Science

The word science is derived from Latin “scientia” meaning knowledge. There are two distinctive definitions of science. The older of the two states that science is a body of knowledge itself, of the type that can be rationally explained and reliably applied.

The contemporary definition is that it is a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe. A practitioner of science is known as a scientist.

From the classical antiquity and medieval science providing foundations for scientific method to the present day, science has been linked to a broad specter of branches until it became an all encompassing term with the definition given above.

The ever growing evolution of science in general has produced various branches or fields of expertise. The two major categories are natural and social science. The category of formal science is reserved for mathematics because it has certain elements of both natural and social categories but does not fit in either.

The documentaries and video materials complied in this category are concerned with all scientific matters, from the philosophy of science to the fringe and junk science.

Is it possible that the days of this planet are all but spent? Is the evacuation of the entire planet the only salvation of mankind? The answers to these questions are given in the documentary about the technological advance and the future plans that will enable planet scale evacuation.

The ever lingering question of the possibility of the eternal life is expected to be answered in recent future. To learn how humanity is about to defeat death, we will investigate the plans to grow replacement parts of the body in the laboratory, microscopic robots that could wipe out deadly diseases, and the possibility that aging itself may be reversed by taking a page from one of history’s darkest legends. A number of scientists, doctors, geneticists and nanotech experts-many with impeccable academic credentials insist that such a thing is possible. Find out what scientific methods and breakthroughs are behind this incredible claim. Will the gift of eternal life be finally given to mankind?

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Evolutions – The Walking Whale
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Using computer graphics and fossil evidence, Evolutions shows nature’s survival of the fittest in action.This three-part series illuminates unique evolutionary journeys and stran...

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Evolution Primer
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Is not evolution just a theory? Know the difference between scientific and everyday use of key vocabulary words.Who was Charles Darwin? Learn how Darwin’s curiosity, his passion ...

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Einstein and E=mc^2
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Based on best-seller by David Bodanis, and shot him in the place, this is the story of the most famous formula in history, E = mc ^ 2, and five great scientists who brought it to l...

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Earth 2100: The Final Century of Civilization?
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ABC Propaganda interesting. Planet at risk: experts say population growth, resource depletion, climate change could bring disaster in the next century. It is an idea that most of u...

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Dubai Palm Islands
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The Belgian company Jan De Nul and the Dutch company Van Oord dredged sand from the bottom of the Persian Gulf and constructed artificial peninsulas, which are known as The Palm Is...

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Dimensions: A Walk Through Mathematics
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A film for all audiences! Nine chapters, two hours of math, which will lead gradually to the fourth dimension. Mathematical vertigo guaranteed!Two dimensions – Hipparchus shows h...

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Cosmic Voyage
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Nominated for an Oscar, this 36-minute IMAX production offers a state of the art computer-generated journey through the universe, and tries to identify the role of human beings who...

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Building Gods
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The issue of an awaiting greater-than-human artificial intelligence and the possible ramifications is being addressed in this film by Ken Gumbs. Different individuals with differen...

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Break the Science Barrier
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Science is useful, but that’s not all what it is. Science can be exciting, thrilling, life-enhancing.Originally broadcast on Britain’s Channel 4 in 1996, breaking the barrier o...

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BrainSex: Why We Fall in Love?
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BrainSex – Why we fall in love, is an interesting documentary about the science and the natural results of why humans fall in love.For centuries, love has been celebrated – and...

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Aristotle’s Lagoon
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In the fourth century BC the Greek philosopher Aristotle went to Lesbos, an island in the Aegean full, then as now, with wildlife.His fascination with what he found there, and his ...

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Adventures In Human Evolution
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This historical series on the evolution of man answers fundamental questions. Who were our ancestors? When was the first walk of the earth? Why does man survive when other species ...

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Origins
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The universe has always existed? How did a place that could harbor life? NOVA presents some startling new answers in Origins, a new series of 4 parts. New clues from the frontiers ...

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Objectified
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Objectified is the second part of a three-film “design trilogy” by Gary Hustwit and had its world premiere at the SxSW Film Festival in March 2009.It is a documentary film enco...

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Nerds 2.0.1: A Brief History of the Internet
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Mark Stephens under the pseudonym Robert X. Cringely, wrote and hosted Nerds 2.0.1: A Brief History of the Internet (1998), a three-hour documentary film, as a sequel to Triumph of...

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Neil deGrasse Tyson: Called by the Universe (Conversation)
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Neil deGrasse Tyson is the Frederick P. Rose Address Hayden Planetarium in New York.His research interests include the structure of the Milky Way, star formation, exploding stars a...

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Natural Mystery
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It seems that there is no real division between mind and body. Both work together as part of the human totality and changes in one influence the other. Nothing is all in the mind, ...

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Nano: The Next Dimension
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The research community and industry face a dreadful challenge from nanosciences and nanotechnologies. Overcoming these challenges requires a world-class infrastructure, new fundame...

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Mysterious World: Search for Ancient Technology
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Born April 14, 1935, in Zofingen, Switzerland, Erich von Daniken was educated at the College St-Michel in Fribourg, where already as a student he occupied his time with the study o...

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Most of the Universe is Missing
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A fantastic horizon (one of my favorites) is seen in research on dark matter (with a touch of comedy to it!) … We know that 4% of the universe is made. But what about the rest? T...

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Moon For Sale
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After 40 years, man is preparing to return to the moon. But this time not only to land astronauts on the Moon – they plan to stay.From his office in Nevada, Dennis Hope has creat...

