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  • Publicado em 29 Abr 2018
  • There's a concept called "Slow TV", championed by Norwegian broadcaster NRK, that emphasises long, unedited, contemplative journeys. Well, I've been snowed under with planning and editing some big projects, so for this week's video we're doing Slow TV with a video even less conventional than last week's.
    Thanks to Barry from My Virgin Kitchen - go see him cook and test three different garlic breads here: brclip.com/video/jYPYbIO9BLE/video.html - and to Steve from Random Aerospace, www.randomengineering.co.uk/Ra... ! Pull down the description for more details.
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Comentários • 13 222

  • Tom Scott
    Tom Scott  4 anos atrás +30460

    "Hey, Tom, you've gained loads of new subscribers and the BRclip algorithm loves you! What are you going to do to make the most of... uh... right. Never mind."

  • IndigoTaco
    IndigoTaco 2 anos atrás +7731

    The amount of times I have, in the past 2 years, fallen asleep on youtube and woken up halfway through this video is astonishing.

    • Ethan Logan
      Ethan Logan 13 dias atrás

      At least once a week

    • Suborbital
      Suborbital 13 dias atrás

      good morning from someone waking up to this video for the millionth time as well!

    • Gustav Lindberg
      Gustav Lindberg 18 dias atrás

      OMG RIGHT this and the billion video, its over a dozen times each easily

    • JOHN DOE
      JOHN DOE 25 dias atrás

      I have been summoned here once again in my slumber, brother

    • Tjaldelama
      Tjaldelama 27 dias atrás

      The amount of times I have looked over on my second monitor and realized I have been watching this for like 20 minutes is.. sad -.-

  • Jen Brown
    Jen Brown 9 meses atrás +610

    Me, several times a week, mostly asleep “what’s that sound?” To myself: “oh it’s probably just the garlic bread,” and back to dreamland. I have no idea how this video starts or ends. I am grateful to the garlic bread for being the white noise that drowns out the heart-wrenching sound of my asthmatic cat snoring at my head every night.

    • Aaron
      Aaron 4 dias atrás

      @2013 Subaru Wrx sti
      .

    • Jacob Wiersma
      Jacob Wiersma 12 dias atrás

      me toooo

    • citobhus
      citobhus 19 dias atrás +1

      Ahha wait whattt. That just happened to me. I fell asleep for like 30 minutes and woke up to this video.

    • 10NBLR
      10NBLR 20 dias atrás +3

      The exact same thing happens to me. Every time I fall asleep to BRclip, it's uncanny

    • Ryan S
      Ryan S 24 dias atrás +6

      BRclip: "looks like he fell asleep. Queue up the garlic bread vid"

  • Garry's Mod addict
    Garry's Mod addict 10 meses atrás +219

    the people who watched the full 2 hours of this without pause or sleep, you have earned the award of Garlic Bread Enjoyer

  • Vonriel
    Vonriel 7 meses atrás +86

    If you haven't done it before, I recommend slowly tabbing through frame by frame starting at 1:52:18 for about 4 seconds or so, using the . and , keys. You get to see the balloon bursting in the footage framed against the sun, it looks really cool.

    • dckrell
      dckrell 6 dias atrás

      @Autarch past space ship remainings

    • Autarch
      Autarch 7 dias atrás

      @dckrell What actually is said 'space trash' actually made up of?

    • dckrell
      dckrell Mês atrás +7

      @Amani Sun simple: space trash

    • Amani Sun
      Amani Sun Mês atrás +2

      What are white lines in the sky @ 1:52:19 👀👀👀👀

  • Jonas Clark
    Jonas Clark 9 meses atrás +50

    And waddya know-- you can see the curvature of the earth. Cue flat-earthers writing off Tom Scott as "in on it." Honestly, this footage is just plain cool, sending something small to this altitude *with a camera* and getting it back. And being able to consume it.

    • Jonas Clark
      Jonas Clark 26 dias atrás

      @Alain Portant That's fine, but it is there, in this and in many, many other videos. Other people have sent GoPros up on weather balloons and such, without any fisheye lens.

