Casually Explained: Evolution

Avaldati 3 jaan 2016
Although first published in the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin in 1859, the theory has gone through many small changes to become what it is today.

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Ok, real talk for a second. I owned Ducks when I was a kid and they’re super dumb. But the worst thing is it’s like they’re proud of it too. Like our ducks use to lay eggs and literally forget where they laid them and when you tried to say “hey chad, your nest is over there you dumb duck” they don’t give a shit and peck at your shoelaces because they’ve forgotten why they’re there and just want bread crumbs.

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  • Strong tierzoo energy

  • Somebody has been watching some tier zoo

  • “Quak quak quak quak quak” This is still funny to this day

  • Turn the video speed into ×0.25, go to 1:58, and pause when you see a colorful flash. If you succeed, you will have laughs.

  • 1:58 I really spent so long to pause on that screen and when I got it I have no idea what it’s talking about

  • 1:36 how you gonna leave out the fact that they occasionally fight evil scientists who aren’t actually evil, and take on a frenemy and eventually friend role, helping them discover their humanity again?

  • I spend like 3 minutes trying to stop video at 0,25 speed at 1:57. EDIT: NOW IM WRITING THIS COMMENT AND I STOPPED IT OH I SEE IT I DID IT

  • 1:57 spore what would milk and sporeos be like are random thoughts like these actual events in parallel universes showers remind me of cookies do pirates like chips ahoy i wonder if piracy violations have anything to do with pirates do Jamaicans like bacon does kevin bacon like jimmy dean

  • Did anyone else notice the screen glitch at 1:56? 😄

  • Teirzoo

  • It took me two minutes to see the frames and I thought it would be nice

  • He draw fish the same way ysac does

  • Obviously after the video i had to search about platypus nipples.... thanks a lot...

  • Entire evolution can be stopped by pressing 'B', lol pokemon games XD

  • Code Bullet cameo is on point!

  • From what game is the skill tree taken from?

  • The recurring Natalie Dormer busts are getting hilarious.

  • I forgot that casually explained was once tier zoo

  • “A wide spread disease” :(

  • actually watching the video -> 3 minutes total duration of freeze-framing to see what he actually wrote in the slides, ->17 minutes

  • "hold b".. me: smash like button!

  • The dislikes are all from non religious people

  • 1:57 I litterly got it on the first try pausing it

  • 1:57 you guys see that right?

  • I feel sorry for the ducks 😭😭

  • pause at exactly 1:57 ... What the hell am I looking at? Is this Spore?

  • play 1:56 at 0:25x speed. anyone know what this is?

  • Edward Current!! :)

  • Did anyone else notice the red fish has the nazi symbol on it at 0:45 ?

  • Evolution - what them durrty atheists believe so they don't have to answer to Gaaaawd.

    • Yeah right. Let's just ignore that it has nothing to do with God and most Christians accept evolution as well. 😂 I know your comment was sarcasm.

  • 1:58

  • What up with this Knigga and that actress!?

  • 8 years later

  • Other animals are using the Zweihänder, but here we are using the true MVP weapon: Moonlight Greatsword.

  • anyone that thinks evolution is false is big stupid

  • Here from UpIsNotJump.

  • 1:58

  • What does this guy have against ducks

  • 66 million years ago??? Last i heard it was 65 million years. Man, I'm getting old.

  • I really hate the 2020 update Patch notes: Socialisation -90% Virus death rate: +1200% Mating chance: -98% New mob in American server: murder hornets Upcomming event: WW3 Trending gear: face masks

    • @Jay Groomes i posted this comment like in april

    • 1 ww3 was like a week in january, 2 the hornets are fine

    • MarksFitness best one is a hazmat mask of course. After you have surgical and n95. After its cloth masks.

    • Which masks are Best In Slot currently? I keep hearing conflicting reviews.

    • @GoldDropper Looks are nothing to do with anything my dude. Unless you're above a seven, we're all in the same boat. All you gotta do is look to people like Ron Jeremy for inspiration.

  • Widespread disease eh?

  • 1:57

  • 8 years later, still disappointed

  • This guy basically gave birth to TierZoo, and TierZoo gave birth to tier lists.... So Casually explained basically gave birth to tier list genre.

