RT Podcast #214

Rooster Teeth Podcast: RT Podcast #214

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  • IBCedrola FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 years ago

    Damn coming back to this podcast again and listening to Burnie's speech, inspirational stuff

  • switzDesign

    3 years ago

    joel is painfully awkward - so much cringe

  • MisterHats

    3 years ago

    I'm behind on the podcasts and just listened to this one. At the end, they're talking about people with extra chromosomes (at about 1:44:00). I have Kleinfelter's syndrome, so my chromosomes are XXY. As a result I have lower muscle mass, higher risk of moobs, I shot up from 5'7" to 6'2" in freshman year of highschool and have since grown to 6'4", my knees are terrible and dislocate often (knee braces are a constant), and I shoot blanks. As far as I and my doctor are concerned, I am nothing other than male. I've no other insight on the topic.

  • PonceTebowie FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Zetsuboushita

    3 years ago

    Joel's Bac 'o bits story explains why he seems to never age; all that sodium preserved him.

  • LEGOEPIC

    3 years ago

    that was beautiful burnie *sniff* beautiful.

  • BrandonGobre

    4 years ago

    I know it is late, but there is actually a company that sends various kinds of animal shit to addresses as a joke, you obviously fell victim to one of their several animal products.

  • BrandonGobre

    4 years ago

    I think that Silver is a better investment than Gold, and i ALSO believe that negative gold/silver is a very dumb idea. Joel, If you want to message me on here, i would love to hear your ideas on silver.

  • BrandonGobre

    4 years ago

    I personally think that silver is a better investment opportunity that gold. Joel, If you want to message me on here, I would like your opinion on that subject.

  • rjp4ever

    4 years ago

    Burnie Burns should be a freakin' motivational speaker!

  • xXJustinJXx

    4 years ago

    whoo edible fleshlight

  • tucker0993 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 years ago

    Please, please, PLEASE do a Starcraft Lets Play

  • KawiiJordan

    4 years ago

    Burnie should be president.

  • Olqaz

    4 years ago

    If Burnie ran for President, I'd definitely vote for him.
    That speech was beautiful.

  • Orbaku FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 years ago

    Burnie's speech was the best speech ever... of all time.

  • IrishChurch FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 years ago

    Hey RT community my tweet that was about saying classy that the guys were talking about death I was only kidding and im happy that the guys on the podcast accepted my apology and over 900 RT community members. Again im sorry I did tweet that I should've put *sarcasm* in the tweet to let them know I was being funny and just kidding.

  • MarksNutt FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 years ago

    32:48 Love the speech Burnie! You are totally right. I've been saying stuff like that all the time, but of course no one takes me seriously. Everyone freaking out because of their emotions taking over, making crazy decisions, and giving into those crazy illogical emotions is the goal of terrorists.

  • ChristianLo3

    4 years ago

    If anyone is interested on the physics topic that happend at ' 70:00', they were talking heisenberg's uncertainty principle. Gus is correct with his statement ' you can know a particles postion, or velocity, but you can not know both'. This topic is a small introduction into quantum mechanics, because you can describe elections as oscillating wave packets. There is a lot of quantum mechanics involved in describing these wave packets, but there is a nice "Minute Physics" that discribes the basic principle. www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vc-Uvp3vwg

  • CanadianCrim FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 years ago

    I love when Joel gets mad at Burnie for calling him out on the potato bar. And you can watch Joel just get darker, and darker red.

  • chris1111

    4 years ago

    that gorilla poop looks like cookie dough, but gus did say it smelled lol

  • GramCracker3

    4 years ago

    so to gavins question about can people with both sexual organs, can they reproduce with themself. I am pretty sure they can't most of the time they are sterile and can't reproduce at all. Also with reproducing with yourself, that would lead to a child with many problems, while developing most likely the child would misformed parts to it. Its like with dogs if a breeder breeds dogs that are very closely related this can lead to many problems in getting ancestral diseases etc. also the body would probably end up rejecting the baby, just because of natural selection, since the child would have no variation when the egg and sperm combine it would not be favourable

  • RoosterAdam

    4 years ago

    Gorilla poop sandwiched between two pieces of the finest wet bread.

  • Silfir FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 years ago

    Why a human can't have both functional reproductive systems: All humans develop as female in the womb first. The Y chromosome develops later and the ovaries of the fetus descend and become testicles, while the clitoris becomes the penis. To have both sets, you would have to have 4 ovaries and 2... clitori? As a fetus, a single human body doesn't have the room for.

