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How Leonardo da Vinci Changed the World

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Leonardo da Vinci, the famous Italian artist and polymath who lived during the high renaissance changed the world in a huge way. He is best known for his painting the Mona Lisa, which is the most famous piece of art in the world. Many believe Leonardo da Vinci - Polymath to be one of the greatest artists and painters ever to live, and this is probably true. But Leonardo da Vinci was so much more than just one of the greatest artists. He was an architect, an astronomer, a botanist, a cartographer, an engineer, a geologist, a hydrodynamicist, a mathematician, a musician, a theatre producer, a scientist, an inventor and much, much more. Leonardo was a pioneer in so many different areas and he truly was a genius.

Born in 1452, Leonardo da Vinci lived for 67 years, dying in 1519. Most people only think of him in the context of the Mona Lisa, but he gave the world so much more than just one of the world’s greatest paintings. His notebooks are stuffed full of so much amazing information, observations and inventions that we’re still learning from today, over 500 years later. Leonardo daVinci was a polymath in its purest form and embodied everything great about the renaissance. He produced art that was easily comparable and often better than Michelangelo, Raphael, Donatello or Botticelli, whilst also being a leading intellectual making discoveries in so many different areas. Leonardo da Vinci was perhaps one of the greatest, most talented people ever to live.

Many people ask Did Leonardo da Vinci do this or Was Leonardo da Vinci that… well in this video I do my best to answer many of the most popular questions about Leonardo, whilst exploring his life and asking the question How Did Leonardo da Vinci Change the World?
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Leonardo da Vinci (Polymath) Documentary about his life and impact on the world. Looking at his artwork (art), notebooks (notes), inventions, discoveries and ideas changed the world.

People Who Changed the World uploads videos about people from history and present day that have somehow changed our world in a meaningful and impactful way.
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Thank you so much for watching. It really means the world to me to know you’re watching my videos. Video researched, written, produced, and edited by me… William Payne. You can follow me on twitter if you like - twitter.com/WilliamThePayne
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People Who Changed the World
Check out my new video! How Alexander Fleming Changed the World - brvid.net/video/video-y6084NqO_Sw.html
MC CABE
MC CABE 6 meses atrás
Leonardo Da Vinci was a real Genius!
Meiti Jobse
Meiti Jobse 26 dias atrás
@Zarko Grncarevski Yes also a Genius
paulo dworakowski
paulo dworakowski 29 dias atrás
@Flying Dutchman w
paulo dworakowski
paulo dworakowski 29 dias atrás
@Flying Dutchman w
Hemant Chhapekar
Hemant Chhapekar Mês atrás
@Real Aiglon Can you explain why and how?
Gwilym Batista
Gwilym Batista Mês atrás
@Real Aiglon ok mate
Basquiat
Basquiat 5 meses atrás
To think that guys like Da Vinci, Columbus, Machiavelli, Medicis, Marco Polo, Michaelangelo, etc all existed the same time is phenomenal.
Carlo Del Corso
Carlo Del Corso 12 dias atrás
And Italian
huey huey
huey huey 21 dia atrás
What?!
S S
S S 25 dias atrás
Marco Polo ~1254-1324
Rossco’s Financial Revolution
Either that time was capable of producing amazing people or they were all full of shit and stole all their ideas from each other
MATTY McSPLATTY
MATTY McSPLATTY 6 meses atrás
He was so ahead of his time, imagine if he was able to hang out with Nikola Tesla, what a team they would make, the things they could invent between them. Two under-utilized geniuses. Great documentary. I hope your channel grows. Cant wait for another "person who changed the world" episode.
MortalClown
MortalClown 22 dias atrás
Who knows? There are all kinds of possibilities in the inter-dimensional sense.
Ancient Knowledge
Ancient Knowledge Mês atrás
@Real Aiglon your joking right?
Real Aiglon
Real Aiglon Mês atrás
Under utilised? Da Vinci never came up with one single working invention (even his “innovations” in painting failed miserably). How on earth could he be utilised?
kiwitrainguy
kiwitrainguy Mês atrás
@LEE MILLARD I think that they would have more sense than to let their egos get in the way of their collaboration.
