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Human Glint (2009)

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A three-corner illustrious TV series about you. And me, and all of us. “We’ll be trying to get to the foundation of what makes us kind. Trying to stumble on that quirk we’re vocation the ‘human spark’.” One way to interrogate us is by looking at what’s almost us. “We’ll be checking in with our closest living relatives, the chimpanzees, to stumble on out how the microscopic disagreement in our genes, just 1 percent, makes such a jumbo disagreement to who we are and what we can do. Chimps are brilliant as a beat, but they’re not us. Why aren’t they?”

The Kind Glint debuts on PBS Wednesday, January 6th, with episodes two and three on the following Wednesdays, the 13th and 20th. “We can’t agreement we’ll stumble on the kind glint, but we can agreement that looking for it will be fascinating. And it may alteration the way you think about who you are.”

The: Brains Matters

In the futuristic environs of the Laboratory of Neuro Imaging at the University of California, Los Angeles, Alan gets a exceptionally circumstantial sweep of his brains — which for a man in his pioneer 70s, is in remarkably angelic word. This mould, projected on a jumbo curved protect behind him, is the starting pith for a search within his brains — as well as the brains of others — for the chief components of the Kind Spark; a search knowledgeable by what the anterior to two programs have revealed about the attributes that mark aggressive humans unique.One of those faculties is wording. Through both running brains scans and on a trip-tech EEGs, we inquiry for the wording centers within Alan«s brains,including those employed to recollect mistakes in grammar — and originate the way wording allows us to play on symbols in our minds. He also untangles the complex edda of a gene called FOXP2, visiting researchers in England and Germany as well as the US who are using FOXP2 as an invigorating new window into how wording may have evolved. Other running scans of Alan»s brains over a fascinating associate between two of humans' most representative abilities — wording and the use of tools.

Format : AVI

Ultimately : 466 MiB for 56mn 9s 577ms

Codec : XviD

Well-Spring : HDTV

Wording : English US

Subtitles : None

Type : Nature/Science

Video #0 : MPEG — 4 Visual at 1 012 Kbps

Orientation : 624 x 336 (1.857) at 23.976 fps

Audio #0 : MPEG Audio at 136 Kbps

Infos : 2 channels, 48.0 KHz



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