    • Alain Portant
      Alain Portant 26 dias atrás

      I don't see no curvature personally

  • Kevin Luo
    Kevin Luo Anos atrás +17427

    0:11 To the edge of space!
    0:40 Data visible
    0:43 Height of tallest tree: 115.7 m (redwood named hyperion)
    0:45 Drone flight limit in the US and Europe: 120 m
    3:23 Coldest temp below stratus clouds: 10.6
    3:37 Height of tallest building, Burj Khalifa: 828 m
    4:20 Highest free solo, Alex Honnold (El capitan, 1000m)
    5:00 Space shuttle 20 seconds after launch: 1244 m
    6:40 Denver, Colorado (mile high city, 1600 m)
    7:55 Temp starts dropping from high of 12.5
    10:00 Altitude sickness starts: 2500 m
    11:50-20:10 Snow leopard habitat: 3000-5400 m
    16:00 Tsar Bomba detonation height (most powerful nuclear weapon ever): 4.2 km
    16:40 Daocheng Yading Airport in Tibet, highest airport: 4,411 m
    17:30 Larry Walters flies on patio chair and 45 helium-filled weather balloons to 4,600 m
    19:05 Highest inhabited place, La Rinconada in the Andes mountains: 5,100 m
    21:00 Highest insects: bumble bees on Mount Everest at 5,600 m +
    23:05 Temp drops below 0
    23:50 Highest plant, moss on Mount Everest: 6480 m
    24:30 Highest altitude driven to by car (modified Suzuki Samurai): 6,688 m
    24:40 Highest animal, Himalayan jumping spiders on Mount Everest. Feeds on insects blown up from lower down: 6700 m
    28:00 David Blaine ascension height: 7590 m (24,900 ft)
    28:12 Highest survived jump without parachute, Luke Aikins: 7620 m (25,000 ft)
    32:21 Mount Everest: 8,848 m
    37:20 Mauna Kea height from base: 10,210 m (4,207 m above sea level)
    38:40 Cruising altitude of commercial airplanes: 10,600 m
    40:00 Typical thunderstorm height (cumulonimbus cloud), border between troposphere and stratosphere (tropopause): 11,000m
    40:00 Mariana Trench depth: 11,034 m
    40:50 Victorian scientists break manned balloon record on 5 September 1862, barely surviving: 11,270m
    40:55 Highest flying birds, Rüppell's vulture: 11,300 m
    42:00 Space shuttle 60 seconds after launch: 11,617 m
    44:00 Kola Superdeep Borehole, deepest artificial point on Earth: 12,262 m
    44:44 Highest helicopter flight: 12,442 m
    50:59 William Rankin survives fall through a cumulonimbus thunderstorm cloud: 14,300 m
    53:45 - 1:24:10 Polar stratospheric clouds: 15 - 25 km
    53:45 - 1:37:30 Ozone layer: 15 - 30 km
    1:06:35 Armstrong limit: low air pressure causes water (and bodily fluids) to boil at the temperature of the human body: 19,200 m
    1:06:40 Lowest temp: -27.5
    1:13:00 Highest h0t-air-balloon flight: 21,290 m
    1:17:30 Tallest thunderstorms: 22,800 m (around equator)
    1:18:40 Perlan 2 glider, highest unpowered fixed-wing aircraft: 23,200 m
    1:26:40 SR-71, highest military air-breathing engine airplane flight: 25,929 m
    1:27:00 Olympus Mons- shield volcano on Mars, tallest planetary mountain in solar system: 26 km above plains, 21,287 m above datum
    1:29:00 Mount St. Helens 1980 eruption ash plume height: 27,000 m
    1:37:40 Thickness of earth's crust under England: 30,000 m
    1:41:15 Space shuttle 100 seconds after launch: 31,412 m
    1:48:35 Temp rises above 0
    1:52:13 Balloon Burst: 35.8 km
    1:52:44 High temp: 5.5
    1:54:20 Temp drops below 0
    2:14:45 Lowest Temp: -39.7
    2:24:35 Temp rises past 0
    2:30:00 Highest Temp: 30.3
    2:35:40 Lid closes
    2:36:10 Re-enters stratus clouds
    2:37:00 Descends below stratus clouds
    2:39:00 Landing
    Air pressure:
    0:15 1 atm
    3:45 0.9 atm (at 883 m, 10% of the atmosphere is below you)
    9:30 0.75 atm (at 2371 m, 25% of the atmosphere is below you)
    20:25 0.5 atm (at 5500 m, 50% of the atmosphere is below you)
    37:40 0.25 atm (at 10,320 m, 75% of the atmosphere is below you)
    57:05 0.1 atm (at 16,124 m, 90% of the atmosphere is below you)
    1:09:10 0.05 atm (at 20,000 m, 95% of the atmosphere is below you)
    1:40:10 0.01 atm (at 31,000 m, 99% of the atmosphere is below you. Similar pressure to the surface of Mars where the Ingenuity helicopter flew)
    Not achieved:
    - Estimated ash plume height of 1883 Krakatoa eruption: 36 km
    - Red Sprites: 40 - 90 km
    - Highest jump and helium balloon flight, Alan Eustace: 41.425 km
    - Marathon length: 42.195 km
    - Estimated ash plume height of 1815 Tambora eruption: 43 km
    - Border between stratosphere and mesosphere: 50 km
    - Weather balloon record: 53.0 km
    - Helium balloons deployed on venus during 1985 Vega missions: 54 km
    - Noctilucent clouds: 76 - 85 km
    - Meteors burn up: 76 - 100 km
    - Kármán Line as defined by NASA and USAF: 80km (edge of space, you are officially an astronaut above it)
    - Kármán Line as defined by the FAI: 100 km (theoretical aircraft limit)
    - Aurora: 80 - 640 km
    - Border between mesosphere and thermosphere: 85 km
    - X-15 flight record: 107.8 km
    - ISS orbit: 350 km
    - Exosphere: 600 km - 10,000 km
    - Landsat 8 orbit height: 705 km
    - Earth radius: 6371 km
    - GPS Satellites: 20,200 km
    - Geostationary orbit: 42,164 km
    - Moon: 385,000 km

