Brazil's Geography Problem

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  • mike02601
    mike02601 20 hours ago

    it has money, but corruption too

  • David Belcher
    David Belcher Day ago

    Such a beautiful and epic country. I hate that it has such problems when it could be a top tier nation. Definitely has hella potential

  • Marco Purovesi
    Marco Purovesi Day ago

    0:45 But it’s not entirely in the southern hemisphere...

  • Zé Gotinha
    Zé Gotinha Day ago

    I'm from Brazil and the vídeos about Brazil's geography are usually trash. But this was a good point of view. Congratz

  • Gakki Rez
    Gakki Rez Day ago

    Brazilians blame its politicians to be corrupt, but forget that politicians are part of population as well. ie, the population are in general corrupt as well. But wait a minute, major 1st world countries are made by corrupt politicians as well, so the question is why some countries managed to find its way to the top while others will never get anywhere. Simple, it's like this "by design".

  • Rodolfo Antonici
    Rodolfo Antonici Day ago +2

    As a Brazilian here, we have money, our GDP is about 1.8 trillion dollars on 2016. We collected 618 billions of dollars in taxes in 2017, we're the 9th on the list, only after US, China and European countries.
    So please investigate further and find the truth: our problem is bad administration and corruption.

  • Nayef Soufie
    Nayef Soufie Day ago

    Brazilian Here. Sry but u are wrong. Biggest problem of Brazil is Socialism and we are getting rid of it right now.

  • Oscar Mendez
    Oscar Mendez Day ago

    It's a good thing that most of Brazil's population live near the coast. Brazil contains most of the worlds last remaining rain forest and, if developed, it would surely disappear forever. In fact, it would be better if no one lived in Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, or for that matter, all of South America. Brazil's population is enormously too large

  • luxon4
    luxon4 Day ago

    im brazilian and this video completely misses the point. sure it has geography problems but those are crumbs compared to its political problems and corruption. it has a MASSIVE corruption problem and misallocation of funds. they took potential health care funding on world cup and olympic stadiums to this day remain empty. most of its political leaders are imprisoned for graft. lets not pretend its cause of a tiny mountain

  • Steven Mullavey
    Steven Mullavey Day ago

    Wendover productions, São Paulo is spelled with a U in Paulo and NOT an O aka "Paolo" as in Italian (clearly, Brazil speaks portuguese, also, São Paulo is the 2nd largest city in the americas, ahead of New Yurk, which I think warrants knowing how to spell it).
    No big, just needed to point it out going forward.

  • Kp Kp
    Kp Kp 2 days ago

    1:15 mark is Miami/Miami Beach, Brazil?

  • Alexandru Vasile
    Alexandru Vasile 2 days ago

    You can make a video about"Romania's Geography Problem".Because I m really curious!

  • Maria Emília Altavila

    Please, go visit Brazil first! So many wrong things...
    1) Coast cities: yes, there are many but Sao Paulo isn’t one, and by the way, do you really know the size of it?!
    2) Sao Paulo size: try to google big Sao Paulo and ABCD cities (every single letter is an initial of the connected city name)
    3) Agriculture only at South: Maaann this is soooooooo wrong 😂... Let me help you:
    Center and south: major agriculture and cattle farming (most for exportation)
    Northwest: There is the forest but still in some parts there are: grain farming, timber industry and mining industry
    Northeast: agriculture and cattle too (fewer for exportation), also has sort of a desert area (with the help of God those people will finally got a solution)

  • Rafael Calheiros Vasconcelos

    Still waiting for earthquakes, deadly blizzards, and hurricanes here in Brasil...
    Like in United States.. lol

  • chupacabra 1
    chupacabra 1 3 days ago

    a lot of wrong info ... with some correct info .......... ... according to the video the solution is opening the country to agriculture ........ lolo .... the thing is ... we are already an agruicultural giant .... the worlds top food producer along with the US and China

  • Arthur Donna
    Arthur Donna 3 days ago

    Brazil has today 65% of his vegetation preserved.
    Brazil is pioneer in biofuel, last year’s we reach 80% (more than 40 million) of automobile by ethanol.
    Brazil uses only clean energy. The main source of electricity hydroelectric power plant.
    Brazil ISNOT "lungs of the world", the oceans are. There is much rain in the Amazon forest due to the globe geographic location; the forest IS NOT responsible by the rain.

