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The Surprising Secret of Synchronization

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How does order spontaneously arise out of chaos? This video is sponsored by Kiwico - go to www.kiwico.com/Veritasium50 for 50% off your first month of any crate.

An enormous thanks to Prof. Steven Strogatz - this video would not have been possible without him. Much of the script-writing was inspired and informed by his wonderful book Sync, and his 2004 TED talk. He is a giant in this field, and has literally written the book on chaos, complexity, and synchronization. It was hard to find a paper in this field that Steven (or one of his students) didn't contribute to. His Podcast "The Joy of X" is wonderful - please listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts www.quantamagazine.org/tag/th...

Nicky Case's Amazing Firefly Interactive - ncase.me/fireflies

Great Kuramoto Model Interactive - www.complexity-explorables.or...

References:

Strogatz, S. H. (2012). Sync: How order emerges from chaos in the universe, nature, and daily life. Hachette UK. - ve42.co/Sync

Strogatz, S. H. (2000). From Kuramoto to Crawford: exploring the onset of synchronization in populations of coupled oscillators. Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, 143(1-4), 1-20. - ve42.co/Strogatz2000

Goldsztein, G. H., Nadeau, A. N., & Strogatz, S. H. (2021). Synchronization of clocks and metronomes: A perturbation analysis based on multiple timescales. Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 31(2), 023109. - ve42.co/Goldsztein

The Broughton Suspension Bridge and the Resonance Disaster - ve42.co/Broughton

Bennett, M., Schatz, M. F., Rockwood, H., & Wiesenfeld, K. (2002). Huygens's clocks. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 458(2019), 563-579. - ve42.co/Bennett2002

Pantaleone, J. (2002). Synchronization of metronomes. American Journal of Physics, 70(10), 992-1000. - ve42.co/Pantaleone2002

Kuramoto, Y. (1975). Self-entrainment of a population of coupled non-linear oscillators. In International symposium on mathematical problems in theoretical physics (pp. 420-422). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. -- ve42.co/Kuramoto1975

Great video by Minute Earth about Tidal Locking and the Moon - ve42.co/MinuteEarth

Strogatz, S. H., Abrams, D. M., McRobie, A., Eckhardt, B., & Ott, E. (2005). Crowd synchrony on the Millennium Bridge. Nature, 438(7064), 43-44. - ve42.co/Strogatz2005

Zhabotinsky, A. M. (2007). Belousov-zhabotinsky reaction. Scholarpedia, 2(9), 1435. - ve42.co/Zhabotinsky2007

Flavio H Fenton et al. (2008) Cardiac arrhythmia. Scholarpedia, 3(7):1665. - ve42.co/Cardiac

Cherry, E. M., & Fenton, F. H. (2008). Visualization of spiral and scroll waves in simulated and experimental cardiac tissue. New Journal of Physics, 10(12), 125016. - ve42.co/Cherry2008

Tyson, J. J. (1994). What everyone should know about the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction. In Frontiers in mathematical biology (pp. 569-587). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. - ve42.co/Tyson1994

Winfree, A. T. (2001). The geometry of biological time (Vol. 12). Springer Science & Business Media. - ve42.co/Winfree2001

Special thanks to Patreon supporters: Mac Malkawi, Oleksii Leonov, Michael Schneider, Jim Osmun, Tyson McDowell, Ludovic Robillard, jim buckmaster, fanime96, Juan Benet, Ruslan Khroma, Robert Blum, Richard Sundvall, Lee Redden, Vincent, Lyvann Ferrusca, Alfred Wallace, Arjun Chakroborty, Joar Wandborg, Clayton Greenwell, Pindex, Michael Krugman, Cy 'kkm' K'Nelson, Sam Lutfi, Ron Neal

Written by Derek Muller and Petr Lebedev
Animation by Fabio Albertelli and Jakub Misiek
Simulations and 3D Animation by Jonny Hyman
Filmed by Derek Muller and Raquel Nuno
Edited by Derek Muller
Additional video supplied by Getty Images
Thumbnail by Ignat Berbeci

More footage from NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio

100 metronome video from www.youtube.com/watch?v=suxu1...

