15 Incredible Recent Discoveries

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    Even though we’ve been living on this planet for thousands of years, we’re still a long way from discovering everything about it. Sometimes, we find something that’s been hidden or buried for hundreds, or even thousands of years, and changes the way we think about our own history. Here are some truly incredible recent discoveries that have shed fresh light on the past.
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  • Tracy Brady
    Tracy Brady 2 hours ago

    youtube please stop playing this video so much

  • Morgana0x .000
    Morgana0x .000 17 hours ago +1

    I loved the video but would have liked a little more information about the finds. You cut so quickly from one to the next.

  • Mike Rotch
    Mike Rotch 20 hours ago

    The awful loud music and record amount of super quick cuts between even quicker clips have made this unwatchable.

  • Da_ReDMaN1
    Da_ReDMaN1 Day ago

    Why couldn't the hand have been a wealthy persons prosthetic? It wouldvr just been for show as they wouldn't have needed to work

  • JungleINSECt Spikewall

    So basiclly eskimos hunted the last dire bears ?

  • Nunov Yrbznes
    Nunov Yrbznes Day ago

    This videomaker apparently belongs to that intellectually deficient generation that has to have fingerpoppin' "music" going night and day. It's almost like a form of masturbation for them. Extremely annoying. I shut it down half way through.

  • Canal de misterio 4

    i like things like that

  • Gamer God26
    Gamer God26 2 days ago

    2:32 I have 2 theories, in case anyone is randomly scrolling through the comments; Maybe this "armoured dino" actually lived in caves... I don't know why THIS particular dino out of the many recently discovered, maybe because everyone always assumes they live above ground. Or has anyone ever believed that Dino's maybe never even really existed? Who's to say that all these bones aren't just clusters of dead animal remains after some sort of colossal event? Just some random dudes thoughts though, no need to fight me against them or be so defensive as to why these theories are incorrect....

    • JungleINSECt Spikewall
      JungleINSECt Spikewall Day ago

      Gamer God26 that and ofcourse it armor that probally resisted the pressur

    • JungleINSECt Spikewall
      JungleINSECt Spikewall Day ago

      Gamer God26 a more likely reason why the skeleton aint all flat is probally because it was a pretty young one (speaking of age for a fossil) and it prob was burried way higher at the surface so less presure and the type of rock also probally had to do with it

    • JungleINSECt Spikewall
      JungleINSECt Spikewall Day ago

      Gamer God26 well its be rlly rlly big coinsidence if we found the exact same clusters more then once and in diffrent sizes now wouldnt it ? And also you can dna test to see that its 1 animal so yes we are sure they existed and the reason im pretty sure a species related to the ankylosaurus didnt live in a cave or underground is the fact it ate a metric shit ton of grass every day and grass need light to do fotosynthesis and you cant do that in caves. Yes it could possible eat shrooms but there would never be enough shroom and being big a slugish in a a enviorment where veing small and nibble is te best option doesnt rlly seem like evolution would allow. You only evolve to be armored if you put all your points into defense to protect you from big predators when you grazing on a field

  • KRAZTV
    KRAZTV 3 days ago

    miner got screwed out of the dinosaur!

  • Neal
    Neal 3 days ago +4

    FYI that IS NOT the original formation of stone henge. They were moved to "look nicer". This is a pretty well known fact I thought

    • Neal
      Neal 15 hours ago +1

      @scott mcadam lmao

    • scott mcadam
      scott mcadam 15 hours ago

      wms72 yeah but which bawbag comment is true ? Your comment lacks directive response and resultantly is unspecified as to the desired opinion .

    • wms72
      wms72 21 hour ago

      True

    • scott mcadam
      scott mcadam Day ago

      "look nicer" :)
      Stolen by the thieving English !

  • M E
    M E 3 days ago

    This is an interesting video, thankfully free of aliens and ancient astronauts, but have you noticed that nearly every shot is full of men? The last I checked, there were plenty of women involved in building, cooking, brewing, mathematics, writing, culture throughout the ages. Not to mention, many women appear in modern movies, which is where you are getting most of these shots from. Please make these vids a bit more realistic and inclusive in the future!

