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  1. Year Million (2017-)

    Explore what it will be like to be human one million years into the future. Today’s brightest futurists, scientists, scholars and notable science fiction writers guide viewers through the very latest advances in technology, ideas and innovations that likely will power the evolution of our species. http://thetvdb.com/?tab=series&id=328143&lid=7 http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/year-million/ Year.Million.S01E01.720p.DailyFliX.XviD.avi, Size 614 MB ClickNUpload: http://main.dailyflix.net/?t=cu&f=avi&fs=614&ip=00eg539ob4ln ClickNUpload: http://main.dailyflix.net/?t=cu&f=avi&fs=614&ip=fqxzmed6oouc Userscloud: http://main.dailyflix.net/?t=uc&f=avi&fs=614&ip=cs2h0ssfx1si grifthost.com: http://grifthost.com/hhzfxizzw0hu openload.co: https://openload.co/f/Pzp0gj_bJeA/Year.Million.S01E01.720p.DailyFliX.XviD.avi openload.co: https://openload.co/f/dROmqZNZBJY/Year.Million.S01E01.720p.DailyFliX.XviD.avi powvideo.net: http://powvideo.net/2mvwm7lyv8vo streamin.to: http://streamin.to/qn1irf4qih69 streamin.to: http://streamin.to/tues155j20ce tusfiles.net: https://tusfiles.net/esvreqt87wbv uploadbank.com: http://www.uploadbank.com/fr0p071kdqwh vidto.me: http://vidto.me/m0c992z9ftcp.html vidto.me: http://vidto.me/x6oo32x72msk.html vshare.eu: http://vshare.eu/2ky1ot9ukkgy.htm xvidstage.com: http://xvidstage.com/udl9cyckk48e xvidstage.com: http://xvidstage.com/vajomaluzp8l
  2. Scientist Bill Nye explores various problems and misconceptions from a scientific point of view. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6021260/ http://thetvdb.com/?tab=series&id=323843&lid=7 Bill.Nye.Saves.the.World.S01E01.720p.DailyFliX.XviD.avi, Size 642 MB streamin.to: http://streamin.to/30qg4zqwnqtq powvideo.net: http://powvideo.net/iwtgs86qkq1u ClickNUpload: http://main.dailyflix.net/?t=cu&f=avi&fs=642&ip=9cgqtgqpuwj3 ClickNUpload: http://main.dailyflix.net/?t=cu&f=avi&fs=642&ip=hezq5xvagp7q openload.co: https://openload.co/f/Gg1k1Oe8vWU/Bill.Nye.Saves.the.World.S01E01.720p.DailyFliX.XviD.avi streamplay.to: http://streamplay.to/o7927iy9oicp grifthost.com: http://grifthost.com/cazw1q5s8n7g streamin.to: http://streamin.to/ks4mazvgyc8o tusfiles.net: https://tusfiles.net/ccvto6p9nsoy xvidstage.com: http://xvidstage.com/cbjwc9z2cr9q xvidstage.com: http://xvidstage.com/6l4toqzcxg2u vshare.eu: http://vshare.eu/1eraj4mab51f.htm vidto.me: http://vidto.me/42efx1mcwm7d.html uploadbank.com: http://www.uploadbank.com/4hghn4k6dueg vidto.me: http://vidto.me/cmx46cdx1sip.html Userscloud: http://main.dailyflix.net/?t=uc&f=avi&fs=642&ip=ahyijqrbbr0y
  3. Beautiful Equations (2010)

    Artist and writer Matt Collings takes the plunge into an alien world of equations. He asks top scientists to help him understand five of the most famous equations in science, talks to Stephen Hawking about his equation for black holes and comes face to face with a particle of anti-matter. Along the way he discovers why Newton was right about those falling apples and how to make sense of E=mc2. As he gets to grips with these equations he wonders whether the concept of artistic beauty has any relevance to the world of physics. Beautiful.Equations.WEB.h264-ROFL.mkv http://streamin.to/16spvt7rz412 http://www.flashx.tv/cswb1q4xw7u7.html http://powvideo.net/u6de2fz4ih4x http://vidto.me/gwl71lvsobnd.html http://vshare.eu/yn1c1buo6lys.htm http://thevideo.me/nujahf7dvbho http://openload.co/f/UuvDbb8pJQs/Beautiful.Equations.WEB.h264-ROFL.mkv http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xx0c2x_beautiful-equations_shortfilms Beautiful Equations
  4. Light and Dark (2013)

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3440718/ Two-part series in which Professor Jim Al-Khalili shows how, by uncovering its secrets, scientists have used light to reveal almost everything we know about the universe. But in the last 30 years we have discovered that far from seeing everything, we have seen virtually nothing. Our best estimate is that more than 99 per cent of the universe is actually hidden in the dark. The story of how we used light to reveal the cosmos begins in the 3rd century BC when, by trying to understand the tricks of perspective, the Greek mathematician Euclid discovered that light travels in straight lines, a discovery that meant that if we could change its path we could change how we see the world. In Renaissance Italy 2,000 years later, Galileo Galilei did just that by using the lenses of his simple telescope to reveal our true place in the cosmos. Light.and.Dark.S01E01.Light.WEB.h264-ROFL.mkv http://vshare.eu/ztq52pkgvfi2.htm http://filehoot.com/a3cpgdffdzjw.html http://vidbull.com/8itpqmsan0q9.html http://vodlocker.com/ihjcit1e861o http://idowatch.net/4tdzwtn09gay.html http://vidto.me/0d647ygt4gsn.html http://allmyvideos.net/o87rwnultybt http://openload.co/f/Z2vHKfbANoE/Light.and.Dark.S01E01.Light.WEB.h264-ROFL.mkv.mp4
  5. Building Star Trek (2016)