Intro animation by Jorge Cham

Thanks for the BZ footage from SteinbockGroup: www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJn1s... and
NileRed jpvid.net/video/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-LL3kVtc-4vY.html

Animation of waves in the heart from The Virtual Heart/ EM Cherry/ FH Fenton - ve42.co/Cardiac and ve42.co/Cherry2008

Chemical materials and protocol provided by Mike Morris and the UCI Chemistry Outreach Program www.chem.uci.edu/~jsnowick/ou...

Thanks to Alie Ward for title/thumbnail consultation
Thanks to Dr Juliette Becker and Dr James O'Donoghue for the planetary science help

Music from Jonny Hyman, Epidemic Sound epidemicsound.com "Seaweed" "Deeper Than The Ocean" "Ripple Effect"
Music also from Artlist artlist.com "Children of Mystery"

Thumbnail by Ignat Berbeci

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Alen Kolar
Alen Kolar 13 時間 前
Synchronization is underrated by far! :)
Y Y
Y Y 21 時間 前
Fascinating, what can I say. Nature never fails to amaze us. I was smiling through out the whole video.
RidderRowan
RidderRowan 日 前
Gekoloniseerd 😶
TR P
TR P 日 前
God is the only explanation
KolllegeBleifuss
Easily one of the best channels on JPvid
Rizki Altariz
Rizki Altariz 2 日 前
I hope my metronome sync with me rather than I sync with them.
Steve McDonald
Steve McDonald 2 日 前
The bridge crossers might have been in step matching the sway of the bridge to make it easier to walk??
Scamdemic political virus
There is only order in nature and what you called the disorder is your misinterpretation
Omar Smith
Omar Smith 3 日 前
Professor Strogatz is the kind of person who could explain phenomena of the natural world in a way that is clear and interesting enough to make it accessible to anyone.
Tech Guide Blog
Tech Guide Blog 3 日 前
God
Macedonian Etymology
... the earth doesn't lock up to the sun
A Z
A Z 4 日 前
The order should make people think about if science was created by something smarter than you in the first place
Hunt Club
Hunt Club 4 日 前
Don't put your kids in videos. Not worth it
MixeDreamZ
MixeDreamZ 4 日 前
That last sentence should have been at the end of a novel !!
dror ben uliel
dror ben uliel 4 日 前
This was hell interesting
gary richardson
gary richardson 5 日 前
Equal but opposite steps should cancel out, but, human error, or inherent need for normalcy, unifies the resonance, there by increasing the oscillation. Therefore, it can be postulated that the angle of the dangle, is in direct response to the beat of the feet. Ha ha ha !
Xenia Parker
Xenia Parker 5 日 前
i really liked this video's guest. thank you, professor strogatz, listening to you was extremely interesting!
徐尉淳
徐尉淳 6 日 前
This is amazing! But how is synchronization compatible with the second law of thermodynamic?
Whats Abawss
Whats Abawss 7 日 前
Jesus puts everything in ORDER !
trump sucks
trump sucks 7 日 前
nature and science ROCKS!!
Anuja Nimesh
Anuja Nimesh 7 日 前
read it wrong and thought you were about to talk about synchronicity, thank god you're not
yolo yo
yolo yo 8 日 前
11:34 so why our earth does not sync with the sun?
mohsen NY
mohsen NY 8 日 前
I heard something years ago about two people who cuddle/hug each others for a long time, their heartbeats sync. Is this also a thing or is it a myth?
Benedict
Benedict 8 日 前
Little nudges in aggregate going the same way encourage the incongruous nudges to follow the majority
Zuzana Ulrichová
Awesome work, the best science lessons 👍
Ryan Hoffmann
Ryan Hoffmann 8 日 前
Does anybody ever notice something similar to this when you are sitting behind multiple cars stopped in a turn lane at night? The random directionals will sync up every ten seconds or so. I tend to get entranced by this if I'm sitting there for a long time. Maybe I'm just weird.
Attila Gyurakovics
The part where the hungarians were clapping, we actually have a cultural thing with synchronized clapping at shows, I think it's about signaling the perfomer to start the show or to come back for an encore. It could be a case of that.
Dream_Junior
Dream_Junior 9 日 前
Omg power of anime in rl power of friendship and sinc
Kurt Cunningham
Kurt Cunningham 9 日 前