    • Jonas S
      Jonas S 3 days ago +1

      M E omfg fucking sjw

  • Moochacha
    Moochacha 3 days ago

    FACT re Stonehenge... the stones have NOT been standing there for thousands of years... they erected it from fallen stones in a pattern they ‘thought’ was correct... that happened last century, you can see pictures online of them arranging the stones into place in the 1930’s?(don’t quote me on that date exactly, you’ll find correct date when researching for yourself 😊)
    I’m just reminding people, things are not as they are being told... this FACT always gets omitted from videos on RU-clip about Stonehenge!

    • M E
      M E 3 days ago

      That was a restoration. Do you really think that none of the world's historical sites were ever restored? The Statue of Liberty was restored in the 1980's - does that mean she's a fake, as well? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stonehenge#Archaeological_research_and_restoration

  • doyouevenknowwhoiam ?

    boring

  • Rob L
    Rob L 4 days ago

    2:49 @funforlouis.

  • Arnold Polin
    Arnold Polin 4 days ago

    What a crock, wheat is a native American plant. When have you ever seen in the deserts of the middle east, lush wheat fields? Another thing missing in the area is the native invention , the orno , or oven. Which was used to bake bread. It's a dome in two parts , about six feet tall. The upper part is the baking area; the lower part is the fire place. These devices do not exist in the old world. King james, not to be out done, by the natives; penciled into scripture corn, wheat.

    • M E
      M E 3 days ago

      Literally in the 2nd paragraph of Wikipedia's wheat entry: "The archaeological record suggests that wheat was first cultivated in the regions of the Fertile Crescent around 9600 BCE. "

  • Arnold Polin
    Arnold Polin 4 days ago

    How convenient that history goes back two thousand years. Civilization on this planet goes back millions of years. With uninterrupted progress , until the sons of God came here and destroyed the high tech , and global civilization.

  • Joel W
    Joel W 6 days ago

    Full CORPO crap

  • Marathon Flow
    Marathon Flow 6 days ago

    All the continents were once submerged

  • STOP IT SKIIIUUUP
    STOP IT SKIIIUUUP 7 days ago

    Soon as i heard him say, "110 million years" I immediately STOP WATCHING!!!! Ain't no dam WAY!!! This earth is that dam old!!! SMH

  • Dan
    Dan 7 days ago

    We only being here for 6 thousand years ... come on.

  • M Tsu
    M Tsu 7 days ago +3

    Human history is a giant lie with hidden true. Our societies and organisations have interests to keep it that way to manipulate humans. Thanks to internet so much as came out but unfortunately few understand or realize the previous information. Most have spent to long in the cage to realise that the door has been open all along! (Food for thoughts) 😉

    • eleora I.S.
      eleora I.S. 3 days ago

      Human history is a giant lie with hidden *truths*.

  • Monte Carvalo
    Monte Carvalo 7 days ago +2

    IT would help if you stop inserting random Hollywood crap into real footage of what you're supposedly talking about. It's unwatchable and the music is annoying.

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  • LazynewNEO le93nds
    LazynewNEO le93nds 8 days ago

    So m as my fake facts......

  • Emil Rieser
    Emil Rieser 8 days ago

    They say that the Australian Aboriginals were baking bread 30,000 years ago.

  • A. Stevens
    A. Stevens 10 days ago

    F U C K Y O U Gramarly, cram it in your lily ass.

  • Karl Fulton
    Karl Fulton 10 days ago

    F'FRST NOTICED 30 YEARS AGO. '?.. ARE YOU FOR REAL.?.. I THINK.. WE.. THE ENGLISH. '.. FORST NOTICED OUR STONE CIRCLES WHEN THEY WERE ERECTED.... PLAMK.?!

  • SandBloxBuilds
    SandBloxBuilds 10 days ago +8

    They found a bronze hand...
    *picture of thanos pops up in head*

  • Rich Mitchell
    Rich Mitchell 11 days ago +1

    7:30. ... Hahaha, where are you getting your information?! Helen was abducted/seduced by Paris, it was her husband that got in the "disagreement" with him. The Romans have nothing to do with the trojan war, a bronze age greek mythical story set 1000 years before Rome was built. "moved on to Greece after troy fell." How about editing and fact checking?

  • Only Child life
    Only Child life 11 days ago +3

    Dinos arent that old .RU-clip Trey Smith. Noah . MINDBLOWN.! Watch it.

  • Jami's Huskies
    Jami's Huskies 12 days ago +1

    The bronze hand belongs to Jamie lannister from Game of Thrones🤣🤣🤣

  • Tim Nicholas
    Tim Nicholas 12 days ago +5

    When in Rome do as the Romans do. Build over ancient sites and call them your own.

