Consumed by the Apocalypse


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    [Credits, References, and More]
    Twitter: lemmin0
    00:00 Intro
    00:52 Chapter 1: Cosmic Threats - Impact Events
    05:00 Chapter 1: Cosmic Threats - Stellar Explosions
    08:38 Chapter 2: Terrestrial Threats - Supervolcanic Eruptions
    10:45 Chapter 2: Terrestrial Threats - Natural Pandemics
    13:48 Chapter 3: Anthropogenic Threats - Unnatural Pandemics
    15:50 Chapter 3: Anthropogenic Threats - Nuclear Holocaust
    18:02 Chapter 3: Anthropogenic Threats - Artificial Intelligence
    21:32 Chapter 3: Anthropogenic Threats - Environmental Decline
    24:50 Final Thoughts

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    1. LEMMiNO

      [Credits, References, and More]

      1. Michael Rasmussen

        It's not overpopulation, it's poor distribution of resources to those who need it.

      2. Boomer Z

        will you ever do a follow up on the links between Cicada and Qanon?

      3. Masked Gamer

        And also in order for us to stop climate change and reduce resources used we either need to stop advancing so quickly or start moving to mars’ magma tunnels

      4. Masked Gamer

        Just commented on his other extinction episode about how when the atom bombs ignited there were 2 outcomes, global extinction and the actual result, I’m happy to see without the input from me you fixed it

      5. jim bob

        Are you still ignoring abrupt climate change. FFS

    2. DiamondOrPoor78

      I know this is completely irrelevant, but I just ate the best orange ever

    3. Colin

      End of ze world

    4. mark mcpheters

      memento mori

    5. eVOL UC

      i think the world is better off without humans

    6. First to see it productions William

      I now don't like winter.

    7. Zangief The Red

      Centuries? Aeons? You're way too optimistic. I would be surprised if we don't get extinct in my lifetime, and I'm already past 45... Thanks a lot for these videos, though. They help making it worthy.

    8. nicky the cat

      If a few hundred of us remain, wouldn't there be a genetic bottle neck, causing issues down the line which would lead to extinction?

    9. Shamir Khan

      Lol the comment section always makes amazing videos appear from a weirder perspective, when they are clearly not.

    10. Bigbrain Broadcasting

      Bro this content is amazing I should pay for these vids

    11. Leonid A

      You did it again, you son of a bitch

    12. Mitchnet-pvz ok

      do your research kiddo, Israel 200 big ones all pointing at Tehran.

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      I can’t believe content this incredibly good is free. You deserve a Netflix series

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    15. RaisinTree

      hope you all have a nice week, wanted to let you know that Jesus loves you and died for you. you might think of this as annoying and you’ve seen it a lot, but it’s more than that. those who share this are happy with Christ and believe in eternal life and happiness. they want you to be a part of that too, and so do i. you can have your own opinion and i respect it and you can ignore this and that’s fine. stay safe. i believe in you. in whatever you want to do. God has not left you, and never will. again, Jesus Christ loves you so much. He is willing to heal you and anyone else no matter what they’ve done. He has died for us and proved that He is the Christ, Savior, and Protector.

    16. Stinkeye Jones

      It is avoidable though, extinction is avoidable. We have the ability to alter our environment and ourselves genetically, not just adapt Mr glass half empty

    17. Nite Prowler

      This thing hits really different while you're in your cozy bed having a nice cup of tea in the morning..... I regret it.

    18. Water Sheep

      Time to move to New Zealand

    19. Kenneth

      LEMMiNO is one of those few channels where whatever video I pick to watch, its guaranteed to be good.

    20. Seth Berger

      By far the best content creator on KGup. Well done brother

    21. AttilatheThrilla

      Actually EVERYTHING on this planet eventually goes extinct... 🤷‍♂️

    22. George196207

      Earth kills all, we will be it's victim sooner or latter. That's why if man is to survive he has to have ability to leave earth at a moments notice.

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    25. Emmanuel Menthos F AYUSTE

      The bunker can't save you lol everything is a public enemy

    26. Caiden Kunitsky

      3:21 Wow I wonder how long that took to render

    27. SuP4_L33T_K1Lla

      Imagine being the scientist watching the first nuke explode and you think you've just created a resonance cascade

    28. Blankbunny

      This production is more than just amazing.