I noticed this as a kid when I'm in a car with my parents and it's two cars in front of us turning left and the turn signals would sync
preformingmonkey
I wonder how the spiral patterns/ colour transitions tie in with psychadelics
Timothy Nadreau
Timothy Nadreau 9 日 前
This is my favorite movie you have produced. I watched it with my kids got home, and showed it to my Econ class the next day, describing how it reminded me of Hayek's theory of spontaneous order. Excellent work!
Bhargava G
Bhargava G 10 日 前
Nature is beautiful :D
California Monster
Carl Jung puts things in order A prophet of the Lord
Mariam Vlogs
Mariam Vlogs 10 日 前
Pacemaker cells in our heart work on the same mechanism
Theresa Hemminger
This seems to contradict entropy-nature inducing order across a broad spectrum, not disorder. I’m sure the law of entropy is correct but I’d like to know how synchronization fits in.
Nicolas Roy
Nicolas Roy 10 日 前
first time ive experienced the firefly Synchronization was while I was on L in my forest and i swear their light in the night made it look like the maxtrix's scene in the street where Neo saw all the green vertical lines of codes above walking people.
Roen
Roen 11 日 前
and the golden ratio.......... perhaps there is a God?
DHEERAJ SHARMA
DHEERAJ SHARMA 11 日 前
This amazed me. i loved watching this.
Music
Music 11 日 前
Nice to know someone know what theory means.
Crusty Camper
Crusty Camper 11 日 前
I was on that bridge on the original opening day, but I can't see myself ! Then Voldemort destroyed it.
Royal Kingdom Commando
Oh Lord, you are amazing! Your works are beyond my comprehension!
Amy Crunch
Amy Crunch 12 日 前
'Chaos' is simply something you can't understand.
Robert Higgins
Robert Higgins 12 日 前
The answer to the question at 0:31 is God.
Milos
Milos 12 日 前
10:09. Those people clapping gave me goosebumps.
Actor Michael B. Patrick
P H Y S I C S
eukaryon
eukaryon 12 日 前
Cool! That explains why I saw an entire tree full of fireflies blinking all at once, in New England.
Haojun Mei
Haojun Mei 13 日 前
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fiending
fiending 13 日 前
15:18 when people are walking that close together, they usually look downwards to see where the legs of the person in front of them are, so they won't kick or step on them. This causes people to take steps in sync with the person in front of them. When a person in front of you steps forward with their right leg, their left leg is left behind and will be in your way if you try to step forward with your left leg. So you will decide to step forward with your left leg when the person in front of you steps forward with their left leg so you can walk at the same speed without kicking them
Martin Major
Martin Major 13 日 前
They just discover the perpetual movement with that bridge. Edit: i like that your sponsor is and educational building game for kids instead of a dumb pay-to-win game.
Matthew Lambermon-Southam
19:22 absolutely, it's what I immediately try to do when learning something new. As I'm taking the information in, it's immediately being compared to and merged into a streaming simulation, testing where it fits in, how it interacts with individual components of preexisting systems and then integrated into the hierarchy. I wouldn't feel comfortable even repeating something until I can reliably recreate it's interactively in the grand system with ease.
J
J 13 日 前
The people on the bridge were probably compensating their walk with the sway of the bridge, making the sway worse and making more people catching their balance more and more and more.. Thus, the bridge was poorly engineered to begin with.
Baby Cat
Baby Cat 13 日 前
The present shoulder fittingly fix because adjustment arguably fax per a sleepy jacket. neat, annoying doll
Nomit
Nomit 13 日 前
You're the only one making stuff like this super interesting. Amazing!
Samsung Ultra
Samsung Ultra 14 日 前
8 ads in 20 min
Comfortable
Comfortable 14 日 前
I suspect that many 'contemporary scientists' haven't been taught DOE or Design of Experiment at their university.
Comfortable
Comfortable 14 日 前
The physicist, about the bridge. If only he was an epidemiologist. Doctors make poor epidemiologists as you have to be math person or physicist. Stu from Down Under, PhD in Applied Mathematics. BSc in Applied Mathematics. BSc in Physics, MA in Physics. Just sayin', I'm 62 and seen it all.
