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Why 82% of Saudi Arabians Just Live in These Lines

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  • @kairos_fluent
    @kairos_fluent 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3016

    I think a video about the Balkans geography and how that influenced the history and politics of that region would be very interesting.

    • @kartikpoojari22
      @kartikpoojari22 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +26

      True

    • @PremierCCGuyMMXVI
      @PremierCCGuyMMXVI 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      I heard the Balkans are very toxic place when it comes to geopolitics

    • @fromixty
      @fromixty 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +20

      I second this

    • @effix9097
      @effix9097 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +195

      I don’t think he wants a bomb in his mailbox.

    • @AlexeiLjanej
      @AlexeiLjanej 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      This video was pretty trash imo

  • @PremierCCGuyMMXVI
    @PremierCCGuyMMXVI 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +4863

    Only RealLifeLore has the power to turn a very simple question into a 40 minute documentary lol Which is why I love these videos so much. So much detail and research is done to tell us what’s going on.

    • @jacobyellesbury5880
      @jacobyellesbury5880 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +29

      Right

    • @philipmeisterl
      @philipmeisterl 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +208

      Very hot
      Oil
      Thats the video pretty much :D

    • @ruatsangawhite7261
      @ruatsangawhite7261 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      tekking101

    • @nanonite4355
      @nanonite4355 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +17

      college professors do too, just in a less elegant way...

    • @maxthebuild
      @maxthebuild 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +128

      @@walterbrunswick ??

  • @smallsignals
    @smallsignals 7 หลายเดือนก่อน +232

    Thank-you for being so kind as to do both Fahrenheit and Celsius. A lot of people wouldn't bother. It's much appreciated.

    • @BK-gl8it
      @BK-gl8it 5 หลายเดือนก่อน +4

      yeah thats really cool. When I first heard more than 100 degrees I was really shocked but then the next word was Fahrenheit...

    • @edwardmarquis4411
      @edwardmarquis4411 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      It's funny that Britain is/has converted to the metric system but we here in the US have not. We adopted the imperial system from them. The only thing I can think of that uses the metric system is on large soft drink containers. 2 litre coke bottles is common.

    • @solconcordia4315
      @solconcordia4315 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      ​@@edwardmarquis4411
      A U.S.A.-Government agency such as N.A.S.A. uses the metric system but our American private industries are so *massive* that they cannot convert to the metric system without losing "the number sense" of the scientists and engineers.
      The simple discipline to avoid billions of dollars mistakes is to always consider the unit as a multiplicative factor of the quantity being expressed and always divide or multiply by 1 to do the unit conversions. 1 inch = 2.54 cm means 1 = 2.54 cm/inch so 0.5 inch = 0.5 inch × 1 = 0.5 inch × 2.54 cm/inch = 0.5 × 2.54 cm = 1.27 cm.

    • @TheMarioMen1
      @TheMarioMen1 3 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      Yea I know right? Who uses Celsius lmao 😂 get our euro friends have to watch these videos too

    • @gg_rider
      @gg_rider 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Yeah, I love both those guys channels. They're hot! 😂😂

  • @kitxxxxxxx
    @kitxxxxxxx 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +354

    Ive driven through part of that desert. It was a very long drive. When we stopped for a break there was no wind. I've never heard actual silence before that. Like literally, nothing. And you could only see sky and sand. Was beautiful and peaceful, but also chilling and humbling to be so completely surrounded by nature and one which is so barren, you couldn't survive.

    • @user-oc1px5oe7f
      @user-oc1px5oe7f 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

      The Saudis were bandits and robbed pilgrims before the oil boom
      They want a rabble of sheep and eat desert reptiles. Ignorance is the face of the black Saudis

    • @DiegodelaVega446
      @DiegodelaVega446 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      في اي طريق كنت ؟

    • @MikeAlabbasi
      @MikeAlabbasi 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      Which route was it? Was it the road to Salwa?
      It's the road that takes you to 🇶🇦 Qatar and 🇦🇪 UAE.

    • @yaroubthayer-752
      @yaroubthayer-752 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +14

      The only thing I like about deserts, it’s they are very clean due to absence of organic stuff. Also gazing into the horizon can give you funny sensations in your belly lol.

    • @Naif79
      @Naif79 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      @@MikeAlabbasiجميل جدا .. انا اعيش في السعودية ولم اقم بتجربة كهذه من قبل 😢

  • @saadalameri
    @saadalameri 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +751

    I always asked my parents and grandparents how did they manage to live before air-conditioning, they told me that the old mud houses in Arabia were cooler from the inside than the modern concrete homes, also the effect of heat islands didn’t exist back then, but an important factor is that the further from the coast you live the cooler it gets by night

    • @DJ_POOP_IT_OUT_FEAT_LIL_WiiWii
      @DJ_POOP_IT_OUT_FEAT_LIL_WiiWii 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      The US will send ebola gay bomber plane.

    • @abdel-qudus1143
      @abdel-qudus1143 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +58

      Yep, in the Algerian Sahara (like in El Oued) all the housse have a special architecture that allowed a cool air flow (and make them look like a lot of temple like all of them have a dome lol)

    • @realABN
      @realABN 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +28

      Mine told me that before air conditioning existed in Abu Dhabi there body was just naturally used to the heat. Dunno how they used to live without air conditioners but thank god for them :D

    • @saadalameri
      @saadalameri 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +11

      @@realABN the burjeels in gulf houses were very useful in cooling as well, and for Abu Dhabi natives a lot of them used to go back and forth between abu Dhabi and Al Ain (which is much less humid) depending on the season

    • @realABN
      @realABN 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      @@saadalameri Thats true! Also from what i’ve heard the burjeels weren’t for everyone as the majority of the people built themselves houses from Palm tree trunks (بيت السعف/جذع النخله)

  • @thesuperiorman8342
    @thesuperiorman8342 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1885

    I'm from the eastern part of Saudi on the coast, and your description of the climate there is spot on. The scorching heat, the humidity and lack of wind and rain makes life there very difficult. It is impossible to live without air conditioners. I always wondered how our forefathers lived there.

    • @jillybe1873
      @jillybe1873 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +265

      I asked someone to ask her dad who lived in a tent when he was young and he told her they were just tough. 😊

    • @Mister.Bone_Saw
      @Mister.Bone_Saw 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +153

      No one lived there actually... They were off shore like hassa , cities on coast like Kuwait damamg all new .

    • @ToBeIsWasWere
      @ToBeIsWasWere 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +184

      only very few people lived there for obvious reasons and they were nrmads so they didn't really stay at one specific place.

    • @madani8
      @madani8 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +62

      ​@Mister.Bone_Saw 😮 .. qatif is so old ... Bahrain is so old .. inhabited for thousands of years

    • @nebula_star14
      @nebula_star14 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +11

      @@Mister.Bone_Saw how would cities be off shore?

  • @Emc4421
    @Emc4421 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +65

    I was in a Vegas last week playing poker, and the man sitting next to me was working for the Saudi government. Sent to study Las Vegas. He was telling me Saudi is trying to diversify from oil and expand tourism. Friendly guy, enjoyed playing with him.

    • @yaroubthayer-752
      @yaroubthayer-752 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      I think Las Vegas has the Colorado running nearby. Unfortunately, some of KSA biggest problems lies in the absence of rivers or a river.

    • @thedictationofallah
      @thedictationofallah 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +10

      He was probably playing in Las Vegas because it's illegal to gamble in Saudi Arabia

    • @nickvickers3486
      @nickvickers3486 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +12

      I've never been to Saudi Arabia, but I've met a few Saudis over the years and they tend to be honest decent and friendly people. Often with a good sense of humour too

    • @ahhhahhhahhhahhhahhh
      @ahhhahhhahhhahhhahhh 7 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      But don’t They consider gambling Haram ? I think he was just playing for him self 😆

    • @sumomaster5585
      @sumomaster5585 7 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      @@nickvickers3486 usually rich ppl tend to be honest cuz why lie? and with lation like culture you can see why they are usually friendly.

  • @greentoby26
    @greentoby26 6 หลายเดือนก่อน +33

    That's quite the long version of "It's a desert."

