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  • WHY ARE WE HERE? A Scary Truth Behind the Original Bible Story | Full Documentary

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    This information will change the way you think about the history of humanities origins. What implications does this have for us today? Watch Part 2 Now ! New Website Bonus Content, Join the Community! : .Paul's Book Escaping from Eden U.S: - U.K

    In this Book, Paul documents the links within the Sumerian creation account: The word Annunaki, he explains, means “Those who came from the heavens to Earth,” a phrase that made clear their extraterrestrial origins.

    Many of the world’s oldest mythologies claim that governance over human society began with dominance over human beings being established by superior beings or “gods.” And then the job of rulership gets handed over at a later stage to human governors or Kings..

    The Bible originated from the ancient Sumerian text. Text found with the same story. Pre-dating the Biblical accounts by thousands of years. Documenting Ancient Aliens.

    The Sumerian story begins with the rulers coming down from the heavens. And the glyph for these rulers is a symbol pointing to the sky! The Annunaki were from the heavens. They were sky people! - WHY ARE WE HERE? A Scary Truth Behind the Original Bible Story | Full Documentary

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  • WHY ARE WE HERE? - A Scary Truth Behind the Original Bible Story Part 2 | Full Documentary

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    This information will change the way you think about the history of humanities origins. What implications does this have for us today? .New Website Bonus Content, Join the Community! : .Paul's Book Escaping from Eden U.S: - U.K

    In this follow up 2020 documentary WHY ARE WE HERE chapter II Paul Wallis explores the many possible and plausible mistranslations and misinterpretations of our ancient origins. Including the creation story of the Edo People of Southern Nigeria and Benin. The Sons Of Osanobua. The Filipino story of Tagalog. Are the connections dotted over cultures, beliefs, and religious institutions all a coincidence? What are the implications of these translations? Did the Gods come to earth using Ancient Technology? What if THE BIBLE IS NOT ABOUT GOD. But about the Sky People - The Anunnaki?

    In Part one here: (WHY ARE WE HERE? A Scary Truth Behind the Original Bible Story | Full Documentary) Paul documents the links within the Sumerian creation account: The word Annunaki, he explains, means “Those who came from the heavens to Earth,” a phrase that made clear their extra terrestrial origins.

    Many of the world’s oldest mythologies claim that governance over human society began with dominance over human beings being established by superior beings or “gods.” And then the job of rulership gets handed over at a later stage to human governors or Kings..

    The Bible originated from the ancient Sumerian text. Text found with the same story. Pre-dating the Biblical accounts by thousands of years. Documenting Ancient Aliens.

    The Sumerian story begins with the rulers coming down from the heavens. And the glyph for these rulers is a symbol pointing to the sky! The Annunaki were from the heavens. They were sky people!

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  • 10 Surprising & Scary Creatures In The Bible

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  • Who is Mona Lisa? | DW Documentary

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    Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa is probably the world’s most famous painting. But whose portrait actually is it? There are two clues to the identity of the mysterious young woman, but they are mutually exclusive. Can the riddle ever be solved?

    Every year, millions of visitors view the portrait exhibited in the legendary Louvre in Paris. But what makes the Mona Lisa so special? Who is hidden behind this smiling and yet sad face? Who was Leonardo's model? Or is she even the imaginary image of an ideal beauty? Experts have been wrestling with this question for centuries. There seems to be evidence for two explanations. Both variants have been handed down in writing, but they are not compatible.

    The most recognized theory goes back to the biographer Giorgio Vasari. According to him, the portrait is of Lisa del Giocondo, the wife of a Florentine silk merchant who had commissioned the work from Leonardo in 1503. But this is contradicted by a note of the chronicler Antonio de Beatis dating back to 1517, in which da Vinci states that he produced the painting at the request of Giuliano de' Medici. The artist said it was an imaginary representation de' Medici's mistress Pacifica Brandani, with whom de’Medici had an illegitimate son. Within the community researching Leonardo today, both theories have their supporters. Using elaborate reconstructions, original locations and scientific methodology, this documentary delves deep into the time of Leonardo da Vinci.


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  • Lost World of the Maya | National Geographic

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    The Maya - their soaring pyramids, monumental cities and mythical mastery of astronomy and mathematics have captured our imaginations and spurred generations of explorers into the jungles of Central America on a quest to understand them. Lost World of the Maya surveys their dramatic rise to prominence in the 'pre-classic era' of the Maya as well as new evidence of the collapse of their civilization in the 800-900's AD. Want even more Maya? Try Lost Treasures of the Maya on Disney+

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  • What happened to Otto Warmbier in North Korea? | DW Documentary

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    US student Otto Warmbier was sentenced to 15 years in a North Korean labor camp in 2016. Warmbier was released the following year, but he died of brain damage shortly after his return to the United States. Was he really the victim of torture?

