Urbanization on Earth from 3700 BC - 2000 AD

Watch cities spread over the planet in the last 5,000 Years

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+4 1. ChuckMaurice commented 5 years ago

What I don't get is what are the criterias to tell when a city becomes a city as they don't appear as if by magic. In other words : when is it considered a town and no more an antic hamlet or a medieval small village and appear as such on the video (great video though) ?
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+5 2. kirkelicious commented 5 years ago

I do not like how historical facts and mythical narratives, like the israelites beeing led out of egypt by moses, are mixed in this video.
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+3 3. snotraddict commented 5 years ago

3:10 looks like Missile Command. :D
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+3 4. gremlinbyname commented 5 years ago

I think i played this game in the 90s :/
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+3 5. go20 commented 5 years ago

Much of the places and dates are wrong...
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0 6. repcentbl commented 5 years ago

Lol , St. Louis in 1000 AD :D :D :D
Established by Comanches or Arapaho ? :P
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0 7. Natan_el_Tigre commented 5 years ago

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+1 8. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

I love timelines like that, even if some dates are slightly off, it gives you the big picture of the development of civilization.
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+2 9. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

#8 What it doesn't do is show which parts of the globe are still living in the dark ages having rejected civilization :|
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-1 10. tiggfigg commented 5 years ago

WTF nothing about 9/11?
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+1 11. dopsy commented 5 years ago