Time: The History & Future of Everything – Remastered

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Time: The History & Future of Everything – Remastered
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Caption: Timer makes sense in small pieces but . when you look at huge stretches of time . it's almost impossible to wrap your head . around things so let's start small with . minutes hours days you probably spent . the last 24 hours of mostly sleeping and . working and you probably wasted a good . chunk of yesterday from the internet . days become weeks weeks become months. and then we have a year let's look at . 2017 france started to train eagles to . hunt terrorist drones paycheque nuclear . power plant held a bikini contest to. pick their new intern and people on the . internet made a challenge out of eating . bleach you know the usual stuff let's go . back further a kid born in the first . year of the 21st century is 18 years old . now but the century is still young even . if you're not it was largely shaped by . the attacks on 9/11 which led to the war . in afghanistan and the invasion of iraq . in march 2011 the syrian civil war began . and is still ongoing after seven years . most of us were born in the 20th century . which had the two most devastating wars . in human history and the cold war for . the first time ever we could destroy . ourselves with the nuclear weapons and . we almost did but we also had a space . race and left earth for the first time . the internet was also invented which led . to memes but also to facebook and . twitter so all in all we're not sure if . this was a good development the average . human lives about 79 years which covers . a good chunk of recent history the . oldest living person on earth is . currently celino hannah mitchell who was . born in eighteen . 96 which means that his birth was closer . to napoleon ruling europe than to the . current day only 250 years ago the . industrial revolution turned the world . into a progress machine the farmers . became workers and knowledge became. easier to distribute around this time we . started the progress that is causing . climate change today not that long ago . actually the theory of evolution changed . how we saw ourselves and the world we . live in newton wrote down his theory of . gravity we discovered distant stars and . very close bacteria the 15th century was . very eventful columbus's discovery of . america and the fall of constantinople . marked the end of the middle ages war . was all the rage in the middle ages but . the number one killer was disease the . black plague killed every third european . in just six years around 2,000 years ago . we set the arbitrary year one of our. calendar that most of the world follows . today but to a roman the world was . already ancient the great pyramids were . constructed 4,500 years ago so to a . roman the pyramids were older than the. romans are to us today so long ago that . there was still living mammoths on earth . a lot of history happened before that . even around 7,000 years ago humans began . writing things down about 12,000 years . ago human organization exploded we built . our first temple and around the world. mankind began farming which enabled the . rise of larger communities our dominance. over planet earth really begins here . homo sapiens sapiens the modern human . evolved at least 200,000 years ago . 50,000 years ago the cognitive . revolution expanded our minds and . innovation back then we shed earth with . at least five other human species that . either died out or were killed by us . at least 2 million years ago our . ancestors already had control over fire . and constructed tools from wood and . stone and six million years ago the last . common ancestors of chimpanzees and . humans existed so this graph is all of . human history our close relative homo . erectus survived 10 times longer than we . have existed this tiny part is the human . error we have to zoom in a lot to even . see your lifetime still all of human . history is not that long . 65 million years ago the age of the . dinosaurs ended in an enormous explosion . the dinosaurs ruled the earth for over . 165 million years 27 times as long as . all humans that's so long that it means. a t-rex that lived at 65 million years . ago is closer to us today than to a live . stegosaurus dinosaurs in the form of . mighty chickens are still around today. animal life on this planet started 600 . million years ago the earliest animals . were fish and other small simple sea. creatures. then came insects that wrapped ours and . finally around 200 million years ago . mammals joined the party life itself . began much further back there is . evidence that it appeared up to 4. 1 . billion years ago for at least 3. billion years life consisted only of . single-celled organisms 4. 5 billion . years ago the sun was born from a . gigantic imploding gas cloud. 60 million years later earth formed in . those early years frequent bombardment . by comets and asteroids supplied the . earth with large oceans but as far as . the whole universe goes how solar system. is pretty new. thirteen point seven five billion years. ago the universe was born and about half . a billion years later our own galaxy . formed from billions of stars but what . came before the big bang the truth is we . don't know and maybe we never will and . there you have it the past now let's . take a look at what we know about the . future in roughly 1 billion years the . sun will be so hot that life on earth . becomes impossible the death of the sun . 4 billion years later marks the end of . life in the solar system if we want to . have a chance to survive we need to have . ventured to the stars and what happens . after that in the next 100 billion years . most of the biggest stars around will . die the universe becomes dimmer and. dimmer illuminated only by smaller red . and white dwarfs but they too will. eventually burn out and one day the last . star in the universe will die the . universe will turn dark and at some . point even black holes will evaporate . and die when they do our universe will . reach its final stage heat death nothing . changes anymore the universe is dead . forever. now you're feeling some pretty weird . feelings right now aren't you . we are - it's only natural the good news . is this is all far far away the only . time that actually matters is now that . cute girl or boy you like ask them out . time is precious make it count . 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