When Time Became History - The Human Era

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For the fifth time, we present to you the Human Era Calendar for the year 12,021 - this time it is all about the journey of humanity, beginning tens of thousands of years ago, leading into the revolution of agriculture, to ancient high civilizations and the beginning of modern times, culminating in a vision for our future. You can get the limited Edition now until we sell out and then never again. As always the calendar features 12 illustrated pages printed on high quality paper in Europe and the US. And this year the cover is especially shiny. The calendar will look great on your wall and let you dream about a glorious future. We truly have come far as a species!

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    Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

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    • Neelakandan

      Neelakandan

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      Conor Charlton

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    • ALEXANDRU POPA

      ALEXANDRU POPA

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  • BikeRA92

    BikeRA92

    9 klukkustundum síðan

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  • Dishant

    Dishant

    9 klukkustundum síðan

    Well
    From using keypad phones to digital world, in merely 21 years imagine world after 20 years again .

  • Nayim Bhuiyan

    Nayim Bhuiyan

    9 klukkustundum síðan

    Hi Homo sapiens,
    I think human will not survive in this planet that far.
    But you'll see this comment as long as this video is in YouTube.

  • Andreas Gabler

    Andreas Gabler

    Degi Síðan síðan

    I'd like to have the human era timeline you use in this video as a large poster :)

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    Degi Síðan síðan

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    Éł ĎÎĄBŁØ

    2 dögum síðan

    hope future generations uncover this knowledge masterpiece of a video....

  • Sofie

    Sofie

    2 dögum síðan

    I think it’s a bit odd to conclude that something happening within the last 12,000 out of 2,000,000 years of existence is what defines us as humans..
    There is always this bias that “the human era” started with agriculture. The majority of our humanity was lived before then, so maybe understanding our hunter-gatherer past will help us understand ourselves better?? I find this much more productive than the typical “12K years ago agriculture happened!!! It was incredible. Before then we hunted and stuff but whatever. LOOK! We’’really going to Mars!!!”
    A lot of anthropologists, archaeologists and historians have called the Neolithic (agricultural) Revolution the biggest mistake of mankind. You might want to include some more perspectives. But I guess there is always more to cover in a medium like a video, so whatever.

  • vergil the demon

    vergil the demon

    2 dögum síðan

    Even though past had it's own fun and future will have it's own fun, but I think I am born in a very happy and good generation

  • Φίλιππος Κωτππουλος

    Φίλιππος Κωτππουλος

    3 dögum síðan

    Did you seriously type history in greek like that , because I am greek and its spelled ιστορία

  • Kasper Malmivirta

    Kasper Malmivirta

    3 dögum síðan

    Every Kurzgesagt video is like a piece of art

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  • s4rc4st0m

    s4rc4st0m

    4 dögum síðan

    i’m not sure our civilization remembers what the handspinners were used for.

  • RuralRocket 8713

    RuralRocket 8713

    5 dögum síðan

    Great story because it's so emotionaly happy sad

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    fathimath azza

    5 dögum síðan

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  • RDSyafriyar

    RDSyafriyar

    7 dögum síðan

    "Despite all the achievements of civilisation, the human being is still one of the most vulnerable creatures on earth." - Vladimir Putin

  • Biografi

    Biografi

    8 dögum síðan

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  • FeelinGood

    FeelinGood

    8 dögum síðan

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  • ELEMENTAL DISRUPTOR

    ELEMENTAL DISRUPTOR

    8 dögum síðan

    THINK OF AFTER ANOTHER 12000 YEARS A YOUTUBE NARATTOR SAYING
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    WAIT A SEC. DID HE SAID "....ONLY HOPE...."

  • Smoovadatious

    Smoovadatious

    9 dögum síðan

    80-100 years from now future generations will be reading these comments from mostly deceased people.

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    Ali Maestro

    9 dögum síðan

    😢 Very sad.

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    Jessica Little

    10 dögum síðan

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  • He!sara Productions

    He!sara Productions

    10 dögum síðan

    7:10 my theory as to why they started placing seeds in the ground is most likely curiosity. Maybe they saw a squirrel or some other rodent put nuts in the ground and wanted to try it themselves, some people liked it and it became a thing in the background people did besides hunting, maybe during that time meat became scarce so they turned to agriculture more, and it just.. Stayed

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    11 dögum síðan

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    Doc V2

    12 dögum síðan

    from the unga bunga to the corporate jungle

  • RoninofRamen

    RoninofRamen

    12 dögum síðan

    7:10 - "One question remains unanswered, Why?"
    Genesis 3:23
    "So the Lord God banished him from the Garden of Eden *to work the ground* from which he had been taken".
    Not trying to evangelise here, just interesting anthropologically that this question was addressed over 3000 years ago.