Justin Whitney
Justin Whitney 6 meses atrás
I see da Vinci's story as a testament to what happens when we remove barriers to creativity. How many people throughout history were born with gifts of this level, but they were peasants, field workers, or worse - women? How much raw talent was smothered because of humanity's horrendous misogyny and bigotry. Even with da Vinci, imagine if a Medici had not been caught up in his sodomy scandal - da Vinci may have wasted away in prison or been executed. Even today, how many da Vincis are wasting their talents in dead-end, low paying jobs, struggling to pay rent while taking care of children or parents? No time to rest, much less quench their insatiable curiosity and creativity. It seemed like da Vinci struggled with ADHD and depression. Now he would be put on pharmaceuticals, numbed into compliance so he could keep grinding away at a purposeless existence. The freedom to explore and express this level of creativity is a privilege still afforded only to a few, even today. In a just society, it would be available to everyone. Imagine how much we would all benefit if all the da Vincis in our day-to-day lives were allowed to invent and create to their fullest potential.
Kathy Larson
Kathy Larson 22 dias atrás
Only if they feel sorry for themselves, if we are talking about art that is a personal journey, if we are talking about money, money begets money
Page
Page 22 dias atrás
@Zsombor Szigeti You literally have 0 evidence that all geniuses "find a way into the history books". A completely unprovable claim and therefore an empty meaningless assertion without merit whatsoever.
MortalClown
MortalClown 22 dias atrás
Marvelous observations. Indeed. Thank you for leaving these words.
Meh
Meh 29 dias atrás
@Justin Whitney they probably won’t reply to you considering they wrote this comment without critical thinking quit common these these days they talk with such confidence while spouting utter nonsense
L W
L W 7 meses atrás
Can you imagine what he could accomplish today, with the assistance of modern technology? What an incredible man.
Argelia Colon
Argelia Colon 13 dias atrás
@Tyler Burns HHI TTYLER TEEENK FOR. YUO INTEREST. IN HHITORY. IIN. IN YUO SIDE. 💋
Argelia Colon
Argelia Colon 13 dias atrás
@Sad Ken Hi IN REALY IS. MY PLASER TENK GOD. BLES. ALLWAS
brandon stojanovic
brandon stojanovic 22 dias atrás
Not much too be honest, no one would fund him lol
Petek Demircioğlu Çelebi
Probably would create a global empire of high tech&art.
None
None 6 meses atrás
When you’re not confined by the constraints of society, if you put your mind to it you can accomplish anything. This was indeed a great man.
Herve Ngoie
Herve Ngoie 12 dias atrás
You are speak like a genius... it takes one to know one
None
None 17 dias atrás
@Guide504 The required intelligence is within most people. They are just restricted by society to be able to explore all their talents.
Guide504
Guide504 18 dias atrás
Not really you leave out the need for inherent stratospheric IQ.
Ann Wachter
Ann Wachter Mês atrás
Leonardo's talent was driven by the hole in his heart from a lack of motherly love. Extreme talent is often a reflection of great personal pain. Art is therapy paying homage to his muse who has the ear to the gods.
Real Aiglon
Real Aiglon Mês atrás
No so great, no.
Daevion Taylor
Daevion Taylor 6 meses atrás
I don’t think Leonardo Da Vinci could manage to watch his own documentary without taking breaks in the process
Elusive Mystique
Elusive Mystique Mês atrás
LOL true
Robinson di Coca
Robinson di Coca Mês atrás
@TheAureliac Are you saying it wouldn't gratify his musical "pallet"?
TheAureliac
TheAureliac 2 meses atrás
Particularly with that anachronistic soundtrack looping way too often.
Angus Uchiha
Angus Uchiha 5 meses atrás
i know his paintings are beautiful, but can i be the first to say: his sketches are absolutely breathtaking. the level of detail is staggering. especially on anatomy, and fluid dynamics. no wonder it took him years to produce a single painting; dude was sketching, studying, and writing, like an absolute mad lad. 369 i.q (i.q is bullshit.) also, can i get the soundtrack for this video?
