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Eat, Fast and Live Longer: BBC Horizon 2012
Eat, Fast and Live Longer: BBC Horizon 2012

29,430 Views 2 Comments 58:50

Eat, Fast and Live Longer explores the recently accepted concept that fasting is key to longevity in the human being. Here science takes the lead to discover what can be done to change the way we live. No pills, no medicines simply fasting.This revolutionary insight looks at a 101 year old Indian man who runs marathons; here we see him running in the London marathon and is happy that the secret lies in what and how much he eats. Mr Singh is remarkable and has never had surgery and never takes medicine…his diet is a simple diet of fresh food and eats normally only a childs type portion.A scientific theory has been existent for as long as Mr Singh has been alive … it is this theory that Michael Moseley examines in this documentary.It isn’t just what we eat but how and when we eat it…following from the Great Depression 1929 – 1033 remarkably, life expectancy rose by 6 years. What is the link between calorie restriction and longevity? Professor Luigi Fontana has conducted studies of many people who have restricted their diets.Meet the CRONIs (Calorie Restrictor on Optimal Nutrition) who eat bucket loads of fruit…and in many instances they eat just the skins and not the main part of the fruit!! 1900 cals per day v 2300 cals per day and this is the basis of a challenge between one of the CRONIs and Michael when they head to a fitness centre to be assessed. Body fat 11% in the CRONI V 27.1% in Michael. The results are very damning and quite conclusive from these tests. The thought is that these results can be reversed by a year on the new diet.We try now to see if the benefits of this diet can be replicated in a way which avoids the necessity to embark on this extreme diet. In the lab there are genetically engineered mice which demonstrate a fantastic difference in life expectancy. A look at a certain population within Ecuador demonstrates that none of them have died of cancer or diabetes but they are small, dwarf-like persons. IGF1 is a growth hormone which has a considerable affect upon certain people…but is there a link?Protein is a link…which pushes us to drive forward instead of slowing us down. How do we lower IGF1…fasting… 3 days and 4 nights of fasting can show very impressive results….water, black tea and one 50 cal cuppa soup… Sitting in a Korean restaurant having eaten nothing all day is not a fantastic thought.Hunger does not build and build but comes in waves which pass…glucose stores are depleted and you then start burning fat deposits and the liver produces less IGF1; or that is the theory on test here….has it been worthwhile? The IGF_1 dropped by a half and reduces changes of cancer. This is an incredible discovery.Along with a change in diet, fasting will need to be once every couple of months to maintain this dramatic change…but is there anything better which is less difficult to achieve? On to another study in Chicago where the research seems easier….alternate day restrictions. Fast day..feed day…fast day…feed day. Animal and human trials seem to indicate this is a much more palatable mechanism to achieve results.Eat whatever you want on the feed day…then eat controlled food on the fast day.Finally, Baltimore and the affects of ageing on the brain. Another mouse takes centre stage and these mice put on the feed/fast diet against standard diet and the results are incredible. Sporadic bouts of hunger actually trigger new neurons to grow…possibly in terms of evolutionary terms it assists survival…fasting does seem to make you sharper!!Simple conclusion: Alternate day fasting is definitely better than continual calorie restriction.Micheal is going to embark upon a 5 days normal and 2 days fasting diet….then test and describe the results after 5 weeks on the diet.His Initial Results:Lost over a stone (14 lbs)Body fat down from 27% to 20%IGF-1 dropped by 50%Diabetic glucose back to normalCholesterol great improvement.Find out more about the 5:2 Fasting Diet.Or try this book!

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50:21
Pornography: The Secret History of Civilisation
Pornography: The Secret History of Civilisation

8,517 Views 0 Comments 50:21

The six animated episodes playful take into account what is in the minds of people more easily supported, and has been an important, though often maligned world culture since man could think of these things. This documentary is an elegant and orderly chronological account of erotic images to categorize the episodes from the earliest history of the last (from the late 20) the prospects for the Internet and virtual technology.A number of interview subjects to students of porn stars talk about everything from the graphic images found in the ruins of Pompeii and unique erotic type negotiated between European groups of class, which is for individuals to make and distribute their own games for adults through the installation of video cameras bedroom.Before he was demonized and censored when the printing press brought porn to the masses, seems erotic drawings were a lot of fun glad that was not at all stigmatized. (One of the funniest sequences is an interview with a renowned art historian and erotic septuagenarian who is interviewed about his specialty, while reclining naked under the gaze of a woman drawing her portrait.)Once the Church was involved, given that representations of men, women and animal doing what came naturally as obscene, a relatively modern classification – moved in the shadows of sociological study. Episodes of photography, including still and moving images, and modern technology impact did the creation of a pornography industry are interesting, but not quite enlightening for most people with even a superficial knowledge of the evolution the eroticism of the French postal adult video.

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49:39
Is Alcohol Worse Than Ecstasy?
Is Alcohol Worse Than Ecstasy?

7,932 Views 0 Comments 49:39

‘Is Alcohol Worse Than Ecstasy?’ takes a scientific look towards the current ranking system of drugs.In a surprising outcome, alcohol, solvents and tobacco (all unclassified drugs) are rated more dangerous than ecstasy, 4-MTA and LSD (all class A drugs). If the current ABC system is retained, alcohol would be rated a class A drug and tobacco class B.The drug policies have remained unchanged over the last 40 years; this film highlights that it is now high time for a change in the current ABC System, which is arbitrary and unscientific in the context of the new research findings.The scientists involved, including members of the government’s top advisory committee on drug classification, have produced a thorough assessment of the social and individual harm caused by 20 of the UK’s most dangerous drugs and assert that this should form the basis of future ranking.

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01:10:10
The Iceman Confessions Of A Mafia Hitman
The Iceman Confessions Of A Mafia Hitman

7,592 Views 1 Comments 01:10:10

The Iceman is an appropriate title for this pair of HBO specials, because the words of former Mafia enforcer Richard Kuklinski will chill you to the bone.Speaking in the monotonous drone of a man who has numbed himself with remorseless brutality, Kuklinski was first interviewed in 1991, five years after receiving consecutive life sentences for multiple murders.Specializing in the tidy use of cyanide, Kuklinski lived a double life, like the fictional hitmen in The Sopranos and Road to Perdition, passing as a "businessman" and devoted husband and father. He describes numerous killings in graphic detail, expressing nearly tearful regret only when lamenting the deception of his family.A vicious product of child abuse, Kuklinski was visited again by HBO in 2001, but this shameless redundancy was an obvious attempt to capitalize on the Sopranos phenomenon. Fascinating as a firsthand record of Mafia killing, these otherwise unsavory interviews serve little purpose beyond morbid exploitation.

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58:56
10 Things You Need to Know About Losing Weight
10 Things You Need to Know About Losing Weight

7,089 Views 0 Comments 58:56

This documentary is concerned with obesity, the health issues that accompany it and several methods of weight loss. The purpose of this documentary is to give you an insight into this widespread issue and, hopefully, alter the way you perceive this condition and its treatment. The narrator of this film, Michael Mosley, is looking into the latest scientific discoveries in the field of weight loss. In the course of this film, Mosley will present ten different and simple ways to deal with the issue of obesity. During the filming, he will undergo a medical examination and discover, despite of his normal appearance, that he has internal body fat encircling his liver and kidneys. In order to resolve this issue, Mosley will apply a number of, scientifically proven, tips with an astonishing result.By the time the filming of this documentary was finished, Mosley managed to resolve the internal body fat issue. All of the methods, presented in this film, are scientifically tested and proven with an amazing rate of success. You will finally be able to comprehend the science behind losing weight and with these methods you will be able to do it with ease. If you liked this documentary and want to watch more health related films, click here.

