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Order and Chaos

Order and Chaos

Our world rotates in a constant state of chaos. The role of science, in many respects, is to organize common patterns in such a way that allows us to recognize the order within this chaos. The documentary Order and Chaos, produced by...

8.16

Veritasium: An Element of Truth

Veritasium: An Element of Truth

This compilation of videos, titled Veritasium: An Element of Truth, provides loving and playful commentary on the magic of science, and all its jaw-dropping complexities and wonderments. Comprised of a series of short vignettes featuring an assortment of experiments, demonstrations and revealing...

8.07

Neutrino: Measuring the Unexpected

Neutrino: Measuring the Unexpected

They are the core mysteries which have enticed and confounded physicists throughout time. How has the sun managed to burn and illuminate for so many millions of years? Early on, our universe was made up of equal parts matter and antimatter, yet...

8.27

Future: Humans

Future: Humans

Future: Humans holds nothing back as it begins in a fury of scientific fact and unhinged matter of fact attitude. As the documentary moves along, its style of storytelling feels similar to that of the History Channel mini-series Mankind: The Story of...

5.65

Interstellar Flight

Interstellar Flight

Alpha Centauri is a three-star solar system 4.37 light years from Earth, the nearest neighbors of our Sun. A planet has recently been detected in the system, which raises the questions of when and how we will make our first efforts to...

8.23

When Will Humans Live on Mars?

When Will Humans Live on Mars?

Up until very recently, space travel and exploration has been an activity that only government-funded mega-ventures have been capable of taking part in - organizations like NASA. Advancements in aeronautics and space engineering have opened the door for private companies to enter...

7.47

Life: Destiny or Chance?

Life: Destiny or Chance?

Life: Destiny or Chance? attempts to answer the fundamental question of whether life is the result of articulate cosmic design, or simply a lucky (for us, anyhow) occurrence predicated solely on chance. Basically, are we a mistake? Looking at it from a...

7.58

Earth Unplugged: Slow Motion and Time Lapse

Earth Unplugged: Slow Motion and Time Lapse

This collection of Earth Unplugged episodes features a mix of extreme slow motion and time-lapse footage of various events and subjects. Common themes throughout the series include birds and bugs in flight, cute animals be they wild or domestic, flames, and explosions/impacts....

3.90

The Fantastical World of Hormones

The Fantastical World of Hormones

Many scientific findings are often dismissed by the public. Whether it is the severe importance of a particular diet or exercise, or the impact of stress and sleep deprivation on our bodies and thinking processes, we often turn our heads from the...

8.46

Creation of the Universe

Creation of the Universe

Stylized, high-contrast images paired with creative motion graphics bring life to this scientific documentary and help illustrate the more abstract concepts being discussed. Narration explains that the Universe is said to have emerged 14 billion years ago in an event known as...

6.91

Fate of Antarctica

Fate of Antarctica

Antarctica, a land mass that was once bathed in tropical sunshine and housed forest life, is now the coldest continent on our planet with record-breaking low temperatures of -93.2 degrees Celsius. Could these drastic climate changes bring about the extinction of human...

8.38

The Boundaries of the Knowable

The Boundaries of the Knowable

Professor Russell Stannard (Department of Physical Sciences, The Open University) presents a series with numerous open questions about our consciousness and the physical brain, free will, cosmology and life. Questions such as: What is consciousness? What is free will? What caused the...

7.71