  • Lol the spore meme at 1:58 is hilarious

  • Widespread desease you say?😬

  • that T- rex has some thick thighs

  • SPEAKING OF DUCKS, CORKSCREW DICKS! THEY HAVE EM

  • Another balance update is happening now huh

  • I saw spores for a sec hahahahahaha I’m dying

  • 1:58

  • Great shout out to Nintendo Power!

  • 1:10 well, said like that ducks suck ALOT

  • 1:57 there’s a spore reference

  • Did you guys know that half population is stupidier than average?

  • 1:57 xD

  • Are we going ignore the fact he said platypuses and not platypie

    • platupi is actully psudolatin, the correct latin form would be platypodes however platypuses is the correct English plural

  • 1:57

  • I use his voice to help me fall asleep. Good voice 10/10

  • wait, that far side gallery chicken (gary larson) reference at 2:25

  • still disappointed

  • Humans are the only animals that can onder if they have a purpose. The only downside is that can lead to... An early death.....

  • Nobody: Creationists watching this: >:(

  • 0:02 Seems like me and many other stopped at some point in evolution.

  • fun fact the big bang theory and the theory of evolution were first developed by priests

    • Cowfat really? I didn’t know that, thank you.

    • @jahbama and the big bang wasnt even first theorized by him, it was theorized by many others, he was just one of the many scientists that helped prove it

    • no they were not. the theory of evolution was first theorised by Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, who was not a priest, and developed by Darwin, who was an agnostic. You are right about the big band theory however, that was first theorised by Georges Lemaître, a Belgian priest.

  • Someone has been watching TeirZoo

  • He even admitted later on that he watches TierZoo

    • This video is older than tierzoo...

  • @1:57

  • 1:58

  • 1:58

  • 1:58

  • nice

  • what game was that skill tree he showed from?

  • I think i need to change accounts

  • The Nazi fish outta nowhere made me laugh for 30 seconds straight

  • 0:28 I needed this. This is just too legendary.

  • Checkmate atheists!

  • Ew what's the species from 0:24 ???

  • Ducks best build

  • All the dinosaurs had to do was press b. Too bad poor t Rex’s arms were short and he probably couldn’t reach...

  • Teirzoo

  • When you pause perfectly at 1:58 and see the pictures: :)

  • Magnetopus

  • I didn't know casually explained was tierzoo back in 2016

  • This is just a tier zoo video

  • I was focusing on something else as the video ended and then I just here this man make some random ass duck noises. Ok, sir.

  • When casually explained tries to be TierZoo

    • This video is older than the entire tierzoo channel

    • No

  • If anyone is wondering, theres a flash at 1:57. Its 2 pictures of a type of evolution game with cartoony graphics. I dont know what game it is but to add to that it reads "8 years later, still dissapointed"

  • Wow, this video is turning 4 years old tomorrow!

  • ...tier zoo?

  • Most animals can sense elecromagmetic waves. They are just light. You mean platypusses have electroreceptors

  • It’s like TierZoo except for casuals.

    • And this predates tier zoo

    • TierZoo does in depth meta analysis and build guides, Casually Explained gives us strategies and tactics

  • 8 years later still disappointed

  • 1:57

  • OK TIERZOO

  • Teirzoo vibz

  • 1:57

  • “Platypus […] can sense electromagnetic waves”. Well, I do, we all humans also do (at least some frequencies of waves). Those electromagnetic waves are called light and different wavelengths/frequencies are called colours. Not so accurately explained what's different with the platypus, though…

    • @Ugly Toaster It depends of that black patch. :v But seriously, what I mean is that it isn't specified how platypus' perception of electromagnetic waves differs from other mammals'. Is it UV perception? Is it infrared? Is it polarised light? Is it a lot more sensitivity in visible spectrum do that they could say if the light is on or off with eye patches (if they could speak)? I actually don't know, but the video doesn't tell us.

    • So with black patch covering your eyes you can sense if light is on or off in room... Cool

  • But if platypuses don't have nipples, they can't count as mammals because a mammal is literally a BREASTED beast

  • So we’re just gonna ignore that Nazi fish