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In the summer of 1939, Albert Einstein was on holiday in a small tourist town on the tip of Long Island. His quiet summer, however, was about to be destroyed by a visit from an old friend and colleague from his years in Berlin. The visitor was the physicist Leo Szilard. Einstein had been said they feared the Nazis could soon be in possession of a terrible new weapon and that something must be done. Szilard believed that recent scientific breakthroughs meant it was possible to convert mass into energy. And this could be used to make a bomb. If this happens, it would be a terrible realization of the law of nature Einstein had discovered some 34 years earlier. September 1905 was Einstein’s “miracle year”. While working as a patent clerk in the Swiss capital of Bern Einstein submitted a three-page supplement to the theory of relativity, published earlier this year. In these pages is derived from the most famous equation of all time, e = mc ², energy equals mass times the speed of light squared.The equation showed that mass and energy are related and which could, in theory, becomes the other. But because the speed of light squared is a number so large that means that even a small amount of mass could be a huge amount of energy. Since the discovery of radioactivity in the 19th century, scientists had realized that the atomic nucleus can contain a large amount of energy. Einstein’s revolutionary equation were shown for the first time, how much there was."
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At some point of our lives we considered the life on other planets rather than earth. Every person has a different view and theories about their appearance, behaviour or abilities. But what if that life stood against us? Would we be able to win this extraordinary war? Do we even stand a chance? There's alot of unanswered questions which bother even the greatest planet minds. 'National Geographic – When Aliens Attack' is a documentary created in 2011 with intentions of answering these questions. One thing to remember is that these speculations are just theories created by greatest minds. None of us knows the truth and what's behind outer space life.
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The documentary Cryonics: Death in the Deep Freeze, takes on a controversial theme of Cryonics. The film presents cryonics as an insurance policy for people who die before any significant development of technologies has taken place that extend lives of human beings.The film depicts a woman sufferring from cancer and her preservation. The film is high on emotional content as it delves into the life of a woman terminally ill and her future after her death.Besides, the film brings out the challenging questions related to the ethics of the Cryonics, making it one of the most challenging works of the production house.
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"This is possibly the best documentary review of the events of the fateful day 9/11 2001 when the Trade Towers in New York were completely destroyed by what is believed to be a shocking terrorist attack.You cannot fail to be moved by this documentary and after more than a decade the message is still as poignant as ever and I personally remember the day in my Operations Centre workplace when I witnessed the events of this tragic day on a full video wall in front of all the operators…all calls were treated differently when the realisation of the immense loss was becoming realised.This documentary is one of many made surrounding the events of 9/11 and is an award winning documentary in it’s own right. The capture of the shocking footage of people having to throw themselves to their certain death will live with anyone seeing them forever.Any documentary about such personal and global tragedy will be upsetting and traumatic but they need to be shown so that we and our children do not forget how vulnerable we all are.We may wonder whether this was indeed a terrorist attack or some complex government conspiracy but the stark reality surrounds the tragic deaths of so many on this tragic day…if you wish to explore the search for the perpetrators of this then use this link."
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For 13 years, Timothy Treadwell spent his summers on the peninsula of Alaska, living among the wild bears in the last five years, recording his life there. His winters were spent visiting elementary schools and making appearances on television, in an effort to educate people about the status of the animals he loved. This continued until October 5, 2003, when Treadwell and his girlfriend were attacked and killed by a bear.Using images of Treadwell, as well as interviews with friends, family and local authorities, the director Werner Herzog crafts a fascinating documentary about his favorite themes: obsession, madness, and man’s place in nature. Herzog, who plays an active role in the film, identifies with Treadwell, even though their world views are at opposite ends of the spectrum.Addressing the camera, Treadwell, who had no formal training with animals, he saw himself as a “kind warrior” who was there to protect the bears from poachers, developers and others who would do them harm. But others saw him as a deluded crackpot, suffering at least from a naivete about her role in the lives of bears. (When waxes poetic Treadwell on a pile of fresh bear dung, it is difficult not to agree with them) … (Barnes & Noble)
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Global poverty does not just happen. It started with slavery, military conquest and colonization resulted in the confiscation of land, minerals and forced labor.Today, the problem persists because of the unjust policies of debt, trade and taxes – in other words, the rich exploit the poor, developing countries.Renowned actor and activist Martin Sheen narrates the end of poverty, a feature documentary directed by award winning director, Philippe Diaz, explaining how the current financial crisis is a direct consequence of these policies have unanswered lasted for centuries.Note that 20% of the world’s population uses 80% of its resources and consumes 30% more than the planet can regenerate.At this rate, to maintain our way of life means more and more people are sinking below the poverty line. Shot in the slums of Africa and the barrios of Latin America, The End of Poverty has views of experts: Nobel Prize in Economics, Amartya Sen and Joseph Stiglitz; acclaimed authors Susan George, Eric Toussaint, John Perkins, Chalmers Johnson, university professors William Easterly and Michael Watts, government ministers and vice president of Bolivia, Álvaro García Linera and leaders of social movements in Brazil, Venezuela, Kenya and Tanzania.It is produced by Cinema Libre Studio, in collaboration with the Robert Schalkenbach. Can you really end poverty within our current economic system? Think again.
