– (Wurtz) “Hey,” said the Romans.
– I feel like I need to write this down. – If only I had this
when I was in high school. (mouse clicking)
♪ (dramatic chord) ♪ ♪ (dramatic chord) ♪ ♪ (dramatic chord) ♪ – (FBE) So today
we’re going to show you one of the most viral videos
of the past week. – Oh, cool. – (FBE) However, the video
is over 20 minutes long, so we’re going to show you
a cut down version of it. – Okay, that works for me. – Is it the History of Everything? I haven’t seen the whole thing,
(giggling) but what I’ve seen, I like. (silence) – (Wurtz) Hi, you’re on a rock,
floating through space. Pretty cool, huh? ♪ How did this happen? ♪
– Oh, I saw this on the trending tab! – I feel like I’ve
seen some version of this. – I’ve seen the Japan one,
and I fell in love with it. – (Wurtz) A long time ago,
actually never, and also now, nothing is nowhere. When? Never.
– What?! (snickering) – (Wurtz) Oh! I paused it. I think there’s a universe.
– All right, and now the acid is hitting me. – (Wurtz) What’s it made of?
♪ Quarks and stuff ♪ Great news! The quarks
are now happily married in groups of three
called a proton, or a neutron, and there’s something else
flying around too that wants to join in but can’t because it’s still too…
(explosion) – I wish this was my science class.
– Yeah! – It’s so fast-paced. – This is the craziest way
I’ve ever seen science presented ever. This is insane. – (Wurtz) Some stars burn out and die. Bigger stars burn out and die with passion and make some brand new,
way crazier shit: ♪ Space dust ♪ – This is clever animation.
I like this. – (Wurtz) Like this ball
of flaming rocks, for example. Weather update.
It’s raining rocks from outer space. Weather update. Those rocks might
have had water inside them… – These guys did their homework. – (Wurtz) And now
everything’s huge, including bugs. – What? (laughing)
Everything’s huge now! – (Wurtz) Oh [bleep],
now everything’s dead. Just kidding, here are the survivors. Keep your eye on this one
because it’s about to become the dinosaurs. – There is so much going on,
I can’t even think right now. – (Wurtz) Here comes a meteor.
(explosion) ♪ And the dinosaurs are gone ♪ – Aww, RIP. – (Wurtz) It’s mammal time.
♪ That’s a human person ♪ – The music is fantastic. – (Wurtz) And now there’s more people
and they invent things, which makes things better
and more people come and there’s more farming
and more people to make more things for more people
and now there’s business, money, writing, laws, power… ♪ Society ♪
– (singing along) – Mesopotamia!
– I love the jingles. – (Wurtz) Let’s check in
with the Indus River Valley civilization. They’re gone. Guess who’s not gone? ♪ China ♪ ♪ New arrivals in India ♪ ♪ And they wrote some hymns and mantras ♪ – If only I had this
when I was in high school. – (Wurtz) ♪ And they wrote
some hymns and mantras and stuff ♪ You could make a religion out of this.
– (snickering) – (Wurtz) Ah, the Buddha
was just enlightened. Who is the Buddha? This guy, who sat under a tree for so long
that he figured out how to ignore the fact that we’re all dying. You could make a religion out of this. – I aspire to be like that, to sit under a tree so long
I just forget that we’re all dying. (glass shattering)
– (Wurtz) Whoops, China just broke, but while it was breaking,
Confucius was figuring out how to have good morals. Hey, China put itself back together again
with good morals as their main philosophy. Actually, they have
three main philosophies. – “Go with the flow!”
– “[Bleep] you, obey the law.” – (Wurtz) “Hey,” said the Romans.
– I feel like I need to write this down. – (Wurtz) “Thanks for invading
our homeland,” said the Jews, who are starting to get tired
of people invading their homeland. “Hi, everything’s great,” said some guy
who seems to be getting very popular,
and is then arrested and killed for being too popular,
which only makes him more popular. You could make a religion out of this.
– (laughing) Jesus! Jesus Christ! – I was wondering
when Jesus was gonna show up. – (Wurtz) “Hi, I live
in the Roman Empire and I was wondering… ♪ Is loving Jesus legal? ♪
– (giggling) – (Wurtz) No. Actually, okay, sure, said Constantine,
moving the capital way over here to be closer to his…
♪ Main rival ♪ Don’t worry about Rome. It won’t fall. ♪ It’s the Golden Age of India ♪ ♪ (muzak) ♪ – That intermission was very needed. ♪ (muzak) ♪ – That intermission was not long enough. – (Wurtz) On the top of a mountain,
the real God whispers in Mohammed’s ear,
so he goes down to the cube where everyone worships gods
and he tells them their gods are all fake. – How long would
it take to make these videos? – (Wurtz) You could make
a religion out of this, and maybe conquer the world as well. – I couldn’t watch this for 20 minutes. – (Wurtz) Somehow, the Pope
is still the Pope, plus there’s… ♪ New kingdoms all over Europe ♪ I wonder if there’s room for moors.