    Otto Warmbier was sentenced to 15 years hard labor in 2016 after being convicted of attempting to steal a propaganda poster during a trip to Pyongyang. Just over a year on he was dead, having been sent home to the US in a vegetative state. US President Donald Trump tweeted that he had been tortured beyond belief in North Korea. The US president blamed both the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the Obama administration for Warmbier’s death - and Trump appeared before the media with the student’s parents. This was at the peak of the North Korean missile crisis. Later, as relations between Trump and Kim Jong Un became warmer, the US president changed his tune. In 2019 Trump said that he believed that Kim did not know what happened to the US student much to the consternation of Warmbier’s parents.

    What really happened to Otto Warmbier in North Korea? Veteran foreign correspondent Klaus Scherer sets out to try to find out. In the documentary, Scherer interviews a number of people with knowledge of the case who have been largely unheard up to now. He shows that a US court investigating a liability case against North Korea brought by Warmbier’s parents also ignored important witnesses, who continue to cast doubt on the torture allegations. These include the coroner in Cincinnati who examined Warmbier’s body. She believes that the account given by North Korean doctors is credible. They claim that Warmbier had inadvertently been given too high a dose of sedatives by prison staff. This, the medics say was the cause of his state of unresponsive wakefulness. Could Trump’s initial torture charges simply have been motivated by political opportunism?

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  • Worlds Scariest Hotel, Abandonned Village & UFO Houses | Lost Places | Free Documentary

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    The Amber Court hotel is located in the mountains of Malaysia, an hour outside the capital. It looks deserted; spooky factor included. Galileo reporter Paul took a closer look at the hotel and dared spend the night.

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    We go on holidays and takes us along. It’s a special vacation, kind of like traveling back in time. A formerly abandoned village in Abruzzo, Italy offers an immersive experience of what it’s like to live not only among but with the locals. The idea behind it: The guests live next door

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    The location is in Taiwan and it looks like an abandoned film set for Lost in Space. Dilapidated, ghostly, deserted houses shaped like UFOs. What’s the story behind the spacely ghost town?
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  • The Plague and COVID-19 | DW Documentary

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    The history of the Oberammergau Passion Play reaches back to the seventeenth century, when a plague known as the Black Death swept through Europe. In 1633 the residents of this Bavarian village vowed to present a play depicting the suffering and death of Jesus Christ every ten years if they were spared extinction. Oberammergau has kept its word for more than 400 years.

    But in 2020 the production had to be called off. Every ten years the village of Oberammergau in southern Germany enters a time loop. For six months more than 2,000 villagers don biblical garments. The men sport beards and the school kids grow their hair long. The reason is a five-hour presentation of Christ’s suffering and death to commemorate the village’s survival when a plague swept through Europe in the seventeenth century. This report on the Oberammergau Passion Play takes a look at their extensive preparations for this epic production, on which a new pandemic cast its shadow. Right up until the last moment, the cast hoped to be able to stage their production. But in the end, the village that the plague made famous had to bow to the corona pandemic. Bowed but not broken, the villagers are determined to fulfil their vow and stage the Oberammergau Passion Play in 2022.
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  • What did the Pope know about the Holocaust? | DW Documentary

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    The Vatican opened once-secret records on Pope Pius XII on March 2020. This gave researchers a brand new insight into the Catholic Church during the Nazi era. What did the Pope know about the Holocaust?

    Pius XII, born Eugenio Pacelli, is one of the most controversial figures in recent church history. New archive material sheds light on his career and politics. As ambassador of the Holy See in Germany and Cardinal Secretary of State of the Vatican, Pacelli witnessed Hitler’s rise to power. He was elected Pope in 1939, just months before the start of World War II. But what role did he play during the Holocaust? Many accuse him of shirking his responsibilities; of complicit silence while minorities were murdered, especially the Jewish.

    Just days after the archives opened, church historian Hubert Wolf discovered a document describing the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto. Pope Pius XII read the paper on 27 September 1942, but its contents were never published. Nor were the notes in the margins by members of the Secretariat of State. But the Vatican claimed for decades that nothing was kept from the public.

    Defenders of Pius XII say he acted in secret to save the lives of many Jews. Thousands were hidden in church institutions, and the Roman Curia helped them to escape abroad. But the credibility of the Roman Curia during the Holocaust is now at stake, with many still unanswered questions. Why did Pius XII not join the Allies’ protest in December 1942 against the extermination of the Jews?

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  • The Mennonites – a trip back in time | DW Documentary

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    Like the Amish in the US, the Mennonite Christian community shuns the modern world. Most Mennonites live in secluded, self-sufficient colonies. We get a rare glimpse into the life of a devout and isolated community.

