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Did you know that 1% of the white noise you see on your television is actually background radiation from the Big Bang? From the formation of the earth and the emergence of life, to the advance of man and the growth of civilization, the CGI-driven special HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN TWO HOURS offers viewers a rapid-fire view of 14 billion years of history - an epic story that reveals surprising connections to our daily lives, for the first time in majestic 3D!
This video should be re-titled to: The History of the World in one and a half hours, because that's how much time it takes from beginning to end. Read morePublished 2 days ago by How about that!
I found this single disc DVD, produced by the History Channel, to be very interesting and worthwhile. It's a monumental task to explore 13. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Bryce Babcock
Obviously a very condensed program; how else can the history of the world be explained in 88 minutes? But it is a quality production that I'm sure to enjoy repeatedly.Published 11 days ago by Patrick G.
I really enjoyed this! However, it moved a little too fast and provided way too much information in the 88 minutes provided. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephen B.
I saw this previously on television and bought this from Amazon just to add to my video library and watch again and share with others. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patricia Featherston
It is geared more to the creation of the earth instead of cultures of the world.Published 1 month ago by Nica Cox
If you believe that bacteria has linear thinking than this might be for you. It was a total waste of time. It is just evolutionary clap-trap - not a history of anything.Published 2 months ago by Pickle6
I can’t tell you how refreshing it is to have the ENTIRE history of the world told from a man’s point of view – and talk about intersectionality – from a White, European man’s... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Barbara Kerr