The Past We Can Never Return To - The Anthropocene Reviewed

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    Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

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    You can listen to all episodes of The Anthropocene Reviewed for free here:
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    In September of 1940, an 18-year-old mechanic named Marcel Ravidat was walking his dog, Robot, in the countryside of Southwestern France when the dog disappeared down a hole. Robot eventually returned but the next day, Ravidat went to the spot with three friends to explore the hole.
    And after quite a bit of digging, they discovered a cave with walls covered with paintings, including over 900 paintings of animals, horses, stags, bison and also species that are now extinct, including a wooly rhinoceros. The paintings were astonishingly detailed and vivid with red, yellow and black paint made from pulverized mineral pigments that were usually blown through a narrow tube, possibly a hollowed bone, onto the walls of the cave. It would eventually be established that these artworks were at least 17,000 years old.

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Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

Ohai everybody! Something different today, make sure to watch it to the end! John Green is reading one of his reviews of our modern world, from his Podcast The Anthropocene Reviewed, which you should check out! https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/anthropocene-reviewed I haven't said this often enough publicly, but John and Hank Green, the Vlogbrothers and first generation science Youtubers are the reason Kurzgesagt exists today. In the very literal sense, that when I saw the first episode of Crash Course World History as a student in university I decided to try to do something similar. Doing Kurzgesagt was very hard for the first few years, for a variety of reasons. What made it easier was the kind advice and real world help we got from John and Hank to make this channel work and not burn out. Over the years we became friends – and to me the genuine nature of their work is still inspiring. My team and I try to do the same with Kurzgesagt. To be driven by the values we believe in and not by the outside world. So when John asked me if we maybe would illustrate and animate one of his essays, it was an easy yes. This is the result and we hope you like it. Thank you for watching and reading – Philipp

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JAVIER SANZ
JAVIER SANZ

Same

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Jaylon Garcia

Yeah

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Morgan Grenewyld
Morgan Grenewyld

Every single time I watch this video it makes me cry. Like even if I try my hardest to not cry, I find my eyes welling with tears. Standing in front of cave paintings or petroglyphs is such a moving experience. And John Green really accurately portrayed why it is so moving. I have tried to explain to people why these things are important or why I feel so emotional, but I never had the words for it. And listening to John is the closest I can get to expressing that overwhelming sense of time. It feels both very distant and yet very intimate. There is another cave in France called Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave. Werner Herzog made a documentary of it called, "Cave of Forgotten Dreams." In that documentary, they interviewed scientists who determined that some of the paintings were 20,000 years old but some were as old as 40,000 years old. And that astonished me because the distance *in time* that we are to the people who made the paintings 20,000 years ago is the same distance *in time* that they were to those of 40,000 years ago. This means the people who made those 20,000-year-old paintings were coming upon paintings in the same way we are now. We often lump time together, thinking that people from 40,000 and 20,000 years ago were relatively close...but they weren't. There were just as many thousands of generations between 40-20 thousand years as there are from 20 thousand to now. Which means they must have looked at those paintings with a similar kind of wonderment. They must have also wondered who the painters were and what they were trying to say. To assume the people of 40,000 years ago were the same as the people as 20,000 years ago would be a mistake. Yes, they may have lived similarly, but I doubt the culture stayed the same in those thousands of years. There is a marked difference between different generations of people today...so many of those ancient people must have been just as perplexed by some of the paintings as we are now. I love these types of videos and I think the graphics complimented John Green's words perfectly.

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God of the gaps
God of the gaps

But the Bible says... Lol

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S W
S W

'Why were they so much more focused on painting animals than painting human forms?' Furries. Furries never change. ...but on a more serious note, perhaps it's simply because... everyone who would see and be able to appreciate the art are humans. There's less novelty to art of humans, because humans and being human is something everyone is all too familiar with. In a way maybe it's similar to the appeal of videogames that allow you to play as non-human things. Animals, robots, dinosaurs, you name it. People want the chance to escape their humanity, if even for a moment. Escapism is as old as time.

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M SREE ABEY VIGNESH
M SREE ABEY VIGNESH

very nice podcast keep it up

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Experiem2 Prime
Experiem2 Prime

Imagine standing on the same ground where people thousands of years stood, oh wait, we are, but we don't realise it.

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Ovoke Jeffery
Ovoke Jeffery

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Dablyw
Dablyw

I almost cry, good job

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Talik
Talik

I effing love this story - I was actually introduced to it via the 99 Percent Invisible podcast and I wanted to show it to other friends and family, but it's so different trying to get someone to listen to something without them getting visually distracted. So I love that there's one of your beautiful animations to accompany it now!

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Big Boss
Big Boss

Boring and artsy-fartsy. Stick to the fantastic space videos, lads.

