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On Thin Ice - The Secrets of Nature

  • On Thin Ice - The Secrets of Nature


    With predictions of polar bears being extinct in 50 years, On Thin Ice follows bears as they emerge from their dens and navigate their rapidly changing environment. On Thin Ice shows how the frozen expanses of the Arctic are shrinking at an unprecedented rate, with the very survival of the polar bear literally on thin ice.

    Over the last year, producer/presenter Greg Grainger has mounted a series of expeditions across the Arctic to document the plight of the polar bear.

    * Researcher Nick Lunn tranquillises polar bears from his helicopter, cataloguing the diminishing health of the Western Hudson Bay bear population and finding the remains of a bear thought to have died from starvation.

    * Close and wild encounters with rangers from the Polar Bear Alert team as they chase bears out of the township of Churchill, built in the middle of the bears’ migration route. Follow one family of bears that have to be darted after they attempt to break into a building food for food, while another bold bear becomes trapped inside a garbage truck.

    * Hungry bears and husky dogs fighting one another at an isolated weather station north of Norway.

    * Polar bears in the wild as they capture seals and devour whale carcasses.

    There is no more iconic symbol of strength and adaptation to survival than the polar bear.... an animal so superbly suited to its environment that it thrives in the most hostile corners of the planet – until now.

    On Thin Ice - A moving account of Polar bears struggling to survive as climate change melts their summer hunting ground - the Arctic sea ice.

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  • CCTV America Documentary: On Thin Ice: the People of the North


    Released across the United States through NETA Programming, this 2015 film is written and narrated by Sean Callebs and shot by Andrew Smith. Produced by the American arm of China Central Television all rights reserved. Jim Laurie of Focus Asia Productions consultant on the film and its distribution. Shot in northern Alaska and Canada, the film portrays the environmental changes presenting a challenge to the lives of the people of the arctic regions. The film is available for broadcast complete with closed captioning for the hearing impaired. For more information contact

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  • 2017 Arctic Documentary HD - Wildest Arctic The Secrets of Nature


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  • Adventure Tours with Greg Grainger: On Thin Ice


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    A moving account of polar bears struggling to survive. as climate change melts their summer hunting ground – the Arctic sea ice. With predictions of polar bears being extinct in 50 years, ON THIN ICE follows bears as they emerge from their dens and navigate their rapidly changing environment. ON THIN ICE shows how the frozen expanses of the Arctic are shrinking at an unprecedented rate, with the very survival of the polar bear literally on thin ice. Over the last year,producer/presenter Greg Grainger has mounted a series of expeditions across the Arctic to document the plight of the polar bear.

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  • Using Math to Skate On Thin Ice


    People get nervous when they see Märten Ajne ice skating. He intentionally skates on extremely thin ice. Ajne has pursued this dangerous hobby for 40 years and has skated on more than 1,800 bodies of water from Norway to North America. He uses his knowledge as a mathematician and a highly-trained ear to stay safe. Ajne can actually calculate how thick the ice is by listening to the sound it makes when he glides across it. Join us for one of the coolest math lessons ever taught.


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  • Man and His Dog Alone in the Arctic - The Full Documentary


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    Man and His Dog Alone in the Arctic - extreme winter camping, trekking documentary. If you're looking for the adventure of a lifetime, the Baffin Island wilderness should be high on your list of places to explore. In this full documentary, you’ll see that conditions there can be harsh and strong wilderness travel and wilderness survival skills are mandatory in any season. It is deep, mountain wilderness as it lies high in Canada's Arctic.

    In 2018, my dog Buck and I undertook the challenge of crossing Baffin Island's Cumberland Peninsula via Akshayak Pass, a traditional Inuit travel route that is part of of the far-flung Auyuittuq National Park. Auyuittuq means The land that never melts in Inuktitut, the Inuit language. It's named for the massive and ever-present Penny Ice Cap which is the most southerly remnant of the Laurentide Ice Sheet that covered all of North America East of the Rockies 18,000 years ago. Indeed, a trip to Auyuittuq is like travelling back to the last Ice Age. But Akshayuk Pass would make up less than half of my route.