– (cracking up) – (Wurtz) Here’s all the wisdom.
– Oh, it was a pun. – (Wurtz) The Pope is ready
to make some more emperors of the Roman Empire,
the Holy Roman Empire. It’s actually Germany,
but don’t worry about it. New kingdoms! (robotic voice)
Christianize all the kingdoms! – Whoa! Where did that come from? – (robotic voice)
Christianize all the kingdoms! – (Wurtz) The Christians are doing
a great job of re-conquering Iberia, which will soon be called Spain.
– Oh, the Christians are back. – (Wurtz) “Please remain Christian. We will check in later
to see if you’re still Christian when you at least expect.”
– (laughing) – (Wurtz) Whoops,
half of Europe just died. ♪ Bing ♪
China’s back. – (chuckling) “Bing!” – (Wurtz) Oh, Italy’s really rich. Time for them to care a lot about art–
– Oh, art! – (Wurtz) It’s kind of like a rebirth. Here’s a printer! Let’s make books. “Wait,” said Christopher Columbus,
probably smoking crack. – (spluttering)
– “If the world is round, let’s go this way to India.” So he sails–
– Oh, we’re about to head over to America! – (Wurtz) …and Japan. Let’s draw a line to decide
who gets which half of the world. The Aztecs and Inca empires
are off to a great start. I wonder if they know that Europe
just discovered their continent. Guess where all the sugar’s made? In Brazil! Stolen–
– Well, thank you, Brazil, for making sugar. – (Wurtz) Britian and France
are having a friendly discussion about who should control the entire world,
more specifically, Ohio. And that escalates
into a seven year discussion… – Why couldn’t my school be like this? – All the classes
I’ve skipped in history class, it’s really hitting me right now. – (Wurtz) Guess who’s broke? Also Britian. So they start taxing
the hell out of America. “[Bleep] you,” says America,
declaring their independence– – (cracking up) Oh my god. – (Wurtz) And France helps them win.
Now France is broke. Britain will have to send their prisoners
to a different continent. Wait, if France is broke,
why do the king and queen still wear such fancy dresses?
– That’s a good point. – (Wurtz) “Let’s overthrow the palace
and cut all their heads off…” – That’s the Revolution. – The French Revolution! – (Wurtz) …cutting
everybody’s head off until someone eventually got mad
and cut his head off. You could make a reli– no, don’t. – (cracking up) – (Wurtz) ♪ Technology
is about to go crazy ♪ The United States finally figured out
whether slavery is good or bad. “It’s bad,” they decided.
– Oh my god. This is extremely fast-paced. – (Wurtz) “I know, let’s rape Africa,”
said Europe, scrambling… – Oh my god! – (Wurtz) ♪ They never got Ethiopia ♪ – Except Ethiopia.
– That’s true. – (Wurtz) “I know, let’s rape Africa,”
said Europe, scrambling… – Dang! Everybody attacked Africa like that? – (Wurtz) Europe
hasn’t had a war since the last war, so they start World War I. Look at those guns.
It’s gonna be a Great War. – Wow! The research for this. – (Wurtz) Germany’s back,
featuring Hitler, the angry moustache model, and he’s… – (amused) “Angry moustache model.” – (Wurtz) Hitler’s out of control, so the international community tackles him and tries to explain
why killing all the Jews is a bad idea, but he kills himself
before they could explain it to him. ♪ That’s World War II ♪ – ♪ That’s World War II ♪ – We just ran through World War II. – (Wurtz) Bonus round!
Pacific showdown. – I love the air horn. – (Wurtz) United States
versus Japan. Fight! – This is freaking awesome. (explosion)
– (Wurtz) Finish him. – Whoever did this
did a very, very good job. – (Wurtz) Oh, it’s
the two global superpowers. They’re having a friendly debate
over which economic system is good… – Space race. – (Wurtz) …evil virus of Satan. And they both have atom bombs. Fight! Wait, no–
– Street Fighter. – (Wurtz) Fight! Wait, no, that would
be the end of the world. Let’s just keep it cool
and spy on each other instead. – (chuckling) “Let’s spy
on each other instead.” – (Wurtz) Let’s check the mail. Surprise! It’s on the computer. Wanna learn everything?