  • Bruno Barbosa
    Bruno Barbosa 3 days ago

    The most inaccurate video I saw in my life Lol most everything in this video is wrong

  • Mars Bellator
    Mars Bellator 3 days ago

    Brazil's topography isn't that great. Compare topographic maps between Brazil and the United States. The areas you want are the low elevation areas that are usually colored green on the map. The U.S. has way more farmland, it's not even close.

  • Brian Sprague
    Brian Sprague 3 days ago

    Fuck the Chris Collins ad they gave me before the video. I hope he is raped in prison.

  • Rodrígo Pêreira
    Rodrígo Pêreira 3 days ago

    Quanta babaquice

  • Tom Ewall
    Tom Ewall 3 days ago

    According to Wikipedia, the extended metropolitan area of São Paulo has over 33 million people. Just how large does a city have to be to be a megapolis?

  • Ruy Joy
    Ruy Joy 4 days ago

    Brazil is dead!!!

  • FER M
    FER M 4 days ago

    I'm Brazilian, it's fun how all foreigners show from Brazil is GRASS and BUSH. 😄 There some buildings here too you know?

  • Shawn Elliott
    Shawn Elliott 4 days ago

    It sounds like Brazil needs to take a lesson from Japan -- if the mountains are in the way, cut them down.

  • thegroovee
    thegroovee 5 days ago

    Wowww, so much disinformation. Its all wrong

  • Illuminati's_Hacker
    Illuminati's_Hacker 5 days ago

    Can you please do a geography problems for Australia?

  • Kayke Eduardo
    Kayke Eduardo 5 days ago

    We are an incredible country! Here we have a fertile land, Wonderful people, We love our flag and our country!
    We are rich in minerals and land, Our climate is very pleasant, We are proud of our army and our history!
    BRAZIL WE ARE CHAMPIONS!

  • Kayke Eduardo
    Kayke Eduardo 5 days ago

    And São Paulo, and they are not são paolo.

  • Kayke Eduardo
    Kayke Eduardo 5 days ago

    How can you say that our soil is not fertile? We are the barn of the world!

  • John Triplett
    John Triplett 6 days ago

    Come to brasil

  • Matt Marriott
    Matt Marriott 7 days ago

    Why video mentions that Cerrado farms are owned by corporations but doesn't point out those are foreign ones:
    Video diverts from Brazil«s real problem: staged politics, all actors, transferring Brazil's assets to illuminazi central safes.

  • Cat Mcleod
    Cat Mcleod 7 days ago

    WOW DUDE!!!! BREATH !! LOL..TOO MUCH COFFEE..???

  • Cláudio R.
    Cláudio R. 7 days ago

    Lol, I'm surprised this is from 2018. We don't have food shortages. Malnutrition has been eradicated, except for small pockets in the Northeast. The video is kinda skewed. I liked the rest of the video though.

  • Anatolia Eagle
    Anatolia Eagle 7 days ago

    I love Brazil grettings from Turkey

  • Subi_fan
    Subi_fan 8 days ago

    Gee, what would the millenial nu males do without Brazil's soy...

  • Lil Cheesy
    Lil Cheesy 8 days ago +1

    Bolsonaro2018

  • Uziel Almeida Oliveira

    All data about soil fertility in this video are wrong, hahahaha. So terrible video.

  • Rabbacake
    Rabbacake 8 days ago

    Do Mexico or Bangladesh next

  • vhcas
    vhcas 8 days ago

    What about Australia and New Zealand about the wealthiest nations on Earth at least per capita?

  • broadcastmadnesss
    broadcastmadnesss 9 days ago

    São PAULO, not PAOLO, for Christ sake....

  • Pedro Ledoux
    Pedro Ledoux 9 days ago

    Another great geographical problem for Brazil are the borders. The borders are huge, it is very hard to control.

  • Daniel Petruccelli Israel

    5:13 cof cof Ponte Rio Negro cof cof

  • Marco Barroso
    Marco Barroso 10 days ago

    Inaccurate.