    When "Star Trek" first aired in 1966, it expanded the viewers' imaginations about what was possible in their lifetimes. Today, many of the space-age technologies displayed on the show, like space shuttles, cell phones, and desktop computers, have already gone from science fiction to science fact. Other innovations, like warp drive, teleportation, and medical tricorders are actively in development. Join us as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of "Star Trek" - a show that continues to inform, enrich, and inspire. Building.Star.Trek.2016.720p.HDTV.x264-DHD.mkv http://vshare.eu/td32v9p9ycyg.htm http://filehoot.com/yzzp4ywhr9ec.html http://vidbull.com/35bzqz5hf7c8 http://vodlocker.com/rtixg6ronja4 http://vidto.me/rf5i9gl4am4y/Building.Star.Trek.2016.720p.HDTV.x264-DHD.mkv http://www.flashx.tv/59gzmiu4k0aw.html https://openload.co/f/0ScDUTLHED4/Building.Star.Trek.2016.720p.HDTV.x264-DHD.mkv http://vidzi.tv/57jly8drx9jj.html
  6. From exploring the outer reaches of space to the depths of the ocean, China has big ambitions to become a world player in science. The country now spends more money on research and development than Europe and is expected to overtake the US in science spending by 2020. The investment is paying off - the brain drain has been reversed, its publication rate is prolific, and it is starting to lead the world in many fields. The BBC's Global Science Correspondent, Rebecca Morelle, looks at some of the key projects that are transforming China into a science powerhouse. Chinas.Science.Revolution.WEB.h264-ROFL.mkv http://vodlocker.com/yxmccu91g61v http://vidbull.com/23mn8uj96jm7.html http://thevideo.me/aj6a7pwgn04t https://openload.co/f/S_9v8Qs7w4k/Chinas.Science.Revolution.WEB.h264-ROFL.mkv https://www.wholecloud.net/video/961b88da20614 http://idowatch.net/fde3komqs43s.html http://www.flashx.tv/140tdab0r9re.html http://filehoot.com/g0w1spsxcdyc.html http://allmyvideos.net/1e2kgq0t7rb8
  7. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2928446/ As Star Trek Into Darkness hits the screen in a golden age of scientific discoveries, HISTORY gives viewers a deep look into the science and the ideas behind how we might one day live in a Star Trek Universe. Star Trek Secrets of the Universe (2013) WebRip 720p x264-FS.mp4 http://vidbull.com/4cydkcadhc3l.html http://thevideo.me/qu2njaqnvbic http://allmyvideos.net/s0tugadl47h4 http://vidto.me/hjwxgp1pxpy3.html Star Trek - Secrets of the Universe Part 1 - Dailymotion Video Star Trek - Secrets of the Universe Part 2 - Dailymotion Video
  8. Join Professor Stephen Hawking as he reveals our true potential in a series that challenges a selection of volunteers and viewers to think like the greatest geniuses of the past and answer some of humanity's toughest and most enduring questions. http://thetvdb.com/index.php?tab=series&id=309662 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5593296/ Genius.by.Stephen.Hawking.S01E01.720p.720p.mHD.DailyFliX.HEVC.mkv, Size 416.3 MB http://main.dailyflix.net/index.php?t=ut&f=mkv&ip=0yotyp1idsx2 https://tusfiles.net/ctp5tgjgxgcz http://filehoot.com/lb6z45exi1r1.html http://vidspot.net/xnjv67a3r14z http://main.dailyflix.net/?t=uc&f=avi&ip=woogpm64ika6 http://vshare.eu/kcg6lux3kdck.htm http://hugefiles.net/embed-27djuk8lmbx4.html http://vodlocker.com/j94wwxr6qgwx http://www.zalaa.com/nc7fb5cr3rig/Genius.by.Stephen.Hawking.S01E01.720p.720p.mHD.DailyFliX.HEVC.mkv.htm http://xvidstage.com/mkymysg5dnsd http://vidto.me/osxmxuytl64i.html http://main.dailyflix.net/index.php?t=cu&f=mkv&ip=jarnrwyfb1n2
  9. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0363367/ Led by host Kate Humble, five scientists are challenged to put their collective scientific knowledge to practical use. Transported to isolated locations, they are presented with a series of tasks, with two notable restrictions: they must complete their work within three days and, with the exception of a rudimentary tool kit, they must use only indigenous materials. Series 1: Mediterranean Episode 1 — Mediterranean Mystery: Swapping their high-tech labs for a disused prison, the five scientists are ferried to a mystery Mediterranean island where they must pool their collective wits. Can they work out their exact latitude and longitude, manufacture an insect repellent from scratch, and improvise a radio from an old saucepan? Episode 2 — Simmering Shutterbugs: Our scientists have worked out where they are on the globe, but can they now master a series of science-based challenges using just the natural resources of the island? Can they improvise a low-tech camera and film, make a compass to get their bearings, and dye a flag? Seawater, seaweed and urine prove to be indispensable ingredients, but things don't quite go to plan. Episode 3 — Power Supplies: In this episode, two of the team go head to head in a race to generate power, while the others set about building a pharmacy. They extract and dispense a string of natural remedies, including an antiseptic made from myrtle and olives, and an anti-flatulent from fennel seeds Episode 4 — Sustenance and Sayonara: Wrapping up their stay on their isolated Mediterranean island, the scientists face the challenge of using their science skills to put food on the table. One of them faces an epic struggle to make soap to clean the dishes, while two other team members improvise toothpaste from seaweed, seashells and mint. They also try to make a record player. Series 2: Carriacou Episode 1 — Mapping it Out: Kate Humble and the team of five scientists take up the challenge of charting the sights and sounds of their tropical island. Starting from scratch, they have to make an accurate scale map, botanical paper and inks, and a sound-recording device. The team members have very good heads for math and plenty of versatile