Email Updates - Get notified each week via email of the best new documentaries      Sign Me Up!
Processing your request, Please wait....

Enjoy this Documentary? Express your views below!!

Pandora’s Box

Science|25 Aug, 2012|14 Comments |
Click Stars Below to Vote!
VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 2.3/5 (12 votes cast)

It began with a weapon created by the scientists who threatened to destroy the world. But then, a group of men who were convinced that control of the new danger began to gain influence in America. They manipulate the terror.
They use the methods of science. Pandora’s Box was a six-part 1992 BBC documentary television series written and produced by Adam Curtis, which examines the consequences of political and technocratic rationalism.
After Curtis The Century of I had a similar theme. The title sequence made extensive use of short film clips designed to dream, and other similar file images.

Episode 1: Plot of the Engineer. The revolutionaries who overthrew the Tsar in 1917 thought science held the key to their new world. In fact, it ended up creating a bewildering world for millions of Soviet citizens. In this research, gay, industrial planner tells how she decided the people wanted platform shoes, only to find they had gone out of fashion at the time the factory for manufacturing was built.

Episode 2: the edge of eternity. Focusing on the men of the Cold War in which Dr. Strangelove is based. These were people who believed the world could be controlled by scientific manipulation of fear – mathematical geniuses employed by the Rand Corporation of America. In the end, their visions were the stuff of science fiction fantasy.

Episode 3: The league of men. Thirty years ago, a group of economists managed to convince British politicians that they had foolproof technical means to make Britain great again. Pandora’s Box tells the saga of how their experiments have led the country deeper into economic decline, and asks – is their game finally up?

Episode 4: Goodbye Mrs. Ant. A modern fable about science and society, focuses on our attitude towards nature. Should we let scientists are the main drivers of social or political change when, for instance, DDT made post-war heroes of American scientists only to be put on trial by other scientists in 1968? What kind of struggle that happens between rival camps before one scientific truth emerges, and when it does emerge, how true is it?

Episode 5: Black Power. A look at how former Ghanaian leader Kwame Nkrumah set Africa ablaze with his vision of a new industrial and scientific era. At the heart of his dream was to be the great Volta dam, generating enough power to transform West Africa in advanced utopia. But as his grand experiment took shape, bringing with it dangerous forces Nkrumah could not control, and slowly watched his metropolis of science sink into corruption and debt.

Episode 6: A is for Atom. An overview of the history of nuclear energy. In the 1950 scientists and politicians thought they could create a different world, with an unlimited source of nuclear energy. But things began to go wrong. Scientists in the U.S. and the Soviet Union were duped into building dozens of potentially dangerous plants. Then came the disaster at Three Mile Island and Chernobyl, which changed views on the safety of this new technology.

Pandora’s Box , 2.3 out of 5 based on 12 ratings
Subscribe via RSSPlease subscribe to our RSS feed to have new doc's delivered straight to your reader.
This Video is Tagged With:

, , ,



  1. thnx for uploading this :)

  2. pepitosigno says:

    Aún se creen alguno y alguna que me han visto. No sé por qué me van a ver o por qué piensan eso. Debe ser que voy mucho con mi familia y les hacen pensar eso ahora a las TONTAS. Aún no se dan cuenta de que son mentirosas las que se tiran a estos mierdas. Se dan con todos para fastidiar, no para saber si era el más malo. Porque os vienen a dar chocolate. La parcelación de tierras les sirve a los feos para que no les quemen la tierra.

  3. joshuaoha says:

    I can’t believe you posted the whole thing! Thank you!

  4. Hello there, just became alert to your blog through Google, and found that it’s truly informative. I’m gonna watch out for brussels. I’ll be grateful if you continue this in future. Lots of people will be benefited from your writing. Cheers!

  5. 2:14 “We wanted so desperately to make our people happy.”The road to hell is paved with good intentions.

  6. Well, neither of us is a theist.

  7. lol its the youtube theists, everything is “irrational”

  8. lol it’s the youtube atheists, everything is “rational”

  9. kano26 says:

    More inclined towards Venus Project, The early Zeitgest movies are a bit inaccurate in some aspects, which affects them negatively towards their good goal.

  10. Nowheremandc says:

    Zeitgeist and Venus Project

  11. calumak says:

    Thanks so much for uploading this.Its the only AC doc i have yet to see. ;-)

  12. inphaseprod says:

    Sure, that makes a lot of sense.

  13. k9thru12 says:

    -2110Lenin was actually assassinated in one of the most successful western spy plots Stalin was introduced as a more “reliable” western ally Best Enemies Money Can Buy interview with Antony Sutton 1/4 Best Enemies Money Can Buy interview with Antony Sutton 1/4 Best Enemies Money Can Buy interview with Antony Sutton 1/4 Best Enemies Money Can Buy interview with Antony Sutton 1/4 Best Enemies Money Can Buy interview with Antony Sutton 1/4 /watch?v=TH1vdUGDnvg

  14. Cleidineia says:

    I think when you leave on a trip that is going to be a round trip you see the trip in it’s total time when you leave. Going to the moon and back is going to be an 7-8 day trip. So it takes long to get there because you see it as it’s total time. When you rerutn, most of the total trip time is already over and that rerutn time represents only a small portion of the total trip time. So that rerutn home seems to go faster because most of the total trip time is already burned up.

Leave a Comment