Sunday, January 12, 2014

History of the World in Two Minutes


In case you missed it the first time around . . .

Here's an amazing little video -- http://marcbrecy.perso.neuf.fr/history.html

Thanks to my friend Robin for sharing!

11 comments:

Ms. A said...

Have mercy... THAT WAS A LOT FOR TWO MINUTES!

Martin Hodges said...

Neat video, Vicki.

Pat in east TN said...

WOW!

Brian Miller said...

haha. i have a history teacher at school who can do a world history review in 90 seconds for the SOL...its pretty amazing to watch....ha

Deanna said...

Nothing little about that video. Thanks for sharing.

I believe our friend, Osage Bluff Quilter (Patti) is going to be at JCC when you are teaching. I hope you two get to meet. She is a sweet lady. Her hubby is a blacksmith and assisted at one of the classes last year.

Darla said...

I like the painted quality of that first photo; there's detail but also subtlety. And it just sort of rolled down my screen the first time I opened the page. :-)

The video was neat…sad, tragic…but well done.

Inger said...

What will come next, I wonder. Peace on Earth?

Lise said...

That is some video, thanks for sharing!

When are you teaching at JCC? I have the new catalog but didn't see you listed. I imagine it's a writing class...I'd love to know more!

Vicki Lane said...

I'm teaching at JCC in the first week of June 2015 -- not this year.

THis year I'm teaching at Wildacres in July.

Linda said...

Vicki, that is an amazing video! Thank you so much for sharing!

Jim Egerton said...

I'm a little late posting on this. The Kepler Telescope is finding more and more planets with possibilities of life in our on galaxy, but 100,000 years away from us by current rocket speeds.

Maybe "WHEN THE EARTH STOOD STILL" will happen and THEY will come and save us from ourselves,