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An award winning inspirational story of the 2001 September 11 terrorism act guardian angels. It was shot shortly after the incident when the towers fell. A video inspired by a well-known NY firefighter who was brave enough to talk about this incident with his fellow firefighters. Witness the dedication and love coming out of these life savers.
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For most of our history, we rested easy on the idea that there are three dimensions that have existed over time, length, width and height. Ah, the good old days. In the 20th century, Albert Einstein and Hermann Minkowski connected our comfortable three dimensions with a fourth time, the definition of special relativity with a space-time continuum.This type of work, but still does not explain a new theory called problem of quantum gravity, which arose around the same time of Minkowski and Einstein were working on their theories. Quantum mechanics has its own rules that contradict the concepts behind space-time continuum. Scientists try this incompatibility as the time for decades, discuss it, but actually does nothing.Although the increase in the theoretical dimensions began with Descartes in 1600, string theory in 1970 extended this idea as physicists tried to tie everything together in an elegant explanation of the universe. The variations of string theory requires the existence of eleven dimensions and a lot of universes, our universe forming three-dimensional membrane floating some higher dimensional donut. According to this theory, every point in space has six dimensions than wrapped in super-small flame geometries Calibio-Yau varieties.A string theory suggests that the reason why only three spatial dimensions is that all universes with higher dimensions got into a car accident and destroying cosmic each other, leaving our paltry three-dimensional membrane intact. List of all episodes here: through the hole.
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For many years, our place in the universe was the subject of theologians and philosophers, not scientists, but in 1960 a man changed all that.Dr. Frank Drake was one of the references in the new science of radio astronomy, when he did something that was not only revolutionary, but it could have cost him the race. He worked at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Virginia in Greenback, said one of his new radio telescopes 25 meters to a star called Tau Ceti twelve years Earth light, hoping for signs of extraterrestrial intelligence.Although Project Ozma was silent, which led to one of the most influential equations in the history of science – the Drake Equation – which examined the seven key elements necessary for ET intelligence exists, since the formation of stars the probable duration that a particular intelligent civilization can survive. When Frank and his colleagues entered the numbers, the equation suggested that there was a surprising 50,000 civilizations capable of communicating across the galaxy.However, in the 50 years of hearing that followed, not a single beep is heard from ET. This Drake and his followers wrong and no way of life out there able to communicate? Drake’s own calculations suggest that would have to analyze the radio spectrum of ten million stars to make contact. But what the equation and the search for life science has done isfocus on some of the other questions about life in the universe, biogenesis specifically, the development of multicellular life and the development of intelligence itself.The answers to these questions suggest that, far from being a one, life can not only be common in the universe, but once started will inevitably lead to intelligent life.To learn more about the influence of the equation, Campbell Dallas will travel around the world to meet scientists who have dedicated their lives to focus on its different aspects.
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"A Mongolian Couch is a film by George Clipp about a man named Begzsuren who lives with his wife and 4 children in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. His passion to better the life of his family, as well as his community is shown as he installs rain showers, works on bettering his family’s diet and planting trees in the community.He also welcomes guests from all over the world to his home, showing these visitors the Mongolian culture and in exchange, his guests offer thoughts on how they live and work back home.A truly touching story that shows that everyone in the world can connect somehow, no matter how wealthy they are, or where they live."