  • Zen
    Zen 12 days ago

    your background music is shite and distracting. fail.

  • Jim Pyre
    Jim Pyre 13 days ago

    Awesome work. You have a new subscriber.

  • Sa Hu
    Sa Hu 13 days ago

    How do Dinosaurs Mate ?

  • Craig Pettit
    Craig Pettit 13 days ago

    Wow! So Helen wife of the king of Sparta got into a disagreement with Paris. Hmm that really was not the best way to structure your statement. It makes it sound like Helen and Paris got into a disagreement instead of Paris and King Menelaus got into a disagreement over Helen of Troy starting the Trojan War according to Homer's Iliad. I am being overly critical I know because almost everyone knows the story but if I didn't know the way he said it would have confused me.

  • onii-chan 69xD
    onii-chan 69xD 13 days ago +3

    stone hedge was a ancient are shit post. im a time traveler and helped build it, so id know

  • Imix Tons o stuff
    Imix Tons o stuff 14 days ago

    I dont know why we call it doscovering you are literally just refinding things that got buried throught time and forgotten

  • Dougie Quick
    Dougie Quick 14 days ago +2

    Lost city found....new school? CANCELLED ....sorry kids this is a potential tourism money bonanza!

    • JungleINSECt Spikewall
      JungleINSECt Spikewall Day ago

      Dougie Quick its not only about the money but also presevation of relics of the past cuz you cant exactly pic up the acient city and move it. I just hope people didnt lose their homes to it

  • michael larocca
    michael larocca 14 days ago

    That flute found in China made of bone is an American Indian flute. It is turned in a pentatonic scale and I’ve been playing them since I was five! I could walk in that museum and play that thing like I owned it my whole life! But apologies this mad white world doesn’t wanna know about the truth of the aborigines that came before and invented everything for them! No they’d rather ostracize and kick us out of society and play pretend that they invented everything we die every day for for the last 500 years here!

  • michael larocca
    michael larocca 14 days ago

    Amazes me how Caucasian Europeans have no respect for the ancient sites of the world. Hard to believe they built a town in one of the stone circles!Have they no shame???

  • michael larocca
    michael larocca 14 days ago

    Love your channel though!

  • Doreen Mitchell
    Doreen Mitchell 15 days ago

    I had a dream about a man that saved me from a dinosaur

  • Td Touchdown
    Td Touchdown 15 days ago

    0:34 thanos

  • Tyler Hall
    Tyler Hall 15 days ago +2

    The first one is thanos' glove

  • vSKEESc
    vSKEESc 15 days ago

    Did he say detecorist?

  • King Rez
    King Rez 15 days ago

    Infinity glove

  • Robert Abell
    Robert Abell 15 days ago

    We get paid to know.

  • Robert Abell
    Robert Abell 15 days ago

    Goes to show we don’t get paid to think?

  • TheMangledTriangle
    TheMangledTriangle 15 days ago

    1:36 the guy is matching the music

  • frank brown
    frank brown 15 days ago

    The most overused and over abused thing in America, is the word, "INCREDIBLE". A caterpillar changing into a butterfly is incredible, a downed aeroplane isn't. They are littered all over the place due to man's proclivity for killing each other in ever more efficient ways. We are exhorted to recycle tin cans, yet litter the bottom of the oceans with millions of tons of sunken ships. America uses millions of gallons of fuel to go around the world to plunder even more of the world's oil reserves, and uses most of it to go plundering even more. ARE WE ALL INSANE AND ONLY THINK WE ARE INTELLIGENT ?.

  • Moth Willowtree
    Moth Willowtree 15 days ago +1

    Tenea is located in Greece near the city of Corinth. The slaves who founded the city were from Tenedos island, and were taken captives after the Troyan war. Also the finds there suggest that the site already existed during the Archaic period. Parts of the Roman phase were unearthed ( 2016-2018) and are visible on the photos.
    Please check your sources. I am an archaeologist from the Tenea Project team and I suggest you read the official announcement made by the ministry of culture of Greece.

    • Moth Willowtree
      Moth Willowtree 18 hours ago

      I don't need to prove anything. I happen to be part of the team but that does not matter. What matters is that the facts presented here are wrong, so if you are interested you can search the source I suggested ( our official announcement through the ministry of culture)

    • JungleINSECt Spikewall
      JungleINSECt Spikewall Day ago

      Moth Willowtree nice and all but how can you prove you actually part of the team ?

