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97%VideoMar 2014

Tony Benn interview from Michael Moore's 'Sicko' #1

(9:59) Wise words from socialist Tony Benn describing the political landscape.

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97%VideoSep 2011

Colour is in the eye of the beholder

(7:56) Fascinating BBC Horizon clip shows the link between colour and language, as demonstrated by tests with the Himba tribe of Namibia.

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97%VideoSep 2011

WTC 7, the third building that collapsed seven hours later

9/11 conspiracy theories abound. In a 2008 poll of 17 countries, 15% of those surveyed believed the US government was responsible for the attacks, 7% believed Israel was and another 7% believed some other perpetrator, other than al Qaeda, was responsible (Source: Wikipedia). The collapse of WTC 7 is the most prominent of all the theories. This is the trailer for a documentary by architects and engineers for 9/11 truth. Next two videos debunk the conspiracy theories. What do you think?

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97%VideoApr 2009

Hiroshima atom bomb drop reconstruction

(9:31) To date the only attack with nuclear weapons in the history of warfare, killing as many as 140,000 people.

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96%VideoSep 2011

The amazing Lyrebird of Australia (new footage)

(1:20) You may have already seen the Superb Lyrebird from BBC's documentary "The Life of Birds". This clip includes outtakes that show even better the Lyrebird's phenomenal ability to mimic sounds.

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96%VideoSep 2012

Seadragons dance into the night

(3:36) Named for their uncanny resemblance to the plant life around them, a male weedy seadragon seduces a female with some fancy fin work.

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96%VideoJan 2013

Squirrel blows it

(0:20) Great editing by the BBC.

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96%VideoSep 2014

Young guitarist clashes with his parents over his future

(7:32) That young person is Alex Lifeson, guitarist for Canadian prog rockers Rush.

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96%VideoDec 2014

Adam Curtis - The new system of political control

(5:08) From Adam Curtis' documentary about our shape-shifting world 'Bitter Lake'.

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96%VideoJan 2015

Largest glacier calving ever filmed

(4:41) Glacier calving, aka ice calving, is the breaking off of chunks of ice at the edge of a glacier. In May 2008, Adam LeWinter and Jeff Orlowski were filming at the Ilulissat Glacier in Western Greenland for the documentary 'Chasing Ice' when the witnessed the break up of the glacier's edge. The calving event lasted for 75 minutes and the glacier retreated a full mile across a calving face three miles wide.

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