SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Science vs God? Human Consciousness – Episode 3

Human consciousness is the most mysterious phenomenon in the universe. Not only does it exist; it is sophisticated beyond understanding. The big issue: does the immaterial reality of human consciousness point to an immaterial mind behind the universe?

Examining the evidence from ‘the God gene’ to near death experience, this episode brings the final clash of views of this God question series.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2012

Episode: 3 of 3


 

Science vs God? Charles Darwin – Episode 2

If ever God had an undertaker, it surely must be Charles Darwin. Yet, says his biographer James Moore “Darwin was never really an atheist”. He has, nevertheless, become its patron saint.

The evidence for evolution is compelling. Indeed its achievements are so spectacular that they lead to underlying questions about why it is so successful if there is no over-arching mind.

In this episode champions of the view that Darwin has buried God clash with their theistic counterparts.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2012

Episode: 2 of 3


 

Science vs God? The Cosmos – Episode 1

Its origin shrouded in mystery, operating according to its own laws, described with the precision of mathematics, there is nothing as impressive as the cosmos.

Life on earth is supported by forces finely tuned to an astonishing degree. So is it all luck? Or does the evidence suggest something more behind our ordered universe?

In this episode atheism and theism are on a collision course. Where does the truth lie?


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2012

Episode: 1 of 3


 

How Britain Bridges The World

Throughout history Britain’s bridge builders have stood out from the rest of the world. From Thomas Telford to Lord Norman Foster, designers and engineers have been, and still are, the best. This insightful documentary explores some of the most iconic structures built by Britain’s best. Featuring London’s Millennium Bridge, Skye Bridge, Gateshead Millennium Bridge and the colossal Milau in France, we discover what it took to build these structures.
We hear from leading figures in the field—from Peter Curran and Hamish Douglas to Michel Virlogeux and Gordon Masterton. The program unveils why and how these bridges came to be, and why British bridge building is still the best.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2011

Episode: 1 of 1


 

Ultimates – Ultimate Strike Planes – Episode 4

Ultimate Strike Planes looks at the history of creating stronger, faster and more powerful military aircraft. Using interviews, dramatic footage and CGI, the one-hour episode examines the evolution of technology used to make some of the world’s most powerful fighting machines, while also exploring the political and economic advantages of staying one step ahead of the competition. Using interviews with the pilots who operate fighter planes, the episode offers a glimpse into the past, present and future of strike plane technology, including the most recent innovations that allow planes to take off from short distances and go undetected by radar.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2003

Episode: 4 of 4


 

Ultimates – Ultimate Racing Crashes – Episode 2

Ultimate Racing Crashes explores the high tech, high-speed world of car and bike racing. By examining several renowned Formula 1, NASCAR and motorbike crashes, the episode offers a fascinating look at the history of the science and engineering used to sustain drivers in life-threatening impacts. The episode also chronicles vital measures taken by Formula 1 and NASCAR governing bodies to more effectively manage the safety of these highly dangerous, cutting-edge sports.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2003

Episode: 2 of 4


 

Ultimates – Ultimate Explosions – Episode 1

Ultimate Explosions chronicles the compelling stories of explosions that have reverberated around the world. The one hour episode also reveals the powerful stories about the men, women and children impacted by the world’s most notorious wartime, accidental and man-made explosions, while also telling the untold story of a massive underground bomb that could explode at any time, posing the ultimate challenge for explosives experts.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2003

Episode: 1 of 4


 

Airdogs 4 – Episode 8

As Rooster struggles to adapt his flight experience to helicopters, Mark aims to finally out perform the veteran pilot. Although Miller is the only one with experience in a helicopter, the two have headed out south to challenge each other on an experimental chopper that simulates plane flight via an onboard computer, possibly giving Rooster back his advantage.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2009

Episode: 8 of 1


 

Airdogs 3 – Episode 6

Watch as the Air Dogs relive the history of the worlds first powered aircraft design, the Biplane. Rooster attempts to follow in his father’s footsteps by testing himself on one of the toughest WWII training aircraft, the Tiger Moth; while Miller goes joyriding in a vintage stunt Biplane.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2009

Episode: 6 of 2


 

Airdogs 2 – Episode 4

The Air Dogs are on a pilgrimage to the Mecca of gliding, a unique area at the foot of the Rocky Mountains that produces massive thermals. The two want to find out who can surf the “wave” up to the greatest elevation in one of the engineless gliders. Equipped with oxygen tanks and clothing designed protect against the temperatures of Mt. Everest, Miller and Rooster soar into the inhospitable heights of the atmosphere trying to outdo each other.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2009

Episode: 4 of 2


 

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