Documentarymania

Simply the Best Documentaries

 Share on Twitter  Share on Google+
Samurai Sword
The Lost Pyramids of Caral
Rescue
Is your Brain Male or Female
London: The Modern Babylon
Can Alzheimer Be Stopped
A.I. and the Destiny of Mankind
Dream and Machine
Plant Predators
The Great Math Mystery
When East Meets West
Meditation Can It Change You
Inside the Brain of a Trader
Neptune and Uranus
Parenthood
Planet Earth II Grasslands
Life of a Universe Creation
The Art of Germany: A Divided Land
History of the World: Survival
No Impact Man The Documentary
The Farthest
The Fantastic Mr Feynman
WWII In 3D
20,000 Days on Earth
Life: Primates
Honshu
Neanderthal 2
Space Station
Cave of Forgotten Dreams
Behind Closed Doors
Bugs a Rainforest Adventure
Bush and Clinton: Squandered Peace in New World Order
Land of Hope and Glory
The Moon
Into The Mind
Sea Monsters

Order by   Views  Year  New Added  Featured  Title

To Infinity and Beyond
To Infinity and Beyond 2010

By our third year, most of us will have learned to count. Once we know how, it seems as if there would be nothing to stop us counting forever. But, while infinity might seem like an perfectly innocent idea, keep counting and you enter a paradoxical world where nothing is as it seems. Mathematicians have discovered there are infinitely many infinities, each one infinitely bigger than the last. And if the universe goes on forever, the consequences are even more bizarre. In an infinite universe, there are infinitely many copies of the Earth and infinitely many copies of you. Older than time, bigger than the universe and stranger than fiction. This is the story of infinity.

Category:Science  Duration:59:00   

The Code: Shapes
The Code: Shapes 2011

Marcus du Sautoy uncovers the patterns that explain the shape of the world around us. Starting at the hexagonal columns of Northern Ireland's Giant's Causeway, he discovers the code underpinning the extraordinary order found in nature - from rock formations to honeycomb and from salt crystals to soap bubbles. Marcus also reveals the mysterious code that governs the apparent randomness of mountains, clouds and trees and explores how this not only could be the key to Jackson Pollock's success, but has also helped breathe life into hugely successful movie animations.

Category:Science  Duration:59:00   

Unlocking the Great Pyramid
Unlocking the Great Pyramid 2008

When ancient architects completed construction on the Great Pyramid at Giza, they left behind the greatest riddle of the engineering world—how did builders lift limestone blocks weighing an average of two and a half tons 480 feet up onto the top of the Pyramid? For centuries, adventurers and Egyptologists have crawled through every passageway and chamber of the Pyramid, measuring and collecting data in an attempt to determine how it was built. For the first time, a revolutionary theory argues that the answer may be inside the Pyramid. Architect Jean-Pierre Houdin and Egyptologist Bob Brier use 3-D software to unlock the secret.

Category:History  Duration:50:00   

Fermat Last Theorem
Fermat Last Theorem 1996

The Pythagorean Theorem is simple: x2 + y2 = z2. In this form, the equation can be solved. But what if the 2 is replaced with any positive integer greater than 2? Would the equation still be solvable? More than 300 years ago, amateur mathematician Pierre de Fermat said no, and claimed he could prove it. Unfortunately, the book margin in which he left this prophecy was too small to contain his thinking. Fermat's Last Theorem has since baffled mathematicians armed with the most advanced calculators and computers. Andrew Wiles methodically worked in near isolation to determine the proof for this seemingly simple equation.

Category:Science  Duration:49:00   

 
Showing 9- 12  of 21   <<   <   >   >>  

Follow our releases!



In  Facebook  


© Documentary Mania 2018