The luxuriantly bearded Pirate Captain is a boundlessly enthusiastic, if somewhat less-than-successful, terror of the High Seas. With a rag-tag crew at his side, and seemingly blind to the impossible odds stacked against him, the Captain has one dream: to beat his bitter rivals Black Bellamy and Cutlass Liz to the much coveted Pirate of the Year Award. It’s a quest that takes our heroes from the shores of exotic Blood Island to the foggy streets of Victorian London. Along the way they battle a diabolical queen and team up with a haplessly smitten young scientist, but never lose sight of what a pirate loves best: adventure!
Why are we here, how did we come to be, and can these common existential questions best be explained through faith or proven facts? Oxford University Professor of Neuroscience Colin Blakemore gives viewers an overview of Christianity's historically volatile relationship with science in this amusing and thought provoking film. Blakemore explains that tolerance for scientific inquiry and challenges to church doctrine were generally tolerated until a turning point in the 1500s. It was at this time accusations of heresy started to arise and scholars too often found themselves branded as heretics. Scientists and educators were forced underground lest they be tortured into confessions of heresy, a crime punishable by execution.
A group of nuclear scientists try to make sure top secret information about atomic weapons does not fall into the wrong hands.
In the name of their new album TV en Francais, enjoy this rather preposterous, oh so enjoyable hang with We Are Scientists, s'il vous plait. Merci!
Documentary about Indian university science majors.
There is no difference between natural foods and genetically modified foods? That’s not what research says. This documentary discusses those who have spoken out against the scientific government scam of genetically modified foods and have been fired, harassed and other things as well as the results of their research.
Obsessed with finding answers in her groundbreaking genetic research, a young scientist is thrown into free-fall when she becomes pregnant with her dead husband's child and is suddenly confronted by the unknowable - absorbed into a realm of mystical female consciousness both terrifying and transcendent.
Young Scientists of the Year was a BBC1 television series in the 1970s.
Genius of Britain is a five-part television documentary presented by leading British scientific figures, such as Stephen Hawking, Richard Dawkins, James Dyson, David Attenborough, Robert Winston, Paul Nurse, Jim Al-Khalili, Kathy Sykes and Olivia Judson. The series charts the history of some of Britain's most important scientists and innovators. It was first broadcast on Channel 4 on 30 May 2010.