10 MOST EVIL Things Created by Man

10 MOST EVIL Things Created by Man

Welcome to Top10Archive! Okay, so humans aren’t perfect. Actually, sometimes we’re on the complete
opposite end of the spectrum. Though we’ve worked to redeem ourselves through
notable beneficial creations, any good we’ve done seems to be balanced out by things like
these top 10 most evil things created by man. 10. Super-Flu
Since 2003, H5N1, or the avian flu, claimed the lives of over 300 people at a mortality
rate of near 60%. With those figures, one could say with confidence
that H5N1 is a potentially dangerous strain of flu that doesn’t really need an amped-up
version. Regardless of how much of a bad idea creating
a superflu that could devastate humanity is, a team of United States’ scientists was behind
the creation of an airborne virus that is said to put anthrax to shame. Though the original strain of H5N1 fell short
of a pandemic, this man-made rendition is said to transmit faster, a claim backed up
by ferrets used to test the virus. Why ferrets, you ask? Well, they seem to have a very similar response
to the flu as humans. 9. Agent Orange
Wars are fought with many things – words, guns, explosives – but would you expect to
see herbicides and defoliants on that list of useful weapons? It’s a dirty tactic, but the use of herbicides
in war is intended to essentially starve the opposing force into submission. One of the worst implementations of this ploy
was Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. Comprised of two different herbicides – 2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic
acid and 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid – Agent Orange was meant to remove vital resources
for the Vietcong’s guerrilla forces. While plant life was definitely affected,
Agent Orange had a side effect that researchers initially boasted it would not. Prolonged exposure to the chemical was having
an extreme adverse physical effect on humans. Since being released, Agent Orange has been
linked to cancer, a myriad of birth defects in children, and, allegedly over 400,000 deaths. 8. Leaded Products
Lead paint. Leaded petroleum. Vintage children’s toys. Water pipes. All of these things have one thing in common:
they were extremely dangerous and detrimental to the environment. While lead is a naturally occurring chemical,
man had been using it to create a variety of products. That is, of course, until it was determined
that these lead-based products had connections to lead poisoning. Though it takes contact with extremely high
levels of lead for it to be fatal, lead poisoning can lead to hallucinations, hearing loss,
insomnia, kidney damage, tremors, seizures, partial blindness, and depression. For its corrosion resistance and ability to
make paint moisture resistant and faster drying, lead was added to common household objects. Despite discontinued use by the late-1970’s,
leaded petroleum has proved especially deleterious as there is believed to be a correlation between
the usage rate and violent crime. 7. Mustard Gas
When you see World War I photographs of soldiers in gas masks, chances are the use of mustard
gas was not too far away. Known as sulfur mustard, the chemical compound
was developed with one intention – incapacitate the enemy. Though believed to have been developed as
early as 1822 by chemist Cesar-Mansuete Despretz, mustard gas wasn’t really put to use until
1917, when Germans used it against Allied forces. Military strategists will back the use of
mustard gas, stating it reduced enemy response and, thus, saved lives in the bigger picture,
but those that fell victim to it are likely to cry foul. Contact with the dangerous gas could cause
dangerous chemical burns, temporary blindness, an increased risk of developing cancer, damage
and blistering to the respiratory system, and pulmonary edema, among other unpleasant
surprises. 6. Asbestos Insulation
Another naturally-occurring-turned-evil thanks to the involvement of mankind, asbestos is
a combination of 6 silicate minerals that was widely used as insulation for homes and
buildings in the late-19th to mid-20th centuries. Up until 1977, the mineral was commonly added
to plaster, window caulking, vinyl tiles, linoleum, and some paints. The presence of asbestos is not necessarily
a danger, but once disturbed, asbestos fibers can be released, leading to potentially fatal
illnesses including asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma. Popular through the 1900’s, asbestos products
also date back to over 4,000 years ago, where it was used to strengthen cooking utensils
and pots. 5. Land Mines
During war efforts, one may be able to argue the “benefits” of landmines – but the problem
comes in when the wars are long over and the mines are left for innocent bystanders to,
unfortunately, happen upon. It’s estimated that the concealed, ground
explosives are responsible for over 4,000 deaths per year and pose a risk decades after
being placed. Typically made from metal or plastic, when
land mines detonate, they trigger an explosion capable of killing or maiming either from
the force of the blast or shrapnel. Used as early as the 3rd-century in the Battle
of Hulugu, land mines are still utilized today, often to create barriers and deny enemy forces
access to certain regions. 4. Plastic
It may seem like such an innocent material, but under the right conditions, plastic has
proven to be an incredible strain on the environment. Yearly, over 15 million tons of plastic is
discarded between the United States and the United Kingdom and, of that, only about a
quarter of it is recycled. The excess plastic simply degrades extremely
slowly in landfills adding to waste that adversely affects habitats across the globe. For example, the ocean is polluted by approximately
160 million tons of plastic. A variety of plastics, such as chlorinated
plastic and older plastics made with bisphenol A, have contributed to water contamination,
increase in greenhouse gasses, and physical deformities in animals. 3. Cigarettes
Of course, we know that nicotine and tobacco are natural products, but who do you think
thought to wrap one within the other to make a neat little cylinder of death? A form of cigarette was used as early as the
9th century, but they didn’t get their official name until 1830 in France. It wasn’t until the 1930’s, after centuries
of use, that the ill effects of cigarettes were finally realized. Despite known health risks such as increased
risks of lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, heart attack, stroke, and
hypertension, tobacco companies still spend upwards of $8 billion a year marketing the
tiny man-made addictive smokes. Cigarettes are believed to kill approximately
1 in 10 adults across the globe annually. 2. Zyklon B
Modern pesticides mostly get a bad rap for contaminating our food. During the 1940’s, a cyanide-based pesticide
known as Zyklon B had a bad rap for a far more sinister reason. During the 1920’s, German scientists created
the deadly mix of hydrogen cyanide, diatomaceous earth, and additional adsorbents, but its
most notable use was during World War II and Nazi Germany’s genocide of the Jewish community. To exterminate large groups of Jews at once,
the Germans created gas chambers which dispersed Zyklon B. Those herded into the crematoria
were dead within 20 minutes of being exposed to the gas. The deceased were often found with foam at
the mouth or blood coming from their ears. 1. Sarin Gas
Keeping with the theme of incredibly fatal military-grade gasses, Sarin is among the
worst. Classified as a weapon of mass destruction,
this nerve agent was outlawed by the Chemical Weapons Convention of 1993, though the use
of the weapon has been seen as recent as 2013 during the Ghouta attack during the Syrian
civil war. When compared to the hydrogen cyanide component
of Zyklon B, sarin is 81 times more lethal. When exposed, the patient’s nervous system
is targeted, leading to acetylcholine degradation and, in most cases, asphyxiation due to loss
of breathing muscle control. Even non-lethal doses can prove incredibly
damaging and leave a person with permanent neurological damage.