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An elderly gentleman attempts to retrieve forgotten memories while battling the progression and regression of the cycles of life.–A week prior to his passing, the filmmaker’s grandfather shared withhim his former aspirations of becoming a filmmaker. After numerous hardships, a narrow escape from the Nazis and an immigration to the US, the dream slowly, but surely, faded away. After his passing, the filmmaker uncovered an archival trove of dust-covered 8mm film that had seemingly not been viewed by anyone for at least a generation. Mesmerized, what unfolded before him was something most people, have never witnessed before: the development and utter decline of the human body and mind. Motivated by his grandfather’s unfulfilled dreams of filmmaking, he decided to piece together a film that he had already unwittingly made.
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A major BBC documentary, Russia sees Jonathan Dimbleby attempt to put through the greatest nation on Earth in the course of a journey of 10,000 miles. The final result is 60 episodes full five minutes.And in general, is a very strong release. Billed as TV’s look first of its kind in the nation, takes us through Dimbleby road, rail and foot as he undertakes his adventure, and looking to Russia undoubtedly gets a lot of stereotypes that can be used to view .At best, Russia is a fascinating piece, brilliant television documentary, discovering new things really interesting and a lot of individual stories. Dimbleby may not be the most obvious host, sometimes getting a little too much of himself in the mix rather than focusing on the nation that is there to teach, but generally does a commendable job.However, inevitably, is the nation of Russia itself is the main attraction here. And although you can not help feeling that this documentary only scratches the surface of the nation, is still a comprehensive introduction to the welcome and a country once mysterious.
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In this film by Gary Burns, Canada’s king of surreal comedy, joins journalist Jim Brown on an outing to the suburbs.Venturing into familiar territory and abroad, which in turn the documentary genre inside out, developing a vivid account of life in the Late Suburban Age.Since the end of World War II, a type of urban residential development dominate how cities in North America have grown up in the suburbs. In these artificial neighborhoods, there is a sense of careless expansion in a culture dominated car that is needlessly creating more organic communities of old.Interspersed with comments from various experts on the nature of the suburbs, which follow the lives of several inhabitants of this widespread urban expansion and hear their thoughts. However, in the end, there’s a twist that plays with the falsity of the world they live
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A short documentary profiling the life of former Canadian Kickboxing Champion Ian “The Jackal” Jacklin. His incredible life story including his rise to kickboxing champion is nicely profiled with clips of his old fights. The setting for the interview part of the film is very unique and shows how down to earth he now is.An award winning film by Joe Mitchell of radicalmedia.com
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Medical advances in a fast pace; sometimes we can look forward for a world where death can never beat life.But this leaves us with a food for thought like Can we control and fix the errors that build up in our DNA over the years?Can we find a way to replace the chemistry of life with something more durable?Death is a reality which everyone have to accept, but think about a time when there is no need for us to fear about death. Sounds curious, right? Cutting-edge science embarks on a bold mission to extend human life and may soon bring immortality within our grasp. Dr, Michio Kaku explains the second law of thermodynamics states that everything falls apart eventually, including the human body.This episode wonders into the mystifying definition of eternity as it relates to human lifespan.
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The enemies of reason is a television documentary in two parts, written and presented by evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins. Is it rational that the dead can communicate with the living and give advice on how to live their lives? What about sticking pins into your body to free the flow of Chi energy and cure your illness?O bending spoons with his mind alone? Is that rational? Richard Dawkins does not think so, and feels it is their duty to report to the areas of belief that exist without scientific proof, however, manage to keep the nation under his spell. He will face the world’s leading proponents in their field of expertise, meet the victims who have used them and expose the history of movements – from the charlatans who have milked these practices to the experiments and tests have not produced conclusive results.Dawkins points out that some of the achievements of science and describes it as the release of most of the people of superstition and dogma. Picking up his superstition-reason distinction in the root of all evil? (While recycling some pictures of him), then says reason is facing an “epidemic of superstition” that “impoverishes our culture” and enter gurus who persuade us “to escape reality.” He calls this day in dangerous times. Return to the achievements of science, including the fact that, by extending the life expectancy of people, helping them to take more advantage of living. He turns his attention to astrology, which criticizes the stereotypes without proof.
