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Jan 13

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A card Floats off the deck at your command. The Trick – No strings, threads or wires. The lifting motion is slow; the force is under your control. Someone chooses a card, then you take the card from them and float it off the deck. You can hand the card out to your audience.

The trick is more powerful than you realize.

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Jan 12

Dakar has always been a pretty unrealistic dream for most riders due to the fact that the logistics are very daunting. International shipment of a bike to a far away place, time away from work, no “support” network, language difficulties, vast distances in areas with no infrastucture, the difficulties of border crossings etc. Visa’s, Carnet’s and more – plus Africa while “adventurous” has many detracting qualities.

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Jan 12

Famed for matching affordability with sleek designs, find out how Maserati engineers maintain standards despite their low costs.

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Jan 12

The predictions of the prophet Michel Nostradamus have fascinated people for centuries, and many believe that his prophesies relate to the catastrophes that take place in the world we live in today. For the first time, his words will be put to forensic test as we search for the truth about one of history’s most mysterious and misunderstood characters. Discovery Channel invites you to step back in time to an age where the church made the rules and suspected heretics were burned at the stake. Nostradamus was forced to fight against his visions to save his life, until word spread of his prediction of the death of King Henry II of France. His mystical abilities led to dangerous defiance of the church and delved into a dark world of fear, astrology, heresy, sex and scandal.

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Jan 12

Neil Oliver tells the epic story of how Britain and its people came to be over thousands of years of ancient history – the beginnings of our world forged in ice, stone, and bronze

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Jan 11

“Neil Hollander and Harald Mertes searched around the sea ports of the world for nearly two years, from 1981 to 1983, for a vanishing breed of sailors and their craft. Despite the predominance of steel hull and diesel engine, traditional wooden hulled sailing craft remain.

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Jan 11

A coming of age story about an inner-city youth raised by a hardworking single mother. When his dream of becoming a basketball player fails to materialize, he finds himself employed in a supermarket. After his mother is tragically gunned down, Clarence (played by Jackson) is consumed by revenge and takes up a life of crime in order to support his younger brother.

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Jan 11

Discovery How its made Complete Season

How It’s Made is a documentary television series that premiered in 2001 on the Science Channel in the U.S., and Discovery Channel Canada in Canada. This show explains how everyday things are made from toilets to turbojets. Many interesting consumer and industrial items are displayed throughout their entire process of manufacture.

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Jan 11

How It’s Made is a documentary television series that premiered in 2001 on the Science Channel in the U.S., and Discovery Channel Canada in Canada. This show explains how everyday things are made from toilets to turbojets. Many interesting consumer and industrial items are displayed throughout their entire process of manufacture.

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Jan 10

What happens when a Berkeley hippie turns detective and gets mixed up with the CIA and the KGB? NOVA follows computer sleuth Cliff Stoll as he tracks a data thief through a maze of military and research computers.

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In 1986, astronomer turned computer scientist Clifford Stoll had just started working on a computer system at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory when he noticed a 75-cent discrepancy between the charges printed by two accounting programs responsible for charging people for machine use. Intrigued, he deduced that the system was being hacked, and he determined to find the culprit. This is the re-enactment of how he tracked down KGB cracker Markus Hess through the Ethernet to Hannover, Germany, as is told in his best-selling book – The Cuckoo’s Egg: Tracking a Spy Through the Maze of Computer Espionage. Stoll has become a celebrity for being, as he terms himself, “a computer contrarian.”

RATED 9.3 / 10 STARS at IMDB

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Jan 10

Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here

The year was 1975 and ^Dark Side of the Moon had just found British space rockers Pink Floyd crossing over into the mainstream thanks to such classic tracks as “Time” and “Money.” Though expectations for their follow-up were near stratospheric and seemingly impossible to meet head on, history has been kind to ^Wish You Were Here, and many fans feel that it more than lives up to the promise delivered on their 1973 breakthrough. Now fans can take a critical look at ^Wish You Were Here with this release featuring highlights, rare archival interviews with the band, and the illuminating insight of numerous musicians, critics, and musicologists.

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Jan 10

National Geographic - Vampire Skeletons Mystery

Nowadays, vampires are a mainstay of TV, film and literature, but in medieval Europe they were a terrifyingly real prospect and omens of death and doom. Taking the archaeological discovery of mutilated medieval skeletons buried in the west of Ireland as a starting point, Vampire Skeletons Mystery traces the rise of the vampire from medieval folk terror to 21st-century fantasy. The fear of the undead seems rooted deep in the human psyche. But could a number of skeletons found buried in a quiet field really signal that vampires were once on the loose in Ireland? Using medieval texts alongside cutting-edge forensic science, a team of experts from British and Irish universities explains how these ancient burials fit into a belief system that spanned medieval Europe and still survives in remote rural communities to this day.

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