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55:26
Allen Iverson: The Answer Documentary
Allen Iverson: The Answer Documentary

5,960 Views 0 Comments 55:26

"The full length documentary on one of the most prolific NBA basketball players, Allen Iverson.As one of the smallest (6 feet tall) NBA players, and overcoming a number of obstacles while growing up, his success story is even more interesting. This film looks at the rough road he took to becoming a NBA star player."

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01:27:05
The Illuminati
The Illuminati

5,939 Views 1 Comments 01:27:05

The Illuminati, plural of ‘illuminatus’ or ‘illuminated’, is a name given to a few groups, both genuine and invented. Generally, the name alludes to the Bavarian Illuminati, an Enlightenment-period mystery society established on May 1, 1776. The general public's objectives were to contradict superstition, obscurantism, religious impact over open life and misuses of state force. "The request of the day," they wrote in their general statutes, "is to put an end to the maneuvers of the purveyors of bad form, to control them without overwhelming them." The Illuminati, alongside Freemasonry and other mystery social orders, were banned through Edict, by the Bavarian ruler, Charles Theodore, with the support of the Roman Catholic Church, in 1784, 1785, 1787 and 1790. In the quite a while taking after, the gathering was denounced by moderate and religious commentators who asserted that they proceeded with underground and were in charge of the French Revolution. In resulting utilization, "Illuminati" alludes to different associations which guarantee or are indicated to have connections to the first Bavarian Illuminati or comparative mystery social orders, however these connections are unverified.They are frequently asserted to plan to control world undertakings, by engineering occasions and planting operators in government and organizations, so as to increase political power and impact and to secure a New World Order. Fundamental to the absolute most generally known and intricate paranoid ideas, the Illuminati have been delineated as sneaking in the shadows and pulling the strings and levers of force in many books, motion pictures, network shows, funnies, feature diversions and music feature.If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to watch more related videos, click here.

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10:01
Sexual Attraction – Group Sex
Sexual Attraction – Group Sex

5,837 Views 1 Comments 10:01

This is a candid short documentary exploring the alternative to monogamy and the introduction of group sex into peoples life. There is the opinion that this may well be an alternative tot the growing trend to divorce.Is group sex healthy or is it some form of perversion? Indulgence in this form of open marriage is on the increase but is not easy in a culture which requires us to hide this behind closed doors. There may even be evidence that male testoterone has an impact upon the way men approach their sexual habits.Deepak Chopra M D spends some time discussing sexual attraction and what may make us tick…this is a short documentary but a very interesting one none the less.

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34:06
The Rape of Nanking: Nanjing Massacre I
The Rape of Nanking: Nanjing Massacre I

5,710 Views 0 Comments 34:06

The slaughter of Nanking, commonly known as the Rape of Nanking, was an infamous genocidal war crime committed by the Japanese army in Nanjing, then capital of the Republic of China, after it fell to Imperial Japanese Army on December 13, 1937.The duration of the slaughter is not clearly defined, although the violence lasted well into the next six weeks, until early February 1938.During the occupation of Nanjing, the Japanese army committed numerous atrocities, including rape, looting, arson and the execution of prisoners of war and civilians.Although the executions began under the pretext of eliminating Chinese soldiers disguised as civilians, it is stated that a large number of innocent men were intentionally identified as enemy combatants and executed-or simply killed outright-as the slaughter gathered momentum.A large number of women and children were also killed, as rape and murder became more widespread.Watch the second part of this documentary here.

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05:50:47
Adolf Hitler – The Greatest Story Never Told
Adolf Hitler – The Greatest Story Never Told

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This is a potentially controversial docu-drama about Adolf Hitler, showing his life growing up, and his reign of Germany through WW2.Most historical documentaries show Hitler as the mad leader behind the slaughter of countless people, and while that part is true, the story behind his life, through defeat in the trenches WW1, his desire to be an artist, and his upbringing is rarely told.During World War 1, which is a turning point in the life of Adolf Hitler, he reportedly loved the trench warfare, even volunteering for hazardous duty, and was actually awarded the Iron Cross 2nd Class for Bravery.The film also goes into Hitler’s book, Mein Kampf, one of the worlds best selling books, which gives not only his political and social views, but also talks about boxing, Syphilis and other seemingly random topics.Using historical footage and re-created scenes, this documentary may not change your opinions of the most talked about German Leaders in history, but should at least give you more insight into his life and why he did what he did.This film is broken into parts, starting with the trailer.Be sure to see the filmmaker’s website at: http://thegreateststorynevertold.tv/

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08:25
Food Matters
Food Matters

5,242 Views 0 Comments 08:25

‘Food Matters’ is a controversial documentary made by the Producer-Directors James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch, which focuses on how the modern society is getting sicker by the day as a consequence of treating already malnourished bodies with nutritionally-depleted foods, chemical additives and our pharmaceutical drugs.The film highlights and challenges our existing thought-processes that we are made to imbibe through our modern medical and health care establishments.It unravels the trillion dollar worldwide sickness industry and points out that several chronic and degenerative illnesses can be cured by proper nutrition, the right kind of foods, supplements and detoxification; which are more effective, more economical, less harmful and less invasive than conventional medical treatments.The documentary provides scientifically verifiable facts by leading experts in nutrition and natural healing and clearly state that the cure for the most severe illnesses can be found in nature and expensive medical attention can be avoided.

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01:16:13
The Sacred Science
The Sacred Science

4,333 Views 2 Comments 01:16:13

From producer Nick Polizzi, this incredible documentary follows 8 people with life-threatening disease into the Amazon for a month-long ‘healing’ from local tribes people who claim to know of special herbs and treatments that science hasn’t yet discovered. As the last hope for most of these people, they leave their lives behind and hope that this sacred healing works. Out of the 8 people on this journey, 5 come back with real results, 2 come back disappointed and 1 doesn’t come back.Follow this epic story, and help support the film makers by purchasing the documentary here: http://www.thesacredscience.com

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46:56
Civilization: Is the West History?
Civilization: Is the West History?

3,966 Views 0 Comments 46:56

In ‘Civilization: Is the West History?’, filmmaker Niall Ferguson asks how the Western civilization, from exhibiting an unpromising outlook in the 15th century, came to dominate the rest of the world; and if the West is about to be overtaken by the rest. This film comprises of a series of six parts and each of the six parts elucidates the main strengths of the West that made it so successful:Competition: The first part in the series begins in 1420 when England on the eve of the Wars of the Roses seemed quite primitive by contrast to Ming China that had a credible claim to be the most advanced civilization in the world.Science: The domination of West by East was an alarmingly plausible scenario in 1683, when the Ottoman army laid siege to Vienna, the capital of Europe’s most powerful empire; but Islam was defeated by the help of tact and Science.Property: This part looks into the reasons as to why North America succeeded while South America for so many centuries lagged behind. It shows how the two had much in common but they differed profoundly on individual property rights, the rule of law and representative government, which eventually made all the difference.Medicine: The fourth part shows how the French Empire consciously set out to civilize West Africa by improving public health as well as building a modern infrastructure. Yet in other European empires – notably Germany’s in southwest Africa – colonial rule led to genocide.Consumerism: This part illustrates how the world today is becoming more homogenous and, with increasingly few exceptions, big-name brands dominate main streets, high streets and shopping malls all over the globe.Work: The sixth element that enabled the West to dominate the rest was the work ethic, which extolled the spirit of Capitalism by working hard, saving, and accumulating capital.

