In this prophetic 2003 talk -- just days before Dolly the sheep was stuffed -- biotech ethicist Gregory Stock looked forward to new, more meaningful (and controversial) technologies, like customizable babies, whose adoption might drive human evolution.
1953 Looney Tunes cartoon featuring Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf. This is the first short featuring these characters and is the prototype for the following 6 episodes.
Like all Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf shorts, this one revolves around Ralph Wolf trying to steal the sheep which Sam Sheepdog is guarding. Ralph does not work with Sam in this one, unlike later shorts.
Take a big bite out of this super douche-burger ad campaign where women are nags and men are jackasses.
Travis Pastrana skydives without a parachute.
Steel Hawk Inc. is offering a full refund to customers who bought the non-flesh-shredding bullets.
Worlds fastest street legal Electric Car 1972 Datsun 1200 White Zombie.
Sarah Haskins discusses the appeal and fun of Barbie!
From Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.
Jason Jones exposes the rise in STDs among senior citizens by getting a taste of the South Florida nightlife.
On the day Barack Obama was elected the 44th President, more than 58 million voters cast their ballots for John McCain. In the months leading up to this historic election, filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi (HBO's Emmy-winning "Journeys with George") took a road trip to meet some of the conservative Americans who waited in line for hours to support the GOP ticket, and saw their hopes and dreams evaporate in the wake of that Democratic victory. These voters share their feelings about the changing America in which they live.
Apes: more alike than different. Researchers set up tests to show that great apes can recognize themselves in the mirror. Human Ape : MON MARCH 17 8P et/pt : channel.nationalgeographic.com
Filmed Dec 4, 1974 for the Dick Cavett Show.
What do women want? We want weddings! And We've got them. On WE, the channel that puts the "we" in "wedding."
The IFC Media Project's "News Junkie" deconstructs the mainstream media's half-baked coverage of Somali Pirates.
An animated short by ghOst Productions.
"We built this reel from the ground up to showcase the talents of ghOst Productions at the 2009 American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons in Las Vegas. Instead of showing pre-existing client work in our reel, we thought it would be more fun to make a character animation, break nearly every bone in his body and then surgically repair him in under 3 minutes."