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From filmmaker George Clipp (A Mongolian Couch) comes a look into the world of politics in the small town of Sagada in the Philippines. Following Richard Yodong, a deputy-mayor hopeful, we see the complex political dealings in the small region, and why weddings during the election times are hugely beneficial.See more of George Clipp’s work at ohmycreativestudio.com
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Is there a God? It’s an eternal question that all ancient civilizations have responded. Not one God, but with hundreds of them. Bring them to life on earth, these civilizations fashion images in wood, paint and stone. And they built spectacular home shrines.So what happened to these gods? Do away with powerful beliefs right? Can God die? Are these sacred sites, once the final resting places long lost religion? And how can people who believe in many gods for so long come to believe in a single sweep and the other to extinction?
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Food processing is a process of raw and unfinished materials becoming edible food. Any kind of processing destroys the original vitamins and nutrients and because of that our health is slowly decreasing. That's why we should bat an eye on the things that we eat and remember that health is one of the most important things in our lives. Without it we wouldn't be able to do anything.
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What if in the distant realms of our galaxy there is a planet similar to ours where life can exist?Using the latest technology and telescopes, scientists are exploring the outer reaches of our solar system, searching for life, and reexamining how they perceive life on other planets. This documentary shows us the sights and sounds of distant worlds, as astrobiologists explain how life could exist on them. With the most modern telescopes, scientists are now seeing more complex ecosystems on our neighbouring planets than they had thought to exist. Vast salt water oceans, active volcanoes and molecules that could start life are present in many of the planets. Could life be starting on other planets? Is a primitive form of life that once was the beginning of humans now possibly active on other planets? We may not be alone.
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Queen Of Sheba: Behind The Myth recreates the dramatic life of one of the most powerful woman of the Biblical era – consort of King Solomon and founder of the great Ethiopian dynasty that would harbor the Ark Of The Covenant, The Queen of Sheba.Archaeologists obtained an exclusive access to the excavation of the Queen of Sheba’s temple in the arid heartland of Yemen and discovered new evidence to help them solve some of the riddles and mysteries surrounding her.The film explores who was she? Did she have a child by King Solomon of Israel? And how did her nation grow so powerful, only to vanish beneath the sands of time?This film reveals much more than we have known till date about the exotic and erotic Queen.
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With a production budget of $ 25 million, the makers of The Blue Planet: Seas of Life created this epic story of life on Earth. Five years in production, over 2,000 days in the field, with 40 cameramen filming in 200 locations, and shot entirely in high definition, Planet Earth is a unique portrait of the third rock from the sun. This stunning television experience captures rare action in impossible locations and presents intimate moments with our planet’s best-loved, wildest creatures and elusive.
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"Grey aliens are the most common creatures imagined while talking about the other life existance. Nobody knows whether they exist or not but the speculations and theories prove that this kind of alien creatures are most likely to occur anywhere in the universe. More than a half reported alien incidents include sightings of the famous Grey aliens. Greys are typically depicted as dark grey-skinned diminutive humanoid beings that possess reduced forms of, or completely lack, external human organs such as noses, ears or sex organs. Abduction by these alien type creatures claim to be extremely traumatic, similar to an abduction by humans or even a sexual assault in the level of trauma and distress."