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01:25:35
The Soviet Story
The Soviet Story

3,924 Views 1 Comments 01:25:35

The Soviet Story is a 2008 documentary film about Soviet Communism and Soviet-German collaboration before 1941 written and directed by Edvīns Šnore and sponsored by the UEN Group in the European Parliament.

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01:46:22
An Inconvenient Truth
An Inconvenient Truth

2,997 Views 0 Comments 01:46:22

This 2006 Documentary made by former vice-president and presidential nominee Al Gore, focuses on his life as well as a presentation on the dangers of global warming. Although some consider it to be an essential part of the global warming awareness movement some have rejected it as partisan and biased. See for yourself is it the true state of our environment or is it Al Gore trying to grab attention.

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Baby Faced Bodybuilders
Baby Faced Bodybuilders

2,968 Views 0 Comments 30:27

This gripping and engaging documentary follows the lives of the teenagers who are surpisingly obsessed about their bodies and go to extreme lengths to build up themselves to such an extent that it becomes a clinical problem.Three young bodybuilders are tracked and insightful information is gleaned to find out how they got to the point where they wanted to be grossly big.Danny is preparing for his first big competition by transforming his body in a matter of weeks. He is psychologically obsessed with being big, i.e., he is ‘bigorexic’; meanwhile Chapelle, a fifteen year old, plans to meet her idol Avril, a female bodybuilding legend and is thus wants to grow weirdly big as well.The documentary poignantly uncovers the difficulties the friends and families of such obsessive bodybuilders manage in their day to day lives, while being painfully aware of how the obsession slowly and steadily starts ruling lives.

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58:41
The Genius of Photography
The Genius of Photography

2,961 Views 0 Comments 58:41

‘The Genius of Photography’ is a documentary film by BBC Four, captured in six parts: Fixing the Shadows, Documents for Artists, Right Place, Right Time?, Paper Movies, We Are Family and Snap Judgements.It traces the history behind 170 glorious years of this art, which has shown more than what meets the eye, intriguing us by the strange feelings that a scene captured on different mediums can make us feel delighted, moved, unhappy or angry!The film features some of the most well known photographs ever taken and illustrates what made them so very special.The series also explores every aspect of photography from daguerreotype to digital, portraits to photo- journalism and art to advertising, and includes interviews and encounters with some of the world’s greatest living photographers including William Eggleston, Nan Goldin, William Klein, Martin Parr, Sally Mann, Robert Adams, Juergen Teller, Andreas Gursky, Jeff Wall and many others.

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All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace
All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace

2,794 Views 0 Comments 59:33

1. Love and Power. This is the story of the dream that was built in the 1990s that computers can create a new kind of world stability. That would create a new global capitalist class free of any risk and without the boom and bust of the past. It would also abolish the political power and create a new type of democracy through the Internet, where millions of people would be connected as nodes in cybernetic systems – without hierarchy.2. The use and abuse of the concepts of vegetation. This is the story of how our modern scientific idea of nature, the ecosystem of self-regulation is actually a fantasy of the machine. It has little to do with the complexity of nature. It is based on cybernetic ideas that were projected in the wild in the 1950s by scientists ambitious. A static machine theory of order that sees humans, and everything else on the planet, as components – teeth – in a system.3. The monkey in the machine and the machine in the monkey. This episode examines why humans find this vision for seductive. The film argues that because all the political dreams of changing the world for the better seem to have failed – so have taken refuge in the machine fantasies that say we have no control over our actions because our failure is excused.

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01:33:04
The English Surgeon
The English Surgeon

2,719 Views 0 Comments 01:33:04

‘The English Surgeon’ is an award winning documentary film made by BBC based on the work of Henry Thomas Marsh, born in 1950, a leading British neurosurgeon, and a pioneer of neurosurgical progress in Ukraine.‘The English Surgeon’ is an award winning documentary film made by BBC based on the work of Henry Thomas Marsh, born in 1950, a leading British neurosurgeon, and a pioneer of neurosurgical progress in Ukraine.Marsh is a truly gifted brain surgeon, currently serving as a senior consultant neurosurgeon at the Atkinson Morley Wing at St George’s Hospital, one of the country’s largest specialist brain surgery units. He specialises in operating on the brain under local anesthesia and was also the subject of a major BBC documentary ‘Your Life in Their Hands’ in 2004, which won the Royal Television Society Gold Medal. He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2010 Birthday Honours.This film delves deep into his personal life to find answers about his humanity, achievements, failures and the complex relationship he shares with his patients to surrender their lives in his hands. To help others in every possible was, Henry has been going out to Kyiv for over 15 years to help improve upon the medieval brain surgery he witnessed there during his first visit in 1992 and thus is deeply revered by his patients, colleagues and people desperate for some miracle to save their loved ones.

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58:50
Eat, Fast and Live Longer: BBC Horizon 2012
Eat, Fast and Live Longer: BBC Horizon 2012

29,430 Views 2 Comments 58:50

Eat, Fast and Live Longer explores the recently accepted concept that fasting is key to longevity in the human being. Here science takes the lead to discover what can be done to change the way we live. No pills, no medicines simply fasting.This revolutionary insight looks at a 101 year old Indian man who runs marathons; here we see him running in the London marathon and is happy that the secret lies in what and how much he eats. Mr Singh is remarkable and has never had surgery and never takes medicine…his diet is a simple diet of fresh food and eats normally only a childs type portion.A scientific theory has been existent for as long as Mr Singh has been alive … it is this theory that Michael Moseley examines in this documentary.It isn’t just what we eat but how and when we eat it…following from the Great Depression 1929 – 1033 remarkably, life expectancy rose by 6 years. What is the link between calorie restriction and longevity? Professor Luigi Fontana has conducted studies of many people who have restricted their diets.Meet the CRONIs (Calorie Restrictor on Optimal Nutrition) who eat bucket loads of fruit…and in many instances they eat just the skins and not the main part of the fruit!! 1900 cals per day v 2300 cals per day and this is the basis of a challenge between one of the CRONIs and Michael when they head to a fitness centre to be assessed. Body fat 11% in the CRONI V 27.1% in Michael. The results are very damning and quite conclusive from these tests. The thought is that these results can be reversed by a year on the new diet.We try now to see if the benefits of this diet can be replicated in a way which avoids the necessity to embark on this extreme diet. In the lab there are genetically engineered mice which demonstrate a fantastic difference in life expectancy. A look at a certain population within Ecuador demonstrates that none of them have died of cancer or diabetes but they are small, dwarf-like persons. IGF1 is a growth hormone which has a considerable affect upon certain people…but is there a link?Protein is a link…which pushes us to drive forward instead of slowing us down. How do we lower IGF1…fasting… 3 days and 4 nights of fasting can show very impressive results….water, black tea and one 50 cal cuppa soup… Sitting in a Korean restaurant having eaten nothing all day is not a fantastic thought.Hunger does not build and build but comes in waves which pass…glucose stores are depleted and you then start burning fat deposits and the liver produces less IGF1; or that is the theory on test here….has it been worthwhile? The IGF_1 dropped by a half and reduces changes of cancer. This is an incredible discovery.Along with a change in diet, fasting will need to be once every couple of months to maintain this dramatic change…but is there anything better which is less difficult to achieve? On to another study in Chicago where the research seems easier….alternate day restrictions. Fast day..feed day…fast day…feed day. Animal and human trials seem to indicate this is a much more palatable mechanism to achieve results.Eat whatever you want on the feed day…then eat controlled food on the fast day.Finally, Baltimore and the affects of ageing on the brain. Another mouse takes centre stage and these mice put on the feed/fast diet against standard diet and the results are incredible. Sporadic bouts of hunger actually trigger new neurons to grow…possibly in terms of evolutionary terms it assists survival…fasting does seem to make you sharper!!Simple conclusion: Alternate day fasting is definitely better than continual calorie restriction.Micheal is going to embark upon a 5 days normal and 2 days fasting diet….then test and describe the results after 5 weeks on the diet.His Initial Results:Lost over a stone (14 lbs)Body fat down from 27% to 20%IGF-1 dropped by 50%Diabetic glucose back to normalCholesterol great improvement.Find out more about the 5:2 Fasting Diet.Or try this book!