Bro
Bro Mês atrás
The Renaissance seems like such a great time to live in. Imagine having all these geniuses living during this time
BB has POTS
BB has POTS 28 dias atrás
no hot water in the winter, no ac in the summer, no lights, no tv, no internet, no meds such a great time
aaronfledge
aaronfledge 3 meses atrás
I've read a bit about da Vinci, but had absolutely no idea he pioneered so much in so many different fields. People tend to downplay the notebooks, saying a lot of his technical ideas were interesting but inaccurate or not workable in practice. I'm astonished at how much *was* workable, or would have been with more advanced technology. The advanced anatomical stuff, the map-drawing, the study of flight, the architectural visions, and on and on...the mind boggles.
marieamelie berger
marieamelie berger 3 meses atrás
Great docu! Leonardo was also living in a very hard and somewhat cruel society. He certainly suffered from that as a man . A force of Nature in all aspects: mentally, intellectually and certainly physiologically.
Gennie Deckssar
Gennie Deckssar 2 meses atrás
Leonardo da vinci (1452-1519) Italian painter,inventor,sculptor,architect ,engineer, scientist (work on botany ,zoology,optics anthropology, mineralogy, biology, paleontology, physics,anatomy,chemistry and aeronautics) mathematician, cartographer,musician, philosopher,astronomer,alchemist and writer.
Zaggie Ng
Zaggie Ng 6 meses atrás
Hi! I want to let you know that this is an amazing analysis on Leonardo and I love how you took extra minutes to elaborate on the key periods. Hope more videos are in the works :)
galanie
galanie 8 meses atrás
If anything, this shows how a child should be encouraged to pursue interests and areas of curiosity rather than discouraged because you want them to do something else. I think he is so famous today because maybe all the ideas weren't his own originally but he developed and most importantly documented them.
Dee Vee
Dee Vee 28 dias atrás
@Prepperjon PNW Your grandson is priviledged. Good for him. Years from now, when/if he meets great success, we'll say he is a "self-made man".
Manoo Koussa
Manoo Koussa 3 meses atrás
@Andreas Furdal and
Manoo Koussa
Manoo Koussa 3 meses atrás
@Andreas Furdal is
Manoo Koussa
Manoo Koussa 3 meses atrás
@Andreas Furdal I I think think
gmaureen
gmaureen 6 meses atrás
I sometimes try to imagine what it would be like to spend time with this incredible man.
Linda Gelinas
Linda Gelinas 6 meses atrás
Very well done! I learned so much more about the man than I ever knew. I appreciated how you showed us what life was like then. It made it real and not remote.
Kalashi Kashmiri Euro girl
Wow, i'm speechless! Leonardo da Vinci, he's as close to being super human, as any human could well be. A truly, truly impressive, talented, intelligent & hardworking human being. Thank you, Leonardo da Vinci, for your time on this earth & for your many talents & gifts. May you RIP. To all reading my message, please never give up on your dreams and personal aspirations. Just believe in yourself and be your own biggest influencer. We may not be the great Leonardo da Vinci, BUT, we all possess a talent or two and if we put our minds into all we want & we turn our thoughts into something very practical, we CAN make things happen. Never give up on yourself and always give things a try, for if you try not, you'll never know what might have been. Don't allow the years to pass by doing nothing, then carrying great regret afterward, for regret, it's a sheer waste of your time. Thank you for sharing this video & my best wishes sent to all.
Rassy
Rassy 6 meses atrás
This was great!. Your way of telling stories is so captivating & unique. Wanted to check out more videos from your channel but realized this was the only one. Please continue to do more if possible
j d
j d 4 meses atrás
Yes please!
Stephi Varjan
Stephi Varjan 7 meses atrás
Brilliant work. One can never get enough of Leonardo. We need to be reminded from time to time, that life isn't just about earning money and paying the bills. We are here to learn from observation of the world around us, and in that respect, Leonardo was a voyeur extraordinaire. Even if he didn't change the world in his own time, perhaps we need him now, more than ever. Thank you.