    • Hakan
      Hakan 4 dias atrás

      @Shubham Tariyal just for fun
      And Bering a nice person

    • Shubham Tariyal
      Shubham Tariyal 6 dias atrás

      tell me the motivation behind this detailed report

    • TheEloquentEye
      TheEloquentEye 10 dias atrás

      @ar9av Yes, yes it is.

    • Helix Jump main
      Helix Jump main 11 dias atrás

      … nerd

    • NotCorbin
      NotCorbin 16 dias atrás

      Bro your insane and very smart How did u have the time to do this

  • Alkeralex Exists
    Alkeralex Exists Mês atrás +13

    You can actually hear that as the garlic bread leaves the atmosphere and reaches levels with less and less air, the sound becomes harder for the camera to pick up and the footage gets quieter until the camera and bread rapidly begins falling once the balloon bursts from the uneven air pressure and sends the bread back to earth.

  • jauxro
    jauxro 2 meses atrás +10

    This quickly went from "a Tom Scott video! Can't wait to hear him explain stuff" to "I've had nightmares that looked like this"

  • N C
    N C 10 meses atrás +57

    The most surprising thing to me was that the temperature actually rose in the upper reaches of it's flight. Didn't see that coming

    • 2013 Subaru Wrx sti
      2013 Subaru Wrx sti 13 dias atrás

      @Ian Visser no duh.

    • Ian Visser
      Ian Visser 13 dias atrás

      Exosphere gets WAAY hotter.

    • Dubanx
      Dubanx Mês atrás +1

      @Morgan Rennie
      Probably a combination of that and the fact that no atmosphere = no convection to pull the heat from the sun out of the bread. I mean, there's some air, but not a lot of it.

    • 2013 Subaru Wrx sti
      2013 Subaru Wrx sti 2 meses atrás +2

      @Morgan Rennie yup!

    • Morgan Rennie
      Morgan Rennie 2 meses atrás +12

      @2013 Subaru Wrx sti is it just because the shortwave radiation from the sun isn't absorbed by the atmosphere at that height?

  • Shawn Cyr
    Shawn Cyr 6 meses atrás +5

    Tom Scotts a genius, he's made a video that gets recommend at some point in any loop of algorithmic suggestions. I've woken up to garlic bread about 8 times now, after leaving BRclip on accidently when falling asleep. Creepy, but freaking cool

  • friet pan
    friet pan 3 anos atrás +18144

    This garlic bread has seen more of the world than me.

    • BarneyGumble
      BarneyGumble 2 meses atrás

      @Bob Saget RIP

    • ALOO
      ALOO 6 meses atrás

      @LVBBoi seen by more of the world too

    • That SkyGuy
      That SkyGuy 6 meses atrás

      And it was all clouds

    • Kaleb Crawford
      Kaleb Crawford 9 meses atrás

      @LVBBoi oooooooooooo

    • Skiddly D.
      Skiddly D. 9 meses atrás

      At least you haven’t been eaten yet 😀

  • Arun Pandian
    Arun Pandian 6 meses atrás +8

    Adds a new meaning to watching bread rise 😂

  • Joe Hoffmann
    Joe Hoffmann 8 meses atrás +8

    The number of times I've dozed off and found myself waking up to the dulcet tones of garlic bread reentering the atmosphere is... More than I'd expect.
    I don't know what it is about the BRclip algorithm, but it's quite convinced that this is the thing I most want to watch while unconscious.

  • lil werner
    lil werner 6 meses atrás +2

    the way it breaches the clouds is lowkey satisfying, i can only imagine how frustrating it was having to live with english weather prior to the invention of flight

  • Kate Leslie Millan
    Kate Leslie Millan 7 meses atrás +3

    "i like how that sounded. that sounded good! :D" I love how pleased Tom was with his recording 🥺

  • TealBlade
    TealBlade 2 anos atrás +2435

    Now we legitimately use the insult "a piece of garlic bread knows more than you" to flat earthers

    • catmadness
      catmadness 9 meses atrás

      @I dont care Tell me your proof. I would like to hear it.

    • Taylor Warren
      Taylor Warren Anos atrás

      Who's "we"?

