5 documentaries that will help you to know the world
Curiosity is one of the most innate qualities of the human being. There are many people from birth to death, they have the urgent need to know how everyone around them works.
And you? Do you consider yourself to be the most curious people? Well, if so, we have prepared a selection of five documentaries that you can see directly from your home.
Travel to the ends of the Universe
The truth that on our planet is really comfortable. Here we have everything we need to live and be happy until we die. However, what happens if we start to explore space? What would happen if we started visiting other planets like Venus, Mars, Neptune or Pluto? What's more, what would we find beyond our vast Solar System?
This is one of the many questions that this documentary created by National Geographic tries to tackle. Undoubtedly a video of forced viewing for lovers of the universe and outer space:
The 10 ten most mysterious places in the world
We leave the universe a little aside to focus on our planet. Throughout its five continents we can find the most mysterious places that have left truly missed millions of visitors throughout history. The case of the Batu caves of India. Or Stonehege stones, a construction of pillars that many scientists do not know how they were built.
For its part, in the US we also find area 51, a place of the most enigmatic and secret that keeps many mysteries. Although there is no official confirmation, numerous sources claim that samples from aliens or flying saucers are collected here. We do not want to reveal much more to you and therefore we invite you to prove all this for yourselves.
The virtual revolution The power of free
It would be foolish to deny that the Internet has been one of the most revolutionary inventions of recent decades. Due to this tool the whole society has changed. Even our way of behaving and socializing among us has undergone important changes because of social networks like Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
But what price should we pay for all this? What should we give in exchange for all this free information that we have available in just a couple of clicks? In just one month there are more than 76,000 million search results on Google. Therefore, it is not very unreasonable to think that all these data can put our privacy at risk. In this way, companies such as Google or Yahoo have become rich in exchange for million-dollar advertising contracts:
Buy, throw and buy
We live in a capitalist and consumerist society. Every day we are consumers of any product or service. And many times we do not realize it. In fact, there are already generations of children and young people who have become accustomed to the mere fact of buying something, using it, throwing it away and buying it again when it is no longer useful:
September 11 was one of one of the most important historical events of the beginning of the 21st century. Because of this attack against the Twin Towers of New York the world as we know it today has changed radically. In fact, terrorism remains one of the top concerns of the Western world.
Thanks to a great journalist like Michael Moore, one can understand much better how one of the most powerful and influential nations in the world, such as the USA, works. No doubt a documentary that will delight all those who love conspiracy theories:
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