  • Alexander Choo
    Alexander Choo 15 days ago

    7:40 Trojan war did not start because of conflict between Paris and Helena and it happened 13th century BC and Troy was gone over 1000 years by the time of the Rome became into power. That city is either Greek or Persian

  • Dustin Ryckman
    Dustin Ryckman 16 days ago

    It’s a hidden blade... duh....

  • ForkInTheRoad
    ForkInTheRoad 16 days ago

    Any piece of history said to be "33" something, is a lie.

  • JNelson Performance
    JNelson Performance 17 days ago

    The earth is not millions of years old if you believe the Bible that is which I do!

    • Brendon Massey
      Brendon Massey 15 days ago

      See, there's even doubt about the Bible, and it's story

    • Tim Dolan
      Tim Dolan 15 days ago

      I feel like he could have created it with "built-in" age, if you will. Like how it seems Adam was not created as a new born infant. But... I tend to doubt it. Seems more likely the earth is young and we are not as good as we think we are at determining the age of things.

    • Brendon Massey
      Brendon Massey 16 days ago

      Where's the fact that god excited at one point, a book?

  • Celticslegacy17
    Celticslegacy17 17 days ago

    Isn’t stone henge in Scotland homie said England

    • Brendon Massey
      Brendon Massey 16 days ago

      Yet Scotland was England, once upon a time, and some do refer north Britain as Scotland

  • Master of Reality
    Master of Reality 18 days ago

    1:35 I see what you did there.

  • inthebriarpatch
    inthebriarpatch 18 days ago +6

    The way they date dinosaur bones and rocks is thus: The rocks are dated by the bones found in it. And how do they know how old the bones are? By which rock layer in which they are found.
    Carbon dating is crap. Tell the lab how old you want it to be and they will tell you how old it is.

  • inthebriarpatch
    inthebriarpatch 18 days ago

    You can't push the arrival of aborigine arrival to Australia back 18,000 years. The earth is only about 6,000 years old.

  • Samso Nite
    Samso Nite 18 days ago

    dinosaure bones :D :D :D people really believe shit like dinosaures :D :D

  • Ozzy bin Oswald
    Ozzy bin Oswald 18 days ago

    All theories are stupid and without merit. Stop putting on bifocals, walking around in a lab coat, and calling all your wrong guesses "facts."

  • ItsATrap101
    ItsATrap101 18 days ago +1

    A lot of these “facts” are incorrect and can be disproven by actual historical documentation and data, not whatever post he searched for online.

    • Orlando
      Orlando 18 days ago

      EXACTLY!!! This guy is a dick, his findings are mostly unfounded.

  • Michael Yonko
    Michael Yonko 18 days ago

    You're a hypocrite man

  • Craig Bunkle
    Craig Bunkle 19 days ago

    "... we've been on this planet for thousands of years... " ; Thousands? err, what?? Credibility lost in the first 10 seconds, - 10/10 xD

    • - Dopeland -
      - Dopeland - 19 days ago

      I was only listening and I wasn’t sure if I even heard him right

  • Jailen Austin
    Jailen Austin 21 day ago

    thanos

  • clustertheory
    clustertheory 21 day ago

    Wtf is this? Are you just stealing other ppl's video footage and splicing them into your factually inaccurate "fact" videos?

  • Cham Eleon
    Cham Eleon 21 day ago

    Just because they had wheat and barley doesn't mean they had beer... That is a logical fallacy.

    • Isaac Browning
      Isaac Browning 21 day ago

      ummm...It does. as fermented water and barley would have been safer to drink than stagnant water. you really should look into this subject. Lot of evidence suggest that agriculture started originally to make beer. beer came before Everything.

  • Universal G
    Universal G 22 days ago

    Im stopping this video right after the second "thousands of years" I heard. Some of the oldest excavated artifacts are over 1million years old. And im not sure if I believe it but I stumbled across a video that stared a mortar and pestle tested and dates 4 million years old. Soooooo. Also been seeing a lot of informational videos explaining that there are new discoveries that rewrite what we know about prehistoric times.

  • Bob Greene
    Bob Greene 22 days ago

    Nice work-- a well-spoken, clear delivery. The Black Sea archeological site is a treasure chest for knowledge about ancient seafaring technology.

