Documentary : History of the World in 2 hours

Must Watch : A fascinating documentary about the world’s history, throws some light on our “Human- Pride!”

Imagine compressing 14 billion years of history down to just 14 years and on the scale the earth would have existed only for the past five years. So that’s about a third of the history of the universe wall large complex creatures would have developed seven months ago. On the scale dinosaurs went extinct only about three weeks ago. The entire recorded history of humans would span only the last three minutes . Modern industrial societies the Industrial Revolution effectively 6 seconds ago.

So welcome to the journey, well just one and a half hours without commercials.

A rapid-fire history of our world, from the beginning of time as we know it to present day. This two-hour CGI-driven special delves into the key turning points: the formation of earth, emergence of life, spread of man and the growth of civilization–and reveals their surprising connections to our world today.

The complete credits go to the director Douglas Cohen and his team for this awesome work.


 

Courtesy : History Channel, Douglas Cohen Bartek Juszczak via YouTube

Note: Shared for Educational purposes only, from public resources available online (YouTube)

7 thoughts on “Documentary : History of the World in 2 hours

  1. Too bad they are “one-sides”! How do you have a history of the world covering Africa/Europe/Asia, but totally disregard the Americas i.e. Maya’s, incas, Aztecs! So they only mattered until the murderer, Columbus, comes over?

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  2. So cool🙂 History looks so interesting! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. sounds truly amazing Din…definitely try to catch it .. thanks a ton for it.. I am excited in anticipation….
    PS I am good with your idea of short story thing.. just a bit late in replying regarding that…. will mail you whenever you say🙂

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