Three Scientists Peer Reviewed a Life Science Vendor – Trailer

Watch the full documentary film at As a scientist, it’s in your nature to question everything, including your supplier. You want the best products for your research, but you’re skeptical of the information that vendors provide. See how well our claims hold up to scrutiny when we put ourselves up for peer review. Read […]

Ep. 121: Science Minus Fiction

We’re getting real with our science this week, with Tejas, Dinkar and Jaanam discuss their love for science documentaries and the people who make them. Travel through the Cosmos, journey through the Blue Planet, understand Life, but mostly, just listen to the episode. You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the […]


Dartyle D. Marble is not affiliayed with the scientists featured in this documentary or the producers of it. This documentary is the result of 7 years of research by Dakila scientists. Spoilers…they uttered the phrase “The Earth is Flat”. Here’s the link to my back up Channel “D. Marble Live!” To get the latest […]

American Eagle – Nature Documentary (HD)

American Eagle – Nature Documentary (HD) Unique to North America, the bald eagle is the continent’s most recognizable aerial predator, with a shocking white head, electric yellow beak, and penetrating eyes. In the 1960s, this symbol of the United States became an emblem of environmental degradation as the pesticide DDT and other human pressures brought […]

IIT – Indian Institute of Technology – World’s Best Educational Institutes & Pride Of India

A documentary movie on IIT and its brand reputation. The world’s toughest educational institute to get into. Acceptance rate- less than 1.7%. Its a famous saying that combine Harvard, MIT and Princeton – then you will get a feel of the level of IIT. It is very economical and students pay only $700 to study […]

Parrots: Majestic Birds (Nature Documentary)

Parrots: Majestic Birds (Nature Documentary) NATURE tracks down the cockiest characters in the land down under in Parrots in the Land of Oz. We keep them in cages in our homes, but in their natural state they are independent birds who can seek out water over hundreds of miles through pure instinct. We feed them […]