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Mikel Jaëger
Mikel Jaëger

Imagine the original cave, was also just a copy of another 1 found even b4

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Crystal
Crystal

Interesting video

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IHAAB ELRASCH
IHAAB ELRASCH

❤❤❤

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halitic fpv
halitic fpv

instant tears in my eyes. Don't even know why. Beautiful as always! Also very great song by Epic Mountain

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Store dreng
Store dreng

“We have invented nothing” picasso was wierd

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Arun Sree
Arun Sree

Please do a video on Chthulucene 🌺. I have searched a lot, couldn't find a satisfying answer. I believe you guys could help me.

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Sandra Wong
Sandra Wong

👏👏👏👏👏let's make our time count!

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Abi French
Abi French

And there we go again, ‘we humans are a danger’ to everything and everyone apparently. I don’t believe so but I believe a few humans, those who want us to believe that we are the baddies are themselves the destroyers. So we, humans do not accept your lies and deceits but return them to you.

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Варвара Пугачева
Варвара Пугачева

Please ,please,please make more videos like this one

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TheChaosLp
TheChaosLp

love you guys

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Luis Garcia
Luis Garcia

+1

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Booxwee
Booxwee

"Stop writing quotes in the comment section, please" - Me (10 sec ago)

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Endras Septiano
Endras Septiano

i'm very touched, and enjoying it so much, thank you for sharing..

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Red hood production
Red hood production

Man i don't know if someone will understand this but when he said " Art isn't optional for humans " it completely broke me down as i am an artist and tears couldn't stop coming out of my eyes for a minute

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Red hood production
Red hood production

@dontaskwhy34 do u think i was crying because i didn't understand the meaning of what he said and that's why you explained it to me ? Bro lmao i fucking know what he meant

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dontaskwhy34
dontaskwhy34

he means there's no choice but you are already an artist, everything is art.

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Neigh-o Maize
Neigh-o Maize

I think this video was quite beautiful, made me tear up a little haha

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der muck
der muck

loved it. °❤,~ b in all variations. 👋 ~x~ 👍

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Krzysztof Czołczyński
Krzysztof Czołczyński

"Why are certain areas of the cave filled with images while some aren't" Josh lived there, and painted his piece of wall, obviously

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homecow2000
homecow2000

Definitely different. I love all of your videos and shockingly this is one of my favorites. Maybe you should branch out 👍

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Lunaanix
Lunaanix

Woah that was amazing

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Krishna Mule
Krishna Mule

make one more video on dark matter and dark energy

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Bring Me The Chemical Sirens
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Зоя Паничкина
Зоя Паничкина

Fantastic. Thanks you for that.

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Philippe Rivest
Philippe Rivest

Who thumbs down this really?!

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Kyle Vu
Kyle Vu

Religious people

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Lachlan Davidson
Lachlan Davidson

Creationists

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Andy Lopez
Andy Lopez

I love the feelings brought about by John's message from 6:30 onwards. The music plays a tremendous role in this section as well. Have another listen, would you?

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Deepak Prajapati
Deepak Prajapati

I can see a kinda pain in your voice, is it?

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Pje67 Jwu67

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Mikail Imthiyaz
Mikail Imthiyaz

This video honestly moved me on levels I cannot explain with words, John Green wrote this beautifully.

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elpinikh palaiopanh

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Rhubartu the Saiyan
Rhubartu the Saiyan

That's exactly it. They are just the expression of some human being who wanted to say "I was here, and I was unique" but had no written language to say it with. So.. yeah..

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The Internet Police
The Internet Police

Now I'm gonna make cave paintings of species humans once lived alongside just to fuck with people

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Stevie Jo
Stevie Jo

If it gets worse, we might just return to painting hands on a cave..

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Spencer
Spencer

We dont like john green

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Juan Hernandez
Juan Hernandez

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João Paulo Cavalcante
João Paulo Cavalcante

Vídeo incrível, nos faz refletir sobre nossa humanidade.

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Kastiel
Kastiel

Hey everybody can you tell me why you dislike this video? I am running a study on why you hate this video and one of the categories are Scientific Channels. Keep the comment thread respectful and civil please?

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Daniel Nwacukwu
Daniel Nwacukwu

That was beautiful

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No Name
No Name

Narrator fail: annoying, injecting some bs about his family no one cares about, boring too.

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Maribro
Maribro

Imagine just checking out a cave with your friends and finding untouched history from thousands of years ago. That must’ve been such an incredible and larger than life feeling

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Dylan Wood
Dylan Wood

nothin matters unless you make it

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screwsociety
screwsociety

I thought they only camped outside the cave for a day, but a YEAR?! Even I could never be that committed!! Does anyone know if they have IG or a post of the drawings in the cave???

