November 29, 2021
Take a 3-minute tour of Minnesota’s Voyageurs National Park, an ‘adventure wonderland’ accessible almost exclusively by boat
This film is the culmination of several weeks spent in the northernmost region of Minnesota known as Voyageurs National Park. Encompassing more than 340 square miles, Voyageurs is a watery wonderland almost exclusively accessible by boat. Journey with us as we explore a land blanketed in pristine lakes, erupting with kaleidoscopic fall colors, and home to the most spectacular displays of the northern lights on the planet. This is Voyageurs. Filmed primarily in stunning UHD 8K...
November 28, 2021
Use this hearing test to determine whether or not you can hear different frequencies. When you stop hearing the sounds, that’s your age. Try it with ear buds for best results on both ears...
November 18, 2021
Paramedics Randy Li and Lorena Concepcion-Martinez debunk 12 myths about first aid. They talk about how to properly perform CPR, different choking protocols, and the best way to clean a wound. They also explain that sleeping after a concussion isn’t dangerous — in fact, the myth comes from the misconception that sleeping after a concussion can lead to a coma...
October 9, 2021
September 16, 2021
In Claughton, Lancashire, the Forterra brickworks produces 50 million bricks a year, from shale that's quarried a mile and a half away. To get that shale to the brickworks: the last aerial ropeway in the country. These used to be common: but now, the last one will be gone by 2036.
September 5, 2021
September 2, 2021
Protestant leader Albert Mohler speaks with Archbishop Charles Chaput about ‘Things Worth Dying For’
In this edition of the popular podcast series “Thinking in Public,” Albert Mohler speaks with Archbishop Charles Chaput about his books Strangers in a Strangle Land: Living the Catholic Faith in a Post-Christian World and Things Worth Dying For: Thoughts on a Life Worth Dying For.
August 30, 2021
California teacher removes U.S. flag from classroom, tells student to pledge allegiance to rainbow flag instead
The Newport-Mesa School District is investigating a teacher after she posted a video admitting that she encouraged her students to pledge allegiance to a gay pride flag after she removed the American flag from her classroom.
August 24, 2021
Before the widespread use of CGI, filmmakers used surprising in-camera tricks and optical illusions to fool audiences. Early filmmakers like Georges Méliès could add a hidden cut to film a wide array of illusions. Creative composites allowed for an invisible character in 1933's “The Invisible Man” and for Moses to part the sea in “The Ten Commandments.” Artists literally painted on top of shots to extend sets in “Citizen Kane” and create fantasy worlds in “The Wizard of Oz.” While most of these methods are obsolete today, new technologies like the LED projection used in “The Mandalorian” and the motion-control cameras in 2020's “The Invisible Man” build off these past methods.
August 17, 2021
America was built on the promise of religious liberty for all, but a new lawsuit filed by an activist group threatens to radically undermine this bedrock principle.