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Monday, July 7, 2008

The United States Air Force Superiority.

United States Air Superiority.

The World Best Air Force with the Top Best Jet flighters.

Saturday, May 10, 2008

A Beautiful Mind: The Life of Mathematical Genius and Nobel Laureate John Nash

Author:Sylvia Nasar
Format:PDF 0.85MB
Pages: 464 pages
Publisher: Touchstone (November 27, 2001)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0743224574 ISBN-13: 978-0743224574

Book Description

Stories of famously eccentric Princetonians abound--such as that of chemist Hubert Alyea, the model for The Absent-Minded Professor, or Ralph Nader, said to have had his own key to the library as an undergraduate. Or the "Phantom of Fine Hall," a figure many students had seen shuffling around the corridors of the math and physics building wearing purple sneakers and writing numerology treatises on the blackboards. The Phantom was John Nash, one of the most brilliant mathematicians of his generation, who had spiraled into schizophrenia in the 1950s. His most important work had been in game theory, which by the 1980s was underpinning a large part of economics. When the Nobel Prize committee began debating a prize for game theory, Nash's name inevitably came up--only to be dismissed, since the prize clearly could not go to a madman. But in 1994 Nash, in remission from schizophrenia, shared the Nobel Prize in economics for work done some 45 years previously.

Economist and journalist Sylvia Nasar has written a biography of Nash that looks at all sides of his life. She gives an intelligent, understandable exposition of his mathematical ideas and a picture of schizophrenia that is evocative but decidedly unromantic. Her story of the machinations behind Nash's Nobel is fascinating and one of very few such accounts available in print (the CIA could learn a thing or two from the Nobel committees). This highly recommended book is indeed "a story about the mystery of the human mind, in three acts: genius, madness, reawakening."


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A Beautiful Math: John Nash, Game Theory, And the Modern Quest for a Code of Nature.

Tom Siegfried, A Beautiful Math: John Nash, Game Theory, And the Modern Quest for a Code of Nature.

Joseph Henry Press ISBN 0309101921 2006 PDF 1 MB 273 pages

John Nash won the 1994 Nobel Prize in economics for pioneering research published in the 1950s on a new branch of mathematics known as game theory. At the time of Nash's early work, game theory was briefly popular among some mathematicians and Cold War analysts. But it remained relatively obscure until the 1970s, when evolutionary biologists began to find it useful.
In the 1980s economists began to embrace game theory. Since then game theory math has found an ever expanding repertoire of applications among a wide range of scientific disciplines.
Today neuroscientists peer into game players' brains, anthropologists play games with people from primitive cultures, biologists use games to explain the evolution of human language, and mathematicians exploit games to better understand social networks.

A common thread connecting much of this research is its relevance to the ancient quest for a science of human social behavior, or "a Code of Nature," in the spirit of the fictional science of psychohistory described in the famous Foundation novels by the late Isaac Asimov. In A Beautiful Math, acclaimed science writer Tom Siegfried describes how game theory links the life sciences, social sciences and physical sciences in a way that may bring Asimov's dream closer to reality.


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Master Your Mind Design Your Destiny

Master Your Mind Design Your Destiny- Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group Pte Ltd 2004 English ISBN 9810508565 348 pages PDF 15.5 MBA

National Best Seller "MASTER YOUR MIND, DESIGN YOUR DESTINY" proven strategies to that empower you to achieve anything you want in life. Do you truly desire to produce expectional results in your life? To be a powerful communicator, charismatic leader, millionare entrepreneur, straight 'A' student, creative genius or record-breaking sales professional? Well you can! You already posses all the mental resources you need to achieve any resuly you want. Most peoples fail to live a life of excellence simply beacuse they lack control of their immense potential. In this book, you will learn how to take immediate control of your life and develop your personal roadmap to success. You will learn how to model and replicate the success blueprints of exceptional individuals and install these winning mindsets, patterns and strategies within yourself.


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Sunday, May 4, 2008

The Trap: What Happened To Our Dream Of Freedom?

Series information (Source: Wikipedia)
The Trap: What Happened to Our Dream of Freedom is a BBC documentary series by English filmmaker Adam Curtis, well known for other documentaries including The Century of the Self and The Power of Nightmares. It began airing on BBC Two on 11 March 2007.

The series consists of three, one-hour programmes which explore the concept and definition of freedom, specifically "how a simplistic model of human beings as self-seeking, almost robotic, creatures led to today's idea of freedom."

