#1
Alright. Basically, looking to stream a documentary I can enjoy. Rules are;

1. I can stream it.
2. No music.
3. No conspiraries or similiar garbage

Open to (good) History (I know my stuff, I hate watching dumbed down History programs), Politics, science, anything.
#3
i don't understand your keyboard words...
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#4
all good doc's involve conspiracies
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#5
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the life and times of pit monkeyS?


that would be disturbing to say the least.
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#7
You into ghosts or the paranormal at all?
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#9
Who Killed the Electric Car

you can find the entire thing on google video
#11
watch,, " what the bleep do we know " u wont regret it

no link,, its more of a movie ( physics, theories, emotions, biology of emotions)
its rly gd
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watch,, " what the bleep do we know " u wont regret it

no link,, its more of a movie ( physics, theories, emotions, biology of emotions)
its rly gd

I was thinking of this. Its on youtube (if it hasn't been deleted). Simply awesome.
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#14
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I was thinking of this. Its on youtube (if it hasn't been deleted). Simply awesome.

I prefer physics text books. A very good friend of mine is studying it with astro physics, I tend to steal and peak through all her Maths and Physics stuff all the time.
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I prefer physics text books. A very good friend of mine is studying it with astro physics, I tend to steal and peak through all her Maths and Physics stuff all the time.

Its what fixxxer30 said, but with a psychological aspect/twist to it. Again, simply awesome.

Edit: or just go read "A Brief History of Time" by Steven Hawking
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#16
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Its what fixxxer30 said, but with a psychological aspect/twist to it. Again, simply awesome.

I know enough about that plus I prefer seeing all the Maths involved.

Physics is application of Maths. Without Maths, Physics is just boring