    • @abdullah_alhothali515
      @abdullah_alhothali515 6 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      (Guys give me like to let my comment rise and everyone see hem)
      This video has a lot of wrong informations , and i will reply to it and let all know the real
      First, this brother say that this two lines has a 80% of saudi population
      First the brother forget that this two lines has 20% from saudi land area " without the empty quarter " which is 300,000 km2 to 1,500,000 km2
      Second, the brother is lying on the real numbers and say that it is 80% from the saudi population, while in the real the population on this two lines is 21 million / 33 million of saudi population, that means it's 60% from total saudi population, increase 20% in this case means he create 7 million people from nothing
      Note : i said it's 21 million if that inclunding abha and khamis mushait and baha region, i see it's not but this is just a gift from me to let the number higher😂 if we don't count them, it will be 19m inside and 14m outside
      Third, he say that on out of this lines there is no Inhabited place except medina, while in the real there is 12 (or 14) million people out of the lines, and medina is just 1.5 million people
      Fourth, he lied in the real reason that it's have 60% of saudi arabia population in him, he said the reason is that there is too much rain in the western part of Saudi Arabia and the western coasts
      I hope it's real but it's not, let me prove that you are a wrong and you speak with ignorance
      First, middle and north middle and north east of saudi arabia, rains more than the west saudi rains
      For example the average rain in riyadh is 2 times more than jeddah and madinah and yenbo
      And average rain in hafr al batin 3 times more than yenbo and 2 times from medina and jeddah
      And average rain in al gassim is higher than yenbo and jeddah and makkah and even jizan , Each separately
      Fifth, talking about weather and temperatures, then lies, he say that west of saudi arabia and south west is more cool and modeartion, that called tihamh
      Man , tihamh in the summer in dry mode is between 42-45 degrees celsius, and that marked in 7 uncoastal tihamh cities ( makkah, sabya, abu arish, muhayil, al majardah , bariq , al mokhwah )
      And in the humid mode, it's between 39-42 degrees celsius with a high humidity makes the "feel temperatures" above 45 degrees celsius, and this marked in 5 coastal tihamh cities ( jeddah, yenbo, al gunfuthah, jizan, al lith )
      so if compared between makkah and riyadh on average summer maximum and minimum temperatures, we see that riyadh is higher by maximum temp by less than 1 degree just on july and august
      While makkah is higher by more than 2 degrees in maximum temp, on may and june and september, and higher on the minimum temp by 2-3 degrees, in may and june and july and august and septermber
      Without counting humidity, that in tihamah even uncoastal cities has a some humidity
      And talk long, but we can see that there is no one place on saudi arabia has a moderation weather on summer except of sarawat mountains , but it's have just 1 million people so it's not that high on population
      And ofcourse the summer in tihamh is long for 7 months, while in najd just 4 and half months, and the moderation months najd has a 7 months and tihamh just 3 months
      Sixth, after all your follies
      The real reason to be 60% of saudi population, on this two lines ( knowing that he is 20% of the land area )
      Is just because it has the major cities 😄 the man have talked long, and join to weather and rain Topics, and in the end if you just take makkah and jeddah and riyadh
      You will see that the lines will drop from 21 million to just 7 million
      And the Percentage from saudi population will down from 60% to 20%, hope you dont talked about it😂
      So Instead of said that the line has a majorest 3 cities, and said that it's normal when you collected the majorest cities the percentage from country population will be high..
      You start to say uncorrect informations
      And ofcourse the 3 cities being in one line was just a coincidence
      And each one become major for another reason than the second
      And in the real, the number of cities out of the line is more than the cities in him
      And the number of population out of the line is not far to the number in him
      I wish if i can put a photo, to put map showing cities on saudi arabia higher than 70k population, it's 46 cities
      Inside the line just 19 cities
      And out of him a 27 cities😂
      the just reason that out of the line is 12 million while inside him is 21 million, is the two cities of riyadh and jeddah
      And they are 900km from each other, that means they have nothing to do with each other
      If you take them from the line to out of him, it's will be 22 million / 11 million
      Literally reversed😂
      And outside the lines, there a medinah province except yenbo, eastern province except dammam, gassim province, ha'il province, najran province, eastern borders province, al-jouf province, tabuk province, baha province, 60% of asir province population
      I wish if i just has 1 day without see someone from : medina tabuk hail najran al-gassim al-jouf eastern province northern borders al-baha asir !, outside lines is really huge populated
      And inside the lines is more populated just for riyadh makkah and jeddah .. don't lying bro this is better for you !!
      Also in the past the most populated was : north and east and west and south, not just the west and south
      You talk about the biggest saudi tribes in the number even on the past, otaibah al-dawasser anizah shammar mutair harb and even more
      All was living on najd ! and some of them was on the north of saudi arabia
      Also the saudi arabia population now, has:
      2.5 million on makkah city
      _________________
      3 million on the north
      3.5 million on the middle "except riyadh"
      3.75 million on jeddah city Here all are 3-5 million👈
      4.0 million on the west " except makkah and jeddah "
      4.5 million on the south
      5.0 million on the east
      _________________
      7.0 million on riyadh city
      So it's a really perfect Mounting from 3 to 4 to 5M on all districts of the country
      Just when count the majorest 3 cities alone
      Unlike some countries ! Who no who i mean
      The dude from this channel put the western north and west and western south and middle and mid east parts ot the country including by coincidence the most and second most populated cities
      After that he said why saudi just live on this place , and make the population on the place higher by 8 million from the real from nothing .. it's really a bad lie
      I will give a example on england
      London and brimingham and manchester has a 17m/50m of england population
      That means 35%
      I will draw a small line between them dosen't contains anything except them.. and i will lie that this line has 80% of england population ! While it is clear that it lied in its real population, and a line that contains only the largest cities that met by coincidence or the line has been crooked deliberate to let them met
      And i will say that the line has most england population because of the high rain precipitation 😂😂

    • @abdullah_alhothali515
      @abdullah_alhothali515 6 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      Even the desert is manned read my reply

    • @fxthePunisher
      @fxthePunisher หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      😂😂😂😂

    • @Cec9e13
      @Cec9e13 9 วันที่ผ่านมา

      Well, now you understand WHY it is a desert, how inhospitable of a desert it is, and why, and why it is never going to not be so.

    • @Anurag-ig4uh
      @Anurag-ig4uh 23 ชั่วโมงที่ผ่านมา

      "It's a desert" can apply to all the Sahara countries, Mongolia, Antarctica etc. Simple questions can have complex and detailed answers :)

  • @malekaltayari3936
    @malekaltayari3936 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +54

    Big love from Tunisia 🇹🇳🌹🇸🇦
    حبايبنا اهل المملكة ❤

    • @SSADO-
      @SSADO- 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +17

      حياك الله من السعودية 🇸🇦💚🇹🇳

    • @fisalalmalki6090
      @fisalalmalki6090 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +17

      الله يحيك، القناة هذه تبث سموم وتقول عننا متطرفين وتحاول تنفر الناس منا.

    • @Vgoahe
      @Vgoahe หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      حبيبي تسلم يابعد راسي انتو ياهل تونس 🇹🇳🇸🇦

    • @Faresgamerr
      @Faresgamerr 7 วันที่ผ่านมา +1

      تسلم ياحبايبنا من تونس 🇹🇳

  • @Ten.ofcups
    @Ten.ofcups 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +66

    I am from the south west of Saudi a city called Al Baha and we have clean sources of water, rain is always pouring. we where an agricultural society for all of our history, sadly majority of us have left our villages for job opportunities in bigger cities

    • @xX-JQBY-Xx
      @xX-JQBY-Xx 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +9

      I visited your city like a week ago I live in Saudi too but in al-gqabeea ( a village)

    • @Ten.ofcups
      @Ten.ofcups 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      @@xX-JQBY-Xx and how was it?

    • @hammadgamingop3300
      @hammadgamingop3300 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +6

      I Am From Pakistan 🇵🇰 Born In Saudi Arabia 🇸🇦 We Were Living In Yanbu I Miss Saudi Arabia So Much 😩🥺

    • @coscorrodrift
      @coscorrodrift 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Where do you live now?

    • @Ten.ofcups
      @Ten.ofcups 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@coscorrodrift the capital

  • @sakurasai781
    @sakurasai781 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +83

    I live in the capital Riyadh and we go to Abha (a city in the southern region) almost every summer, because July and August here in Riyadh can quite literally be deadly if we weren’t so adapted and used to the weather. In contrast, winters here are cold and dry, sometimes rainy and thunderstormy. I guess that’s just how desert climates work. Also, that’s why we collectively hate the summer here lol.

    • @user-oc1px5oe7f
      @user-oc1px5oe7f 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

      The Saudis were bandits and robbed pilgrims before the oil boom
      They want a rabble of sheep and eat desert reptiles. Ignorance is the face of the black Saudis

    • @Ghadah_
      @Ghadah_ 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      Don’t forget about the almost weekly sand/dust storms, you clean the car and within three days you’ll find it dirty again lol

    • @abukitten
      @abukitten 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

      So, is it mostly cloudy during the winter? Or only cloudy when it rains?

    • @Ghadah_
      @Ghadah_ 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      @@abukitten It only gets cloudy a day before rain, but yeah it gets cloudy without raining sometimes. Riyadh is a big city so we see clouds in the south of Riyadh but it only rains at the north of Riyadh for example.

    • @n5roor
      @n5roor 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      ​@@Ghadah_There aren't weekly sand storms. In fact, not even monthly due to the recent environmental preservation initiatives.

  • @aviationdesigner0016
    @aviationdesigner0016 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +21

    Now both UAE and Saudi Arabia practice Cloud Seeding. Recently Saudi Arabia nearly got flooded with rain. The average temperature is affected in both countries.

    • @ahhhahhhahhhahhhahhh
      @ahhhahhhahhhahhhahhh 7 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      When its humid in saudi you know clouds are being seeded 😂

    • @masudsaleh5155
      @masudsaleh5155 วันที่ผ่านมา

      😅😅😅​@@ahhhahhhahhhahhhahhh

  • @LPArabia
    @LPArabia 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +902

    As a Saudi, I find this report grim but honest analysis of the geographical far future of the Arabian peninsula and it's it's emerging "artificial" civilization. But we are taking this challenge seriously and there is a huge investment in technology and R&D to solve the water problem and defy nature. This will be our test lab if we ever go on Mars. Thanks for the compressive video RLL!

    • @abhimanyusuryawanshee4470
      @abhimanyusuryawanshee4470 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +40

      Bruh do you pee crude oil 🙃

    • @Mister.Bone_Saw
      @Mister.Bone_Saw 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +35

      ​@@abhimanyusuryawanshee4470 that's their king daily task 😂

    • @sonsonjaha
      @sonsonjaha 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +80

      ​@abhimanyusuryawanshee4470 you should ask the Americans that. They have the highest oil producing rates

    • @dr.woozie7500
      @dr.woozie7500 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +85

      I hope your laborers revolt so they can get themselves basic human rights.

    • @naifal-baloushi4065
      @naifal-baloushi4065 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      How come is honest saying we still have slaves in the country 🤔
      It’s forbidden to confiscate worker passports and now the workers have the freedom to shift to other companies not like before.

  • @bubblegumfacebabe
    @bubblegumfacebabe 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +283

    my dad loved to explore the desert, it's a cultural thing to go out camping for days. i was told as a child that he was lost and ran out of fuel and supplies (food and drinks), he starved for 3 days before finally dying in 2012. it is unfortunately common for people to get lost in the desert, every few months we hear news of government searches for a lost person.

    • @assertivekarma1909
      @assertivekarma1909 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +40

      A life that includes adventure & exploration, seems better than a longer life of fear & comfort.

