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    • Worse Than War
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      Worse Than War

      WORSE THAN WAR is not a comedy. If you are looking for a light, fluffy, feel good documentary then please choose again! Ok, still reading? Well, then let me tell you what you’ve won: this documentary will take you traveling to far off lands, it will teach you, and it will present to you with
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    • NOVA: Life and Death in the War Zone
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      NOVA: Life and Death in the War Zone

      Life in a war zone. More like DEATH in a war zone. In this devastating documentary, NOVA explores a war zone: Iraq, home to the deadliest and most ambitious American war zone in recent memory. Thousands of American troops have died and tens of thousands of Iraqis.  How do doctors do their job in a
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    • War on Our World
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      War on Our World

      This film is an examination on the different types of war — from imperialism to the military wars — and draws out the consequences of these, in the hopes of finding what it will take to achieve peace in the world. It takes into account the many casualties of war, of children becoming orphans or
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    • Wi-Fi: A Warning Signal
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      Wi-Fi: A Warning Signal

      How seriously do you consider electro-sensitivity to be around the world? Can Wi-Fi affect humans so seriously that it a person might develop a disability from it? In some countries, Wi-Fi masts are not allowed near schools and some world governements place more intensive guidelines. This is not a new concern but there has now been long enough time to develop a stacking of evidence in one way or another. Wi-Fi is not likely to go away and some would not want to be without it. Becoming aware of the risks and precautions involved when we live in it day to day might be an important item to add to our to do list after watching this documentary revealing the results from years of scientific data research.

    • The Black Hole War
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      The Black Hole War

      Dr. Leonard Susskind offers a different view of the black holes, one that counter claims other works, such as the views by Stephen Hawkings. In this video, which is actually a lecture amongst the scholars of The Commonwealth Club of California, he disproves the theory with Gerard t’Hooft. Susskind’s dispute has been published in the
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    • UFOs, Lies and The Cold War
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      UFOs, Lies and The Cold War

      Autumn 1989. Thousands of people sighted UFO’s over Belgium. Interceptors scrambled, but were unsuccessful. Some of the objects were picked up on radar, but the phenomenon remains a mystery. The Belgian airforce believe the sightings were genuine. At a press conference general De Brouwer the matter-of-factly without attempting to play them down, as the US
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    • The Fog of War
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      The Fog of War

      Released in 2003, “The Fog of War” is from Robert S. McNamara, the former Secretary of Defense who has served two Presidents,¬†John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson. “Fog of War” is a military term which means a time of uncertainty during battle. Screened during the Cannes Film Festival in 2003, this actually won the Best Documentary
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    • Cassowaries
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      Cassowaries

      Cassowaries as you will discover in this documentary are one of the largest flightless bird and is not one to be reckoned with. With the average female weighing approximately 129 pounds and standing on average at 5.5 feet these birds are the size of humans. In fact if I were to stand next to an
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    • War Photographer – James Nachtwey’s Searing Photos of War
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      War Photographer – James Nachtwey’s Searing Photos of War

      War Photographer is a documentary about photographer James Nachtwey. As well as telling the story of an iconic man in the field of war photography, the film addresses the broader scope of ideas common to all those involved in war journalism, as well as the issues that they cover.

    • Yakuza
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      Yakuza

      This documentary takes us into the dangerous and mysterious world of the Japanese crime organization the Yakuza.