    Buck and I would start north of the Arctic Circle in the Inuit community of Qikitarjuaq, Nunavut, travelling over 80 kilometres along the eastern coast of Baffin Island before reaching the wind-ravaged pass. Then, we'd compleat the trip with a final 30km trek to reach the community of Pangnirtung, Nunavut.

    In late March and early April, when I was there, female Polar Bears are coming out of hibernation on land and walking out to the sea ice with their cubs. They are hungry and aggressive. My route along the coast would be directly crossing their paths. This was a serious concern and my 7-months pregnant wife who I left behind was very concerned for my safety. Once in the pass, the Polar Bear danger is less significant but the wind can be just as deadly. Winds falling off the flanking mountains are funnelled into the pass creating a wind tunnel that sees wind speeds of 170kmph. This, combined with temperatures below -40 and low visibility due to blowing snow can create a very dangerous situation for travellers.

    The scenery the area provides is some of the most impressive in the world. Mountains include Thor Peak which boasts the longest vertical drop in the world. Another notable mountain is the flat-topped Mt. Asgard which means Realm of the Gods and is part of Norse cosmology. The cliff is three times the height of the Empire State Building.

    Come along on this amazing journey with Buck and I to witness the grandeur and rugged beauty of Baffin Island. Watch how we travel and survive the elements and the other hardships we face. In the remote Arctic wilderness, the bond between man and dog can be strong.

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  • Filming On Thin Ice In Antarctica #OurBluePlanet | BBC Earth


    Antarctica and its wildlife look beautiful in Blue Planet II but how did the team work in such a challenging environment? #OurBluePlanet Subscribe to BBC Earth for more amazing animal videos -

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  • Uncover the Mysteries of the Deepest Lake on Earth | National Geographic


    On his World Cup tour of Russia, explorer Sergey Gordeev visits Siberia to learn about the world's oldest, largest, and deepest lake – Lake Baikal.
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  • How Trees Secretly Talk to Each Other in the Forest | Decoder


    What do trees talk about? In the Douglas fir forests of Canada, see how trees “talk” to each other by forming underground symbiotic relationships—called mycorrhizae—with fungi to relay stress signals and share resources with one another.
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    Read ‘Talking Trees’ in the June 2018 issue of National Geographic magazine to learn more about the Douglas fir forests of Canada and the work of forest ecologist Suzanne Simard.

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  • Risking Death in the Name of Soup


    Angelito “Ange” Gujeldi is what is known as a nest gatherer. Following in the footsteps of his father and his grandfather, Ange climbs jagged rock faces and ventures into caves nestled in the rocks of an island in the Philippines, to collect nests spun from the saliva of swiftlet birds. It’s dangerous work, but it pays well. Really well. And that’s because people are willing to spend a lot of money to eat the nutritious soup that can be made out of these bird’s nests.


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  • Our Planet | Frozen Worlds | FULL EPISODE | Netflix


    Experience our planet's natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope.

    In this episode: On the unforgiving frontier of climate change, polar bears, walruses, seals and penguins find their icy Edens in peril.

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  • Living with Polar Bears - The Secrets of Nature


    Living With Polar Bears offers awe-inspiring stories from Arctic photographers, park rangers and residents. These tales culminate to paint a vivid portrait of how Man and the ice bear are learning to survive and thrive harmoniously in a changing environment. Some encounters are inspirational. Others are outright frightening. Sonny Voyce knows the power of polar bears. A giant bear tracked him down and clamped its jaw around his head. John Bykerk almost met the same fate. A hungry bear became trapped in the back of his garbage truck. They’re just some of the frightening encounters featured in Living With Polar Bears.

  • National Geographic - Polar Bear: Built For The Kill - Nat Geo Wild HD


    National Geographic - Polar Bear: Built For The Kill - NatGeo Wild
    Even though it's the world's largest land predator, every polar bear starts out as an adorable blind, toothless cub. But how does a helpless cub become a stone cold killer? See how a polar bear cub follows its mom on hundreds of hunts over the course of two years - watching, learning and mostly getting in the way. To survive in the Arctic, polar bears have to have brains as well as brawn, and know when to use different tactics for taking down different kinds of prey.