Lance Fuatimu
Lance Fuatimu 6 meses atrás
👍❤️
Joe Reidy
Joe Reidy 7 meses atrás
Ha ha da vinci was light in the loafers LOL
Derrick Allen
Derrick Allen 7 meses atrás
Could not have been said better.
Paul Postal
Paul Postal 7 meses atrás
Well said!
Stephi Varjan
Stephi Varjan 7 meses atrás
(?)🙃@Jerry Chianciola
MrCherryJuice
MrCherryJuice 6 meses atrás
Thank you for this engaging, informing and inspiring insight into the brilliant man - and mind - that was Leonardo da Vinci. It succinct yet comprehensive. And it has prompted me to consider my own need to be more curious and observant, and to ask more questions and seek more answers. Indeed, watching this has made my day and will surely fuel my aspirations for some time to come. I will surely return to view it again. And again. Thank you.
John Johnson
John Johnson 6 meses atrás
We'll never truly know his genius or his shortcomings. That's what makes him amazing!
Caleb Griffith
Caleb Griffith 3 meses atrás
There’s like 20 people on Earth that people say are genius but in reality a real genius only comes every few generations... no one in the business, academic, political, or social spheres of our world RIGHT now hold a candle to my boy Da Vinci
Jared Thomas
Jared Thomas 6 meses atrás
I thought this was a professional documentary until the very end, the narration sounds amazing and is very well written
Gennie Deckssar
Gennie Deckssar 2 meses atrás
He had at least 20 types of talents.he is considered at least 50 in all categories mentioned! That’s what makes him greatest minds ever.
Diana Allen
Diana Allen Mês atrás
This is an amazing documentary. I had no idea of LdV life, this really gives us an insight into a brilliant man. Thank you!
Joanna Müller
Joanna Müller Mês atrás
Imagine how advanced and improved the world would be today if people were able to persue their natural curiosity like they could in the Renaissance.
Vincent
Vincent 6 meses atrás
I get existential thinking about how such a great mind possessing that kind of genius could be limited to only one lifetime
ppyung
ppyung 5 meses atrás
As he said, "I awoke only to find that the rest of the world is still asleep." This represent his advanced great mind during his time.
Only The Willing
Only The Willing 3 dias atrás
Keep making videos. This is incredibly well made. Thank you 🙏🏽
Beej Price
Beej Price Mês atrás
This video is the best tribute to Leonardo that I've seen. Wonderfully and expertly presented.
am designs
am designs 4 meses atrás
Leonardo Da Vinci was incredible and inspiring he's awareness of the cruelty caused to animals. I went vegan because his compassionate intelligent views towards other animals. Incredible individual.
J Clark
J Clark 7 meses atrás
This documentary was captivating and emotional. Leonardo da Vinci may very will be the most talented person ever. A Man hundreds of years ahead of his time.
Payton 0210
Payton 0210 Mês atrás
@Real Aiglon you need to research.. he mapped out a whole city for disease control, invented autopsies, and idk wtf you're talking about failed in terms of an artist. Yes he obviously had a huge ego that hindered him but it's obviously he could be the smartest person to ever live
Real Aiglon
Real Aiglon Mês atrás
🤣🤣🤣 *Oh, God! Give me a break!* *If you think a failed painter and a useless “inventor” (who did not come up with one single working thing) is “the most talented person ever”, maybe you don’t know many people!*
OhhMyANUS
OhhMyANUS Mês atrás
Johnny sins is more talented
Payton 0210
Payton 0210 3 meses atrás
@Rumpled Trumpskin bro you don't know how wrong you are.. they've literally re created and tested them and they worked amazingly. Not to mention everything you just said is speculation and opinions
Hi
Hi 3 meses atrás
That's the reason why Leonardo Da Venci is one of the most popular geniuses ever!
Daniel N
Daniel N Mês atrás
This is such a brilliant and well organized documentary. Loved it.
Aiden Jordan
Aiden Jordan Mês atrás
Funny enough, I rarely think of DaVinci as an artist. I always get taken back for a second when someone mentions it. Then go, yeah yeah, he was an artist too wasn't he?