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100 Replies to “10 MOST EVIL Things Created by Man”

  1. Ah, asbestos…reminds me that there were comic book villains named Asbestos Man and Asbestos Lady. I think they were Human Torch villains. …I think they're either dead or cancer stricken now.

  2. I commend you for talking about such a debated topic! I hope this will help spread the message on how one person's choice can do so much harm, I have an idea for another top ten(I hope you haven't done it before as I have only watched your videos for so long), top ten most dangerous drugs, thank you for being so informational!

  3. Hi top ten,
    I'm not the type of person to chase a channel because of another.
    Seriously trying to exploit and extort bhd?
    And doing the same to atleast five others?
    Like what the hell!

  4. leaded gas goes in shitty/ normal cars.. poor people cars, no shit theres gonna be higher crime in that area fuckin retards 🤓

  5. you forgot to mention NUCLEAR WEAPONS and nuclear power programs that have not only significant long term environmental impact but can kill, cripple and be extremely hazardous to humans. but cigarettes gets third place? dude you suck at this!

  6. Religion is the most evil thing created by man because it led to countless wars, still is and always will be..

  7. This is why the planet is so fucked up White man 😠😠☹☹☹☹👹👹👹👹👹😈🖕🖕🖕🖕

  8. Sarin is no. 1. What the fuck, sure us Brits created it and it's awesome but VX is way more deadly. Our lads at Porton Down aren't allowed to produce more than a few ml of VX at any one time. The official law only allows stockpiling at a rate of 100gr per year and 20kg for per year for research. It's a right nasty thing.

  9. my stepdad was exposed to agent orange he had tumors on his body and it rotted his teeth it eventually killed him RIP Daniel Milkman we love you

  10. Human are disgusting evil when they're poor they kissing your ass when they get rich educated they become evil killing people I wish They die by animals or desesters sinkhole

  11. Computers!  Most people have no idea the harm they have done, can do, and will do in the future!  "I am the H.A.L 9000, you may call me Hal"

  12. If we keep this up, there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean. There is already micro particles of plastic in fish tissue because they eat it. If you don't care, you should because plastic acts as a hormone in the body. Causing cancer, man boobs, and other hormonal disruptions.

  13. Well I'm definitely feeling despondent & ashamed of the horrendous acts committed collectively by the human race. I guess it's time for a cat video while I reflect upon the evil deeds of mankind.

  14. The agent orange is bull shit. It was used to kill the trees so they could see the bad guys from the air. Also why u listing non-man made things

  15. I can only imagine that most of this video's dislikes are coming from retards who dislike the actual things mentioned in the video instead of the video itself.

  16. There is no such thing as "military-grade" gas or even pepper spray. In fact, there's no such thing as "military-grade" anything.

    Gas has been outlawed by the Geneva Protocol. Even pepper spray falls under this ban.

    If anything, "military-grade" means something of a cheaper quality provided by the lowest bidder. The ammunition used by American troops is not anywhere near the quality of match-grade ammo, for instance.

  17. Evil and corruption is happening in today's world everywhere. Even the so called good guys are just conning, deceiving the masses for power and influence. The global persecution of those awake enough to see through the lies are targeted.

  18. The Inquisition, the atomic bomb, synthetic opioids, foie gras, HR management, christianity in general, lobotomy, bull runnings and mandatory internships (aka academically sanctioned slavery).

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