Times When Humanity ALMOST Ended

Humans have almost faced their extinction on several occasions, and today we’re going to reveal the closest calls humanity has ever had! Check out insane times humanity almost bit the dust, yet somehow managed to survive!

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  1. Cuban Missile Crisis is a good one too. Vasily Arkhipov possibly saved humanity from a nuclear war by convincing his co generals to resurface instead of launching nukes when they thought they were being attacked

  2. Infographics show, out of Interest who is that character you keep presenting at a desk in many, many videos over the years?
    Is that an animated version of 1 of your editors, mangers or something? (guess)

    We all already know what your animated self look like host. 😊

  3. Actually several potential humanity ending nuclear incidents have occurred starting with the Cuban Crisis. Doesn’t count still classified incidents and countries outside of Russia and the United States.

  4. Didn't pewdiepie talk about this in a video a little while ago??? Its funny how ive never heard about this and suddenly a lot of people talk about it

  5. 6:26

    NOT MYSTERIOUSLY STOPPED KILLING US

    THEY PLANNED ON LETTING A FEW OF US LIVE SO THAT THEY CAN COME BACK FOR US IN THE FUTURE
    WHEN WE WOULD HAVE BECOME EQUAL TO, OR MORE IN NUMBERS COMPARED TO OUR PREDECESSORS

  6. The Black Death is still killing people. The southwest United States has a pretty nice size population of fleas that still carry this horrific disease. So be careful of that puppy that you bought from this area of the States.

  7. Imagine if Yellowstone actually blows up next week and we all die. In the small chance that happens, it was nice knowing you (whoever comes across this comment).

  8. Yellowstone WILL BLOW, and very soon… volcanoes all over the world erupting currently. Possibly due to solar maximum and earth bombarded with neutrinos. So the heating and expanding magma WILL blow out where it can "especially Yellowstone"
    And not to mention what will happen when the now stuck tectonic plate at San Andreas, suddenly jumps and breaks loose, causing the biggest earthquake the world has ever seen.
    And then even more volcanic activity… so yes, this is WAY overdue…

  9. Wow, Covid is nothing compared to these… But social media did not exist back then to make things worser than they truly are. Maybe humanity is too spoiled now that even a scratch on the arm is too much.

  10. 5:55 Im going with the ALIEN SPIDER PEOPLE harvesting of humans to explain EVENT X. You always leave enough animals behind to reproduce more prey for the next hunt.

  11. You said there's only one great ape left. This is entirely false. Orangutans, gorillas, chimps, and my favorite, bonobos, are all great apes alongside humans

  12. 2022 when the world's governments all decided to ignore climate change and it led to a inhabitable hellscape, truly driving humans to Extinction.

  13. The one that I liked the most was the first one. It’s the event I think about the most cuz that would’ve really been it. And from those couple of thousand came out about 8 billion today. Humanity is much more closely linked that we believe

  14. Hmm they have actually found three massive meteorite craters, one probably linked to event X. There was one about 12.000 years ago and 10,500 years ago. Life threatening volcanic eruptions happen about ever 50,000 years and it's been 75,000 years since the last one.

  15. 9:00 sanitation did not really change in 14th century, but herd immunity arose and plagues became generational outbreaks. Quarantining helped a little at ports. It wasn’t until 19th century that Jon Snow started epidemiology as a science.

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