@dustcirclenews - DOCUMENTARIES: The Truth 365, Seeds of Death, Land of Missing Children, Mutation, One Giant Leap, Book That Can't Be Read, Love Reality and Time of Transition, City of God Guns and Gangs, 10 Rules for Dealing with Police
In less than ten years social media has taken the world by storm. We can now communicate with almost anyone from anywhere effortlessly and instantly and the ways we use social media are endless: to stay in touch, for entertainment, to express ourselves, or to satisfy our curiosity about a planet millions of miles from earth.
Seeds of Death
Every single independent study conducted on the impact of genetically modified food shows that it damages organs, it causes infertility, it causes immune system failure, it causes holes in the GI tract, and it causes multiple organ system failure.
Land of Missing Children: The Rape Trade
Teenage girls are victims of one of the fastest growing industries in the world – sex traffic. India’s north east is famed for its tea estates and Himalayan views. It’s the ancient crossroad of trading routes between Bhutan, Nepal, India and Bangladesh, and the town of Siliguri has always been at the heart of international trade.
Mutation: The Science of Survival
Monster mutants lurk in the myths of many cultures, and we’re fascinated yet fearful of nature’s mutants. But mutants are closer to home than we think. Often invisible, mutations are happening all around us, in every living thing. They’re crucial part of evolution. Now researchers are uncovering how mutations actually work and that may help us find cures for life threatening diseases. As we understand more about mutation we may discover more secrets of the history and future of life on this planet.
One Giant Leap: What About Me?
Jamie Catto and Duncan Bridgeman travelled for 7 months through all 5 continents, and recorded in over 50 locations to create the most inspiring film and album they could imagine. Their mission was not only to gather insights on the huge universal themes of life from the most inspiring and illuminating people they could find, but also to seek out the cream of the world’s musicians and compose immense multi-layered music with them.
The Book That Can’t Be Read
Men have always tried to encode secrets, military communication, love letters, forbidden knowledge, and most secret text is eventually decoded, but among all of history’s cryptic writings one stands out. It’s the world’s most mysterious book written by an unknown author in an odd alphabet and brilliantly illustrated with puzzling images. For centuries, it defies all attempts to unveil its secrets. Now, for the first time, experts analyze the ink, pigments and parchments of the Voynich Manuscript.
Love, Reality, and the Time of Transition
All we need is love, but do we really know what love is? Love is a word that is sung about in songs, written in poems, talked about a lot, and it’s something many people long for, one way or the other, mostly in the form of a partner. We hear it a lot these days: be heart centered, be loved, love is the answer, love always wins, send love and light, and so on. People use it casually in conversations in their everyday lives. It is seen as the solution to all the world problems. All you need is love.
City of God, Guns and Gangs
It’s one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and also one of the most dangerous. In the slums of Rio de Janeiro violent drug gangs operate with impunity, with no regard for human life. Now after decades of chaos, Brazilian authorities are attempting to restore order. They’re using military-like force and a new approach to policing. This bold offensive is referred to as “pacification”, but will it work, and can it work in time?
10 Rules for Dealing with Police
Billy Murphy talks about how to deal with the police. He’s been a judge, but he’s best known as a criminal defense lawyer. He knows how the law works and he knows that for many people the law sometimes doesn’t work. He’s going to show you how to make the law work for you. The choices you make can have a massive impact in the outcomes of your police encounters, even if, and especially if, you’ve done nothing wrong.