has helped so much! I think we physicists tend to get so detailed at times that we lose sight of the bigger conceptual picture
Cameron's Scotland
Cameron's Scotland 9 ヶ月 前
Great presentation, great content. I first watched David back in 2017, when he gave a presentation on Quantum Fields: The Real Building Blocks of the Universe. This was first class!
Prithvi B
Prithvi B 11 ヶ月 前
One of the best explanations of the Standard Model I've ever seen, keep up the good work Quanta! This channel is invaluable.
neelum ijaz
neelum ijaz 9 ヶ月 前
Thank u so much for such a comprehensive yet easy explanation of the standard model..lots of respect
Akhil George Joseph
Akhil George Joseph 4 ヶ月 前
Amazing way to visualise something that is very complicated. This video is very much illustrative and informative. Thanks to the makers
JCS
JCS 8 ヶ月 前
Extraordinary presentation! The slides, the inflexion of David Tong voice, his ability to present complex issues in a very clear way .... absolutely amazing!
Manuel Acquistapace
Manuel Acquistapace 8 ヶ月 前
I've never watched a video interesting and well edited like this one... Keep up the excellent job!
Prashanth Chari
Prashanth Chari 19 日 前
This isn't just an informational video, it's a visual treat. Thank you for this immense gift.
Faris Hamidi
Faris Hamidi 6 ヶ月 前
Very well explained verbally and visually, thanks for making this!
Matt Pryor
Matt Pryor 3 ヶ月 前
David Tong is a fantastic presenter and explainer. Thank you for this video, it was so enlightening and interesting.
Ajmer Phull
Ajmer Phull 2 ヶ月 前
An amazingly simple demonstration of the most complex subject of physics, perfectly delivered by Mr Tong.
Mickael Bergeron Neron
Wow. I heard quarks, bosons, fermions, etc. so many times in other videos, but it's the first time I see it explained so well and for once I feel I get a fair high level picture of what they do.
Marjon Enriquez
Marjon Enriquez 2 ヶ月 前
Honestly..
Anya Titova
Anya Titova 5 ヶ月 前
Best video on this topic I've seen so far! So well-structured and simple. Thanks!
Pas De MD
Pas De MD 9 ヶ月 前
This helped me gain a much more intuitive understanding of the role of photons in orbital states despite having done very well in my physical chemistry/quantum course in undergrad all those years ago.
Adrian Reda
Adrian Reda 6 ヶ月 前
Thank you so much for this amazing video!! I am a physic curios and I have always struggled with understanding these concepts, but thanks to your explaination and video, this was a little less foggy to me! Thank you!
SHAGUN SHARMA
SHAGUN SHARMA 10 ヶ月 前
What a brilliant explanation with simplified yet astonishing analogies..! 'An extremely deep content presented as a beautiful artwork 👏👏'
Daniel and Daphne Huang
This is one of the best videos that provides a clear picture of the Standard Model of particle physics. Thank you, David Tong!
Science Revolution
Science Revolution 3 ヶ月 前
Modem physics is full of mistakes and lies. For example: A hydrogen atom is an atom of the chemical element hydrogen. The electrically neutral atom contains a single positively charged proton and a single negatively charged electron bound to the nucleus by the Coulomb force. Wiki Coulomb Force is 10^39 of gravity. Electron and proton must stick together. There is no force able to separate electron and proton. Therefore all theories based on the standard model are impossible to be correct. All textbook physics are mistakes. Consider the fact that atoms must harder than diamond to make diamonds exist. Therefore atoms must have solid indestructible surface structure. The standard model is total lie. The stars are not fusion reactors. The sun does not emit light into space. Earth light stays within atmosphere. There is no solar wind, Van Allen Belt is a lie, earth has two strong magnetic poles is a lie, tide is caused by moon’s gravity is a lie. You want more, see my videos.
Liam Ash
Liam Ash 7 ヶ月 前
All 5%of it is da rest is a mystery eh???😆😂😭
Manvi Dikshit
Manvi Dikshit 2 日 前
This is by far the best explication I've ever seen of this topic. Kudos to the whole team! 💫
Niraj Shah
Niraj Shah 11 ヶ月 前
This is perhaps the clearest clearest explanation of Standard Model in layman terms. Great work!
Hideki Night
Hideki Night 18 日 前
Thanks a lot for this incredible video. It is the first time I see such a great and brief explanation of the topic. I study computer science, but I am happy that I can also learn more about the world through such videos.
Vivek Gupta
Vivek Gupta 3 ヶ月 前
Very clearly explaind. Made sense even to a novice like me. Thank you.
Mojtaba Hakimi
Mojtaba Hakimi 11 ヶ月 前
This is a masterpiece. Worthy of a 10 minute standing ovation. Bravo. Bravo.
