You were probably wondering where I have been during these past few months…. Well, Truth be told, I’m not proud of it but I’ve lost my house keys, so i’ve been waiting on the doorstep for the door to open by itself… Well… I can’t of course start this episode without thanking you all for your really extraordinary comments for the Hoverboard episode, and generally speaking, you are really awesome. Also, I wanted to apologize for my lack of activity *Antoine Daniel plagiarism* Yeeees it’s been a long time, there were a few factors to do with that, but now I have a bit more time ( however I can’t promise anything It still depends on time and my motivation). Most of all, stay until the end of the video, I have a few announcements to make, and i will be MASSIVE! For this second episode, I’ll talk about an object from everyday life, which seems quite simple, but which hides a lot. I have nominated the key! By the way, I am ashamed of the title of the episode x) So we will indeed be talking about the key. What is a key? A key can have several different shapes, such as the wrench, the keystone, the USB key (awkward laughter), so in short lots of shapes and spin-offs, but here we will look into the key as a small metallic object which slots into a mechanism to unlock it. As you know the object that is in your pocket and causes you a bad day when you leave it at home… This is a basic key that we all know. It is called he lever lock key ; a bow to hold on to, a base which connects it to he stem, though it is not necessary. The main part of the key is the “bit”. It should fit straight into the lock, to then activate and move the deadbolt, which is used to lock doors, gates, chests full of youtube skrilla , etc.. The key is generally quite thick, as the hole in which the endy bit goes into is quite large . These are lever lock keys, though these types of keys tend to give place to another type of key which you also know : THE PIN TUMBLER KEY! also called the yale key. These are the most common keys used our days, just look all the front doors ( generally speaking) . It works with a pin tumbler lock as you may have seen. Basically, The key has grooves (called bittings) , of different lengths These grooves enter the keyhole. They will hold up small metal pins , like pistons, cut in 2 which dig into springs. More the lock is complicated, more there are springs. Depending on the height of the grooves, the pins (red) and the pistons (Blue) will have to adapt to align
perfectly on the line of the cylinder, in order to unlock it and so that the key can
get it to slide. This is the key to success you can not understand … These keys are easily replaceable and can be quickly copied from a template.
you have seen how a key works. But how was the key invented? Well
Jamy, we need to look back to the origin of the wordto understand! Look at keyword. Yeah well i had to make that joke …. So the word … KEY! Notice how it looks like another word, an object that you use
when you are a fakir? Key, nail, (Clé/Clou in french) “Clé” comes from the latin “Clavis” which comes from “Clavus” which means nail. Le oldest way to close a door is to wedge a nail
in a ring. Indeed Men have always wanted to protect themselves and their family, their heritage and everything that revolves around it. First let’s talk about the old utilitarian side of the key First man had the idea to assemble
Wood to create … a door. At the time I can tell you that it was a revolution
(Apple – this is a revolution). Buuuuut even if it gave more privacy
and security, the problem is that their doors could still be opened by anybody…
Knowing he could do better mankind invented the ancestor of
the key, a lock object which could completely close the door … There, subscribe! Bim NOOO. We do not really know where keys come from, who invented them
or where. It is probably between 4000 and 2000 years BC, with the egyptian lock. Yes because the invention of the key is bound to that of the lock.
The lock opens with a key shaped like an L, a rod that would block in
the opening. To remove and unlock it, an iron rod was sufficient, by placing it below the other rod. But what to know is that this key was wood
! At the time, all this mess was very new , but imagine the termites that arrive quietly and devour their key … bloody termites … This was the first key lock speak. It has inspired many
civilizations, coming from China, Iran, India, Africa … And then the Hebrew
arrived to make small improvements. To open, the key was to drive
the key in the bolt holes and then just pull. and it opened. Crazy stuff. And what if we improved that system? With improved rotation, we could then “give a “tour de clé” ” The Romans were also
quite advanced their sides. they had bronze keys which was still much stronger! They were still trying to further improve their lock system to the millimeter, they very innovative for the time! It is necessary to say that padlocks were used to condemn slaves, so they must be good quality if you do not want them
to uprise. But the Romans had a feature which made that harder: their keys were affixed to rings! So they had to put that ring on the lock with a vertical and horizontal movement, a movement to unlatch the bolt, and the other for actuate. And what is interesting
also is that the Romans had each identical copy of this key ring to open the door of their home. There is a symbolic union side behind that. If you want an idea of ​​original alliance, you are served. Let this period
aside to make way for PRINCE ALI. Hum hum, in the next era. In Europe, for about the twelfth century, while Some kings were building large doors with huge keys and walls
,the goldsmiths were working on their side forever improve key. Keyrings come from that era, and are more portable now. But the XV and XVI century are full of more interesting things about it. That time is clearly one that shows that the key did not have only a utiliy value , but was also an object of art and symbolism. The metal keys
