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  • čas přidán 31. 10. 2023
  • The Black Sea is a place of great mystery and antiquity. Scientists have found evidence of ancient submerged civilizations in the Black Sea, indicating a sudden rise in sea levels around 6000 BC. Ancient legends describe a time when the oceans rose above the land, causing an entire civilization to vanish beneath the cold waters of this ocean region. Could this be the great flood described in the Bible during the time of Noah?
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Komentáře • 317

  • @moanamason2454
    @moanamason2454 Před 3 měsíci +53

    Fire your sound tech and get the cat to do it, it couldn't get any worse.

    • @User-87469
      @User-87469 Před 3 měsíci +1

      The ocean sounds so majestic

    • @atlantic_love
      @atlantic_love Před 3 měsíci +3

      @@User-87469 The sound is terrible.

    • @MagicalKneeGhrow
      @MagicalKneeGhrow Před 2 měsíci

      Cats are a symbol of white supremacy and slavery.

    • @marv1405
      @marv1405 Před měsícem +1

      Not loud enough to hear so I gave up on lstening. The subject is very interesting to me but this did not help.

  • @bigsilverorb3492
    @bigsilverorb3492 Před 2 měsíci +12

    At 2.63M subscribers, one would think you can afford an audio engineer to avoid stretches where the voice is rendered undecipherable by the music.

    • @MagicalKneeGhrow
      @MagicalKneeGhrow Před 2 měsíci

      They donated too much money to BLM to afford a good technician

    • @chucknorris277
      @chucknorris277 Před měsícem +1

      You don't need an engineering degree to adjust sound levels

  • @debbie62140
    @debbie62140 Před 3 měsíci +101

    Interesting and thought provoking documentary, spoiled only by the unnecessary background music and poor audio quality.

    • @lumanshadowboyhisdogfriend3488
      @lumanshadowboyhisdogfriend3488 Před 3 měsíci +4

      It really does.

    • @jen_gem
      @jen_gem Před 3 měsíci +3

      Agreed

    • @michaelsmyth3935
      @michaelsmyth3935 Před 3 měsíci +4

      Loud background music, audio levels are all over the place on mostly everything.

    • @eilzmo
      @eilzmo Před 3 měsíci +3

      Idk why you guys are surprised, this wasn’t made by professionals, it’s on CZcams hehe

    • @chocolatnoir1108
      @chocolatnoir1108 Před 3 měsíci +1

      haha same, I thought I had problems with my airpods😂

  • @justinmas299
    @justinmas299 Před 3 měsíci +45

    flood myths are much much older than Noah for good reason. many communities have died in massive floods before the internet was there to record it. coasts and mountain valleys are great places to live and to swept away in a flood.

    • @forrestfey
      @forrestfey Před 3 měsíci

      Like Dodgerland

    • @Saints_ravenfortheRainbow
      @Saints_ravenfortheRainbow Před 2 měsíci +1

      There's also people that didn't keep any records. The romani and others if they did record things, they wouldn't keep anything.
      The Celtics, the white goddess book isn't accurate. They didn't leave much records and the guy that wrote the book didn't care too much on scholar archeological findings so the book isn't worth it if anyone has been intrested.

    • @raginald7mars408
      @raginald7mars408 Před 2 měsíci

      @@forrestfey Dodging the Land
      or Dogging the land?

    • @bryanergau6682
      @bryanergau6682 Před 2 měsíci

      I think you need to review the last sentence of your comment. It doesn't make any sense.

    • @anncbower5564
      @anncbower5564 Před 2 měsíci +1

      You mean Doggerland in the North Sea area ​@@forrestfey

  • @HOPEandGRACE4US
    @HOPEandGRACE4US Před 3 měsíci +48

    What a shame this video was so screwed by playing LOUD music right over people talking so that you can't hear them! This could have been a great documentary. You're suppose to STOP the music as soon as someone is narrating. In addition, one person voice was too loud and another too low ... terrible quality and mixing of audio. Why would someone post a video without listening to it first? It's all about money.

  • @dragonflydroneservices1021
    @dragonflydroneservices1021 Před 2 měsíci +1

    Fascinating. Gratitude.