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50:21
Pornography: The Secret History of Civilisation
Pornography: The Secret History of Civilisation

8,517 Views 0 Comments 50:21

The six animated episodes playful take into account what is in the minds of people more easily supported, and has been an important, though often maligned world culture since man could think of these things. This documentary is an elegant and orderly chronological account of erotic images to categorize the episodes from the earliest history of the last (from the late 20) the prospects for the Internet and virtual technology.A number of interview subjects to students of porn stars talk about everything from the graphic images found in the ruins of Pompeii and unique erotic type negotiated between European groups of class, which is for individuals to make and distribute their own games for adults through the installation of video cameras bedroom.Before he was demonized and censored when the printing press brought porn to the masses, seems erotic drawings were a lot of fun glad that was not at all stigmatized. (One of the funniest sequences is an interview with a renowned art historian and erotic septuagenarian who is interviewed about his specialty, while reclining naked under the gaze of a woman drawing her portrait.)Once the Church was involved, given that representations of men, women and animal doing what came naturally as obscene, a relatively modern classification – moved in the shadows of sociological study. Episodes of photography, including still and moving images, and modern technology impact did the creation of a pornography industry are interesting, but not quite enlightening for most people with even a superficial knowledge of the evolution the eroticism of the French postal adult video.

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10:01
Sexual Attraction – Group Sex
Sexual Attraction – Group Sex

5,837 Views 1 Comments 10:01

This is a candid short documentary exploring the alternative to monogamy and the introduction of group sex into peoples life. There is the opinion that this may well be an alternative tot the growing trend to divorce.Is group sex healthy or is it some form of perversion? Indulgence in this form of open marriage is on the increase but is not easy in a culture which requires us to hide this behind closed doors. There may even be evidence that male testoterone has an impact upon the way men approach their sexual habits.Deepak Chopra M D spends some time discussing sexual attraction and what may make us tick…this is a short documentary but a very interesting one none the less.

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01:33:04
The English Surgeon
The English Surgeon

2,719 Views 0 Comments 01:33:04

‘The English Surgeon’ is an award winning documentary film made by BBC based on the work of Henry Thomas Marsh, born in 1950, a leading British neurosurgeon, and a pioneer of neurosurgical progress in Ukraine.‘The English Surgeon’ is an award winning documentary film made by BBC based on the work of Henry Thomas Marsh, born in 1950, a leading British neurosurgeon, and a pioneer of neurosurgical progress in Ukraine.Marsh is a truly gifted brain surgeon, currently serving as a senior consultant neurosurgeon at the Atkinson Morley Wing at St George’s Hospital, one of the country’s largest specialist brain surgery units. He specialises in operating on the brain under local anesthesia and was also the subject of a major BBC documentary ‘Your Life in Their Hands’ in 2004, which won the Royal Television Society Gold Medal. He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2010 Birthday Honours.This film delves deep into his personal life to find answers about his humanity, achievements, failures and the complex relationship he shares with his patients to surrender their lives in his hands. To help others in every possible was, Henry has been going out to Kyiv for over 15 years to help improve upon the medieval brain surgery he witnessed there during his first visit in 1992 and thus is deeply revered by his patients, colleagues and people desperate for some miracle to save their loved ones.

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55:26
Allen Iverson: The Answer Documentary
Allen Iverson: The Answer Documentary

5,960 Views 0 Comments 55:26

"The full length documentary on one of the most prolific NBA basketball players, Allen Iverson.As one of the smallest (6 feet tall) NBA players, and overcoming a number of obstacles while growing up, his success story is even more interesting. This film looks at the rough road he took to becoming a NBA star player."

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15:00
Louis Theroux and the Nazi’s
Louis Theroux and the Nazi’s

2,184 Views 0 Comments 15:00

Theroux always address sensitive issues, often with interviews that make your skin crawl. His interview with Joe Jackson, and another with the Westboro Baptist Church gob-smacking is television.Upon his return, Theroux is sought in the Resistance movement in the United States Aria White, the Ku Klux Klan and the Nazis who believe in ethnic cleansing. Destined to be unsettling and uncompromising.Intrepid TV presenter Louis Theroux travels through California trying to find a little humanity among some of the most notorious Nazis and committed the United States.Louis Gaede first found in April at a Nazi rally in his two beautiful eleven-year-old daughters, Lamb and Lynx, singing songs to a captive audience racist skinhead.April sees the world through racist eyes and made their children poster children for the neo-Nazi movement in America. Girls sometimes seems nice, but Louis quickly became horror when describing their favorite computer game, ethnic cleansing, and loudly singing along to the songs of white power in the car.Louis travels to Fallbrook, a small town half an hour from San Diego to meet Tom Metzger and his family. Tom is one of America’s most famous racist. A Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan in the seventies, a candidate for Congress in the eighties, is now the leader of White Aryan Resistance, a self-styled revolutionary group.However, Metzger’s life seems full of contradictions, happily sing karaoke at a bar full of non-white customers, and while doing the rounds from one day to repair your business television we find Oscar, a mixed race Peru cap Sincerely, Tom and described as a friend … Could it be that Tom is a hypocrite?Tom’s support comes largely from people like Skip and his wife Heather – Nazi skinheads hardcore. During a Sunday barbecue soon things turn ugly when Luis refuses to declare whether he is Jewish.

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58:56
10 Things You Need to Know About Losing Weight
10 Things You Need to Know About Losing Weight

7,089 Views 0 Comments 58:56

This documentary is concerned with obesity, the health issues that accompany it and several methods of weight loss. The purpose of this documentary is to give you an insight into this widespread issue and, hopefully, alter the way you perceive this condition and its treatment. The narrator of this film, Michael Mosley, is looking into the latest scientific discoveries in the field of weight loss. In the course of this film, Mosley will present ten different and simple ways to deal with the issue of obesity. During the filming, he will undergo a medical examination and discover, despite of his normal appearance, that he has internal body fat encircling his liver and kidneys. In order to resolve this issue, Mosley will apply a number of, scientifically proven, tips with an astonishing result.By the time the filming of this documentary was finished, Mosley managed to resolve the internal body fat issue. All of the methods, presented in this film, are scientifically tested and proven with an amazing rate of success. You will finally be able to comprehend the science behind losing weight and with these methods you will be able to do it with ease. If you liked this documentary and want to watch more health related films, click here.

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08:25
Food Matters
Food Matters

5,242 Views 0 Comments 08:25

‘Food Matters’ is a controversial documentary made by the Producer-Directors James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch, which focuses on how the modern society is getting sicker by the day as a consequence of treating already malnourished bodies with nutritionally-depleted foods, chemical additives and our pharmaceutical drugs.The film highlights and challenges our existing thought-processes that we are made to imbibe through our modern medical and health care establishments.It unravels the trillion dollar worldwide sickness industry and points out that several chronic and degenerative illnesses can be cured by proper nutrition, the right kind of foods, supplements and detoxification; which are more effective, more economical, less harmful and less invasive than conventional medical treatments.The documentary provides scientifically verifiable facts by leading experts in nutrition and natural healing and clearly state that the cure for the most severe illnesses can be found in nature and expensive medical attention can be avoided.

