This is why we can't have nice things

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    Veritasium

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    References:
    The Man in the White Suit - ve42.co/Suit
    London, B. (1932). Ending the depression through planned obsolescence. - ve42.co/London32
    Slade, G. (2009). Made to break: Technology and obsolescence in America. Harvard University Press - ve42.co/madetobreak
    Krajewski, M. (2014). The great lightbulb conspiracy. IEEE spectrum, 51(10), 56-61. - ve42.co/Phoebus
    Planet Money, The Phoebus Cartel - ve42.co/PMobs
    The Light Bulb Conspiracy - nosection.info/title/lWuwnqKYYm1_f2k/video
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poor us, we are victims ... of our own ignorance the truth. The world moves thanks to us (consumers), if the products are not very durable it is by our pure and exclusive decision, that we prefer to buy something cheap (low quality materials, workmanship, etc.) instead buy something of good quality and that last longer. Why do I want an eternal computer? With all the advances in software that increasingly ask for more power. My motorola c115 was eternal, what was it going to do for me today with all the progress? (We are talking about some years). I prefer an ever-changing world where new cars basically drive themselves, to a static world where I would have to work like a dog aiming to buy the eternal Ford that was shown in the video ... thanks but no, if I want that I can go to Cuba (and I am very sorry for those who suffer in that country). The interesting thing about all this is that our dear Derek in the video gives a point of view, what he says is not an undeniable reality, but in the comments it is incredible how they take it as absolute truth, nobody questions why we live as we live ... I love veritasium videos but lately it points a lot to this type content of wash mind, without marking the different positions on it. Success to all

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Shadab Khan
Shadab Khan

I always use to think of these conspiracies in my mind now im clear with obsolescence

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PK-JIN
PK-JIN

It's a very niche industry, but the same troubling trend has manifested itself in the general aviation avionics (radios & instruments) industry. 20-30 years ago most of the aircraft radios and instruments were field repairable - i.e. your local radio shop could use relatively generic components like capacitors and IC chips to repair them. Service bulletins were issued to such shops so that they could perform modifications & upgrades as well. In the 2000s BendixKing (subsidiary of Honeywell) effectively revoked the rights of thousands of such repair shops around the world to perform these repairs, and instructed them to destroy all copies of maintenance/service documentation which, for most shops, amounted to entire bookshelves at that point. (Of course, most shops outright turned in their dealership status and outright refused to destroy these documents, and good on them). Thankfully, BendixKing since then has fallen from its previous status as the de-facto industry leader in general aviation avionics, and has been on a road of steady atrophy, amounting to nothing more than a shell of their former status. That said, the current leader in this industry, Garmin, is unfortunately undergoing the same story, wherein their avionics products from the 90s and early 2000s were easily field-serviceable and well-documented, but today their avionics are purposely designed to last no more than 5-7 years, their hardware/software architecture is intentionally obfuscated to deter other companies from attempting 3rd-party integration compatibility, and factory-repair fees are artificially raised to financially unviable levels to force users to "upgrade" to newer equipment. Most egregiously, some of their FAA-legal documentation (for those in the industry - STC permission letters) were retroactively amended to preclude "owners and qualified technicians/repair stations" - which were previously authorized to carry out installations - from installing some of Garmin's older equipment and to limit new installations to "authorized dealers" only, effectively stripping practical reuse of older products that could have been transferred in the used market to an aircraft owner who desires older (and perfectly functional) equipment for a fraction of the cost of a new one. When I asked of the true rationale behind this action to Michael Kerrigan, Garmin regional sales representative for the Eastern US, I was met with a very hostile response that boiled down to "keep your mouth shut or your dealership will be in jeopardy."

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Yellow Belle
Yellow Belle

This is why I don't buy iPhones

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Jake Lambuth
Jake Lambuth

Apple iphone engineers: pfft.....amateurs

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Andrew Shevchenko
Andrew Shevchenko

haha jokes on you. LED bulbs run at double the current they should making them hot and die sooner. check out philips dubai lamp for more

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Ari Okubo
Ari Okubo

cApItAlIsM lEaDs To InOvAtIoN

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iloveuniverseforeverandalways
iloveuniverseforeverandalways

well i predict we can use forever lasting things on earth but its like 50/50 we can use things that can last forever and some things wont so ya but if so go outer space and start living in a spaceship which will be so advanced in the future there wont be money needed or food to eat or water to drink or oxygen to breathe well i dont have have any proof of that but anyways i dont need to prove you its just for me thank you and good luck

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Axel Daguerre
Axel Daguerre

good as always except for the 3 advertising ;)

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phantom walker
phantom walker

arnt farmers planned obsolecence people. ?.