  • @docsportello7635
    @docsportello7635 Před měsícem +2

    I wanna thank Dr. Phil and Luiz Guzman for appearing in this production

  • @threegenders201
    @threegenders201 Před 3 měsíci +25

    Roses are red, tealeaves make tea..
    Is there a sunken bronze age civilization under the black sea?

  • @drocles
    @drocles Před 3 měsíci +6

    Keep lookin out for Conan the barbarians tomb!

  • @theoriginaleb9616
    @theoriginaleb9616 Před 3 měsíci +7

    4:31 Wish all the voices were as loud & clear as Dr. Phil’s

  • @76rjackson
    @76rjackson Před měsícem +1

    The people who lived there raised horses and built carts. When the flood hit they started traveling and they never stopped until they reached the Tarim basin and Tierra del Fuego. The Black Sea preflood valley was the homeland of the proto--Indo Europeans. That's what I think.

  • @blakecason436
    @blakecason436 Před měsícem +1

    Honestly with everything going on and tsunamis and flood myths all over the world in different cultures there’s no way there was a flood, or at least multiple smaller ones rather than just one massive one.

  • @terrideleon6350
    @terrideleon6350 Před 3 měsíci +2

    I turned sound way down and cc on. Makes it a lot easier to follow

  • @solarfinder
    @solarfinder Před měsícem +1

    There seem to be a number of topics that will cause a good number of people to vocalize their own superiority, reflect their insecurities, and to lose that filter and post the most atrocious comments. Politics, Religion, and now any time you share an opinion. It's history, lacking physical evidence that cannot prove/disprove historic events is what makes the discussion and research fascinating.
    I agree, enjoy the content or leave. I have my faith/beliefs, and I love science. You will find that the two are not mutually exclusive, so please just enjoy the content or not not.

  • @GaudiaCertaminisGaming
    @GaudiaCertaminisGaming Před 3 měsíci +11

    I’d watch, but the sound is terrible.

  • @blobrana8515
    @blobrana8515 Před měsícem +2

    The end of the iceage, around 8000 bc, was still the mesolithic period. A middle stoneage culture would certainly have been displaced.

    • @TheEudaemonicPlague
      @TheEudaemonicPlague Před měsícem

      We're still in an ice age; you're talking about the last glacial maximum. Also, how long ago the Mesolithic period was varies by region, it isn't a single time period, either. It's ridiculous how these videos invite idiots to make themselves known. They watch random YT videos and think they're experts. At least you didn't bring up the Younger Dryas.

    • @blobrana8515
      @blobrana8515 Před měsícem

      @@TheEudaemonicPlague indeed, we are in a interglacial period. I was talking in general terms, and about the blacksea region.
      And i would say again that a stoneage culture would certainly have been displaced by the inundation of the black sea basin.

  • @Grumpyoldman037
    @Grumpyoldman037 Před měsícem

    It was very difficult to watch this video. The audio was terrible. I could hardly hear it. And some of the scientists I could not understand over the background music. Don't get me wrong, the subject is extremely interesting to me. I first read "Noah's Flood" by William Ryan and Walter Pitman back in 1998, and have been interested in archeology ever since. I do not realize that there has been research done to the level you have shown here. Thank you much.

  • @magicpyroninja
    @magicpyroninja Před měsícem +1

    5:19 I did not know Dr. Phil was a history buff😅

  • @gr8990
    @gr8990 Před měsícem +1

    When was this made? The reliance on myths as historical fact and the misunderstanding of carbon dating and volcanic deposits is very dated and alarming.

  • @michaelcarley9866
    @michaelcarley9866 Před 3 měsíci +7

    A lot of early stuff underwater.

    • @lmrharper3586
      @lmrharper3586 Před 3 měsíci

      Of course ,duh ! Changes over hundreds and thousands of years . Nothing biblical about it.

  • @straightfrom
    @straightfrom Před 3 měsíci +32

    I just want to say how nice it is to see scientists from around the world, including Russia, being able to do their thing together.

  • @lorenstribling6096
    @lorenstribling6096 Před měsícem +1

    Lots of great information but the music drowned out the narration multiple times.

  • @Andy_Babb
    @Andy_Babb Před 3 měsíci +21

    The Bible is _extremely_ accurate…
    When thrown from a short distance

  • @thomasruppenthal7192
    @thomasruppenthal7192 Před 3 měsíci +10

    Sound is very poor - too low and with the music nearly as loud as the narrator. Too bad.