  • chris1111

    4 years ago

    burnies probably right. theoretically if you have to use more force to compress other forces then mass will go up. F = M * A. simplest formula but it shows that force and mass are proportionally related

    • chris1111

      4 years ago

      I don't know much about physics, but i'm validating burnies point based off simple principles

    • chris1111

      4 years ago

      the question in discussion is if compressing energy would make things more massive.

      Work = force * distance therefore Work = M/a * distance. Therefore is you add energy the mass goes up, because again mass and work are proportional

      mass is only conserved in a closed system. but obviously you wouldn't be in a closed system if you are adding more energy to compress against things like forces of gravity.

    • TrajenCraciu

      4 years ago

      You can't add mass the formula is used to calculate force from a given mass if you add forces to forces A would increase not M. (Law of conservation of mass) Although it is possible to get mass from energy using E=MC^2 but it would take a lot of energy.

  • chris1111

    4 years ago

    standard oil was broken down into several companies after anti-monopoly legislation took effect. oil companies have been merging since then forming companies like exxon-mobile

  • TylerJMcP

    4 years ago

    Wait 35,000 sq. ft... Ryan can finally have a desk... But that sofa does look comfortable.

  • 1Threshold1

    4 years ago

    Hell yeah Burnie/Joel - agree wholeheartedly about not changing anything because of an "attack".
    Joel really hit the nail on the head for me "it doesn't matter, you're not gonna stop us". That's what I've been saying almost verbatim, but in my mind, it goes one step further;
    America is just the right amount of self-centered. I don't mean for that to sound bad, but it's true. Same thing Joel said, but in other words;

    Americans individually had our own set of problems before the "attack", we still have those same problems after the attack. Don't get me wrong - it's a horrible thing for the families of the injured and others who were directly affected. Overall though, for the rest of us who aren't connected and know it only from the news; Sorry, life goes on. Bills still have to be paid, coffee still has to be made, car repairs have to be made, and so on and so forth...

    This isn't a slight against any of our own involved...it's just a point that some need to be reminded of; We barely give a shit about each other, at times, you really think we're gonna stop what we're doing to give a shit about this? Sorry, no.

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    Post edited 4/22/13 8:43PM

  • rottenapples FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold GivMeJuice

    4 years ago

    Dal chemical: we're only fucking you a little bit XD

  • AlexJHicks FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 years ago

    Someone should make a video of just Burnie's fear speech.

  • EFEC_Sabre

    4 years ago

    I am unhappy I can't hear this, I have an Ear Infection that causes sound to be muffled. Stupid Nature.

  • Pro_face14

    4 years ago

    Want an explanation for the poop? there is a website called Poopsenders.com that send out poop as a practical joke

  • Steelkite91

    4 years ago

    Dear God, it's been forever since Joel was on a podcast@!

  • tralpaz1

    4 years ago

    they should do a dayz lets play with the entire office on one server

  • CptObvious1994 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Thanks, Captain Obvious

    4 years ago

    I will not look up Daniel Radcliffe penis. I will not look up Daniel Radcliffe penis. I will not ruin my childhood.

  • jmccaff

    4 years ago

    Suggestion for the Let's Play channel: It'd be really cool to see more people from around the company be included in the weekly VS videos.

  • sensorybag

    4 years ago

    What about the west explosion in Texas? Does anyone know about that.

  • Spectrum122 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 years ago

    When Gus was advertising I laughed so hard when Burnie was messing with his bobble head on screen. i'm surprised Gus didn't notice and bitch him out smiley4.gif

  • lethalmoose

    4 years ago

    Thank you Burnie, for sharing some thoughts on the Boston conflict. I'm glad to see that I'm not the only one that doesn't love seeing prolonged publicity of these events.

