Sunday, 26 May 2013

Mechanical Love Documentary Film Trailer (2009)

As modern technology develops, and increasingly life-like robots move from factories into our homes, how will human beings interact with these machines?

Filmed in Japan, Germany, Italy, Sweden and the U.S., MECHANICAL LOVE reveals the amazing worldwide advances in robot technology, the changing nature of the relationships between humans and their machines, the social benefits and dangers, and the universal human desires to love and be loved.

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Saturday, 25 May 2013

Free Energy from Plasma Fusion Reactors -RT News Report



 A group of scientists in New Jersey claim to have made a breakthrough that would bring mankind closer to creating fusion energy on Earth -- a type of energy that the sun has been producing for billions of years. Traditionally considered a Holy Grail of science -- could plasma fusion finally become a reality? RT's Anastasia Churkina was the first reporter to access the laboratory.

Friday, 24 May 2013

Intelligent Bonobos Monkeys (Science Nation)


 

From the National Science Foundation (NSF), anthropologist Brian Hare and his wife and colleague Vanessa Woods study bonobo behavior are investigating how bonobos differ from chimpanzees, and how bonobos might provide insight on the origins of cooperation in human society.

Public Domain
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Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Sherlock Holmes Murder at the Baskervilles (1937) Full Movie

Loosely based on Arthur Conan Doyle's short story Silver Blaze. 
Sherlock Holmes takes a vacation and visits his old friend Sir Henry Baskerville. His vacation ends when he suddenly finds himself in the middle of a double-murder mystery.

Public Domain
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Friday, 17 May 2013

Two Weeks to Live (1943) Public Domain



When Abner is mistakenly diagnosed as having only two weeks to live, his partner gets the idea that they can make a ton of money by having Abner perform all kinds of dangerous stunts.
Public Domain

Wednesday, 15 May 2013


Atom Age Vampire is a 1963 black-and-white Italian horror/science fiction film directed by Anton Giulio Majano and starring Alberto Lupo.

Public Domain

Sunday, 12 May 2013

   

A Film Bulletin outlining proper procedures for aiming, firing, etc. of hand guns.
Production Company: U.S. War Department

Public Domain
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Friday, 10 May 2013

Introduction to Holography - Short Educational Documentary Film (1972)



This documentary style short educational film examines the process of designing and developing holography, types of holograms, and the uses of the hologram for various artistic and scientific purposes, as demonstrated by Tung H. Jeong, PhD. Lake Forest College.

Thursday, 9 May 2013

Minecraft City in a 3D print



A 3D model of a minecraft-village, exported directly out of the game world using a modified minecraft.print() script, colored using CAD software, and printed on a Zprinter 650.

Block size is only 1mm in this model, the overall size is 360x250x60 mm


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Wednesday, 8 May 2013

The Lady Vanishes Film by Hitchcock 1938


Travellers on a trans-European train are delayed for a night due to bad weather in an unnamed country. The passengers cram into the small village hotel where socialite Iris Henderson meets an old governess called Miss Froy. Shortly after the journey restarts, Miss Froy disappears.

Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Censorship: A Question of Judgment? (1963)



Public Domain
Should the sponsor of a high-school newspaper have the power to determine whether a picture of a student fight should be printed?

Monday, 6 May 2013


Time lapse video of the hydroponic tower garden on the roof at Chef John Sedlar's Playa Restaurant in Los Angeles. This was shot over the course of 2 months with a GoPro and captures tower setup through harvest. 
Edited by Gene Fama. Music: "Celeste" by Les Enfants.

Sunday, 5 May 2013


This rare Sherlock Holmes film was released at the same time as the Raymond Massey picture "The Speckled Band". The story is partly based on two Conan Doyle short stories: "The Final Problem" and "The Empty House".
Sceptical about the potential success of the film, the producers sold the rights to the film to "First Division Pictures" for 800 pounds. The film was released in July 1931 under the title "Sherlock Holmes' Fatal Hour". It was very successful, running for over a month on Broadway, which was unprecidented for a British produced programmer. 
Reviews hailed the film for "bringing the real Sherlock Holmes to the screen." This prompted 4 more movies in the series The Missing Rembrandt (still considered lost), The Sign of Four, The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes and The Silver Blaze/Murder at the Baskervilles. 
This film was deemed lost when the only known print went missing after being shown at a Sherlock Holmes Society reception for Arthur Wontner in 1955. The version presented here is pieced together from two separate prints to create the longest and best quality version of the film. There are noticable differences between the two prints. The lesser quality print is only used to fill in minor sections that were missing or incomplete in the better quality version. It has the US title "Sherlock Holmes' Fatal Hour" on screen. The quality is still not optimal, but it is a major improvement from the versions previously available.

Director: Leslie S Hiscott
Producer: Julius Hagen
Production Company: Twickenham Film Studios
Audio/Visual: sound, B/W



Run, Hide, Fight: Guide to surviving an active shooter PSA 

Active Shooter/Hostile Intruder Preparedness
"What, If" Thinking: Thinking through scenarios in your head can help you respond faster. Take time to understand your surroundings and environment and then make a plan.
During an active shooter or hostile intruder event, there are three choices an individual can make:
Run: If possible, run to an exit and get to a safe location. Try to encourage others to come with you, but do not let them slow you down.
Hide: Close, lock, and barricade doors. Hide behind something thick and silence cell phones.
Fight: As a last resort and only if your life is in danger. Be aggressive, use improvised weapons, and commit to your actions.
The following video, developed by the City of Houston, describes life saving reactions to an active shooter.

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Public Domain

Saturday, 4 May 2013



He Walked by Night (1948) is a black-and-white police procedural film noir, crediting Alfred L. Werker as director. The film, shot in semidocumentary tone, was loosely based on newspaper accounts of the real-life actions of Erwin "Machine-Gun" Walker, a former Glendale California police department employee and World War II veteran who unleashed a crime spree of burglaries, robberies, and shootouts in the Los Angeles area during 1945 and 1946.

The Jamaica Inn - A pirate film by Alfred Hitchcock


A classic film directed by Alfred Hitchcock (1939)
Set in Cornwall where a young orphan, Mary, is sent to live with Aunt Patience and Uncle Joss who are the landlords of the Jamaica Inn. Mary soon realizes that her uncle's inn is the base of a gang of ship wreckers who lure ships to their doom on the rocky coast.

Friday, 3 May 2013

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