Tom Lee
Tom Lee Mês atrás
What an excellent history on an amazing person! I love this channel! Great job!
hassan shayegannik
hassan shayegannik 7 meses atrás
How can an ultra genius reach such a point of achievement, which happened once in history, is beyond imagination. Thanks for this comprehensive work!
Real Aiglon
Real Aiglon Mês atrás
He was no genius at all. What did he do appart from having been a failed painter and “inventing” absolutely useless things (none of them work)? Give me a break!
Curtis Bryce
Curtis Bryce Mês atrás
@SpaniardsR Moors Your assumptions and programming determine where you will end up in life. And to be blunt, yours are completely wrong for you.
SpaniardsR Moors
SpaniardsR Moors Mês atrás
@Curtis Bryce I bet you're on govt 'ssistance🤣
Curtis Bryce
Curtis Bryce 4 meses atrás
@KLZ Being a genius is completely useless unless you have the ability to read people and sell them on new ideas. I would suggest you start with a book by Mac Fulfer, J.D. called "Amazing Face Reading" and then follow it up with "Ziglar on Selling" by Zig Ziglar. Once you get the basics, then you can start looking for things people may actually need. Being a genius is simply putting together two unrelated axioms and creating something new or finding a new usage for something that already exists. Leonardo didn't do anything out of the ordinary, he just allowed his imagination to flourish and then looked at an idea or a problem from a different perspective.
Richie Digs
Richie Digs 7 meses atrás
Hands down the most intelligent person to ever live.
Daniel Parsons
Daniel Parsons Mês atrás
This is AMAZING! Please make some more videos on other greats of history, we need it!
TheRemoteTTL
TheRemoteTTL Mês atrás
Leonardo was and remains one of greatest minds ever to be lived on this planet. no doubt. hes legacy will surprise and inspire many centuries ahead if we dont destroy humanity. fun fact is that original painting isnt exibited in museums... one reason - madman who can destory them. its high copies that reflects partial genious work of authors. Leonardo is only one person i find inspiration of. he was way ahead his time and our time. impressive. many speculations remains about his personal life and inventions, but one fact remains - greatest human in history. greater than Tesla or Newton.
Paul Routh
Paul Routh 7 meses atrás
I think Leonardo became bored with art when writing to the Duke of Milan. He had become among the very best in the world and I think, wanted to follow his interests in other fields than remain in one he had mastered. The epitome of Renaissance Man.
Rogelio Manuel Africa
Rogelio Manuel Africa 6 meses atrás
i did not know i would finish this documentary. Thank you for giving enormous effort to this informative documentary.
LiDDeRz
LiDDeRz 5 meses atrás
Fantastic documentary. I learned a lot, thank you!
Allen Madison
Allen Madison 5 meses atrás
My all time favorite historical figure thanks for the extra info on him enjoyed the video.
Paul Evans
Paul Evans 6 meses atrás
His human anatomical studies are incredible. There are sites where you can view them alongside a modern scan to see the amazing accuracy he achieved.
R L
R L 2 meses atrás
Da Vinci was a masterpiece himself❤️
MG
MG 2 meses atrás
I learned a lot from this channel about Leonardo Da Vinci so glad that youtube recommend this video ⭐️ fantastic and behind the voice over. You have a great voice and very convincing on how you narrate every details ⭐️ hoping for more videos to come.
People Who Changed the World
Thank you so much, I'm so happy you enjoyed the video! I am working on the next video. I've finished the script, and am currently finding all the footage and images. I hope it will be uploaded within the next month.
Susan Campos
Susan Campos 5 meses atrás
Leonardo De Vinci artwork was very good creative thoughts and was able to do many different types of work . Architecture , theater scene sets, anatomy description s with drawings , botanist flowers and plants telescope to view the Moon , plus his painting s as well etc. So he was well rounded in his thoughts and ideas. Such an inspiration for me and other who have creative thoughts. We thank him for our progress to our today s world . And his historical life. Works.
158lb
158lb 2 meses atrás
Leonardo was so lucky for having a supportive parents. Agreed on what he want to do and what he likes to do. Maybe im already a good artist and had an art studio if my parents was supportive as his parents.
