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an account of his scary encounter with a leopard seal in the Antarctic,
colorful coral reefs, huge schools of tropical fish, sharks, humpback whales, underwater caves, scuba divers and much more
Shot in and around Kirkenes and Pas National Park bordering Russia
a paste of semiconducting nanoparticles called solar paint (or "Sunbelievable")
a chance encounter with a troop of wild mountain gorillas
re-localizing the global food supply.
For inner cities, car-sharing plans or as shuttle vehicles...
intimate images of Afghanistan -- of home life, of ritual, of men and women.
Dr. Don M. Huber, one of the senior scientists in the U.S about the area of science that relates to genetically modified organisms.
TED Video. Made of a mix of proteins, spider silks come in thousands of variations; there are over 40,000 species of spiders, with many spiders capable of producing half a dozen types.
this coming together and breaking apart process has been ongoing for millions of years.
Inspiring! When the residents of Saranac Lake, NY were faced with having a Super Wal-Mart put in, some 600 residents came together to open their own department store.
presentation on the life-changing gift of living in "Gratitude"
Windowfarms - vertical hydroponic platforms for growing food in city windows
These beagles have lived their entire lives inside a research laboratory.
Atlanta Kids Recycle Day organized by Live Thrive and the Little Green Path Foundation.
The Beauty Of A Second short film contest.
As brine from the sea ice sinks, a 'brinicle' forms threatening life on the sea floor with a frosty fate.
this octopus crawled on land for a full two minutes
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Up in the mountains of Bhutan a mysterious grub-turned-mushroom is
fueling a high-altitude rush for richness. Worth up to $80,000 per kilo,
scientists believe it may be the miracle cure to change medicine.
Called cordyceps, "it's
a fungus that kills insects in a horrible way", explains biologist Dr
Hywel-Jones. Although not a friend to insects, many scientists are
convinced that for humans it is a super antioxidant, a powerful
antibiotic, energy booster, heart-helper, lung-improver and sex
sustainer. Across Bhutan, thousands are making the arduous journey to
the mountains in a quest to strike it rich.The scramble for the fungus
has also spawned a fierce illegal trade and violent clashes in Tibet;
something Bhutan is desperate to avoid."There's no reason why a small
country like Bhutan cannot be a high-tech pharmaceutical industry...who
knows what it could be giving to mankind in the future."
A Film By ABC Australia
Distirbuted By Journeyman Pictures
August 2011 28 minutes
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