All Documentaries - 6

The Future of Energy

The Future of Energy

In the opening moments of the inspiring new documentary titled The Future of Energy, we're provided a guided tour through Greensburg, Kansas, a seemingly typical Midwestern town with a population of just under a thousand. In 2007, a fierce tornado struck the town...

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Inhuman Kind

Inhuman Kind

Technology can often be a source of tremendous benefit in our lives. Robotic technologies, in particular, hold the promise of serving many essential functions in the home, workplace, disaster zones or on the battlefield. But these advances within the field of robotics could...

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Under Fire

Under Fire

On June 4, 2014, 24-year old Justin Bourque stepped through a peaceful, unassuming trailer park community in Moncton, New Brunswick. Fully donned in camouflage, and armed with a rifle and shotgun, Bourque seemed intent on being noticed. He was. A concerned resident phoned...

6.21

Chiropractic

Chiropractic

For those who suffer from back pain or stiffness, a properly trained chiropractor can perform just the right adjustments to provide much needed relief. But in a new trend which is currently sweeping the profession, many of these specialists are broadening their repertoire...

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Strange Matters

Strange Matters

Social psychologist Erich Fromm once said, "A technological civilization is programmed by the principal that something ought to be done if it is technologically possible. If it is possible to make nuclear weapons, they must be built even if they destroy us all."...

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Pot Fiction

Pot Fiction

The use of marijuana has been banned in Canada since 1923, yet the drug is more popular there than ever before. With the legalization of marijuana occurring in many regions around the world, Canadians have urged the government to consider similar steps. But...

8.73

The Grind

The Grind

"We have an outdoor slaughterhouse," a voice informs us in the opening moments of the new documentary The Grind. In the Faroe Islands, which lie in the North Atlantic between Iceland and Norway, the majestic blue oceans often turn crimson with tides of...

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Into the Future: Transport

Into the Future: Transport

The road to realizing a fully functional and mass produced electric car has been a rough one, but the automotive masters in Asia have been leading the race. The documentary Into the Future: Transport outlines the tremendous challenges associated with producing low-emission electric-powered...

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Cloning the Woolly Mammoth

Cloning the Woolly Mammoth

Scientific research and practices are advancing at a rapid pace. Many of the breakthroughs have exceeded the expectations of our most vivid imaginations, and have forced society to grapple with challenges related to ethics and morality. The most glaring example of this dilemma...

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Our Chemical Lives

Our Chemical Lives

The chemical industry began to accelerate following World War II. Today, chemicals are so omnipresent in our lives that many times we are unaware of our daily interactions with them. Their presence is often insidious, and lax regulatory guidelines allow companies to utilize...

8.33

eSPORTS

eSPORTS

eSports is a Vice documentary about e-gaming, an obsession for many, but an area of pop culture still largely associated with "nerds", outcasts who would rather sit alone in a bedroom playing online or console video games than go out and be social....

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