The film explores new understandings in science that reveal a bigger picture of interconnection than what we have ever imagined. Discover amazing ideas that will not only help change THE WORLD… but will also help change YOUR WORLD. People in today’s world want to feel more connected. In the midst of an accelerated pace of living, many people wish – hope – 'feel' that there is more to life than what they are experiencing on a day to day basis. Through the lens of science this film helps people to see the world differently. It inspires them to think differently about their connection to the Universe and to each other, just as some of humanity’s greatest minds discovered that the world and our Universe is more connected than anyone thought possible. Einstein changed humanity’s future when he made the connection between space and time in his theory of relativity. Yet, Einstein died leaving what he felt was his most important work unfinished. On his deathbed, Einstein requested his glasses, his pencils, and his equations, seeking to create a unified theory that would connect cosmological and quantum physics. He knew the great impact this understanding would have on humanity… but, sadly, he ran out of time.. Nassim Haramein, the Director of Research at the Resonance Foundation, was deeply inspired by Einstein’s work. For decades, Haramein continued to explore his own solutions and finally made a major breakthrough. Science moves forward when theories, upon which predictions are based, are later confirmed by experimental data and results. In The Connected Universe, we explore the bold, new predictions Nassim Haramein makes about the nature of the proton and the confirmed experimental results of his theory and its implications. The film also reveals Haramein’s work connecting the ideas of Max Planck (one of the father’s of Quantum Physics) and those of Einstein’s, that has allowed Haramein to include gravity into quantum theory for the first time! New understandings in science are also revealing to us that at a quantum level there is a dynamic and energetic flow, or force, in nature that connects every proton with every other proton in the Universe. This flow of energy does not only exist at a cosmic level, it also exists within each and every one of us and connects each and every one of us. When you discover all of the ways that you are physically and energetically connected to the Universe, you will never look at yourself or your world the same way again. This film will INSPIRE YOU to CONNECT TO YOUR POTENTIAL… the potential of WHO YOU ARE and WHO YOU CAN BECOME.
The wartime contributions of five prominent Hollywood film directors during World War II are profiled. The documentary focuses on five directors – John Ford, William Wyler, John Huston, Frank Capra, and George Stevens – whose war-related works are analysed by modern filmmakers, respectively Paul Greengrass, Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola, Guillermo del Toro, and Lawrence Kasdan. In the first episode, John Ford's The Battle of Midway was approved directly by President Franklin D. Roosevelt while Frank Capra fights to get Why We Fight made.
Category:Art Duration:56:29 Series: Five Came Back
The film follows the dramatic journey of three whistleblowers who are determined to break the silence around one of the most controversial current affairs issues of our time: the secret U.S. drone war. At the center of the film are three U.S. military veterans. Plagued by guilt over participating in the killing of faceless people in foreign countries, they decide to speak out publicly, despite the possible consequences. Their stories take dramatic turns, leading one of the protagonists to Afghanistan where she learns about a horrendous incident. But her journey also gives hope for peace and redemption. National Bird gives rare insight into the U.S. drone program through the eyes of veterans and survivors, connecting their stories as never seen before in a documentary. Its images haunt the audience and bring a faraway issue close to home.
The world of bugs normally passes beneath our notice, yet shrink yourself to their size, see them in 3D and you’ll enter a world you’d never believe existed. Big Bugs in 3D uses specially developed 3D technology to take the viewer on a global journey, from Mexico and the rainforests of Asia to our own backyards. There are perhaps four and a half million different kinds of bugs sharing the planet with us. They exist in a bewildering variety of forms, some more like creatures from an alien world. Big Bugs asks how and why these creatures have become so successful.
40,000 years ago the steppes of Eurasia were home to our closest human relative, the Neanderthals. Recent genetic and archaeological discoveries have proven that they were not the dim-witted cave dwellers we long thought they were. In fact, they were cultured, technologically savvy and more like us than we ever imagined! So why did they disappear? We accompany scientists on an exciting search for an answer to this question and come to a startling conclusion... A climate change due to a cataclysmic event.
|Showing 1||-5||of 1210||>||>>|
We use third-party cookies to show personalized advertising and gather information. By continuing in our website you agree with this use