The Trap: What Happened To Our Dream Of Freedom,

Episode 1 - F**k You Buddy
F**k You BuddyIn this episode, Curtis examines the rise of game theory during the Cold War and the way in which its mathematical models of human behaviour filtered into economic thought.



Episode 2 - The Lonely Robot
The Lonely RobotThe second episode reiterated many of the ideas of the first, but developed the theme that the drugs such as Prozac and lists of psychological symptoms which might indicate anxiety or depression were being used to normalise behaviour and make humans behave more predictably, like machines. This was not presented as a conspiracy theory, but as a logical (although unpredicted) outcome of market-driven self-diagnosis by checklist, discussed in the previous programme.



Episode 3 - We Will Force You To Be Free
The final programme focussed on the concepts of positive and negative liberty introduced in the 1950s by Isaiah Berlin. Curtis briefly explains how negative liberty could be defined as freedom from coercion, and positive liberty as the opportunity to strive to fulfill one’s potential.



A beautiful mind

Who is John Forbes Nash?

John Nash arrives at Princeton University as a new graduate student. He is a recipient of the prestigious Carnegie Prize for mathematics. Though he was promised a single room, his roommate Charles, a literature student, greets him as he moves in and soon becomes his best friend. Nash also meets a group of other promising math and science graduate students, Martin Hansen, Sol, Ainsley, and Bender, with whom he strikes up an awkward friendship. Nash admits to Charles that he is better with numbers than people, which comes as no surprise to them after watching his largely unsuccessful attempts at conversation with the women at the local bar.

Nash is seeking a truly original idea for his thesis paper, and he is under increasing pressure to develop his thesis so he can begin work. A particularly harsh rejection from a woman at the bar is what ultimately inspires his fruitful work in the concept of governing dynamics, a theory in mathematical economics.

After the conclusion of Nashs studies as a student at Princeton, he accepts a prestigious appointment at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), along with his friends Sol and Bender. Russell Crowe as John Nash. Russell Crowe as John Nash.

Five years later while teaching a class on Calculus at MIT, he places a particularly interesting problem on the chalkboard that he dares his students to solve. When his student Alicia Larde comes to his office to discuss the problem, the two fall in love and eventually marry.

On a return visit to Princeton, Nash runs into his former roommate Charles and meets Charles young niece Marcee, whom he adores. He also encounters a mysterious Department of Defense agent, William Parcher. Nash is invited to a secret United States Department of Defense facility in the Pentagon to crack a complex encryption of an enemy telecommunication. Nash is able to decipher the code mentally to the astonishment of other codebreakers.

Parcher observes Nashs performance from above, while partially concealed behind a screen. Parcher gives Nash a new assignment to look for patterns in magazines and newspapers, ostensibly to thwart a Soviet plot. He must write a report of his findings and place them in a specified mailbox. After being chased by the Russians and an exchange of gunfire, Nash becomes increasingly paranoid and begins to behave erratically.

After observing this erratic behavior, Alicia informs a psychiatric hospital. Later, while delivering a guest lecture at Harvard University, Nash realizes that he is being watched by a hostile group of people. Although he attempts to flee, he is forcibly sedated and sent to a psychiatric facility. Nash's internment seemingly confirms his belief that the Soviets were trying to extract information from him. He views the officials of the psychiatric facility as Soviet kidnappers.

Alicia, desperate to help her husband, visits the mailbox and retrieves the never-opened "top secret" documents that Nash had delivered there. When confronted with this evidence, Nash is finally convinced that he has been hallucinating. The Department of Defense agent William Parcher and Nash's secret assignment to decode Soviet messages was in fact all a delusion. Even more surprisingly, Nash's friend Charles and his niece Marcee are also only products of Nash's mind.

After a painful series of insulin shock therapy sessions, Nash is released on the condition that he agrees to take antipsychotic medication. However, the drugs create negative side-effects that affect his relationship with his wife and, most dramatically, his intellectual capacity. Frustrated, Nash secretly stops taking his medication and hoards his pills, triggering a relapse of his psychosis.