    • I dont care
      I dont care Anos atrás

      @John Mad Labs Flights such as santiago, chile to Sydney, Australia do not Exist and it takes ridiculous amount of flight time like 30-40 hours and multiple refueling stops. Such flight would be easy 12 hours flight on your imaginary ball earth. Grow up.

    • John Mad Labs
      John Mad Labs Anos atrás

      @I dont care "perspective not curvature" pls bro im dying of laughter here. in case you're not aware, the SUN LITERALLY GOES UNDER THE HORIZON, explain that pls. also, to anyone that believes the sun is any smaller than it actually is, explain how it gives off such massive amounts of energy and radiation that only matches with the current round earth model of space

    • John Mad Labs
      John Mad Labs Anos atrás

      @I dont care ok then, give me a map that matches with flat earth but also matches the distance between continents correctly. UH OH youre too stupid to go out and re-measure them. Instead of that try and fly between different places (personal or commercial flight) and see whether the flight time matches with the round earth model, or your bs flat earth one

  • Drifts Drags & Drives
    Drifts Drags & Drives 5 meses atrás +2

    You know it’s been a wild night of BRclip when you wake up to the good old Tom Scott bread footage 😂

  • The Amazer123
    The Amazer123 7 meses atrás +3

    I love the part where the garlic bread is in the air

  • It’sYaBoiPdiddy
    It’sYaBoiPdiddy 8 meses atrás +7

    POV: You’re a waiter at a Cheesecake Factory bringing bread to table 9 and a random guy straps a weather balloon to your back

  • Phoenix Baldwin
    Phoenix Baldwin 8 meses atrás

    This is some quality content. Thanks Tom Scott

  • Big Nose
    Big Nose 2 anos atrás +3580

    Theres something really funny about tom shouting “TO THE EDGE OF SPACE” and then just 2 hours of silence

    • aleggs
      aleggs Mês atrás

      @Wayfarer Zen sighs

    • Matias Alfredo
      Matias Alfredo Mês atrás

      @Wayfarer Zen yet

    • Daksh Bhatnagar
      Daksh Bhatnagar 5 meses atrás

      @Wayfarer Zen spacex noises

    • herzkine
      herzkine 5 meses atrás

      @Wayfarer Zen ...ahhh , hello there, floating Tesla:-D

    • frogchu
      frogchu 8 meses atrás

      @B11StrikeForce your pfp is a fictional plane

  • Aurora Valerio
    Aurora Valerio Mês atrás +2

    I can't be the only one getting anxious for the garlic bread. I usually have no problem with heights, but this video stressed me out 😂

  • stagg
    stagg 8 meses atrás +1

    Very freaking cool. I want to see space in person so badly

  • DistantLoner
    DistantLoner 7 dias atrás

    I like how this real video feels like a dream, while a dream inspired by it that I had last night felt like a normal Tom Scott video where he explained how it was made.

  • RuinFox
    RuinFox 8 meses atrás +1

    Wow, when it leaves the earths atmosphere and its just that dead silence, sent a chill down my spine

  • Furn
    Furn 2 anos atrás +2851

    Me : complains about a 5 second ad
    Also me : willingly watches 2 hours of garlic bread flying

    • Taylor Warren
      Taylor Warren Anos atrás

      I watched 47 minutes of it...

    • Bryan Aiello
      Bryan Aiello Anos atrás

      One you asked for, the other is thrust inside your brain whether you want it or not.

    • Korkikika
      Korkikika Anos atrás

      This speaks to me on a personal level

    • alex logan
      alex logan Anos atrás

      Cool story bro

    • monke
      monke Anos atrás +3

      when BRclip had 5 sec of ad now its 15 sec of unskippable ad

  • fiendrat
    fiendrat 2 meses atrás

    i love how when the balloon pops the wind makes it sound like the garlic bread is screaming

  • Jose Cordova
    Jose Cordova 7 meses atrás +1

    I'm happy to announce that I've seen this entire thing from beginning to end

  • KhalaBandor
    KhalaBandor 7 meses atrás

    Did you notice how as soon as it started spinning from its decent back down to earth, you could hear the wind from the atmosphere while it faced earth but you couldn't hear any wind while it faced space as the vacuum of space has nothing for sound to travel through

  • Darren Ü
    Darren Ü 7 meses atrás

    for some reason this made me sleep really well. its like i was also flying with the garlic bread 😂

  • Terra
    Terra Anos atrás +2888

    We all should praise the incredible cameraman once again

    • Sir_Albaxious
      Sir_Albaxious 21 dia atrás

      The camera is fixated on...uhh...whatever you call this invention. Now if you are here for the "Invisible Cameramen" troll, I don't think you have any chance at this court.
      And also, No Offense if it was offensive.