local plants to get them started, but impassable mangrove swamps and tropical downpours soon seem intent on scuttling their plans. Episode 2 — Bugs and Barometers: The team has to pit their wits against nature — and bugs — in the latest challenge. Can they get a biology lab (to make and test antibacterial cream), microscope and weather station (barometer, hygrometer, anemometer) built and tested on their tropical island? With only a basic toolkit to work with, the island's plants and seaweed have to be employed — and with nothing but clear skies weather forecasting can still be a little problematic. Episode 3 — Time and Transmitters: The scientists find they have to borrow some wartime tricks when challenged with building a transmitter and radio — but will they be able to communicate across their tropical island base? There's also an accurate portable clock and a botanical kite to design, and, once again, the island's natural plants and resources get the scientists thoughts running in strange new directions. Episode 4 — Feel the Heat: The challenges don't come much tougher than this as the team of scientists tackles the task of lowering the temperature on their sweltering tropical island base. The chemistry of cooling paradoxically seems to involve heating things up first. With just three days to complete the task of making ice, as well as producing working thermometers and sunscreen, their patience is soon simmering. Episode 5 — Sun and Sea: The challenge of building an underwater light to examine the marine life around their tropical island base finds the team grappling with natural power sources (filaments and phosphorus from cow bones). The scientists find they need a little human elbow grease to generate electricity to charge up a battery. Episode 6 — The Science of Celebration: The science of sound and fireworks helps the team devise ways of going out with a bang in the last set of challenges on their Carribean island. Tasked with creating a concert and spectacle to light up the Caribbean night sky, the scientists find they are struggling to find harmony, while their pyrotechnics seem to generate more heat than light. Can they turn it around to stage a spectacular finale? Series 3: New Zealand Episode 1 — Gold Rush: Our intrepid team of boffins — all from different scientific disciplines — are ready for the daunting challenges imposed by host Kate Humble. And the tasks are formidable from the start. The scientists begin by trying to collect gold from a river, building a homemade metal detector and constructing a super-accurate balance, capable of weighing micrograms of gold. Episode 2 — Shakers: With only half a gram of gold so far, Humble puts the pressure on the team to continue their search. Among this episode's challenges are building an automated gold-panning machine and discovering the date of the last major earthquake in the area. As a treat for the work-weary scientists, Mike Bullivant is given the task of making an indulgent hand cream from sheep's wool. Episode 3 — Quakers: The two Mikes — Bullivant and Leahy — are sent on an overnight expedition to find gold-bearing rock. First, they need to build their own waterproof tent to keep them dry, warm and protected from the unpredictable climate on the island. Meanwhile, Kathy Sykes and Jonathan Hare are tasked with making a seismograph and measuring earthquake activity in the area. Episode 4 — Ice: Kate Humble takes the Rough Scientists away from their epic quest for New Zealand gold and sets them one of the toughest challenges yet. The team must measure the speed and melt of the Franz Josef Glacier, an awesome seven miles of ice. In addition, the scientists have to keep themselves warm on the ice without lighting fires. With just a basic toolkit and the island's natural resources at their disposal, they build an ice lens and generate chemical heat. The team must draw on their pooled ingenuity and scientific knowledge to complete these seemingly impossible tasks. Episode 5 — Treasure Hunt: In the penultimate episode, the team of scientists have managed to collect three grams of gold — but is this sufficient to make a pure gold souvenir? With the deadline looming, Humble sets three more tough challenges. The scientists need to extract gold from rock, from sand and also find buried gold using a treasure map. As the tension mounts, the team combine their skills and experience and resort to some unlikely gold prospecting techniques to build a rock-crushing device and an altimeter to locate that pot of gold. Episode 6 — The Big Smelt: It is D-Day for the Rough Science team, who must build a furnace to smelt and form their gold into souvenirs of their six-week stay in New Zealand. Firstly, they must turn their powdered gold flakes into a solid nugget and, in order to do so, they must reach a white-hot 1062°C — the temperature at which gold melts. The team uses science to re-discover the skills of the original prospectors who, over 150 years ago, worked gold into beautiful objects. Will the scientists manage to make anything from the precious stash of gold they have struggled for weeks to find? Series 4: Death Valley Episode 1 — Rover: The first program in this series focuses on exploration, and the Rough Scientists are pushed to their limits in order to make their skills fit these space-related challenges. Jonathan Hare's challenge is to make a rover — a remote-controlled vehicle which explores strange new worlds. The ultimate test is when the rover is subjected to a NASA-style experiment over rugged terrain. Iain Stewart and Ellen McCallie then have to use their geological and botanical skills to search for water in the scorching hot desert. Once found, Kathy Sykes and Mike Bullivant must purify it and make it safe to drink, an essential part of any space mission. Episode 2 — Communication: No space mission can succeed without communication, so the second program sets challenges around this theme. In the vacuum of space there is nothing for sound waves to move through, so the scientists have to come up with an alternative form of communicating. Hare and Sykes take on the challenge and come up with a truly extraordinary way to carry the voice on a sunbeam. McCallie and Bullivant have an equally difficult challenge. With no money and just three days, they have to create their own version of a zero-gravity pen. Stewart, meanwhile, has the fun job of establishing a way to communicate with aliens and to tell them exactly what the Rough Science team are doing out in the middle of the desert. Episode 3 — Spacesuit: In sunlight, the temperature on the moon is 100°C — hot enough to boil the blood in our body. On the dark side, however, it's cold enough to freeze the air in our lungs. The NASA spacesuit not only supplies air, but also regulates temperature, and recreating a similar system forms the main theme of this episode. Humble challenges the Rough Scientists to collectively design a cooling system for their very own spacesuit which will be tested in one of the hottest places on earth — the scorching heat of Death Valley. Episode 4 — Impact: Fifty thousand years ago, a meteor landed in Arizona with a terrifying impact. In this program, the mile-wide crater is the main focus for two of the scientists. Their challenge is to find out how big the meteor was that created this huge hole on the edge of Death Valley, using just experiment, measurement and calculation. Hare and McCallie, meanwhile, have to measure another crater — this one on the moon. As they will have to conduct all measurements at night, they also have the additional problem of creating some form of light by which they can work. Episode 5 — Aerial Surveyor: In this episode, Sykes and Hare take the Mars Rover to another level and have to design an aerial surveyor — a device which explores by floating above the land. They are given a tiny camera to record information and they ingeniously attach it to a balloon heated by the sun. Meanwhile, Bullivant is to solve the puzzle that saved the lives of the ill-fated Apollo 13 astronauts. When their oxygen tanks were damaged, they were forced to build a carbon-dioxide filter out of simple bits and pieces, and Bullivant has to replicate this challenge. The task given to McCallie and Stewart is to work out the magnitude and epicenter of the 1872 California earthquake using only their scientific knowledge and basic equipment available. Episode 6 — Rocket: Just a few miles from historic Edwards Air Force base — where the first space shuttle landed — our Rough Scientists are set their own rocket challenge. They have to make three different types of rocket, all powered by nothing but water. As an added problem, each must have a raw egg as a "passenger," which not only has to survive launch but also be unbroken on its return. Bullivant takes a chemical approach, using electrolysis to split water into hydrogen and oxygen gases and then combines them, forming an explosive mixture. Hare's is powered by steam and Sykes uses pressurized water. The scientists compete to see who can get to the launch pad first and which rocket will be the most effective. Meanwhile McCallie and Stewart have the problem of getting the egg into each rocket and ensuring their safe return to earth. Series 5 Zanzibar "Shipwrecked" - Design and build a submersible exploration vehicle to explore a shipwreck, determine when low tide occurs for the best chance at getting to the wreck, and how to purify the scientists' water supply. "Lost at Sea" - Build a distress flare, make an emergency flotation device, and create a warning light activated by seawater. "Call of the Wild" - Const an underwater hydrophone, an underwater viewing device, and create mosquito repellent. "To the Lighthouse" - Build a lighthouse by creating a light source visible from great distances while at sea, as well as create the lighthouse infrastructure and make the light flash. "The Reef" - Create a system to protect a coral reef by alerting approaching boats that they're entering a protected area. "Beneath the Waves" - Build a SCUBA device that can safely be used to a depth of 5 meters and still provide freedom for exploration. Series 6 San Juan Mountains in Colorado "Power" - Supply electricity and natural gas to their basecamp, located in an old mill. "Safety" - Build a fire extinguisher (using carbon dioxide) and a water treatment plant. "Mountain" - Calculate the height and weight of a mountain and make sunglasses to protect the eyes at high altitudes. "Clean" - Build a washing machine with washing soap, and create antiperspirant and deodorant. "Mine" - Detect radioactive rocks and flammable gases, and create a generator to power an electric lamp. "Photo" - Take and develop a photograph, and deliver it by hydrogen balloon.