  • Miracles from the Wildside - The Secrets of Nature


    An endearing, heart-warming documentary about the special relationship between disabled people and animals, and how those creatures are able to help generate discernible improvements with both physical and emotional problems. This is an incredibly emotional film, with plenty of tears and joyous moments as over-joyed parents watch their disadvantaged children make seemingly miraculous recoveries.

    The documentary begins with a treatment known as dolphin therapy, where autistic and emotionally disadvantaged children are rewarded in therapy sessions by being allowed to swim with captive bottlenose dolphins. The dolphins display a real sensitivity to their patients, while real improvements in behaviour are witnessed with the youngsters. For instance, Svea, a delightfully cheeky 14 year old girl from Germany, has begun to walk and is making big advances with her speech after a series of sessions over 2 years at Dolphin Cove Florida. The programme goes on to show similar recoveries with other children.

    Next we watch disabled and even visually impaired people learning to mount and ride horses, an amazing sight in itself. These people are so invigorated by this experience, that they go on to compete in the world championships for the disabled, an event being staged in Belgium in the lead up to the 2004 Para Olympic Games in Athens.

    Therapy animals feature cats, guinea pigs and giant rabbits taken to HIV-infected children in downtown Los Angeles. The looks of delight are a joy to behold, as the animals open the hearts and minds of the youngsters. We also look at a giant Macaw parrot, used by a Hollywood lawyer to help cure his medical problems.

    Finally there are the wonder dogs, some trained to help and guide blind people, others known as assistance dogs, cunning canines that open fridge doors and retrieve food and drink, call emergency telephone numbers and lift their owners in and out of bed.

    Throughout the question is posed: Do the animals possess some sensitivity or depth of understanding that we cannot comprehend? Is a miracle taking place? MIRACLES FROM THE WILDSIDE shows a series of recoveries which suggests that miracles really are taking place.

  • National Geographic I The danger of polar bears I Nat Geo Documentary


    The polar bear (Ursus maritimus) is a carnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle, encompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses. It is a large bear, approximately the same size as the omnivorous Kodiak bear (Ursus arctos middendorffi). A boar (adult male) weighs around 350–700 kg (772–1,543 lb), while a sow (adult female) is about half that size. Although it is the sister species of the brown bear, it has evolved to occupy a narrower ecological niche, with many body characteristics adapted for cold temperatures, for moving across snow, ice, and open water, and for hunting seals, which make up most of its diet. Although most polar bears are born on land, they spend most of their time on the sea ice. Their scientific name means maritime bear, and derives from this fact. Polar bears hunt their preferred food of seals from the edge of sea ice, often living off fat reserves when no sea ice is present. Because of their dependence on the sea ice, polar bears are classified as marine mammals.

    Because of expected habitat loss caused by climate change, the polar bear is classified as a vulnerable species, and at least three of the nineteen polar bear subpopulations are currently in decline. For decades, large-scale hunting raised international concern for the future of the species, but populations rebounded after controls and quotas began to take effect. For thousands of years, the polar bear has been a key figure in the material, spiritual, and cultural life of circumpolar peoples, and polar bears remain important in their cultures.

  • Ol Man River - Mighty Mississippi Part 1 - The Secrets of Nature


    Perhaps the best known river on the planet, made famous by writers like Mark Twain, by the romance of the steamboat age and by the blues music spawned along its banks, Ol' Man River still hides many secrets.In two one hour programmes resp. one 90 minutes special, this series journeys along the river from its mouth in the salt marshes of the Gulf Coast to its source deep in the northern forests near the Canadian border, searching out the creatures that call this river home. As magnificent as the wildlife and landscapes are now, they were even more amazing when the first Europeans and Americans came across this mighty river. This series recreates some of these first encounters, with dramatic re-enactments.

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  • Age Of Ancestors - Ep: 2 | The World of Stonehenge | BBC Documentary


    Neil Oliver continues the story of how today's Britain and its people were forged over thousands of years of ancient history. It's 4,000 BC and the first farmers arrive from Europe, with seismic consequences for the local hunter-gatherers.