    • Thebigshark
      Thebigshark 7 meses atrás

      @Claire Cadoux your making no cense here 😐

    • Dennis Stewart, III
      Dennis Stewart, III 8 meses atrás

      @PoetryIndoors the 5head strat

    • xWood4000
      xWood4000 8 meses atrás +1

      @Reymarck Essaguirre I assume Random aerospace has a procedure for permits from the UK aviation agency whatever it's called

    • Timothycyrex
      Timothycyrex 8 meses atrás

      @MiniMacGaming no

  • thermitebanana
    thermitebanana 7 meses atrás

    I left this playing while I was doing something else once, so my watch time on this one is insane. Now BRclip thinks it's one of my favourite videos, and it serves me this every couple of weeks

  • Ljk
    Ljk 9 meses atrás

    This is so peaceful. I kind of wish I was that bread

  • Murdoch493
    Murdoch493 15 dias atrás

    Fun fact: Whenever I go to bed, or I leave youtube running so I have something to watch in the background, without fail this video plays in the background. It's perfect since I can just glance up and check where the bread is at, then go back to what I was doing.

  • MultiGamerClub
    MultiGamerClub 7 meses atrás

    This is truly amazing seeing the planet and the skies from above.. A dream.. Come true some bits.. Thank you :)

  • Sean Giglio
    Sean Giglio 2 anos atrás +20948

    It’s my sleepover and I get to pick the movie

  • Galli Leo
    Galli Leo 9 meses atrás

    This might be one of most awesome videos ever made on BRclip

  • Zetagipp
    Zetagipp 6 meses atrás +1

    I don’t even fall asleep watching BRclip very often but every single time I do I *always* find this video in the morning (or sometimes the visualized billion dollar one)

  • Chris Nathan
    Chris Nathan 5 meses atrás

    It so interesting to see the sun's reflection in the lense. It seems to me that we are able to detect coronal events simply by observing this layer.I bet we could use this information to date the video.

  • Rager Squad
    Rager Squad 9 meses atrás +1

    Imagine being a scientist at a space station and being like "lets put bread into space!"

  • Shlackslamer 123
    Shlackslamer 123 2 anos atrás +4314

    imagine being on a plane and seeing a random piece of garlic bread just fly next to you.

    • Mark Brown
      Mark Brown 15 dias atrás

      😆

    • BruhMan Reviews
      BruhMan Reviews Mês atrás

      @cannon i think beyblade

    • キモラ
      キモラ 3 meses atrás

      imagine being on a piece of garlic bread and seeing a plane fly next to you

    • Abcdef
      Abcdef 4 meses atrás

      @Danielle Digou cries In 2022

    • Jesper?
      Jesper? 5 meses atrás

      Ooh a snack

  • mrleenagle
    mrleenagle 3 dias atrás

    You can hear how thin the air gets as you watch the video. At lower altitudes the wind noise is greater yet the movement is smaller yet it becomes more and more silent as the movment increases with rise in altitude

  • be alu
    be alu Mês atrás +1

    I left my computer alone and when I came back this was what it was playing. Perfection

  • hiding
    hiding 4 meses atrás

    I think one of coolest subtle things here is how the sound slowly disappears throughout the video as it gets higher and higher, but returns again during the fall

  • isaiah roberts
    isaiah roberts 6 meses atrás +5

    I love the fact that you can notice that it's getting quieter when it gets higher up due to the low amount of air.

  • HeyItzDaredevil
    HeyItzDaredevil 2 anos atrás +17422

    Imagine getting your Flat Earth theories deconfirmed by a piece of garlic bread.

  • LastPlusFirst 🎵
    LastPlusFirst 🎵 3 dias atrás

    This video made me realize that if I was an astronaut who by some freak accident fell to earth from space, i would have a *lot* of time to think about things on the way down.

  • Japuckle
    Japuckle Mês atrás +1

    This garlic bread has achieved more than me in life

  • ꦤꦲꦶꦭ꧀ ꦠꦸꦂꦱꦶꦤ

    Just got done rewriting my notes from a book to another book, my back hurts, and my arms hurt from me planking over the book to write it in my bed.
    This was a good video to listen to

  • Joseph Schmidt
    Joseph Schmidt 7 meses atrás

    This popped up on my Google Home while I was in bed. The sound was perfect. Went straight to sleep. Good video, too!

  • Noh
    Noh 2 anos atrás +2166

    This loaf of bread has accomplished more in 2 hours than I have in my whole life

    • l...l
      l...l Anos atrás

      relatable

    • BloodPro9
      BloodPro9 2 anos atrás

      Hahaha same

    • TomFoolery
      TomFoolery 2 anos atrás

      Not just any bread, garlic bread

    • Radar O.
      Radar O. 2 anos atrás

      You mean float and get radiation poured into it briefly? That's kinda a terrible perspective to have about yourself.