  10. http://thetvdb.com/?tab=series&id=306561&lid=7 Each half-hour episode of THE QUICK AND THE CURIOUS breaks down science into fun, bite-sized pieces, with scientists and engineers revealing answers to questions like: Is the 5-second rule real? How can you fool a bloodhound? How much does a cloud weigh? How can you move things with your mind? Why are tattoos permanent? The.Quick.and.the.Curious.S01E01.Hack.My.Commute.720p.HDTV.x264-DHD http://allmyvideos.net/lkpdaxmighfo http://filehoot.com/one2gvgrwmjq.html http://streamin.to/n2ec49kkgge4 http://thevideo.me/uc1iatoz0moi http://vidbull.com/tvykud92rk4l.html http://vidspot.net/0kow5l2rhoou http://vidto.me/lfw7mvdxqtde.html http://vodlocker.com/bz0055vcdyxu http://vshare.eu/kv1lsxirjy0f.htm
  11. http://thetvdb.com/?tab=series&id=306754&lid=7 By using CGI to "explode open" everyday machines to reveal their individual parts and inner workings, MACHINES: HOW THEY WORK explores the hidden working of machines of all shaped and sizes -- from parking meters and car washes to fire hydrants and escalators. Plus, the series heads into the factories where these machines are built to meet the larger than life characters who design and construct them. Machines-How.They.Work.S01E01.HDTV.x264-NoGRP http://allmyvideos.net/zzfw4o28vpi1 http://filehoot.com/vsxw8qyvn0it.html http://streamin.to/96nwyc21d4tw http://thevideo.me/smyx3gph5fx0 http://vidbull.com/moi5i4yfbqpb.html http://vidspot.net/r0uf65ri1epw http://vidto.me/beyauv14607p.html http://vodlocker.com/eeyowoe13d1z http://vshare.eu/vghurdmty9hs.htm
  12. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0199248 http://thetvdb.com/?tab=series&id=71697&lid=7 http://www.tvrage.com/Modern_Marvels Celebrating ingenuity, invention and imagination brought to life on a grand scale, MODERN MARVELS tells the fascinating stories of the doers, dreamers and sometime-schemers who created everyday items, technological breakthroughs and man-made wonders. Modern.Marvels.S17E04.Engineering.Disasters.22.HDTV.x264-REGRET http://vshare.eu/osab1ydb74po.htm http://vodlocker.com/4dgm0cfpqhz0 http://vidzi.tv/2viuserfpf72.html http://vidto.me/yw32r91pu4gi.html http://vidspot.net/5qp5xfdt644x http://vidbull.com/s1czyobywfsf.html http://thevideo.me/ynzj0bl3gyky http://filehoot.com/cfxzm1ls9iai.html http://allmyvideos.net/8yj0vhipp8zz
  13. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0867212/ Ronald L. Mallett, PhD is a professor of theoretical physics at the University of Connecticut. He discovered a possible way to travel in time by applying Einstein's theory of relativity to laser light moving in a circle. The program uses CGI to illustrate his theories. Mallett was one of the first African-Americans to obtain a PhD in theoretical physics. He was inspired to do so because he wished to travel back in time to visit his dead father, who died when Mallett was ten. The World's First Time Machine (low quality) The World's First Time Machine
  14. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3108970/ Physicist Dr Helen Czerski takes us on an amazing journey into the science of bubbles. Bubbles may seem to be just fun toys, but they are also powerful tools that push back the boundaries of science. The soap bubble with its delicate, fragile skin tells us about how nature works on scales as large as a solar system and as small as a single wavelength of light. Then there are underwater bubbles, which matter because they are part of how the planet works. Out at sea, breaking waves generate huge plumes of bubbles which help the oceans breathe. From the way animals behave to the way drinks taste, Dr Czerski shows how bubbles affect our world in all sorts of unexpected ways. Whether it's the future of ship design or innovative new forms of medical treatment, bubbles play a vital role. The Science of Bubbles (2015) WebRip x264 WR.mp4 http://vidbull.com/8lay7f6dm1sn.html http://vodlocker.com/lp8rfnk4p8jj http://thevideo.me/5f5g1jxbar96