  • 00jay 2
    00jay 2 10 days ago +3

    Now Brazil has a corruption problem

  • Mark Sanchez
    Mark Sanchez 11 days ago +2

    Brazil 🇧🇷 drinking and dreaming

  • Fred Montier
    Fred Montier 11 days ago

    Este vídeo (e os pontos abordados) prova que a maioria dos brasileiros ( segundo a amostragem comentando aqui) possui, de fato, um sério problema de interpretação de conceitos , deficiência em organizar informações em sua coerência e consistência lógica, entender comparações, proporções e dominar termos medianos do léxico universal. E olha que foi um vídeo didaticamente bem organizado e com um fluxo lento de exposição das ideias principais.
    Este é maior problema do Brasil: educação. E não a quantidade de cal virgem/hidratada que se joga no cerrado para corrigir acidez do solo (que é totalmente verdade) ou a infra. de distribuição de bens e serviços (que é verdade novamente).

  • Tobias Neufeldt
    Tobias Neufeldt 11 days ago

    this is retarded

  • Ch Bharath
    Ch Bharath 11 days ago

    It's São Paulo, not São Paolo.

  • Rick R
    Rick R 12 days ago

    Ok some of the information is correct and some is kinda vague. For instance, the military gov was focused on infrastructure and spent almost everything we had in order to make us thrive. To have a clue we still use what the militarty has built, 30 years later and little to none developed. After the so called dictatorship, we went 30 years under clear socialist government that still focuses on corruption and social justice programs, all of this in a broken country. They simply killed everything the military did, now it's all rotten, obsolete and completly useless to match our demand. Basicaly we stopped in time and got stuck in debt and worst of all with no resources to increase the businesses over here. That's all that's happened. We now have a chance to breathe again since the left is dying fast here, but it's a damn long way to go. Feels like everything has to restart and honestly that happy laughing brazilian stereotypical spirit is just gone. The majority of us just feel hopeless just waiting to become the next Venezuela or some shit. Thank God our version of Trump is leading by far and on october 7th we hopefully will have a decent president.

  • Owen Bunny
    Owen Bunny 12 days ago

    i looked up the city manaus, looks like they have an underground thunnel that connect the city to the south east part of the country.

  • Mauro Oliveira
    Mauro Oliveira 12 days ago

    Despite some inaccuracies about the cerrado (most of our production comes from there nowadays and is the new agricultural frontier) and the import of food (not quite), the crux of the matter is this. High cost to produce and cultivate the land, create an infrastructure that is a logistical challenge and occupy areas that are closed today. There is no easy remedy in our case.
    And we can add to this a gigantic bureaucracy, abusive taxes and the absurd inefficiency of the state in its areas of responsibility
    Ignore the Brazilians grumbling below. Brazilians are excessively sensitive to criticism and the opinion of other countries about us due to a large inferiority complex that affects us

  • Sam Alizade
    Sam Alizade 13 days ago

    8:14 , there's a country called CAR?

  • Andres Guzman
    Andres Guzman 13 days ago

    Brazil sucks

  • Pietro Novais
    Pietro Novais 13 days ago

    Sem noção alguma no que diz, skksksksk
    Do lado de casa tem um córrego, tudo de semente que joga la cresce . skskks
    Agora dizer que as terras do Brasil não são boas, é Fod@..

  • Louis Vanden Broucke
    Louis Vanden Broucke 14 days ago

    cherry picking, what about tokyo, tokyo is a city surounded by mountainous terain, it is also one of the richest cities on earth, though it is no longer so much richer than other chinese cities together, so they lost their edge

  • Paul McDonagh
    Paul McDonagh 14 days ago

    Just reading a handful of comments I think you need to rescript this video and do it again. You wont though because its making you money who cares if the information is wrong

  • Gabriel Bolner
    Gabriel Bolner 14 days ago +1

    Brazil's problem is not geographical but political and specially demographic- the country's population is highly concentrated in urban areas due to agenda-21-like public policy, that results in a cheap labour that doesn't produce as much as it should as the large concentrated urban areas are a logistical nightmare and also under-invested by both private and public initiative - the economy of the country has an overinflated services sector which makes for an underproduction of wealth and a huge waste of manpower for industry. The large urban areas also have a bottleneck effect on both imports and exports which is highly inneficient.
    The solution to Brasil is still a more aggressive settlement of the central hinterland, though, with investment in procuctive activity specially on heavy industry which is at the present time a joke.

  • Debbie STehr
    Debbie STehr 14 days ago

    Sao Paulo is the 11th biggest city in the world in 2018, now surpassing Mexico City. It's just huge. I'm going to stop watching your videos because you make too many factual errors. I read the comments on these videos and realize half of what you say is wrong. So it's not worth watching. You need a better research staff or a huge disclaimer that this is entertainment with many "alternative facts." don't pass this off as real information. Maybe cite your sources at the end of the videos? Back to real documentaries for me.

