How I Built the Entire Universe in MinecraftNov 09, 2022
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universethat is home to the most powerful shows out there and i am about to build it in
minecraft. I mean everything from the smallest planet to the
universe, but first let's start with our home, Earth, and the only way to truly appreciate the beauty of our planet is to jump out of an alien plane. I just jumped out of a plane. Turns out I saw a lot up there, but not enough to build the
entireplanet, so I had to turn to my trusted friend. the globe didn't know how useful this thing would actually be it could actually measure the exact location of each continent to perfectly replicate the planet and ocean on our planet this ended up taking me three days space light is extremely intense on one side of the planet you only have lights blinding and on the other side an eternal void of darkness and because Normal Minecraft has no space light.
I made my own. Apparently, you can light paint in Minecraft. No way, this is crazy, but at the time I had no idea that this little detail was going to be literally the reason everything you see in this video was possible, the crazy thing is that this is just the beginning and already It's huge to put it in context. He had
builta planet out of a hundred billion in the Milky Way alone, not to mention the entire universe containing roughly this many planets. I don't even know what that number is in the solar system, it turned out that I was going to have to make Earth and all the other tiny planets almost 700,000 times smaller if everything was going to fit so small that a single Minecraft block would take more than five days to cross here is where things get tricky because all the other planets were tilted meaning i had to paint and build each color ring at an angle this became a real problem when i got to saturn it's ok it took me an ent A day just to space and tilt all of its rings, i even had to relearn the pythagoras theorem just to measure its distance to the alien.
It's very satisfying to look at this and know that it's Minecraft. This planet is massive after Saturn. I moved on to building the last few gas giants that happen to have rings too but now it was time for massive energy that was a thousand times bigger than the biggest planet I had
builtso far so big Earth could fit on a single block the sun oh my gosh eyes what's scary is that in terms of raw energy the sun is nothing compared to what's coming. My goal for the sun, well, I wanted it to look like a hot radioactive death.
I not only used the brightest blocks in
minecraftbut also added huge solar flares. coming out of it to make everything feel alive with fire this barely looks like minecraft oh my gosh oh there is a mod that lets me load a thousand shards at a time oh my gosh I'm loading a thousand shards in Right now, that's great. but He wasn't just trying to build the solar system. I wanted more. I wanted the totality of existence itself to be within my reach. Everyone universal away. So far, we have built one of the 200 trillion trillion trillion star systems. bigger, but how was I going to build a nebula black hole galaxy if it could barely charge in our solar system?
I had a cool plan, obviously I couldn't fit the whole universe in Minecraft, but I could do my best once I did a build, the actual scale would stay almost exactly the same, while the size of the object in the universe would become exponentially larger. big and light-years, well, that was the plan, at least starting with one of the most famous space photos ever. The pillars of creation are intense, man, despite the name. I had no idea how difficult this would be. He was no longer just building planets. He was building galactic entities more powerful than anything you can imagine and he wanted to. prove it I used the same measurement idea as Earth to make everything exact after the outline I built what would soon be the massive clouds of space gas that would form the pillars oh wow I just realized how big this thing is I actually thought I would you could like stand right next to it and still be seen but no this thing is 175 times bigger than the solar system we just made and this thing was made out of almost every block in the game and i have to build all of this to not mention the lighting of the stars, the magic glowing background, it took me two straight days of painting just to get the colors right before I can move on to the stars, which by the way, weren't normal stars, you know, how I build that not alone? did i build up the literal glow of the stars but also paint the whole thing in the exact lighting shown in the picture and with the added bright blue haze in the background it got weird?
I wonder if I could trick someone into thinking this is real. I'm leaving na, I'll send you the photo I came out of and then I'll send you my invoice, ok, this is the first photo, ok, wait it's yours, oh my god, did you do that or is that the photo I saw ? The image issue was like oh ok that's the image and I was kind of waiting but this was just the beginning when it came to getting the builds almost identical to real life because it was time for the object most powerful in the universe something heavier than billions of stars than light can't even escape a supermassive black hole you know, that giant black hole from the movie Interstellar yeah let's build it but I had no idea which would end up being the hardest thing i've ever built in my nine years of playing this game, okay i haven't even started and i'm already lost.