  15. We live in a world ablaze with colour. Rainbows and rainforests, oceans and humanity, Earth is the most colourful place we know of. But the colours we see are far more complex and fascinating than they appear. In this series, Dr Helen Czerski uncovers what colour is, how it works, and how it has written the story of our planet - from the colours that transformed a dull ball of rock into a vivid jewel to the colours that life has used to survive and thrive. But the story doesn't end there - there are also the colours that we can't see, the ones that lie beyond the rainbow. Each one has a fascinating story to tell. In the first episode, Helen seeks out the colours that turned planet Earth multicoloured. To investigate the essence of sunlight Helen travels to California to visit the largest solar telescope in the world. She discovers how the most vivid blue is formed from sulfur atoms deep within the Earth's crust and why the presence of red ochre is a key sign of life. In gold, she discovers why this most precious of metals shouldn't even exist on the surface of the planet and in white, Helen travels to one of the hottest places on Earth to explore the role salt and water played in shaping planet Earth. Colour.The.Spectrum.Of.Science.S01E01.HDTV.x264-TVCUK_.mp4 http://mightyupload.com/rfnkwsalvqht http://thevideo.me/zznm5m8pr5c8/Colour.The.Spectrum.Of.Science.S01E01.HDTV.x264-TVCUK_watchseries-online.li.mp4 http://vidspot.net/n6tsl4ed8zct http://filehoot.com/o732ovuti735 http://vidbull.com/5cfb7pudfn0i.html http://vodlocker.com/e5ut2ibghzfd http://www.nowvideo.sx/video/ea8c41a37773d http://www.movshare.net/video/2a7b66d49e17c
  16. Mankind Rising (2012)

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2924842/ Follows mankind's journey of life from the first cell to the present day. Captured in a single, animated time lapsed shot, and based on archeological findings, we trace our epic journey from the first spark of life billions of years ago up to our present status as the most successful species on the planet. Humans are the pinnacle of a chain of species that has survived by way of evolution, natural selection, adaptation, and pure luck. From the formation of primordial genetic material to the development of speech, this is the improbable story of the incredible set of circumstances that led to human existence. This documentary aims to answer such questions as: How did we get here? How did mutations create male and female sexes? And were we actually fish at one point during the evolutionary chain? We are the most complex creature on this planet, a big brained, two-legged mammal. We’ve risen from the raw materials of the Earth to dominate and shape it. Wind the clock backwards and the story of how we got to be us is a puzzle that defies all logic. Through nearly 4 billion years of evolutionary twists and turns, disasters strike, predators threaten to wipe us out. From rodent to reptile, we face extinction at every turn, from the land into the water, fighting to survive every step of the way, from fish to worm, back to the very first spark of life, to a single simple cell. One change or predator along the way and this extraordinary story would have never been told. HD Mankind Rising
  17. Forget the big bang. The real moment of creation was the Cosmic Dawn - the moment of first light. This is the scientific version of the story of Genesis. The big bang gets all the credit for creating our universe. But in fact, the universe it gave was dark and boring. There were no stars, no galaxies, just a vast, black fog of gas - the cosmic dark ages. But, after a hundred million years of nothing, came a dramatic moment of transformation - the Cosmic Dawn. It's the moment the first stars were born, the moment that lit up the Universe, and made the first structure and the first ingredients of life. This was the real moment of creation. Astronomers are now trying to witness the cosmic dawn. For the first time they have the tools to explore the very first stars of the universe and to tell the scientific story of our creation. horizon.s54e14.cosmic.dawn.the.real.moment.of.creation.hdtv.x264-c4tv.mp4 http://mightyupload.com/6lyklt520xp7 http://thevideo.me/xj9v9ijd3y9z/horizon.s54e14.cosmic.dawn.the.real.moment.of.creation.hdtv.x264-c4tv.mp4 http://powvideo.net/horizon.s54e14.cosmic.dawn.the.real.moment.of.creation.hdtv.x264-c4tv.mp4 http://filehoot.com/ifpptcofmix0 http://vidbull.com/sx8wgm8grjug http://vodlocker.com/xja2xairuf8r.html http://www.nowvideo.sx/video/17004e4316d3a/ http://www.movshare.net/video/22a9ed382a949/