    29. Reda Bell

      As always superbe quality Could you add 3D sounds In Your videos ? Just like what the channel “the tucker world” does You would be one of of the first creative on KGup Besides your videos are magnificently done for that 3D sound experience

    30. Huang William

      Sad, so enjoy everything while it lasts.

    31. Ridiculous

      Live your life to the fullest cuz you don't know when shit happens

    32. h chendo

      15:22 me, a Plague Inc veteran, hold my beer old man

    33. Atlas

      I just wanna quickly say... Chapter 3: We could probably technically survive a living hell, but I think we'd still go extinct, because of the fact that it's a living hell... I know, if the Earth turned into a just barely survivable ball of FIRE, I would most likely commit seppuku... It simply wouldn't be worth living.

    34. Atlas

      Software Engineer and Enthusiast: The problem with AI, as I see it, is very similar to Elon Musk's opinions on AI... If we use AI to make stuff easier for ourselves like we usually do with programming. We can risk creating an AI that's supposed to look out for us in every way, kind of like you see in movies... And that AI can in around a millisecond decide that Humanity is the biggest threat to humanity, which will result in the AI going full-on Skynet on us. Of course, this could be avoided easily, by just making sure that the AI will never explicitly nor implicitly take the life of a human... But, that could easily be overwritten if the AI programmes itself, or the AI just makes a decision without looking (predicting) far enough into the future and implicitly causing the death of a human. The Good Place Season 4 actually displays very well how one's actions can implicitly 'cause the suffering of others, even if it is 100 years in the future... This is what I think could happen if we go too far with AI... Having AI to assist us with grocery lists, looking up stuff on Google, etc... That is in my opinion as far as we should go until we know more. Thanks for coming to my TED Talk XD Sorry for any grammar or otherwise language mistakes, English is not my first language... But I think a lot of people would get what I'm saying. Of course, this is just one man's opinion. I know very little of the technical details of AI, since I've never personally worked with AI.

    35. c ankhovich

      "We're in the Matrix, it's all a game, a thought experiment." -Erin Valenti, Utah Tech CEO with no history of mental illness, found dead in backseat of own California rental car, days after going missing/calling her parents ------ what did she find?

    36. Dhimas Fahri

      indonesian subtitle please

    37. TheAdiJ

      THIS IS FREE??..........Netflix quality shit for free

    38. Leonardo DV

      LEMMINO you are fake. Man has achieved immortality (and you can explain why). See you at next college debate.

    39. aaryan niranjan

      I love the description of "Extraterrestrial invasion" at 8:25

    40. Phang Kuan Hoong

      Nope. the problem is not overpopulation. It's Capitalism. Pretty sad you went basic at the end in an otherwise great video.

    41. Curt Coller

      So, the cloud caused by a 1 kilometer object impact would last "months or years" If one of the 90 % detected space objects was on collision course we would be warned months in advance. The facts are quite different. But the narrator is just speaking what's written on paper. The effects of an impact (1) would last hundreds or thousands of years. The predictability of impacts months in advance is "dream". Dream on.

    42. Sultan of Science

      Can't believe it's already been a month without LeMiNo 😢

    43. Fat Guy Cooking Show

      u make the best videos on this website

    44. Underdøg Eđits

      What if a meteor hits the earth right when someone clicks on this video

    45. Burkjac

      Honestly this just proves we are our own threat

    46. eugkra33

      It's likely that climate change can destroy trillions of dollars and put entire cities under water, and kill a few billion. The idea that it will wipe out the last few inhabitants of hearth is laughable to me. By the time it will have wiped out even half of humanity, most of society will have shut down and nature will be in a recovering state. It'll be chaos and there will starvation, but the earth has faced disasters thousands of times worse and still recovered.

    47. Karmakle 2019

      I have watched this so many times and it allways sucks me in

    48. Nick Cajka

      i really want to know where to get that picture from the black death description.

    49. GonKillua14

      Can we take a moment to appreciate the fact that he made the metric system bigger that the imperial system.

    50. The Dude

      This has got to be one of the most extraordinary videos I have ever watched on KGup. Props to our guy LEMMiNO!

    51. Faker

      dont be scared guys... the gov will send a nuke and shockwaves will push the astroids away with out blowing it up

    52. Faker

      humans will never going extinct....