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Windsor Corbin
Windsor Corbin

Paleolithic human graffiti LOL

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Have_Bike_Will_Gravel
Have_Bike_Will_Gravel

I feel as though if I don’t learn something new, at least every once in a while, my brain will atrophy.

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Alexander McCabe
Alexander McCabe

"We are born knowing life is a magical adventure and it takes them years to train us to think otherwise" - Micheal Malice

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M A
M A

This video is written in such a profound way. Thank you for to whomever wrote this video.

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Depre'nerate
Depre'nerate

Monke

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max cop
max cop

The malicious bean intraoperatively bump because nerve unexpectedly crawl a a separate scissors. kind, hilarious paint

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hunter christensen
hunter christensen

I almost couldn’t tell that this was John Greene Until I increased the speed and turned up the volume.

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Sebastian Moore
Sebastian Moore

I can’t enjoy it the same way without your voice lol

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Doodliver
Doodliver

Humanos: Todo lo que toco perece!!

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EnderZ13
EnderZ13

I'm not crying... _you're_ crying.

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Kreia
Kreia

Why does this give me such strong Unus Annus vibes?

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Zemlak Ismael
Zemlak Ismael

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itzybitzyspyder tv
itzybitzyspyder tv

I'm not crying! You're crying!

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Boe Dahlia-Harvey
Boe Dahlia-Harvey

There’s something really beautiful and nostalgic about this video. It’s nice, I like it!

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Sickeyes
Sickeyes

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Chris Foot
Chris Foot

Thanks for making me cry, fuckhead!

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Blaine Boulet
Blaine Boulet

Damn bro.

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Jalapeño and Banana Productions

Hand

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Janice Bing

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Agnes Hunter

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DirtIsCake
DirtIsCake

1940 in France you say? Shouldn’t there be.... Something else happening?

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W.D. Gaster
W.D. Gaster

Just thought about this, what if all these paintings in caves are actually just a way to show what materials they had at the time, for example since they didn’t know the alphabet or “counting” (possibly) They made their own way of showing what they had for trading purposes. This makes complete sense and also possibly they just got bored during winter, so they drew animals in caves because that was one of their primary sources of nutrition rich food.

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Nic Halabicky
Nic Halabicky

This is beautiful

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Matthew Weinhold
Matthew Weinhold

making me cry jesus christ

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carley hampers
carley hampers

The last part gave me shivers

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Skei
Skei

me and the homies back then chillin and eating raw bison

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jesus christ
jesus christ

Never felt so bad at drawing before. Even a flipping cave man can paint better hands than me.

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WhereBreadAt
WhereBreadAt

And this is coming from our lord and saviour!

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Donbros
Donbros

So that is literally selfies of stone age

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Adam Snyder
Adam Snyder

Apparently you can go to it but they only allow very few visitors in

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Aayan K
Aayan K

Soooo deeeep

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Clayton TSANG [07C2]
Clayton TSANG [07C2]

This is my favourite video of 2020 thank you so much

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Jude Abel Jangnap
Jude Abel Jangnap

"We Have Invented Nothing" That Moved Me

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BPDMF
BPDMF

I bet there are ancient butt prints surrounded by brown paint similarly to how we copy machine butts at times because there's always that one guy.

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B Day
B Day

10000years later,alien how come there are 2 caves with the same arts !!

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illougal nation
illougal nation

It represents a bond. Investigate the North American aboriginals. They also did it on their horses.

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Dragongamer1301
Dragongamer1301

Seeing the hand stencils at Lascaux is the equivalent, to a person finding a drawing you made when you were 5 or 4 or maybe a arts and crafts project that you did in Primary School more than 10,000 years later. That's so cool

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futureneck4life
futureneck4life

Love you John and Hank

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Christian Modigh
Christian Modigh

So beautiful...

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cmdr tremyss
cmdr tremyss

I came here for science, not for the feels... But thank you.

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ridespirals
ridespirals

the part about the two kids camping out front to protect it for a year is really heartwarming.

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Kai Dwyer
Kai Dwyer

thank god someone from the last decade didn't find the cave and litter in it, vandalize it, and deface it by merely being there.

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Minh Nguyen
Minh Nguyen

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Namiko Sai
Namiko Sai

Didn't expect to be crying from an episode of Kurzgesagt... but here I am. Damn, you guys always make great stuff!

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Minwoo An
Minwoo An

Bruh this guy is literally the smartest guy ever

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trickey ione

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Steam Vyrus
Steam Vyrus

Why did the intro about the hand-stencils make me cry

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Steam Vyrus
Steam Vyrus

Update the whole video made me cry

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