Dee Dee
Dee Dee 14 日 前
The world runs on vibrations.
Kyle Mcgregor
Kyle Mcgregor 14 日 前
Wasn't they walking at the same resinent frequency ov the bridge
jimmytea1
jimmytea1 14 日 前
I really struggle with the concept of disorder. Seems more logical that there is order in everything, but we are just too stupid to understand the pattern.
purpleblake
purpleblake 14 日 前
whats really interesting is if you look at the metronomes = individual minds the platform = social media/youtube/twitch The cans = recomendation algorythm then you get influence. Any body else have random algorythm / mind syc or even new subscription vid sync with your own thoughts. Do recomendation algorythms need some kind of dampening disipator to decouple minds.
abdel loukan
abdel loukan 15 日 前
lol,b there is no chaos in the universe everything is in sync, this is a strong case for a creator a designer a builder
Sam Sen
Sam Sen 15 日 前
11:44
Sam Sen
Sam Sen 15 日 前
Very interesting. Thanks for the upload.
Beta Fish Jeremy
Beta Fish Jeremy 16 日 前
I've experienced the clap synce first hand and then I pm purpose changed my speed to throw it back off. This wasnt as big of a scale but you can force the change easily. Same concept as walking out of step on purpose
Adrienne Patterson
The walls of Jericho come to mind
salty droid
salty droid 16 日 前
its sorcery
Kelly
Kelly 16 日 前
The blinkers at intersections: "No, I don't think I will."
kun xaii
kun xaii 16 日 前
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mika rocke
mika rocke 16 日 前
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Mike Staub
Mike Staub 16 日 前
Is this how quantum time crystals work?
WKNW
WKNW 17 日 前
I appreciate how passionate Prof. Strogatz is about this
Petar Gigov
Petar Gigov 17 日 前
Synchronization is one of the laws of space
VancouverVortex
VancouverVortex 17 日 前
Why is this delivered like talking to first graders? Oh it’s American. Yawn.
Brent Hire
Brent Hire 17 日 前
Brilliant expose. Thank you for your generosity. Can you recommend other sources of research in this area. What about human biological systems? Why do women living in the same house tend to synchronize menstruation? Are there other examples related to the physical body, mind and emotions?
Chris HP
Chris HP 17 日 前
The demonic ring compatibly bare because part peripherally detect sans a simplistic football. married, pastoral muscle
Ava Home
Ava Home 17 日 前
Chaos is normal.
Totes Hilar
Totes Hilar 17 日 前
I guess this synchronicity explains how you get so many retarded democrats in one place, where as the right are clearly adept at individual thought, hence demonstrating the break step effect by not crashing the bridge of society.
Nullius in verba
Nullius in verba 17 日 前
Women who live together synchronize their menstrual cycles. Also, if a stallion is put near a mare who is not in estrus (heat), she will short-cycle and change her cycle to come into estrus a bit earlier.
Terra Nova Rubacha
I can't find any good proof if the women's menstrual cycle thing. Please toss some my way if you have it. Thanks :)
SHUBHAM WADHAWAN
SHUBHAM WADHAWAN 17 日 前
"How can you figure out the properties of the Whole, given the properties of the parts." AMAZING LINE , THIS LINE HAS SURELY A CONTRIBUTION TO THE TODAYS NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS .... ***CLIMATE CHANGE***
Jean
Jean 18 日 前
Very interesting video, but there's a bug : When you tell us about this spectacle in Budapest in which everybody applause at the same time, this is not a spontaneous fortuity happening . At the end of opera, theatre, classical concerts or spectacles, it is in use in Europe that when people loved the show, the clap their hands at the same frequency after the artists had salute their public to ask them to come back . If it's a concert, most of the times the musicians come back and sing another song . If it's an opera, the dancers and singers come back to salute their public once again . Sometimes the public do it again and again, and some times the artist accept to play this "game" . In French it's called: "un rappel", which means "a calling back" . Opera singers are proud to say that they had 2, 3 or more "rappels" because that means that specators really loved their performance very much . As you can see this synchronization is spontaneous, but it's a comon code that all spectators know, nothing to do with spontaneous fortuity . Thanks for this interesting video .
