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A jaded bureaucrat becomes the unwitting test subject for an experiment to curb global warming.
A service android prompts a woman to redefine her concept of humanity.
Meet the people exploring the intersection between art and science with origami.
“Origami is a metamorphic art form; You don’t add to it [or] take away from it, you change it.”
Not all origami must be representative. There can be beauty in a single crease.
“When you put a crease in a piece of paper, you’re essentially changing the memory of that piece.”
Meet the few scientific teams who have braved the beautiful and silent landscape of Antarctica.
What happens when a society can no longer tell what's real and what's virtual.
A terrorist bomb levels Los Angeles, making one man reconsider his life.
Can you own a sound? Go inside the clash between sampling culture and intellectual property law.
"What the photographer is to the painter is what the modern producer is to the instrumentalist."
"They say I’m the world’s number one sampledest drummer. I haven’t got a penny for it yet though."
"You can’t put soul in a bottle. You can’t quantify soul by a person who’s just got a briefcase."
Joisel recounts the thrill of his first creation and the years it took to achieve it.
For Joisel, choosing origami as his medium was a bit like falling in love.
From Tolkein to Dungeons & Dragons, Joisel often found inspiration in the fantastical.
For Joisel, his creations were like children, and parting with them cause for suffering.
Joisel's origami seashell is magnificently faithful to the real thing - inside and out.
Love blooms amidst genetically modified veggies for lonely agricultural engineer Dekard.
Cat and Kai attempt to pry secrets from an old CD in a world where all data lives in "the cloud."
Outsourcing is pushed to new limits as Rahul and his coworkers answer a different kind of call.
Japan's fascination with insects could help us re-imagine our relationship to nature.
Insects, like haiku or a Zen garden, can represent the world at large writ small.
Shinto and Buddhist teachings encourage harmony and respect towards all living things.
Haiku is an interpretation of the brevity of life, and the never ending cycle of nature.
A filmmaker finds a way to make audiences less afraid of creepy crawlies.
Ten years after they killed the electric car ... it's back!
Meet Bob Lutz...Mr. Horsepower!
Enter the emperor of the electric car
Witness the incredible awesomeness of Elon Musk
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