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BrainSex – Why We Fall In Love?

BrainSex - Why We Fall In Love?
BrainSex – Why We Fall In Love, is an interesting documentary about the science and natural findings as to why humans fall in love. For centuries, love has been celebrated – and probed – mostly by poets, artists, and balladeers. But now, its mysteries are also yielding to the tools of science, including modern brain scanning machines. A handful of young people who had just fallen madly in love... 
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Becoming Human

Becoming Human
Nothing is more fascinating to us than, well, us. Where did we come from? What makes us human? NOVA’s groundbreaking investigation explores how new discoveries are transforming views of our earliest ancestors. Featuring interviews with world-renowned scientists, footage shot in the trenches as fossils were unearthed, and stunning computer-generated animation, Becoming Human brings early hominids... 
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Welcome To Mars

Welcome To Mars
January 3, 2004, a compact rover named Spirit, cushioned inside a pyramid of balloons, hurtled through the martian atmosphere and crash-landed on the dusty surface of Mars. Minutes later, Spirit sent its first message home. The elation of the assembled scientists, along with the much more involved engineering story leading up to the landing, were captured by NOVA producer Mark Davis in his popular... 
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Parallel Universes

Parallel Universes
Everything you’re about to see here seems impossible and insane, beyond science fiction. Yet it’s all true. Scientists now believe there may really be a parallel universe – in fact, there may be an infinite number of parallel universes, and we just happen to live in one of them. These other universes contain space, time and strange forms of exotic matter. Some of them may even contain you, in... 

How Does Your Memory Work?

How Does Your Memory Work?
You might think that your memory is there to help you remember facts, such as birthdays or shopping lists. If so, you would be very wrong. The ability to travel back in time in your mind is, perhaps, your most remarkable ability, and develops over your lifespan. This documentary takes viewers on an extraordinary journey into the human memory. From the woman who is having her most traumatic memories... 
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Who Killed The Electric Car?

Who Killed The Electric Car?
Who Killed The Electric Car? This is a documentary film that explores the limited commercialization, and subsequent destruction of the electric vehicle in the United States the 1990’s. This film explores the role of the automobile manufacturers, the U.S. government, the oil industry, the California government, batteries, hydrogen vehicles, and consumers in limiting the development and adoption... 
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Google – Behind The Screen

Google - Behind The Screen
A  documentary created by Ijsbrand van Veelen features some interesting discussions with Marissa Mayer, Vint Cerf, Ian Brown (Open Rights Group), Brewster Kahle (founder of Internet Archive) and some Google engineers. They talk about PageRank, targeted advertising, life at Google, user privacy, machine translation, the story of “Don’t be evil”, book search, the danger of Google’s... 

Cosmos

Cosmos
This science series co-produced by PBS and the BBC in England explained topics in cosmology, astronomy and astrophysics to the average viewer; its host was a prize-winning physicistand author Carl Sagan — who had an erudite and sometimes effusive style of explaining the wonders of science; one ofhis catch-phrases  “billions and billions of stars”  became the most famous, and...