While bathing his infant son, Nash becomes distracted and wanders off. Alicia is hanging laundry in the backyard and observes that the back gate is open. She discovers that Nash has turned an abandoned shed in a nearby grove of trees into an office for his work for Parcher. Upon realizing what has happened, Alicia runs into the house to confront Nash and barely saves their child from drowning in the bathtub. When she confronts him, Nash claims that his friend Charles was watching their son. Alicia runs to the phone to call the psychiatric hospital for emergency assistance. Parcher urges Nash to kill his wife, but Nash angrily refuses to do such a thing. After arguing with Parcher, Nash accidentally knocks Alicia to the ground. Afterwards, Alicia flees the house in fear with their child, but Nash steps in front of her car to prevent her from leaving. After a moment, Nash realizes that Marcee is a figment of his hallucinations because she has remained the same age since the day he met her. He tells Alicia, "She never gets old." Only then does he accept that all three people are, in fact, part of his hallucinations. (It is important to note that in real life, Nash suffered from auditory hallucinations and possible delusions, instead of visual hallucinations).

Caught between the intellectual paralysis of the antipsychotic drugs and his delusions, Nash and Alicia decide to try to live with his abnormal condition. Nash consciously says goodbye to the three of them forever in his attempts to ignore his hallucinations and not feed his demons. However, he thanks Charles for being his best friend over the years, and says a tearful goodbye to Marcee, stroking her hair and calling her "baby girl", telling them both he wouldn't speak to them anymore.

Nash grows older and approaches his old friend and intellectual rival Martin Hansen, now head of the Princeton mathematics department, who grants him permission to work out of the library and audit classes, though the university will not provide him with his own office. Though Nash still suffers from hallucinations and mentions taking newer medications, he is ultimately able to live with and largely ignore his psychotic episodes. He takes his situation in stride and humorously checks to ensure that any new acquaintances are in fact real people, not hallucinations.

Nash eventually earns the privilege of teaching again. He is honored by his fellow professors for his achievement in mathematics, and goes on to win the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics for his revolutionary work on game theory. Nash and Alicia are about to leave the auditorium in Stockholm, when John sees Charles, Marcee and Parcher standing and smiling. Alicia asks John, "What's wrong?" John replies, "Nothing." With that, they both leave the auditorium.


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Thursday, May 1, 2008

Life After People.

If humans were suddenly to disappear, what would happen to our planet - the structures we've built, the everyday items we take for granted, domesticated and wild animals, plants, trees? What would become of the things that define our species and leave our mark on this Earth?

Visit the ghostly villages surrounding Chernobyl (abandoned by humans after the 1986 nuclear disaster), travel to remote islands off the coast of Maine to search for abandoned towns that have vanished from view in only a few decades, then head beneath the streets of New York to see how subway tunnels may become watery canals.

HISTORY takes you on an amazing visual journey in LIFE AFTER PEOPLE, a though-provoking adventure that combines movie-quality visual effects with insights with insights from experts in the fields of engineering, botany, ecology, biology, geology, climatology, and archeology to demonstrate how the very landscape of our planet will change in our absence.


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Global Warming: What You Need To Know

Discovery Channel has formed a global alliance with the BBC and NBC News Productions to gather cutting edge research on climate change that will be revealed in Global Warming: What You Need To Know hosted by Tom Brokaw. The two-hour special moves beyond the debate to present the facts about climate change. The leading scientists working on the front lines of climate change take viewers around the world to the heart of the latest research, revealing the realities of global warming and the future of the planet. New state of the art computer models paint the picture of a globally warmed world, and viewers learn if previous information has been wrong; what is fact and what is fiction; and if global warming is really happening.

Discovery Channel visited global warming tipping points across the planet, talked to the world's leading experts, and examined the latest evidence about global warming for Global Warming: What You Need To Know. Produced by Discovery Channel, the BBC and NBC News Productions, and hosted by award-winning journalist Tom Brokaw, the two-hour special presented the facts and encouraged viewers to determine their own opinion about global warming.

The two-hour special decoded the buzzwords and armed viewers with an arsenal of clear definitions and visual depictions to explain the greenhouse effect, carbon dioxide emissions, CFCs, effects on weather and rising sea levels. CGI and cutting-edge climate computer models helped viewers see into the future at a world significantly changed by unchecked global warming.

Global Warming: What You Need To Know took viewers to global warming hot spots where the planet is most affected by climate change - into rushing subterranean rivers deep in Patagonian glaciers, into the drought-stricken Amazon, on coral reefs ravaged by rising ocean temperatures, into a massive Chinese coal mine, and many more.