  • Cat Boy04
    Cat Boy04 22 days ago

    First one is the infinity gauntlet

  • Matt Wessels
    Matt Wessels 23 days ago

    we haven't been on the earth for more than 6000 years, do ur research

  • Sandy Kern
    Sandy Kern 23 days ago

    Easter island statues are called Moai and Maui is an island in the Hawaiian archipelago. A little research goes a long way to making you look not stupid.

  • Mu Loe
    Mu Loe 23 days ago

    That dinosaur is not new

  • Lil Radd Entertainment

    I dont like how you keep saying KELTS. But the rest of the vid is awesome.

  • GDGallera
    GDGallera 24 days ago

    1:37 synced

  • Mr Seymour Bunz
    Mr Seymour Bunz 24 days ago +3

    Stoned Circles started with a dude, a guitar and a joint

    • MsG.
      MsG. 16 days ago

      While naked

    • jayjay nezmerize
      jayjay nezmerize 24 days ago

      ...and a harp.

    • Mr Seymour Bunz
      Mr Seymour Bunz 24 days ago

      And probably started somewhere around Haight/Ashburry in the mid 20th Century

  • blackopman1
    blackopman1 24 days ago +1

    We work underground coal mining in Newcastle N.S.W. Heard the boys found a fossilized turtle about 10ft long and full visible shell. The crew shut down mining and told boss up on surface and he told crew to keep cutting coal as it was a Coal mine not a dino dig. Never to be seen again.

    • Fran Tabor
      Fran Tabor 22 days ago

      those miners had more brain power than the boss.

  • Warren Bennett
    Warren Bennett 24 days ago

    Grandfunkrailroadasaurus.

  • Alexander Choo
    Alexander Choo 25 days ago +5

    Wow, do some more research. you have too many wrong historical info that your video is unbelievable

  • SPARTAN A98
    SPARTAN A98 25 days ago

    Idk what this song is but i like it and want to know the name

  • Arturo Salazar
    Arturo Salazar 26 days ago

    Thank you for everything

  • lykakos11
    lykakos11 26 days ago +5

    "the Roman's fleed to Greece, after Troy fell" WTF???????

  • Dizzy
    Dizzy 26 days ago

    I know who built stonehenge!

  • Maxwell Howig
    Maxwell Howig 26 days ago

    Yay, two ass cracks ten seconds in :)

  • Kit 1982
    Kit 1982 26 days ago +1

    6:25 The internet in a nutshell. A few hours of reading blogs written at "see spot run" levels, or watching videos with production quality so low its painful, and you're a "self-educated expert".

  • *Wonka*
    *Wonka* 27 days ago +1

    You can tell this guy only half-ass paid attention in school."Stonehenge now has competition" 8:16 you should NOT mix Flintstone vitamins and ignorance..just tryna help yah dawg p.s. dont go to north korea theyll catch you " looking around" ROFL at "discovery of the concept zero" yeah I realize now EXACTLY

  • *Wonka*
    *Wonka* 27 days ago +4

    That gay elevator music kills what would have been a decent presentation...but whats an odd fact you said Funk discovered a stagasurous ..of which I to, discovered in the first grade from Mrs. Hammonds assistant. Also at Red Mountain museum you mormonmoronadon.

  • funk toon
    funk toon 27 days ago

    0:11 *"... or even thousands of years"*
    uhhhh... somebody must have failed earth science class... yeah... humans and dinosaurs were around the same time... sure!

  • Ty Smith
    Ty Smith 27 days ago

    Just because humans and animals inhabitated Australia for thousands of years side by side doesn't mean humans didn't drive out the fauna. If anything it makes the case that humans killed off the animals even stronger.

  • bongoboyj
    bongoboyj 27 days ago

    Watching stuff like this makes my brain feel like its expanding and floating lol. Awesome stuff.

  • Sa Co
    Sa Co 28 days ago

    whats the song playing in the beginning in the background?

  • No Collar Crypto
    No Collar Crypto 28 days ago

    Yeah that dinosaur skeleton can be up to 999,999 years old. Not a single year older.

  • Asha Bryant
    Asha Bryant 29 days ago

    Came here because I wanted the thumbnail to be a dragon. *sigh* It’s just another dinosaur

  • Fuzzy Butkus
    Fuzzy Butkus 29 days ago

    Hand made for a king who couldn’t wack off thinking about his queens sister. True story.

  • Egle Davidsoniene
    Egle Davidsoniene 29 days ago

    Antropology and archeology is so usefull and sweet in this video............ true true true truth......