It's not a folded quarter wave monopole, it's a half wavelength long transmission line. Nope, not even matching is going to work. It's not 150 ohms, 500 ohms, 2000 ohms, 25 ohms, or even 2 ohms. It's a short circuit where it is resonant which is where it was designed to work (same thing as saying it's a half wavelength). Fellow hams, we have to be careful. There is a ton of misinformation out there. In fact actual myths, things people believe that have no evidence to back them up. They get accepted as facts. I could list dozens here but we would get off track. The point is, Kevin made a video where he described an antenna he planned to build. His theory has misconceptions - they are not debatable - just plain wrong. He means well but he doesn't understand fundamentals. Yet people pile on with congratulations for experimenting, "Oh, great job, looking forward to more videos, experimenting is the foundation of amateur radio, blah, blah" Any rf engineer, antenna engineer would look at this video and laugh. Folks, this is why people criticize us and use terms like dumbing down, and getting your license from a cracker jack box.