      1. Philitron128

        @Faker ... What the fuck are you talking about? You think you can escape fucking entropy?

      2. Faker

        @Philitron128 yes not even that bro. wellbe ona fdifferent planet by then anyways when we go exinctt well be beside god in heaven

      3. Philitron128

        Not even after the heat death of the universe?

    53. jedwardius

      Chapter 4: The Death Stranding

    54. Ginko

      Brings to mind MGS 2's ending. Rampant loss of truth with uncontrollable misinfornation. "this is how humanity ends. Not with a bang, but a whimper"

    55. Tiara Reih Mequiota

      I wonder how many times he laughed at himself during that skeleton clip

    56. tom joe

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    57. immarandomhuman

      There are so many winters that could happen lol


      WOW, this really helps my crippling anxiety :'D

    59. Samamamacus B

      That has got the single best intro animation I have ever seen.

    60. Azula

      Before watching the video: oh, hopefully nothing is gonna happen in my lifetime 😬🤞🏼 After watching the video: how come, we aren't already dead 🤔😳

    61. Disguised

      Artificial Intelligence is terrifying. It gives me anxiety every time I hear about it.

    62. J Dhanjal

      12:28, worse than Covid, I don't think so

    63. Factious Fennec

      I mean I live in Indonesia and it already feel like Hell Jakarta is flooded and thankfully I'm a alive living in Jakarta and the volcanic explosion borned a new volcanic called "anak Krakatoa" I did not know if I spelled it right but anyway it means anak means child or kid Krakatoa is the volcano itself and it's already in stage 3 which is siege which means that get ready for the siege and sorry if I'm bad at English a bit and bye!

    64. Jordan Gray

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    65. Alex Ramsay

      Good video but the problem isn't "overpopulation". That's like some Malthusian eugenicist BS. The problem is distribution of those resources, in countries like the US we consume 20x more than Global South countries, most of it we throw away. We have plenty of resources to go around to keep everyone alive and sustained and comfortable, we just don't have an economic or political system that allows effective or equal distribution of those resources. To fix this you have to radically alter those systems in order to fix the kinds of damage we're doing to the biosphere of Earth. Again -- it has nothing to do with too many people. It has to do with the way we structure societies so unequally

    66. zapzed

      Our only option is to return to moke

    67. Josh Rodriguez

      Resident Evil as our reality. Hmmm seems like a fun way to go.

    68. Oliver Koch

      That intro moved me

    69. Stafey

      Breaking News population of New Zealand increases by 2.3 million

    70. Jimes105

      Can you please do a video on another murder mystery like Black Dhalia, Jack the Ripper and/or Zodiac Killer

      1. Stafey

        Zodiac would be interesting

    71. gameSKaPe

      The only danger to humanity is human themselves.

      1. Philitron128

        Also asteroids lol

    72. Imaproshaman

      Incredible as always.

    73. Prasad T

      I'm glad Lemmino exists.

    74. PSI-TRICK

      I've never known a documentary could have replayability. Till today that is

    75. xSamura

      I was needing this dose of well made videos.

    76. checco155

      A mellifluous voice, interesting content and manicured editing. Love this channel. Please do more SPACE FACTS videos!

    77. Maks. Tardis

      ...countless disasters and humanity's still standing (skull explodes)

    78. apexmoto

      We'll bury ourselves in trash before we find a way to completely off ourselves. That being said, your content is extremely impressive! You put studios with vast budgets to shame. Bravo, I'm about to binge watch your entire channel 😁

    79. Tyler O

      I feel like I’m watching a documentary on the history of humans

    80. Gabriel Sondak

      If world war 3 ever to happen in the future.. and we use nuclear or even supersonic weapons.. rest assure, WW4 we might go back to stick and stones

      1. Gabriel Sondak

        @Offensive man hehehehehe

      2. Offensive man

        Einstein rip-off

      3. Stafey

        Naw they will call it ww1 Because history will be lost

    81. Desparate _ Pirate

      The intoro was written by thanos.

    82. Enzo Luiz

      "ai is going to kill us ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL" google's image detecting ai classifiing a bird as a gorilla:

    83. Enzo Luiz

      _invents immortalitty_*


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    85. Headywon

      *F* 🍻👍

    86. Formatic

      6:55 b b b u t......... the sun is a deadly laser?

