1000 Years of War in 5 Minutes

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“Kill the wabbit! Kill the wabbit!” That was interesting. Like a graph the video shows wars happening more frequently in countries that were part of the Enlightenment, and the Industrial Revolution. The rest of the world was ruled by poverty, disease, and penny despots and kings.

Increased technology and improved living conditions means an increase in population and conflict. When the conflicts occur more are killed and subsequently more humans are free . . . if the good guys win.

Peter Taylor

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