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    • Google Documentary
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      Google Documentary

      It starts off on quite a basic level and covers information that most Google-watchers will already know. There are interviews with Melissa Mayer and other Google people – there’s plenty of shots inside the candy-colored Googleplex. The origins of “Don’t be evil” are discussed – it was apparently a directive for a meeting. Then the
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    • Who Wrote The Bible?
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      Who Wrote The Bible?

      Who was the primary author? Was there more than one author? And if so, then who were they? What were their thoughts? Why did they include certain things and exclude others? Why are some of the passages in the bible seemingly contradictory in terms of authorship? Dr. Beckford, a devout Christian and Theologian, like the
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    • Planet Earth
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      Planet Earth

      As of its release in early 2007, Planet Earth is quite simply the greatest nature/wildlife series ever produced. Following the similarly monumental achievement of The Blue Planet: Seas of Life, this astonishing 11-part BBC series is brilliantly narrated by Sir David Attenborough and sensibly organized so that each 50-minute episode covers a specific geographical region
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    • Challenger, Go For Launch
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      Challenger, Go For Launch

      January 28, 1986 was the tragic day that Shuttle Challenger left Pad 39B at Kennedy Space Flight Center. It was a mere seventy-three seconds into flight that the Orbiter Challenger exploded over the Atlantic. The result was saddening, as all seven of its crew were killed. But could this tragedy have been avoided? Could these
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    • Do You Know What Time It Is?
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      Do You Know What Time It Is?

      In this BBC Horizon documentary Professor Brian Cox poses the question, “Do you know what time it is? Do us that seem that an easy question with an easier answer, as we all look at our watches, the clock, even in the top right corner of my computer screen as I type this. But, do
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    • David Icke – Was He Right?
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      David Icke – Was He Right?

      This is a documentary about a who some think had some of the craziest claims in history or did he? The 1990s saw David Icke appearing on many television chat shows making claims that he was the son of the Godhead. He was presenting a dark message about the dark times that lay ahead for
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    • Building Gods
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      Building Gods

      Building Gods addresses whether humanity should construct godlike immensely brilliant machines in this century. It examines how science is moving closer to a computer or “other” human engineered system.  A system that would have the have the ability to house consciousness. Enter the matrix without Keanu Reeves of course. The likelihood of a system similar
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    • The Martians And Us
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      The Martians And Us

      This three-part documentary explores how UK writers pioneered and remained in the vanguard of one of the world’s most popular literary genres. Part 1 looks at our relationship with aliens, from Wells’s invading Martians to the Daleks via 2001: A Space Odyssey, the Midwich Cuckoos, and the Mekon. It also explores the genre’s preoccupation with
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    • The Mysterious Mr. Hopper
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      The Mysterious Mr. Hopper

      This documentary is part of the Imagine series from BBC and is presented by Alan Yentob. It tackles on the career of Edward Hopper and is supported with interviews by Mr. Hopper’s friends, admirers, biographer and people like  Jonahtan Miller and Sam Mendes. Archives that includes clips featuring his wife, Jo, are also presented in
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    • Waste = Food
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      Waste = Food

      An inspiring documentary on the Cradle to Cradle design concept of the chemist Michael Braungart and the architect William McDonough. Winner of the Silver Dragon at the Beijing International Science Film Festival 2006. Our landfills are filling up year after year with piles of our waste. We have littered the world with our crap, so
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