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1905: Year of Light: Einstein's Important Discovery
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directed by Philippe Tournancheau (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2006), 52 mins
E=MC2. Who really understands what lies behind Albert Einstein's famous formula? This fascinating documentary follows the development of his scientific ideas with great cinematic style. Special effects and beautifully rendered dramatizations illustrate the important discoveries and events in Einstein's early years...
directed by Philippe Tournancheau (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2006), 52 mins
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Air Safety and the FAA: Select Efforts
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edited by Susan P. Weston (New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers, 2013, originally published 2013), 93 page(s)
This book examines some key characteristics and trends of U.S. aviation accidents from 1999 to 2011. Also discussed are the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) efforts to implement methods of risk-based safety oversight.
edited by Susan P. Weston (New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers, 2013, originally published 2013), 93 page(s)
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Amazon Adventures
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directed by Susannah Ward, fl. 2004-2014; produced by Pioneer Productions (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2005), 1 hour 33 mins
The name itself has a sense of mystery and foreboding. With its vast jungles and huge river, the Amazon region covers 2.7 million square miles and stretches across eight South American countries. It has attracted some of history's bravest adventurers, lured by tales of untold riches and the challenge of conquering...
directed by Susannah Ward, fl. 2004-2014; produced by Pioneer Productions (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2005), 1 hour 33 mins
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Where Did it Come From?, Ancient China: Masters of the Wind and Waves
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produced by Paul Kolsby, 1962-, in Where Did it Come From? (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2006), 52 mins
Twenty-five hundred years before modern air travel the ancient Chinese had learned the complicated principles of fluid and aerodynamics. Travel halfway around the world to China where the notion of 'hard air' (air pressure) was understood by Taoist monks.
produced by Paul Kolsby, 1962-, in Where Did it Come From? (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2006), 52 mins
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Where Did it Come From?, Ancient China:  The Origins Of Drilling And Mining
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produced by Michael Guillen, 1959- and Paul Kolsby, 1962-, in Where Did it Come From? (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2006), 1 hour 6 mins
Mining the earth for coal, erecting drilling rigs for oil and natural gas, and smelting iron ore are all fundamentals of the modern industrialized world, but they are nothing new. Travel to China to explore the origins and use of these vital resources more than 2000 years ago. Host Michael Guillen explores the sit...
produced by Michael Guillen, 1959- and Paul Kolsby, 1962-, in Where Did it Come From? (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2006), 1 hour 6 mins
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Animal Tracks, Animal Tracks, Episode 12
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produced by Elisa Thomson, fl. 2011 and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, Astro Media Pty Ltd, in Animal Tracks (New York, NY: Big Media, 2011), 25 mins
From cute and cuddly, to spiky and slimy, Animal Tracks looks at how animals and humans co-exist on our fragile planet. Trek to the depths of the jungle to see what's being done to save our most endangered species. Discover the many ways animals are contributing to advances in medical technology.
produced by Elisa Thomson, fl. 2011 and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, Astro Media Pty Ltd, in Animal Tracks (New York, NY: Big Media, 2011), 25 mins
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Animal Tracks, Animal Tracks, Episode 1
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produced by Elisa Thomson, fl. 2011 and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Animal Tracks (New York, NY: Big Media, 2011), 23 mins
From cute and cuddly, to spiky and slimy, Animal Tracks looks at how animals and humans co-exist on our fragile planet. Trek to the depths of the jungle to see what’s being done to save our most endangered species. Discover the many ways animals are contributing to advances in medical technology.
produced by Elisa Thomson, fl. 2011 and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Animal Tracks (New York, NY: Big Media, 2011), 23 mins
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Animal Tracks, Animal Tracks, Episode 2
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produced by Elisa Thomson, fl. 2011 and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Animal Tracks (New York, NY: Big Media, 2011), 24 mins
From cute and cuddly, to spiky and slimy, Animal Tracks looks at how animals and humans co-exist on our fragile planet. Trek to the depths of the jungle to see what’s being done to safe our most endangered species. Discover the many ways animals are contributing to advances in medical technology.
produced by Elisa Thomson, fl. 2011 and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Animal Tracks (New York, NY: Big Media, 2011), 24 mins
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Animal Tracks, Animal Tracks, Episode 3
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produced by Elisa Thomson, fl. 2011 and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Animal Tracks (New York, NY: Big Media, 2011), 24 mins
From cute and cuddly, to spiky and slimy, Animal Tracks looks at how animals and humans co-exist on our fragile planet. Trek to the depths of the jungle to see what’s being done to safe our most endangered species. Discover the many ways animals are contributing to advances in medical technology.
produced by Elisa Thomson, fl. 2011 and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Animal Tracks (New York, NY: Big Media, 2011), 24 mins
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Animal Tracks, Animal Tracks, Episode 4
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produced by Elisa Thomson, fl. 2011 and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Animal Tracks (New York, NY: Big Media, 2011), 24 mins
From cute and cuddly, to spiky and slimy, Animal Tracks looks at how animals and humans co-exist on our fragile planet. Trek to the depths of the jungle to see what’s being done to save our most endangered species. Discover the many ways animals are contributing to advances in medical technology.
produced by Elisa Thomson, fl. 2011 and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Animal Tracks (New York, NY: Big Media, 2011), 24 mins
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