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100 Best (Free) Science Documentaries Online. No matter how much you know, there is always something new to learn about science.

100 Best (Free) Science Documentaries Online

While your college courses may cover the basics, you can get a more in-depth look at a wide variety of topics from Internet resources such as these great documentaries. These selections will help you explore everything from the inner reaches of the human mind to the outer areas of our universe and just about everything else in between. Better yet, they’re all free to watch online so you can learn more without spending a dime. Health and Medicine These documentaries cover topics like health care, diseases, nutrition, nursing, and more so you can get great insights into health and medicine. Super Size Me: In this movie, filmmaker Morgan Spurlock attempts to subsist on only a diet of McDonald’s for a full month.

Drugs Learn how drugs impact the brain and the variety of legal restrictions imposed upon them from these documentaries. Genetics Evolution and Biological History Physics The Quantum Revolution: Dr. Geology. Tibet: Culture on the Edge Written by Phil Borges - Rizzoli New York - Rizzoli New York. Written by Phil Borges October 4, 2011 Hardcover Photography - Individual Photographers - Essays Rizzoli 12-1/2 x 9 About This Book Firsthand accounts and spectacular photographs combine to form a fascinating portrait of the endangered Tibetan people, their plateau, and their cultural landscape. Occupy Lulz. Libya is not Iraq: Three Victories in Tripoli. As is often noted, we all have a tendency to fight the previous war.

Libya is not Iraq: Three Victories in Tripoli

Just as the 'quagmire' of Vietnam led to reluctance to intervene in Bosnia (at the cost of hundreds of thousands of lives), so too the successes of Kosovo led to the peremptory and ill planned interventionism of Iraq. But Libya is not Iraq. As jubilant crowds fill Green Square, the fall of Tripoli to the rebels is a victory on many counts A Victory for the Libyan People The revolutions in the Mashriq and Maghreb were not inspired by sleeper cells or CIA plotting. Back in March, one of the figures who inspired me to believe in the Libyan people's struggle, and to support the Nato led intervention, was a young brilliant man, Mohammed Nabbous.

The Voices from the StreetOne of those I've been listening to is the brave young journalist from Benghazi, Mohammed Nabbous, an important figure in the February 17th Revolution, who ran his own website Libya Alhurra. Mo's memory has been vindicated tonight. 1. How Communism Works".

In a perfect world, everyone would have food and shelter, and a true utopian society would be devoid of sexism, racism and other forms of oppression.

How Communism Works"

But for most of the world's population, this perfect society just isn't possible. Communism is one proposed solution to these problems. Most people know what communism is at its most basic level. Simply put, communism is the idea that everyone in a given society receives equal shares of the benefits derived from labor. Communism is designed to allow the poor to rise up and attain financial and social status equal to that of the middle-class landowners. Rachel Maddow: Obama Has Accomplished 85% of First Term Agenda in 2 Years - StumbleUpon.

On her MSNBC program last night Rachel Maddow highlighted an often overlooked fact concerning the presidency of Barack Obama.

Rachel Maddow: Obama Has Accomplished 85% of First Term Agenda in 2 Years - StumbleUpon

Maddow said, “By my estimation it is halftime, right, in the first term and with this vote tomorrow they will have gone 85% of the distance they said they wanted to go in the first term of the president.” Here is the video of the segment from MSNBC: Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Maddow hailed the passage of START as victory for Obama, “If this treaty gets ratified tomorrow, it will be political malpractice to not call it an unqualified victory for this president and for this presidency. Reducing the world’s nuclear stockpiles, working toward Ronald Reagan’s goal of a world without nuclear weapons, locking down loose nuclear materials so it doesn’t end up in the hands of terrorists, the whole smoking gun could be a mushroom cloud except for real?”