    • @dukeofdenver
      @dukeofdenver 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +24

      My condolences

    • @deenrqqwe6794
      @deenrqqwe6794 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +18

      I’m sorry 😔

    • @Mister.Bone_Saw
      @Mister.Bone_Saw 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +24

      Many illegal Ethiopian and Somali immigrants lost their way in this desert and died . Its sad 😢 it's because Saud Royal theft family never cared about poor Muslims 😢💔.

    • @manhoosnick
      @manhoosnick 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +15

      ​@@Mister.Bone_Sawwhy should they

  • @RealSaudiExplorer
    @RealSaudiExplorer 7 หลายเดือนก่อน +4

    I didn't realize that Saudi Arabia is huge before I go to the UAE and Bahrain.
    Bahrain is so small that I can drive around the whole island in one hour or less.
    The UAE is also small. I drove from Abu Dhabi to Alfujaira in less than 3 hours. It's also extremely flat.
    While Saudi Arabia has lots of mountains everywhere.

  • @brooklynsupreme
    @brooklynsupreme 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

    Amazingly well researched one! Kudos guys

    • @mkhan8527
      @mkhan8527 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      tons of mistake and disinformation. just to get enough views.

  • @drewmur
    @drewmur 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +63

    I feel like geography is an often overlooked or underestimated factor when people study history. Many of your videos that focus on geography highlight how geography plays an important role in world events.
    Keep up the good work

    • @screwyourhandle
      @screwyourhandle 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Oh yeah, geography is the container and we're all just water droplets being poured into it lol

    • @menalgharbwalsharq648
      @menalgharbwalsharq648 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      People who actually study history knows those things, but self educated youtubers that copy and paste wikipedia stuff are usually not that thorough. RealLifeLore may have an actual degree in history or anthropology

  • @anhadsinha1531
    @anhadsinha1531 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +201

    I live in Dubai, and the humidity actually makes the heat of the desert exponentially worse and makes it impossible to do anything outdoors like exercise or walking or even commuting because you just start sweating when you leave a AC filled room.

    • @ToBeIsWasWere
      @ToBeIsWasWere 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +32

      Why would you willingly live there? Nature is screaming at Dubai that it isn't suitable for humans but they got earbuds in smh

    • @tempaccount7024
      @tempaccount7024 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +48

      ​​​​​​​​​​@@ToBeIsWasWere The living standard is generally higher in the Gulf from what I've seen, especially in Doha and Dubai.
      Not sure about Dubai, but Doha has no income tax so that's a big incentive to stay as well. There's no real reason to care about the weather either when every single house has AC's and everything you'd need (as in shopping for stuff) is available in malls that are all over the Gulf countries unlike (and much better than) North America.
      But yeah, exercising and going for a walk outside are things people in the Gulf can only do in spring or in winter. Temps there then are pretty good with the lowest temps in winter being around 5-10 degrees Celsius, depending on the region.

    • @dnfrank1
      @dnfrank1 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +23

      "...because you just start sweating when you leave a AC filled room". Sounds like Thailand March-July.

    • @AL-lh2ht
      @AL-lh2ht 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +13

      @@ToBeIsWasWereyou think a entire city of millions of people should cease to exist?

    • @JAYZ999
      @JAYZ999 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +31

      @@ToBeIsWasWere so many countries with hot humid summers all around the equator but people love to hate on dubai.

  • @lukas4112
    @lukas4112 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +4

    I love these videos. So much important and interesting information that you don’t really get anywhere else in this easily digestible way. Thank you for helping so many people understand the world more

  • @Alvaro1ization
    @Alvaro1ization 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

    I want to visit Saudi Arabia sooo bad!! Such a fascinating country for me. Best wishes to all Saudis from Spain!

    • @thebeatnumber
      @thebeatnumber 4 หลายเดือนก่อน

      You both sound dumb.

    • @OceanHedgehog
      @OceanHedgehog 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Please don't visit. Didn't you see the video? It's basically a slave state. Don't support that.

  • @hsbswjwsb
    @hsbswjwsb 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +189

    i used to live in the uae, and i can say that riding these dunes in a quadbike in winter time was some of the most fun ive ever experienced, it truly felt like you were free

    • @namantherockstar
      @namantherockstar 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      RealLifeLore inspires me.. My parents said if i get 40K followers They'd buy me a professional camera for recording..begging u guys , literally
      Begging..

    • @Anna-xm2mw
      @Anna-xm2mw 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +4

      Many women buried in a desert...

    • @pinchevulpes
      @pinchevulpes 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +20

      @@namantherockstarkeep begging 😂😂😂😂

    • @zepwafels
      @zepwafels 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@namantherockstar lmfaooo

    • @hyamick7584
      @hyamick7584 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +21

      @@Anna-xm2mwwtf does that even mean lmao

  • @AnaFolkenstal
    @AnaFolkenstal 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +340

    This guy goes from explaining things in a very good way, to telling us where coffee comes from, and then making an ad in the process.
    Mad skills, I love it.

    • @MSF_M
      @MSF_M 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      😭

    • @KenPiper
      @KenPiper 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +19

      Yeah that sponsor read at the end was art. Didn't even realize it was an ad until just before he said the brand, and I even learned a few things from it. 😂

    • @censored4christ162
      @censored4christ162 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      I just think its a rough place man its dessert mostly and most the people actually live not too far from the coast and they worship a rock and walk around it counter clockwise right next to all the global world trade. But they do got that oil we like that.

    • @YesItsYez
      @YesItsYez 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      @@censored4christ162 The "rock" is Kaaba and it is building not a rock. It is the house of God, the holiest Mosque in Islam. Muslims face to its direction when they pray no matter where they are in the world.

    • @namantherockstar
      @namantherockstar 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      RealLifeLore inspires me.. My parents said if i get 40K followers They'd buy me a professional camera for recording..begging u guys , literally
      Begging..

  • @Mr_Sigy
    @Mr_Sigy 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    I enjoyed this video, thank you for the research and details.

  • @jodysnotbubbles
    @jodysnotbubbles 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    That was the smoothest transition to an ad I have ever seen on TH-cam

  • @yellowdicesam
    @yellowdicesam 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +610

    Nice, it's another one of these regarding how literally 70% of land has horrible climate and terrain to the point it's unliveable. They're always interesting, as this applies to copious amounts of countries and the reasons vary just enough for there to be new knowledge I can comprehend every time (for me, at least)

    • @soundscape26
      @soundscape26 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +43

      Yes but I bet he didn't need 37 minutes to explain that.

    • @yellowdicesam
      @yellowdicesam 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +17

      ​@@soundscape26 haven't got through the video yet but probably not. there are many intricate details he'll probably dive into though

    • @justArandomfellar
      @justArandomfellar 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +22

      Many countries population live in only a few areas and are concentrated in some places, take for example Canada and China and Russia

    • @ummerfarooq5383
      @ummerfarooq5383 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      70%? You mean 95%

    • @Zo._
      @Zo._ 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +10

      “How did you know I’m a redditor?!”

  • @mohammadsuhail27
    @mohammadsuhail27 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +123

    This guy can draw line on every country.

    • @henlohenlo689
      @henlohenlo689 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Fax

    • @Mister.Bone_Saw
      @Mister.Bone_Saw 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +15

      He's a ruler 📏

    • @ToBeIsWasWere
      @ToBeIsWasWere 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +4

      he can draw lines on me if he wants ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    • @yoshadxw5624
      @yoshadxw5624 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      @@ToBeIsWasWeregey

    • @asurawolff8384
      @asurawolff8384 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@ToBeIsWasWere yo what?🗿

  • @thatonepianoguy_
    @thatonepianoguy_ 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    These videos were my afterschool snack 10 years ago. Glad to see you still around and prospering!

  • @bahwash2307
    @bahwash2307 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

    From experience, Saudi Arabia is one of the best places you could visit in terms of hospitality, Archaeological sites and community.

  • @eonarose
    @eonarose 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +101

    The Arabian peninsula was actually green a few 100,000 years ago and was inhabited by early humans, so it’s not necessarily true that it was uninhabited for all of human history until recently.

    • @abdullahalbaz6491
      @abdullahalbaz6491 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +39

      And it will return that way, filled with revers and forest. Look it up

    • @MrThhg
      @MrThhg 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      Probably happened more then once during early humans etc.

    • @samkim6127
      @samkim6127 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +13

      That would explain how the Lake Erie size underground aquifer got there.

    • @Umayyadazi
      @Umayyadazi 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +12

      It's far much earlier than that, 6000 years ago to be exact it was green.

    • @robmerrill3460
      @robmerrill3460 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      Along with north Africa.

  • @glike2
    @glike2 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +148

    After living in Saudi Arabia from 1981 to 1982, I really appreciate these videos. It wasn't a special experience with all the exploring adventures we did and swimming in the Red Sea coral reefs. We also did a trip from Jeddah to Yemen, camping along the way. It's a uniquely beautiful country.

    • @seneca983
      @seneca983 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +23

      "It wasn't a special experience"
      Did you mean "was" rather than "wasn't"?

    • @nothuman3083
      @nothuman3083 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +12

      I work with water, irrigation, well digging, and hydrology.
      The Saudi government has offered me everything to work there. 250k plus bonuses, a house that looks like a castle, cars, and what can only be described as a honeypot.
      I have an Eastern European wife, and she likes America and hates sand. For a country, very patriarchal, they are very understanding that my wife told me no.
      If you want to be a millionaire playboy work with acquiring water and moving it, and move to the gulf countries. They won't even blink at paying you in gold.

    • @skyhappy
      @skyhappy 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      ​@@nothuman3083Unrelated question, any software ideas that you could see could make your life easier? Any ideas how satellite images could be used?

    • @namantherockstar
      @namantherockstar 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      RealLifeLore inspires me.. My parents said if i get 40K followers They'd buy me a professional camera for recording..begging u guys , literally
      Begging..

