100 Years in 10 Minutes

1911 - 2011

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Exclusive original recordings, except for ''14.Apr.1912 Sinking of Titanic''(movie) and ''31.Oct.1952 Explosion of the first hydrogen bomb (another explosion and not Ivy Mike).

1.Track: Hans Zimmer - Dark Knight - End Credits
2.Track: Hans Zimmer - Inception - The Dream Is Collapsing
3.Track: Hans Zimmer - Last Samurai - Final Charge
4.Track: Hans Zimmer - PoC Am Ende der Welt - One Day

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+24 1. thoruus commented 8 years ago

Simply amazing, but way too much pain.
And I would like to see the next 100 years...
Well, lets hope for the best.
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+26 2. dushan commented 8 years ago

2012. looks promising :|
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+11 3. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

Title should be "100 years of Human Violence and Disasters" (not the moonlanding btw.)
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+6 4. PlayaX commented 8 years ago

hmmm yes.... 2012?? :S
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+15 5. FatalBaboon commented 8 years ago

#1 The next 100 years? How much we bet it's gonna be the very same madness?
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+9 6. irishgek commented 8 years ago

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wars_involving_the_United_States

Now there's a list to be proud of...........
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+3 7. thoruus commented 8 years ago

#5: 100$? ;) hoping for the best but expecting the worst, i'm 34, chances to see 2112 - null :(
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+3 8. funkyging commented 8 years ago

this world sickens me with its violence and destruction
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+20 9. Oddi commented 8 years ago

Yeah..Lewinsky Scandal 8:56 ...thats something worth mentioning among som big wars and disasters...hahahahah
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-4 10. Awaits commented 8 years ago

It may sound odd, but without wars we will still be hitting nuts off the trees with sticks.
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+14 11. c0mmanderKeen commented 8 years ago

No penicillin? End of apartheid? Female rights? Martin luther king? Founding of Israel, Turkey? Discovery of DNA? AIDS?
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+3 12. manxman commented 8 years ago

well that cheered me right up, it can't get any worse.


can it?
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+4 13. jevnik commented 8 years ago

1. did u notice than almost all wars that were shown here had something to do with united states of america.
2. on 8:27 that is not the bosnian war. it was war in witch croatia fought with serbia for independence. bosnia got hurt beacause there is many croatians and serbians in that country. my whole family fought in that war.
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-1 14. ChewableYeti commented 8 years ago

i like bombs
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+4 15. sgtstone5 commented 8 years ago

I'V seen enough. Check please.....
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+3 16. aliennuteteme commented 8 years ago

all our humman history it's about war, war and war again... in 2012 we are at the same level... but we have intelligent bombs a.s.o and no cure for aids and cancer... :|
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+3 17. medicino commented 8 years ago

This video should remind us how much we have accomplish without forgetting how much we have sacrificed, I recommend to you reading the last Steven Pinker book you would be amazed how much violence has declined and how bright our future actually is.
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+3 18. fjwjr commented 8 years ago

So many disasters. Especially 10:04!
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+2 19. ImprsdBySmartVid commented 8 years ago

@13, @6: it's the choice of events of this video and your initial ideas that influence what we say about history.
Many wars involved europeans too, the biggest, WW1 and WW2, were initiated by the europeans (and the japanese), are the americans guilty for everybody else big mistakes?
And for the nowadays issues with islamics countries, should we blame only americans, and/or europeans (colonialism in the old times) or just think a little about freedom usage made by muslim countries during the recent history?

When somebody give votes to war makers, nazis or islamists or whatever mass killers, for sure you obtain war and destruction all over the world. But as for WW2 preparation, the americans/canadians are quiet, far away behind their missile shield still in construction, for some time.

@medicino: I didn't read this book yet, I guess you mean "The Better Angels of Our Nature", http://www.amazon.com/wiki/The_Better_Angels_of_Our_Nature/ref=wp_la_40?ie=UTF8&ingressSource=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FSteven-Pinker%2Fe%2FB000AQ3GGO#cite_note-0, but I have a question: how to deal with differences with archaic people, making wars for ancestral/religious reasons, even when they are much weaker than us?

As @11 said, they forgot Penicillin, Martin Luther King, Israel independence, and I'd like to add Relativity, Quantum theories, end of european colonialism (a very good thing, a bit late however), ... And computer science, and nanotechnologies, and their application to our biology and our health. And don't forget Three Miles Island, Tchernobyl, Fukushima.
I don't know if I should be optimistic or pessimistic.
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+2 20. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

First cruice ship had sunk already this year.
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+2 21. jeffreybenoit16 commented 8 years ago

Moral of the story, Shit Happens
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+4 22. Elmi-a commented 8 years ago

1.No martin Luther King.
2.No 1972 Bloody Sunday Rage of the British Soldiers.
3.No Gaddafi Regime.
4.No End of apartheid.
5.No Somali Civil war and 1991 Independence.
6.No London Underground Bombing.
7.No War in Afghanistan.
8.No London Riots.
9.No Female rights
10.No West Africa Drought and famine.
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-3 23. ZEX983 commented 8 years ago

You forget bombing of Serbia in 1999, but if you put all USA war, video will last for hours.
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+2 24. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#6 & #13 The biggest and most costly wars in this vid involved European countries and the Japanese starting wars that dragged the US in to settle things. Islamist terror attacks made up much of the violence too with attacks against Israel and the US.
#19 Chernobyl and Fukushima were in the vid. Three mile Island was not because it caused no environmental damage.
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+1 25. TechTechTech commented 8 years ago

No mention of the transistor, computers, the world wide web, cell phones, or technology of any type outside of NASA. This video should be called "100 years of war, oh, and a few other things too"
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+2 26. Burimi commented 8 years ago

#23, yes he forgot also the crimes that Serbia commited against his neighbors.
CROATIA, BOSNIA AND REPUBLIC of KOSOVA
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+1 27. cyberdevil commented 8 years ago

No footage of the real progress in the world these past 100 years? Seems like most of the positive events were left out, but it's amazing seeing the chain of events consistently like things. Thing have changed. Have they really? The war this year is online.
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+1 28. schlafanzyk commented 8 years ago

What do we learn from this? You can't really blame the U.S. for depending so much on warfare as a driver of the economy as the shit the rest of the world (especially us Germans) had been doing wasn't exactly minding our own business either...

We have to realize: Law based on personal liberty and rights, justice and due process are fragile and historically young ideas. They can be destroyed by foreign power just as quickly as they can be taken away from powers within. Never give up freedom for security as you will end up losing both. This applies to the internet just as much as it applies to the rest of society. Give us freedom and you will get the best of us. Take it away and you will get the worst of us. Unfortunately, the best of us have not been very politically active over the last few decades. Fortunately, that seems to be changing many places around the world.
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0 29. calzone commented 7 years ago

we are so wonderful people
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0 30. Kevin37200 commented 7 years ago

So ...
2012 ?