#1
In the past two days I watched a lot of documentaries involving schizophrenia, kids who missed early attachment years, human dissection, BDD, gang wars, prisons, prostitution and women in Iraq.

I want to watch some in a more scienc-y way? Any ideas? I already watched some lectures about the universe in general, but I'm looking into more directly-related-to-humanity science subjects.

Possibly with a link on youtube? I do not like to download them
#2
Weed documentaries.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfxaJQVxSA4


Like, man, bro, it's going to umm........fuckin.....


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0ru8DLrs7c

Oh fuck I love that song! Shit I could just blaze it to this all day..


Oh yeah man! That documentary...it'd like....totally change your perspective on ummm.....


life...man.

Woah.

that's heavy.
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#5
Watch "The National Parks: America's Best Idea" by Ken Burns. It's 12 hours of the best scenery, music, and storytelling you will get to hear. It's no joke, the importance of America's national parks or the documentary that showcases the history and the essence behind them.
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#6
I'm more, not about who makes them, though that matters as well, but rather the subjects, there are so many to choose from, and I wish to watch those that will provide me with most information I did not come across earlier.

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Watch "The National Parks: America's Best Idea" by Ken Burns. It's 12 hours of the best scenery, music, and storytelling you will get to hear. It's no joke, the importance of America's national parks or the documentary that showcases the history and the essence behind them.


Anything on youtube?
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#7
Brian Cox's "Wonders of the Universe" and "Wonders of the Solar System" great series's.
#8
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Brian Cox's "Wonders of the Universe" and "Wonders of the Solar System" great series's.

+1

Also :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30ruBtLIvJM
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#12
i dont have the link but search Kuru:the science and the sorcery. its a brilliant documentary on the discovery of the first prion disease in papua new guinea due to their cannibalism
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#13
Guns, Germs, and Steel (National Geographic 3 part)
History of global inequality.

http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/guns-germs-and-steel/

The American Dream (30 min animated short)
Financial institutions, fractional reserve banking, fiat currency, compound interest loans.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPWH5TlbloU
#15
If you like Science AT ALL, then Carl Sagans The Cosmos is ESSENTIAL for you to watch. There are 14 hour long episodes from from Sagan himself, going over parralells of the Universe, history, space, evolution, biology, mathmatics, all rolled up into one and how they relate. Its from the 80's and I swear you wont be dissapointed, dont let how old it is discourage you from checking it out - all the information provided is still accurate and continues to mesmerize even me, and I've watched them all at least 4 or 5 times. Carl Sagan man..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmos:_A_Personal_Voyage
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There's like 40 1-hour of videos on that on youtube I think, I only watched the dissection of arm, I found it quite boring...
#19
There was this three part documentary series called "all watched over by machines of loving grace" that was pretty interesting. You can find it you google it. Pretty weird but enjoyable.

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