    • @misatzu
      @misatzu 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      @@seneca983 People simply don't read let alone process what they write anymore. And whenever you ask what they were thinking (if so at all, that is) you get "autoreply" as the - of course totally conclusive - reasoning. Now waiting for my 2nd favorite airhead response, "dude this is only the internet" ...

  • @mohamedanashalim3093
    @mohamedanashalim3093 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Thank you 🙏 so much this documentary was amazingly helpful.

  • @darrencorrigan8505
    @darrencorrigan8505 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Thanks, RealLifeLore.

  • @absaw5735
    @absaw5735 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +92

    One piece of info was a bit inaccurate. Yes, Dammam is a very recently developed and inhabited city, relatively, but not the entirety of the region. Bahrain and the region of Qatif (on the shore of the Gulf in Saudi) are pretty ancient. I'm from Qatif, the region was very small and surrounded by Gulf water and land was basically an oasis.
    Our ancestors lived on fishing plus farming dates, and managed to live in the extreme heat by building homes out of mud, and pottery to keep their water in fair temperatures. And had water wells and natural springs to use for farming and bathing.
    The region was historically temporarily ruled by Turks at some time and Portuguese during a different era as well.

    • @absaw5735
      @absaw5735 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +16

      Sadly though, the majority of water streams ran dry during my lifetime, and I'm only in my late 20s. Also, the agriculture here is like 95% gone, mainly due to urbanization. Honestly, at this point I feel that having children has become unethical, with the projectory explained in this video.

    • @fuzzyduck1989
      @fuzzyduck1989 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@absaw5735 move out from there

    • @coscorrodrift
      @coscorrodrift 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      @@absaw5735 Damn that's interesting. Would you say it's a place worth visiting as a tourist nowadays? Like, are these old mud houses and natural springs still there, and are there ways to learn about all that for tourists?

    • @user-oc1px5oe7f
      @user-oc1px5oe7f 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

      The Saudis were bandits and robbed pilgrims before the oil boom
      They want a rabble of sheep and eat desert reptiles. Ignorance is the face of the black Saudis

    • @qabeelbinadam
      @qabeelbinadam 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Few more sprinkled around like non-muslims not allowed in mecca, coffee being the alternative of alcohol, foreign workers not doing well etc. On the last note, of course you can't compare an employee and employer in terms of privilege. If you think like that, 99% of the world is in slavery, in the west migrants are forced into flipping burgers, driving drunkard youth and serial killers around, and prostituting out to eat bread, that is moral slavery.

  • @fvux5393
    @fvux5393 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +213

    For those interested in that first crossing of the Empty Quarter; It was done by Wilfred Thesiger and he wrote a fascinating book about it called "Arabian Sands". It is an amazing read and is by far one of the most beautiful semi-autobiographical book I've ever read!

    • @scoobydoobers23
      @scoobydoobers23 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +83

      I feel like we are really forgetting about the numerous Bedouins whose names are lost to time who crossed it before him. I'm sure it was uncommon but I'm equally sure some crazy guy loaded some camels with water and crosses the dune sea far before a famous white guy did it.

    • @sugar-daddykhayreddin1115
      @sugar-daddykhayreddin1115 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Most likely a fabricated stories like many of these so called european explorers.

    • @alhomsiyyah
      @alhomsiyyah 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +45

      ​@setht593 literally. You'd think Europeans discovered the whole of the Middle East with the way they talk about their "accomplishments".

    • @scoobydoobers23
      @scoobydoobers23 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +24

      @@alhomsiyyah The Europeans did civilize the world after all. Where would we be without their Arabic numerals.

    • @vigilantcosmicpenguin8721
      @vigilantcosmicpenguin8721 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +8

      That era was really crazy for exploration. Everyone had to get a chance to be the first at something.

  • @hilaryporter7841
    @hilaryporter7841 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    That was a very illuminating video, thank you.

  • @user-dc9kq6vy8m
    @user-dc9kq6vy8m 7 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    اللهم استودعتك وطني وشعبي وحكامي🇸🇦🤲

  • @asianserenadr7776
    @asianserenadr7776 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +46

    Damn so Saudi Arabians have been living in the line this whole time

    • @abd-animation-22
      @abd-animation-22 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      Always has been
      As for 52C° hot weather
      We got used to it

    • @zaidhashmi7907
      @zaidhashmi7907 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Heh I like what you did there 😂

    • @riderchallenge4250
      @riderchallenge4250 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      The Line 2 is on its way

    • @softdreamer7956
      @softdreamer7956 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      My grandparents not only went through that but didn’t have air conditioners.

  • @Lordjunon
    @Lordjunon 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +68

    One of my favorite aspects of this channel and its a small thing is when temperatures are compared in both F and C and size comparisons to the US and Europe.

    • @petermgruhn
      @petermgruhn 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      I noted that favourably as well.

    • @ElusiveTy
      @ElusiveTy 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Size comparisons to the US and the rest of the world?

    • @Lordjunon
      @Lordjunon 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      @@ElusiveTy KM and Miles.

    • @nickvickers3486
      @nickvickers3486 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      Definitely, I'm good with either miles or kilometres but I'm lost with farenheight!

  • @fung0r
    @fung0r 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    thank you very much, that was very interesting!!!

  • @Slightnoob
    @Slightnoob 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    What I'm hearing from this is that Canada is a lot emptier than Saudi Arabia, being twice the size with the same population.

  • @camilohiche4475
    @camilohiche4475 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +161

    Now it's time you make a 30min in depth video of why 80% of my body mass is in my belly.

    • @SpeakerWiggin49
      @SpeakerWiggin49 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Your overeating and sedentary lifestyle allowing the buildup of interabdominal fat.

    • @khalilabushahin418
      @khalilabushahin418 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +11

      ​@@SpeakerWiggin49congratulations...if real life lore made this statement he would've needed like 50 minuts to explain why

    • @the_man_emperor_of_mankind
      @the_man_emperor_of_mankind 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +7

      Because you're belly is the center of your being, it stores the energy that lets your body function. And when hard times strike, you've got an extra calorie storage.

    • @geigertec5921
      @geigertec5921 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      Eat more fats and protien and less sugar and carbohydrates.

    • @2idiots2muchtime
      @2idiots2muchtime 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      "And these areas on either side are almost completely empty" 😂

  • @evangel1460
    @evangel1460 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +91

    Oh hell yeah, another Real Life Lore video about Saudi Arabia. My favorite content.

    • @ignignoktthemooninite3679
      @ignignoktthemooninite3679 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Why's that if I may ask?

    • @NohStar
      @NohStar 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +7

      saudi arabia isn’t a contin… oh

    • @justArandomfellar
      @justArandomfellar 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      Saudia arabia is soon to turn green many studies say

    • @Justarandomytmemechannel
      @Justarandomytmemechannel 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      HELL YEH

    • @lelouchvibritannia1788
      @lelouchvibritannia1788 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      @@oudplayer8he only said 80% lmao, that still leaves around 3 million people that live outside the marked area

  • @Brandonian
    @Brandonian 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +9

    I think this video was pretty cool. Good ol geography! The desert that Saudi Arabia 🇸🇦 occupies is crazy. But it’s even more crazy that they were able to build a pretty cool country regardless of the challenges.

  • @erkl8823
    @erkl8823 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

    Dude, you're turning us all into eco/geo/socio/political/meteorological/historical/current-events GENIUSES!!

    • @KhalidAun1
      @KhalidAun1 25 วันที่ผ่านมา

      Facts 😂😂

  • @ihavetowait90daystochangem67
    @ihavetowait90daystochangem67 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +30

    “Why 0% of Humans live on this circle on mars”

    • @thunderlight571
      @thunderlight571 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +11

      That's a very tough question. Let me explain that in 40 mins..............

    • @petermgruhn
      @petermgruhn 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      @@thunderlight571 You want to prepare. Concentrate on the red planet. Okay now... take a deep breath.

    • @abdel-qudus1143
      @abdel-qudus1143 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Live on this circle for now….

    • @user-oc1px5oe7f
      @user-oc1px5oe7f 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

      The Saudis were bandits and robbed pilgrims before the oil boom
      They want a rabble of sheep and eat desert reptiles. Ignorance is the face of the black Saudis

  • @sabeelsameeullah5784
    @sabeelsameeullah5784 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +51

    I'm driving to qatar 🇶🇦 right now passing by the empty quarter in saudi 🇸🇦
    It's peaceful af and driving at night alone is nothing short of an adventure in itself ❤

    • @alialii8050
      @alialii8050 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      Long as you’re happy..

    • @lapio8222
      @lapio8222 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +15

      @@alialii8050 What a weird comment

    • @joeysal007
      @joeysal007 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      if your car somehow gets halted somewhere and networks ceases to exist, how would you possibly survive? Assuming the current Saudis, they aren’t suited to wander in the desert either like their predecessors

    • @sabeelsameeullah5784
      @sabeelsameeullah5784 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +22

      ​@@joeysal007there's something called highway patrol in saudi - the cops are generally courteous and always there to help

    • @DanBeech-ht7sw
      @DanBeech-ht7sw 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      ​@@sabeelsameeullah5784unless you are a woman

  • @veroblossom7906
    @veroblossom7906 6 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Thank you for educating us!

