Although the guy in the video has heard all the fancy physics words, he doesn't really get the ideas. He sounds like some show-off kids I remember from junior high school.
The alleged "electrostatic repulsion" doesn't keep two ordinary uncharged objects apart. The net electrical force is a weak vanderWaals attraction. Repulsion does come from the Pauli exclusion principle, as the video says. But that repulsion is zero until the wave functions from the electrons on the two objects start to overlap. So in fact the objects do "touch" in the only physical sense possible, having overlapping wave functions.
The core of the error of the video is to switch back and forth between quantum physics and classical cartoon pictures in an inconsistent way.
(published on 04/15/2017)