  • @chocochipleesy
    @chocochipleesy Před 3 měsíci +8

    Just enjoy the stories..
    it’s not worth arguing about or trying to ruin other peoples magic or beliefs.
    That being said you don’t have to beat people with your bible & call them names for saying they don’t believe it.
    If it is real, it’s their loss.
    It’s perfectly acceptable for someone to want proof & to have common sense.

    • @kidohchi
      @kidohchi Před 3 měsíci

      Common sense isn't that common these days ~

    • @y0urcheapthrill
      @y0urcheapthrill Před 2 měsíci +1

      If only more people thought like this and applied it, we could have a more peaceful world

    • @solarfinder
      @solarfinder Před měsícem

      There seem to be a number of topics that will cause a good number of people to vocalize their own superiority, reflect their insecurities, and to lose that filter and post the most atrocious comments. Politics, Religion, and now any time you share an opinion. It's history, lacking physical evidence that cannot prove historic events is what makes the discussion and research fascinating.
      I agree, enjoy the content or leave. I have my faith/beliefs, and I love science. You will find that the two are not mutually exclusive.

  • @huwzebediahthomas9193
    @huwzebediahthomas9193 Před 3 měsíci +3

    Yes, there is, Noah lived there before it got drowned, when rising sea levels in the Mediterranean broke through the Bosphorous, something like that. Might have been when that massive huge lake in North America escaped to the sea.

    • @twonumber22
      @twonumber22 Před 3 měsíci +6

      The story of Noah is pulled from Epic of Gilgamesh.

    • @johnchapman-oo1el
      @johnchapman-oo1el Před 3 měsíci

      @@twonumber22 Who said lol and they got it from the Greeks

    • @twonumber22
      @twonumber22 Před 3 měsíci +2

      @@johnchapman-oo1el That's according to scholarship. It predates everything Greek. You can hear the great Dr. Irving Finkel explain it here on CZcams, for example.

    • @johnchapman-oo1el
      @johnchapman-oo1el Před 3 měsíci +1

      @@twonumber22 scholarship programship
      Well its both they got it from a people before them ! .

    • @johnchapman-oo1el
      @johnchapman-oo1el Před 3 měsíci

      @@twonumber22
      Deucalion, in Greek legend, the Greek equivalent of Noah, the son of Prometheus (the creator of humankind), king of Phthia in Thessaly, and husband of Pyrrha; he was also the father of Hellen, the mythical ancestor of the Hellenic race.
      When Zeus, the king of the gods, resolved to destroy all humanity by a flood, Deucalion constructed an ark in which, according to one version, he and his wife rode out the flood and landed on Mount Parnassus. According to a story found first in the Roman poet Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Book I, upon offering a sacrifice and inquiring how to renew the human race, they were ordered to cast behind them the bones of their mother. The couple correctly interpreted this to mean they should throw behind them the stones of the hillside (“mother earth”), and they did so. Those stones thrown by Deucalion became men, while those thrown by Pyrrha became women. In early Greek versions Hermes told the couple directly to cast stones behind them.

  • @AdriLeemput
    @AdriLeemput Před 28 dny

    I know you didn't make he documentary, but is there anyway to fix the sound? It is extremely difficult to understand the talking (volume is on 100, usually I keep it at 40), and the music usually overtakes the talking.

  • @justinmorgan2126
    @justinmorgan2126 Před 2 měsíci +1

    Hilarious parody of real science.. well done. It's spinal tap for archaeologists/geologists.

    • @fitmesslife
      @fitmesslife Před 2 měsíci +1

      Your denial dial goes to 11. Neat.

    • @MagicalKneeGhrow
      @MagicalKneeGhrow Před 2 měsíci

      The only thing that should matter is Black Lives Matter!!!

  • @thedude8046
    @thedude8046 Před 3 měsíci +9

    Possibly
    Allegedly
    Presumably!

  • @Gary-zq3pz
    @Gary-zq3pz Před 2 měsíci +1

    Late stone age, early farming villages, but probably no cities of any size.

  • @darth_yoda
    @darth_yoda Před 2 měsíci

    I would love to watch this video but the Volume keeps going up and making it first hard to listen to and then loud as heck.

