Each of us has an array of drives that keep us alive. We are often barely aware of them, but act every day to protect us from danger and keeps us fit and healthy.
In the first program of the series of human instinct to explore how the most basic instincts means that everyone is born to survive.
The sex instinct is one of the strongest we have. It is vital if we are to produce the next generation. In the second program we realize what it is the way to see how they smell and what we have, that can attract the ideal mate.
We’re always competing, even when we least expect. The will to win is an instinct that keeps our species alive. In the third program to find out what comes out on top feels so great and why he feels so bad to lose.
A bone of the jaw 200. 000 years old tells the story of an elderly woman who was kept alive by the kindness of their peers.
From this first known example of human compassion to the heroes of today, the final program of the series explores the human instinct more complex instincts. The instinct to put others first.
31 years ago, NASA experienced one of the greatest disasters in the history of the space program. The space shuttle Challenger broke apart just 73 seconds into the flight.The disas...