  • BladeTheWatcher

    BladeTheWatcher

    12 dögum síðan

    Am I the only one feeling that change occurs faster and faster for Humanity? Innovation on the same scale cost 10,000 years 20,000 years before, then 1000 years 2000 years ago, then 100 years 200 years ago, nowadays we change in 10 years what could have taken 100 years before... is this an illusion, or this is the phenomenon responsible for intelligent life disappearing in a flash every time? Maybe the time scale we're using is not correct - we should be using logarithmic or exponential scale, for example?

  • Suraj Gupta

    Suraj Gupta

    12 dögum síðan

    The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.~~ NikolaTesla

  • Sean Kwok

    Sean Kwok

    12 dögum síðan

    7:08 It's possible that the ancient people wanted more certainty for their kids so that they would always have a constant supply of food even if it wasn't as diverse, because from time to time nature could yield less food or things could happen, so it's always safer for an ancient parent to know that they have farmed food to fall back on for their kids.
    (This is a concept from Sapiens by the way, not my idea)

  • Ludvig Bohlin

    Ludvig Bohlin

    13 dögum síðan

    Imagine how much we could learn as individuals if we could travel back 12,000 years or even a million years

  • Ludvig Bohlin

    Ludvig Bohlin

    13 dögum síðan

    Imagine if you had the ability to time travel. You could time travel back 1 million years and still see humans. I think many, myself included, have forgotten how long we've been on this earth compared to our lifespan.

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    Yolanda Shikers

    13 dögum síðan

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    Bhattacharyya Aditi

    13 dögum síðan

    Probably humans wont be living 12 thousand years years later at the rate of pollution today.

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    ITzGio XD

    13 dögum síðan

    My descendants are gonna have a blast looking at my SAT scores

  • Kratelox

    Kratelox

    13 dögum síðan

    3:15 that laughing really hit me. Made me rethink everything
    Edit: I need help. I am having an existential crisis and I’m not kidding. I have been crying

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    14 dögum síðan

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    Joshua Holmberg

    14 dögum síðan

    Can we all just take a moment to appreciate the phenomenal score of this video, and many of their other videos. It even had me inspired during the advertising at the end

  • maciejka

    maciejka

    15 dögum síðan

    imagine that amogus meme will be a masterpiece in a few thousand years

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    Home Alone

    15 dögum síðan

    Thank you god for creating me.

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    FS FSG

    15 dögum síðan

    Sad

  • Briefcase Gaming

    Briefcase Gaming

    15 dögum síðan

    imagine the find the meme saying the longer the icon of sin is on earth the stronger it will become and they dont think thats its a meme or a video game but rather a warning that something is godlike is on earth and if they dont stop it it will become stronger

  • Tamilla Igidova

    Tamilla Igidova

    15 dögum síðan

    I wish you also would have brought up the downsides that came with the agricultural revolution and our transition from being hunter-gatherers. Before the revolution we lived in highly egalitarian tribes, both between people in general but also between men and women. We were healthier, cooperated more etc. After the revolution 10000 years ago, hierarchy was invented and with it also patriarchy, slavery and wars etc. seems like in some ways things were better the way we lived for almost 200000 years. Obviously we built civilizations and we should be grateful for the progress our ancestors achieved, but our hunter-gatherer ancestors should definitely be admired for their better and more peaceful qualities. Likewise in the future, our descendants should be grateful to us but also criticize us for the destruction we have brought.

  • Screee123

    Screee123

    16 dögum síðan

    the most probable answer for the reason humans started farming was because it was a guaranteed food source

    • Screee123

      Screee123

      9 dögum síðan

      @Anthony Higham with that its not the decision to start farming that humanity went wrong its that most of the world leaders are dipshits and dont really think about the future

    • Anthony Higham

      Anthony Higham

      12 dögum síðan

      @Screee123 My only point is humanity made a terrible mistake moving from the hunter gatherer society to one based on localised food production. Just about everything that is wrong with the world today can be traced back to it. Although I'd have to say the change was probably inevitable.

