Tommy Beasley<br />History 4<br />Mr. Arguello<br />Video Summaries<br />
Little Ice Age<br />The Little Ice age began in the 14th century<br />The 5 massive volcanic eruptions happened during the...
Little Ice Age<br />The harsh rains killed the crops.<br />Famine was brought onto France eventually bringing the French R...
Journey of Man<br /><ul><li>After he analyzed the DNA from people all over the world, Spencer Wells has concluded that all...
Many archaeologists disagree with Wells and his argument of our beginnings, saying the fossil record shows that a first wa...
<ul><li>By 700 C.E. Muslim invaded Spain
Islam was introduced to the population of Northern Africa, Spain, and Portugal
In 1095 the Pope said to free the holy lands and the Christians set fire to the wheat and cut the trees the crusades began...
When the Moors Ruled Europe<br />Christopher Columbus accepted a mission to depart from SE Spain funded by Queen Isabella ...
For five years David Keys has investigated, consulting with more than forty scientists and scholars-astronomers, physicist...
An event Keys believes, totally altered the course of world history. Ancient chroniclers recorded a disaster in that year ...
Through plant and animal domestication, societies afforded a sedentary existence and thus civilization was formed<br />Tho...
Guns, Germs, and Steel<br />Diamond’s argument that the technological advancements between human societies were due to env...
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  1. 1. Tommy Beasley<br />History 4<br />Mr. Arguello<br />Video Summaries<br />
  2. 2. Little Ice Age<br />The Little Ice age began in the 14th century<br />The 5 massive volcanic eruptions happened during the Little Ice Age.<br />The negative effects hit the crops and livestock <br />The harsh temperatures caused global cooling. 
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  3. 3. Little Ice Age<br />The harsh rains killed the crops.<br />Famine was brought onto France eventually bringing the French Revolution.<br />Over 25 million people perished between a five-year period from the year 1347 to 1352.<br />The weather during the Little Ice Age strongly affected the outcome of wars.<br />
  4. 4. Journey of Man<br /><ul><li>After he analyzed the DNA from people all over the world, Spencer Wells has concluded that all people come from a single man who lived over 60k years ago.
  5. 5. Many archaeologists disagree with Wells and his argument of our beginnings, saying the fossil record shows that a first wave of migration occurred around 100,000 years ago, therefore disproving his hypothesis.</li></li></ul><li>When asked about how other react to his research Wells says, “In general, there is more and more agreement among paleoanthropologists, archaeologists, geneticists and historians about the details of our past.<br />Their warfare, their tools, their customs. He decided he was going to structure his research and pursuit of our history in a very holistic way.<br />Journey of Man<br />
  6. 6. <ul><li>By 700 C.E. Muslim invaded Spain
  7. 7. Islam was introduced to the population of Northern Africa, Spain, and Portugal
  8. 8. In 1095 the Pope said to free the holy lands and the Christians set fire to the wheat and cut the trees the crusades began.</li></ul>When the Moors Ruled Europe<br />
  9. 9. When the Moors Ruled Europe<br />Christopher Columbus accepted a mission to depart from SE Spain funded by Queen Isabella I of Castile to initiate Spanish colonization in the “New World” (North and South America)<br />The Muslims valued education and thus established countless libraries such as the Great Mezquita of Córdoba, the famed university opened its door to teach grammar & literacy.<br />
  10. 10. For five years David Keys has investigated, consulting with more than forty scientists and scholars-astronomers, physicists, climatologists and historians-experts on cosmic collisions, volcanoes, epidemics and ancient wars.<br />The result is a book that tells the story of a catastrophic climatic event, buried in the heart of the Dark Ages.<br />Catastrophe<br />
  11. 11. An event Keys believes, totally altered the course of world history. Ancient chroniclers recorded a disaster in that year that blotted out the Sun for months (possibly years) causing famine, droughts, floods, storms and an epidemic of bubonic plague.<br />Catastrophe<br />
  12. 12. Through plant and animal domestication, societies afforded a sedentary existence and thus civilization was formed<br />Those small societies confined to relatively small tracts of land due to geographical agriculture isolated them from advancing technologically since they were not exposed to other humans and; consequently, became their demise<br />Guns, Germs, and Steel<br />
  13. 13. Guns, Germs, and Steel<br />Diamond’s argument that the technological advancements between human societies were due to environmental differences based on the geography of that particular culture and not so much inherent by the European genomes<br />
  14. 14. Columbus was born in Italy in 1451<br />He made money as a merchant.<br />Columbus sailed on August 3, 1492.<br />Columbus’ World<br />
  15. 15. Christopher Columbus ship was called the Santa Maria.<br />The other ships were called the Pintaand Nina<br />On October 12, 1492 Columbus stepped on land after 36 daysat sea.<br />Columbus’ World<br />

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