were beginning to really become unique with their by their ornamentations and
singular patterns. Ah yes, it could therefore be long to thinkof , and create
sets of single-key locks, which can sometimes take a few years! Besides, the locks were so appreciated that
François 1er created the job of locksmith, ie that
for a key loss, a person was responsible for opening in force
lock and ONLY HIM! If someone broke him he was executed.
Keys are no laughing matter King Henry II, that little pervert, had the idea to create a key that can open every door, such as his mistresses rooms … Well also because the locks were becoming more complicated. The 18th century saw the birth of the steel key in England, putting France a bit behind. But
the 19th century was really a change for the history of our small key. The
locksmiths masters had increasingly difficulty in adapting to emerging industrial change, even if they kept a role necessary, the quality of ornamentation
is still in vogue. However, time passed at breakneck speed, and the key had
let finesse aside in order to keep its security, its primary function.
People preferred to keep their more jewelry etc aside in safe deposit boxes rather than be beautiful. systems Security of this kind have thus emerged.
The electricity in the workshops accelerated yet the security process in the
following years in the 20th century, with secure access controls for example. Today, the key has become an essential tool for all, we have always a keychain with us. Despite the appearance of locking systems
electronics, the key remains reliable and simple, still resistant to the appearance
of all magnetic and technological systems. It therefore tends towards more convenience, aesthetics and safety. Therefore the key notched flat leave increasingly
way to new types of keys, as the radial key for example. This is a key
which has the same operation as the other, Pins that need to be at the right
height, yet these are points dug along the key. One can go
to a very large number of points, thereby increasing its price, its hard to be copied and very safe. Also, this key can unlock the lock
in both ways, which is still practical when you come back from a party … Yes
I saw you. They are on the market and ideal if you have a Picasso you. Since the invention of the key, its form
has improved more and more, certainly, but in the end to keep the same background,
security. Moreover we note that the worship of security is increasingly present
worldwide, including in the US, where residents have generally
,I stress, tend to triple lock their doors. Yes, it is sad to
do not trust this world to that point … Sad! I spoke earlier of the symbolic roman key ring
but there are other symbolic elements to tackle. The key represents
: The knowledge. The key opens doors, and it represents access to knowledge when we pass the door, lets us know something, and “holds the key”
to understanding. Freedom. expression Well, the key is a symbol of emancipation. Of course, the key also represents
security and privacy, when we lock to protect something
or someone. The power. Saint Pierre keys are a very good example, it is he who
has the power to enter into eternal life according to Christian Theology.
Linked to the idea of ​​power, the idea the right to rule, right to own, right
to act, to exist … like Janus shows, the Roman god of beginnings and endings, choices, passing and doors. In Japan, the key is also a symbol of prosperity,
marking the purification. It was not yet quite done talking about the key! (sigh) we
must now speak of language. You
do you ever wonder why there is a F in the french “Cléf” In fact there are several theories about it
: According to some, the plural “clefs” would became “clés” because an “f” and
an ‘s’ interfered in writing to the late eighteenth – early nineteenth century. By
Subsequently, plural “clés” was born the singular “clé”. But in the end f
words are not pronounced as if it -Only relevant in French- French spelling is weird Who on earth sticks an f at the end of a word? Well looks like clés and cléfs are both right though it makes it confusing, no wonder nobody wants to learn french. So its still a mystery why there is a f in cléf Tell me if you have a clue.. Let’s Talk about the Berlin Key It comes from Berlin! When you use it it gets stuck so you have to get it back on the other side TLDR, its a unpractical key that nobody would ever use Still not over? Lets talk about the Tube key You stick it in a hole and turn it . Isnt that what all keys do? Oh so apparently its more secure. People supposedly put this thing on bikes. Looks a bit like the gaul key, though another channel in the description explains how it works. Now theres the magnetic key. Its a newer key which is more of a card. So now you know everything about the key. Recommend objects in the comments He supposedly chooses from them and its more publicity for him. He put some hints on twitter towards what the next one is gonna be. So follow him on that so you know whats next You can even talk to him, he says he loves talking, (which I can say is true) So Narrator has got an uncle called sam who talks about philosophy and ethics on his youtube channel. Plus he has a Human side which I guess is reassuring and he is always in a good mood. and makes good videos. Links in the description. Also thanks to Axel Joubert who commented and gave the idea of the key so you can blame him. Also BaBaFR gave the idea to but he is not worthy of a mention Axel has a channel too. It it apparently different and weird so check it out at you own risk. He talks about life and is an animal lover and probably a vegan. Narrator says thanks to have waiting for the video, so thanks for bearing with me too even though nobody is still reading this I dont know why I bother. Oh god its still not over. So the prophet Muhammad has a saying which says that patience is the key to well being. I mean how generic is that? surely he wasnt the first one to say that. Bloody Muslims stealing our sayings. Good news is next video is in 10 years.