  • @giannidcenzo
    @giannidcenzo Před 3 měsíci +1

    Very interesting

  • @user-kl7ny9bw2t
    @user-kl7ny9bw2t Před měsícem

    Starting to look like we still have alot to figure out about our past somthing cataclysmic happened set us back by alot

  • @johnbain5543
    @johnbain5543 Před 3 měsíci +2

    how did this sound pass QA?!

  • @MrFreddyFartface
    @MrFreddyFartface Před 2 měsíci

    The guy wearing the fish shirt is to Texan, he talks exactly like Ron White 😂

    • @acaydia2982
      @acaydia2982 Před měsícem

      I was thinking Dr Phil, but yeah 😂

  • @jakobfnsbo5221
    @jakobfnsbo5221 Před 2 měsíci

    Music is way too loud.

  • @arkexplorer9328
    @arkexplorer9328 Před měsícem

    I think u got a point, when the gate of gribraltar broke, it flooded the Mediterranean and spilled over into the black see heavily, therefor the flood.

  • @forrestfey
    @forrestfey Před 3 měsíci

    During the bronze age people traveled from the Mediteranian to Sweden to trade for amber.

  • @user-yy9hk9od9u
    @user-yy9hk9od9u Před 3 měsíci +3

    There are probably several that are sunk.

  • @ttb2166
    @ttb2166 Před 3 měsíci +6

    The music and voice volume are at the same level.I don't like it

  • @veronicalogotheti1162
    @veronicalogotheti1162 Před 2 měsíci

    They have fantastic things

  • @TheAdeybob
    @TheAdeybob Před 2 měsíci

    excellent doc. Whoever mixed the music in needs to be sacked tho.

  • @catfishkempster
    @catfishkempster Před 3 měsíci +13

    The audio is horrible in this video, which is too bad as the subject in interesting

  • @brendawiebe1589
    @brendawiebe1589 Před 3 měsíci

    Your music is way way to loud

  • @FredPilcher
    @FredPilcher Před 3 měsíci +8

    Terrible sound and unnecessary distracting music. 😞

  • @djisydneyaustralia
    @djisydneyaustralia Před měsícem

    Well , global scale , considering the naval vessels of the time , could it have been truly global and not just polar ice caps receding and flooding the once emptier region of the Black Sea? There’s no connected ocean and other studies have concluded that the rise of the Black Sea is due to polar ice melting , it’s not hard to imagine that after a large cataclysmic event that it could record rapidly and slow as the body of ice shrinks and temperatures stabilise . Interpretation and time can distort reality greatly

  • @virtualworldsbyloff
    @virtualworldsbyloff Před 3 měsíci +1

    Very low sound, terrible

  • @daniellemartin9896
    @daniellemartin9896 Před měsícem

    Wow I really wanted to enjoy this but I can't hear the speaking over the unnecessarily loud background music.

  • @Country.History
    @Country.History Před 3 měsíci +1

    It probably was when the Mediterranean Sea filled up

    • @76rjackson
      @76rjackson Před měsícem

      That was a long time before this. The Mediterranean has been full for millions of years. Good videos about it on CZcams. When it has gone dry in the past, it becomes a giant salt pan desert that would be a real nightmare to cross.

  • @PostReeves28
    @PostReeves28 Před 3 měsíci +4

    I really wanted to listen to this but the audio is terrible and music to loud

  • @lindacox3662
    @lindacox3662 Před 3 měsíci

    Is James related to Dr. Phil?

  • @loririchards-guenter3047
    @loririchards-guenter3047 Před 3 měsíci

    I have my volume all the way up and cam barely understand the narrator.

  • @StephanieElizabethMann
    @StephanieElizabethMann Před 3 měsíci +13

    I think it is very difficult for a person to make up a story of fantastic things. When old sailors told stories of waves that rose out of the ocean and swallowed whole fleets they were scoffed at. Now science, modern ships, and bouys provide actual film and measurement of these once "mythical" waves. It may be that many of the older texts have strange stories but they would have started with a grain of truth. Remember the great library burnt to the ground. How many of the texts are now list and there knowledge gone from written records. Not everything we agree with is right because we agree with it. Conversely just because it is something we disagree with does not mean it is wrong. There is a story with in all stories that walks the truth. Finding that truth is like finding a pearl of great price.