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phantom walker
phantom walker

companies get,pay,people to test how long products last,then adjust them,,, does anything chinese last.......

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fouoii gyhh
fouoii gyhh

so, capitalism made our lights shitty marxism intesifies

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phantom walker
phantom walker

EVER HEARD OF TESLA. FREE ENERGY. NOT HAPPENING.

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fouoii gyhh
fouoii gyhh

changing fashion of progress, and sometimes, regress (wars, natural disasters and such who deletes a lot of knowledge and advanced things). peace out.

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kaylor87
kaylor87

As time goes on, and things like the right to repair become law, why wouldn't manufacturers just purposely design their products to be modular, and easily upgradable, so that they can continue to sell upgrades to their customers rather than trash the entire thing.

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Brad Buckner
Brad Buckner

Very good! Keep it going.

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Gaurav Patel
Gaurav Patel

This is an amazing channel!!!!

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George Henry Moore
George Henry Moore

QI XL 011 - Objects and Ornaments, is that where you got it from?

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trent wolfgram
trent wolfgram

The conspiracy is just capitalism dude. Like, c'mon. It's the same story with fruit companies. And mining companies. And oil companies. Etc..

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NoLeads Ent.
NoLeads Ent.

typical tyrant meeting to monopolize and steal the public money.

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Reapermask
Reapermask

nice vid

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Nahid Bepari
Nahid Bepari

The problem isn't with products that lasts forever, the problem is in how geopolitics effects trade etc... In these day and age without money you can't even get food, and so you have to work for money to get your food, and the story gose a long way, I am kinda starting to think that we are being fed unhealthy food so doctors will have their business going 🙄.

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Fernando Luiz
Fernando Luiz

spectacular !!!

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Zach Islam
Zach Islam

Once that light bulb goes out, the world is fucked

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Luc-Angelo Sean Nepomuceno
Luc-Angelo Sean Nepomuceno

Another worth watching knowledge..

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maybekaitlin !
maybekaitlin !

“ah yes unemployment is a problem let’s make the government destroy things”...... WHY IS UNEMPLOYMENT A PROBLEM???? if we’re destroying anything it needs to be this horrid system

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Wes B
Wes B

Excellent!!!

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MarceloACR
MarceloACR

Great video, extremely meaningful and helped me open my eyes and mind to a LOT of things (or at least broaden already opened eyes). BUT, one serious critic - you categorize progress as an essencially mechanical-technological thing. Explicitly, even, when talking about the spans attained by apple and idealized by some car company i don't exactly recall (ford, perhaps?). Progress, advancement, improvement or whatever you may call them, albeit there are differences in specific meanings in words, they are infinitely variable in expression. If this one new cellphone has a back that creates beauty in an actually more elegant, different, new, innovative or whatever combination of words such as these, they, by definition, ARE an improvement, they do attract more, because they essentially end up being more. And sure there are recyclings of style and whatnot amongst eras. It's a fallacy, however, to think such a thing as lazy or effortless. They end up happening more based on an eruption from the current age (whatever it must be) that is somewhat extremely similar to whichever other culture and age. It's like the phenomena where pyramids in several different parts of the world became built by unconnected civilizations. Some things flow to a common point based on biological behaviour connected to the (limiting and conditioning) external world, and thus things arise, but ever in a changing fashion of progress, and sometimes, regress (wars, natural disasters and such who deletes a lot of knowledge and advanced things). peace out.

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pascoe
pascoe

so, capitalism made our lights shitty *marxism intesifies*

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Alistair Lumb
Alistair Lumb

Very good most enjoyable

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shperax
shperax

How do you make people pay fines made from no real laws

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Zac Shook
Zac Shook

Wow.