100 Replies to “L’HISTOIRE DE LA CLÉ 🔑”

  1. Eh bien, tu as vraiment fait le tour du sujet, c'est cool ^^
    Par contre… "Mes petites Tasses" ?… Tu n'as pas peur des détournements ? 😉

  2. Super vidéo! On l'a attendus et on a bien fait. je proposes comme nouvelles idées "le sport a l'origine "?

  3. Tu me fais pensé à Epic Teaching of The History ! ce serait merveilleux que tu fasse une vidéo avec lui 😘

  4. Un épisode sur (l'évolution de) la caméra ? Au début je voulais plus proposer un épisode sur la télé en général, mais puisque le contenu des médias n'est pas un objet (lel) j'ai trouvé que la caméra ce serait cool.

  5. J'ai découvert ta chaîne par hasard en cliquant sur ton pseudo dans la section commentaires de la dernière vidéo d'Anthox Colaboy. Vraiment tu fais du bon boulot. Le texte est très bien écris, le rythme est bon, le son est nickel, les animations sont super également.

    +1 abonné 🙂 à dans 10ans.

  6. Non mais faut être un passionné ou un mazot pour faire une tel vidéo déjà qu'au lycée j'ai la flemme de rechercher un mot dans un cite inconnu, pour faire une vidéo comme ça je suis mal barré. En tout cas très beau boulot et "Plagia Antoine Daniel " xD

  7. Super vidéo, merci pour tes explications. Je ne suis pas très fan des blagues rendues lourdes ce qui casse le rythme selon moi, les dire passe mais ajouter les commentaires visuels et graphiques sur ces blagues pour encore plus les souligner (alors qu'elles sont évidentes) est un peu chiant ^^ J'attends la prochaine création avec impatience ! 😉

  8. Une vidéo sur les bateaux, sujet très riche et très long je te l'accorde, je fais donc une seconde proposition, les lunettes!
    Continue les vidéos! Même si tu ne peux pas en poster souvent n'arrête pas pour ça car c'est excellent 😉

  9. Pourquoi proposer de passer la partie linguistique mais pas les autre ?
    En quoi cette partie serait plus barbante ?

  10. Bien ouèj ! Je proposerais pour un prochain épisode le clavier ! (Je parle du clavier en général pas forcement de l'objet électronique) 😉

  11. Je suis le seul à avoir pensé à Marine Le PEn quand il a dit Le Pene ?

    ELL EST PARTOUT AU SECOURS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. Tu pourrais faire sur la fourchette. C'est banal et pourtant son histoire est intéressante 😉 Mais attention: si tu ne donne pas la vraie version de l'histoire de la fourchette je serais déçu :'(

  13. Tu met combien de "raclette" par vidéo ? Répond moi après avoir compter sur la dernière vidéo d amixem 😂😂

  14. Bah c'est carrément bien documenté et réalisé, prendre un objet banal et le mettre en avant comme ça s'est une super idée !
    Perso je savais pas qu'il y avait tout un "marché" de l’esthétique des clés, bien joué !

  15. Bravo, super interessant! Et les jeux de mots vaseux me font rire! Et chapeau si tu gères la prépa en parallèle! (Quel prépa d'ailleurs?)

  16. Ton producteur délégué CEST jean mari le pen attend à JAI compris le. Jeu de mot le PEN

  17. Tu proposes de passer la partie sur le langage, c'est en lisant tes commentaires que tu t'es rendu compte que les gens sur YouTube se foutaient de l'orthographe ?

  18. Ta vidéo est vraiment cool ! Tu devrais parler du papier peint ! ( parle aussi du papier bulles qui fût aussi du papier peint !

  19. À l'époque Viking, soit entre 800 et 1000 AP j.c, il existait également des clés. Les femmes en étaient les gardiennes et les portaient au bout d'une chaine accrochée à leur robe. Ces femmes étaient considérés comme les gardiennes du village lorsque les hommes partaient en raid….voilà voilà!!!

  20. Je propose les téléphones portables portatif mobiles et maniables en toutes agglomérations que ce soit mais aussi en espace rural tel que la campouse 🙂

  21. Ces jeux de mots, mais ces jeux de mots !
    Une super vidéo ^^ J'adore la sonorité du mot "clef" et je préfère 100 fois l'écriture "clef" à "clé", c'est comme remplacer un C par un K, c'est plus badass ! OwO

  22. Est-ce que par hasard, tu étais Youtubeur sur Statistikes ?
    Ta vois y ressemble beaucoup, surtout dans les premières vidéos.

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