    • Brett Calarco
      Brett Calarco 2 anos atrás

      That's sad

  • Fantaddiction ‏‏‎
    Fantaddiction ‏‏‎ 11 meses atrás

    The fact that 2 hours of flying garlic bread is the closest most of us will ever get to space will be very confusing for future scientists

  • M A#np
    M A#np 6 meses atrás +1

    how does it taste compared to the bread that didn't go to the edge of space? And it would be interesting if you had some raw garlic bread dow exposed to space and then cook with it and see how the cooking and taste are different. and i want to know more about the technology you used to send it to space

  • Coding Tips With Kaden Hansen

    Finally! Someone who knows how to authentically toast their garlic bread! Yummy!

  • Tainted Ox
    Tainted Ox 6 meses atrás +3

    So, there was a point when that garlic bread was at 6.9 km up, and -4.20°C.

  • FirstName LastName
    FirstName LastName 2 anos atrás +8774

    Imagine of you were on a flight, and had a mad craving for some garlic bread, then you look out the window and see a plate of it floating happily by outside..

    • John Mad Labs
      John Mad Labs Anos atrás +1

      and then you make a video and post it online and become a billionare

    • Saul Goodman
      Saul Goodman Anos atrás

      @Aoi the outside pressure would prevent the door from opening

    • Saul Goodman
      Saul Goodman Anos atrás

      Aircraft don't fly over that region.

    • Chris gooden
      Chris gooden Anos atrás

      Does that garlic bread look happy to you because I don't!

    • Lazys The Dank Engineer
      Lazys The Dank Engineer Anos atrás

      @Schlomo Shekelstein A single engine landing sounds about right

  • Hampter
    Hampter Mês atrás +1

    Dude imagine being a astronaut and all of a sudden you see bread flying

  • Austin
    Austin 28 dias atrás

    Last night the last thing I remember watching was a video by you titled something like "I asked people about Jingle Bells Batman smells". I was already tired, so don't take this the wrong way, but apparently I slept through about 1 1/2 hours of your videos, just to wake up over 2 hours in to garlic bread in flight.

  • 凸ಥ_ಥ凸 TeabagTime4TerriblyToxicTyrants

    Mmmm... I must say, your garlic bread looks to be just _heavenly_ , Mr. Scott.

  • ScottyLand 🔵
    ScottyLand 🔵 5 meses atrás +1

    Woke up to find a garlic bread floating in space playing on my phone I must have fallen asleep and this has auto played 😂 I genuinely thought it was a dream jt was so silly

  • Blood Red Dragons
    Blood Red Dragons Anos atrás +2414

    when you would rather spend 2 and a half hours watching garlic bread than spend 20 minutes finishing your homework.

    • Estevan Valdez
      Estevan Valdez 27 dias atrás

      Or getting atheist 4hrs sleep for your new job your so darn nervous about

    • Ultimate 17
      Ultimate 17 Mês atrás +1

      It would probably teach you more

    • thatskindagay
      thatskindagay 4 meses atrás

      Definitely

    • Allyssa Corpuz
      Allyssa Corpuz 5 meses atrás

      Yes, and I'm doing it right now.

    • Jesper?
      Jesper? 5 meses atrás

      I’m actively procrastinating with this video

  • deepcterror 4881
    deepcterror 4881 9 meses atrás

    This is kind of unbelievable and yes I know there are already videos of space but still

  • vizender
    vizender 8 meses atrás

    Peak altitude at 1:52:10 for those you want to know

  • mwm48
    mwm48 4 meses atrás +1

    I like the part when the bread was like Bam! And I was like Whoa, then the sun was all Bling and I was like WHooaaHh!
    Good times, I hope the sequel isn’t derivative.

  • Crypto Tonight
    Crypto Tonight 8 meses atrás +1

    1:24:00 I wonder what exactly is going on with the audio. I get that away lower pressures the sound isnt going to have much air to propagate in, so wouldn't that be down in a gradual decrease in sound volume? I wonder what the mechanism is for it going in and out over the course of a few min. It seems to have something to do with the direction and tilt but it doesn't seem consistent.

  • NouieMan
    NouieMan 2 anos atrás +4199

    43:00 - Typical cruising altitude of a long-haul passenger plane
    55:11 - Highest flying passenger planes (primarily private)
    1:09:32 - Altitude of the Space Shuttle Columbia when it exploded.
    1:24:23 - Cruising altitude of an SR-71 on missions.
    1:36:19 - Highest altitude reached by a Propeller driven aircraft (NASA Helios HP01)
    1:52:19 - Highest altitude achieved by Garlic Bread
    2:35:30 - Cover for the Garlic Bread deploys

    • dried ink
      dried ink 2 anos atrás

      @Triston Folse Passenger aircraft don't carry onboard mapping radar

    • Korvalis Talmorra
      Korvalis Talmorra 2 anos atrás

      @anonymous stout My guess (and it IS a guess) would be the sun is directly warming the apparatus, and there is not enough air (practically none) to cool it down.

