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(ed2k) Cbc: The Nature Of Things (collection Of Links)
08-18-2006, 02:12 PM,
(ed2k) Cbc: The Nature Of Things (collection Of Links)
[quote="festering leper"]Notes:
All captures below have the following specifications unless otherwise specified:

Video Codec: XviD 1.02
Video Bitrate: 2000 Kbits ABR
Video Resolution: 640x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.33
Audio Codec: mp3
Audio BitRate: 128 Kbits CBR / 48KHz 16bit (normalized)
Audio Channels: 2 (stereo)
Source: NTSC cable
Captured by: festering leper
CBC Nature of Things Page: here

The beginning numbers in the ed2k link are YYMMDD format date of capture or release.


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Passion & Fury: The Emotional Brain
Passion and Fury: The Emotional Brain is a rare and compelling investigation of our most basic emotions - fear, anger, happiness and love - and the internal forces that can take humans from the brink of madness and obsession to the heights of ecstasy and euphoria. Bringing together powerful human stories with frontier science, this special four-part series looks at the primal emotions that we generate in our brains, and how nature and nurture combine to make us feel the way we do.
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Intuition (640x464)
A horse buyer selects her winning choices randomly from a list, using her "gut-feeling." Upon viewing a photo, a businesswoman tells her boss that his wife is expecting a baby. An astronaut communicates telepathically from space with colleagues on earth. These and many other examples of psi-phenomena are examined in the film Intuition.

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Recovering Krystal
Recovering Krystal tells the dramatic story of Krystal Meade, a teenage drug addict and runaway, attending the Alberta Adolescent Recovery Centre (AARC). The focus of this unique alcohol and drug rehabilitation program is the treatment of the young addicts and their families. Recovering Krystal offers an insider's view of the Alberta Addiction Recovery Centre, by examining groundbreaking rehabilitation techniques.

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The Value of Life: Aids in Africa Revisited (400x300/DIVX/VHS)
This film is a follow-up to the award-winning Race Against Time in 2001, which covered Lewis on one of his first fact-finding missions in Africa. Kofi Annan had declared a war on AIDS and, at a special session of the U.N., established a Global Fund so richer countries could help poorer ones fight the disease. With the world focused on AIDS, Lewis believed the pandemic could be stopped in its tracks. But then came September 11, and the world's attention turned to homeland security and fighting terrorism. With promises of financial aid to Africa broken, Lewis's optimism turned to disbelief.

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When Is Enough, Enough? (VHS)
At the centre of Canada's vast northern watershed that drains into the Arctic Ocean is one of the greatest freshwater deltas on Earth - the Peace-Athabasca Delta. Upstream, along the Athabasca River, hidden underneath the boreal forest and muskeg wetlands, is one of the richest oil deposits in the world. The United States government recently declared Alberta's oil sands to be 'proven oil reserves.' Consequently, the U.S. upgraded its global oil estimates for Canada from five billion to 175 billion barrels.

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Selling Sickness
Selling Sickness explores the unhealthy relationships between society, medical science and the pharmaceutical industry as they promote their new miracle cures - selling not just drugs but also the latest diseases that go with them. It looks at the growing global controversy around SSRI antidepressants and follows British Psychiatrist, Dr David Healy, patients and their families as they rock the scientific establishment with accusations that aggressive drug marketing is blurring the boundaries between medical conditions and ordinary life with potentially deadly consequences.

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Arktika: The Russian Dream That Failed
ARKTIKA: The Russian Dream That Failed traces the ambitious and disasterous Soviet attempt to conquer a vast arctic region spanning half of the top of the world. A veil of secrecy that enveloped the Russian Arctic during the Soviet era has lifted. As hundreds of thousands of Russians evacuate the north, leaving behind a legacy of environmental destruction and nuclear waste, the story of the Soviet dream of conquering the Arctic-and its cost-can be told.