Joonas Puuppo
Joonas Puuppo 5 日 前
@Szabu This is actually quite a difficult question to answer. As someone who has many times as an audience member experienced that transition from applause to synchronized clapping I'm temped to say that yes it's an intentional thing that I choose to go along with once I hear it happening. But I've never really considered what causes the transition to happen. Like, who starts it?
Szabu
Szabu 9 日 前
Waaaaaaaaaaaait a second. So do some people INTENTIONALLY synchronize the claps when this happens to signal a call back? I always assumed it's the same as for me. After a while clapping with enthusiasm, I get tired but it still feels impolite to stop, so I just go autopilot and make my motions in sync with sound, just like how people listening to music while walking tend to walk to the rhythm.
Jean
Jean 12 日 前
Yeah @Adrienne Patterson, that's right 😃 💖💖💖
Adrienne Patterson
So like... asking for love... receiving.... then giving again....🙏💖🙏
Haryaseba K
Haryaseba K 18 日 前
underlining 18:50 👍
le flamant rose fpv
If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration." Nikola Tesla" ;)
Norbert Adam
Norbert Adam 18 日 前
Terminator Movie, KI online ok, Almo in the ass, a nice Day after. Great new science, klatsch, klatsch Playboy Gunter Sachs direction?
Matt Trafton
Matt Trafton 18 日 前
No, no. It was God's WILL that the bridge sway.😂😆😂. Science sure explains a.lot. When will the religious grow up and let go of their invisible friends.
Mix Newton
Mix Newton 18 日 前
it's also fantastic to remember that all our 100 billion brain cell synchronize and form consciousness and other wonderful stuff
t k
t k 18 日 前
the chemical reaction waves also look like the ufo that was in the sky on the west coast
Chilled Carrot
Chilled Carrot 18 日 前
Eyyy Nile red my guy 14:00
Ivan Jukic
Ivan Jukic 18 日 前
Is collective mind final result of synchronization- is synchronization eternal process in nature and human society?
Wayne the Brain
Wayne the Brain 18 日 前
Infinite monkeys simplified 🧐
Thomas Dillon
Thomas Dillon 18 日 前
People in New York walk in a synchronous step with each other. It's really something to observe.
rubberduck
rubberduck 18 日 前
This demonstration of metronoms is a fail. Place the plate with metronoms on a few spheres and it woudn´t work. If you store the energy in one system, this will be the forcing power, not the little single ones. In this case it´s no syncronisation in between of the single systems. It´s triggered or forced by one power. Same timing is just a result.
5095 Saravanan K
5095 Saravanan K 18 日 前
Mexican wave classical example
Chris
Chris 18 日 前
all individuals pieces are just following the path of least resistance, problem solved
CaptainBlue777
CaptainBlue777 18 日 前
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ satisfaction.
judahdaneshtaol
judahdaneshtaol 19 日 前
There is a prayer you say on the Sabbath in Judaism when resting from the days of creation- "There was chaos, then order, then harmony."
Black Ice
Black Ice 19 日 前
Asch conformity experiment, even metronomes go with the flo.
Marc McClelland
Marc McClelland 19 日 前
This video was really neat, and got me to thinking about when I ran cross-country in high school. To move up in placement, I'd simply focus on a person ahead of me (but not the next closest/direct). My body would then naturally adjust my pace, to reach that individual, passing those between us, and I'd find I would naturally fall in behind them, my pace and steps syncing to theirs. Then, I'd repeat and focus on a new individual farther ahead, and the process would repeat as long as I had the endurance/stamina.
Artisan restorations
Every time I see these videos on my feed I have to psych myself up watched them They really are just amazing !! well done truly glorious.
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