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  • Jackals Out of Africa - The Secrets of Nature


    In some cultures, jackals were pursued and condemned as pests that fed on parasite-infested carcasses. In others, such as Ancient Egypt, they were divinely celebrated. This documentary accompanies a young scientist, who is drawn to these mythical mammals, and takes us on a journey to explore golden jackals, from Egypt to the barren hills of Greece.

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  • Prater - The Green Stadium - The Secrets of Nature


    In the thicket of the meadows, badgers, foxes and deer are wandering around, while by the waters, Mandarin ducks are mating. They were imported for hunting purposes from China more than a hundred years ago and since then have established their place in the landscape. The Danube’s bayous are not only a paradise for waterfowl of all sorts but also a haven for beavers, who chop down tree after tree. Life flourishes in the meadows of the Prater, Vienna’s green lung. The 6.000.000 m2 big area of the Prater is full of “animal” surprises and it is exactly here where the 2008 UEFA European Championship will take place. This film portrays the diverse animal life in and around the stadium and will be available to international partners in time before the opening of the Euro 2008.

  • Alpine Meltdown - The Secrets of Nature


    The climate is changing, global temperature is rising. The impacts are already apparent, especially in the mountains but also in the lowlands. The permafrost zone is shifting higher up and the masses of snow melt whooshing from the glaciers to the valleys are already increasing incessantly. Rivers are going to rise up to powerful floods and dwindle down to extremely low waters the next second. Alpine Meltdown takes us to a future world, presenting changes that have already occurred and pursuing the question how the alpine landscapes are going to look like at the end of the 21st century.

  • On Thin Ice documentary preview


    CCTV America's Sean Calebs spent three months in the arctic exploring slow environmental changes that are happening there and how it's affecting native's way of life.

  • Snowflake Science to Study Avalanches | Explorer


    Avalanches kill upwards of 100s of people each year. But to understand how to protect against them, first you need to understand the snowflakes that comprise them.
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  • Fishing on THIN ICE!!!


    ICE FISHING SEASON HAS BEGUN!!! With absolutely freezing temperatures in the Northeast, my sister asked to come fishing with me while she's on winter break... Not sure why she wanted to fish in 18 degree weather coming back from Florida, but I granted her request and took her to the only spot I knew of where she'd have a chance of catching some fish!

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  • In Isolation With Polar Bears Polar Bear Documentary | Real Wild


    The polar bear is the biggest land predator. Imagine being marooned on an Arctic island, with the highest density of polar bears anywhere on the planet. Two men are willing to do just that. This is a tale of survival against the odds.

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  • National Geographic 2017 - National Geographic Wild Russia - Arctic Animal Documentary


  • Voices from the Tundra


    In northeastern Siberia, above the Arctic Circle, live the Tundra Yukagirs, nomadic reindeer herders. Sixty-three of them still speak Yukagir, a uniquely musical language that turns melodic as storytellers relate traditional tales of Yukagir history. Only two elderly masters of this skill remain. Amsterdam linguist Cecilia Odé has made repeated trips to the remote corner of eastern Siberia that the Yukagirs call home to capture their language and preserve it for posterity. A diagnosis of metastatic cancer threatened to end these trips, but a period of remission enabled her to return to the land of the Yukagirs once again, perhaps for the last time.

    Cecilia's journey features all the ingredients of a fascinating and inspiring documentary: a dedicated scholar whose life work is to preserve a vanishing language; a people torn between, on the one hand, age-old traditions and the challenges of subsistence in the brutal cold of Siberia and, on the other, the seductions of an easier life in the region's towns and cities; the primeval power of the songs retained by aged Yukagirs raised by parents who could recall pre-Soviet times and hopeful scenes of schoolchildren learning their ancestral language using materials developed with Cecelia's help; the romance of lassos, reindeer herds, and deerskin tents pitched on the ice.
    But the film's strongest asset is the heart-warming friendship that has developed between Cecilia and the Yukagirs. This friendship allows the filmmakers to enter the Yukagir community in an unforced manner and gain access to the people's innermost thoughts. The trust and confidence developed through Cecelia's longstanding relationships with members of the Yukagir community enable the filmmakers to produce a compellingly genuine portrait of extraordinary people living their lives in distant Siberia and capture frank discussions about their disappearing language, their traditional way of life, and their efforts to keep their culture alive.

