Wednesday, August 29, 2012

The Slender Man

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The Slender Man was first mentioned in Something Awful Forum's "Create Paranormal Images". Slender Man generally appears (in modern times) as a tall man in a black or grey suit, red or black tie, and white shirt, with no eyes, mouth, or clearly defined facial features. It has no hair, and generally has normal-looking bare hands. Slenderman typically is depicted in imagery and literature as between 6 and 15 feet tall, depending on the situation, and in video as around 6-7 feet tall. Because of its inexact nature, and differences between series, no one has yet determined what it is. Currently, the two leading theories as to what the Slenderman may be are the Tulpa Effect and Quantum Theory. The internet popularity of Slenderman has spawned a massive amount of interconnected ARGs, collectively known as the Slenderman Mythos.

Slender Man Documentary Part 1 of 3 



Slender Man Documentary Part 2 of 3 



Slender Man Documentary Part 3 of 3 



Tuesday, August 28, 2012

The Corporation



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The Corporation is today's dominant institution, creating great wealth but also great harm. This 26 award-winning documentary examines the nature, evolution, impacts and future of the modern business corporation and the increasing role it plays in society and our everyday lives.







Sunday, August 26, 2012

Inside the Secret Revolution In Syria : Daraa (BBC documentary)

This documentary about syrian revolution is a compelling “Panorama” programme of BBC Documentary, in which reporter Jane Corbin, tracing the roots of the people’s uprising against the dictatorship of President Bashar al-Assad, focused on Deraa, the town of 80,000 inhabitants in the south of Syria where, after intellectuals and human rights activists began protesting in Damascus in mid-March (followed by many arrests), the townspeople of Deraa took over the struggle against the Assad regime, protesting about how some of their children were arrested and tortured for two weeks after scribbling graffiti critical of the regime.

The film includes shocking footage taken in Deraa by local activists and journalists, breaking through the almost total ban on foreign journalists, some of which has never been shown before, and it reveals how, from the beginning, the regime responded to peaceful protests with random killings by snipers, designed to quell dissent through fear. The footage also reveals how the security forces targeted medical staff inside ambulances, to prevent them from treating the wounded, and also contains other distressing footage from March and April, when the security forces roamed Deraa, seizing people and taking them away — to be tortured, and often killed.

As the protests spread to other towns, the violence increased, and on April 25, Deraa was besieged by the Syrian army, and many more protestors — men, women and children — were killed, both in the town, and amongst supporters from nearby towns who tried to break the blockade and deliver supplies. Others — including children — were taken away and tortured, as happened with 13-year old Hamza al-Khateeb, and it is estimated that across Syria over a hundred children have been killed by the army and the security services since March.

Jane Corbin also traveled to Turkey to meet one particular defector from the Syrian army, a soldier, who explained how armed gangs — the shabia or “ghosts” — were employed as agent provocateurs and hired killers, randomly assassinating people while pretending that they were part of anti-government forces. She also met up with one of the highest-ranking defectors from the Syrian army, Col. Riad al-Asaad, the head of the Free Syria Army, who had just declared his intention to bring down the regime through force. As The Syria Report noted, the official announcement of the existence of the FSA marks the “beginning of armed rebellion.” Al-Asaad stated, “You cannot remove this regime except by force and bloodshed. But our losses will not be worse than we have right now, with the killings, the torture and the dumping of bodies.”

The programme highlighted the problems facing the opposition to the Assad regime — the allegiance to Bashar al-Assad of the majority of officers in the army, who are from the same background as the Assad family (the minority Alawite sect)  — but explained that most soldiers are Sunnis, and that thousands of soldiers are thought to have defected already, creating the possibility that armed resistance may finally prevail where martyrdom has not.

To date, though, at least 2,700 people have been killed in Syria since March, Deraa is still occupied by the army, and, of those killed, 600 have died in Deraa alone,  and 3,000 more have disappeared. As violence again erupted across Syria today,  this programme is a timely insight into the oppression of the Syrian people by the Assad regime, which, as human rights groups have been reporting since the first stories of torture and disappearances emerged, is guilty of crimes against humanity.


The Syrian Revolution Documentary By BBC

This documentary show the why the revolution begun in syria, and the crimes of the syrian regime.





Thursday, August 23, 2012

Faustino Barrientos 40 Years of Complete Isolation Documentary stream


Faustino Barrientos has lived alone on the shores lake O’Higgins’ in a house built from the remains of a shipwrecked fishing vessel, since 1965.
He’s a pastoralist, living mostly off the land and his livestock, with few modern amenities.

His nearest neighbors are in Villa O’Higgins, a small community of several hundred people, 25 miles away, accessible only by a two-day horseback ride through rugged mountain animal paths. Every few years, Faustino makes this ride to sell his cattle in town.

Currently 81 years old, Faustino is reaching the end of his life, and his self-imposed isolation is being encroached upon by the forces of government, economy, and tourism.