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Brunno Cavalcanti
Brunno Cavalcanti

This channel is godlike.

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Clarence Ewing
Clarence Ewing

The Free Market at work.

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Carlos Martínez
Carlos Martínez

No hay ni un comentario es español alv😭😭😭

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Kala Goyal
Kala Goyal

"Capitalism breeds innovation" The innovation: planned obsolescence

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Keaqa n
Keaqa n

It’s sad that today, we feel an urge to buy what we don’t need out of fear we’ll be punished if we don’t.

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Keaqa n
Keaqa n

This video was amazing. Keep up the good work, you’re awesome

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Brandon Zachman
Brandon Zachman

My LEDs die all the time. Obsolescence is still going strong.

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Christian Clements
Christian Clements

Exactly protecting the battery, this is important. I Remember having an early generation iPhone instead of slowing down the screen would just go black because the battery could not keep up

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Christian Clements
Christian Clements

Your argument has a massive hole concerning available and feasible battery technology of the time was not up to par with standards you can imagine today. Concerning the old iPod

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Shadow51
Shadow51

That's why I hate Apple. The "i" in iPhone stands for inferior. SWITCH TO SAMSUNG

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Morten frost Hansen
Morten frost Hansen

The clothing business has taken this tactic to the max... they put of new lines of clothes every 3-4 month

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Morten frost Hansen
Morten frost Hansen

Because of shortage of paint, before Henry Ford bought up cheap surplus paint from the army, you could have a number of colours

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The Badger Den
The Badger Den

This isn't just lightbulbs either, it's most things-particularly motor vehicles. They could easily make an affordable car that can go over a million miles, but then they'd stop selling cars. Laptops, phones, batteries, televisions, routers, literally everything is designed to break so you have to buy more.

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Jack Aguirre
Jack Aguirre

God damn humanity.

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Sourish Saha
Sourish Saha

I won't be surprised if this video gets taken down

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Sourish Saha
Sourish Saha

We are living in a social media driven world where everyone acts like they have to have things better than your friends. People act with their phone like it's a trophy not a communication device. I have been using the same phone for just under 4yrs. My friends replace theirs every year and some of them told me to change the phone. But mine is perfectly fine and would change only when it's actually obsolete. It's actually the smarter and cost effective way

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Sourish Saha
Sourish Saha

this is exactly what Apple did with their product and got away with it. Now 90% teens use Iphone despite knowing it. Either they're too stupid or have access to too much money the didn't deserve.

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Sourish Saha
Sourish Saha

We are living in a gig Economy. Capitalism turned into Corporatocracy. People having 10$ coffee, 25$ burger and 100$ steak, 10k vacations, 45k car and 500k house all with credit cards bcz they earn 40k pre tax yearly. Bcz we have been programmed by social media into this kind of lifestyle. We should differentiate the necessity vs luxury and prefer independence over unnecessary luxury

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Amaterasu Susanoo
Amaterasu Susanoo

Is the LED light bublb essentially last forever so the company has to control its life span by planned obsolescence ? Technically, if you just have a good cooling system like e.g. Dyson desklamp, the LED will last very very long.

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camaro man
camaro man

Everything in the world is made to break they spend millions of dollars in testing that their product breaks at a certain point which is usually just after the warranty expires

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TheGreatArloMan
TheGreatArloMan

No idea what this video was about but at 0:10 it dawned on me "Planned Obsolescence"

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Andrew Pierce
Andrew Pierce

Another example of capitalism stalling innovation and progress.

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Satan
Satan

so basically capitalism and the never ending hunger for profit is why we cant have nice things

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XblacksocksX
XblacksocksX

20 years later and I finally know why I shouldn't be flicking the light switch

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Tiffany Holmes
Tiffany Holmes

Wonderful. This all explains why we're all walking on a planet of garbage.

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Baterodalo
Baterodalo

If humans stop caring about $ and power we would have so much more knowledge, take the spanish empire for ex

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M L
M L

Planned obsolescence is not required where improvements are valued. People will always want the next best thing. So purposely gimping your product is purely dishonest.