The international team of experts, including NASA's top climate scientist Dr. James Hansen, and Princeton University professors Michael Oppenheimer and Stephen Pacala, discussed the current realities of global warming and predicted the future of the planet. Many of the experts addressed natural warming and cooling cycles going back 600,000 years, and discussed if the present warming trend is unnatural.

Global Warming: What You Need To Know demonstrated how much carbon dioxide the average American family produces and presented a graphical timeline of global warming throughout history. Finally, the special looked at technical solutions, both great and small, from giant gas injection rigs in the ocean, to more efficient architecture in cities, to what the average American family can do to slow global warming.



Wednesday, April 30, 2008

The Great Global Warming Swindle / Wygodne Kłamstwo (2007) *DVDrip*

A debunking of the current global warming fraternity:"Campaigners say the time for debate is over. Any criticism, no matter how scientifically rigorous, is illegitimate. Even worse, dangerous.But in this film, it will be shown that the earth's climate is always changing. That there is nothing unusual about the current temperature, and the scientific evidence does not support the notion that climate is driven by carbon dioxide (CO2), man-made or otherwise.Everywhere you are being told that man-made climate change is proved beyond doubt. But you are being told, lies."Quotes:"There is no direct evidence which links 20th century global warming to anthroprogenic [man-made] greenhouse gasses."

"We can't say that CO2 will drive climate, it certainly never did in the past." "The global warming alarm is dressed up as science. But its not science, its propaganda." "[we are being told that] If the CO2 increases in the atmosphere as a greenhouse gas, then the temperature will go up. But the ice-core records shows exactly the opposite. So the fundamental assumption, the most fundamental assumption, the assumption of the whole theory of climate change due to humans is shown to be wrong."


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An Inconvenient Truth

Paramount Home Entertainment, former Vice President Al Gore presents a compelling look at the state of global warming in the fascinating and startling documentary AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH.

Larry King called it "One of the most important films ever" and Roger Friedman of wrote, "It doesn't matter whether you're a Republican or Democrat, liberal or conservative...your mind will be changed in a nanosecond."

Director Davis Guggenheim eloquently weaves the science of global warming with Mr. Gore's personal history and lifelong commitment to reversing the effects of global climate change. A longtime advocate for the environment, Gore presents a wide array of facts and information in a thoughtful and compelling way. "Al Gore strips his presentations of politics, laying out the facts for the audience to draw their own conclusions in a charming, funny and engaging style, and by the end has everyone on the edge of their seats, gripped by his haunting message," said Guggenheim. An Inconvenient Truth is not a story of despair but rather a rallying cry to protect the one earth we all share. "It is now clear that we face a deepening global climate crisis that requires us to act boldly, quickly, and wisely," said Gore. Written by Plantation Productions.



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The 11th Hour.


The 11th Hour is a 2007 feature film documentary, created, produced and narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, on the state of the natural environment. It was directed by Leila Conners Petersen and Nadia Conners and financed by Adam Lewis, Pierre André Senizergues and Doyle Brunson, and distributed by Warner Independent Pictures.

Its world premiere was at the 2007 60th Annual Cannes Film Festival (May 16-27, 2007) and it was released on August 17, 2007, in the year in which the Fourth Assessment Report of the United Nations global warming panel IPCC was published and about a year after Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, a movie-documentary about global warming.



Sunday, April 27, 2008

The Armenian Genocide

This is the story of the first genocide of the 20th century when more than one million Armenians died at the hands of the Ottoman Turks during World War I. The powerful documentary features never-before-seen historical footage of the events and key players of one of the major untold stories of the 20th century. It is narrated by Julianna Margulies and includes historical narrations by Ed Harris, Natalie Portman, Laura Linney and Orlando Bloom, among others. Filmed in the United States, France, Germany, Belgium, Turkey and Syria, The Armenian Genocide features discussions with Kurdish and Turkish citizens in modern-day Turkey who speak openly about the stories told to them by their parents and grandparents. To this day, the Turkish government denies that the genocide occurred and maintains this position steadfastly. “As Turkey seeks to join the European Union, 90 years later, this film can give people a much better understanding of why this issue is such an important and current part of the international conversation about Turkey role in the world today, says Andrew Goldberg, the program producer, director and writer.

