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The developed North and the developing South

There is a huge gap between the socio-economic conditions of the northern and southern hemispheres. The reasons for this can be traced back to geographical...

Rice in a bottle

Lift a bottle full of rice using a few skewers.

Grapes

A film about the fruit at the heart of winemaking.

Water

Water is one of the most important substances on Earth. Let’s take a look at its characteristics!

The evolution of humanity Part III - The last act

Did Neanderthals go extinct or did the wise man force them out? Or perhaps they merged into other groups and still live among us? You’ll get some answers in...

Fascinating atmospheric phenomena

We can often observe spectacular atmospheric phenomena. Let's see how some of these are formed.

Library of memories

We compared the capacity of our brain with that of a computer. Let’s see the results!

Hungary, a country in the heart of Europe

This Central European country has a population of 10 million. Its capital is Budapest. Much of its area is flat, the rest is hilly and mountainous.

The father of comets: Edmond Halley

Prior to the 17th century astronomers were unable to account for the phenomenon of shooting stars.

Iceland: the tundra in bloom

Rich in wonderful natural sights, Iceland is also called the 'land of ice and fire'. Its population is just slightly above 300,000.

Abrasion coasts

The destructive force of waves can create steep cliffs in certain coastal areas. Let’s see how this process works.

Volcanic activity

The area surrounding an inactive or extinct volcano is not necessarily calm. Let’s see the potential after-effects of once active volcanoes.

The Tundra: a green-edged icy wasteland

Is the tundra region as cold and deserted as many people think?

Salzburg, the city of Mozart

There is a city on the border between Bavaria and Austria that attracts thousands of tourists every day with its vibrant atmosphere.

The evolution of humanity Part II - Towards a new world

In the next stage of human evolution, Homo erectus started to adapt to its environment.

The future of our world

In the world of science, the future is forecast on the basis of various mathematical models. Let’s look at a couple of examples!

The evolution of humanity Part I - Venturing down from the trees

For a long time, mankind has been interested in its ancestors that lived thousands of years ago.

The rise of the Catholic Church

In the Middle Ages the Catholic Church had immense power not only over religious life, but also over politics.

Sedimentary rock

Did you know that about 75% of the land on our planet is covered with sedimentary rock?

The work of glaciers

A glacier is a large body of ice in constant, slow motion down a hillside.

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