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    • hannero

      mind-blowing

    • len

      Sorry but this doc is definatly crappy. It doesn’t say anything then that what you would have learned at elementary school.

      Alltough i must say i would be interested in a good documantary about this subject.

      Cheers

    • God

      i enjoyed this.

    • sarah

      This is a great film to show geometry students. In that respect it is fantastically done. It is not a film for those seeking theoretical physics though. If I were a teacher to 8th graders, I would show this film to my students.

    • bobjoe

      Fascinating. if only my math teachers had 3d imaging to explane trig, and geometry…. still, the presentation-yawn.

    • ariel

      definitely post the others when they are available

    • spacebunny

      More suited towards elementary students, yes, definitely. Amazing how far computer graphics have evolved since I was in high school.

      Eh, if you want to continue posting videos from this series, that would be okay. I guess it would be best to post them when you nothing better to post.

    • Bigjetcjs

      I don’t think it really explained anything. I kinda feel motion sick now too.

    • uh

      this is absolutely retarded

    • slr680

      The visuals in this doc are interesting, but the historical information is incorrect. Ptolemy was a Greek living in Egypt under roman rule. Since he was Greek( as Greek or Europeans must always be the fathers of science in history) he was credited with “discoveries” which he was taught by the Egyptians… There were accurate maps of the planet and stars documented and handed down far before Ptolemy’s “Discoveries” The same thing happened with Pythagoras, as well as Fibbonacci who was educated by the Moors…but since none of this fits into a White historic legacy it is swept under the rug.

    • Tiago C.

      Although your assumption might be correct, you are forgeting that people assume that those people discovered those things themselves, because they were the ones at the time that had documented anything on those discoveries.
      That way, or by direct mentioning or linking other people to those discoveries in those registries, is the only evidence we have to assume that someone had the knowledge.

      Did you know that we only know abot Socrates from his disciple, Pluto?
      Hadn’t it been the fact that Pluto mentions Socrates in his documents has being his tutor, and linking him directly to their studies, we would think Pluto was the one that achieved it all on his own, because Socrates even though now considered “the father” of his field of study, never wrote a single thing about it.

      And do you think that Socrates, in his turn, achieved it all on his own? If you do then there’s a big chance that you are wrong, but either way we can’t prove from whom he has learnt because there are no records linking him directly to anyone else.

    • anyone

      was great! would like to see more of these :) thanks ( :