  18. Stephan, Sara, Henri and Beatriz are four people who, like tens of thousands of applicants from all over the world, answered an advert for people who’d like to visit Mars. There’s only one catch: this mission is one-way only. The Mars One initiative plans to take four astronauts on a mission to Mars within 10 years. The astronauts leave, knowing they’ll never see everyone they love again. The documentary portrays aspiring astronauts from around the world, and the founder of Mars One, Bas Lansdorp. His total budget is 6 billion dollars, which he has to achieve by producing a reality TV show – live coverage of the mission broadcast over the entire world. The initiative is one of love and hate, admiration and controversy. Since applications opened in 2013, Mars One receives tens of thousands of testimonials from followers every day, but their enthusiasm is matched by others’ horror at the suicidal idea. HD One Way Astronaut: Dying 33 Million Miles from Home
  19. One Giant Leap (2015)

    ONE GIANT LEAP chronicles the tragedies, fears, and pressures of the 1960s space race, leading to a remarkable miracle that united and inspired Americans across the nation. Amidst unheralded violence and turmoil, a besieged generation looked past tragedy and rose to its feet to welcome a new generation of heroes in a time when heroes were badly needed. Interviews with the surviving astronauts, families, and other key players, along with stunning high-definition NASA films and never-before-seen home movie collections, transport viewers back in time to discover a fascinating, untold story of our nation's journey to the moon. american.heroes.channel.one.giant.leap.dsr.x264-w4f_.mp4 http://thevideo.me/0vwedxfvx1pu http://vshare.eu/xkcptn33vza8.htm http://vidplay.net/7ibcmfwivdea http://filehoot.com/0438rkzyvxoh.html http://vidbull.com/o03bkallegc5 http://vodlocker.com/k84lw50trkkr http://www.nowvideo.sx/video/8afab80cbaf88 http://www.movshare.net/video/8b35c2c6246e3
  20. There are about 600 murders each year in the UK. So, what drives people to kill? Are some people born to kill or are they driven to it by circumstances? Michael Mosley delves into the BBC archives to chart scientists' progress as they probed the mind of the murderer to try to understand why people kill, and to find out whether by understanding murder we can prevent it. horizon.s54.special.the.mystery.of.murder.hdtv.x264-barge_.mp4 http://mightyupload.com/i2nvcuqvezyk http://thevideo.me/2tavwq2sg4vt/horizon.s54.special.the.mystery.of.murder.hdtv.x264-barge_watchseries-online.ch.mp4 http://vidplay.net/dyw5yilvnmpo http://vidspot.net/dkkx1nxych0a http://filehoot.com/rk2w9r49lomb http://vidbull.com/jvu5yfe2gyxt http://vodlocker.com/11fy6jhmpleg http://www.nowvideo.sx/video/0488783a719e5 http://www.movshare.net/video/60d43c6b8447c
  21. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1397258/ Charles Darwin came up with some ingenious experiments to prove his theory of evolution. Jimmy Doherty attempts to recreate some of these investigations. When Charles Darwin set about proving his theory of evolution, he had none of the advantages of modern genetics or DNA analysis so he came up with some ingenious experiments of his own. In this series, Jimmy Doherty recreates many of these investigations. Jimmy takes a hands-on approach as he digs up a patch of turf in Darwin's own garden in Kent to illustrate the struggle for existence; he ropes down a chalk cliff to explore the age of the Earth; and he lets seeds soak in salt water for a month. The smelly results from this experiment prove that plants have the potential to cross oceans. These and other investigations gave Darwin the evidence he needed to publish his theory in 1859. By replicating them Jimmy uncovers a dynamic Darwin, and through them reveals the secrets of evolution. BBC.Jimmy.Doherty.in.Darwins.Garden.s01e01.of.3.Dangerous.Ideas.PDTV_.avi http://mightyupload.com/siecn99bmpgs http://thevideo.me/4zaojpzogrmt/BBC.Jimmy.Doherty.in.Darwins.Garden.s01e01.of.3.Dangerous.Ideas.PDTV_watchseries-online.ch.avi http://vidbux.to/6ijtz3hgzydu http://vidspot.net/in9f02q2fbdu http://filehoot.com/hz1aherz2hgx http://vidbull.com/x7opwqz2e6h5.html http://vodlocker.com/nbk8ai8cule2 http://www.nowvideo.sx/video/4bdfc5ff12ec4 When Darwin publishes his theory