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Blood and Guts: A History of Surgery
Blood and Guts: A History of Surgery

2,352 Views 0 Comments 58:56

"This documentary series by Michael Mosley takes a closer look at the brutal, bloody and precarious history of surgery. This five-part series maps out the history of surgery through its catastrophes and successes.1. Into the Brain. This part reveals how the art and science of brain surgery making it a life-saving discipline today, has evolved over the last 100 years through mishaps and misadventures involving crowbars through the skull to notorious lobotomies with ice-picks.2. Bleeding Hearts. This part shows Michael Mosley taking a personal interest, having a family history in this area and taking a go at heart surgery of a man with no heartbeat and witnesses an operation where the patient is cooled until their brain stops and has all of their blood sucked out.3. Spare Parts. This part unravels how the scientists in the early days struggled with transplant surgeries given they had no way of bypassing the human immune system which rejected the transplanted organ resulting in a lot of complications and even death at times.4. Fixing Faces. This part unravels the fact that though believed by many to be a modern day phenomenon, plastic surgery is a science practiced since the last 400 years. Michael Mosley personally undergoes both 16th-century and 21st-century botox in his journey of discovery.5. Bloody Beginnings. In the last part Michael Mosley finds out how the early days of surgery were murky and cruel, when the surgeon’s knife was more likely to kill than save."

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01:26:12
The Notorious Mr Bout
The Notorious Mr Bout

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This documentary tells the extraordinary story of Viktor Bout, the man whose story served the basis of the film Lord of War featuring Nicholas Cage.Amazingly, Viktor Bout himself one day dreamed of filming a documentary around the World, and thus filmed a huge amount of his daily life owing to what makes this such a great documentary.After leaving the military in the early 1990s in his early 20's to a new capitalist Russia (after the collapse of communist Russia) Viktor first started business sub-leasing planes to the Congo from Moscow. He then moved to UAE, where he quickly built a successful cargo company shipping goods to ex-communist countries in Europe.Viktor Bout was a natural businessman, and saw many opportunities throughout Africa in the new age of globalisation. This route saw him making acquaintance with some of the dangerous and terrible African leaders of the 90s who struggled for power.

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01:07:14
Born Rich Documentary
Born Rich Documentary

1,961 Views 0 Comments 01:07:14

Slightly bland and a little boring, this documentary is nonetheless an interesting look into the lives and attitudes of the children of some of the richest people in the world.This documentary was produced by the Heir of the Johnson & Johnson fortune and features some of the most high profile “rich kids”. To be honest, I think I sympathize with some of them.On a final note, I think that this documentary was more of an attempt to brush off the “spoilt little rich kid” stigma from the producer.

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05:50:47
Adolf Hitler – The Greatest Story Never Told
Adolf Hitler – The Greatest Story Never Told

5,416 Views 0 Comments 05:50:47

This is a potentially controversial docu-drama about Adolf Hitler, showing his life growing up, and his reign of Germany through WW2.Most historical documentaries show Hitler as the mad leader behind the slaughter of countless people, and while that part is true, the story behind his life, through defeat in the trenches WW1, his desire to be an artist, and his upbringing is rarely told.During World War 1, which is a turning point in the life of Adolf Hitler, he reportedly loved the trench warfare, even volunteering for hazardous duty, and was actually awarded the Iron Cross 2nd Class for Bravery.The film also goes into Hitler’s book, Mein Kampf, one of the worlds best selling books, which gives not only his political and social views, but also talks about boxing, Syphilis and other seemingly random topics.Using historical footage and re-created scenes, this documentary may not change your opinions of the most talked about German Leaders in history, but should at least give you more insight into his life and why he did what he did.This film is broken into parts, starting with the trailer.Be sure to see the filmmaker’s website at: http://thegreateststorynevertold.tv/

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01:14:13
 The Venus Project - Paradise or Oblivion
The Venus Project - Paradise or Oblivion

900 Views 0 Comments 01:14:13

Jacque Fresco was born on March 13th in 1916. He is an American futurist and self-described social engineer, inventor and designer. Fresco is self-educated and has worked in a mixed bag of positions identified with industrial design, ranging from bio-medical innovations to totally integrated social systems and is the Founder and Director of Sociocyberneering and The Venus Project. The Venus Project reflects the culmination of Mr. Fresco's life work: the integration of the best of science and technology into a comprehensive plan for a new society based on human and environmental concern. It is a global vision of hope for the future of humankind in our technological age, using a resource based economy.This documentary details the root causes of the systemic value disorders and detrimental symptoms caused by our current established system. The film details the need to outgrow the dated and inefficient methods of politics, law, business, or any other "establishment" notions of human affairs, and use the methods of science, combined with high technology, to provide for the needs of all the world's people. It is not based on the opinions of the political and financial elite or on illusionary so-called democracies, but on maintaining a dynamic equilibrium with the planet that could ultimately provide abundance for all people.Paradise or Oblivion, introduces the viewer to a more appropriate value system that would be required to enable this caring and holistic approach to benefit human civilization. This alternative surpasses the need for a monetary-based, controlled, and scarcity-oriented environment, which we find ourselves in today.Watch more SCIENCE DOCUMENTARIES on Documentary Tube.

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01:01:20
Modern Masters
Modern Masters

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"Modern Masters is a four- part TV series describing the lifetime and accomplishments of four goliaths of 20th century art: Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol.Throughout the sequence of the sequence, announcer and reporter, Alastair Sooke, investigates why these artistes are deemed so significant and scrutinizes how their effect can still be appreciated in our world currently.He originates with Andy Warhol, the king of Pop Art. On his voyage he celebrates with Dennis Hopper, has an skirmish with Carla Bruni and encounter with Marilyn. Alongside the way he discovers just how dazzlingly Andy Warhol pinned down and depicted our fascinations with consumerism, fame and the mass media, and then set off on to re-invent them.Correspondent Alastair Sooke goes out to ascertain just how far the artiste Henri Matisse has inspired our contemporary lives. Sooke give details why Matisse’s fine art is deemed to be so impressive and likewise observes in what way Matisse’s magnificent usage of pigment and interpretation of shape remains to enthuse illustrators, stylists and obviously illustrators nowadays.The natural life of Pablo Picasso is a stimulating account of agitation, treasures, ladies and fantastic skill. In this section, reporter Alastair Sooke journeys through France, Spain and the US to go to see several of the painter’s eminent creations and narrate accounts from his life tale.Salvador Dali was fine art’s supreme clown, however he was as well one of its grand brains? Sooke outlines the life and effort of the fashionable surrealist artiste, voyaging all over Europe and America. Since his geneses in turn-of-the-century Spain, to his high jinx in New York in the 1970s, Sook exposes this artist’s captivating life tale and clarifies the rationale in the wake of and impression of his most famed efforts."

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49:39
Is Alcohol Worse Than Ecstasy?
Is Alcohol Worse Than Ecstasy?

7,932 Views 0 Comments 49:39

‘Is Alcohol Worse Than Ecstasy?’ takes a scientific look towards the current ranking system of drugs.In a surprising outcome, alcohol, solvents and tobacco (all unclassified drugs) are rated more dangerous than ecstasy, 4-MTA and LSD (all class A drugs). If the current ABC system is retained, alcohol would be rated a class A drug and tobacco class B.The drug policies have remained unchanged over the last 40 years; this film highlights that it is now high time for a change in the current ABC System, which is arbitrary and unscientific in the context of the new research findings.The scientists involved, including members of the government’s top advisory committee on drug classification, have produced a thorough assessment of the social and individual harm caused by 20 of the UK’s most dangerous drugs and assert that this should form the basis of future ranking.