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Every night across Australia more than 22,000 young people have nowhere to sleep. Filmed over two years, this documentary follows Captain Paul Moulds of the Oasis Youth Network, who has devoted his life to save. With scenes that some viewers may be uncomfortable and often language courses, this movie tries to remain faithful to reality and accurately reflect life in the streets.Darren is the type of child that the world has been canceled. Abandoned by his mother at 8, beaten in intensive care for their host families in 10, a spiral into drug addiction and lived on the street hard for over a decade. But since he appeared at the door of OASIS, a dirty red brick shelter in the youth of the city center of Sydney, who had nowhere to go, one person has been there for him all day: Captain Paul Moulds.The father figure, counselor, savior, and an orphan himself, Paul is nothing short of a legend among children and Darren, who face OASIS at the point of rupture. No story is too terrible, too extreme no circumstances, no child too damaged. During his chaotic 25 years of service that has helped hundreds of treating young people with unspeakable childhood trauma, chronic drug addiction, mental illness, and all the other drama of street life.Paul is present at the birth of newborn babies and not to conduct the funerals of those who self-destruct prematurely. On the wall of his cluttered office in which many children have found temporary salvation hangs the mission statement of life: “I want a rescue shop a yard of hell”
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This means that even lower levels of life, there is a deep consciousness or awareness that all things Bond. Published in 1973, The Secret Life of Plants was written by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird. It is described as “a fascinating account of the physical relationships, emotional and spiritual between plants and man.” Basically, the theme of the book is the idea that plants can be sensitive, despite their lack of a nervous system and brain. This sensitivity is seen mainly through changes in the conductivity of the ground, as through a polygraph, as pioneered by Cleve Backster.The book also contains a summary of Goethe’s theory of the metamorphosis of plants. That said, this book is much more than just plants, but also delves deeply into topics such as aura, psychophysics, orgone, radionics, Kirlian photography, magnetism/ magnetotropism, bioelectrics, dowsing, and the history of science. It was the basis for the 1979 documentary of the same name, especially with a soundtrack recorded by Stevie Wonder.
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The Avasi Hill in Miskolc, Hungary is a unique area that previously was a large wine growing area. The result of this are numerous homes in the city built over ancient wine cellars.The Tincity documentary is a look at the lives of the people who have made these cellars part of their homes.Director & Screenplay: László CsákiDirector of photography: Árpád HorváthProducer: Gábor Sipos, Gábor RajnaEditor: Desimira GeorgijevMusic: Dj MikiSound: Balázs PejkóPost production supervisor: Ibolya NémethTitle animation: András TurcsánProduction manager: Ádám NázerLaboratory works: Hungarian FilmlabSound post production: Studio HPost production: Umbrella, Hipokaloric Group
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In the Hands of the Gods is the true story of five young British freestyle footballers journey across the Americas to Argentina in the hope of meeting their hero, Diego Maradona. This coming-of-age road movie tells the story of a group of young men in pursuit of a lifelong dream. The group of friends is made up of urban teenagers, most of whom have never been abroad before: a devout Christian, a cheeky scouser, a failed footballer, a pampered teenager and an asylum seeker from Somalia. These boys, ranging from 17 to 22 years old, represent the diversity and attitude of British youth today. For them, Diego Maradona epitomizes everything they love about football; he is both the creator of their art and their inspiration during hard times in their lives. Along the way they found that it wasn’t just Diego they were searching for, but something inside themselves With no money for food, accommodation or travel, the freestylers hustle and busk their way from London to Buenos Aires using only their football skills and their charm, often being forced to go hungry and to sleep rough. In the Hands of the Gods is a voyage of adventure and self-discovery that will take these boys far from their homes, on a trip that will change their lives forever.
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Our genes carry the incredible information about our past. It is this genetic information, which affects our present, because the only way forward is to look into the past. This documentary explains the science of genetics and its impact on our future life.A gene is the basic unit of heredity in living organisms. The field of genetics before modern molecular biology, but is now known that all living things depend on DNA to pass on their traits to their offspring.Genetics is a discipline of biology and the science of heredity and variation in living organisms. The fact that living things inherit traits from their parents has been used since prehistoric times to improve crops and animals through selective breeding.However, the modern science of genetics, which seeks to understand the process of inheritance, only began with the work ofGregor Mendel in the mid-nineteenth century. Despite not knowing the physical basis of heredity, Mendel observed that organisms inherit the traits of a discreet, these basic units of inheritance are now called genes.