  • Nyx72

    4 years ago

    Black holes ARE NOT DUE TO DENSITY OR MASS

    anything can become a black hole
    the issue is, for example with the earth, i get pulled down towards the centre of the earth, but im also being pull to the sides because some of the mass is to the left and right of me

    now, when i crush the earth smaller, more and more of the mass becomes closer to each other, meaning that the force of gravity becomes more and more focused on a single region

    there hits a limit when the force is strong enough (towards the centre) that light cant go through (for the earth, its if i crush it to about the size of a pea)

    at this point, the black hole forms. Inside, the force of gravity continues to crush the object smaller and smaller, and possibly into a singularity,

    • Nyx72

      4 years ago

      an event horizon exists because as one gets close enough, the bounding angles in the objects "field of view" gets larger, meaning the amount of mass required to pull it in decreases

      this means that you get a range in how uniform the acceleration vector can be, and it doesnt need to be fully uniform

      the event horizon exists as when you pass through it, you hit the limit from which the escape velocity vector's magnitude exceeds that of the velocity of light in a vaccum (the smaller the initial mass, the smaller the event horizon is because one must be closer in order to have enough of the mass pull you towards it compared to any mean motion you may have)

    • TrajenCraciu

      4 years ago

      www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDxFjq-scvU this also talks about it in the very beginning.

    • TrajenCraciu

      4 years ago

      The density quote was taken from your original post I never said that but if what you are saying is correct and black holes are formed because of an alignment of forces to a single point then why would there be an event horizon? It wouldn't make sense because if the object was in a vacuum with no other masses to exert an opposing gravitational force the vectors would all be aligned to the singularity and they would remain unaltered in their direction to the singularity for all of space and the black hole would be infinite the black hole is caused by the force of the gravity not its direction. To explain it another way if you had two vectors of gravity, one accelerating at twice the speed of the other, now if i were to take that smaller vector that was traveling in the complete opposite direction and totally reverse it it would add 50% to the of the original force to itself making it 150% of what it was earlier when compared to a decrease in radius the force change is miniscule by comparison. By reducing the radius the Fg of the object increases exponentially because you are reducing by the number squared in the denominator. I understand what you are saying but the reason a celestial object becomes classified as a black hole is because, and solely because, its radius has decreased to the point where the escape velocity is greater than the speed of light. www.youtube.com/watch?v=pf0D8A0jRiY this talkes a little about that concept .

    • Nyx72

      4 years ago

      uh dude

      density is the main thing since that directly plays a role in my initial arguement

      when analyzing stellar objects we assume that its density is relatively normal for what we are talking about (you wont find a jupiter-like planet the size of the sun because at that point it would collapse on itself to form a jupiter-sized planet of typical density)

      The mass and direction come into play when you start looking at the gravitational force that acts against the kinetic (and grav. potential) energy of whatever particle/object/w/e. Given a large supergiant (one that can and will collapse eventually into a black hole):

      It has equatorial diameter d. If we divide that into thirds (labelled A, B, C from left to right), and look at each "third" of the star (of course, volume-wise, the centre "third" has more mass), an object (such as the earth, with 0 initial velocity) will be pulled directly towards the center third, but will also (since the angle from the earth to each edge of the star is considerably large at a reasonable distance away, x) be pulled towards either sides of the star

      If we separate those diagonal force vectors into a horizontal (not towards, not away from star) and a vertical (towards star), there will be some force not directing the earth towards the star (about 2cos(theta) times the force vector where theta is the angle created by lines joining the edges of the earth to the edges of the star).

      Now if we compress the mass of the star so that its diameter is halved, and divide THIS diameter into "thirds", we get a more unified angle compared to the distance from the star

      that means more of the acceleration vector (if i called it a velocity vector above, my bad) will be towards the sun rather than horizontal or "tangental" to it

      ill try and find a link to a paper i was reading that provided that example... it has a better way of explaining it

    • TrajenCraciu

      4 years ago

      I do see your point and as i said that does help but the classification of black hole is based solely on the escape velocity formula which states that the escape velocity increases as you come closer to the source of gravity since the gravity is based off of proximity and mass it stands to reason that so long as mass is great enough it can overcome the size of the object that proves that the direction is not crucial because if an object the size of earth had enough mass the escape velocity will be greater than the speed of light and would be a black hole it is all about the strength of the gravity towards the center of gravity even if the center is spread it can still be a black hole it just needs to have a strong enough orbit the point where the escape velocity is greater than the speed of light is called the event horizon so any object smaller than the event horizon with the same density is technically a black hole although the majority of black holes collapse into a singularity the event horizon is the absolute max volume for that entity to be a black hole, with that said event horizons can be huge which means that the theoretical black hole could still be classified as such at a volume that equals the event horizon. So its all about the escape velocity formula and while direction plays a part it isnt the key part my real issue with your statement was and i quote "Black holes ARE NOT DUE TO DENSITY OR MASS" and that is exactly what it is based on