    The Mennonites embrace isolation, which in their eyes helps protect them from the temptations of the modern world. At first glance, time seems to have stood still in the Mennonite colony in Belize, where people still travel by horse-drawn carriage and do without conveniences such as televisions and electricity. They still speak an old form of the German dialect Plattdeutsch. But modern life is slowly making inroads in Little Belize. Wilhelm, the community’s former doctor, was expelled for owning a mobile phone. Fearing that their community was being tainted, some more traditional members decided to found a new colony in a remote jungle in Peru, where they hope to live according to old customs and religious beliefs. For the first time ever, a camera team was granted access to one of Central and South America’s traditional Mennonite colonies.

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  • Huawei: A global force — high tech giant and suspected spy | DW Documentary

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    Telecommunications giant Huawei is said to be one of the most powerful companies in China. But Huawei has been accused of systematic espionage, and some Western governments doubt whether the company is truly independent of the Chinese government.

    This documentary investigates concerns about Huawei and internet security. The company is a major player in the manufacture of smartphones, and enjoys a technological lead in the development of the super-fast 5G broadband network worldwide.

    But the US and some other Western countries suspect that Huawei works closely with the Chinese government on espionage and sabotage operations. Has Huawei becomne a pawn in the trade war between the US and China?

    The arrest of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou in Canada in 2018 -- at the request of US authorities -- marked the climax of the conflict between Huawei and Washington. Some European countries also have concerns about the company. Does Huawei really have close ties to the Chinese government? And what are the benefits and risks for those foreign clients who choose to work with this 5G giant?


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  • Bhutan – change comes to the Himalayan Happy Kingdom | DW Documentary

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    Bhutan's other name is The Happy Kingdom. The small Himalayan country has one foot in the distant past and the other in the digital age. It's quite a balancing act for Bhutan's citizens.

    No other country has recently undergone more radical change than Bhutan. The millennium brought television, the internet and democratization to the last Himalayan kingdom almost overnight. The capital Thimphu has become one of South Asia's fastest growing cities. At the same time, just a few kilometers to the north, 20 thousand nomads still live from herding yak on the high plains of the Himalayas. This documentary tells of the challenges these people face.

    We meet young Chewang , who often has to leave his family for months and trek to heights above five thousand meters in search of the caterpillar fungus, a fabled medicinal mushroom. We also follows the journey of five-year-old Doryi, who is separated from his poverty-stricken family when they send him to a monastery. Meanwhile, the committed organic farmer Choki is trying to bring the advantages of modern life to her village. And 73-year-old bowman Ap Chimi is finding the modern world quite a challenge, so he's decided to compete in his last archery tournament to show youngsters in the village that he can still hit the bull's eye as easily as they do.
    This documentary takes viewers on a trip through a time that mirrors Western development in the last century. The loss of a communal life in harmony with nature is juxtaposed against the gains made through globalization. Director Irja von Bernstorff, who has made her home in the Happy Kingdom, gives us a unique peek behind the country's tourist façade to reveal what makes the wondrous world of Bhutan so special.

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  • How the Black Death Killed Rome - The Plague of Justinian DOCUMENTARY

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    The Plague of Justinian was one of the most destructive pandemics to rock the ancient world. It killed 10s of millions across the Empire and contributed to the fall of Rome. The first 100 people to go to are going to get unlimited access for 1 week to try it out. You’ll also get 25% off if you want the full membership.

    In this history documentary we take a look at one of the most destructive pandemics of the ancient world. Thanks to modern science we have been able to identify its root cause, the Yersinia Pestis bacterium. The Black Death had come to Europe centuries before its more infamous Medieval visit.

    We begin the episode with a brief discussion of disease in the ancient world. We then turn specifically to the nature of the Black Death. The documentary covers its life cycle in reservoir populations, its transmission by fleas, and its symptoms once in a host body. Once this context is established we turn to our historical record for the first record of its appearance. This occurred around 540 AD in Roman Egypt.

    Our records tell us that it sprung up in the Roman fort of Pelusium on the eastern edge of the Nile Delta. Here the bacterium would infect the local rodent population which infested the grain depots and port facilities of Egypt. These then seem to have hitched a ride on one of the numerous outbound ships and been directly injected into the trade routes which were the bloodstream of the Roman Empire. The Plague then spread to all major port cities with a huge wave of destruction. The capitol of Constantinople was incredibly hard hit with even the Emperor being infected. The Plague struck the Byzantine Empire just as Belisarius was leading the legions to reconquer the west. It seems that this destabilizing attack crippled Rome's ability to press forward with the campaigns and doomed their efforts to bring about the rise of a new Roman Empire which stretched across the whole of the Mediterranean once more.

    In the last portion of the documentary we then take a look at some of the scientific evidence which might better contextualize the impact of the Plague of Justinian.

