Titanic SUPER 3D

Titanic is back, digitally upgraded with new 3D motion feel technology.


Arthur C. Clarke Internet & PC, 1974

In1974 Arthur C. Clarke told the ABC that every household in 2001 will have a computer and be connected all over the world.

"He will have in his own housea console through which he can talk to his friendly local computer and get all the information he needs for his everyday life, like his bank statements, theatre reservationsall the information you need in the course of living in a complex modern society. This will be in a compact form in his own house. Youll have a television screenand a keyboard and hell talk to the computer and get information from it. And hell take it as much for granted as we take the telephone."

Courtesy of Australian Broadcasting Corporation.


Drain the Ocean

Drain the Ocean - Discovery Channel

The oceans cover three-quarters of our planet, hiding a whole other world beneath the waves. If we could pull an imaginary plug at the bottom of the sea and, layer by layer, expose the majesty and mystery of what lies beneath, we would be astounded.


Attenborough: Elephant Seals

Elephant seals gather on a breeding beach, and the beachmaster starts to fight off rival males. Amazing clip from BBC One's Life in the Freezer, with David Attenborough.

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Horizon: Who's Afraid of Designer Babies

Every parent wants their child to have the best in life. But would this extend to picking the best genes for them? To date, genetic technology has only been used to treat serious disease in children. But as ways are developed to manipulate our DNA, there are those who think that parents will inevitably want to choose their children's genes, and create 'designer babies'.


The Onion: Man with Nice Eyes Blown

Female voters can't help fawning over sexist GOP candidates, a homesick kid on a sleepover just needs to tough it the fuck out, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson lets it slip that he's been to Mars.


Civil Rights Roundtable 1963

Marlon Brando, James Baldwin, Harry Belafonte, Charlton Heston, Joseph Minklelwitz, and Sidney Poitier, talk about the Civil Rights Movement of 1963.


South Park: Easter Showdown

Stan tries to get the real story behind the decoration of eggs for Easter.

Instead he falls in with an eccentric society that guards a legendary secret.

Here Stan asks for help from Jesus, who eventually comes through.

From South Park.