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  • In Bed With Wolves - Part 2 of 3 - The Secrets of Nature


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    What is the difference between the domestic dog and the wolf if both of them have been raised under the same conditions? What skills got lost and which were gained in the process of domestication? How far are wolves prepared to co-operate with humans, and do they accept domestic dogs as co-operation partners? To get answers to these questions, researchers Friederike Range, Zsofia Viranyi and Professor Kurt Kotrschal have taken up the task -- for the first time ever in canid research -- to raise a pack of wolves by hand.

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  • Trinidad - Caribbean Moments - The Secrets of Nature


    Caribbean Moments shows a different side to the Caribbean. Everyone visualises sand, sunshine and palm trees - but hardly anyone really discovers what lies behind them. In fact an unbelievable variety of cultures, music and religions has developed as a result of the different influences - African, Indian, English, French and authentically Caribbean.In this episode we visit the island Trinidad.

  • Into the Great Solitude | PBS Special Documentaries - Solo Canoe Journeys with Robert Perkins


    This now classic outdoor adventure film tells the story of Robert Perkins’ seventy-two day solo canoe journey in the Canadian Arctic. Perkins not only takes on arduous physical challenges, but he lyrically describes in film and language how the journey helps him make peace with a difficult father.

    Winner of many major awards, his best-known work provides a captivating look at Perkins as a young man willing to take on the challenges of the Canadian Arctic on a long solo canoe trip. Battling rapids and black flies, while dancing with his own demons and his shadow, Perkins explores what it means to survive in the stark beauty of the Canadian tundra. Perkins not only takes on arduous physical challenges, but he lyrically describes in film and language how the journey helps him find peace with his father.

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    “Robert Perkins has pushed the envelope of the documentary / essay film, creating works that are both searingly honest and engagingly personable. — Phillip Lopate, New York film critic

  • Growing Up Creepie - On Thin Ice


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  • ON THIN ICE Documentary


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  • On Thin Ice, NBC documentary on climate change and Arctic indigenous communities


    NBC On Thin Ice documentary with Ann Curry and Stephen Pax Leonard

  • A stoat skating on thin ice!


    An Artist's Research: Stoat Skating! Take a look at this stoat as it discovers the pond is iced over. Watch as it dips its head in for a drink and then pops its whole head under the ice. It almost checks it out from the underside. Then it only takes a moment for the stoat to work out it can walk, or slide, across the ice! Watch to the end to see it skate! Read more:

    About Me: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:

  • Walking on Thin Ice. Walk n Talk Devos/ Something to Think About.


    This is a combination of Something to Think About, a Playlist of short videos that give you Something to Think About, and my new Walk N Talk Devos which are more Back to the Bible Basics.

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  • Antarctica - on thin ice | Cath Waller | TEDxHull


    Cath takes you on a journey to Antarctica and shoes you how plastic pollution is reaching even this most remote and fragile place. She will show you some of the amazing life that lives in these cold waters and explain how microscopic pieces of plastics racing down on the seafloor may be affecting these beautiful and diverse communities. Cath will focus on what actions we can all take to help minimise plastic pollution in the world's oceans and protect these vulnerable ecosystems. Cath is an environmental marine biologist and a Lecturer at the University of Hull. She focuses specifically on the polar regions, and her research has transported her to some of the most remote and hostile places in the world, from Sub-Antarctic South Georgia through the Scotia Arc to the South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula in the south, and Greenland in the north. Cath is fascinated by these beautiful, fragile environments, and has devoted herself to understanding and protecting them and the animals that call them home. She co-chairs the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research action group Plastic at the Poles, and is a key collaborator in the British Antarctic Survey’s 3-year research project ‘Impact of Plastic in the Polar Regions’. She has undertaken around 80 dives in the icy waters of Antarctica, travelled on HMS Endurance around the Northeast Antarctic Peninsula, and even spent 8 weeks living in a tent on Livingston Island, with no access to a bath or toilet. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

  • Polar bear on thin ice


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    Walking by the Polar Bears International Tundra Buggy in Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. November 10, 2014

  • 1 17 08 On Thin Ice The Future of the Polar Bear


    Ranking Republican Sensenbrenners opening statement and witness questions during a Select Committee on Global Warming hearing regarding The Future of the Polar Bear on January 17, 2008.