    Bibliography and Suggested Reading
    Justinian's Flea: The First Great Plague and the End of the Roman Empire
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  • The man who makes wishes come true | DW Documentary

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    Over the years, Frank Wenzlow has discovered last wishes are as unique as the stars in the sky. Whether it's one more trip to the seashore or a rock concert, Wenzlow helps terminally ill people make their last wishes come true.

    Frank Wenzlow calls his tours for the terminally ill Sternenfahrten, or Make a Wish Trips. The journeys are to help the dying say their final farewells.

    This time, Wenzlow and his team have a very special guest on board. Sylvia Neumann is the daughter of Wenzlow's very first passenger — she is in the final stages of cancer and the trip is emotional, even for Wenzlow himself. Accompanied by her son and his fiancee, Neumann revisits happy childhood memories in the town where her grandparents lived in Lower Saxony.

    Gunnar Köhne reports on her journey.

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  • Does This Child Preacher Understand the Words Hes Yelling? | The Oprah Winfrey Show | OWN

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    In the late '80s, the Strode family of Marion, North Carolina, became infamous for striking fear in the heart of their town. Their son Duffey, who started preaching at age 5, could be found screaming Bible verses at the top of his lungs on school grounds. His parents eventually decided to homeschool their children after Duffey was suspended from school multiple times and a petition suggesting the family should leave town received nearly 500 signatures, according to The Washington Post. For more on #oprahwinfreyshow, visit

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  • The Proof Is Out There: Mysterious Smoke Rings Explained | History

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    After a strange ring light formation seen in the sky, not once but twice, an extensive investigation is conducted to determine its original origins, in this scene from Season 1, Giant Serpents and Tiny Goblins. #TheProofIsOutThere
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  • AlphaGo - The Movie | Full Documentary

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    With more board configurations than there are atoms in the universe, the ancient Chinese game of Go has long been considered a grand challenge for artificial intelligence. On March 9, 2016, the worlds of Go and artificial intelligence collided in South Korea for an extraordinary best-of-five-game competition, coined The DeepMind Challenge Match. Hundreds of millions of people around the world watched as a legendary Go master took on an unproven AI challenger for the first time in history.

    Directed by Greg Kohs and with an original score by Academy Award nominee Hauschka, AlphaGo chronicles a journey from the halls of Oxford, through the backstreets of Bordeaux, past the coding terminals of DeepMind in London, and ultimately, to the seven-day tournament in Seoul. As the drama unfolds, more questions emerge: What can artificial intelligence reveal about a 3000-year-old game? What can it teach us about humanity?

  • The last nomads of Borneo | DW Documentary

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    The Penan are one of the last indigenous hunter-gatherer tribes on earth. They are a semi-nomadic people who live in the rainforests of the Malaysian state of Sarawak on the island of Borneo -- and their way of life is now threatened.
    Peng Megut is one of the last forest nomads who still carry a blowgun as they roam the jungle. Peng and a number of men from his tribe are defending their community against a palm-oil plantation that they believe has trespassed on their land. Until just a few years ago, this region was home to one of the oldest primeval forests in the world. It covered an area that was half the size of Germany.

    Then timber companies started clear-cutting trees, and destroyed 90-percent of the forest. Forty tribes and ethnic groups, including the Penan, live in what's left. The Penan have resisted adopting a modern lifestyle longer than any other indigenous tribe in Borneo. They call their home Tong Tana -- which means both forest and world.

    The woodland is a central component of the Penan's identity. It is the final resting place of their ancestors, and represents the heart of their spirituality, culture, and history. The tribe's existence is sustainable, and the people live in harmony with nature. They hunt for food -- and the forest supplies all their other needs, as well. But since the mid-20th century, the lives of the Penan have changed radically. They still live in the jungle, but most of them have now moved into villages.

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    While star Anna Faris returns for the third film in the Scary Movie series, the power behind the camera has shifted from the Wayans brothers to one of the Zucker brothers. The Zucker in question is David Zucker, and he's brought along his partner in movie-parody crime, Leslie Nielsen. This time around, aim is taken at such horror blockbusters as Signs and The Ring, while films of other genres, including Independence Day, 8 Mile, and The Matrix, are also lampooned. The plot finds Cindy (Faris) trying to help the president (Nielsen) thwart an alien attack while also facing crop circles and a mysterious video tape. In the spirit of the two Matrix sequels, Scary Movie 3 was shot back-to-back with Scary Movie 4. Queen Latifah, Charlie Sheen, and Eddie Griffin also star.

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    Starting your own business from the ground up can be super-rewarding, but a lot of people will only tell you the good stuff. You probably follow the Instagram feeds of self-made millionaires and billionaires who make it look easy. It’s not. They work their asses off and then play hard to make it worth it.

