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Building Gods

As our technology progresses so does the understanding of our reality and how it really works. This documentary explores how science is inching its way forward to a computer or “other” human engineered system might be created that would possess the ability to house consciousness. Although this documentary doesn’t exactly bring up the subject of the “singularity” directly it certainly leaves

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That’s Impossible: Cloaking Technology

History Investigates cloaking Technology, from attempts by ancient civilizations to the current bleeding edge attempts at mastering this game changing technology.

Einstein’s Equation Of Life and Death

In the summer of 1939 Albert Einstein was on holiday in a small resort town on the tip of Long Island. His peaceful summer, however, was about to be shattered by a visit from an old friend and colleague from his years in Berlin. The visitor was the physicist Leo Szilard. He had come to tell Einstein that he feared the Nazis could soon be

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Evolution of the B-2 Stealth Bomber

Take a never-before-seen look inside the world’s most powerful and most deadly aircraft – The B-2 Stealth Bomber. Produced in cooperation with the United States Air Force, this documentary provides unprecedented, full-clearance access to this amazing aircraft.

Online Privacy, Expert Roundtable

The latest 5Across video show from PBS MediaShift is about Online Privacy and is part of an in-depth series at MediaShift on how people can protect their privacy online. The show includes Joanne McNabb from the California Office of Privacy Protection, Lee Tien from the EFF, Anne Toth of Yahoo, Declan McCullagh of CNET and Ryan Calo from Stanford.

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The Great Robot Race

The DARPA Grand Challenge—a raucous race for robotic, driverless vehicles sponsored by the Pentagon, which awards a $2 million purse to the winning team. Armed with artificial intelligence, laser-guided vision, GPS navigation, and 3-D mapping systems, the contenders are some of the world’s most advanced robots. Yet even their formidable technology and mechanical prowess may not be enough to overcome the grueling 130-mile

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Charles Babbage and his Difference Engine No.2

Charles Babbage (1791-1871), computer pioneer, designed the first automatic computing engines. He invented computers but failed to build them. The first complete Babbage Engine was completed in London in 2002, 153 years after it was designed. Difference Engine No. 2, built faithfully to the original drawings, consists of 8,000 parts, weighs five tons, and measures 11 feet long.

OVERVIEW – In London, during the summer

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Weather Modification

The power to use tornadoes, hurricanes, and the deadliest weather as weapons of war may now be possible. We’ll investigate reports that weather weapons are in development and we’ll reveal the technology that in the future could turn hurricanes, earthquake, even tsunamis into some of the most powerful and plausibly deniable weapons of mass destruction the world has ever seen.

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Download: True Story of the Internet

1. Browser Wars – This is the story of an epic battle between America’s mightiest corporation and a small group of “computer geeks” who created a revolutionary technology.

2. Search – In a few short years, a new and unique way of finding information revolutionized the Web. In the process, Google grew into one of the largest companies in the United States.

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HAARP:What is HAARP, Why do we need it

HAARP, an acronym for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program is, to many people a mystery. Its purpose is to analyze the ionosphere and investigate the potential for developing ionospheric enhancement technology for radio communications and surveillance purposes such as missile detection. The HAARP program operates a major Arctic facility, known as the HAARP Research Station, on an Air Force owned site near Gakona, Alaska.

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