VICE went to document his lifestyle and speak with him about the changing face of Patagonia and the gaucho lifestyle.




Apocalypse The World War 2 - Crushing Defeat (1939 --1940) Episode 2 - National Geographic


Apocalypse The  World War 2 - Crushing Defeat is The second episode of this documentary shown in many tv channel, It was first aired from August 20 and 27 and September 3 on the French-speaking Belgian RTBF then on August 23 and 30 and September 6 on the French-speaking Swiss TSR and finally on September 8, 2009 to September 22, 2009 on France 2 channel. The documentary was shown on the Smithsonian Channel in the United States, where it was narrated by actor Martin Sheen,[1] on the National Geographic Channel and Channel 4 in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia[2] and Asia,[3] on YLE Teema in Finland, on Rete 4 in Italy, and on IBA, the national public channel in Israel.




Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Apocalypse: World War 2 - Aggression (1933--1939) Episode 1


Apocalypse: The Second World War is a six-part documentary about the Second World War. The documentary is composed exclusively of actual footage of the war as filmed by war correspondents, soldiers, resistance fighters and private citizens. The series is shown in color, with the black and white footage being fully colorized, save for some original color footage. The only exception to the treatment are most Holocaust scenes, which are presented in the original black and white.

Episode 1: Aggression (1933--1939)

Rise of Nazism
Campaign of Poland
Phoney war

Some of the people documented in the series:
Rose Gowlland -- A British child who was a year old when the war broke out.
Gaston Sirec -- A French truck driver who was imprisoned in a stalag when the Germans defeated France.
Lt. August Graf Kageneck -- A German Tank commander who personifies a typical Wehrmacht soldier as he writes in his journal or to his mother.



Tuesday, August 21, 2012

The Last day of the Dinosaurs

Last Day of the Dinosaurs is a 2010 Discovery Channel television documentary about the extinction of the dinosaurs. It portrays the Alvarez hypothesis as the cause of extinction.

The dinosaur models created for Clash of the Dinosaurs were reused for this program. The Parasaurolophus model was used for Charonosaurus even though the legs of Charonosaurus were shorter than those of Parasaurolophus. The Deinonychus model was used for Saurornithoides (rather inaccurately, as Saurornithoides was slenderer than Deinonychus), and the Sauroposeidon model was used for Alamosaurus (even though Alamosaurus had different proportions than Sauroposeidon). The same Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops, Ankylosaurus, and Quetzalcoatlus models were also used. These models were placed upon different backdrops most of the time than those used in Clash of the Dinosaurs.


Sunday, August 19, 2012

UFO UK new evidence 2012

Complete footage of UFO uk new evidence which aired on National Geographic on june 4 , 2012





Sunday, August 5, 2012

Planet Egypt Quest for Eternity 2011

Explore the great temples of Luxor and Karnak. Cross the Nile to the land of the dead, and enter the elaborately decorated tombs where the kings and queens are buried. Join Egyptologists as they unravel and interpret the riddles of Egypt's intriguing past.




Part 1 : http://www.mediafire.com/?h7iu1fdbd83p4ou
Part 2 : http://www.mediafire.com/?v4p8ve8e03p14rv
Part 3 : http://www.mediafire.com/?bnxo4zst3z4qtmx
Part 4 : http://www.mediafire.com/?e4trnll9j1kpxfa

Saturday, August 4, 2012

I Lost My Job Documentary Streaming

I Lost My Job is a documentary film which sets out to explore the phenomenon which is affecting and due to affect many people’s lives – namely, technological unemployment.

The documentary also examines what we can do about it as a society through the analysis of a transitional direction.

Particular questions need to be raised about this subject. What are the social consequences of ongoing technological unemployment within our current economic system?

How do we handle such a situation when this process is inevitable with the ongoing emergence of machine automation and new technologies taking over repetitive jobs?





Thursday, August 2, 2012

Inside Nature's Giants 5/18 Great White Shark Documentary streaming


The experts travel to South Africa to dissect a 900kg, 15-foot-long great white shark.

Comparative anatomist Joy Reidenberg uncovers the shark's incredible array of senses, including the ability to detect the electro-magnetic field given off by other creatures.

Veterinary scientist Mark Evans investigates the origins of the shark's infamous killing bite and, out at sea, a bite force test on a live great white shows just how powerful those jaws really are.

Evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins explains how sharks' teeth and jaws evolved from their outer skin and gill arches.

And the programme asks whether the animal's reputation as a man killer is really deserved.


Prehistoric Predators Razor Jaws National Geographic Documentary


Prehistoric Predators is a National Geographic Channel documentary that was based on different predators that lived in our past e.g.: Smilodon, Megalodon etc. 

It was featured on Nat Geo during 2007. The series investigate how this beast hunt and fight other creatures that live along with them, and show what drove them into extinction. The show investigative style some what followed by the recent Discovery Channel documentary, Monsters Resurrected.


 

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