Would You FREEZE To Death In Minecraft? | The SCIENCE of... Minecraft

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  • Publicado el 9 mar 2022
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    Theorists, we haven't talked about dangerous weather in a video game in a long time. In fact, I think the last time we covered it, it was Austin! So it makes sense that he's the one to tackle the mystery of Minecraft cold biomes. How COLD do they get? Are they DANGEROUS? It's time to get your diamond armor on as we tackle what may be the deadliest thing in Minecraft... the COLD!
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Comentarios • 5 171

  • Simon Legosson

    I love how Austin is trying to apply real world physics to a block game where emptying two buckets of water next to each other creates an infinite water source.

  • Shinxie in the Studio

    Austins gonna flip out when he realises the minecraft wiki has a page dedicated to the temperature of biomes

  • CDYTpanda Alt

    Austin spending hours to make a tree house because his daughter requested it, is probably the cutest thing I’ve seen all day.

  • Graveyard Gaming

    Based on Steve’s ability to carry over 12 million tons while still sprinting and jumping, I would have believed that he and Alex weigh over 60 tons.

  • chitus minecraft adventure $

    I really liked Austin's daughter's tree house, it's pretty well made.

  • starryeyedprincess

    I'm low-key mad that Austin explained these concepts in a way I understood in about 20 minutes versus my chemistry professor not making any sense trying to teach it to us.

  • GoblinGuy

    I think we can all agree Austin’s treehouse is wonderful, 10/10

  • The Flashback Man

    simpler answer: there's a powder snow where you'll literally freeze to death if you stand in it for too long so the answer is yes

  • Vanquish12V

    The level of chill Austin has in this video is freaking me out a little bit. I wasn't okay until he raised his voice a bit. 🤣🖤

  • Cardinal Ham'N'Eggs

    "Would you freeze to death in Minecraft?"

  • Doggo
    Doggo  +57

    i'm fairly sure that one of the laws of our reality is that every "the science of..." video must be both catastrophic and complicated, driving austin into a spiral of madness

  • Zach Knudsen

    I really like how liquid water takes up slightly less than a full cubic meter, but once it freezes, it expands like it would in real life to fill the entire cubic meter. It's a small thing, but the attention to detail here is nice.

  • Hexra
    Hexra  +1

    Can we just appreciate how Austin says "in older versions of Minecraft" because, sure, MatPat is great and all but some of his findings always seem to mismatch the current versions of Minecraft

  • Finch
    Finch  +32

    I’m pretty sure that mojang has the temperatures of their biomes lying around someplace. I mean, if we know glow stone generates heat and warms up the room, we probably know how hot a desert is

  • Lorian Lilsiel

    Hang on... You measured how fast the "ton" froze when separated into 1 meter cubes, and then compared that to a solid ton irl? You even mentioned that you separated them because it seemed to have an effect on how fast they froze and mentioned even earlier that volume has a direct impact on heat. Did I miss something?

  • Areebia
    Areebia  +9

    I remember the old videos where Austin was always mentioning his colds, and now, I am ridden with a cold while I listen to his video. Oh how the turns have tabled XD

  • ScienceRocks

    "Air literally holds water down"

  • Just Some Guy without a Mustache

    I knew it was going to be a ludicrous temperature when I remembered that literal blocks of water can freeze mid air from how cold it is.

  • Kathrin Gravley

    If minecrafts frozen biomes could be as cold as a winter on mars, then what would steve and alex's body tempurature have to be to survive? Also, how much colder are the blocks of powdered snow in comparison to the environment around them to be able to do damage unlike the environment itself?