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gecorp gecorp
gecorp gecorp

anatomy of a headshot

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TheFlambeau
TheFlambeau

Aliens have no comment

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Matthew Horrocks
Matthew Horrocks

I remember chatting with a man who worked for Gillet and he was part of a team working on the blades in the Mach 3 razor so that they would last exactly 3 shaves. Interesting how he explained that it should work and feel just as well for the first three shaves but be irritable and obviously worn for the 3rd.

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Gagan Kumar
Gagan Kumar

I have purchased multiple LED light bulbs from Philips, many of them just died after few months.

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Derek White
Derek White

So basically built in obsolescence keeps consumerism alive Consumerism literally kills human evolution....... It all makes since now

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Ashnikko
Ashnikko

lmfao why does the title remind me of Taylor swift-

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MauM / Mauro Miceli Consigli - Vivamos Mejor
MauM / Mauro Miceli Consigli - Vivamos Mejor

Let them do percieved obselesence. That's on us. But I wish we get rid of technical planned obsolescence for good.

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Rice Cube
Rice Cube

who cares about Kelvin lol talk in Celsius mate

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l1mbo
l1mbo

But you didn't really address the concern of workers losing their jobs? Just ended with an empty declaration that we should only support technological obsolescence. Who is to say that in every sector technological obsolescence will be fast enough to ensure jobs stay, and will continue to be in the future? How would automation affect this?

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Richard Lopez
Richard Lopez

Goose and Ganders agree: You can light one just holding twixt your buttcheeks.

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Djuntas
Djuntas

People just need to be better at using things until they break. Im sure many do, but its still the best we can do...

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adam blaedow
adam blaedow

LEDS such tgey don't last

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Terry Thompson
Terry Thompson

None of this would be a problem if it didn't threaten the survival and independence of people. Scientists if they really wanted to could engineer food production and such that people wouldn't need to do unnecessary labor to exist. They choose not to.. because the financiers and shareholders of stock do not want that. People can still have purpose.. they just need not pursue it doing mindless boring jobs.

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Zaid Lacksalastname
Zaid Lacksalastname

Personally, I think silencing skeptical people is harmful, it doesn't matter how batshit crazy their theories are, stamping them out makes people mord likely to accept actual issues as "just life"

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George Reynolds
George Reynolds

Conspiracies and cartels are often invoked to explain similar behaviour on the part of rival businesses. However, the economic theory of "oligopoly" has an alternative explanation which doesn't require any nefarious activity at all. Three service stations are competing in a small town. The prices are visible to all and one of them decides to increase prices. The others will watch to see if business decreases or stays the same. If they see that the rival is still doing the same business at a higher profit margin, then they will follow suit and increases their prices as well. Likewise, if one lowers prices and seems to be doing better, the others will follow suit. No need for clandestine meetings or skulduggery! It means that the market is not competitive, but rather based on "signalling". How to recognize oligopoly? - look at the advertisements - they will always have claims of better products or services. Monopoly and competitive markets hardly need advertisements at all.

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Llia Olsen
Llia Olsen

Interesting. We are consumers, so the things we buy should by nature be consumable in some fashion. Most likely consumed by age/time. The things that degrade in value the least or go up tend to last a lot longer by design and or by maintenance. Property, Houses, classic cars. Where does art fit in? Pictures, Film, Music... I own multiple copies of my favorite media on different formats. All the companies need do is rerelease them. Though usually following releases add value with extra content. The most expensive art becomes subscription based... we pay to see them in person and don't get to own the actual copy. 😅

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Javi Martinez
Javi Martinez

How is that even legal?

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Harsha Adithya
Harsha Adithya

Thank you so much for making this video You can't imagine what you have just started

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Vijay Kumar
Vijay Kumar

Awesome information

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Teemo
Teemo

I've had to replace at least 3 LED bulbs in my house over the past few years, one of which barely lasted 200 hours. the LED element itself may have an incredibly long lifespan, but the shitty electronics in some of the cheaper bulbs still die on a regular basis.

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Teemo
Teemo

8:54 could you imagine if the government went around taking peoples appliances and forcing them buy new ones when they got too old?

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alcldes
alcldes

1:32 demand would dry out when houses would stop being built. any new building would for sure use those lights, & they’re still breakable. maybe thats j me though

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Rabih Badr
Rabih Badr

It's called Cartel for a reason.

