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Newly discovered documentary website. Very Impressive.

http://watchdocumentary.org/all_documentaries/

There are thousands and they all stream for free. There is 112 videos covering only the category of 9/11 & London Bombing. I was so impressed I literally counted.

Category list includes:

9/11 & London Bombing
Adventure
Arts & Artists
Assassination
Biography
Comedy
Conspiracy
Crime
Drugs
Environment
Globalization
Health
History
Human Rights
Massacre
Media
Military
Money & Business
Music
Mystery
Nature
Philosophy
Politics
Psychology
Religious
Science
Sexuality
Society
Sports
Technology
Travel
War

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Honestly this should be on the front page forever!

Iv coming back to this site over and over again. It could be very beneficial for newcomers.

Thank you!

His name is Edward Snowden

What is Capitalism?
http://youtu.be/yNF09pUPypw

Inquiring minds want to know.

Great site, thanks Rex!

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Bookmarked

and bumped

"Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect" - Mark Twain

A Glorious Accident

I didn't see this documentary listed, but it's on line in 7 parts. I originally found it on video and watched all the episodes back to back, fascinated:

"One of the most interesting shows ever aired on public television (WNET, New York) was Wim Kayzer's interviews with six leading intellectuals who represented both the mainstream academic (Stephen J. Gould, Freeman Dyson and Stephen Toulmin) and more or less, as it were, "eccentric" outside the box groundbreaking intellectuals (Oliver Sacks and Rupert Sheldrake). Kayzer interviews each of them (and philosopher Daniel Dennett) individually and then has the entire group sit in a kind of round-table seminar that he moderates and lets the ideas fly."

Part I (Oliver Sacks)

http://youtu.be/wL3C-gVusyE

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

Bookmarked for a rainy Tuesday afternoon

Thanks!

Haha, newly discovered website.

Maybe one day, there will be entire fields of anthropology that scour the internet for ancient articles, and discovering them will be a profession.

To those future professionals, I say hello from the past! Cherish liberty!

"Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito."

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