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Fukushima – Seconds from Disaster

| May 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
Fukushima – Seconds from Disaster

A documentary which takes a look at the history of nuclear technology up to the Fukushima disaster which occurred in Japan back in 2011. Some science minded individuals believe that the nuclear fallout may threaten the west coast of the United States. Fukushima – Seconds from Disaster

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The Universe: Microscopic Universe

| May 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
The Universe: Microscopic Universe

An interesting documentary related to quantum physics and the microscopic universe. Quantum Physics & Microscopic Universe I’ve always been intrigued by the concept of quantum physics and this documentary feeds right into that intrigue. The world of quantum physics can be somewhat mind blowing due to the fact that it seems that in the quantum […]

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Nova: NSA, The Spy Factory

| January 6, 2014 | 0 Comments
Nova: NSA, The Spy Factory

The NSA is revealed in this NOVA documentary to great lengths. The NSA’s headquarters consist of 10’s of thousands of mathematicians, scientist, linguists, computer scientists, and more. They listen to everything. If you feel your life is as private as a diary forget about it. They could be listening in on your most intimate phone […]

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The Mars Underground City

| December 16, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Mars Underground City

The video starts in 2024 with a seemingly rudimentary landing on the surface of Mars. The question of if we will ever become a space-faring civilization was eloquently asked. Expect a well thought out review of the concept of people living on Mars alongside ideas of getting there and staying alive. That’s staying alive during […]

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Time Travel

| September 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
Time Travel

Time Travel is one of those subjects than can send the mind spinning once you begin to try to define time and space. This educational-entertainment documentary dives into the subject of time travel for the full 47 minutes of the video. The begin by hinting that in this, the 21st century, time travel may become […]

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Fukushima NHK Documentary: “Two Years Later”

| August 27, 2013 | 0 Comments
Fukushima NHK Documentary: “Two Years Later”

NHK Documentary is about the nuclear disaster which took place in Fukushima, Japan on March 11th of 2011. In some scientific circles it has been said that the Fukushima event could potentially be a slowly changing extinction level event. This documentary focuses on the impact on the people who call Japan home. The Fukushima Daiichi […]

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Thorium Documentary: An Energy Solution

| August 21, 2013 | 1 Comment
Thorium Documentary: An Energy Solution

A documentary about Thorium which makes a case for a safer form of nuclear energy, without all the risk, by the use of liquid fluoride thorium reactor technology. Information from Thorium: An Energy Solution The nuclear potential of thorium was discovered back in the days of World War II, but was disregarded due to its […]

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The Manhattan Project “The Moment in Time”

| August 20, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Manhattan Project “The Moment in Time”

The Manhattan Project (a research and development program set on building nukes) began in the late 1930’s at the onset of WWII (1939) and is documented by the featured film, The Moment in Time, in documentary form. The United States of America, Canada, and The United Kingdom were behind the project motivated by fears of […]

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Science of Surveillance

| August 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
Science of Surveillance

The Science of Surveillance documentary takes us into realm of modern spy/surveillance technology like never before. There are technologies like advanced facial recognition technology, rays that allow users to look through walls and doors, and much more. Also covered in the Science of Surveillance London is the most heavily surveilled city in the world with […]

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The Strange World of Nanoscience

| April 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Strange World of Nanoscience

Infinite smallness isn’t so small anymore when it comes to The Strange World of Nanoscience. This short film discusses the concept of the nano world and micro science at the nano scale in general. Electron microscopes are required to delve into the nanoworld and although we all may not have them, this video does the […]

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