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    • Log Driver’s Waltz
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      Log Driver’s Waltz

      When I came across this short animated song, it was an instant trip down memory lane. For you fellow Canadians watching it you might remember it being played early Saturday mornings on the CBC. It’s amazing how something as short as a three minute animation can bring back years of my sister, brother and I
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    • Marcus du Sautoy: Symmetry, reality’s riddle (lecture)
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      Marcus du Sautoy: Symmetry, reality’s riddle  (lecture)

      TED presents Marcus du Sautoy, Oxford’s newest science ambassador in this interesting lecture exploring the world of symmetry. From the spin of the subatomic particles to fainting beauty of an arabesque there is more to it than meets the eye. This lecture will offer viewers a brief glimpse into the world of the invisible numbers
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    • Between the Folds
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      Between the Folds

      Between the Folds is an award-winning documentary by Green Fuse Films. It has received several awards including Best Documentary at the Indie Spirit International Film Festival and the Audience Award the Brooklyn International Film Festival. It will captivate you as it documents the stories surrounding ten intricate and talented artists and theoretical scientists. These are
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    • Back from vacation
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      hi everyone, I’m back from vacation: I wanted to give everyone a chance to catch up on the deep archives of documentaries on the website. Hope everyone is having a great summer, and, I’m back updating.

    • Mysteries of Deep Space: The Pulse of Alien Life
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      Mysteries of Deep Space: The Pulse of Alien Life

      This is part of a series of documentaries that explores the deepest mysteries of space. It is presented with the use of live-action sequences, as well as high quality and advanced computer animation. The images are also taken from the captures of the Hubble Space Telescope, providing viewers with an almost ideal, and perfectly stunning
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    • Mysteries of Deep Space: Mysterious Black Holes
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      Mysteries of Deep Space: Mysterious Black Holes

      This is part of a series of documentaries that explores the deepest mysteries of space. It is presented with the use of live-action sequences, as well as high quality and advanced computer animation. The images are also taken from the captures of the Hubble Space Telescope, providing viewers with an almost ideal, and perfectly stunning
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    • Mysteries of Deep Space: Exploding Stars
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      Mysteries of Deep Space: Exploding Stars

      This is part of a series of documentaries that explores the deepest mysteries of space. It is presented with the use of live-action sequences, as well as high quality and advanced computer animation. The images are also taken from the captures of the Hubble Space Telescope, providing viewers with an almost ideal, and perfectly stunning
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    • Ravi Shankar: An Introduction to Indian Music and the Sitar
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      Ravi Shankar: An Introduction to Indian Music and the Sitar

      Ravi Shankar is a world-famous Indian composer and musician. His music is so dominantly familiar as he makes use of a sitar, which is a kind of string instrument. As a young man, Shankar was already exposed to music and would tour India and Europe with his family. In 1944, he worked as a composer
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    • High Grass Circus
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      High Grass Circus

      Let’s all go to the Circus!! For most it’s the place to build memories with the family. Watching with amazement a clown juggling, dogs doing tricks, risky acrobats, and much more the circus is a fun atmosphere. Who can resist the taste of their candy floss or popcorn? The sound of children and adults crying
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    • Mysteries of Deep Space: To the Edge of Time
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      Mysteries of Deep Space: To the Edge of Time

      This is part of a series of documentaries that explores the deepest mysteries of space. It is presented with the use of live-action sequences, as well as high quality and advanced computer animation. The images are also taken from the captures of the Hubble Space Telescope, providing viewers with an almost ideal, and perfectly stunning
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