    • @user-he4sc3vy7k
      @user-he4sc3vy7k 6 หลายเดือนก่อน

      (Guys give me like to let my comment rise and everyone see hem)
      This video has a lot of wrong informations , and i will reply to it and let all know the real
      First, this brother say that this two lines has a 80% of saudi population
      First the brother forget that this two lines has 20% from saudi land area " without the empty quarter " which is 300,000 km2 to 1,500,000 km2
      Second, the brother is lying on the real numbers and say that it is 80% from the saudi population, while in the real the population on this two lines is 21 million / 33 million of saudi population, that means it's 60% from total saudi population, increase 20% in this case means he create 7 million people from nothing
      Note : i said it's 21 million if that inclunding abha and khamis mushait and baha region, i see it's not but this is just a gift from me to let the number higher😂 if we don't count them, it will be 19m inside and 14m outside
      Third, he say that on out of this lines there is no Inhabited place except medina, while in the real there is 12 (or 14) million people out of the lines, and medina is just 1.5 million people
      Fourth, he lied in the real reason that it's have 60% of saudi arabia population in him, he said the reason is that there is too much rain in the western part of Saudi Arabia and the western coasts
      I hope it's real but it's not, let me prove that you are a wrong and you speak with ignorance
      First, middle and north middle and north east of saudi arabia, rains more than the west saudi rains
      For example the average rain in riyadh is 2 times more than jeddah and madinah and yenbo
      And average rain in hafr al batin 3 times more than yenbo and 2 times from medina and jeddah
      And average rain in al gassim is higher than yenbo and jeddah and makkah and even jizan , Each separately
      Fifth, talking about weather and temperatures, then lies, he say that west of saudi arabia and south west is more cool and modeartion, that called tihamh
      Man , tihamh in the summer in dry mode is between 42-45 degrees celsius, and that marked in 7 uncoastal tihamh cities ( makkah, sabya, abu arish, muhayil, al majardah , bariq , al mokhwah )
      And in the humid mode, it's between 39-42 degrees celsius with a high humidity makes the "feel temperatures" above 45 degrees celsius, and this marked in 5 coastal tihamh cities ( jeddah, yenbo, al gunfuthah, jizan, al lith )
      so if compared between makkah and riyadh on average summer maximum and minimum temperatures, we see that riyadh is higher by maximum temp by less than 1 degree just on july and august
      While makkah is higher by more than 2 degrees in maximum temp, on may and june and september, and higher on the minimum temp by 2-3 degrees, in may and june and july and august and septermber
      Without counting humidity, that in tihamah even uncoastal cities has a some humidity
      And talk long, but we can see that there is no one place on saudi arabia has a moderation weather on summer except of sarawat mountains , but it's have just 1 million people so it's not that high on population
      And ofcourse the summer in tihamh is long for 7 months, while in najd just 4 and half months, and the moderation months najd has a 7 months and tihamh just 3 months
      Sixth, after all your follies
      The real reason to be 60% of saudi population, on this two lines ( knowing that he is 20% of the land area )
      Is just because it has the major cities 😄 the man have talked long, and join to weather and rain Topics, and in the end if you just take makkah and jeddah and riyadh
      You will see that the lines will drop from 21 million to just 7 million
      And the Percentage from saudi population will down from 60% to 20%, hope you dont talked about it😂
      So Instead of said that the line has a majorest 3 cities, and said that it's normal when you collected the majorest cities the percentage from country population will be high..
      You start to say uncorrect informations
      And ofcourse the 3 cities being in one line was just a coincidence
      And each one become major for another reason than the second
      And in the real, the number of cities out of the line is more than the cities in him
      And the number of population out of the line is not far to the number in him
      I wish if i can put a photo, to put map showing cities on saudi arabia higher than 70k population, it's 46 cities
      Inside the line just 19 cities
      And out of him a 27 cities😂
      the just reason that out of the line is 12 million while inside him is 21 million, is the two cities of riyadh and jeddah
      And they are 900km from each other, that means they have nothing to do with each other
      If you take them from the line to out of him, it's will be 22 million / 11 million
      Literally reversed😂
      And outside the lines, there a medinah province except yenbo, eastern province except dammam, gassim province, ha'il province, najran province, eastern borders province, al-jouf province, tabuk province, baha province, 60% of asir province population
      I wish if i just has 1 day without see someone from : medina tabuk hail najran al-gassim al-jouf eastern province northern borders al-baha asir !, outside lines is really huge populated
      And inside the lines is more populated just for riyadh makkah and jeddah .. don't lying bro this is better for you !!
      Also in the past the most populated was : north and east and west and south, not just the west and south
      You talk about the biggest saudi tribes in the number even on the past, otaibah al-dawasser anizah shammar mutair harb and even more
      All was living on najd ! and some of them was on the north of saudi arabia
      Also the saudi arabia population now, has:
      2.5 million on makkah city
      _________________
      3 million on the north
      3.5 million on the middle "except riyadh"
      3.75 million on jeddah city Here all are 3-5 million👈
      4.0 million on the west " except makkah and jeddah "
      4.5 million on the south
      5.0 million on the east
      _________________
      7.0 million on riyadh city
      So it's a really perfect Mounting from 3 to 4 to 5M on all districts of the country
      Just when count the majorest 3 cities alone
      Unlike some countries ! Who no who i mean
      The dude from this channel put the western north and west and western south and middle and mid east parts ot the country including by coincidence the most and second most populated cities
      After that he said why saudi just live on this place , and make the population on the place higher by 8 million from the real from nothing .. it's really a bad lie
      I will give a example on england
      London and brimingham and manchester has a 17m/50m of england population
      That means 35%
      I will draw a small line between them dosen't contains anything except them.. and i will lie that this line has 80% of england population ! While it is clear that it lied in its real population, and a line that contains only the largest cities that met by coincidence or the line has been crooked deliberate to let them met
      And i will say that the line has most england population because of the high rain precipitation 😂😂

  • @Nes
    @Nes 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    super exciting, thank youu

  • @SquizzMe
    @SquizzMe 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

    I can't express how much I love this channel.

  • @collapserelapse
    @collapserelapse 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +40

    Funny that you should post this three days ago when I just finished the book 'Arabian Sands', which is Wilfred Thesiger's epic account of his journey through the Empty Quarter in the 1940's. It's great reading for anyone interested in understanding what this place was like before the discovery of oil. He lived among the Bedouin tribes for five years while traversing across this vast desert.

  • @mohamedm.elnour9300
    @mohamedm.elnour9300 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    That coffee sponsor seqway was soo smooth 😂
    Great video .. learned alot

  • @vikaspanwar118
    @vikaspanwar118 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    It's been a long time since I watched such an amazing video. Kudos

  • @ChillkittzGT
    @ChillkittzGT 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +30

    This is actually self explanatory. It's basically similar to Canada, with one part of their country being the only habitable area and the rest were either deserts prone to sandstorm and heat waves or mountains that are prone to potential avalanches and lands that were simply too cold or too hot its unhabitable without proper aid from cities that were simply far out.

    • @rahileshanbi5551
      @rahileshanbi5551 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Yeah, could easily be abbreviated too in that point.

    • @user-do5mm7lv2t
      @user-do5mm7lv2t 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      Canada has water and cold is better than desert.

    • @JPaul-gl6th
      @JPaul-gl6th 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Sure, this is fairly self-explanatory but the initial question helps lead into a larger discussion about the geography of the Arab Peninsula and how that geography create unique challenges for the Saudi state.

    • @ChillkittzGT
      @ChillkittzGT 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@user-do5mm7lv2t true, tho im just trying to give some form of analogy as to why I think the video is kind of self explanatory.

    • @ChillkittzGT
      @ChillkittzGT 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@JPaul-gl6th yeah, going a deep dive into the challenges of the Arabs in their pretty much desolate land seems alright anyhow.

  • @Alruwaili11
    @Alruwaili11 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +10

    As person who lives in the areas what he calls “Completely Empty” i am glad no pollution and No traffic.

    • @kunal.khanna
      @kunal.khanna 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +6

      You guys must have the best night sky.

    • @Alruwaili11
      @Alruwaili11 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +8

      @@kunal.khanna oh yeah you can see the whole Milky Way in the nights without a moon. So majestic.

  • @ursa81
    @ursa81 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Holy crap I learned SO much in this video. Thank you SO much! ❤

    • @Ibnlaahad5319
      @Ibnlaahad5319 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Mostly not true and garbage information two line cities don’t let me laugh open google map and check also if that true he will put the source of information in description

  • @ouranos0101
    @ouranos0101 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

    KSA is actually an excellent terraforming experiment. If they overcome the environmental hurdles they face and survive/thrive, the path they tread will be useful for future colonies on other planets, as well as extreme weather changes here on Earth.

  • @Ratabulous
    @Ratabulous 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +27

    This has got to be my favorite channel, hands down. Infotainment at its finest, and I feel more educate and aware of the broader world around me. Thank you!

  • @Quickshot0
    @Quickshot0 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +80

    I guess on the positive side desalination might be something that can adapt to intermittent power sources more easily. At the least, one could in principle over produce water and store it in enormous storage areas that could buffer days or weeks of water usage.
    So that's something at least when considering an enormous amount of the total energy needs will apparently be in producing drinkable water and getting it where you need it.

    • @censored4christ162
      @censored4christ162 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Man problem is they got literslly basically zero farm land. But a lot of them live right on the wirld trade line so maybe they csn import a lot that is already being sold on open market for profit rather than buying some other guys peoples farm and shipping their meal to saudi arabia 😂 this is crazy. I think they need to use the sand to blow glass or something, for export since theyre is lots of them on the world trade route line. Then use the money to import peoples extra food. Problem is that immedietly makes them dependant and not self reliant which is preferrable i just dont know man they live in a dessert and so i do but i also have civilization which is around on all sides as well which helps

    • @fuzzyhair321
      @fuzzyhair321 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      And they have the desert to just get rid of the waste salt

    • @xBINARYGODx
      @xBINARYGODx 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      EDIT - nvm didnt watch the entire video, they do this already, I mean, not exactly, but close enough for a comment.
      I mean, the area is ripe for mass, massive evaporators that could work similar to the sort of salt mining that exists at coasting reactions (flood an area and let it evaporate and the salt left behind is "mined"). to be overly specific, if you put a roof over it, you can trap the water as it leaves. Yes, the real version is more complex, but it doesn't matter, they have the money to build a ton of them and have clean water for way more than just themselves, and as the Nile proves, enough to create a man-made Nile to supply massive farmlands in certain areas.
      They can even power all of this with solar and batteries.

    • @DanBeech-ht7sw
      @DanBeech-ht7sw 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      ​@@fuzzyhair321but that's not how desalination plants do it. They take brine, and produce potable water and super concentrated brine which is pumped a short way out to sea, and then destroys the ecosystems.