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Thought Stricken
Thought Stricken

Prediction: In 5 years LED bulbs will be half as lasting and at least 25% less efficient.

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GTX 1050Ti Gameplays
GTX 1050Ti Gameplays

Money is the root of all evil.

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Knight Trooper
Knight Trooper

I will rather have my 1 million earned in 5-10 years than receiving it from a lottery...

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FearGFX
FearGFX

Lots of products have a built-in obsolescence. It's all part of the planet destroying, disposable culture.

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Lithium
Lithium

I'm still shocked it was only recently discovered that everyone's PS4 is going to be useless in the next decade. Apparently if the CMOS battery inside dies, the console can no longer play any games. Physical or digital.

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Knight Trooper
Knight Trooper

I am beyond furious even if I never had a PS4 I only had a PS3... but still I'm still mad... PS4 won't be functional to be remembered... I never knew about that...

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FixItInPost
FixItInPost

Durable goods that last decades are not good for business.

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IndeRPG
IndeRPG

5 year average car ownership of a car...*looks outside at my 2001 Corolla" Hmmmm....Nah shes got another 20 years in her!

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Lucas Johnson
Lucas Johnson

This is the subscription model

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Adaptive Blur
Adaptive Blur

Thank for this.

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Dino B.
Dino B.

LED lights are the worse lights ever invented. The best light bulbs for human eyes (and health in general) are incandescent bulbs. - and they forbid them "for you own safety".

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BBOY ASIST
BBOY ASIST

Greed is such a shitty human trait.

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yoshi314
yoshi314

money ruins everything.

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Bemin Benny
Bemin Benny

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IrishRebel92
IrishRebel92

Let's talk about the light bulbs they use for check engine lights... Dang thing has been on for 8 years but I have to buy a new porch light every other month

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Nick's Stuff
Nick's Stuff

Love the title!

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John11121
John11121

Good video... but i feel like out of all the conspiracies you could of talked about, you chose this? Good topic, but there are much bigger conspiracies that need attention, and you have a massive platform. Conspiracies like the MK ULTRA program, the government manipulating the weather, the CIA infiltrating the media and using it to manipulate the public... and so many more, much more nefarious... and true conspiracies.

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X ramaa
X ramaa

bring NOKIA back

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Andreas Löving
Andreas Löving

This video brought another actual conspiracy to mind, by the hands of large car-companies at around the same time period. We had an alternative, or even a few different alternatives to fossil fuels in the 1900's. Inventors for the alternatives were either shut down or killed off by the hands of the largest car companies, again conspiring against a "faulty businessmodel". Fossil fuels are the best alternative for generating cashflow into the large companies. There's a limited amount of it, and people will keep relying on it to live their own lives. Don't you think it's strange that in around 150 years, we've not had a good alternative? Except for electric cars, which has become a real alternative in the last decade. It was invented in the 1900's though, but money wasn't spent on it to bring the technology forward. Not profitable enough, so it was left in the dust. You can read about the invention of different alternatives online, for example ethanol-powered engines. You can also read about those different methods being COMPLETELY buried in the sand, as the business-model would not generate nearly the amount of wealth for the companies. Fossil fuels are still our primary method because it's the ultimate scam. The price only goes up higher with each passing year, and due to there not being other alternatives, the people are forced to accept the constant rise in price. This could make for a fascinating video, as I've only scratched the surface of this enormous conspiracy. Also, quick thought. What if certain companies already have found out how to produce their own fossil fuel? It's obviously not impossible to reproduce, you just need the right chemical make-up and the right method for production. It would probably be the single best moneymaking scam in the last couple centuries. Claim that fossil-fuels are a limited resource, keep raising the price accordingly, and enjoy the enormous rise in profit. All from a claim that this resource is limited.

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silent
silent

This exists in almost every type of product and service. Be smart people, don't get fooled.

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Ask to seduce Miss
Ask to seduce Miss

The light bulb has lasted so long because it's low power, it never gets turned on and off, and active measures are taken to preserve it.

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MrKushinator420
MrKushinator420

10 seconds in and sponsored by a company that leaked thousands of identities. ill pass guy.

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