    87. MaTTyC

      give this man a netflix show already

    88. ZMB KLR

      I am of the belief that AI will replace us. Not in some terminator scenario, but rather that the intelligence explosion is immenent. It will start in the quantum computer, and give us the technology to improve it in a few revisions. It will eventually become mobile, and here is the kicker....It will become a biological entity. Most of us don't understand that humans have now surpassed the rate of evolution, and evolution was our direct creator, that had engineered US. We in turn are nearing the spark which will cause this inevitable result. Humanity will phase out, but the entities that we develop will carry on. I have a feeling this is what happens on every planet that harbors intelligent life.

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    90. Layane Pinheiro

      why did I watch this I have anxiety

    91. Samurai Gaming

      10 55 us watching in 2021 telling to lemmino : oh you don't wanna know what's coming at you and the entire manking

    92. Pz.Kpfw. III Ausf. J

      It always comes down to nuclear winter

    93. george's racing car

      L This is language

    94. Khol

      On climate change and renewable energy. The positioning of these renewable energy sources are limited by local climate, geography, seasonal availability of the resource, financial opportunities, etc.. The manufacture of these renewable sources consumes fossil fuels, requires mining, refining and fabrication. Through these processes you encounter even worse environmental damages like metallurgy fumation, micro plastics contamination and equipment failure after short use just to name a few. To conclude, we are infact better off as we are now than to resort to renewable energy sources which will damage the environment far more than our current practices.

      1. Khol

        @Philitron128 In the jurrasic the carbon present in our atmosphere was 200 times higher and oxygen 30% higher. In the last hundred years the percentage of carbon in our atmosphere has decreased 29%. My problem is good data is being misrepresented to push the Green New Deal. That along with this push to eat mealworms and synthetic beef seems pretty screwy. One type of protein can differ wildly from another but Bill Gates doesn't care, it won't effect him. The World Economic Forum doesn't care about emissions and pays study groups to publish whatever they want said. Some people are gullible enough in their search for knowledge they don't care to weigh other possiblilities and see how the information lines up.

      2. Philitron128

        @Khol while your first point holds some merit, it fails to account for innovations in the renewables sector which are happening at na astounding rate. Your second point is quite literally bullshit. We have known the effect that CO2 has on the atmosphere since the 1800s. It's only recently that we've begun to understand the consequences of the greenhouse effect.

      3. Khol

        I would like to add that in most unbias studies it is infact unclear whether or not carbon effects the global climate at all. A greater effect to consider would be the elliptical orbit of the earth and its uneven rotation resulting in a drift of the most heated area, which is currently beginning to settle on the Pacific. This will result in overall lower temperatures and much much more storm activity.

    95. TraMaChi

      One thing that should be mentioned about Chicxulub is that it aided and not single-handedly wiped out the Dinosaurs as, incidentally, around this time frame there has been Flood Vulcanism and Chicxulub is argued to have accelerated or aided in the vulcanism itself. Flood Vulcanism is the major cause for the major mass extinction events on earth andmost larger MEEs we have found are linked to heavy Flood Vulcanism. Chicxulub played a role and definetely helped in the evvent 66Mio years ago but Flood vulcanism around this time frame (hundreds of thousands of years around the impact) is linked to the actual Mass Extinction.

    96. sertu

      I'm sorry if this is a stupid question, but how would the dust after a comet impact stay in the atmosphere for months or even years? I get that the dust is affected by wind, but at the end of the day they are tiny rocks that are a lot heavier than air, so they should fall down relatively quickly, right?

      1. sertu

        @Philitron128 ah okay, thank you for the explaination

      2. Philitron128

        Not a stupid question at all! It mainly has to do with the sheer quantity of the stuff. It's fairly light and the air currents up high can be very extreme. So it will eventually come down do to it's relative density and gravity. But if there's a very large amount of it, this process will take a long time.

    97. Boomer Gloria

      The thumbnail makes we think we consumed the apocalypse

    98. iDeciduous

      Lemmino: *creates a beautiful production* Patron: Chicken fingers.

    99. Nekeda

      The skeleton drinking tea at a table surrounded by fire is a perfect image for merch... just saying

    100. Dan Frederiksen

      Meteor impact is a non issue. But I guess the truth gets fewer views in this case :) Try the UFO topic. The ET situation. It's actually true and very profound.