    • @DanBeech-ht7sw
      @DanBeech-ht7sw 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      ​@@fuzzyhair321also, even though rain is rare it does happen, and when it does it would wash the salt into the very precious ground water.

  • @stevendaniell7419
    @stevendaniell7419 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Congrats on 7M subscribers!

  • @airdogtr
    @airdogtr 7 หลายเดือนก่อน

    thank you!

  • @rngxkillers2941
    @rngxkillers2941 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

    Watching from jeddah 🇸🇦 ur vids are very interesting to watch i love ur channel keep up the good work 👍

  • @Fai9albinKhalid3
    @Fai9albinKhalid3 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +15

    as an Arabian from Jeddah, I can confirm that we are built different

    • @poltronafrau
      @poltronafrau 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Yeah we knew that. You like to stone people.

    • @ASLUHLUHCE
      @ASLUHLUHCE 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Start investing abroad

    • @Alqoaity
      @Alqoaity 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      really from Jeddah?
      than why you put this flag? 🇵🇸

  • @johnsimun6533
    @johnsimun6533 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    Why not pump the water from the sea into the area near the aquifer underneath the surface of the ground. Letting it filter through the majority of the ground, then refilling the natural aquifer. If the bedrock could be mapped, and the slope of the bedrock could be used as a base for the water to flow to the area where the aquifer is located, and the water flowing across the bedrock, to the aquifer, would also spread out wide, and not only be an narrow channel traveling to, from the seaside. With the water flowing, it would spread wide, across the bedrock, and should have the effect that the amount of water could be increased, thus increasing the rate that the aquifer would be replenished. The water being released underground, would be filtered through the ground.
    From my understanding, ground filtering is good for larger particles, and certain soil types, will future filter. That is using the ground as a filter, slowly removing the saline percentages. If given enough distance, it should reduce enough to be potable water. If there is a area underground where they could store water where it would not be contaminated, such as old oil fields. The saline solution could possibly be absorbed into the ground surrounding the aquifer that once was filled with oil, and other petroleum resources. Thus reducing the salt concentration, and making it easier to remove the remaining to, produce potable water. For people to drink and maintain life.
    Sorry for the length and circular manner of the comment.

  • @Emc4421
    @Emc4421 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    As an adult who never paid attention in school, but am a polymath who loves learning, discovering your channel had been a blessing.

    • @Calliopa_22
      @Calliopa_22 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      I highly doubt that you are a polymath. Maybe you misunderstand how big of a claim that is to make?

    • @Emc4421
      @Emc4421 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@Calliopa_22 it’s possible

  • @jasonquizon7620
    @jasonquizon7620 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +7

    I'm in Qatar right now. Hot and humid is an understatement. It's like living in an oven, day in day out 😅

  • @FairyCRat
    @FairyCRat 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +57

    17:12 it is worth noting that Medina doesn't have a prohibition on non-Muslims. Mecca does, but non-Muslims can enter Medina just fine, just not the Nabawi mosque

    • @Dfathurr
      @Dfathurr 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +13

      Not really. Medina is still considered "Haram" or forbidden for non Muslim, as both Hadith and Jumhur Ulama agreed upon. And its border also explained in Hadith (notably Shahih Ibn Muslim). Saudi government also made some of its borders to declaring such

    • @zwerko
      @zwerko 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +4

      I always wondered how is that enforced. Like, do you need a certificate from a mufti or some such trusted authority in order to enter the city? Or do you need to pass an exam?

    • @tervilsnaider3103
      @tervilsnaider3103 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +7

      How pitiful of them to treat their outsiders like shit

    • @os9706
      @os9706 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +8

      @@zwerko No you don’t need anything. For Mecca, most people go there wearing special cloths for Umra and Hajj (pilgrimage). So it’s easy to spot non muslims, most people respect the law and religion and they don’t do it. However, if you were caught entering mecca or the Nabawi mosque (Haram) in Medina, you will be deported from the country and will be banned from entering it for 10 years.

    • @Mister.Bone_Saw
      @Mister.Bone_Saw 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Saud Royal theft family don't care about anything.. actually they are atheists liars and worship oil 🛢️ money 🤑

  • @valeriisoldatov8854
    @valeriisoldatov8854 7 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    The quality of content is jaw dropping
    Keep it up gyus

  • @justanotherhappyhumanist8832
    @justanotherhappyhumanist8832 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    I would love it if you would provide the sources that you use when researching these videos! I am one of those geeks who loves to do further research into such topics, but I couldn’t find any sources in your description. I know that most people probably aren’t interested in such things, but there are still a lot of people who are, and it would be a great help to us if you could point us in the right direction! I know that you have recommended audible books before (I am not a fan of them, as they locked me out of my account and not only kept charging me for two books every month for the next year, but I lost the hundreds of books that I had already paid for), and I’ve been pleased to see that I’ve already read almost all of the books that you’ve recommended through them! However, you also talk about a lot of topics that I don’t know much about, so you’ve evidently studied sources that would be new and fascinating to me, and I would love to get my hands on them!
    Please consider adding a references section in the description of your videos. You clearly put so much work and research into your videos. You are objective, knowledgeable, and your maps and visuals are quite possibly the best that I have seen on TH-cam! By adding your sources, you would not only be demonstrating just how much work you put into your videos, but helping people like me who are interested in using your videos as a jumping point to do further research into the topics that you have discussed. It doesn’t just have to be books, either - studies/meta-analyses/statistical reviews, articles, reports, or anything else that you use would be greatly appreciated!
    Thank you for creating such consistently informative, objective, and bingeworthy videos!

  • @3zzee
    @3zzee 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +43

    On the positive note, this summer has not been extreme at all, and it's not because of cloud seeding, I barely noticed a cloud the since June here in Jeddah. On top of that, initiative foresting Arabia is underway, as well as cloud seeding during the winter I believe, which for the first time in anyone I know in my, and their lives, we have seen Arabia from our pov, Jeddah Makkah as green medows instead of desert and sand dunes. So very hopeful for the future here

    • @MOBXOJ
      @MOBXOJ 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +6

      Brother it was 41c a couple days ago in Jeddah

    • @3zzee
      @3zzee 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +12

      @@MOBXOJ 41 is not hot for august or july

    • @cinderball1135
      @cinderball1135 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +7

      The only way forests and grasslands are growing in the desert is by tapping into an unsustainable and finite water supply. Unless desalination becomes MUCH more efficient, these green areas you are talking about will vanish the moment that Saudi Arabia's fresh water stocks are depleted.

    • @3zzee
      @3zzee 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +8

      @@cinderball1135 they were from rain, cloud seeding ofcourse. But if trees manage to grow, which require labor, the climate would change and enable water and food to be naturally more suatainable

    • @MOBXOJ
      @MOBXOJ 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@3zzee Maybe in the Arabian desert but in general it burns, and this is coming from someone born in Jeddah

  • @tomdillan
    @tomdillan 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +12

    Sounds like the Saudis should use the brine water leftover from desalination into every way possible. The salt, calcium, magnesium, lithium and more could create additional industries once the oil is gone.

    • @muhammadadeel8639
      @muhammadadeel8639 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      All these industries would need more water supply

  • @tvanbroekhoven
    @tvanbroekhoven 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    That bridge to the coffee story was smooth af. Well done.

  • @ssgamer5693
    @ssgamer5693 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    More videos on saudi arabia pls,this is the best stress buster for me,i get completely detached from the outside world and my tensions while watching something about saudi arabia😄

  • @krisstopher8259
    @krisstopher8259 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +20

    you make the most intense documentaries on youtube. every second is like some crazy spy thriller moment or the war scenes in lotr. lol. i used to watch lots of natgeo and discovery for like 2 decades and sure they're good but there's no energy like in these documentaries. they're too old school. it feels like i was in the gym for an hour watching your stuff and that's great. it's like a matrix information AUX input on acid. lmao

    • @ToBeIsWasWere
      @ToBeIsWasWere 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      bruh you must be high as a kite, I'll have whatever he's having.
      edit: missed the last last words, is that a metaphor or are you on acid? Because this sounds exactly like what people on acid say.

  • @tyreesellewellyn2680
    @tyreesellewellyn2680 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +35

    I could imagine the amount of research that goes into making these videos, and it's done in such an entertaining and simplified way.

    • @user-oc1px5oe7f
      @user-oc1px5oe7f 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

      The Saudis were bandits and robbed pilgrims before the oil boom
      They want a rabble of sheep and eat desert reptiles. Ignorance is the face of the black Saudis

  • @Sugar_bug
    @Sugar_bug 4 หลายเดือนก่อน

    This video is so informative.

  • @kevinolesik1500
    @kevinolesik1500 5 หลายเดือนก่อน

    these videos are so rich with data ... thank you !

  • @asimjabbar8445
    @asimjabbar8445 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +6

    Now imagine! During the 7th century, the tribal Muslims of now Saudi Arabia decimated the Persians and Roman Empires simultaneously throughout the middle east within a period of a couple of decades. Yeah there was no railways network back then to support their expansion either.
    It's like today's Eskimos capturing Europe while defeating the US and Russia on either borders and maintaining control over it for centuries to come. 😳

    • @theguy9208
      @theguy9208 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Its not very impressive when you consider that the peninsula wasn't conquered because it wasn't worthwhile at all. Until oil was discovered there was literally no reason for anyone to go there except to say that you did.
      Like if some idiots want to rule an 80% unlivable desert with no resources the surrounding empires were more than happy to leave them alone.

    • @masudsaleh5155
      @masudsaleh5155 วันที่ผ่านมา

      🤡 ​@@theguy9208

    • @masudsaleh5155
      @masudsaleh5155 วันที่ผ่านมา

      It was their strong faith in Islam and spiritual support from Allah

  • @Decimate_The_Flesh
    @Decimate_The_Flesh 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +4

    Because it's a dessert.
    Thank you for watching and see you next video!