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Approximately 5 billion years and fewer than 333,000 times the mass of Earth, discovering the charming history of the sun, the heart of our solar system and the driving force of life on Earth. The Sun is by far the brightest object in the sky. It is so bright during the day its light drowns nearly everything else in space. The sun is so powerful that even from Earth, their light can damage eyesight. So never look at the Sun directly or through a telescope.The best time to appreciate the majesty of the sun from Earth during a solar eclipse occurs. Then the Moon passes in front of the Sun and so it disappears temporarily from the sky. Life on Earth depends entirely on the energy it receives from the sun. This energy is produced when hydrogen atoms fuse inside the Sun to form helium. The Sun consumes four million tons of hydrogen every second.Still, it’s so big that our sun has enough fuel to keep shining for another five billion years. The solar energy production is estimated at 386 billion, billion megawatts. So in 15 minutes the sun radiates as much energy as mankind consumes in all forms, for a whole year.
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Another series of the causes of Blue Planet: Seas of Life. This is the definitive series on the creatures most colorful, popular and perfectly adapted to the Earth. The Life of Birds traverses the globe, exploring 42 countries and examining over 300 species with infrared motion, slow and improved computer effects.David Attenborough, one of the world’s leading naturalists, home to an extraordinary exploration of the secret lives of these magnificent creatures. Awesome footage, will be surprised. I have seen this series several times, as it runs on PBS on a semi-regular, and I always seem to see something new. This series is never boring, is an informative look at the bird life in all aspects of life on this planet, and very well filmed and presented … A must see!
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It is perhaps the biggest, most controversial mystery in the cosmos. Is our universe just came into being by chance, or was created by a God who nourishes and sustains all life?The latest science is showing that the four forces that govern our universe are phenomenally well-tuned. So finely that had led many to conclude that someone, or something, had to calibrate, a belief supported by more evidence that everything in our universe may stem from an extraordinarily elegant and beautiful design known as the Lie group E8 .While skeptics argue that these results are inconclusive and no evidence of a divine creator, and leading some physicists are proposing that this God is a foreign player that has created our world as the last game of SIM for your own amusement. It is as convincing as a disconcerting response.This is the first episode. See the list of all the episodes here: Through hole.
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This documentary takes a look at the 50 greatest shocks in the history of the World Cup. Richard Bacon and Peter Crouch take a witty take on these incidents, which include the famous and surprising Zinedine Zidane’s head-butt in the 2006 final and England’s penalty pain, Maradona’s Hand of God, etc.The documentary also includes anecdotes straight from the horse’s mouth, i.e., the people who were involved in those events such as David Seaman, who got lobbed by Ronaldinho; John Barnes, who revealed how Gazza rapped on World in Motion; and Graham Poll, who got unfortunately infamous because of his ‘three yellow cards’ moment.
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Permaculture is a bit of everything. For some it is the architecture, the other, organic farming. Some say it is a philosophy and way of life, others believe it is their only hope.Permaculture is a design system, but the principles of engineering that remains are those of life. Earth evolved from dust and gas in the energy and made a huge hydrogen furnace known as the sun, a life system powerful enough to colonize an entire planet was born.Mollison visited and saw a process model. Here was a system that was stable and fertile, however, became increasingly complex … and this is how it is believed Mollison own environment should be.
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This is the story of a convict who drugdealer Satmar after his release from prison he’s trying to return to the community.Although not sound like the smartest cookies around, and that’s probably why he was chosen to do the things he did drugs.And it’s a little obvious do not want to fully integrate into the community that wants to eat the cake and have it (no pun intended), but anything that sounds like a good boy who got caught up in something that was bigger then he could handle, all I can say is good luck.And one more thing, I had to go, her parents classic excuse for everything that you do something wrong in life, but mostly it’s a good piece.
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A garden can eat, a garden that you can use a garden can be used as drugs, a garden can be used as fuel and to build their homes … a garden full of purpose, and a garden you can enjoy too – you can sit in – and a garden that takes up all his time. Actually you can, for a few hours every week, produce the things you need. Ten years as a bus unit of London Ken Fern led them to seek an alternative way of life. After a period of annual crops grindingly work in a small plot in Sari, it was decided to investigate how news of breeding plants that were not as labor intensive. Inspired by the ideas of Robert Hart and the will to make your dreams a reality, Ken Addy and his wife eventually settled in a field of 28 acres in Cornwall, which is exposed to the full force of the winds blowing from the southwest Atlantic.