    • @loke6664
      @loke6664 Před 3 měsíci +2

      Well, that is true, many myths have at least a tiny bit of truth in them but people are a bit too happy to interpret them the way they want it. Like claiming that the Greeks just like the Bible had a myth of a great flood. That is a partial truth because the Greeks had at least 4 different myths about 4 different floods. It isn't really that strange either, almost all old Greek cities were next to the sea so flooding was something that happened now and again.
      I am also confused why they think the Biblical myth happened in the Black sea here. The flood myth in the Gilgamesh epic happened in the Red sea and the Bible was written down down during the Jewish exile in Babylonia so they were well versed in that one and frankly even if they are unrelated, the Red sea is closer and a storm surge can indeed make a huge flood there so it seems like a likelier place.
      I don't really think either of these myths are related here, the Greek one were supposedly happening in the Mediterranean outside Byzantium that was a Greek colony originally and while that certainly also could have affected the Black sea, that is not what the story say.
      That said, it is certainly possible there might be a Bronze age or late Neolithic city or town under the Black sea but not really a "Civilization". There is certainly a treasure horde of sunken old ships in excellent shape at the bottom of it at least, some so well preserved the rigging still can be seen on some of them due to the lack of oxygen and sea life in the lower layer of it. It is a very promising area for very exciting finds.
      We need to be a bit careful when looking on myths. It is easy to pick a certain part of them and then move the area they were supposed to happen in to make things fit. Sure, they could be based on that and have moved with the oral telling but generally, that is more wishful thinking unless you can actually prove them.
      With the black sea, I would rather have them look for more ancient ship wrecks then anything else. We have already found shipwrecks as old as 300 BCe in a condition that is unparalleled and it isn't impossible we could find a Mycenae or Minoan ship there (we know they sailed in the area), that would teach us so much about their ship technology and what they traded, something we basically just know from depictions and a few texts like the Armana letters. That might not sound as exciting as a lost civilization but it is darn close.
      The problem with the myths is really that very few of them really talks about the Black sea when you actually read them, it takes some creative changes and assumptions to move the myths a bit and that rings some warning bells to me.
      But you are right that some of them are based on true stories. For instance, there were this area in Öland, Sweden who were supposed to be cursed and the locals still avoids it. Some years ago, the archaeologists found a fortified town there. Someone had set fire to it and killed everyone there but just left them, all their valuables with them and just went away. People still remembered 1600 years later that something really bad had happened there which is your grain of truth, but the details were long gone. What happened is still a mystery, gold was rather rare at the place and time and still no one bothered taking it for some reason.
      The hard thing is to find that grain of truth...

    • @StephanieElizabethMann
      @StephanieElizabethMann Před 3 měsíci

      @@loke6664 You hae a well set out and logical argument. I agree. On the sunken ships I think if we found a few with any written material on board we may have examples of some of the forms of writing such as linear a. That in itself would be a treasure.

    • @loke6664
      @loke6664 Před 3 měsíci +1

      @@StephanieElizabethMann True, the more Linear A we have, the easier it will be to finally decode it and the current amount we have is pretty limited.
      Still, we would have to get pretty lucky for that. Papyrus and parchment with ink doesn't exactly have great survivability under water even without oxygen, but a vase or something with text on could certainly survive intact.
      But even without any writing, finding an intact ship from the bronze age would tell us a lot about sea faring from the time. We do have a copper age ship in good shape, the Khufu ship found next to the great pyramid and we have found more then a few ships from the classical era in the Black sea but nothing from the Bronze age.
      A Greek or perhaps an early Phoenician ship from Tyre could tell us so much. :)
      I think just the possibility makes further surveys of the area well worth it, even if I have serious doubts of any lost civilizations in the area. There is a lot more area to cover and there will be more wrecks there.

    • @twonumber22
      @twonumber22 Před 3 měsíci +2

      It's actually quite common for people to make up stories of fantastical things.

    • @StephanieElizabethMann
      @StephanieElizabethMann Před 3 měsíci

      @@twonumber22 my comment maybe didn't convey that I some story that is completely new, novel and bears no relationship to anything or anyone that already exists.

  • @SlyPigoftheMountains
    @SlyPigoftheMountains Před 3 měsíci

    If that's a serious question maybe someone should look

  • @M4r1a_Schn33
    @M4r1a_Schn33 Před 3 měsíci +1

    so the answer after one hour is yes...or no. nice.