Liv _
Liv _ 7 meses atrás
This is such a beautifully made video. I teared up so many times, since I love Leonardo so much, he was such an incredible person. This video deserves so much more attention, it’s very clear and straight to the point and would be nice to watch for someone that has no clue about what he did. Ahh I’m still just once again thinking of the genius this man was. He’s the true definition of a polymath.
K
K 4 meses atrás
@Chasing Birds some of us have sensitive hearing. I had to stop watching because the violins became too much.
K
K 4 meses atrás
@Isobel MacKellaig I had to stop watching because of the background music. It got too loud and annoying.
Chasing Birds
Chasing Birds 6 meses atrás
@Isobel MacKellaig overbearing music? Hardly.
Jas Bjor
Jas Bjor 6 meses atrás
Thank you so much .....we appreciate that ..all of us in this head l.o.l
NeurodivergentPerson
NeurodivergentPerson 7 meses atrás
A brilliant, though underrated video. The wonderful combination of beautiful storytelling and classical music, perfect for relaxing, driving or doing some daily routine. Thank you for putting out such a great content. You deserve a sub. Good luck on your future videos. :)
People Who Changed the World
Thank you so much for watching!
Pat Robb
Pat Robb 6 meses atrás
What a totally amazing mind, I have always really admired him
Arden Ma Rui
Arden Ma Rui 6 meses atrás
Personally I think he was someone from the future time traveling to the past and stuck in there. He was mainly artist, but as someone of future and decently knowledgeable, he just share anything the knowledge from the future that he knows or learn from school. A great novel can be made from his story haha
Krissa Louvae
Krissa Louvae 4 meses atrás
kind of spoiler alert ... the fact that he bought birds at the markets and set them free and that he recognized that all animals have feelings exactly the same as we humans do makes me love him! (edit to add: I think the reason he didn't have a conflict to design weapons is because unlike other animals, humans aren't blameless and he probably was trying to help those who needed it to defend themselves) ... Thanks for this amazing video! I learned a lot. 💙
Tessie Clemente
Tessie Clemente Mês atrás
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Im1sickpup
Im1sickpup 7 meses atrás
This may very well be the best thing I have ever watched on BRvid. Thank you so much for creating it and sharing it with us. Imagine what kind of a world we would live in if we didn't have to spend 400- or 500-years re-learning everything this man came up with.
Janitor Queen
Janitor Queen 6 meses atrás
@neosapiens Thanks so much for the link. I will check it out right now. 😁 ✌🏼
neosapiens
neosapiens 7 meses atrás
And may I wish you happy viewing. I hope you cherish it as much as I do. I saw it all in class and then checked it out of the high school library a couple times to watch it all the way through again at home. Finding it here on BRvid was a magical gift. I have since downloaded it as well. Have fun.
James Kewa
James Kewa 7 meses atrás
Leonardo was surely a genius ahead of his time.
I'm in your head
I'm in your head 7 meses atrás
It's amazing. Leonardo was a genius amongst geniuses.
dexter
dexter 6 meses atrás
Leonardo da vinci helped us remind how great a human being can be
Master Junky
Master Junky 4 meses atrás
I think the Italian Renaissance was the greatest example of human greatness ever.
Tiffany Zhang
Tiffany Zhang 6 meses atrás
Amazing video! Leonardo truly is special and is such an inspiration. I hope you will make more videos like this
Apostolowitz Art
Apostolowitz Art 5 meses atrás
Da Vinci & Nikola Tesla 👏👏The 2 greatest minds in the last millenium (or more). Where we'd been today without these two... i dare not ponder.😳
ijalabadaloza
ijalabadaloza 6 meses atrás
I really love this. Please make more documentary like this. ❤️
Gopesh Yadav
Gopesh Yadav 6 meses atrás
Thankyou for this🙏 your way of explaining is very easy to understand and simple words of english is also make it so simple. This is very helpful for those whose first language is not english. Appreciate you sir❤️ Edit: please make more documentary like this one
Sonda Shaull
Sonda Shaull 5 meses atrás
Enjoyed.
