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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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Let There Be Life

Let There Be Life

2014, Science

Quantum physics, the field of science that studies the unpredictable behavior of subatomic particles, could hold the answers to many of life's most confounding secrets. So says noted physicist Professor Jim Al-Khalili. As host...

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Einstein's Nightmare

Einstein's Nightmare

2014, Science

The true nature of the smallest elements that make up our universe - the atoms, photons and electrons - has long mystified and tormented our greatest scientists. Are they ruled by order or by mere chance? The answer could...

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Seeing the Beginning of Time

Seeing the Beginning of Time

2017, Science

How did the intricate dance between the planets, stars and galaxies inform the architecture of the universe we know today? Seeing the Beginning of Time utilizes eye-popping high-resolution visuals to demonstrate the study of...

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Solutions: Open Science

Solutions: Open Science

2019, Science

In The Crisis of Science, The Corbett Report attempted to outline flaws in the modern practice of science, which included faulty research, inherent bias, the gullibility of the public, and an increasing susceptibility to fraud...

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A Journey to the End of Time

A Journey to the End of Time

2019, Science

What does the future look like? How will the universe meet its end? We may never be truly certain. But science has begun to paint a stunning picture of how the future might unfold. Let's take a journey to the end of time,...

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Einstein's Quantum Riddle

Einstein's Quantum Riddle

2019, Science

Is our reality defined by sensible laws of order or by weird and random connections across space and time? In the Canary Islands, a dedicated team of physicists are seeking a definitive answer to this age-old question....

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Pluto and Beyond

Pluto and Beyond

2019, Science

In January of 2006, NASA's New Frontiers program launched New Horizons, an ambitiously crafted space probe that was designed to travel farther into the universe than ever before. The mission represented the ultimate journey...

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Living Universe

Living Universe

2018, Science

Are we alone in the universe? In the history of the human species, perhaps no other question has so sparked the imagination. Living Universe is an ambitious and cinematically rendered spectacle that seeks the answer. Over three...