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Killed By Care: Makeing Medicine Safe (600x352)
In Canada alone it's estimated that between 9,000 and 24,000 people die every year as a result of medical error. The Nature of Things presents Killed By Care: Making Medicine Safe a one hour documentary that explores the tragic consequences of medical error and the devastating impact it can have on patients, their families and on health care workers as well.

i gotto goto bed can somebody fix this post please?
sorry im a noob anyway heres where found it from
08-18-2006, 02:15 PM,
(ed2k) Cbc: The Nature Of Things (collection Of Links)
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Tale of a Tiny Bird (640x352)
Magic and understanding blossom when an imaginative young girl meets the King of the Songbirds. Travelling with him, to his kingdom among the dunes of Courland on the Baltic, she is granted unprecedented access to the private lives of tiny birds. She also gets a chance to observe scientists, who have devoted their lives to studying birds and their epic migratory journeys. A film rich in wonder, compassion and quiet humour.

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Apocalypse Cow: The Mad Cow Story (640x352)
APOCALYPSE COW is a two-part story about Mad Cow Disease - a rare brain disorder of cattle that has the ability to jump species. The Mad Cow epidemic started in the United Kingdom and has spread to more than 20 countries around the world. It is also a story about cover-up and greed. APOCALYPSE COW examines new information on the tangled history and origins of the outbreak, exploring its potential impact on human health.
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Bhopal: The Search For Justice (640x352)
The December 2, 1984 release of poisonous methyl isocynate gas from the Union Carbide plant in Bhopal, India has resulted in the deaths of 15,000 people and the maiming of hundreds of thousands more. It was, and remains, the world's worst industrial disaster. Twenty years later, amid charges of corruption and suppression of medical research, inadequate long term relief and compensation is being provided the survivors of a disaster that continues to claim victims today.

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Forbidden Forest (640x352)
Jean Guy Comeau and Francis Wishart walk through ravaged landscapes: good wood left rotting on the ground, stagnant pools of water, uprooted trees blown over. Trenches more than 2 metres deep have been gouged into the ground by heavy machinery. This is clear-cutting in New Brunswick's Acadian forest. And what most people don't realize is that it's being done on public (or Crown) lands - lands that are supposed to be managed by the government on behalf of the people.

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Fighting Fire With Fire
Fighting Fire with Fire ventures into the forests of Banff National Park, where the park wardens are deliberately setting fires known as “prescribed burns.” They are taking accepted practice (if it’s on fire, put it out), and doing the exact opposite. One goal is to try and prevent bigger, hotter, faster fires; another is to regenerate the land, creating conditions for flora and fauna to thrive.

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Being Caribou
Environmentalist Leanne Allison and wildlife biologist Karsten Heuer follow a herd of 120,000 caribou on foot, across 1,500 kilometres of rugged Arctic tundra. The husband-and-wife team want to raise awareness of threats to the caribou’s survival. They let the caribou guide them through a wild and remote landscape, from the central Yukon to coastal Alaska and back.
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Highway To Cyberia (640x464)
This program examines the near future of computers, focusing on technologies that may make it possible to shop and bank at home, watch movies on demand, and experience virtual reality. The program balances this vision of the future with questions about information overload, increasing user isolation, and coping with the speed of change.

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Alternative Medicine: Teaching New Doctors Old Tricks (640x464)
In recent years, the number of North Americans who have turned to alternative medical practitioners has risen dramatically. Signs indicate that North American medical professionals, as well as the pubic at large, are beginning to recognize alternative treatments. With the high cost of health care and the large amount of money spent on chronic illnesses, many are willing to look at other medical practices, which may be even safer, and more cost effective.

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Back To Basics (640x464)
A look a back pain - a problem that affects nearly all of us at one time or another. There are effective treatments for some bad backs, but even better we can learn how to take care of our backs and avoid injury in the first place.

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Learning To Love The Creepy Crawlies (640x464)
In this video entomologist and Harvard Professor E.O. Wilson discuss the vital role insects play in ecology and in all life on earth. If insects disappeared, the natural world as known now would collapse in a matter of months. Insects are an integral part of life. They pollinate most of the world's flowering plants, break down organic wastes to produce soil, and they are a source of food for many animals and plants.

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