Surprise! It’s on the computer. – Okay, we’re catching up. – (Wurtz) …which is in your pocket.
– Oh my god. – (Wurtz) By the way,
where the hell are we? ♪ (electronic music) ♪ – “I hope I mentioned everything.” – Wow, that was a good video. – This is all you need
before every history final. – I’m curious to see
what the 20 minute version is like because that was so much information,
so I could only imagine. – It’s kind of emotional. When you watch it all together like that, you’re like, wow, a lot of stuff
has happened on Earth. – I’ve been waiting so long
to have another video from this guy. Thank you for sharing this with me. – (FBE) So that video was called
History of the Entire World, I Guess, by creator Bill Wurtz.
– Dude, Bill did a good job. It’s a cool video. – (FBE) This video got millions of views
in its first day of being released and was number one on the trending page
the day it uploaded. Why do you think this video went so viral? – Why? I mean, it went viral
because it’s absolutely nuts. You got to think about how long
this guy took to make that video. – It’s so ridiculous.
It’s so internet humor, and it’s educational. – It just cuts out
all of the stuff you don’t, I guess, necessarily need to know. This is like super
to-the-point highlights. – His humor style is pretty unique,
but it also is very internet to me. Good use of memes, I would say. Good meme-ing. – It hits the education
and it hits the humor and it literally makes the rounds
really fast, every few seconds. – It was interesting to see how history
kind of just repeats itself over and over again,
and right now, the world is extremely politically charged. Now, with social media,
not only are things happening as they always have,
but we’re all extremely aware. – There’s a comedic aspect to it,
but he broke down the history of the world, which–
it’s long and complicated, let’s be honest, but he simplified it. It’s really good. I feel like I got to go watch
the rest of his videos. Does he have more videos,
or is that the only one? He does have more videos? Okay, time to start binge watching. – As a kid, you learn
social studies and history, and it’s such a dreaded course. Looking back at it, it’s so simplified
and you understand cause and effect way more, and it’s fun and it feels
like you’re on drugs, and you don’t even have to take drugs. – The way that he’s telling it too,
with comedy and all this stuff put together, it just keeps everything interesting. This is what they should teach at schools, and they should give
this information to babies. – (FBE) A lot of people are saying
that this would actually be helpful to show to students
as a more interesting way to learn then, say, a traditional lecture. Do you think you
could really learn from this? – I think kids can learn from it. Honestly, teachers are showing kids
YouTube videos now. – If it was slowed down and, you know,
targeted more specific things, like more in-depth, then that could work. – Just replace all
of our educational systems with these videos. I learned more in
two twenty minutes videos on his channel than I did
in the entirety of my high school history. – It’s a really good review, actually, because I remember in school,
they would show you those videos that
were supposed to be a nicer view and they were so boring
that you’d just fall asleep and any time you can make anything fun, it’s going to be much more–
well, it’s going to sink in because people actually pay attention. – It almost creates
an interest and excitement to where it was
almost like a touch points, to where there were certain points
where he mentioned something like this. I’m like, oh, I’m
more interested about that. There’s always ways to integrate
what’s happening on YouTube and online and on the internet
into what’s going on in the classroom. – (FBE) So finally, educational content
has exploded on YouTube over the last seven years,
and here’s an example of someone doing it in a very unique way, and it’s starting to gain a huge following. What do you think about
the edutainment side of YouTube? – Oh, I’m a big fan of edutainment. – Social media is a huge thing right now and I feel like everybody
should be leaning towards social media. Instead of just reading
a big ass textbook, you kind of watch a video
and people will remember it more. – If you ask anybody
how they learned to video edit, how they learned to do this, how they learned
to change a tire on a car, 99% of the time, what do they say? It’s not school. It’s YouTube. – I follow a lot of channels
that summarize a lot of history, science, all that stuff. This person is giving their own twist,
in their own words, versus sounding like a textbook, so I think it has
a lot of charm with information. – When you can kind of tie the learning
into the entertainment that’s happening, I think then it’s
really a win-win situation because you’re learning something,
plus you’re being entertained by it, and it’s a really great platform
where you can really do that in a very comprehensive way. – Thank you so much for watching
this episode of YouTubers React. – If you want to be further edutained,
check out the YouTubers in the description
and give them a subscribe. – Au revior! – Hey, guys, what’s up? I’m Kyle, a producer here at FBE. – And I’m Alyssa, an editor here at FBE, and thank you guys so much
for watching this video. – And we hope that this
was the best goodbye in the history– – The history–
– The history of the entire world. – The whole world!