    00:43 - You need to be organized!
    The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule but to schedule your priorities. Staying organized is by far the biggest challenge and why many businesses fail from the start. Between over-committing and filling your plate to the brim with projects (but who’s complaining, right?), it can be difficult to get your tasks together.

    02:20 - You need to be a part-time accountant.
    The finances can’t be an afterthought when you run a business. After having taxes automatically deducted from your paychecks for so many years, you should be prepared for the amount of cash you’ll need to set aside for taxes.

    03:29 - You need to be in it for the long haul.
    If you’re the type of person who likes instant gratification, don’t start your own business. It’s probably the most slow-starting (and humbling) thing you’ll ever do. Sure, you have full control over it, but you’re still only one person, how much can you really do in the beginning without killing yourself? In conventional terms, it can take two to three years for a start-up to show a profit, but that doesn't necessarily mean you're doing poorly.

    04:36 - You’re going to want to give up.
    Basically, you just need to push up your sleeves and do the dirty work. You aren’t going to love every aspect of your business. Some parts will be downright boring, but you have to be just as willing to work on the small tasks as you are to work on the significant, fun stuff. When the going gets tough, you just need to focus on the end game. Just think back what it was like working for someone else and it will put a brighter outlook on those boring jobs.

    05:20 - You’ll still hate your boss sometimes.
    Your boss is really awesome. They let you wear my pajamas to work, catch some extra Z’s when you had a sleepless night, and listen to your music on full-blast. But they mess up. A lot. So much that you’re working overtime just to cover their screw-ups. There are days when you could wring their neck! But at least you know they’re trying. You have faith in her ability to learn and grow from her mistakes. Despite all of their shortcomings, you’re giving this entrepreneur thing all you’ve got and, at the end of the 12-hour day, be proud of that.

    This process will be the most gratifying thing you do. Don’t throw in the towel when things take a turn for the worst! There’s still a lot to look forward to and appreciate. Getting accolades in your industry, seeing people make money because of your business, and being mentioned in the same breath as some of your industry idols is what makes it all worth it.

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    You stand there in awe, over-powered by their sheer magnificence. No wonder we've been intrigued, totally baffled for more than 4000 years. And of all Egypt's pyramids, the Great Pyramid at Giza is by far the most mysterious. It's so imposing, so perfect you can see why many insist it couldn't possibly be the work of mere mortals. It has to be a creation of the gods, either that, or aliens. But at last it seems this ancient riddle has been solved. There's one man who reckons he's figured it all out. And he's willing to share his amazing discovery with us. To take us to the very heart of the mystery, deep inside the Great Pyramid, where very few have ever been (2007).

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  • Antarctica: A message from another planet | DW Documentary

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    The world's major powers agree: the resources of Antarctica should be exploited peacefully. They have promised to promote peace and scientific research in Antarctica, and to protect its environment. But is this spirit real, or just a lot of talk?

    This documentary features interviews with researchers, activists, diplomats, and military personnel from Spain, Russia, Portugal, Chile, Argentina, and the United States. There's been much debate over how to share control of resources in Antarctica, which is the world's oldest ecosystem. Critics say that behind the scenes, a game of high-stakes poker is underway. Could this competition end in armed conflict? Or will Antarctica serve as a model for peaceful international cooperation? This film addresses these complicated issues with in-depth analysis, accompanied by magnificent images of the Antarctic landscape. The documentary's soundtrack was composed by Javier Weyler, former drummer of the Welsh rock band, the Stereophonics.


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  • Tutankhamuns Treasures | Lost Treasures of Egypt

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  • Oil promises – how oil changed a country | DW Documentary

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    When oil was discovered in Ghana in 2007, the country began to dream big. It dreamed that the ‘black gold’ would bring economic upswing and long-awaited prosperity to its nation. But what happens when dreams and globalization meet?

    The global economy continues to rely on oil — but the so-called ‘black gold’ is becoming scarce. If a country has oil, so we tend to believe, it has all it needs to become a wealthy country. When oil was discovered in Ghana in 2007, Ghanaians also believed that economic prosperity would soon sweep over their country. By 2010, drilling had started. Ghana was determined to do better than Nigeria, a country that exports oil, but has to import gasoline.

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    Buzz Aldrin was the second man to set foot on the moon. In February 2016 Aldrin came to the Science Museum in London to tell the story of the historic mission in his own words.

    On 16 July 1969, Apollo 11 launched from Cape Kennedy on its way to becoming the first manned spacecraft to land on the moon. Aboard were Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin - the three brave men who made the historic journey. On 20 July, Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the moon and Aldrin joined him on the lunar surface soon after. The moon walk lasted nearly two-and-a-half hours while the pair collected lunar samples and conducted experiments.