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01:44:09
The Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster William Colby
The Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster William Colby

1,767 Views 0 Comments 01:44:09

The Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster William Colby is a 2011 American documentary which investigates the life and work of previous CIA executive William Egan Colby. The director and narrator is Carl Colby, William`s son and the producer is David Johnson. Carl Colby tells us the story about the senior Colby's work in the U.S. intelligence and its relation to his private life, including the mysteries he kept from the members of his family. The film starts with Colby's participation in World War II as an officer and paratrooper with the OSS, and follows his career path to the Central Intelligence Agency, where his duties included political undercover activity countering the Communist Party in Italy, later counterinsurgency activities and participation in the 1963 overthrow in South Vietnam, working together with President John F. Kennedy, amid the Vietnam War, and later as Director of Central Intelligence in the 1970s. While he was the head of the CIA, Colby uncovered certain documents in the archives pointing to the illegal operations conducted by the CIA, known as the "Family Jewels". He used these documents in order to introduce reforms in the Agency. The film closes with Colby's vanishing and passing in April 1996.If you want to watch more CIA documentaries, click here.

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01:25:35
The Soviet Story
The Soviet Story

3,924 Views 1 Comments 01:25:35

The Soviet Story is a 2008 documentary film about Soviet Communism and Soviet-German collaboration before 1941 written and directed by Edvīns Šnore and sponsored by the UEN Group in the European Parliament.

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Fundamentalist Christianity – Louis Theroux
Fundamentalist Christianity – Louis Theroux

2,347 Views 0 Comments 46:46

This is a video that is about Fundamentalist Christianity by Louis Theroux. It provides some insight into the nature of the religion, beliefs, morals, reasons, etc.

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01:27:05
The Illuminati
The Illuminati

5,939 Views 1 Comments 01:27:05

The Illuminati, plural of ‘illuminatus’ or ‘illuminated’, is a name given to a few groups, both genuine and invented. Generally, the name alludes to the Bavarian Illuminati, an Enlightenment-period mystery society established on May 1, 1776. The general public's objectives were to contradict superstition, obscurantism, religious impact over open life and misuses of state force. "The request of the day," they wrote in their general statutes, "is to put an end to the maneuvers of the purveyors of bad form, to control them without overwhelming them." The Illuminati, alongside Freemasonry and other mystery social orders, were banned through Edict, by the Bavarian ruler, Charles Theodore, with the support of the Roman Catholic Church, in 1784, 1785, 1787 and 1790. In the quite a while taking after, the gathering was denounced by moderate and religious commentators who asserted that they proceeded with underground and were in charge of the French Revolution. In resulting utilization, "Illuminati" alludes to different associations which guarantee or are indicated to have connections to the first Bavarian Illuminati or comparative mystery social orders, however these connections are unverified.They are frequently asserted to plan to control world undertakings, by engineering occasions and planting operators in government and organizations, so as to increase political power and impact and to secure a New World Order. Fundamental to the absolute most generally known and intricate paranoid ideas, the Illuminati have been delineated as sneaking in the shadows and pulling the strings and levers of force in many books, motion pictures, network shows, funnies, feature diversions and music feature.If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to watch more related videos, click here.

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Eat, Fast and Live Longer: BBC Horizon 2012
Eat, Fast and Live Longer: BBC Horizon 2012

29,430 Views 2 Comments 58:50

Eat, Fast and Live Longer explores the recently accepted concept that fasting is key to longevity in the human being. Here science takes the lead to discover what can be done to change the way we live. No pills, no medicines simply fasting.This revolutionary insight looks at a 101 year old Indian man who runs marathons; here we see him running in the London marathon and is happy that the secret lies in what and how much he eats. Mr Singh is remarkable and has never had surgery and never takes medicine…his diet is a simple diet of fresh food and eats normally only a childs type portion.A scientific theory has been existent for as long as Mr Singh has been alive … it is this theory that Michael Moseley examines in this documentary.It isn’t just what we eat but how and when we eat it…following from the Great Depression 1929 – 1033 remarkably, life expectancy rose by 6 years. What is the link between calorie restriction and longevity? Professor Luigi Fontana has conducted studies of many people who have restricted their diets.Meet the CRONIs (Calorie Restrictor on Optimal Nutrition) who eat bucket loads of fruit…and in many instances they eat just the skins and not the main part of the fruit!! 1900 cals per day v 2300 cals per day and this is the basis of a challenge between one of the CRONIs and Michael when they head to a fitness centre to be assessed. Body fat 11% in the CRONI V 27.1% in Michael. The results are very damning and quite conclusive from these tests. The thought is that these results can be reversed by a year on the new diet.We try now to see if the benefits of this diet can be replicated in a way which avoids the necessity to embark on this extreme diet. In the lab there are genetically engineered mice which demonstrate a fantastic difference in life expectancy. A look at a certain population within Ecuador demonstrates that none of them have died of cancer or diabetes but they are small, dwarf-like persons. IGF1 is a growth hormone which has a considerable affect upon certain people…but is there a link?Protein is a link…which pushes us to drive forward instead of slowing us down. How do we lower IGF1…fasting… 3 days and 4 nights of fasting can show very impressive results….water, black tea and one 50 cal cuppa soup… Sitting in a Korean restaurant having eaten nothing all day is not a fantastic thought.Hunger does not build and build but comes in waves which pass…glucose stores are depleted and you then start burning fat deposits and the liver produces less IGF1; or that is the theory on test here….has it been worthwhile? The IGF_1 dropped by a half and reduces changes of cancer. This is an incredible discovery.Along with a change in diet, fasting will need to be once every couple of months to maintain this dramatic change…but is there anything better which is less difficult to achieve? On to another study in Chicago where the research seems easier….alternate day restrictions. Fast day..feed day…fast day…feed day. Animal and human trials seem to indicate this is a much more palatable mechanism to achieve results.Eat whatever you want on the feed day…then eat controlled food on the fast day.Finally, Baltimore and the affects of ageing on the brain. Another mouse takes centre stage and these mice put on the feed/fast diet against standard diet and the results are incredible. Sporadic bouts of hunger actually trigger new neurons to grow…possibly in terms of evolutionary terms it assists survival…fasting does seem to make you sharper!!Simple conclusion: Alternate day fasting is definitely better than continual calorie restriction.Micheal is going to embark upon a 5 days normal and 2 days fasting diet….then test and describe the results after 5 weeks on the diet.His Initial Results:Lost over a stone (14 lbs)Body fat down from 27% to 20%IGF-1 dropped by 50%Diabetic glucose back to normalCholesterol great improvement.Find out more about the 5:2 Fasting Diet.Or try this book!

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55:26
Allen Iverson: The Answer Documentary
Allen Iverson: The Answer Documentary

5,960 Views 0 Comments 55:26

"The full length documentary on one of the most prolific NBA basketball players, Allen Iverson.As one of the smallest (6 feet tall) NBA players, and overcoming a number of obstacles while growing up, his success story is even more interesting. This film looks at the rough road he took to becoming a NBA star player."