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‘The Man who Lost his Body’ is a poignant tale of Ian Waterman, a butcher in Jersey, who lost his capacity to move after contracting a Nervous System disease that destroyed his sensory nerves rendering him unable to have an inner sense of posture or limb position to initiate or control movement or for that matter even have the faintest perception of touch. His disease was so rare that doctors in Jersey were unable to even diagnose it.Despite being paralyzed at the young age of nineteen, Ian was determined that he was going to lead as normal a life as was physically possible for him and though he has not regained the feelings, he has made surprising recovery battling all odds.HORIZON takes us through the extraordinary journey of an ordinary man in this documentary!
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Why are more likely to have a heart attack at eight in the morning or crash your car on the highway at two in the afternoon?You can take your medicine at the right time of day really save your life? And you wonder why teens do not get out of bed in the morning? The answers to these questions lie in the secret world of biological clock.The overall message of The Secret Life of her biological clock is that a large number of existing clocks in our bodies, and that we ignore at our peril. Being human, of course, is that we are ignoring them with something akin to joy naked.The chronobiologists took us through 24 hours of their own personal organizer to show how they have perfected an entire culture devoted entirely to working cocking a snook at our watches huge body.We adhere to the rigidity of working hours, when some of us are pre-programmed some larks and owls. We jumped in the car after dinner, when micro-sleep your body what you want.We work night shifts, when a large number of diseases are more frequent during the night by the effort (and between 2.00-04 am is when most people die). In summary, we have as an unhappy relationship with the normal time, as the White Rabbit.
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This relatively obscure series (2002) is a real find. 7 one-hour episodes tell the story of all sea invertebrates (sponges, anemones, worms, mollusks, arthropods, jellyfish, starfish, etc …) over time and how we relate and in some cases depending of these seemingly humble creatures.Amazing video and computer graphics to clearly explain everything. The scope of the video is all over the world. This is documentary filmmaking at its best.It’s a shame that it is best known for its easy as good as (better than, in my humble opinion) of PBS / BBC documentary on the same topic.This is the evolution of life on earth, to explain the gradual changes in the anatomy (invertebrates to vertebrates, etc.).Interesting information, first class photography and graphics, and some of the strangest-looking creatures I’ve seen!After seeing this, you probably have a renewed and deeper understanding of what represents the animal kingdom.
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Multi-award nominated documentary shot in South Africa. Exposes the daily life of prostitutes that do this for living. It may be hard to live trough the harsh bumps of life but at the end of the day everything is done because of one the most important things - family.
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Hans Rosling is professor of international health, who has made a worldwide success unlikely.His performances in the overall development provokes laughter, joy and reflection. This SVT (Swedish Television) documentary film maker Pär Fjällström Hans Rosling can tell the story about his life and what has shaped his worldview.A doctor of 20 years in Africa, ready to sacrifice their lives to fight an exotic disease. A teacher for the best things in the world to their students.An inspiring teacher the world to change. The compassion and love for humanity, which must come from all actions
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All creatures of nature, the British novelist Graham Swift once wrote, are joined for the express purpose of nature. And this is illustrated with charming detail and sometimes dizzying nature of sex.Birds, bees, and even barnacles and naked mole rats are forced to join forces to reproduce and pass on their genes to the next generation. From the sea horse that fits into a hypnotic underwater ballet to the rodent who copulates until they literally drop dead, the nature of sex spreads around the world to illustrate how an astonishing diversity of life forms find their mates and conceive, raise and protect their young.This Web companion to the four-part series takes a close look at the primal instinct that causes animals to come together to pass on their genes to the next generation. We also examined how time can be key in the mating process, and the variety of contracts for sex not only create a new life, but the diversity in both animals and humans.
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In this series of four programs, pioneer Michio Kaku String theory continues an extraordinary exploration of the world in search of time.Discover the meaning of the passage of time and clocks that are our bodies. He reveals the forces of time that make and destroy us in a lifetime.Travel to some of the most spectacular places on Earth geological clues about the extraordinary depth of time on a planetary level. Finally, takes us on a cosmic journey in search of the first (and final) time.During the day. Time seems to lead every time. It’s the most inescapable force we feel. But do not experience time from within our minds and bodies, or from outside?Lifetime. The most powerful time in our lives is the way it limits us. Our knowledge of death is so ingrained in our lives and spirituality that, if immortality is possible, we lose the sense that makes us human?Earthtime. We have a unique knowledge of time, realize that extends deep into the past and continue in the future. How does this affect our sense of who we are?Cosmictime. We have always structured our lives based on an unchanging past and a future predictable and orderly. But the atomic and cosmic discoveries have changed all that. What time is it? And it’s going to end?