  • Mariano Fernandez
    Mariano Fernandez 15 days ago

    Argentinas geography problem

  • Stanislav
    Stanislav 15 days ago

    I reckon economic growth will also be the downfall of humanity one day. I mean, it's a finite environment, growing and growing will inevitably take its toll one day. The whole idea of constantly expanding is flawed in its nature I think.

  • andrew chappell
    andrew chappell 15 days ago +1

    To be honest I would not consider India a world power. They have a lot of people but that’s pretty much it

  • Fabricio Zuccherato
    Fabricio Zuccherato 15 days ago +1

    The comments made by my fellow brazilians are always shaming ourselves. I apologize for them. They even tried to teach germans about the holocaust... please, forgive them as they don't know what they say. That's a good example of how much education is necessary in one's country.

  • Gabriel Bueno
    Gabriel Bueno 15 days ago

    Na verdade o Brasil tem terras muito férteis, o problema do Brasil é a política corrupta existente aqui , nossos impostos chegam aos políticos mas não voltam com totalidade para onde deveria ir, ou seja, corrupção em cima de nós. Além disso os políticos ao invés de investir na economia do país estão quebrando as empresas, assim como quase aconteceu com a Petrobras, agora nossos combustíveis são muito caros.

  • Elias da Silva Benedito

    You can notice: this channel speaks only well, its country of origin, because the others have a problem, geographical ... how much nonsense and disinformation, my friend. (Podem reparar: esse canal só fala bem do seu país de origem, porque os outros todos tem um ''problema'' geográfico...quanta bobagem e desinformação, amigo.)

  • Triathlon Gaming
    Triathlon Gaming 16 days ago

    He keeps saying Brazil's entirely in the Southern hemisphere when it isn't

  • Lucas Dell
    Lucas Dell 16 days ago

    Wendover: Few countries have a higher level of concentration on the coast as Brazil
    Australia: Hold my beer

  • chukwuemeka alfred
    chukwuemeka alfred 16 days ago

    Do 4 Nigeria

  • Alex Caverly
    Alex Caverly 17 days ago

    Do Irelands one! (Hint: A Hard brexit (ROI and NI Border))

  • begeng kw
    begeng kw 17 days ago +1

    Please explain about Indonesia

  • Chris Freely
    Chris Freely 18 days ago

    @1:20 That's Miami Beach and Miami n the background.
    Source: I live in Miami and know my city well.

  • virgo wolf lupina
    virgo wolf lupina 18 days ago

    non for progress
    non nono non non non
    all for....simplicity and organics!! live simply and organic!!
    that brazil..may be saved..from ..the damages and destruction of progress
    that is for androids
    NON TO PROGRESS
    ALL FOR NATURE!!
    in other hands....videos like those ones are .good for brazil..because keep..these foreigners" way from it.
    as for "farming" my grandpa was a farmer..did he needed "corporation"?
    absolutely..NOT..so..your findings aren't accurate.about that country

  • Plague Doctor
    Plague Doctor 18 days ago

    C O M E T O B R A Z I L

  • virgo wolf lupina
    virgo wolf lupina 18 days ago

    tiete? river?
    hahahahhaahhahaha
    my goodness.what an undestanding..i m aghast.at your knowledge of geography.even i who does not have a higher education..have this kind of understanding
    i never saw that .."canal" tiete as a river..
    river in brazil
    amazon
    sao francisco
    capibaribe..
    beberibe..and.several others! real rivers and not canals
    go on search about sao francisco river that runs about within 4 states in brazil

  • virgo wolf lupina
    virgo wolf lupina 18 days ago

    CHINA? INDIA? WORLD "SUPER POWER?
    HAHAHAHA DO NOT MAKE ME LAUGH!!
    SUPER POWER=NON POOR PEOPLE LIVING IN SQUALID CONDITION
    IN RAIL WAYS AND..NEAR SEWAGES WASHING DISH IN SEWAGE
    BRAZIL..does not have ENOUGH food,because they importttttttttt
    if they were not to import their food.they have more than enough to feed..even outsiders
    fruits
    veggies
    eggs
    diary .they should stay way from :"junk" we need not commercialized junks!!
    roots..veggies..fruits..enough! more than enough ! and milk..there are lots of milk..!organic ones..