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Pornography: The Secret History of Civilisation
Pornography: The Secret History of Civilisation

8,517 Views 0 Comments 50:21

The six animated episodes playful take into account what is in the minds of people more easily supported, and has been an important, though often maligned world culture since man could think of these things. This documentary is an elegant and orderly chronological account of erotic images to categorize the episodes from the earliest history of the last (from the late 20) the prospects for the Internet and virtual technology.A number of interview subjects to students of porn stars talk about everything from the graphic images found in the ruins of Pompeii and unique erotic type negotiated between European groups of class, which is for individuals to make and distribute their own games for adults through the installation of video cameras bedroom.Before he was demonized and censored when the printing press brought porn to the masses, seems erotic drawings were a lot of fun glad that was not at all stigmatized. (One of the funniest sequences is an interview with a renowned art historian and erotic septuagenarian who is interviewed about his specialty, while reclining naked under the gaze of a woman drawing her portrait.)Once the Church was involved, given that representations of men, women and animal doing what came naturally as obscene, a relatively modern classification – moved in the shadows of sociological study. Episodes of photography, including still and moving images, and modern technology impact did the creation of a pornography industry are interesting, but not quite enlightening for most people with even a superficial knowledge of the evolution the eroticism of the French postal adult video.

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01:27:05
The Illuminati
The Illuminati

5,939 Views 1 Comments 01:27:05

The Illuminati, plural of ‘illuminatus’ or ‘illuminated’, is a name given to a few groups, both genuine and invented. Generally, the name alludes to the Bavarian Illuminati, an Enlightenment-period mystery society established on May 1, 1776. The general public's objectives were to contradict superstition, obscurantism, religious impact over open life and misuses of state force. "The request of the day," they wrote in their general statutes, "is to put an end to the maneuvers of the purveyors of bad form, to control them without overwhelming them." The Illuminati, alongside Freemasonry and other mystery social orders, were banned through Edict, by the Bavarian ruler, Charles Theodore, with the support of the Roman Catholic Church, in 1784, 1785, 1787 and 1790. In the quite a while taking after, the gathering was denounced by moderate and religious commentators who asserted that they proceeded with underground and were in charge of the French Revolution. In resulting utilization, "Illuminati" alludes to different associations which guarantee or are indicated to have connections to the first Bavarian Illuminati or comparative mystery social orders, however these connections are unverified.They are frequently asserted to plan to control world undertakings, by engineering occasions and planting operators in government and organizations, so as to increase political power and impact and to secure a New World Order. Fundamental to the absolute most generally known and intricate paranoid ideas, the Illuminati have been delineated as sneaking in the shadows and pulling the strings and levers of force in many books, motion pictures, network shows, funnies, feature diversions and music feature.If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to watch more related videos, click here.

58:56
10 Things You Need to Know About Losing Weight
10 Things You Need to Know About Losing Weight

7,089 Views 0 Comments 58:56

This documentary is concerned with obesity, the health issues that accompany it and several methods of weight loss. The purpose of this documentary is to give you an insight into this widespread issue and, hopefully, alter the way you perceive this condition and its treatment. The narrator of this film, Michael Mosley, is looking into the latest scientific discoveries in the field of weight loss. In the course of this film, Mosley will present ten different and simple ways to deal with the issue of obesity. During the filming, he will undergo a medical examination and discover, despite of his normal appearance, that he has internal body fat encircling his liver and kidneys. In order to resolve this issue, Mosley will apply a number of, scientifically proven, tips with an astonishing result.By the time the filming of this documentary was finished, Mosley managed to resolve the internal body fat issue. All of the methods, presented in this film, are scientifically tested and proven with an amazing rate of success. You will finally be able to comprehend the science behind losing weight and with these methods you will be able to do it with ease. If you liked this documentary and want to watch more health related films, click here.

05:50:47
Adolf Hitler – The Greatest Story Never Told
Adolf Hitler – The Greatest Story Never Told

5,416 Views 0 Comments 05:50:47

This is a potentially controversial docu-drama about Adolf Hitler, showing his life growing up, and his reign of Germany through WW2.Most historical documentaries show Hitler as the mad leader behind the slaughter of countless people, and while that part is true, the story behind his life, through defeat in the trenches WW1, his desire to be an artist, and his upbringing is rarely told.During World War 1, which is a turning point in the life of Adolf Hitler, he reportedly loved the trench warfare, even volunteering for hazardous duty, and was actually awarded the Iron Cross 2nd Class for Bravery.The film also goes into Hitler’s book, Mein Kampf, one of the worlds best selling books, which gives not only his political and social views, but also talks about boxing, Syphilis and other seemingly random topics.Using historical footage and re-created scenes, this documentary may not change your opinions of the most talked about German Leaders in history, but should at least give you more insight into his life and why he did what he did.This film is broken into parts, starting with the trailer.Be sure to see the filmmaker’s website at: http://thegreateststorynevertold.tv/

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08:25
Food Matters
Food Matters

5,242 Views 0 Comments 08:25

‘Food Matters’ is a controversial documentary made by the Producer-Directors James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch, which focuses on how the modern society is getting sicker by the day as a consequence of treating already malnourished bodies with nutritionally-depleted foods, chemical additives and our pharmaceutical drugs.The film highlights and challenges our existing thought-processes that we are made to imbibe through our modern medical and health care establishments.It unravels the trillion dollar worldwide sickness industry and points out that several chronic and degenerative illnesses can be cured by proper nutrition, the right kind of foods, supplements and detoxification; which are more effective, more economical, less harmful and less invasive than conventional medical treatments.The documentary provides scientifically verifiable facts by leading experts in nutrition and natural healing and clearly state that the cure for the most severe illnesses can be found in nature and expensive medical attention can be avoided.

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Sexual Attraction – Group Sex
Sexual Attraction – Group Sex

5,837 Views 1 Comments 10:01

This is a candid short documentary exploring the alternative to monogamy and the introduction of group sex into peoples life. There is the opinion that this may well be an alternative tot the growing trend to divorce.Is group sex healthy or is it some form of perversion? Indulgence in this form of open marriage is on the increase but is not easy in a culture which requires us to hide this behind closed doors. There may even be evidence that male testoterone has an impact upon the way men approach their sexual habits.Deepak Chopra M D spends some time discussing sexual attraction and what may make us tick…this is a short documentary but a very interesting one none the less.

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46:56
Civilization: Is the West History?
Civilization: Is the West History?

3,966 Views 0 Comments 46:56

In ‘Civilization: Is the West History?’, filmmaker Niall Ferguson asks how the Western civilization, from exhibiting an unpromising outlook in the 15th century, came to dominate the rest of the world; and if the West is about to be overtaken by the rest. This film comprises of a series of six parts and each of the six parts elucidates the main strengths of the West that made it so successful:Competition: The first part in the series begins in 1420 when England on the eve of the Wars of the Roses seemed quite primitive by contrast to Ming China that had a credible claim to be the most advanced civilization in the world.Science: The domination of West by East was an alarmingly plausible scenario in 1683, when the Ottoman army laid siege to Vienna, the capital of Europe’s most powerful empire; but Islam was defeated by the help of tact and Science.Property: This part looks into the reasons as to why North America succeeded while South America for so many centuries lagged behind. It shows how the two had much in common but they differed profoundly on individual property rights, the rule of law and representative government, which eventually made all the difference.Medicine: The fourth part shows how the French Empire consciously set out to civilize West Africa by improving public health as well as building a modern infrastructure. Yet in other European empires – notably Germany’s in southwest Africa – colonial rule led to genocide.Consumerism: This part illustrates how the world today is becoming more homogenous and, with increasingly few exceptions, big-name brands dominate main streets, high streets and shopping malls all over the globe.Work: The sixth element that enabled the West to dominate the rest was the work ethic, which extolled the spirit of Capitalism by working hard, saving, and accumulating capital.

49:39
Is Alcohol Worse Than Ecstasy?
Is Alcohol Worse Than Ecstasy?