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The Universe is still a place of mystery and wonder. As a cosmologist, I am thrilled that we can make some progress in combating what they seem very basic questions.These programs focus on: Was there a beginning? Are we alone? What is the future of the cosmos?What is the nature of reality? With each advance, new questions more clearly. The key question is what does not yet know.Are we alone?Sir Martin explores the possibility of life on planets outside our own. It tells you unsettling scientific debate that has startling consequences for us Earthlings. Do you believe in aliens? If not, a quick look through these pages may change your mind!Why are we here?Everything you thought you knew about the universe is wrong. It is made of atoms, right? Evil atoms represent only a paltry 15% of everything that exists. The mass of the universe consists of something so mysterious and elusive that it has been called “”dark matter”".Are We Real?There is a fundamental chasm in our understanding of ourselves, the universe, and everything. To solve this, Sir Martin takes us on a mind-boggling journey through multiple universes to post-biological life. On the way we learn of the disturbing possibility that we could be the product of someone else’s experiment.
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In his new book The Moral Landscape, neurologist and philosopher Sam Harris challenges the widespread view that science has nothing to say about moral issues and that religion is the greatest authority on the meaning, values and a good life.For Sam, the goal of moral physiognomy is to start a conversation about moral truth can be understood in terms of science.Richard Dawkins is known for its persistence in the demand for a rational and scientific approach to solving most fundamental questions of life wherever and whenever it can be applied. Therefore, science can help us determine how we should live in the 21st century?These two summits to discuss rational thought at the Sheldonian Theatre at Oxford University, as the science of morality could be formulated and applied to human welfare.
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The Buddha. The history of Buddhism is the story of a man’s spiritual journey of enlightenment and the teachings and life forms that evolved from it. Siddhartha Gautama – Buddha. Finding the path to Enlightenment, Siddhartha was led by the pain of suffering and rebirth towards the path of enlightenment and became known as the Buddha or “Awakened One ‘.A life of luxury. Siddhartha Gautama was born around 580 BC in the village of Lumbini in Nepal. Born into a royal family, and his privileged life insulated him from the sufferings of life, suffering, such as illness, old age and death. The discovery of the cruel reality. One day, after growing up, marrying and having a child, Siddhartha left the royal enclosure where he lived. When he came, saw, each for the first time, an old man, a sick man and a corpse. This greatly annoyed him, and learned that the disease, age and death are the inevitable fate of human beings – a fate that no one could avoid.Becoming a holy man. Siddhartha had also seen a monk, and decided it was a sign that he should leave his real life, protected and live as a homeless holy man. Siddhartha Travels showed much suffering in the world. He sought a way to escape the inevitability of death, old age and pain first by studying the religion. This does not provide an answer.
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Human v2.0 is a new type of human, which scientists claim to be creating very soon. And it is foretold that this would be a consequence of computer intelligence equaling the immense power of the human brain by 2029.An invention of this kind is surely expected to revolutionize humanity, hypothetically making it possible for us to download our minds on computers resulting in the indefinite extension of our lives.On the other hand it can also turn out to be horrifyingly disastrous if destructive ultra intelligent machines arise. But whatever the consequences be, all scientists agree to the fact that sooner or later, but inevitably such a situation would arise.
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"You've probably heard about the existence of water on Mars. But what does this actually mean? Is there a slight chance of unknown life on mars that lived million or even a billion years ago? This kind of possibility has fuelled man's quest to visit the Red Planet. Man's attempts to reach Mars have pushed technological boundaries past their limit and raised the prospect of establishing human colonies beyond our own planet.Horizon has explored how scientists believe the only way to truly understand Mars is to send people there. If and when we do, it will be the most challenging trip humanity has ever undertaken."