    • saltypork101
      saltypork101 2 anos atrás

      Please pin this.

    • Jackson Danforth
      Jackson Danforth 2 anos atrás

      @ES Spotter 15.5km ≈ FL510
      So subtract a few km

    • beeza weeza
      beeza weeza 2 anos atrás

      Knowledge

  • AntAptive
    AntAptive 8 meses atrás +4

    1:52:13 Balloon explodes
    2:35:40 Box closes
    2:39:00 Box hits the ground
    you're welcome.

  • GandalfsPubez
    GandalfsPubez 11 meses atrás +1

    Its so surreal listening to the wind go to complete silence once it gets to the edge of the atmosphere

  • Honk
    Honk 13 dias atrás +1

    to think there will forever be tiny garlic bread particles floating around in space

  • jtfc
    jtfc 7 meses atrás +1

    I fell asleep watching BRclip last night, woke up to realise I’d been listening to this in my sleep for 2 and a half hours…

  • chip x
    chip x 2 anos atrás +1942

    I have an exam tomorrow and havent even started studying yet i am watching garlic bread living its best life.

  • Think
    Think 25 dias atrás

    @23:00 it would seem that 6.2 km up is when you reach water-freezing temperatures.
    @1:18:00 it would seem that 23 km up is when sound rapidly decreases in volume. At this altitude, when the microphone dips down, it scrapes the "top of the sky" and you can it. But when it tilts up, no sound. Of course, except for when the contraption spins down.

  • SpikeyBuilder
    SpikeyBuilder Mês atrás +1

    Imagine if a plane flew by and saw just a piece of floating garlic bread going to space.

  • The Lost Tapes Adventure
    The Lost Tapes Adventure 7 meses atrás

    I love how at 2:15 it just looks like a backdrop behind the bread

  • Dan L
    Dan L 9 meses atrás

    Note to self:
    When going out for a flight, avoid the 8-9 km altitude.
    It's just too damn cold there!

  • Michael Vel
    Michael Vel Anos atrás +2325

    Imagine you send that garlic bread to space, retrieve it, and find out you forgot to press record

    • Rolpon
      Rolpon 9 meses atrás

      OMG

    • Ghoster XP
      Ghoster XP 11 meses atrás

      i forgor 💀

    • Carina Snape
      Carina Snape 11 meses atrás

      There were two cameras

    • Madkirk74
      Madkirk74 Anos atrás

      *existance is pain*

    • Cowch
      Cowch Anos atrás +12

      @Beeza That’s the way I like it 😋

  • Mike Jones
    Mike Jones 13 dias atrás

    I can't tell you how many times I've fallen asleep watching youtube and woken up to garlic bread in space.

  • Felix Wray
    Felix Wray 7 meses atrás +1

    How do we know that's really garlic bread, and not just ordinary Italian bread?

  • TIHS PID the REKCIL TILC

    I watched a night space shuttle launch from the coast of North Carolina on a perfect night and all I can say is, "Why did it fly into the ocean?".
    Seriously, the above time/distance doesn't put it's speed and acceleration into perspective like watching it from it's visual apogee. It was roughly 70 years from the Wright brothers to zooming around the Earth every 90 minutes which is insane.

  • James Martin-Davies
    James Martin-Davies 9 meses atrás +1

    Pilot to cabin at 35,000ft: “this is your captain Geoff, if you look 3 o’clock, you can see half a slice of garlic bread heading for orbit.”
    Pilot to ATC: “this is Speedbird 37, reports of a flying garlic bread heading 247, 4 o’clock at flight level three-five-zero.”
    ATC: “how much fuel and souls on board sir?”
    Pilot: “230,000 pounds, 311 souls, Speedbird 37.”
    ATC: “heh, you could feed them easy then if you catch up with it.”
    Pilot: “Wilco.”

  • hexagon8899
    hexagon8899 2 anos atrás +539

    Liftoff at 0:18
    sound of an aeroplane passing nearby at 9.2km altitude 34:01
    Pop at 1:52:15
    Garlic bread close at 2:35:40
    Landing at 2:39:02

    • Nova
      Nova 9 meses atrás

      The people in that aircraft must have been so confused.
      "Is that BREAD??"

    • Izuku Dripdoriya
      Izuku Dripdoriya 9 meses atrás

      0:18 TO THE EDGE OF SPACE!

    • Macintosh_Fan Technology
      Macintosh_Fan Technology Anos atrás

      Thank you for the time stamps! I don’t care if it spoils...

