Category archives: Science

How Holland is and has been fighting floods.


Rating: 9/10 (1 vote )

 

A presentation of the hyperloop project between LA and San Francisco.


Rating: 8/10 (1 vote )

This is the place where they plan the supersonic hyperloop transportation project.

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Bringing the dead back to life: The Cryonics Institute Michigan.


Rating: 8/10 (1 vote )

 A view inside the cryonics institute where dead people are frozen to bring them back to life in the future (atleast they hope so). 24355 Sorrentino Ct, Clinton Twp, MI 48035, USA

A hero combating desertification in the Sahel.


Rating: 10/10 (1 vote )

This documentary shows a man that is trying to reverse desertification by simple means. Time to try this in other countries?

The Comprehensive Documentary about the Ancient history of Egypt (from 3000BC to year 0)


Rating: 8/10 (1 vote )

 

Turning the Jordanian desert into a green agriculture oasis.


Rating: 8/10 (1 vote )

I Think a great way to stop desertification!

How Agriculture got going in modern Israel.


Rating: 10/10 (1 vote )

This docu shows the harsh start and then the rise of agriculture in Israel. It shows Israeli using ingenuity and innovation to make the desert blossom.

Racism and the University of Alabama


Rating: 6/10 (1 vote )

In 1963, the University of Alabama for the first time allowed African Americans to enroll on their courses, but racism is still subject of debate. This documentary is about two sororities that rejected black students in their midst and the controversy it caused.

Antibiotic resistant germs in India.


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Tuberculosis, a disease that does not cause many casualties in the west, is on the rise in India. The cause of this epidemic is the antibiotic resistance of  tuberculosis due to ill treatment of patients. This now is a great problem in developing countries, but in the future may also be a problem in the ...

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