  • Weight-Loss and Detox through Ancient Ayurvedic Secrets


    Weight-Loss and Detox through Ancient Ayurvedic Secrets (as seen on Dr. Oz)
    By Dr. Steve Wechsler and Sunita Mohan HD, RNCP

    Dr. Steve and Sunita will show you the techniques and foods used for weight-loss and
    detox. This is a simple method of fasting without starving yourself. Learn how to prepare
    for weight loss and detox. Learn how to maintain your weight-loss. Learn Ancient
    Ayurvedic Techniques for a healthy winter season and life. See a live food demo and testimonials from local success stories. Also meet Tammy Williams who lost 26 pounds and told her story on Dr. Oz. Dr. Steve Wechsler is a local chiropractor and Ayurvedic
    practitioner. Sunita Mohan HD, RNCP, from Toronto, is a nutritionist who is also trained in classical homeopathy. She is the host of Health Matters.

  • Fanu - Through Thick & Thin


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    Almost 2 years on from his Metalheadz Platinum debut Finnish breakbeat stalwart Fanu returns with 4 slabs of distinguished jungle music for the 'Legacy EP'.

    Fanu's characteristic crunch is consistent throughout as he joins forces with fellow countryman Infader for the title track which sits above 3 solo cuts, 1 of which drops the tempo just as his previous offering did. Ice cold breaks and galactic atmospherics drive each track along effortlessly, with Fanu laying down his own methods which have brought about his reputable nature as both a producer and trusted mastering engineer.

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  • Sk8ing in Thin Ice: A crash course in Kubernetes & Security- Matt Johansen


  • NatureTech : Magic Of Motion Part 1/4 HD


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    Broadcast (2006) Magic of Motion : Most animals, and even a few plants, move. They swim, walk, run or fly in a wide range of ways, and in this programme we look at how designers of planes, cars and robots have found inspiration in nature. But biomimetics is not just about copying nature, it's about understanding the principles behind nature's success and applying those in new and surprising ways. So exploring the world of cars and planes also gives us some startling new insights into nature as well. In this programme we find out why sharks can swim so fast, how flies and geckos can climb smooth glass and how vultures can help the next generation of airliners. We also meet robot cockroaches that might look like something from science fiction, but might be the fore-runners of the latest all terrain vehicles.

    NatureTech, a multi-award-winning series, explores biomimetics - the science of looking to nature for answers to modern problems. Why are blossoms never dirty and can we also make our cars that way? Why can geckos walk on the ceiling and can we use their tricks to create better adhesives? Why is the spider's web tougher than steel? Exciting new developments in computer technology, chemistry and physics are now enabling us to understand Nature's designs better than ever before. Scientists are not simply trying to copy nature -- they are taking hints, extracting principles and applying winning designs of evolution in a new, human context.

    Visually, this series is an attractive, fast-paced mix of stunning natural history shots, computer-assisted design and CGI graphics of futuristic inventions, ultra-modern, spacy architecture and high tech as well as scenes of the world's leading designers and engineers at work, all created by the team that made Limits of Perception.

  • The Heat: Arctic natural resource race pt1


    With warming seas creating new opportunities at the top of the world, nations are scrambling for a piece of the Arctic. Nathan King hosts this episode of The Heat A panel of guests joined The Heat to discuss about the competition for Arctic riches: In the Washington D.C. studio, Sean Callebs. He traveled extensively in the Arctic region for his CCTV documentary: On Thin Ice. Also In the Washington D.C. studio, Sergey Aleksashenko. He served as the Deputy Finance Minister of the Russian Federation and the Deputy Chairman of Russia's Central Bank. Aleksashenko is currently a non-resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution. From Denmark, Erik Vilstrup Lorenzen. He’s the Arctic Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark and Danish Undersecretary of State for Arctic Affairs. From Ottawa, Michael Byers. He teaches global politics and international law at the University of British Columbia. His most recent book is appropriately titled International Law and the Arctic.

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