    • hexagon8899
      hexagon8899 Anos atrás +2

      @vaddimka will add that, thanks

    • vaddimka
      vaddimka Anos atrás +4

      34:01 - sound of an airplane passing nearby at 9.2km altitude

  • Sompursone
    Sompursone 8 meses atrás

    I find it very interesting that, of all your videos, this is the one that gets recommended to me the most. Usually whenever I put something on to sleep for the night. Maybe that’s what causes it to get recommended? The fact that it ends up playing for an hour and a half or so before I stop it every time?

  • GuacamOle
    GuacamOle Mês atrás

    Watch it in VR for the extra immersive experience!

  • Temp_0
    Temp_0 6 meses atrás

    i fell asleep watching a video and woke up to this at 2:15:39. i can say that was pleasant. the wind noise is relaxing

  • Annabelle
    Annabelle 2 meses atrás

    Consistently the best background video/noise to wake up to, walk into, meditate to these past few years.

  • Hazuki
    Hazuki 2 anos atrás +3389

    Alien : aight it's time to check earth.
    *saw a flying garlic bread*
    Alien: yo what the f-

    • PYIXO
      PYIXO 2 anos atrás

      The the aliens be like: bruh these lifeforms too advanced for us

    • hiro
      hiro 2 anos atrás

      @Phantomation r/woooosh

    • Curry Muncha
      Curry Muncha 2 anos atrás

      Atleast they got to see the best of humanity. Garlic bread. Yummy.

    • Cleremy Jarkson
      Cleremy Jarkson 2 anos atrás

      They hate breads

    • Michael Florendo
      Michael Florendo 2 anos atrás +1

      @Phantomation hold on I'll check my watch
      i didnt remember the last time we asked

  • SaltMan
    SaltMan 2 meses atrás

    It starts falling at around 1:52:10 for those who wanted to know

  • varick veit
    varick veit 11 dias atrás

    Fast forward 4 years and this is STILL cool as hell.

  • Mylittle Polly
    Mylittle Polly 5 meses atrás +1

    One thing that seems to consistently happen to me is that I put on youtube's autoplay function and go to sleep and whenever I wake up it's silent, but not cause a video ain't playing, I look up at the screen and see the garlic bread for the umpteenth time

  • Lil Buddy
    Lil Buddy 6 dias atrás

    When I realized this was a full feature film I decided "there go my plans", had to cancell a meeting because well... "garlic bread to the edge of space" and weirdly people were very understanding and more than fine with it.

  • Lemonade092
    Lemonade092 2 anos atrás +1413

    2 1/2 hours of relaxing "wind brushing off ascending bread" sounds.

    • givethatwolfabanana 🍌
      givethatwolfabanana 🍌 2 anos atrás +1

      I have a lot of those videos on in the background and I actually think this was why it was recommended.

    • Ian Bull
      Ian Bull 2 anos atrás +2

      @Wm. Jordan Dent perfect video too. Not too hard to get distracted by it but its so hard to keep watching it with adhd it justgefs me right back to what i was doing 😂

    • Wm. Jordan Dent
      Wm. Jordan Dent 2 anos atrás +3

      This actually might be the PERFECT background track to help my ADHD while studying. Thanks for the great idea.

    • Vlad Schiopu
      Vlad Schiopu 2 anos atrás +19

      2:35:40 biggest jumpscare i ever witnessed!

    • Frances Atty
      Frances Atty 2 anos atrás +6

      apart from the buzzing near the end of the video

  • Jack Gross
    Jack Gross 4 meses atrás +1

    I have woken up to this video dozens and dozens of time. Thank you for this lullaby

  • KentBenedict
    KentBenedict 10 meses atrás

    That garlic bread is having a time of it's life before getting eaten.

  • Johnny's Videos
    Johnny's Videos 8 dias atrás

    30 seconds in and I now want space garlic bread

  • r-pupz
    r-pupz 3 meses atrás

    I like how the bread flies 💫

  • Aashay Tambi
    Aashay Tambi Anos atrás +2973

    Hey Tom, the number of times where I slept with youtube on my phone, and this is what I wake up to is unbelievable. I think the youtube algo thinks I love to watch it from 3-6 am every night.

  • Jake Mitchell
    Jake Mitchell 2 meses atrás

    I have no idea how the temperature is only 2.3 degrees Celsius but the garlic bread is 33.5 kilometres up. Insanity

  • [CODE_ NAME]
    [CODE_ NAME] 10 meses atrás +4

    So we did surgery on a grape and we sent garlic bread to space. I like where this is going.

  • AstroKevin92
    AstroKevin92 Mês atrás

    Just discovered this. I'm going to add it to my list of things to show flat earthers, thanks. The fact that it's uneditted is a real help.

    • Tay The Vamp
      Tay The Vamp 18 dias atrás +1

      this video isn't going to help anyone suffering from delusions that severe, unfortunately. the best you can do is help them get in contact with a mental health professional.