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Don't get too excited, but war? We might be done with all that.

Is war over? The answer is "maybe," but it's looking pretty good.

Yes, there are plenty of terrible things happening in the world today, but this interesting video suggests that plenty of evidence is showing that it's not unreasonable to believe that war may indeed be over.

Part of this thinking comes from the fact that while the global population is at an all-time high, we're actually living in the most peaceful time in human history. Up until World War I, war was perceived as one of those "inevitable" parts of the human experience. But times have changed.

Consider the following truths:

  • Colonialism is almost completely over
  • Nation states have pretty much stopped attacking each other
  • Civil wars are being resolved in an increasingly peaceful manner
  • Borders are mostly fixed, leading to a decline in global land conflicts

Is war "so 20th Century," as this video claims? We don't know quite yet, but it's actually not that crazy of a thing to hope for. We'll find out soon. Supposedly, the next 75 years will determine if this peaceful trend is likely to continue.

Check out the video and see what you think.


Cops Thought The Black Teen Had A Rocket Launcher. So Neil Taught Them All A Lesson.

The story of Neil deGrasse Tyson starts a a few billion years ago, but don't worry — this animated look at the life of the world's most famous cosmologist only lasts a a few minutes. But you'll wish it were longer.

The story of Neil deGrasse Tyson begins, like most other stories of heroes, with people just not *getting it.*

When he first began the adventure that would lead him to be an astrophysicist, folks said:

"Astronomers look like this*...


...they don't look like this**!"


But his parents had seen his curiosity and had given him a telescope.

And there was no going back.

But even though his parents understood him, police didn't like the looks of an astronomer *who looked like Neil* on top of a roof with ... THAT.

"Hands up! That looks like a rocket launcher!"

But lucky for US ALL, those policemen gave things a closer look.

They looked closer at Neil, and in so doing, looked closer at ~*~The Cosmos.~*~

And instead of the worst outcome coming from policemen facing a young black kid who *appears* threatening, they looked closer and fell in love with science just a little bit on that night.

Powerful stuff.

Yeah. More science and emotion and hope below. Press "Play" if you're into that kinda thing. :)

For every one of these videos that you watch, you're effectively donating half a penny to whichever charity the video supports. Yes, my friend, that means that all you have to do to "donate money" is watch some of these funny animal videos.

Are you ready to see how much money you can donate by watching cute animal videos? Let's begin!

Look at these ADORABLE assistance dogs cooling off in a fountain:

100% of the revenue on this video will go to Paws With Purpose.

Have you seen these 5 Cute Animals Acting Like People?

100% of the revenue generated by this video will be donated to the International Primate Protection League.

What about the 25 most startled animals of ALL TIME?

100% of the revenue generated by this video will be donated to the Snow Leopard Trust.

If you watched all 3 of these videos all the way through, you helped raise 1.5 cents for these animal charities. If you want to make an even bigger impact, you can subscribe to the Charity Animal Television YouTube channel OR share this post with your friends. You know they'll appreciate a ~good~ reason to watch some funny animal videos.