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    How old is the universe, and how did it begin? Throughout history, countless myths and scientific theories have tried to explain the universe's origins. The most widely accepted explanation is the big bang theory. Learn about the explosion that started it all and how the universe grew from the size of an atom to encompass everything in existence today.
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    From a secret plan to stop Brexit, to a virus engineered to control population, the conspiracies surrounding the coronavirus have been spreading fast on social media.
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    Despite this push from FB, online analytics show that in the UK the NHS website is still seeing fewer engagements than fake news sources from the US.

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  • Born poor, die poor? How to tackle poverty - Founders Valley | DW Documentary

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    Children denied education; girls sold into brothels, lonely, neglected elderly people. Poverty defines the lives of millions. Social Entrepreneurs are trying to break the cycle of poverty – by tackling human trafficking, poor education and isolation.

    When it comes to happiness, people's dreams and desires are the same all over the world: a steady income, good health and opportunities for personal development. But those who come from poor backgrounds barely have a chance. Inequality begins in childhood. At what point is the course of someone’s life set? How can disadvantaged people guard against false promises? Who can they turn to for help?

    We meet three founders of social ventures. They want to overcome the barriers in society and are committed to improving equal opportunities and creating more social justice. Poverty means not only a low income, but above all a lack of opportunities to shape one's own life and advance in society. Many do not succeed in this on their own, but need support.

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  • The Satan and Demons

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    The storyline of the Bible presents a populated spiritual world, full of creatures who are in rebellion against their Creator, just like humans. For lots of fascinating reasons, our modern conceptions of the Satan and demons are based on serious misunderstandings of the Bible. So let’s go back to the book of Genesis and start over as we learn about the powers of spiritual evil in the story of the Bible.

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  • Cash or card – will COVID-19 kill cash? | DW Documentary

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    More and more people are paying with cards or apps these days. Could COVID-19 spell the end of cash? Many people have switched to contactless payment because of fears that the coronavirus might be transmitted by bills and coins. They even use debit cards for small sums at the bakery or newsagent’s. Electronic payment systems are on the rise.

    Germany is torn. Up to now, Germans have been known for their love of cash. The country has been famously reluctant to embrace payment by card or app. But since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis more and more people have switched to paying electronically. For many months, it was unclear whether the virus could spread on paper currency and coins. It’s now believed that the risk of COVID-19 transmission on money is low. But the pandemic has amped up the trend toward cash-free payments in Germany. According to a survey by the Association of German Banks, almost 60 percent of people in Germany now pay by debit or credit card, or with smartphone apps. Marion Labouré, a strategist at Deutsche Bank and Harvard lecturer, has carried out research in this field. She says South Korea and China have even put bank notes into quarantine and destroyed bills. ‘The US Central Bank is another example,’ she adds. ‘Cash is definitely being used by fewer and fewer people. Last December, one third of Germans paid with cards or apps, now it’s about 50 percent.’

    Credit card companies, which charge fees to retailers, are profiting from this development. But data protection advocates warn that information is gathered, stored and often passed on with each electronic transaction. Sarah Spiekermann, a professor at the University of Economics and Business in Vienna, has warned of the serious consequences of this kind of surveillance capitalism: ‘Ordinary people, people who are quite similar to one another, will find themselves paying different prices for flights and hotel bookings, for instance, or they might be refused insurance or be passed over for job offers.’

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    People from all over the world have been describing the drastic impact of the corona pandemic: The empty streets outside their homes, their fears and daily routines, the news, the regulations, the newly discovered sense of community as well as the small moments of hope.

    Google offers endless results if you enter a search for corona + diary. What else is there to do when everything is closed and normal life has ground to a halt: When the shops are shuttered, the office doors locked and whole regions have been placed under quarantine? What do you do to fend off the boredom and the uncertainty? But wait a minute, there is always your mobile phone. People everywhere have been using them to document this most unusual of times, recording their thoughts both for themselves and for others.

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    Neil deGrasse Tyson was just nine years old when he became fascinated by the mysteries of the cosmos. Today he’s known worldwide for inspiring others to consider the world—and the universe—around us. The astrophysicist, director at the world-renowned Hayden Planetarium in New York City, and science influencer has been a powerful advocate for science literacy with a popular television series and the NYT–bestselling book Astrophysics for People in a Hurry. He’s been awarded the U.S. National Academy of Sciences Public Welfare Medal for his “extraordinary role in exciting the public about the wonders of science.” Now he’s teaching you how he connects with audiences around the world.

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    In his MasterClass, Neil deGrasse Tyson teaches you how to discover and communicate objective truths in clear, exciting, and engaging ways. Learn to think, measure, and weigh information like a scientist; detect flaws in your own reasoning and navigate cognitive bias; and gauge the credibility of information and ideas. He also teaches you his personal approach to communicating, whether you’re presenting to an audience, delivering a sound bite, or simply conversing with friends and family around the dinner table.

