Some of the conclusions are a bit lofty, but this video is still one of the best sounding power points ever (thanks to music from Last of the Mohicans)
One of my favorite documentaries of all time… it reveals the parallel between Islamic radicalism and the neoconservative movement, how they were born of a similar worldview, and how governments use terror to legitimize their power.
(Three videos, one hour each.)
Unbelievable video taken from a camera mounted on the side of a booster rocket… See and hear what it’s like to fall from outer space, through the atmosphere, all the way into the ocean.
Technical innovations of the past that we use ubiquitously today. Pictured below is the Acoustograph:
In 1925, the Acoustograph was a music downloading device well ahead of its time. The upper class city families that owned these devices would request a musical composition with the Morse key, down telegraph wire. Todays equivalent of this pioneer hardware, are well known applications such as iTunes and Napster.
Windows Vista is a far cry from Star Trek level VR, as demonstrated by this frustrating video…
Some rather stunning photos of dancers defying gravity (no f/x!)
This excerpt from a new documentary covers a creationist lobby who publish anti-evolution books, songs and movies aimed at children.
Basic materials, awesome result.