Dive into the world of fungi and discover how fungi has shaped planet earth plus find out about the latest inventions formed from fungi.
Discover whether telepathy exists and if humans actually have the power to connect through time and space and predict the future in this episode of Mister Tachyon.
The cast look at how sex education handles basic biology; from menstruation, to the rules of reproduction, as well as the challenges of masturbation.
In the first episode, Todd travels to the Gaza Strip. He arrives during the March of Return protests where to date, over 28,000 people have been injured and 280 killed in the weekly protests.
A woman is abducted and hypnotised with an organic material harvested from a specific flower. When she falls for a man, they realise he may also have been subjected to the same process, and search for safety in each other.
Struggling with Rubik's Cube since it came out in the '80s? Learn how to solve the puzzle from any one of the 43 quintrillion starting points with an algorithm and simple advice.
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Our health, body shape, mood and even our evolution are determined by the unseen life forms that swarm throughout our bodies. This program looks at the battleground within our bodies and the remarkable new science that is changing our views about health and disease. We take our audience on a safari full of surprises to discover the role that microbes and worms play in our everyday life and the way they've shaped us throughout our evolution. As the series concludes, we realise that the key to our existence is in maintaining the delicate balance between ourselves and all the other species that we've evolved with - both inside and out. We will never again look at our bodies in the same way.
There is an unexplored planet in the Solar System. A strange world of bizarre creatures locked in a fight for survival. This planet is the human body and it's teeming with unknown ecosystems. Our bodies are home to a trillion cells that are not us - but are very much the making of us. Bugs cling to our skin and grasp onto our hair. They live inside our gut, in our blood and even in our brain. They determine our health, body shape, mood and even our behaviour. We are super-organisms, part of an interconnected web of life. This hidden world is brought to life through fascinating personal accounts, breakthroughs in scientific insights and by the use of the latest imaging technologies.
Tachyon finds people who claim to harness the potential of Mother Nature, ostensibly solving some of the planet's greatest challenges and preparing us for an uncertain future.
With ancient healing practices back on the rise, Tachyon tests the efficacy of plant-based substances and treatments that focus on energy flow.
Tachyon explores the concept of orgone energy, a phenomenon that claims to heal the body and change water. He uses orgonite and an orgone accumulator to test these ideas.
Tachyon searches for answers to the age-old question: do humans have power to connect through time and space and predict the future?
Investigating the power of the human mind, Tachyon looks into the possibility that people have the ability to control objects, other people, or ourselves with the power of thoughts alone.
From ancient instruments to modern technologies, Tachyon unpacks the possibility of different sounds to heal the body and mind.
Can humans be networked? Tachyon learns more about how to enhance our innate capabilities, delving into technology, the animal kingdom, and the intricacies of the human brain.
A documentary chronicling the Cocos Keeling Islands - where Muslims outnumber Christians by more than five to one, and the Southern Star and the Islamic crescent moon sit side by side on the islands' flag. As Australian strategists eye up the value of the Cocos as a military outpost, the locals are forced to confront that their lives are in the hands of a government almost 6000km away in Canberra, and they are part of a country that barely even knows they exist. The Cocos Islanders respond by formulating a plan that will ensure they have a voice in determining the future of their homeland. All it requires is for the man who expected to become the next 'King of the Cocos' to collaborate closely with the Malay people whose ancestors treated virtually like slaves. What could possibly go wrong?
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