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Dark5: The Failed Navy Teleportation Experi...

May 21, 2022No Comments

In the fall of 1943, the legend goes that an incredible experiment took place in the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard. While on berth, cannon-class destroyer escort

Dark5: 5 Creepiest Documentaries Ever Made

Apr 16, 2022No Comments

‘Experiments in the Revival of Organisms’ is a 20-minute Soviet film from 1940 documenting a series of revolutionary and disturbing experiments led by Dr. Sergei

Vice: Catching Pedophiles Using AI

Jan 24, 2022No Comments

Sue Black has dedicated her life to catching child sex abusers. The crime itself is unusual, as perpetrators will often record themselves in the act.

AsapScience: When Will COVID End?

Jan 20, 2022No Comments

Coming up on two years of the Coronavirus pandemic, how much longer will it last? Is it like the Spanish flu or will it never

Elizabeth Holmes & The Theranos Decept...

Jan 04, 2022No Comments

Elizabeth Holmes has been found guilty on four counts of wire fraud. In 2018, Norah O’Donnell reported on Theranos, the company led by Holmes with

Why the Ocean is Still Unexplored | Unveile...

May 17, 2021No Comments

While NASA makes headlines for exploring space, NOAA has been exploring the ocean... And discovering the mysteries of the deep. The oceans account for 99%

Vox: Are We Automating Racism?

Mar 31, 2021No Comments

Many of us assume that tech is neutral, and we have turned to tech as a way to root out racism, sexism, or other “isms”

Soft White Underbelly: Inbred Family-The Wh...

Mar 09, 2021No Comments

Soft White Underbelly video and portraits of The Whitakers, an inbred family from Odd, West Virginia. The individuals in this video are brothers and sisters,

Our Changing Climate: The New York Times is...

Nov 29, 2020No Comments

In this Our Changing Climate environmental video essay, I look at how The New York Times is in the oil business. Specifically, the video focuses

Dissenting scientists issue Covid-19 herd i...

Oct 11, 2020No Comments

Great Barrington Declaration - Freddie Sayers talks to eminent epidemiologists Dr Sunetra Gupta, Dr Jay Bhattacharya and Dr. Martin Kulldorff, who met in Massachusetts to