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We Are Here: The Pale Blue Dot (6min) →  June 24, 2010

The Pale Blue Dot is a photograph of planet Earth taken in 1990 by Voyager 1 from a record distance, showing it against the vastness of space. By request of Carl Sagan, NASA commanded the Voyager 1 spacecraft, having completed its primary mission and now leaving the Solar System, to turn its camera around and to take a photograph of Earth […]

Ted Turner Interviews Carl Sagan (44min) →  May 26, 2010

Episode 14 Cosmos: A Personal Voyage: “Ted Turner Interviews Dr. Sagan” Some versions of the series including the first North American home video release included a specially made 14th episode, which consisted of an hour-long interview between Sagan and Ted Turner,[8] in which the two discussed the series and new discoveries in the years since […]

Carl Sagan’s last interview (20min) →  May 18, 2010

Carl Sagan gave his last interview with Charlie rose on May 27th 1996. He discussed pseudo-science, religion, unfounded claims, his personal love affair with science and his struggle with myelodysplasia as well as other elements of his last book: The Demon-Haunted World. The Demon-Haunted World changed my life in ways more profound than I thought […]

Meltup (55 min) →  May 13, 2010

National Inflation Association. (NIA) believes Meltup is the most important economic documentary ever produced in world history. The Second American Revolution has begun! Please share this documentary with all of your friends and family members immediately! This is a sequel to NIA’s critically acclaimed “Hyperinflation Nation” and its latest documentary “The Dollar Bubble,” which has […]

Surgery’s past, present and robotic future →  June 29, 2009

The talk about surgical robots is also a talk about surgery. And while I’ve tried to make my images not too graphic, keep in mind that surgeons have a different relationship with blood than normal people do. Because after all, what a surgeon does to a patient, if it were done without consent, would be […]

Searching for Extraterrestrial Life →  June 1, 2009

Michio Kaku On Aliens On Physics and the why we have not found them.

The Future of Civilization →  June 1, 2009

Theoretical physicist and 2057 host Michio Kaku speculates on the future of civilization. He uses The Kardashev scale to explain his speculations. The Kardashev scale is a method of measuring a civilization’s level of technological advancement. The scale is only theoretical and in terms of an actual civilization highly speculative; however, it puts energy consumption […]

DeKa prosthetic arm can wield power tools →  May 31, 2009

Next week is VA Research Week, so this week officials from the Veterans Affairs Department were on Capitol Hill talking about past advances in medical technology and showing off some of their newest successes. The most grabbing one – literally – is the new DEKA arm, a cooperative project between the VA and the Defense […]