Armenian Genocide: Exploring the Issues
Hosted by NPR Scott Simon, this 30-minute documentary chronicles the events that led to the deaths of more than one million Armenians during World War I. Its intent is not to balance the documentary but to further explore the question of how historians can come to such divergent conclusions about these events. As Scott Simon acknowledges in the follow-up discussion, bringing together these two sides is almost unprecedented. The program features four panelists:Taner Akcam, Ph.D. (visiting associate professor of history, University of Minnesota), Peter Balakian, Ph.D. (professor of the humanities, Colgate University), Justin McCarthy, Ph.D. (professor of history, University of Louisville) and Ömer Turan, Ph.D. (associate professor of history, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey).



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Saturday, April 26, 2008

The Universe S01 / S02

The Universe Season 1

At no other time since humans first contemplated the stars has our understanding of the unimaginably vast Cosmos grown so rapidly. We know immeasurably more about what's beyond our atmosphere than we did a century ago. We know far, far more than we knew even a decade ago.

In this epic documentary miniseries, THE UNIVERSE takes you to the leading edge of our ever-expanding astronomical knowledge. A virtual collision of astronomy and history, these ten dense, enlightening hours (13 episodes total) of unprecedented programming give unique insight - through recreations and animations - on the great "Eureka!" moments of celestial understanding and into the very latest celestial discoveries.

And with these strikingly realistic computer reconstructions, you'll travel to the outer edges of the Known. Tour THE UNIVERSE! Experience the Cosmos as no-one ever has - not peering at dots through a telescope or scanning pages of numbers - but firsthand. Flirt with a black hole's Event Horizon, rove the surface of Mars, plunge into the Sun.

Further, this series gives serious, constructive consideration to the great human questions: Are we alone? Is Planet Earth as insignificant to the Cosmos as a drop of water? Is there anywhere else out there that that can support life? Or, is there truly no place like home?


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The Universe Season 2

In this epic documentary series, THE UNIVERSE takes you to the leading edge of our ever-expanding astronomical knowledge. A virtual collision of astronomy and history, these dense, enlightening episodes of unprecedented programming give unique insight - through recreations and animations - on the great "Eureka!" moments of celestial understanding and into the very latest discoveries.

This insightful series gives serious, constructive consideration to the great human questions: Are we alone? Is Planet Earth as insignificant to the Cosmos as a drop of water? Is there anywhere else out there that that can support life? Or, is there truly no place like home?

In the second boundless season of THE UNIVERSE, THE HISTORY CHANNEL takes you far beyond the comfort of our own solar system to discover the wonders of Deep Space. Venturing light-years from Earth, these programs guide you to the most fascinating phenomena and stunning events known to science.

Experience the Cosmos as no-one ever has - not peering at dots through a telescope or scanning pages of numbers - but firsthand. Strikingly realistic computer reconstructions give you a front-row seat at the hottest events in THE UNIVERSE, from colliding celestial bodies to collapsing suns, from distant, possibly viable planets to mysteries that defy explanation.
It's not infinite, but it sure is close. It's THE UNIVERSE!


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Massive Nature


New six part series. Imagine amidst the mayhem, you could be at the heart of the action, alongside animals who might die, so the rest may live. This spectacular new series unravels the mystery behind the world’s most dramatic wildlife events.

From the great sardine run to the mighty wildebeest migration - mobs rule. Coming up in the series are millions of African flamingos hunted down by baboons, endless swarms of tiny Texan bats who run the gauntlet of marauding snakes and hawks, and millions of wilderbeest that face the crocodile-infested Mara river in Tanzania.

Part 1 - The Deep
The greatest shoal on Earth - billions of tiny sardines - are on a collision course with thousands of dolphins, sharks, seals and gannets. Will any fish survive the attack? Will the sharks turn on the dolphins? Can animals make their own luck - when faced with mortal danger and is there anywhere to hide in the crowd?

Part 2 - The Trap
One million flamingos - the world’s greatest flock, come face to face with baboons and fish eagles on East Africa’s Lake Bogoria.
This is the only place where these predators kill flamingos - so why do the flamingos come here? Can the power of the flock overcome this threat? It seems that individual survival at the Lake is not simply a matter of luck - Massive Nature uncovers the secrets of a flamingos success.

Part 3 - The crossing
Is about the wildebeest that cross the Mara River in search of the best grazing whilst the area is crowded with opportunistic predators and scavengers.

Part 4 - The falls
Follows the challanges faced by 300 million salmon migrating up rivers across Alaska to spawn in their own birth place all while risking ambush by grizzly bears and bald eagles along the way.