    • Screee123

      Screee123

      12 dögum síðan

      @Anthony Higham also what you said after plentiful i feel was a bit irrelevant

    • Screee123

      Screee123

      12 dögum síðan

      @Anthony Higham im not saying food wasnt plentiful im saying it was more reliable to farm

    • Anthony Higham

      Anthony Higham

      15 dögum síðan

      No, food was plentiful but as a member of a small group you had to help out in getting it otherwise you would be rejected. Agriculture meant a lazy minority could rely on the majority to do the work. This led to a ruling class which became self-perpetuating. Control over a localised food supply meant a power base. Just look at any society today, who does the actual work?

  • Anthony Higham

    Anthony Higham

    16 dögum síðan

    The first Agricultural Revolution was the worst move humanity ever made. The hunter/gatherers lived a much more fulfilling life. It is estimated they only "worked" three days out of seven, had a rich and varied diet and were virtually disease free. They lived in a real version of the garden of Eden.
    Religion was invented to govern and socially control the newly created concentration of humans. Accountants were created to keep track of food production which lead to local power structures and warfare.
    Just about everything that is wrong in the modern world can be traced back to the development of agriculture and yet we are sold the lie that it was a "good" thing.

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    16 dögum síðan

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    Citrus Wilson

    16 dögum síðan

    I plan on writing letters on rock, number them on the back, & wonder what future generations or aliens would think of it.

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    Victor Vo

    16 dögum síðan

    I saw one of the top comments that said the future generations will discover memes as a masterpiece and I really thought about it.
    Since memes are very difficult to understand without context, are linked to each other and express a variety of cultures and related to events happened in that time period, in the future there could be a serious subject taught in schools or colleges called "meme study" or "memology"

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    Typical

    16 dögum síðan

    people are brain dead

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    Steve and Jenny

    17 dögum síðan

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    Florian REINHART

    17 dögum síðan

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    The Warrior cat fan

    17 dögum síðan

    For Future people
    This was made in 2021
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      Cr0sad3r

      7 dögum síðan

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      15 dögum síðan

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      The Warrior cat fan

      17 dögum síðan

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    17 dögum síðan

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    Angry Playz

    17 dögum síðan

    I swear if my grandkids see all these stupid things we all said they would be shocked and depressed

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    18 dögum síðan

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  • Wurmīzbanô -

    Wurmīzbanô -

    18 dögum síðan

    The neolithic/agricultural revolution was the worst thing that has ever happened to humanity and also and first and formost for all earth.

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    Tymonello

    18 dögum síðan

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    18 dögum síðan

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    19 dögum síðan

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  • Rajat Kumar

    Rajat Kumar

    19 dögum síðan

    History will have more page's in their books

  • JellyPopp

    JellyPopp

    19 dögum síðan

    do you realy tink the human race is gonna be on earth in 12000 years? if we havent killed us self we have outgrown earth by population or disease and famin

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    BeyondWrittenWords

    19 dögum síðan

    Someone recorded years of VHS tapes from 80's television, now it's digitized. People 10'000 years from now can access this audiovisual info in fraction of a second. No need digging soil

    • Skippy

      Skippy

      18 dögum síðan

      We’ve already lost the originals of Apollo 11. The digital records will probably have been lost or be in formats we don’t understand.

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    Enzo Cignetti

    19 dögum síðan

    There’s two quintessential human traits that are key factors in all of this. Our desire to explore new places, and our desire to have a place to call home

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    19 dögum síðan

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    20 dögum síðan

    This video always make me emotional, I still don't know why and what type of emotion it is but still it feels emotional. Fun fact just now I noticed, this video came on my Birthday. So though it's late to say but still thanks for the 18th Birthday gift @Kurzgesagt

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    Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan

    20 dögum síðan

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  • VarVarith

    VarVarith

    20 dögum síðan

    Another reason of agrocultural revolution is political: The military mightiest nomadic tribes were able to have enough slaves, who were put to hard and unforgiving job of farming for the benefit of the elit of the tribe which have transformed into the army and nobility of this new proto-empire (that was about the size of small county by later standards.) This is evident by preserved tradition of slavery(sometimes called serfdom or peasantry), remnants of which can even be found in modern documents and laws (All the wild swans in the England are the property of the Crown)

  • Ammad Daud

    Ammad Daud

    20 dögum síðan

    yes

  • LateTapeTai

    LateTapeTai

    20 dögum síðan

    I think they just gave up that way of life just because it’s how they knew they survived and life just seemed better and now we’re just stuck withy that mindset

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    Tere

    20 dögum síðan

    Love the visuals on this channel

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    Xeno

    20 dögum síðan

    12,000 years in the future these archaeologists trying to figure out who you were while Queen Elizabeth is his assistant.