    • Nyx72

      4 years ago

      but density is intrinsically tied with the direction of the gravitational force: the more dense an object is, the more unified its force vector is towards it

      something that has a mass of earth, but is the size of the sun (i think its like 1.3 million times less dense) compared to the same mass in the size of a pea: well as the size of the sun, the mass pulls you in various directions, but as a pea, all of earth's mass is pulling in one direction towards a more unified point

      if you only look at gravity as a proportion of mass, a black hole i create out of a supergiant has the same mass as the star it used to be (right before collapse), but as density increases, the vector of the gravitational force (and the acceleration towards the star) becomes more towards the centre (particles on the extreme edges are closer to the centre in the black hole compared to the particles on the extreme edges of the star, which btw do pull towards themselves rather than to the centre of the star)

    • TrajenCraciu

      4 years ago

      well not to be combative but I don't think so you are describing force based on unified vectors but in reality it is about a decrease in radius you could have a star that is enormous (bigger than anything that exists currently) and its black hole radius could be the size of earth the fact that that is possible proves it is a matter of density (relation of mass over volume) and not in fact directionality of force I keep bringing back radius and radius is a component of volume and since the formula has mass over radius it is basically (not purely) density.

    • Nyx72

      4 years ago

      i have a feeling were talking about the same thing but in a different way...

    • TrajenCraciu

      4 years ago

      you can turn anything into a black hole by reducing its radius the radius is squared in the denominator of the force of gravity equation meaning that a reduction of the radius between the two objects allows for unaccounted for forces when compared to the object at full size. The concentrations of the forces does, without a doubt, cause an increase in the force felt but it pales in comparison to the exponentially increasing force caused by a decrease in radius. A black hole is classified based on the escape velocity formula the main variable in that formula is radius.

    • Nyx72

      4 years ago

      but you can turn anything into a black hole as long as your force vector in any particular direction is high enough that light cant escape it

      the reason only stars become black holes is because the gravity acting on them (after overpowering the outward force from the nuclear reactions) facilitates the compression

      over time, as the mass is being condensed into a small and smaller volume, the force of gravity towards that object becomes more and more uniform until it is equal to or greater than the opposite (i dont know what energy form, but probably not kinetic) force of the light beam travelling away

    • TrajenCraciu

      4 years ago

      This isn't accurate it is due to the radius and mass a condensed object is considered a "black hole" when the escape velocity of an object caught in its gravity is greater than the speed of light it also has to do with the squared radius in the denominator of the gravitational force equation

    • Nyx72

      4 years ago

      as a note, the point im making is black holes are due to Direction of force

  • JesseFranz10

    4 years ago

    My favorite thing of the week is the podcast. But they really need to bring Joel and Geoff back.

  • aliciahyphenjo FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Disney Bound

    4 years ago

    Can Gus, Gavin, Joel, and Burnie be on all of the pod cast from now on?

  • TrajenCraciu

    4 years ago

    I recently attended a lecture of physics gravitational force is calculated by the formula Fg= G m1 m2/r^2 black holes m1 is constant but the R value is much smaller meaning the fg is much larger that dictates the strength the term black hole is derived from the escape velocity formula of gravity (too long to write) but it basically comes down to when the velocity needed to combat the gravity is greater than that of light meaning nothing can escape it (besides hawking radiation which is more complicated.) Hope that helped i tried not to sound conceited i know you get assholes a lot.

    • TrajenCraciu

      4 years ago

      Also the speed of gravity (shout out to an older podcast) is determined by the speed of a graviton, the fundamental force involving gravity, the speed of a graviton is equal to the speed of light since it is massless so in short the "speed of gravity" is the speed of light.

  • PerfectDark

    4 years ago

    Go daddy =/

  • NoahHall1

    4 years ago

    No gavin or google this week? D:

  • PR0MAN1

    4 years ago

    Have a walking dead spoiler cast

  • EmoGit

    4 years ago

    RoosterTeeth - It's like Machinima.. but with guns!

  • chris1111

    4 years ago

    RT put the internet box pdcast on the let's play channel

  • chris1111

    4 years ago

    i hate when people say you can't have 110%

  • cheames

    4 years ago

    Please guys.. please stop talking about science.

  • Hotshot0402

    4 years ago

    Talking about the bacon bits I really think I should stop eating them at school.

  • pandacannon

    4 years ago

    Wow Burnie is such a great guy. Very inspirational bloke smiley0.gif