  • virgo wolf lupina
    virgo wolf lupina 18 days ago

    WELTHY COUNTRIES SHOWED IN THE GRAPH?
    MY GOODNESS.I WANT TO LAUGH..SOME OF THESE COUNTRIES CITED ABOVE AS "WEALTH PER CAPITA" HAS A LARGE HIDDEN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL PROBLEM.SPECIALLY THE ELDERLY WHOM LIVES IN SQUALID CONDITIONS!!
    YOUR BETTER REVIEW YOUR STATISTIC ON THE WORLD'S "RICHEST COUNTRIES.

  • Fadhil Adi Nugraha
    Fadhil Adi Nugraha 18 days ago +2

    Please make Indonesia's Geographic Problem since it is projected to be a powerhouse economy in 2050 beside China and Indonesia :)) thanks!

  • Sempre Que Você Ler Os Comentários Eu Estarei Lá

    Cara a geografia do Brasil é a melhor do mundo tem cerrado floresta tropical caatinga parais muto belas lugares ainda inexploraves na Amazônia infinidades de cachoeira sol pa queimar a pele frio no sul vei tem país melhor não maioria dos países ou faz calor pa krl ou vc vai no verão e pega 20 graus kkk problema do Brasil e brasilia estado de são Paulo onde eu moro tem muito desenvolvimento só para ser sugado pa Brasília esses políticos gasta o dinheiro em Dubai ou guarda em bancos na suíça fodaa

  • the space_
    the space_ 19 days ago

    😡😡😡 malditos gringos

  • Antonius vd Klis
    Antonius vd Klis 19 days ago

    As long Brazil is not stopping the destroying from the rain forests and his animals its a shit country for me.

  • Bryan Lim
    Bryan Lim 19 days ago +1

    "Only France, Germany, the Netherlands and the US export more agricultural products per year."
    France + Germany + the Netherlands = maybe not half the size of Brazil

  • AthenaSaints
    AthenaSaints 19 days ago

    All the problem cause by natures will never be as severe as problems cause by human.

  • Oliver Zhang
    Oliver Zhang 19 days ago

    Ur comment is so long

  • Não Entendi
    Não Entendi 20 days ago

    Como fazer seu vídeo bombar:
    1-Escreva BRAZIL no titulo
    2-aguarde

  • Joe Denver
    Joe Denver 20 days ago

    YOU'RE FULL OF SHIT, THAT IS ALL WRONG.

  • Deven Hull
    Deven Hull 20 days ago

    Brazil isn't entirely in the southern hemisphere...

  • Thalles Santana
    Thalles Santana 21 day ago

    I'm Brazilian and I must say: guys don't trust on this video, a lot of inaccuracies.

  • Jake Mccallum
    Jake Mccallum 21 day ago

    1:12 that’s basically Australia as well
    -an Aussie

  • Deathsyth22000
    Deathsyth22000 22 days ago

    who came here from death addict? FUCK brazil and the crazy ass cartels..........NEVER NEVER NEEEEEEEEVER, would I EVER, fucking go to brazil

  • Leues_Fünif '
    Leues_Fünif ' 22 days ago

    Vai brasilian

  • adelia pereira
    adelia pereira 22 days ago

    t

  • Valentina Mattos Frusciante

    3:50 Lies...

  • Valentina Mattos Frusciante

    Actually, São Paulo and region are a megalopolis

  • Francesco Ciociola
    Francesco Ciociola 23 days ago

    LoL! You realy don't know nothing about Brasil bro

  • Moshe Shimon
    Moshe Shimon 24 days ago

    Congratulations, Brazil is just a back area of the US and Europe. It was placed in the unconscious of the Brazilian that the correct thing is to preserve everything except human beings. This thinking is financed by companies competing with Brazil's economic potential. These companies use NGOs, foundations and universities to implant the thought that economic development means going back in time to live in the caves.

  • Leandro Mahalem de Lima

    Should put the Indians on the map. Amazonia and Cerrado were never empty places, or at least since some 12.000 years.

  • MjklSimpson
    MjklSimpson 24 days ago

    são paolo? tem algo errado aí

  • Daniel Santos
    Daniel Santos 24 days ago

    I've learned a lot about my own country with this amazing videos, thanks a lot for this content

  • Humming Bird
    Humming Bird 24 days ago

    California grows 1/2 the world's plant food. We are so blessed!

  • kranthi askani
    kranthi askani 24 days ago +1

    Do one on Australia