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    20 dögum síðan

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    20 dögum síðan

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    alpha omega

    20 dögum síðan

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  • T Potter

    T Potter

    20 dögum síðan

    I feel like hunting back then was way more of a grind than farming.

  • Candy

    Candy

    20 dögum síðan

    The future generations will scoff at the fact that’s e had hierarchical structures like capitalism and how everyone isn’t treated equally

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    Got Pho?

    21 degi síðan síðan

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    Zangief ☭

    21 degi síðan síðan

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    Chuppo laf

    21 degi síðan síðan

    Mum the cartoon bird guys are giving me an exsatantial crisis

  • Nourat A.

    Nourat A.

    21 degi síðan síðan

    This is so interesting

  • 1

    1

    21 degi síðan síðan

    It's giving me existential crisis to think about humans in prehistoric times.
    They had reason, felt things and yet their world was static, one thousand years later everything will have been the same as one thousand years before

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    22 dögum síðan

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  • Poi

    Poi

    22 dögum síðan

    Unpopular Opinion: I highly doubt that everything in the past went down as peacefully as pictured in this video.
    That said: I love the channel and all the videos you guys produce. It is unbelievable that such great content is free of access for anybody in the world.
    Keep up the good work!

  • Farrukh Kamal

    Farrukh Kamal

    24 dögum síðan

    I tear up every time i watch this video. It is beautiful

  • Nightrays

    Nightrays

    24 dögum síðan

    Thank you for all these great videos 💗❤🌸 my deepest love to you guys from iraq

  • IVSCRE

    IVSCRE

    24 dögum síðan

    Darth Vader mask could be an ancient debris. Nice touch to the video. 👌

  • Kevin Dube

    Kevin Dube

    24 dögum síðan

    Who gets a weird motivation boost from videos about this & sort of feeling of “maybe things aren’t so bad around me” 🤔

  • Sushi

    Sushi

    25 dögum síðan

    How humans come up with the concept of god ? 🙄

    • Sushi

      Sushi

      16 dögum síðan

      @Wiktor Machthat's why I asked because I'm also in between science and belief. Science make sense and god theory doesn't

    • Wiktor Mach

      Wiktor Mach

      17 dögum síðan

      @Sushi I don’t really see what does that have to do with anything, but personally I am somewhere in between of believing and not. I believe in science, however I do believe that the higher being exists somewhere in the distance, someone that created the most basic laws of the universe and just left it to do it’s own thing. So in short: it’s hard to explain 😅

    • Sushi

      Sushi

      17 dögum síðan

      @Wiktor Mach thankyou for explaining.. but are you believer or atheist??

    • Wiktor Mach

      Wiktor Mach

      20 dögum síðan

      The various concepts of God came up because our ancestors had the same mindset as we do today: the need to know everything. Back then the science and technology was far less advanced than what we have today, so people would often try to understand things they couldn’t by simply making a logical explanation that would answer their question. From the logical point of view, a higher being was a decent answer: it explained everything that humans wanted to know: how does the world work, why is it that way and not the other , how morality works, how did we get there. Nowadays, we have the same problem, however now the science and technology is so advanced that we managed to debunk most of our ancestor’s beliefs. The problem is, our world is so complex we will never find an answer for certain things. We can trail the existence of universe right to it’s beginning before time was even created, however we’ll never answer why it happened. What caused the big bang, why did it happen that way and not the other? And what was before the big bang that would build a foundation for the event that created us and everything we’ll ever see touch and do. God will always be a “placeholder”, and explanation of something we don’t understand until we get advanced enough to be able to get a more specific answer. That’s why I’ll never understand the fights between a religious people and atheists. Like, no matter what arguments you will say, the god will still be there, serving the same purpose as 200 000 years ago: an answer, an explanation of something we are unable to understand

  • Hasioc

    Hasioc

    26 dögum síðan

    I just hope the internet will still exist in 12 000 years, because without it, they would have no way of finding out what our life and culture was actually like 💁‍♀️

  • Zanthar Tarren

    Zanthar Tarren

    26 dögum síðan

    What if most of human civilisation ends witha nuclear war and then the survivors have to restart everything again ?