In Russia, on 01 September is the Day of Knowledge, a joyous annual event marks the beginning of the new school year. But the Day of Knowledge 2004 was different in the School No. 1 in Beslan: A group of heavily armed rebel extremists stormed the school, with more than a thousand children and adults [...]
The film was made by BBC ONE on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the most famous sculpture in the world – the David sculpted by the master himself.
Michelangelo’s artistic genius as sculptor, painter, architect and poet is well known in history; he adorned the ceiling of the Sistine chapel with most awe-inspiring painting; and one of the world’s greatest buildings – the dome of St Peter’s, the jewel in the crown of the Roman skyline.
Michelangelo, born in 1475 lived a long and fulfilling life for 90 years. In the span of his eventful life, he made some of the greatest masterpieces of all times; his work made people wonder in amazement. Known to be a complex personality, Michelangelo was a driven and gifted human and adored art, beauty and God till the end of his life, which were the forces behind his inspiration and motivation.
Mitochondrial DNA is passed from mothers to children, both male and female, with no changes and mutates at a predictable rate, ie most of the genetic mutations in DNA, the oldest of the origin of the population.
In order to show both sides of a controversial issue here is a response to last week’s global warming denier documentary. This documentary examines the fossil fuel corporations involvement in the debate. The science buying of these corporations is comparable to Philip Morris spending money to deny the danger of cigarettes. This documentary truly exposes [...]
Here Comes the Sun — it’s one of George Harrison’s contributions to Abbey Road (1969). While we’re feeling sentimental, — Dhani Harrison, the son of the late guitarist, returns to the recording studio (presumably at Abbey Road) with George Martin, the Beatles’ legendary producer, and Martin’s son Giles. Together, they play with the mix of “Here Comes the Sun,” and then the wondrous little moment of discovery happens. They stumble upon the long lost guitar solo that never made the final cut. Enjoy….
Diamonds are a rich mans rock. But where do these precious little stones come from? This documentary explores the market for diamonds from war torn areas or “blood diamonds”. This documentary shows us the cost of diamonds. Warning for viewers there are some extreme images.
Could have come with the theory of relativity of Einstein? If not – why not? This is what Marcus du Sautoy, a mathematics professor, wants to explore. Marcus admits that he is not a genius, but genius wants to know if they are simply an extreme version of himself – or if their brains are [...]
‘Food Matters’ is a controversial documentary made by the Producer-Directors James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch, which focuses on how the modern society is getting sicker by the day as a consequence of treating already malnourished bodies with nutritionally-depleted foods, chemical additives and our pharmaceutical drugs.
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