Michael Joseph
Michael Joseph 6 meses atrás
lovely. It's great how one can take a subject that one feels he knows so thoroughly, like Leonardo da Vinci, only to discover there is so much more to learn, and that one really didn't know the subject at all. Thank you!
mattia manzetti
mattia manzetti 5 dias atrás
leonardo da vinci is one of the most brilliant people to have ever lived. this documentary perfectly summarized his life, works and ideas. wow
Toma Hawk
Toma Hawk 4 meses atrás
Leonardo da Vinci >>> Just hearing his melodious name inspires Elegance & Refinement in the Science & Arts! Thank You So Much for this Well Researched & Presented Biography! 🌷🌿🌍💖🇮🇹
Hawthorne Hill Nature Preserve
This was an amazing documentary! One of the best summaries of Leonardo da Vinci’s life and talents that I’ve seen.
Justine Palmeida
Justine Palmeida 5 meses atrás
Fascinating man! Thank you so much for sharing. This documentary was made with a lot of passion and love. Very well done. Greetings from 🇪🇨 ❤️👏
#06 Malavika B
#06 Malavika B 4 meses atrás
Thank you for making this video. It was really illuminating and enlightening. Please keep doing this for us.
Eagle eyE
Eagle eyE 5 meses atrás
Leonardo Da Vinci is a great example of sometimes choosing different path is better
DJ Mikee T
DJ Mikee T 6 meses atrás
Great post, I’ve learned so much more about this man. What an inspiration to the human race.
drwhatson
drwhatson 7 meses atrás
Leonardo was a typical creative person - many of his projects remained unfinished, abandoned when he reached a point where he lost interest. The creative process being more important than the end result.
PrincipeCrociato
PrincipeCrociato Mês atrás
@Aldo Bonaso 100%
Cass Sullivan-Keddy
Cass Sullivan-Keddy 5 meses atrás
@Gerald Friend I have ADHD. I hadn't heard of VAST. Of course I will continue to research it. Thank you for the info.
Aldo Bonaso
Aldo Bonaso 5 meses atrás
@Gerald Friend all these stupid labels for people who don't fit exactly into the mould...it irritates me so much. Almost everything is a spectrum. Including focus and interest. Stop labelling us with stupid acronyms. (this is a general rant, not directed at you by the way)
Vincent
Vincent 6 meses atrás
He reminds me of
Aussie Abroad
Aussie Abroad 6 meses atrás
He was ADHD to a tea. One of his manuscripts was on the verge of a monumental mathematics breakthrough. Acknowledged and wrote too bad my tea is getting cold. ADHD asss fuuuuuuck
carolina alimpolos
carolina alimpolos 4 meses atrás
thank you for this great video of Leonardo da Vinci...God the creator gave him wisdom as a good artist and scientist too, he was part of the world's history.
Aubrey Motshweneng
Aubrey Motshweneng 6 meses atrás
When did he even get the time to do all those things and excel in all of them? The dude was a machine.
Mostafa Abid
Mostafa Abid 5 meses atrás
A xerox machine of old Tartary ...
Mike Weldemariam
Mike Weldemariam 6 meses atrás
He married his work
Christopher Turner
Christopher Turner 6 meses atrás
Truly one of the greatest minds in history.
Real Aiglon
Real Aiglon Mês atrás
Really? You should study more history!
Yank ee
Yank ee 4 meses atrás
THEE greatest mind.
Janitor Queen
Janitor Queen 6 meses atrás
I disagree with a couple of the final conclusions, but that's minor. I think this is a great video! It's so well done. I just loved it!
Keti J
Keti J 7 meses atrás
This man is just beyond human.... I love him! What an inspiration he is.
Andy Zhang
Andy Zhang 4 meses atrás
lol meanwhile the video literally emphasizes that he is human like the rest of us
kaydon hercules
kaydon hercules 7 meses atrás
@People Who Changed the World why no more videos
People Who Changed the World
Leonardo certainly was special. Thanks for watching!
Keti J
Keti J 7 meses atrás
@Scott Russell yes, yes.... but he still IS an inspiration. Since we haven't forgotten about him he still IS, in a sense.