  • @ArcticLemon
    @ArcticLemon 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +4

    I love the way this video gives me TONS of information about why they live in the areas, with a general outlook and to top it off, Facts about coffee I had no idea about.
    Thank you for making education fun and interesting.

  • @tuna22lm
    @tuna22lm 7 หลายเดือนก่อน

    This is a very informative , educational, and interesting channel.

  • @StarKillerSK
    @StarKillerSK 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

    24:33 That's a scene from rural Indian Subcontinent

  • @Dr.Kay_R
    @Dr.Kay_R 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

    Damn! so they already have *2 Lines!?*
    No wonder they are also building a 3rd one.

  • @paulhefner2813
    @paulhefner2813 6 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Great informative video. Thanks

    • @abdullah_alhothali515
      @abdullah_alhothali515 6 หลายเดือนก่อน

      (Guys give me like to let my comment rise and everyone see hem)
      This video has a lot of wrong informations , and i will reply to it and let all know the real
      First, this brother say that this two lines has a 80% of saudi population
      First the brother forget that this two lines has 20% from saudi land area " without the empty quarter " which is 300,000 km2 to 1,500,000 km2
      Second, the brother is lying on the real numbers and say that it is 80% from the saudi population, while in the real the population on this two lines is 21 million / 33 million of saudi population, that means it's 60% from total saudi population, increase 20% in this case means he create 7 million people from nothing
      Note : i said it's 21 million if that inclunding abha and khamis mushait and baha region, i see it's not but this is just a gift from me to let the number higher😂 if we don't count them, it will be 19m inside and 14m outside
      Third, he say that on out of this lines there is no Inhabited place except medina, while in the real there is 12 (or 14) million people out of the lines, and medina is just 1.5 million people
      Fourth, he lied in the real reason that it's have 60% of saudi arabia population in him, he said the reason is that there is too much rain in the western part of Saudi Arabia and the western coasts
      I hope it's real but it's not, let me prove that you are a wrong and you speak with ignorance
      First, middle and north middle and north east of saudi arabia, rains more than the west saudi rains
      For example the average rain in riyadh is 2 times more than jeddah and madinah and yenbo
      And average rain in hafr al batin 3 times more than yenbo and 2 times from medina and jeddah
      And average rain in al gassim is higher than yenbo and jeddah and makkah and even jizan , Each separately
      Fifth, talking about weather and temperatures, then lies, he say that west of saudi arabia and south west is more cool and modeartion, that called tihamh
      Man , tihamh in the summer in dry mode is between 42-45 degrees celsius, and that marked in 7 uncoastal tihamh cities ( makkah, sabya, abu arish, muhayil, al majardah , bariq , al mokhwah )
      And in the humid mode, it's between 39-42 degrees celsius with a high humidity makes the "feel temperatures" above 45 degrees celsius, and this marked in 5 coastal tihamh cities ( jeddah, yenbo, al gunfuthah, jizan, al lith )
      so if compared between makkah and riyadh on average summer maximum and minimum temperatures, we see that riyadh is higher by maximum temp by less than 1 degree just on july and august
      While makkah is higher by more than 2 degrees in maximum temp, on may and june and september, and higher on the minimum temp by 2-3 degrees, in may and june and july and august and septermber
      Without counting humidity, that in tihamah even uncoastal cities has a some humidity
      And talk long, but we can see that there is no one place on saudi arabia has a moderation weather on summer except of sarawat mountains , but it's have just 1 million people so it's not that high on population
      And ofcourse the summer in tihamh is long for 7 months, while in najd just 4 and half months, and the moderation months najd has a 7 months and tihamh just 3 months
      Sixth, after all your follies
      The real reason to be 60% of saudi population, on this two lines ( knowing that he is 20% of the land area )
      Is just because it has the major cities 😄 the man have talked long, and join to weather and rain Topics, and in the end if you just take makkah and jeddah and riyadh
      You will see that the lines will drop from 21 million to just 7 million
      And the Percentage from saudi population will down from 60% to 20%, hope you dont talked about it😂
      So Instead of said that the line has a majorest 3 cities, and said that it's normal when you collected the majorest cities the percentage from country population will be high..
      You start to say uncorrect informations
      And ofcourse the 3 cities being in one line was just a coincidence
      And each one become major for another reason than the second
      And in the real, the number of cities out of the line is more than the cities in him
      And the number of population out of the line is not far to the number in him
      I wish if i can put a photo, to put map showing cities on saudi arabia higher than 70k population, it's 46 cities
      Inside the line just 19 cities
      And out of him a 27 cities😂
      the just reason that out of the line is 12 million while inside him is 21 million, is the two cities of riyadh and jeddah
      And they are 900km from each other, that means they have nothing to do with each other
      If you take them from the line to out of him, it's will be 22 million / 11 million
      Literally reversed😂
      And outside the lines, there a medinah province except yenbo, eastern province except dammam, gassim province, ha'il province, najran province, eastern borders province, al-jouf province, tabuk province, baha province, 60% of asir province population
      I wish if i just has 1 day without see someone from : medina tabuk hail najran al-gassim al-jouf eastern province northern borders al-baha asir !, outside lines is really huge populated
      And inside the lines is more populated just for riyadh makkah and jeddah .. don't lying bro this is better for you !!
      Also in the past the most populated was : north and east and west and south, not just the west and south
      You talk about the biggest saudi tribes in the number even on the past, otaibah al-dawasser anizah shammar mutair harb and even more
      All was living on najd ! and some of them was on the north of saudi arabia
      Also the saudi arabia population now, has:
      2.5 million on makkah city
      _________________
      3 million on the north
      3.5 million on the middle "except riyadh"
      3.75 million on jeddah city Here all are 3-5 million👈
      4.0 million on the west " except makkah and jeddah "
      4.5 million on the south
      5.0 million on the east
      _________________
      7.0 million on riyadh city
      So it's a really perfect Mounting from 3 to 4 to 5M on all districts of the country
      Just when count the majorest 3 cities alone
      Unlike some countries ! Who no who i mean
      The dude from this channel put the western north and west and western south and middle and mid east parts ot the country including by coincidence the most and second most populated cities
      After that he said why saudi just live on this place , and make the population on the place higher by 8 million from the real from nothing .. it's really a bad lie
      I will give a example on england
      London and brimingham and manchester has a 17m/50m of england population
      That means 35%
      I will draw a small line between them dosen't contains anything except them.. and i will lie that this line has 80% of england population ! While it is clear that it lied in its real population, and a line that contains only the largest cities that met by coincidence or the line has been crooked deliberate to let them met
      And i will say that the line has most england population because of the high rain precipitation 😂😂

  • @southasiamapsjayreddy
    @southasiamapsjayreddy 6 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Great narration. Immaculate.
    Thanks, for sharing grt knowledge.
    Making the presentation

    • @user-he4sc3vy7k
      @user-he4sc3vy7k 6 หลายเดือนก่อน

      (Guys give me like to let my comment rise and everyone see hem)
      This video has a lot of wrong informations , and i will reply to it and let all know the real
      First, this brother say that this two lines has a 80% of saudi population
      First the brother forget that this two lines has 20% from saudi land area " without the empty quarter " which is 300,000 km2 to 1,500,000 km2
      Second, the brother is lying on the real numbers and say that it is 80% from the saudi population, while in the real the population on this two lines is 21 million / 33 million of saudi population, that means it's 60% from total saudi population, increase 20% in this case means he create 7 million people from nothing
      Note : i said it's 21 million if that inclunding abha and khamis mushait and baha region, i see it's not but this is just a gift from me to let the number higher😂 if we don't count them, it will be 19m inside and 14m outside
      Third, he say that on out of this lines there is no Inhabited place except medina, while in the real there is 12 (or 14) million people out of the lines, and medina is just 1.5 million people
      Fourth, he lied in the real reason that it's have 60% of saudi arabia population in him, he said the reason is that there is too much rain in the western part of Saudi Arabia and the western coasts
      I hope it's real but it's not, let me prove that you are a wrong and you speak with ignorance
      First, middle and north middle and north east of saudi arabia, rains more than the west saudi rains
      For example the average rain in riyadh is 2 times more than jeddah and madinah and yenbo
      And average rain in hafr al batin 3 times more than yenbo and 2 times from medina and jeddah
      And average rain in al gassim is higher than yenbo and jeddah and makkah and even jizan , Each separately
      Fifth, talking about weather and temperatures, then lies, he say that west of saudi arabia and south west is more cool and modeartion, that called tihamh
      Man , tihamh in the summer in dry mode is between 42-45 degrees celsius, and that marked in 7 uncoastal tihamh cities ( makkah, sabya, abu arish, muhayil, al majardah , bariq , al mokhwah )
      And in the humid mode, it's between 39-42 degrees celsius with a high humidity makes the "feel temperatures" above 45 degrees celsius, and this marked in 5 coastal tihamh cities ( jeddah, yenbo, al gunfuthah, jizan, al lith )
      so if compared between makkah and riyadh on average summer maximum and minimum temperatures, we see that riyadh is higher by maximum temp by less than 1 degree just on july and august
      While makkah is higher by more than 2 degrees in maximum temp, on may and june and september, and higher on the minimum temp by 2-3 degrees, in may and june and july and august and septermber
      Without counting humidity, that in tihamah even uncoastal cities has a some humidity
      And talk long, but we can see that there is no one place on saudi arabia has a moderation weather on summer except of sarawat mountains , but it's have just 1 million people so it's not that high on population
      And ofcourse the summer in tihamh is long for 7 months, while in najd just 4 and half months, and the moderation months najd has a 7 months and tihamh just 3 months
      Sixth, after all your follies
      The real reason to be 60% of saudi population, on this two lines ( knowing that he is 20% of the land area )
      Is just because it has the major cities 😄 the man have talked long, and join to weather and rain Topics, and in the end if you just take makkah and jeddah and riyadh
      You will see that the lines will drop from 21 million to just 7 million
      And the Percentage from saudi population will down from 60% to 20%, hope you dont talked about it😂
      So Instead of said that the line has a majorest 3 cities, and said that it's normal when you collected the majorest cities the percentage from country population will be high..
      You start to say uncorrect informations
      And ofcourse the 3 cities being in one line was just a coincidence
      And each one become major for another reason than the second
      And in the real, the number of cities out of the line is more than the cities in him
      And the number of population out of the line is not far to the number in him
      I wish if i can put a photo, to put map showing cities on saudi arabia higher than 70k population, it's 46 cities
      Inside the line just 19 cities
      And out of him a 27 cities😂
      the just reason that out of the line is 12 million while inside him is 21 million, is the two cities of riyadh and jeddah
      And they are 900km from each other, that means they have nothing to do with each other
      If you take them from the line to out of him, it's will be 22 million / 11 million
      Literally reversed😂
      And outside the lines, there a medinah province except yenbo, eastern province except dammam, gassim province, ha'il province, najran province, northern borders province, al-jouf province, tabuk province, baha province, 60% of asir province population
      I wish if i just has 1 day without see someone from : medina tabuk hail najran al-gassim al-jouf eastern province northern borders al-baha asir !, outside lines is really huge populated
      And inside the lines is more populated just for riyadh makkah and jeddah .. don't lying bro this is better for you !!
      Also in the past the most populated was : north and east and west and south, not just the west and south
      You talk about the biggest saudi tribes in the number even on the past, otaibah al-dawasser anizah shammar mutair harb and even more
      All was living on najd ! and some of them was on the north of saudi arabia
      Also the saudi arabia population now, has:
      2.5 million on makkah city
      _________________
      3 million on the north
      3.5 million on the middle "except riyadh"
      3.75 million on jeddah city Here all are 3-5 million👈
      4.0 million on the west " except makkah and jeddah "
      4.5 million on the south
      5.0 million on the east
      _________________
      7.0 million on riyadh city
      So it's a really perfect Mounting from 3 to 4 to 5M on all districts of the country
      Just when count the majorest 3 cities alone
      Unlike some countries ! Who no who i mean
      The dude from this channel put the western north and west and western south and middle and mid east parts ot the country including by coincidence the most and second most populated cities
      After that he said why saudi just live on this place , and make the population on the place higher by 8 million from the real from nothing .. it's really a bad lie
      I will give a example on england
      London and brimingham and manchester has a 17m/50m of england population
      That means 35%
      I will draw a small line between them dosen't contains anything except them.. and i will lie that this line has 80% of england population ! While it is clear that it lied in its real population, and a line that contains only the largest cities that met by coincidence or the line has been crooked deliberate to let them met
      And i will say that the line has most england population because of the high rain precipitation 😂😂