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  • The Proof Is Out There: Unexplained Lightning Phenomenon Caught On Camera | History

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  • Northern Ireland’s Brexit balancing act | DW Documentary

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    The coming months could be a real stress test for Northern Ireland. Though legally it has left the European Union, Northern Ireland will still be subject to many EU laws and regulations. Officially part of the UK but in many ways still in the EU.

    What could this new role mean for a country that has struggled for decades to secure lasting peace, stability and economic success? The new situation could reignite old questions about Northern Ireland’s identity. There are currently no border controls on the island of Ireland. Northern Ireland, which is part of the UK, and the Republic of Ireland which remains a member of the EU have a completely open border, with freedom of travel, trade and a shared electricity grid. And that is supposed to remain unchanged in spite of Brexit, in order not to jeopardize the Good Friday Agreement and the hard-fought peace that has been achieved on the island.

    Northern Ireland will effectively remain in the European Single Market, with the customs border officially in the Irish Sea. This poses a huge challenge for port authorities and haulage companies, because that customs border will effectively split Northern Ireland from the rest of the United Kingdom. The port will be required to carry out customs checks for goods coming from Britain to Northern Ireland. Haulage contractors will have to fill out customs declarations although it’s actually domestic trade.

    On the other hand, some companies - like one sports clothing manufacturer in Belfast - are happy to be able to continue trading closely with the Republic of Ireland and the rest of the EU, despite Brexit. But it’s clear, businesses will have to realign and many fear they will be forced to decide whether to trade with the EU or the rest of the UK.

    And that turns Northern Ireland’s special status into a political issue. Could it drive a wedge between Northern Ireland and Britain, making closer ties with the Republic of Ireland seem more attractive? The Unionists, who attach great importance to Northern Ireland being part of the UK, are furious. They rejected all suggestion of a customs border in the Irish Sea right from the start, while the Republicans believe this process will inevitably work in their favor, leading ultimately to the reunification of Ireland. So how is all this affecting ordinary people in the cities of Belfast and Londonderry, who continue to live with the high barriers that separate predominately Unionist neighborhoods from Republican ones?

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  • Brazils President Bolsonaro and coronavirus | DW Documentary

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    Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro continues to downplay COVID-19, despite having contracted the virus himself. Meanwhile, the numbers of those infected and the death toll keep rising. Bolsonaro's response to the pandemic has divided the country.

    Bolsonaro supporters march through the streets, trying to convince Brazilians that the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing measures are all just a bunch of hype. Meanwhile, a group of Bolsonaro opponents -- soccer fans from São Paulo - prepare and deliver food to Brazilians who’ve lost everything due to the crisis. Despite the pandemic, these soccer supporters are also taking to the streets to protest against the government and for democracy. A report by Matthias Ebert and Marie-Kristin Boese.

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  • Chinas gateway to Europe – the New Silk Road | DW Documentary

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    The New Silk Road is an enormous Chinese international development project. It's a trade network that involves Asia, Africa, and Europe -- and more than 70 countries are already involved. It may turn the old world order upside down.

    China is investing in bridges, port facilities, railroads, and roads around the world. Beijing is spending several hundred billion euros on what it calls the Silk Road Economic Belt. Chinese President Xi Jinping says the project will provide development opportunities and wealth for China and the entire world. Beijing will take the lead role in building this infrastructure network.

    After the financial crisis in Greece, no European country wanted to invest there -- but China saw an opportunity, and bought shares in the port of Piraeus. By 2016, Beijing owned a majority of shares. The Greek dockworkers' union still finds it hard to accept that the port no longer belongs to Greece.

    In 2019, Italy joined the Silk Road project -- and signed a memorandum of understanding with China on development of the port of Trieste. But critics warn that the Silk Road project will allow Beijing to spread its influence around the world. Europe is divided between those who favor such cooperation, and those who oppose it.

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  • Climate change in the desert | DW Documentary

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    Climate change is leaving its mark on Morocco’s oases, too. Sandstorms are becoming more and more frequent, groundwater levels are sinking and palm trees are shrivelling up and dying. An age-old way of life is in danger.

    Halim Sbai says an oasis really is a paradise. But drought and desertification are now taking their toll on oases like M'hamid El Ghizlane in southeastern Morocco where he grew up. The survival of a whole region is at stake. Over hundreds of kilometers between the Anti-Atlas mountains and the Sahara desert there is one palm-fringed oasis after the next. Close to two million people live in these settlements. Up to now, many earned their living by harvesting dates from the palm trees. But this is proving more and more difficult. Decreasing and irregular rainfall is having a devastating impact on the trees and their yields.

