History of the World in 2 minutes.

Below is a video of history of the world in 2 minutes (sometimes graphic).

This is a slightly negative view of the Worlds history.  How did this video make you feel?

I am guessing there are two reaction.  This was accurate and all of the awful things that have happened.

Or, this was editorialized and look how we went through all of this and are still here.

If you asked me 15 years ago, I would say that the right way to look at it was the second way.  But really the best view to have is the one that helps you fulfill your potential and challenge that view often.

 

  • http://www.investingwithoptions.com/ steveplace

    the 20th century was the most peeaceful time in all of humanity

    poverty continues to go down, literacy continues to go up.

    moore’s law still works and being connected increases empathy which means we don’t kill each other as often

    data trump images and scary music any day

    • http://www.traderhabits.com Trader Habits

      Very true, I think we are getting better as a society but awareness is increasing.

  • slopemope

    check today’s date. this is the most peaceful time in the history of the world. all this video proves is the author has a very poor education of history and is likely to repeat preventable mistakes. i guess its his/her life and has the prerogative to waste it.

3 Responses to History of the World in 2 minutes.

  1. steveplace says:

    the 20th century was the most peeaceful time in all of humanity

    poverty continues to go down, literacy continues to go up.

    moore’s law still works and being connected increases empathy which means we don’t kill each other as often

    data trump images and scary music any day

  2. slopemope says:

    check today’s date. this is the most peaceful time in the history of the world. all this video proves is the author has a very poor education of history and is likely to repeat preventable mistakes. i guess its his/her life and has the prerogative to waste it.

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