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Monster of The Milky Way
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Astronomers are closing in on the evidence that has sought for years that one of the most destructive objects in the universe – a supermassive black hole – is lurking in the ce...

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Modern Marvels: Surveillance Technology
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This documentary takes us through the mind blowing history and future of Surveillance Technology and explores how it can be the most significant and terrifying equipment of all tim...

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Modern Marvels: Carbon
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Carbon atoms are not only the building blocks of all life forms including human beings, but also serve to be the keystone of modern technology.Properties and specific characteristi...

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Mars, Dead or Alive
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The great PBS science series Nova scores another hit with Mars: Dead or Alive, capturing all the excitement surrounding the Mars rover landings of early 2004.Originally broadcast a...

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Magnetic Storm
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Like the plot of a science fiction B movie, something strange is happening deep in the constant rotation of liquid metallic core generates Earth’s magnetic force invisible field ...

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Lost Lightning: The Missing Secrets of Nikola Tesla
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Alpha waves in the human brain are between 6 and 8 Hz. The frequency of the wave resonates human cavity between 6 and 8 Hz.All biological systems operate in the same frequency rang...

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Light Darkness and Colours
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Utilizing Goethe’s Theory of Colours (Zur Farbenlehre) as as starting point, Light Darkness and Colours undertakes an entrancing journey through the universe of colours. In 1704,...

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LFTR in 5 Minutes – THORIUM REMIX 2011 – An energy solution
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Thorium is readily available & can be turned into energy without generating transuranic wastes. Thorium’s capacity as nuclear fuel was discovered during WW II, but ignored becaus...

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Into The Universe With Stephen Hawking
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Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking is a 2010 science narrative TV smaller than expected arrangement composed by British physicist Stephen Hawking. The arrangement was made for...

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In the Shadow of the Moon
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There have only been twelve men to walk upon the surface of another world. In this documentary each and every one of these men are interviewed about their very unique experiences o...

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In the Realm of the Hackers
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The Realm of the Hackers tells the story of two teenagers, who called themselves Electron and Phoenix, and were members of The Realm, an elite computer-hacking group. This group ha...

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In It’s Image
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Steve Thaler makes a revolutionary discovery about human cognition in the mid 1970s as he observed neural networks developing a consciousness of their own by experimenting with col...

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Hyperland
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Hyperland is a film on hypertext & related technologies starring Douglas Adams as a computer user and Tom Baker (who Adams had worked on Doctor Who with), as a software agent. The ...

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Human Instinct
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Each of us has an array of drives that keep us alive. We are often barely aware of them, but act every day to protect us from danger and keeps us fit and healthy.In the first progr...

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Hubble: 15 Years of Discovery
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ESA’s Anniversary Movie DVD Hubble – 15 years of discovery covers all aspects of the Hubble Space Telescope project – a journey through the history, the first years of life w...

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How to Live to 101
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The quest to live longer has been one of humanities oldest dreams, but at the same time, scientists have been seeking, some isolated communities have stumbled upon the answer.In th...

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How Science Changed Our World
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Professor Robert Winston presents his ten scientific breakthroughs of the last 50 years.Tracing these momentous discoveries and powerful, Bionic Woman meets a real life, one of the...

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Home – We all have a date with the Planet
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This very well produced documentary explores the origins of life and then looks at where we are today and what we now need to do to avoid transforming our planet into a place where...

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Holes In Heaven? HAARP and Advances in Tesla Technology
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‘Holes in Heaven’ is produced by Paula Randol-Smith and Emmy-winning director Wendy Robbins, and narrated by Martin Sheen. The history, implications and dangers of HAARP (High ...

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High Anxieties: The Mathematics of Chaos
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The documentary examines the modern advances in mathematics and how they affect our understanding of physics, economics, environment and human psychology.The film shows how advance...

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Heavy Watergate: The War Against Cold Fusion
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On March 23, 1989, respected chemists, Dr. Stanley Pons and Martin Fleishman made an announcement that shook the world of science.Desktop experiments with heavy water, a renewable ...

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Health: Body Builders
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Bodies can be built in a lab? This research is not something that could happen in the distant future. It is being used today to growfresh organs, opening new avenues for studying t...

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Hackers: Outlaws and Angels
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This documentary unravels the undercurrents of the daily battles between the Internet’s outlaws and the hackers who oppose them by warding off system attacks, training IT profess...

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Growing Up in the Universe
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Growing Up in the Universe was a series of lectures given by Richard Dawkins in the framework of the Conference of the Royal Institution Christmas, in which he talked about the evo...

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Google: Behind the Screen
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What if all the information in the world is classified and can be searched easily? What if all the news from around the world, all books, texts, pictures and videos that exist in a...

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Google Me
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Jim Killeen, a filmmaker ‘Googled’ his name in a moment of idle net surfing. But he did not stop there; he made the effort of following up on his findings by contacting his nam...

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God, The Universe and Everything Else
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This is a movie very, very old / conversation. It was in 1988. Anyway I thought I’d have him here.In a studio environment, Stephen Hawking, Arthur C. Clarke and Carl Sagan (who j...

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Get Lamp: The Text Adventure Documentary
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The early years of microcomputers were characterized by restricted sound, uncomplicated graphics and tiny amounts of computing power; quite unlike the loud, fast, life-like action ...

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Genius of Pythagoras
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This documentary describes Pythagoras. It was produced by Cromwell Productions in 1996.Pythagoras (530 BC fl.) Must have been one of the greatest men of the world, but he wrote not...

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