    Halim Sbai is planting new palm trees and preserving as much precious water as he can in a bid to keep the oasis of M'hamid El Ghizlane and the region’s traditional way of life alive. Up to now, he has also been supplementing his income with earnings from tourism. Global warming could put an end to all this.
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  • How to negotiate a development deal | One Stop Business Workshop

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    Learn how to negotiate and navigate a film tv, digital entertainment development deal. An insider’s overview of what happens when a show or film is put through to development, what goes into building a development budget, This session will outline what development is and why it is important, demystifying common development terms and agreements, and what emerging producers and creators need to consider if their project is in development including financing, and repayment obligations.

    Presented by Niki Singh, Manager, Scripted Programming, Business & Rights, CBC and moderated by Nathalie Younglai, Writer, Director & Founder of BIPOC TV & Film

    This session is part of the One Stop Business Workshop - Say Hello to series organized by CBC, CAVCO and CMPA - originally livestreamed between June 10 - July 3, 2020. The goal of the series was to introduce new and emerging independent producers and content creators from traditionally underrepresented groups in the industry (women, persons with a disability, Black, Indigenous, People of Colour and LGBTQ2+) to topics related to the business and financing of TV, film and original digital content.

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  • The worlds largest mammal migration | DW Documentary

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    The world's largest mammal migration takes place every November. As the fruit on the trees in Zambia’s Kasanka National Park ripens, millions of fruit bats turn the skies black. Locals and visitors say the world’s largest migration of mammals is a sight to be seen.

    This film looks at how fruit bats navigate hundreds of kilometers year after year, and what effect that has on their environment. We follow researchers Martin Wikelski and Dina Dechmann from the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior in Radolfzell as they catch and equip fruit bats with transponders to track their movements. Yet the flying mammal’s habitat is under threat from illegal deforestation as poachers set fire to the forests to create more grazing land for antelopes and harvest charcoal to sell.

    The fruit bats’ habitat in the 400-square-kilometer Kasanka National Park, which is Zambia’s smallest, is shrinking fast. Locals also hunt the bats to make traditional medical preparations that can supposedly confer supernatural powers. The film accompanies park rangers as they visit villagers and farmers to explain the benefits the bats bring and stop at schools to see how children are being encouraged to protect the species.

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  • Will the next pandemic start in Brazil? | DW Documentary

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    ‘The next pandemic will come from the Amazon region’, says Dr. Alessandra Nava, a Manaus scientist conducting research on bats. She is hunting down viruses which lurk in the rain forest and may be dangerous to humans.

    She makes her way through the heart of the Amazon rainforest. At night, Alessandra Nava catches different species of bats in nets or traps. In her laboratory she has already detected new viruses in the bats’ blood or urine. At some point, these could be transmitted to humans. So-called zoonotic diseases like this are increasingly common. The more that humans encroach on the wilderness, the more likely it is that viruses will spread between the species.

    The destruction of the Amazon jungle therefore means a higher risk of pandemics. Wherever agricultural land borders on the rain forest, researchers are already registering increased cases of dengue fever, for example. It’s easy for the virus to spread there. Here on the bordering area there are only a few species left: cattle, pigs and cats - the virus soon adapts to its new host. Often, it’s only a matter of time until the virus adapts to the human organism and attacks it. ‘If we carry on this way, it’s only a question of time until we are confronted with the next pandemic’, Nava says. And it could spread from Brazil to the rest of the world.

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  • The Proof Is Out There: SUPERNATURAL Statue Cries REAL Tears | History

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    During service at a Catholic Church in Hobbs, New Mexico, a statue of the Virgin Mary begins weeping real tears - experts dig deeper into the video footage and expose the truth, in this clip from Season 1, Weeping Mary and the Montana Alien. #TheProofIsOutThere
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    HISTORY® is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive, and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network’s all-original programming slate features a roster of hit series, premium documentaries, and scripted event programming.

  • Beiruts cultural decline | DW Documentary

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    The explosion in Beirut was a shock for Mary Cochrane, a member of one of Lebanon’s most prominent aristocratic families. Sursock Palace, where the family lives, was severely damaged in the blast, but there‘s no money to save it.

    Beirut's reputation as the Paris of the Middle East was built on the city's many historic structures. These architectural gems elegantly combined both European and Middle-Eastern influences. After the explosion in early August, thousands of these buildings now lie in ruin. Most of them are privately owned, but their owners currently lack the means to secure them. Beirut's cultural scene is sounding the alarm: the destruction of these buildings threatens the soul of the city. But there is no money to rescue them. Donations are currently their only hope. Mary Cochrane is struggling to reconstruct the family home, or at least make it winter-proof. After all, Sursock Palace is one of the most famous landmarks in Beirut's Christian quarter, Ashrafieh. A report by Theresa Breuer and Vanessa Schlesier.

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