What is this? I don't even know how to describe it. I spent five hours figuring out how to do this on paper and my brain physically hurts. Let me explain you. if we try to imagine the black hole the accretion disk would be Technic, but this doesn't take Superman into account. Basically, I was trying to build an object that bends light. It's not like you can move around a black hole and see the other side of its glowing disk. warp means I was building something that literally should be impossible and yes I'm still here. I started with the bright disk that was bending around the black hole and immediately began to realize how complex it was going to be right.
This is the problem. one disk there are three and each disk has to fold perfectly into the other to create the illusion of a black hole to begin with. Somehow I had to make these two disks that were completely different sizes curve around each other in a game that is made of cubes oh my god what am I doing with my life? I've been sitting in this sweaty little room for eight hours trying to build the curve in a black hole. I was trying and failing over and over again until oh my gosh I think I just gave it up.
Basically I can use hundreds of lines as a guide for a perfect slope. Oh my gosh, yeah, I just finished all the records. Remember I said that being able to paint with light would be crucial. I would have to make this black hole the brightest construction in this entire video brighter than a billion children there can be no mistake in all of this every line every color has to fold perfectly or the whole illusion of this construction will fall apart after paint the center ring warm white I slowly faded the Into Darkness colors adding wisps of gas made from various blocks this is so much better than I imagined this is the most satisfying build I think I've ever done it was time to move up to a cosmic scale even more unimaginable something that shines with billions of stars galaxies and not just one but a whole bunch of them but first I had to see them for myself and the only way to do that would be to walk thousands of feet up to the top the highest peak and this was my guide Ian you're the first person I've seen in two weeks we have to get up there this makes me realize how out of shape you are oy oh my gosh oh this is so high but as soon as the sun set it was time to get the instrument out and not gonna lie all I saw through that thing was a blurry moon and it still not working but no It didn't matter, we were surrounded by the cosmos, millions of stars right before our eyes, but then I remembered my goal, I wanted everything, every star within my reach, the entire universe a click away, I had to figure out how I was going to build not one , but a complete cluster of galaxies. just one is fine so here's the game plan I'm going to start in the center with the darker colors and go out and see what happens eventually I had a spider web of dark gas spinning around the center I used this as sort of the skeleton for build the brightest arms of the galaxy that would eventually carry its stars but there was like a problem this doesn't look real at all and i have no idea how to change it i think basically this light trick doesn't work the whole build is trashed , it not only worked, it brought them to life out of thin air.
It had an almost perfectly realistic galaxy glowing in a vacuum. I added all the different stars that shine at the brightest points and oh my gosh yeah and this is just the first one and it only went downhill from there. I moved on to the next one, refining the process by adding. different shades and variations I built galaxy after galaxy by scattering them across my new Cosmos until the darkness was filled with the light of over a trillion stars spinning through space I had created almost all the structures that made up the fabric of existence itself if you haven't subscribed yet, what are you doing?
The videos will only get crazier from here and you don't want to miss out and before we build the whole universe let's take a step back it's time to see if my builds really ca. n compete with the raw and humble power of our very foreign universe I have no idea how I'm going to make this possible essentially we need to build a giant glowing bubble when you get this far out of the universe it looks like a giant spider web of connections the galaxies we just created would fit in a single pixel of a block.
I didn't know that building this network of super clusters would take me more than a week. I started with the brightest that would shine in the entire universe and slowly built myself up. every galactic intersection in our universe but of course there was a problem, it didn't look like the real Universe at all, instead it looks like a giant ball of tangled yarn, the scary thing is I feel like there's only one way to do this and it doesn't work, I wouldn't either. end up with the perfect Universe shining before my eyes or a tangle of threads that took me over 50 hours to build and there was only one option I finished the connections before moving on to the first phases of b lighting up our universe and this is where things took a turn turn.
I rounded the edges creating a perfect sphere that glows at night. It looks like this might work with the finished lighting. It was time for the final and most crucial detail. stars even. although it would be literally impossible to distinguish a single star from this distance, I still did it by scattering stars throughout our cosmos and that was it, after more than a month of work, the entire universe was right before my eyes.
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