  • @u.2b215
    @u.2b215 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +6

    Non-Muslims are not forbidden from entering Medinah.

    • @s_dharni2483
      @s_dharni2483 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      My question also

    • @user-op8fg3ny3j
      @user-op8fg3ny3j 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      He's thinking of Dajjal that can't enter both

  • @micksmithson6724
    @micksmithson6724 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +28

    I have lived and worked in the Kingdom, I have driven round most of it. (I lived in Jubail, Riyadh, Nairyah), one thing to note is there are many farms in Saudi, in fact it exports wheat, dates (obviously) also surprisingly it often snows (in the North), if you down South, its remarkably green. The people are amazing, until recently not many foreigners visited. Most Saudis are under the age of 35, most of these speak excellent English, have studied overseas and have a global outlook, while being good muslims. The roads are filled with the worst drivers in the world. However, the people are amazing, with a wicked sense of humour. Often I would walk out of a meeting, and be half way down the corridor before I realised the joke. Its an amazing country, with amazing people.
    The local food is amazing, and for some reason (Probably due to the climate) food has so much flavour.
    As well as Oil, Saudi also exports Aluminium, Gold, & Phosphate

    • @censored4christ162
      @censored4christ162 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      I jjst get scared about how they see me as an american because i saw the taliban was lookin to snatch us yo

    • @samkim6127
      @samkim6127 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      Sounds like a great place to visit as a tourist, especially the south. Probably not over-run by tourists like many places in Europe.

    • @fisalalmalki6090
      @fisalalmalki6090 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@censored4christ162
      The more scared actually is American believe me…

    • @micksmithson6724
      @micksmithson6724 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      @@censored4christ162 I worked with an American in Saudi, he didn’t live on a western compound, he rented an apartment in Nairyah (a small town in the eastern region), I was worried about his safety, not due the the Taliban but the amount of food his Saudi neighbours were feeding him, as they realised he was away from his family and friends and they adopted him. I drove round on my own and never met anything but kindness. But you are American, ask yourself “where is my frontier spirit?” Your forefathers went to the USA and risked everything. Life is a risk.

    • @micksmithson6724
      @micksmithson6724 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Edit, I have been informed that the South is accessible, so ignore the following statement - Due to war with Yemen, the South isnt too accessible at present.

  • @wiz991
    @wiz991 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    I have been to the empty quarter, in a small town named Sharurah, just a few kilometers away from Yemen border. It is truly magnificent.

  • @alisafar6235
    @alisafar6235 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    I live right in front of the persian gulf and let me tell you, that humidity in the summer is insane sometimes you can hardly breathe but we're living happily anyways

  • @abokadohoi4
    @abokadohoi4 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +14

    Next video: why everyone lives on land 🤯🤯🤯

    • @DougBurgum4VP
      @DougBurgum4VP 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      The j3w fears the ocean liver

    • @sokjeong-ho7033
      @sokjeong-ho7033 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      what about people who live in house boats?

  • @deankhalil8147
    @deankhalil8147 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +34

    I always wondered why when I went to Dubai during a layover, how it could possibly be 110 degrees with 100 percent humidity. Easily the worst heat I ever felt.

    • @fahadbhutta3164
      @fahadbhutta3164 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Dude, either you are American or you went to another dimension where Dubai's temperature is above the boiling point of water

    • @anonymousejones8742
      @anonymousejones8742 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@fahadbhutta3164he’s talking about fehrenteirt

    • @anonymousejones8742
      @anonymousejones8742 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Also if Dubai is hot for you then try seeing Jeddah
      It’s nearly year -round hotter than Dubai

    • @butterfly9274
      @butterfly9274 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@anonymousejones8742no way!😳 I would never live there 😢

    • @techoutsider5631
      @techoutsider5631 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      110 degrees fahrenheit is roughly 43.5 degrees celsius, if that helps.

  • @analuisapartidadelllano1482
    @analuisapartidadelllano1482 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    I just need a video of RealLifeLore to make my day

  • @superviewer
    @superviewer 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Very impressive video. I learned a lot from it. Thanks. Now let's have some coffee 😁

  • @inferno0020
    @inferno0020 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +44

    in the US we tried to relate every single political issue in the Middle East with religion (or political ideology) and we usually neglect (or deny ) the importance of geography in shaping the society the collective decisions it made.

    • @user-kj8yl6sn2z
      @user-kj8yl6sn2z 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Most of the conflicts in the world are economic and will use religion, human rights issues, or political ideology to justify the invasion and war of other countries.

    • @altrag
      @altrag 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Much of the religious clustering is informed by the same geographical considerations. Using religion is a proxy sure, and there's definitely some discussion to be had about why Americans focus so heavily on religious aspects rather than anything else, but as a proxy its not actually as bad as it sounds on the surface.
      It can be misleading sometimes as all proxies are, but generally speaking as long as you understand that Islam has sects and factions same as Christianity, you can get pretty far using "religious clustering" and "geographical clustering" somewhat interchangeably.

  • @syedasifhussain2074
    @syedasifhussain2074 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +8

    Hi I live in the Eastern region of Saudi Arabia and I literally have have to take shower 2 times and the water has to be from bucket which is filled atleast 4 or 5 hours before and just I seriously need AC to sleep or else it's impossible to sleep 😂

  • @proatmope8764
    @proatmope8764 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Never in my life I would think to subscribe to a channel were I found a video explaining how deep is the ocean lol but this channel is just amazing!

  • @EconomicsTime-tu8cs
    @EconomicsTime-tu8cs 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Informative

  • @s99tb3
    @s99tb3 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +51

    Somehow this guy can explain everything to everyone without angering anyone

    • @ajs41
      @ajs41 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      Why would anyone ever get angry about facts?

    • @justArandomfellar
      @justArandomfellar 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      😮

    • @BagelBoy97
      @BagelBoy97 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      He literally showed the Western Saharah as part of Morocco… Moroccans are going to suck him of while Algerians and everyone else are going to be angry…
      This is the same thing as showing as the full West Bank as part of Israel

    • @WHENWEGONEWIN
      @WHENWEGONEWIN 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Egypt in Africa

    • @av621
      @av621 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Exactly...

  • @Dylan-yl2ok
    @Dylan-yl2ok 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +9

    As a Canadian... -7 Celsius Is a very nice day in winter. Wouldn't describe it as brutally cold. Below -30 C, that's brutal.

    • @waspwrap1235
      @waspwrap1235 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      That’s fair. In mass, usually our coldest is around -15° C. There was one winter my family was on vacation, it got as cold is -24° C

    • @Drealmers
      @Drealmers 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +8

      Imagine from 50 Celsius in morning and change -7 at night.

    • @xX-JQBY-Xx
      @xX-JQBY-Xx 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      @@Drealmers that happened to me 2 months ago it felt like hell lol

    • @kwayke9
      @kwayke9 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +4

      -7 is absolutely not ok where I live (or anywhere in western Europe lol)

    • @mohammedalmohsen712
      @mohammedalmohsen712 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +4

      It’s 41 degree Celsius here in Jeddah can’t even touch the cars wheel 😂

  • @bg7893
    @bg7893 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Just stumbled on this interesting video. Tangentially I must say your coffee segue? Magnifique!

  • @jimmy2times
    @jimmy2times 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Great documentary