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    Biology, Environment Documentaries

    Biology, Environment documentaries are listed below. These are the best biology and environment documentaries made in the last few decades. As scientists learn more about biology the possibilities become endless and this is reflected in our collection of Biology documentaries. And, let’s not forget about the environment. It’s time to remember: to learn: to ACT. Environment documentaries such as Al Gore’s have helped stir the world to action. Communities are rising to help. Just by watching a biology and environment documentary you are helping in the fight of Mother Nature’s life. Knowledge is power! enjoy



    • Food Inc
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      Food Inc

        What type of foods do you eat everyday? Beef, chicken, pork, vegetables? Where do you buy them? What process must these foods go through before reaching your dinner table? Food Inc. answers these questions and many more in this 93-minute documentary.   This controversial documentary takes its viewers on a farming adventure and not
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    • Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life
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      Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life

      In 2009, the BBC produced an amazing documentary to commemorate the 200th birthday of genius Charles Darwin. The film discusses his Darwin’s groundbreaking theory of evolution through natural selection. Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life was created in part of the BBC’s Darwin Season. David Attenborough, the presenter in the film breaks down how
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    • Food Matters
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      Food Matters

      We’ve heard vitamin C is great for building your immune systems. An old wives tale will tell you to eat carrots to give you good eye-sight (or at least that’s what my grandmother told us). Ironic as both my brother and I wear glasses. But can the food we consume really make a difference in
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    • Richard Dawkins – The Blind Watchmaker
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      Richard Dawkins – The Blind Watchmaker

      “The Blind Watchmaker is based on a book written by Richard Dawkins, who is known as an ethnologist and biologist dealing with man’s evolution. In this piece, Dawkins presents arguments that support the evolution theory and the theory of natural selection. These are age-old theories that Charles Darwin have come up with over centuries ago.
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    • The Living Planet
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      The Living Planet

      Originally broadcast in 1984, The Living Planet followed five years after David Attenborough’s first wildlife blockbuster series, Life on Earth. This was an equally ambitious 12-part documentary that spanned the globe with portraits of each of the major geographical regions that offer a home to life. Attenborough demonstrates how even in the most hostile of
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    • Phage, The Virus That Cures
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      Phage, The Virus That Cures

      Phage therapy is not a new medical breakthrough. In fact, in the 1920’s, treatment using this process was done in Soviet Union, despite the fact that it was not approved. Phage treatment is used in therapy, when the infection does not respond well to antibiotics. The success rate of phage is actual better than just
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    • The Science of Stress
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      The Science of Stress

      For over decades, scientists have studied how our brain functions. They have already uncovered how it performs, especially when it comes to handling stress. When we work hard or party hard, our stress factors are heightened depleting our body of its proper functioning. Stress has been attributed to illnesses and in most cases, it also
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    • The Way Of All Flesh
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      The Way Of All Flesh

      African-American Henrietta Lacks fell victim to cancer in 1951 but left a legacy that paved way for the development of a research for cancer patients. The cancer cells in her body were removed and stored in a research facility where studies were being done to understand the nature of the disease. The cancer cells, called
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    • The Gulf Stream and The Next Ice Age
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      The Gulf Stream and The Next Ice Age

      The Great Ocean Conveyor is also referred to as the thermohaline circulation. It’s the manner in which circulation in the ocean is created by heat and fluxes. Its condition greatly impacts the climate of the whole world. With the occurence of the phenomenon called global warming, scientists now say that the changes in the condition
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    • Home
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      Home

      This fascinating documentary covers nature, Earth and humanity. It addresses where and what we’ve been and where we’re heading. Home features aerial footage of over 54 countries the film proves a vast amount of imagery. Similar to other films like Baraka and Planet Earth it examines what have done to the Earth. So while it
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