Part 5 - The Edge
When thousands of young Adelie penguins leave the colony to start their adult life at sea, they face a terrifying ordeal. A huge predatory leopard seal is waiting for them just offshore. But which penguin chicks will get through? Is survival down to luck, or can past actions influence a penguin’s fate?

Part 6 -The Exodus
40 million bats exiting a single Texan cave run a gauntlet of snakes and hawks. Half the bats are babies on their maiden flight, so how will they survive ?
This is the biggest flock of bats on the planet, but strength in numbers is not their only defence. Massive Nature investigates how where and when you fly in the flock can make the ultimate difference between life and death.







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State of the Planet (2000)

Everywhere you turn there is confusion about the current state of our planet; with talk of rainforest destruction, global warming, extinction of species, rising sea levels and drought. In this series David Attenborough brings his matter-of-fact clarity to the subject, investigating the latest scientific research to explain the situation in simple terms for the first time.

Over the course of three programmes, his quest takes him on a truly global trail, from Kenya to Ecuador, from the Phillipines and the Maldives to Easter Island, and from South Africa to California.

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A Global Warning 2007

Arctic ice is melting sea levels are rising and glaciers are shrinking at alarming rates. And the Earth is getting unmistakably warmer. But is this vast potentially catastrophic climate change the result of human behavior? Or is it simply the Earth s natural cycle of warming and cooling periods that have occurred since the planet formed? The History Channel offers an in-depth study of the science behind this controversial hot-button issue.

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Human Body: The Ultimate


It is riddled with holes, yet contains 15 gallons of water and a pint of hydrochloric acid. It has more protein than 70 pounds of peanuts. It has enough carbon to fill a thousand pencils, and enough phosphorous for 3,000 match heads. What sounds like a collection of chemicals in a leaky bag is the most complex structure on our planet, and 400,000 of them are born every day. The one thing we all have in common is the amazing machine we all inhabit... the human body. In the course of its life, it will breathe ten million balloons worth of air. It will process 30 tons of food. And it will secrete 17 gallons of tears. But humans rarely stop to think about the amazing technology behind even the most mundane action, the technology we will explore in this episode of The Ultimate Guide.


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IMAX - Lost Worlds: Life in the Balance

Deep in the jungles of Guatemala, a black jaguar prowls the ruins of Tikal, a Mayan city that has lain abandoned for a thousand years. What can its fate tell us about our own cities, our own society? To find out, join narrator Harrison Ford on an exploration of the mysteries of our planet's biological diversity. Tunnel into a metropolis of micro-organisms beneath New York, swim through the kelp forests of the Pacific, and climb to the top of the mysterious mountains in Venezuela that inspired Sir Author Conan Doyle's novel, The Lost World. Discover the wondrous relationships of living things, explore humanity's interconnectedness with nature, and gain insight into the puzzle of human survival itself.

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Monday, April 21, 2008

Future Weapons Season 1, Season 2 & Season 3

Future Weapons Season 1

Fascinating secret world of weapons development. Join ex-Navy SEAL Richard "Mack" Machowicz on a wild ride around the globe in search of the ultimate weapon. The series explores the amazing science and technology that goes into making the most deadly weapons yet devised, and you'll meet the bizarre characters who spend their lives inventing new ways to obliterate the enemy. Mack gets "hands on" with the groundbreaking hardware, firing everything from smart missiles to futuristic lasers in demonstrations that will shock and amaze you. No Place to Hide: From guns that shoot around corners to the world's most advanced supersonic jet fighter, these innovative weapons leave the enemy with no place to hide and with no clue where the attack is coming from....

Season 1:

Episode 1 - No Place to Hide

Episode 2 -stealth

Episode 3 - Maximum Impact

Episode 4 - Future Shock

Episode 5- Smart Weapons

Episode 6 - The Power of Fear

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Future Weapons Season 2

Season 2:

Episode 1: Search & Destroy

Episode 2: The Protectors

Episode 3: No Escape

Episode 4: Mission Invisible

Episode 5: Front Line

Episode 6: First Strike

Episode 7: Predators

Episode 8: Top Guns

Episode 9: Smart Destroyers

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Future Weapons Season 3

Firepower: The third-season opener includes a device that disarms terrorist bombs, a squad weapon for ambush protection, a surface-to-air missile and the Army’s latest sniper rifle.

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