Edward C
Edward C ヶ月 前
@Science Revolution Ok Ok
Science Revolution
Science Revolution 3 ヶ月 前
Modem physics is full of mistakes and lies. For example: A hydrogen atom is an atom of the chemical element hydrogen. The electrically neutral atom contains a single positively charged proton and a single negatively charged electron bound to the nucleus by the Coulomb force. Wiki Coulomb Force is 10^39 of gravity. Electron and proton must stick together. There is no force able to separate electron and proton. Therefore all theories based on the standard model are impossible to be correct. All textbook physics are mistakes. Consider the fact that atoms must harder than diamond to make diamonds exist. Therefore atoms must have solid indestructible surface structure. The standard model is total lie. The stars are not fusion reactors. The sun does not emit light into space. Earth light stays within atmosphere. There is no solar wind, Van Allen Belt is a lie, earth has two strong magnetic poles is a lie, tide is caused by moon’s gravity is a lie. You want more, see my videos.
Sharona Amadi
Sharona Amadi 4 ヶ月 前
I loved everything about this video! The visuals made so much sense. This needs to be seen by everyone
Biniyam Abraham
Biniyam Abraham 8 ヶ月 前
Thank you, for detailed and understandable presentation for non-physics person. Bravo!
LGH666
LGH666 6 ヶ月 前
This single ~15 min segment is with out a doubt the most cogent high level explaination of the standard model I have ever been expsoed to. Thank you!
Shona Roan
Shona Roan 2 日 前
One of the best videos on the fundamental forces and matter. Thanks for making this theory accessible and explaining it so well
Samsul
Samsul ヶ月 前
An awesome great lecture!! After a long time, found this clear explanation of standard model.
Dominic English
Dominic English 10 ヶ月 前
Brilliantly clear. Thank you for making the effort. Great stuff.
Megan
Megan 10 ヶ月 前
This was explained beautifully! I learned so much from this video😁
Shivansh Jha
Shivansh Jha 2 ヶ月 前
The more I understand it, the more I think how much is it to learn..btw this was a great insight. Thank you Mr. Tong
PrettySiruis
PrettySiruis 9 ヶ月 前
Thank you David Tong! Between this and your RI talk on Quantum Fields, have gained a greater insight into the sub-atomic world than I could ever have hoped for, or deserved, from two JPvid videos.
José Manuel D
José Manuel D 23 日 前
Thank you for this excellent video: such a good explanation and helping graphics! Its amazing how the complexity of the universe can be distilled into such a brief formulae, there is some kind of weird beauty in it!
Nishit Jain
Nishit Jain 6 ヶ月 前
Beautiful video! Hats off for conveying such a difficult topic in such easy and nuanced way!
Aakhya
Aakhya 10 ヶ月 前
This is the best explanation of the standard model I've ever seen 😃
18MEB532Syed Muratib hussain
Nice explanation, using effective visuals. Good work!
Nadav Elmaliah
Nadav Elmaliah ヶ月 前
Best explanation of the Standard Model i have ever heard, made me feel shivers down my spine.. It is so complex yet seems simplistic, everything seems though as it was arranged beautifully together to make a great explanation for everything we currently understand.
Alex
Alex 2 ヶ月 前
Impeccable explanation. Detailed, yet simple to follow. Good job.
Pete Cooper
Pete Cooper ヶ月 前
I'm only halfway through and already I have to comment, what an excellent video! Such a clear way of explaining this super complex subject. Well done & thank you! (Now I have to watch the second half!)
spnyp33
spnyp33 3 ヶ月 前
This presentation was superb. I wish material like this was available while I was studying physics in college.
Astha Jhawar
Astha Jhawar 28 日 前
Best way to learn complicated theories with such animation in a simple way. Great efforts
Zakir Ali Khan
Zakir Ali Khan 4 ヶ月 前
The most momentarily PRECISE explanation of "The Theory of EVERYTHING" I'd watched till the date.(Sir ! Thank you so much for the researchs and your efforts & to make the world educate about the importance of Physics.)
racekarts
racekarts ヶ月 前
Really really great explanation of the standard model, excellent visuals and animation, thank you
pickle pile
pickle pile 3 ヶ月 前
this was an amazing video. as a kid i always wondered what gravity was made of and no teacher would give me a satisfactory answer. on my own i decided it must be some sort of particle, because it has a physical effect on other particles but i assumed it was just emmitted from atoms, so greater mass would mean stronger gravity?
mackeans mayowe
mackeans mayowe 18 時間 前
Yup! This is the closest I've ever gotten in understanding theoretical physics. Think I got about 2%. That's awesome
Ross F
Ross F ヶ月 前
This video is fantastic. Thank you for giving a layman like myself a better understanding of such a complex area of physics!
geanina vasile
geanina vasile 2 ヶ月 前
Excellent , thank you for taking your time to make this video and share it with us!
