History of the World In one movie 2016 HD documentary

he history of the world (or world history) describes the history of humanity (or human history) as determined by the study of archaeological and written records. Ancient recorded history begins with the invention of writing. However, the roots of civilization reach back to the earliest introduction of primitive technology and culture. Prehistory begins in the Paleolithic Era, or “Early Stone Age,” which is followed by the Neolithic Era, or New Stone Age, and the Agricultural Revolution (between 8000 and 5000 BCE) in the Fertile Crescent. The latter period marked a change in human history, as humans began the systematic husbandry of plants and animals. Agriculture advanced, and most humans transitioned from a nomadic to a settled lifestyle as farmers in permanent settlements. Nomadism continued in some locations, especially in isolated regions with few domesticable plant species; but the relative security and increased productivity provided by farming allowed human communities to expand into increasingly larger units, fostered by advances in transportation.
As farming developed, grain agriculture became more sophisticated and prompted a division of labour to store food between growing seasons. Labour divisions then led to the rise of a leisured upper class and the development of cities. The growing complexity of human societies necessitated systems of writing and accounting. Many cities developed on the banks of lakes and rivers; as early as 3000 BCE some of the first prominent, well-developed settlements had arisen in Mesopotamia (“the Land between the Rivers”), on the banks of Egypt’s Nile River, in the Indus River valley, and along the major rivers of China.
The history of the Old World (particularly Europe and the Mediterranean) is commonly divided into ancient history (or “Antiquity”), up to 476 CE; the Postclassical Era (or “Middle Ages”), from the 5th through 15th centuries, including the Islamic Golden Age (c. 750 CE – c. 1258 CE) and the early Italian Renaissance (beginning around 1300 CE); the Early Modern period, from the 15th century to the late 18th, including the Age of Enlightenment; and the Late Modern period, from the Industrial Revolution to the present, including contemporary history.
In the mid-15th century, the invention of modern printing, employing movable type, revolutionized communication, helping end the Middle Ages and ushering in the Scientific Revolution. By the 18th century, the accumulation of knowledge and technology, especially in Europe, had reached a critical mass that brought about the Industrial Revolution. Outside the Old World, including ancient China and ancient India, historical timelines unfolded differently. However, by the 18th century, due to extensive world trade and colonization, the histories of most civilizations had become substantially intertwined (see Globalization). In the last quarter-millennium, the rates of growth of population, knowledge, technology, commerce, weapons destructiveness, and environmental degradation have greatly accelerated, creating opportunities and perils that now confront the planet’s human communities.

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  1. 24:51 holy shit Trevor I actually never thought about that, that actually made think about how amazing that would be, even if the animal never even understood how drastic that was!!

  2. Now when they talk to the scientists, is it just cause I’m drunk or is the screen shaking and shit when those guys are talking, cause that shit is pissing me off because it’s not happening when they do the cool animation!

  3. Lier, God created this works thousands of years prior to the great flood. The current era of years are n nothing so suggested in this video. Please be sorted you will be held accountable (judged) but the most high. Do to your choices county for misleading

  4. Well a few hundred years ago some were thinking earth was the center of the universe or earth was flat and if you contradicted them you were killed. some dont learn that lesson.

  5. there are either many trolls in the comment sections or the ignorance of people is beyond comprehension, perhaps both. believe what you will, those who seek to learn and understand their origins and how playing field of the universe will the be the ones to control the power to make their dreams reality. those who waste their precious gifts with silly bickerings and ignorance will become the slaves of another.

  6. don't you just hate the annoying 'dramatic' music. can you make it sound less like "omg shit's going down" and more like "wow the universe and life is so amazing" we could use a little less stress please in a history lesson

  7. so where did this energy come from? and you do know hydrogen isn't the first element and is infact in the 4th octave theres 3 octaves before that if the big bang is true and evolution it would of started from the very first element evolving over time hydrogen is no where near the first element

  8. There is not way any human being could know any of this for sure , just attempt to prove the evolution myth, lol, I love all the numbers on dates , just made up nonsense.These educated fools are to arragant to listen to with an open mind.

  9. No scientific proof of the big bang so in 24 seconds you managed to debunk your whole damn 2hr long documentary. Great job!

  10. They are already starting off with horse shit. Don't believe this crap. Still clutching to the big bang theory with every last finger nail. And evolution with every last faked transitional form. Anyone that thinks the world we know it came from an explosion, is an idiot. Pure fantasy.

  11. How do you have a documentary claiming to tell about the history of the world and there is no mention of probably the most important historical figure of all time: Hambone McNulty!?!?!?!?!?

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