of evolution, he is attacked by many critics. He retreats to his garden in Kent to do new experiments to defend his theory. Jimmy Doherty re-creates some of this extraordinary work. Jimmy feeds his own urine to an insectivorous plant to find out why they eat insects, and cuts off the tail feathers of a peacock to see if it handicaps its sex life. Through in-breeding experiments with plants, Jimmy discovers why Darwin was so concerned about his marriage to his first cousin Emma. With these original experiments, Jimmy uncovers a new and dynamic Darwin, and through them reveals the science of evolution. BBC.Jimmy.Doherty.in.Darwins.Garden.s01e02.of.3.The.Storm.Breaks.PDTV_.avi http://thevideo.me/319pvu6n0nit/BBC.Jimmy.Doherty.in.Darwins.Garden.s01e02.of.3.The.Storm.Breaks.PDTV_watchseries-online.ch.avi http://vidplay.net/io1f3toflcby http://vidbux.to/xlqtg61inyev http://vidspot.net/u7er1xgxi8pf http://filehoot.com/kydh0mcj1ffp http://vidbull.com/0otrembxjymf.html http://vodlocker.com/j98lcece7w8p http://www.nowvideo.sx/video/ee2bb610adcfe After his theory of evolution was attacked by critics, Darwin retreated to his garden in Kent to do new experiments that would defend his ideas. Jimmy Doherty re-creates some of this extraordinary work. Darwin knew that his ideas on human evolution were controversial. Jimmy Doherty carries out some of the exciting experiments that Darwin did to show that humans were just another ape. Jimmy puts a snake into a monkey enclosure to find out whether monkeys are curious; he has his face electrically stimulated to create a smile; and musical instruments are played to an earthworm to test its hearing. All these experiments gave Darwin additional evidence that humans had evolved from animals. Jimmy uncovers a new and dynamic Darwin, and through re-creating the experiments reveals the science of human evolution. BBC.Jimmy.Doherty.in.Darwins.Garden.s01e03.of.3.Of.Apes.and.Men.PDTV_.avi http://mightyupload.com/t9fyzwrjnp4r http://thevideo.me/vv1n0uie0bqb/BBC.Jimmy.Doherty.in.Darwins.Garden.s01e03.of.3.Of.Apes.and.Men.PDTV_watchseries-online.ch.avi http://vidplay.net/avtocnt00jl7 http://vidbux.to/a3rzq2clnb70 http://vidspot.net/gbvabqjkaw7i http://filehoot.com/2xqam5t8s56k http://vidbull.com/lowsm4g98pyx.html http://vodlocker.com/tnmthm2q9qsf http://www.nowvideo.sx/video/873cfb705e07b
  22. In March 2014, scientists discovered evidence of the Big Bang itself, ripples in space and time called gravitational waves; We go inside this extraordinary discovery, which meant Nobel Prizes for some scientists, and a disappointing shock to others. Big.Bang.Aftershock.720p.HDTV.x264-DHD.mkv http://180upload.com/f3tmow6h2oeh http://filehoot.com/ug11wncodipp.html http://www.movshare.net/video/50bd1e4d50fbd http://mrfile.me/4peaog06pnuz http://sharerepo.com/f/0BlR9r3 http://thevideo.me/6vimrvu28c9o http://www.uploadc.ch/b6v2l99nowmr/Big.Bang.Aftershock.720p.HDTV.x264-DHD.mkv.htm http://vidbull.com/aaumx72ixe1y.html http://www.vidbux.to/cbqs9wumlkxt http://vidplay.net/5t41lp047mhd http://vidspot.net/gc3uh9845csv http://vodlocker.com/w18mk9iy1yy2
  23. Scientists look for evidence of an extraordinary phenomenon known as the Cosmic Dawn, a dramatic moment in the history of the universe when the very first stars were created. Hunt.for.the.First.Star.720p.HDTV.x264-DHD.mkv http://180upload.com/j25iyi0rnfnc http://filehoot.com/mzl3vad9gpdn.html http://mightyupload.com/znh79qykgdev/Hunt.for.the.First.Star.720p.HDTV.x264-DHD.mkv.html http://mrfile.me/wnspqeb00nwr http://sharerepo.com/f/0LGxgr6 http://www.uploadc.ch/69qmhhshtzd3/Hunt.for.the.First.Star.720p.HDTV.x264-DHD.mkv.htm http://vidbull.com/emqd40chch8g.html http://www.vidbux.to/7xi08ymc5bho http://vodlocker.com/xcpt2nn55iek
  24. Inside Mars (2015)

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  25. Space.Week.Journey.Into.A.Black.Hole.HDTV.x264-[eSc]_.mp4 http://vodlocker.com/jj43ioas1lri http://filehoot.com/lhiyh1azi8i7 http://www.nowvideo.sx/video/df4ccfe04bf53 http://vidbull.com/sf3wz3srvben http://vidspot.net/qfco3i5ogeit http://vidxden.to/y3trmvbw29mj http://thevideo.me/5lm1l378z1hs/Space.Week.Journey.Into.A.Black.Hole.HDTV.x264-%5BeSc%5D_watchseries-online.ch.mp4 http://mightyupload.com/py3zmh1rpwxj
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