What this reminded me of is the theory of telluric energy or ley lines - thought not lines but spirals. Someone mentioned above something about spiralling energies/plasma events in the atmosphere possibly causing weakness and changing the course of the rivers (if I understood that correctly).
I am not well versed (ok not at all!) in what is supposed to create a river's course so I wasn't sure at first if the video was showing anything but superimposed patterns onto maps of rivers with extremely winding paths. I had an inkling of some possibility of something different only after the second video when it was mentioned the rivers weren't taking the easiest path - my brain said 'oh right! That's how a river is usually made!' remembering some long lost geography class.
Are you planning to create a video to elaborate this concept in terms that laypeople can see the difference?
A synopsis in print would've been nice, I agree - especially one that pointed out (probably you can't believe people don't know this!) 'rivers normally follow the easiest course - here's a couple among more that don't and why you know this. I'd be very interested in watching that - (these were interesting - just would love to see the other). Thanks!