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Underwater organisms of the Lembeh Strait – Wallace Line, #02, 램베해협의 수중 생명체

The earth’s changes are perceived by the many earthquakes and volcanic eruptions in the circum-Pacific orogenic zone.Indonesia Indonesia, comprised of many islands, is located in that zone.Lembeh StraitNarrated by Hong Gyeong-min This narrow strait between the islands is Indonesia’s Lembeh Strait. It’s the most mystical underwater kingdom in the world. We’ve decided to visit the […]

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Del vent al blau – Documentary about ecological and social injustice in South America (63′)

I write in my notebook: I’m traveling to a historically punished continent. I’m traveling with a home video camera and a sound tech. Home is far away, my dog, my cat, my plants, the walnut tree in winter, the walnut tree in summer… The planet itself stages the work of time. The Montseny, birds, more […]

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How Science Helps Preserve Longmen Grottoes

[GENTLE MUSIC] NARRATOR: Along both sides of China’s Yi River are limestone caves called grottoes, containing many thousands of statues carved over hundreds of years. [GENTLE MUSIC] These are some of China’s earliest Buddhist temples, located just south of the ancient capital of Luoyang. [GENTLE MUSIC] Within the 2,345 caves are almost 110,000 statues, ranging […]

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Inside a Synthetic DNA Factory That’s Building New Forms of Life

Inside this advanced foundry, biologists, software engineers, and a fleet of automated robots are working side by side to crank up the speed of nature. They’re taking synthetic DNA, remixing it and programming microorganisms, turning these living samples into mini-factories that could one day pump out new foods, fuels, and medicines. Every piece of DNA […]

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