  • @cowboy6591
    @cowboy6591 Před 3 měsíci

    Music too loud, By By !!

  • @dannylarue-pl6jx
    @dannylarue-pl6jx Před 11 dny

    Civilization is misspelled in the title of this video 😂😂😂😂

  • @christopherellis2663
    @christopherellis2663 Před 3 měsíci +1

    Fifty metres below the present level. The notion of a " negative rise" is actually stupid.
    So is " off of".😮
    Yanquís no hablan inglez.

  • @Gianfranco_69
    @Gianfranco_69 Před měsícem

    They kept moving south and Bingo
    Hellenes,Pelasgians were born

  • @markgarin6355
    @markgarin6355 Před měsícem

    Decades....is not fast.

  • @crystalgale3468
    @crystalgale3468 Před 3 měsíci +1

    AI voiceover. Expect better sound quality balance.

  • @MikeHunt-fo3ow
    @MikeHunt-fo3ow Před 18 dny

    no nothing down there a fish told me

  • @Andy_Babb
    @Andy_Babb Před 3 měsíci

    Isn’t this like the fifth time this channel has uploaded this???

    • @MagicalKneeGhrow
      @MagicalKneeGhrow Před 2 měsíci

      Not everybody lives off of Wrlfare and food stamps like you. So.e people have to lie, cheat,and steal for a living and other upload videos a dozen times!!!
      Check your GRITS!!!

  • @elliottfowlkes6087
    @elliottfowlkes6087 Před měsícem

    The length of time, that man has existed compared to the universe wouldn't measure the with of a hair, so as a result how could humans possibly have the ability to surmise anything, at best it's a guess not a fact
    I was happy to see that the Russian perspective suggests volcano activity effects carbon dating. WOW

  • @thhseeking
    @thhseeking Před 3 měsíci +1

    This was difficult to listen to due to the poor sound quality. I also had a bad feeling about this documentary at 03:10 when on the map someone had written "Sumer" as "Sumner". Yes, the "m" and "n" are close together, but wouldn't you check before publishing this map? It's probably not an "Absolute History" map, but I wouldn't use it with such a glaring error.

  • @arkexplorer9328
    @arkexplorer9328 Před měsícem

    Yeah when u tunnel 2 much 🤔

  • @robertbrodie5183
    @robertbrodie5183 Před 2 měsíci +2

    the russian navy has sent a cruiser to look for it😂😂😂😂😂😂

    • @chucknorris277
      @chucknorris277 Před měsícem

      Makes sense since they control most of the shoreline

  • @JulesBrunoJjBaggy
    @JulesBrunoJjBaggy Před 3 měsíci +1

    Ai

  • @coreycoffell6219
    @coreycoffell6219 Před 2 měsíci

    Illyria?

  • @lel7841
    @lel7841 Před 3 měsíci +6

    This is a very interesting topic but I'm hearing impaired and can't deal with the audio. Sorry I can't finish it

    • @theoriginaleb9616
      @theoriginaleb9616 Před 3 měsíci +2

      If you want to finish it, the closed captions seem to be pretty accurate (unlike a lot of videos in which they’re auto-generated.) I use captions quite often.

  • @setback4908
    @setback4908 Před 2 měsíci +1

    So many haters here???? Wtf? Don’t see you guys making anything.

  • @ghostmodzhuey2988
    @ghostmodzhuey2988 Před 2 měsíci

    For those who arent believers, why post anything then? 🤦‍♀️

  • @jacobkuykendall9325
    @jacobkuykendall9325 Před 3 měsíci

    Pete Pete and repeat. Any chance of you doing research and getting new documentaries?

    • @MagicalKneeGhrow
      @MagicalKneeGhrow Před 2 měsíci

      Are you talking about Pedo Pete, Aka Pedo Peter, Aka Joe Biden?

  • @christopherellis2663
    @christopherellis2663 Před 3 měsíci +1

    And so to the Bronze Age Collapse?

  • @someguy2272
    @someguy2272 Před 3 měsíci +2

    hmmm

  • @meisme5162
    @meisme5162 Před 3 měsíci

    Kl

  • @richardshearer7094
    @richardshearer7094 Před 3 měsíci

    Yo is that dr phill?

