Science

Manufacturing Ignorance

Manufacturing Ignorance

2020, Science

There are currently over 7 billion people in the world today. Never before has there been this many people all needing homes, food, clothing, technology and more. This unprecedented demand for essential goods now raises supply issues. Is there enough...

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Losing Sleep

Losing Sleep

2020, Science

Insomnia is common in at least 10 percent of all adults. Insomnia is defined by a strict criteria based on the frequency and impact it has on the person affected. This type of sleep deficiency affects people of all ages and there are many remedies on...

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Voyage of Curiosity

Voyage of Curiosity

2017, Science

In November of 2011, NASA's Curiosity Rover embarked on its revolutionary mission to Mars. Less than a year later, it reached its destination. Voyage of Curiosity details the challenges of mounting this epic project, and what it hopes to find on the...

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Journey to the Pale Red Dot

Journey to the Pale Red Dot

2017, Science

As we lift our eyes to the night sky, we are faced with hundreds of glorious beaming stars. One of these - a red dwarf star known as Proxima Centauri - is closer than all of them. At "only" 4.2 light years away, it's practically our neighbor, holding...

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Venus: Death of a Planet

Venus: Death of a Planet

2020, Science

The second planet from the Sun - Venus - is one of the most enigmatic in our solar system. It could also be one of the most instructive. Scientists believe that Venus was home to oceans, rivers and other life-enriching elements billions of years ago....

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Water: The Shape Shifter

Water: The Shape Shifter

2014, Science

Water plays an essential role in the development of weather. Itќs also a master of transformation that comes in many forms. The variations of water, and its power to both nurture and destroy, are explored in Water: The Shape Shifter, another...

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Wind: The Invisible Force

Wind: The Invisible Force

2014, Science

Wind rotates around our daily lives unseen. It is the most powerful force behind the world's most catastrophic weather events. But for such a consequential element, few people know where it originates. To address this, host Richard Hammond...

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Temperature: The Driving Force

Temperature: The Driving Force

2014, Science

How does weather work? Every living beyond across the globe experiences the temporary inconveniences of foul weather or the disastrous impacts of more extreme atmospheric conditions - from hurricanes to torrential rains to suffocating droughts. But...

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The Story of Information

The Story of Information

2012, Science

Over 5,000 years ago, mankind happened upon a revolutionary invention that would forever change the course of history: the written word. Without this seismic discovery, the world would be devoid of information, which is one of our most significant and...

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The Story of Energy

The Story of Energy

2012, Science

What is the origin of energy, how do we harness it for the benefit of all, and to what extent is civilization doomed without it? These are the essential questions that are addressed in the informative documentary The Story of Energy. Energy touches...

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Is Anybody Out There?

Is Anybody Out There?

2015, Science

Our first contact with extraterrestrial life might be just around the corner. The stimulating documentary Is Anybody Out There? explores the stepping stones in space exploration that brought us to this point, and the mounting evidence that suggests...

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