Scott Russell
Scott Russell 7 meses atrás
was . . . for the record.
Eduard Tarniceriu
Eduard Tarniceriu 6 meses atrás
Leonardo Da Vinci is a unique person in history. I was always fascinated by him.
phliip
phliip 6 meses atrás
This project is an absolute masterpiece. Thank You so much for making and sharing it. ⭐️👏bravo 🌹🌹
Mayhemdog
Mayhemdog 7 meses atrás
So in a nutshell if our man Leo , had published his notes we would be 200 - 300 years more advanced in everything. Amazing to think really.
Mem • 5 years ago
Mem • 5 years ago 4 meses atrás
“Leonardo Da Vinci barely finishes his commissions” you know I’m some what of a leonardo da vinci myself
venge jin
venge jin 6 meses atrás
imagine a man living today with ideas, designs and knowledge of things 500 years in the future. thats basically what da vinci did in his time.
Samuel moh
Samuel moh 5 meses atrás
The documentary itself is a master peace.
Niall Conlon
Niall Conlon 5 meses atrás
This man was enlightened through nature for sure!!
hotdog
hotdog Mês atrás
Modern day geniuses have massive amounts of information to build on, Leonardo didn't and that's what makes him even more special.
claudia peterson
claudia peterson 6 meses atrás
Thank you for this amazing documentary...he was a splendid person
Aria Rose
Aria Rose Mês atrás
I just wanted to say, that : In my mind Leonard's art is amazing. his bio is really intriguing. BUT ever since I was a kid, his painting *Mona Lisa* has always gave me an off-putting feeling. but I wonder, if He's technically the first known "uncanny valley". artist. most people like Mona Lisa, but that painting kinda freaks me out. always has.
Poorvi M
Poorvi M 6 meses atrás
Outstanding human being.....there is no comparison of the great man in world... Last dying scene bring tears 😢 Thank you for the information of great man ever...
Casual Level Expert
Casual Level Expert 6 meses atrás
I like the show Da Vinci’s Demons. Gives us a modern look at the character he could’ve been. Easily my favorite person of significance in all of history
Ed R
Ed R 7 meses atrás
A man ahead of his time in so much as todays tech brings his inventions to life. An artist only among us once every few thousand years.
SamoRice
SamoRice Mês atrás
Leonardo Da Vinci is truely amazing! すごい
babyuth ngoun
babyuth ngoun 5 meses atrás
HE WAS EVERYTHING!!! If this guy is still living nowadays, surely he would steal a lot of people jobs!!!
gerville barrameda
gerville barrameda 3 meses atrás
Please kindly make more I'm very interested the way you present it::: super precise and very detail to attention
Lolly
Lolly 5 meses atrás
Imagine if he had been alive during the industrial revolution..... He could have put his mind into more practical uses and maybe invented even more!
Cris2k
Cris2k 7 meses atrás
An absolutely fascinating and top quality piece, thank you for producing this.
Jas Bjor
Jas Bjor 6 meses atrás
Your welcome 😃
People Who Changed the World
Thank you so much for watching, and I'm very happy you enjoyed it!
E. S.
E. S. 6 meses atrás
great insight on Leonardo! hopefully you make more videos in the future because you are great at it!
Daniel Baker
Daniel Baker 6 meses atrás
absolutely incredible video! thank you so much for this
Brittany Coventry
Brittany Coventry 2 meses atrás
This is the type of content I need in my life. Just so amazing
People Who Changed the World
Glad you enjoyed the video!
WaBaLaKa
WaBaLaKa Mês atrás
This man does everything can and can't think of.
Edgar Jaimes
Edgar Jaimes 6 meses atrás
This video was amazing. Thank you so much for creating this.
GIBBO4182
GIBBO4182 4 meses atrás
Possible the most intelligent person to ever live. Watched another video about him and apparently doctors came up with a new technique to do heart surgery in 2005 based on his ideas…talk about being ahead of your time
California Cloud
California Cloud Mês atrás
If I had a time machine he is definitely one I would go pick up for a ride.
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