  • @huntermock96
    @huntermock96 Před 2 měsíci

    There was never a flood. Just the sea rising and falling over time.

    • @chucknorris277
      @chucknorris277 Před měsícem

      If it rises fast enough it resembles a flood. Plus rising sea levels doesn't sound good for oral traditions

    • @deepdungeon
      @deepdungeon Před měsícem

      That's what floods are lmao

  • @RoxasGF
    @RoxasGF Před 2 měsíci

    Didn't even get three minutes in. Jesus Christ we don't need constant music to stay interested. It's SO off putting, and very distracting.

  • @veronicalogotheti1162
    @veronicalogotheti1162 Před 2 měsíci

    Indoeuropeans

  • @veronicalogotheti1162
    @veronicalogotheti1162 Před 2 měsíci

    Or greeks

  • @teprowe5262
    @teprowe5262 Před 3 měsíci +3

    Comment section is hella funny. You educated comedians

    • @MagicalKneeGhrow
      @MagicalKneeGhrow Před 2 měsíci

      All I know is when around blacks; DON'T relax. Ya dig, ya jive azz turkey. 🦃

  • @insertnamehere5020
    @insertnamehere5020 Před 2 měsíci

    The stupid unnecessary sound effects ruined this documentary for me

  • @steel8231
    @steel8231 Před 3 měsíci +3

    Why'd your narrator sound like a TTS bot?

  • @witchcraftandlizardry
    @witchcraftandlizardry Před 3 měsíci

    I’m here for the comments roasting the audio quality.

  • @benzomanic2972
    @benzomanic2972 Před 3 měsíci

    What a complete disappointment, horrible audio.

  • @richardrowlands9113
    @richardrowlands9113 Před 3 měsíci

    @ccdaly2561 is not a real woman

    • @MagicalKneeGhrow
      @MagicalKneeGhrow Před 2 měsíci

      Nope!!! They be a Transformer. A Decepticon to be precise.

  • @tomcarson8854
    @tomcarson8854 Před měsícem +2

    I woke up, drunk, In a garbage dump in Mexico 40 years ago on Labor Day weekend. I was there, and so was the bulldozer driver who woke me up. Our 2 ridiculous perceptions of the same event have probably been retold differently by people who weren't there. If this story is still around six thousand years from now, PLEASE GOD, don't let it becomes a religion!

  • @tucsonorganist
    @tucsonorganist Před 3 měsíci +1

    For me, the sound mixing, has made this unwatchable.

  • @thenibnetwork4638
    @thenibnetwork4638 Před 3 měsíci

    Say what?

  • @Jared7873
    @Jared7873 Před 3 měsíci

    James Nienhuis has a slightly more annoying voice than Dr. Phil

    • @MagicalKneeGhrow
      @MagicalKneeGhrow Před 2 měsíci

      They look the same to me. You all look the same to me

  • @Bo_3rd
    @Bo_3rd Před 3 měsíci +2

    *F i r s t*

  • @ccdaly2561
    @ccdaly2561 Před 3 měsíci +132

    Noah wasn't real. The ark didn't happen.
    Edit, one month later: this wasn't an invitation to debate. It was a statement of fact.

    • @brewmastermonk9356
      @brewmastermonk9356 Před 3 měsíci +51

      Noah's Flood is obviously some kind of memory of the ice age ending.

    • @wes9777
      @wes9777 Před 3 měsíci +52

      Don't write off the bible so quickly, life is full of things that don't seem to make sense and yet they exist.

    • @lmrharper3586
      @lmrharper3586 Před 3 měsíci

      A guy didnt build a boat big enough to carry pairs of animals and he certainly didnt have the time to sail the world and pick up the animals. If you believe this story you are really really dumb.

    • @joshuareinoehl924
      @joshuareinoehl924 Před 3 měsíci +40

      Praying for you 🙏 so many lost souls 🙏

    • @trejea1754
      @trejea1754 Před 3 měsíci +17

      Prove it.

  • @julianshepherd2038
    @julianshepherd2038 Před 3 měsíci +6

    Never trust anything said with an American accent.

    • @MagicalKneeGhrow
      @MagicalKneeGhrow Před 2 měsíci

      Nor anything said with a Arabic, Islamic, Tasmanian Devil sounding accent. You know, Muslims.