From the filmmakers: “In this myth shattering, information packed documentary, learn from physicians and leading researchers about medicinal cannabis and its demonstrated affects on human health…this game-changing movie presents the most comprehensive synopsis to date of the real science surrounding the world’s most controversial plant.”
Sometimes truth is stranger than the fiction seen on the silver screen. Case in point? Insects. Between six and ten million insect species live on Earth, representing more than 90 percent of…
In order to grow, tarantulas must shed their exoskeletons every one to two years–and even more so when they are younger. Like most humans who are about to undergo a major and often uncomfortable change, before molting tarantulas tend to appear sluggish and refuse food. The process can last anywhere from 45 minutes to over 12 hours. In this video, though, it happens in under five minutes.
Apartheid and the struggle against it have largely shaped the course of modern South African history. And in Katlehong, one of the key outposts of the anti-apartheid struggle, young South Africans continue to manifest their anger in a way you’d never expect: by train surfing. As one of the staff riders (local slang for the sport) says, train surfing offers itself as a physical release that is much less violent than robbing or beating others.
Match sticks, cigarettes and puddles are peppered throughout London’s vast sidewalks and street corners. Swapping blight for whimsy, these clever filmmakers have found inspiration–not ugliness–in them, and have since created this delightful video of the tiny worlds that might exist in the most unexpected of places.