7,932 Views 0 Comments 49:39

‘Is Alcohol Worse Than Ecstasy?’ takes a scientific look towards the current ranking system of drugs.In a surprising outcome, alcohol, solvents and tobacco (all unclassified drugs) are rated more dangerous than ecstasy, 4-MTA and LSD (all class A drugs). If the current ABC system is retained, alcohol would be rated a class A drug and tobacco class B.The drug policies have remained unchanged over the last 40 years; this film highlights that it is now high time for a change in the current ABC System, which is arbitrary and unscientific in the context of the new research findings.The scientists involved, including members of the government’s top advisory committee on drug classification, have produced a thorough assessment of the social and individual harm caused by 20 of the UK’s most dangerous drugs and assert that this should form the basis of future ranking.

01:33:04
The English Surgeon
The English Surgeon

2,719 Views 0 Comments 01:33:04

‘The English Surgeon’ is an award winning documentary film made by BBC based on the work of Henry Thomas Marsh, born in 1950, a leading British neurosurgeon, and a pioneer of neurosurgical progress in Ukraine.‘The English Surgeon’ is an award winning documentary film made by BBC based on the work of Henry Thomas Marsh, born in 1950, a leading British neurosurgeon, and a pioneer of neurosurgical progress in Ukraine.Marsh is a truly gifted brain surgeon, currently serving as a senior consultant neurosurgeon at the Atkinson Morley Wing at St George’s Hospital, one of the country’s largest specialist brain surgery units. He specialises in operating on the brain under local anesthesia and was also the subject of a major BBC documentary ‘Your Life in Their Hands’ in 2004, which won the Royal Television Society Gold Medal. He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2010 Birthday Honours.This film delves deep into his personal life to find answers about his humanity, achievements, failures and the complex relationship he shares with his patients to surrender their lives in his hands. To help others in every possible was, Henry has been going out to Kyiv for over 15 years to help improve upon the medieval brain surgery he witnessed there during his first visit in 1992 and thus is deeply revered by his patients, colleagues and people desperate for some miracle to save their loved ones.

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Louis Theroux and the Nazi’s
Louis Theroux and the Nazi’s

2,184 Views 0 Comments 15:00

Theroux always address sensitive issues, often with interviews that make your skin crawl. His interview with Joe Jackson, and another with the Westboro Baptist Church gob-smacking is television.Upon his return, Theroux is sought in the Resistance movement in the United States Aria White, the Ku Klux Klan and the Nazis who believe in ethnic cleansing. Destined to be unsettling and uncompromising.Intrepid TV presenter Louis Theroux travels through California trying to find a little humanity among some of the most notorious Nazis and committed the United States.Louis Gaede first found in April at a Nazi rally in his two beautiful eleven-year-old daughters, Lamb and Lynx, singing songs to a captive audience racist skinhead.April sees the world through racist eyes and made their children poster children for the neo-Nazi movement in America. Girls sometimes seems nice, but Louis quickly became horror when describing their favorite computer game, ethnic cleansing, and loudly singing along to the songs of white power in the car.Louis travels to Fallbrook, a small town half an hour from San Diego to meet Tom Metzger and his family. Tom is one of America’s most famous racist. A Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan in the seventies, a candidate for Congress in the eighties, is now the leader of White Aryan Resistance, a self-styled revolutionary group.However, Metzger’s life seems full of contradictions, happily sing karaoke at a bar full of non-white customers, and while doing the rounds from one day to repair your business television we find Oscar, a mixed race Peru cap Sincerely, Tom and described as a friend … Could it be that Tom is a hypocrite?Tom’s support comes largely from people like Skip and his wife Heather – Nazi skinheads hardcore. During a Sunday barbecue soon things turn ugly when Luis refuses to declare whether he is Jewish.

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01:25:35
The Soviet Story
The Soviet Story

3,924 Views 1 Comments 01:25:35

The Soviet Story is a 2008 documentary film about Soviet Communism and Soviet-German collaboration before 1941 written and directed by Edvīns Šnore and sponsored by the UEN Group in the European Parliament.

01:16:13
The Sacred Science
The Sacred Science

4,333 Views 2 Comments 01:16:13

From producer Nick Polizzi, this incredible documentary follows 8 people with life-threatening disease into the Amazon for a month-long ‘healing’ from local tribes people who claim to know of special herbs and treatments that science hasn’t yet discovered. As the last hope for most of these people, they leave their lives behind and hope that this sacred healing works. Out of the 8 people on this journey, 5 come back with real results, 2 come back disappointed and 1 doesn’t come back.Follow this epic story, and help support the film makers by purchasing the documentary here: http://www.thesacredscience.com

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Cold War
Cold War

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Both the United States and the Soviet Union drifted apart after the Russian Revolution of 1917, the Russian Civil War and the Paris Peace Conference. Diplomatic and extensive trading relationships were established under Roosevelt, but relations soured following the Soviet occupation of the Baltic States and eastern Poland. After Hitler broke the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact the Western powers worked closely with the Soviet Union during the Second World War. Distrust reemerged as Stalin's plans for placing Eastern Europe in the Soviet Union's sphere of influence became apparent towards the war's end, and came to the fore at the Potsdam Conference, just before the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Interviewees include George F. Kennan, Zoya Zarubina, Hugh Lunghi and George Elsey.

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01:26:10
Life and Debt (Jamaica)
Life and Debt (Jamaica)

2,624 Views 0 Comments 01:26:10

Life and Debt is a feature-length documentary which addresses the impact of the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank and current globalization policies on a developing country such as Jamaica.

01:26:12
The Notorious Mr Bout
The Notorious Mr Bout

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This documentary tells the extraordinary story of Viktor Bout, the man whose story served the basis of the film Lord of War featuring Nicholas Cage.Amazingly, Viktor Bout himself one day dreamed of filming a documentary around the World, and thus filmed a huge amount of his daily life owing to what makes this such a great documentary.After leaving the military in the early 1990s in his early 20's to a new capitalist Russia (after the collapse of communist Russia) Viktor first started business sub-leasing planes to the Congo from Moscow. He then moved to UAE, where he quickly built a successful cargo company shipping goods to ex-communist countries in Europe.Viktor Bout was a natural businessman, and saw many opportunities throughout Africa in the new age of globalisation. This route saw him making acquaintance with some of the dangerous and terrible African leaders of the 90s who struggled for power.

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Fundamentalist Christianity – Louis Theroux
Fundamentalist Christianity – Louis Theroux

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This is a video that is about Fundamentalist Christianity by Louis Theroux. It provides some insight into the nature of the religion, beliefs, morals, reasons, etc.

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Blood and Guts: A History of Surgery
Blood and Guts: A History of Surgery

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"This documentary series by Michael Mosley takes a closer look at the brutal, bloody and precarious history of surgery. This five-part series maps out the history of surgery through its catastrophes and successes.1. Into the Brain. This part reveals how the art and science of brain surgery making it a life-saving discipline today, has evolved over the last 100 years through mishaps and misadventures involving crowbars through the skull to notorious lobotomies with ice-picks.2. Bleeding Hearts. This part shows Michael Mosley taking a personal interest, having a family history in this area and taking a go at heart surgery of a man with no heartbeat and witnesses an operation where the patient is cooled until their brain stops and has all of their blood sucked out.3. Spare Parts. This part unravels how the scientists in the early days struggled with transplant surgeries given they had no way of bypassing the human immune system which rejected the transplanted organ resulting in a lot of complications and even death at times.4. Fixing Faces. This part unravels the fact that though believed by many to be a modern day phenomenon, plastic surgery is a science practiced since the last 400 years. Michael Mosley personally undergoes both 16th-century and 21st-century botox in his journey of discovery.5. Bloody Beginnings. In the last part Michael Mosley finds out how the early days of surgery were murky and cruel, when the surgeon’s knife was more likely to kill than save."

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