Hawthorne Hill Nature Preserve
This was an outstanding video! So well presented and edited. It was one of the most thorough and easy to understand than any other video out there on the Standard Model. Thank you 🙏
Karsten Solberg
Karsten Solberg 8 ヶ月 前
The best explanation of the Standard Model I have seen so far - thanks!
Marie Curie
Marie Curie 2 ヶ月 前
Thank you so much! This was the most interesting and at the same time beautiful physics video I have ever seen!
 Brahmchaari
Brahmchaari 3 ヶ月 前
The first time ever I understood what the standard model is. Thank you! 😊
gerard harrison
gerard harrison 3 ヶ月 前
This was a VERY, VERY HELPFUL video. You simplified complex ideas beautifully. Thank you.
Sanket Relkar
Sanket Relkar 4 ヶ月 前
Beautiful and most understandable explanation of Standard Model I have ever heard ! THANKS
Hannes R.
Hannes R. 5 ヶ月 前
I agree with most of the other comments. I have seen lots of great videos covering this topic already and yet this one stands out. Great introduction/overview to the topic.
Prastut Dhakal
Prastut Dhakal 10 ヶ月 前
I am currently in grade XII.. and this channel is so so so much helpful to know about physics ..thanks a lot for giving us such content at free of cost❤️❤️
Max Jacoby
Max Jacoby ヶ月 前
Where are you from? Most countries have only 10 grades/years in schools and everything after that is higher education.
Anirban Chakraborty
Anirban Chakraborty 11 ヶ月 前
One of the best explanations on the standard model ❤️
Priyabrata Dash
Priyabrata Dash 11 ヶ月 前
Quite comprehensive video presentation on standard model of particle physics, the building blocks. The visuals are very simple and made it easy for us to have a good catch on this topic. Standard model is a prime step towrds understanding " The Theory of Everything" . Scientists must conduct more research on this topic .
vedimido
vedimido 8 ヶ月 前
finally a concise and clear explanation of the Standard Model!! Thank you ever so much!!!!
Atiq Rahman
Atiq Rahman 3 ヶ月 前
Great lecture about details of particle physics. Great,but so difficult to understand this by a non- physicist.
elektrosvijet
elektrosvijet 6 ヶ月 前
WOW thank you so much. This is the best explanation of The Standard Model I ever watched and everything makes so much sense to me now. I wrote it down in my smartphone so I don't ever forget the true nature of everything :)
Dr. Desmond Brown
Dr. Desmond Brown 6 ヶ月 前
oh God, I just love this. Thanks man for the great job. This was all I needed to clear out my career path and research. 🙏🙏🙏
Dave Combs
Dave Combs ヶ月 前
This is the clearest explanation I've ever heard about the various parts of the Standard Model, and tied together bits that I for some reason didn't realize (for example, I always thought about six quarks, not 3 generations of 2 like the 3 generations of electrons or neutrinos). Bravo!
Gerry E
Gerry E ヶ月 前
This is fantastic. I have a question about antimatter? Other explanations of the standard model say that there is a mirror particle for each of these.
Mehmet Sabri
Mehmet Sabri 8 ヶ月 前
What a wonderful presentation of the subject. Thank you for this scientific artwork.
FDS Dynamo
FDS Dynamo 10 ヶ月 前
Yes! This! Fabulously explained. Every time I tried to understand Standard Model with them in the box form, I felt lost afterwards. But this spherical 3D presentation make it way better.... Imma take a screenshot of that and make it my desktop wallpaper. So everytime I'll look at it, it'll remind me of this beautifully constructed explanation of Standard Model. I've already watched this vid 3 times, and each time I watch it again, I feel like my neuron's be firing with even grater speed. Tnx for yet another Braingasm.
Mickey
Mickey 11 ヶ月 前
Great job of the visuals on this video, they are both aesthetically pleasing and lend clarity to the ideas discussed. You've illuminated something this dumb artist has been wondering about since high school physics class.
AK
AK ヶ月 前
I've never been this offended by someone calling themselves dumb!
Divine Nkwati
Divine Nkwati 10 ヶ月 前
Awesome! I love the presentation very much. Very clear and precise
Millicent Wood
Millicent Wood 10 ヶ月 前
Just wanted to say thank you for making such an understandable video. The visuals really helped.
Chinmay K
Chinmay K 7 ヶ月 前
Such an excellent video! Captivating animations and lucid explanations... Fills me with more curiosity!
mohammad khalid
mohammad khalid 3 ヶ月 前
You are a great teacher as you summarized and simplified a very important and complicated equation 👏
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