Funny Skating Budgie Taking his place in the skateboard hall of fame: Jeremy the budgie.
Running time: 41 seconds
Albino Whale In the Pacific coast in Australia meet Migaloo, the albino humpback whale.
Running time: 67 seconds
Luxury Doggy Hotel In Munich, Germany there is the Canis Resort which is a luxury hotel for dogs.
Running time: 51 seconds
Over-Sized Pets Come see some super-sized pets that probably should go on a diet.
Running time: 65 seconds
Elephant Orchestra Presenting the one and only Elephant Orchestra from Lampang elephant park, Thailand.
Running time: 58 seconds
Funny Looking Creatures Meet some creatures that stand out in a crowd because they're very strange looking.
Running time: 59 seconds
The Life and Death of Martin Luther King Jr. He is an iconic figure in the history of African American civil rights. WatchMojo learns more about the life, accomplishments and assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
Running time: 370 seconds
An Interview with Kathy Reichs Part 3 The TV lineup is filled with forensic science shows. WatchMojo chats with author Kathy Reichs about her show, Bones, as well as some of the other popular forensic science shows on TV and their accuracy.
Running time: 152 seconds
An Interview with Kathy Reichs Part 2 WatchMojo chats with Reichs about her career as a forensic anthropologist, and we find out more about some of the cases that have stood out to her most.
Running time: 202 seconds
Learn about Amelia Earhart One of the world’s most notable early female pilots, she was a celebrity in her time. Her disappearance proved to be one of history's enduring mysteries. WatchMojo learns more about the life and accomplishments of Amelia Earhart.
Running time: 201 seconds
The Importance of Teaching Your Child Two Languages Language plays a vital role in our day-to-day lives. WatchMojo speaks with a speech-language pathologist to learn more about the benefits of raising a child to be bilingual from birth and we get a few tips as well.
Running time: 242 seconds
Paul Ehrlich: Toxification of the Planet Paul Ehrlich: Toxification of the Planet
The Long Now Foundation
Paul Ehrlich gives a seminar at the Long Now Foundation about the evolution of human culture and its effect on the environment.
Running time: 292 seconds
The Varieties of Corn Sustainable farmer, Anthony Boutard shares the histories behind different varieties of corn he grows, and describes their different uses.
Running time: 254 seconds
Alison Barratt on the State of the Oceans Health Alison Barratt, from the Monterey Bay Aquarium?s Seafood Watch program discusses the health of the oceans in relation to native fish populations, and the decline of their ecosystems. In the last 50 years, industrial fishing practices have severely lowered fish populations, altering the balance of species diversity within ecosystems.
Running time: 297 seconds
Paul Roberts Explains How Scientists Started Modifying the Food System Part 1. Paul Roberts, veteran print journalist, and author of The End of Food, and The End of Oil, speaks at the first ever, Organicology conference, in Portland, Oregon. The story he tells here is a cautionary tale. Modern science has created the industrial agriculture revolution, producing enormous benefits for society. Though over time, many of these very same benefits such as lower costs of production and greater production yield started to show signs of buckling under the pressure.
Running time: 600 seconds
The History of Food in America In part 2, continuing our conversation with Ann Vileisis, author of Kitchen Literacy, she explains how over time we became gradually disconnected from how foods were produced, and where they originated. Most importantly, the advertising industry played a significant role in changing American values toward food, and easing the transformation to the industrial food production system of today.
Running time: 349 seconds
The 13,000-Year-Old Underground Forest of South Africa While we may aspire to live a century, Rachel Sussman documents creatures who don't bat an eye at a millennium or two. Her photography has captured 4,500 year old bristlecone pines, 12,000 year old yucca, 400,000 year old Siberian bacteria, and many other wizened elders, all with stories longer than all of recorded human history.
Running time: 133 seconds
Global Warming and the Oldest Living Organism While we may aspire to live a century, Rachel Sussman documents creatures who don't bat an eye at a millennium or two. Her photography has captured 4,500 year old bristlecone pines, 12,000 year old yucca, 500,000 year old Siberian bacteria, and many other wizened elders, all with stories longer than all of recorded human history.
Running time: 124 seconds
Why Sesame Street Used to Be Adults Only Skenazy points out that in the West our children's lives are safer in nearly every respect than ever before. So why do we treat them with such "kid" gloves and deny them basic freedoms. In this video she shows how even Sesame Street was terrifying at the time it came out.
Running time: 141 seconds
San Francisco's Prohibition Era Hipsters on Film Rick Prelinger, a guerrilla archivist who collects the uncollected and makes it accessible, presents the fifth of his annual Lost Landscapes of San Francisco screenings. In this part, he screens a bit of San Francisco's prohibition era home movies.
Running time: 144 seconds
Dr. Brizendine on Why Nature vs. Nurture Is Dead Dr. Brizendine discusses her latest book, The Male Brain: A Breakthrough Understanding of How Men and Boys Think. In this segment she explains why the nurture vs. nature debate is not valid anymore.
Running time: 225 seconds