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The Invisible World (National Geographic)

This classic 1979 National Geographic documentary film brings us unfamiliar landscapes and exotic creatures--this time, however, they are all lurking on the everyday surfaces that surround us. The Invisible World picks up where our eyes leave off, exploring details too small or fast for humans to grasp. Many events take without our human eye cannot perceiving because these occurrences are too small, too large, too fast, too slow, or beyond the spectrum of visible light. Hence, entire worlds might escape our inspection if it were not for some extraordinary photographic techniques, sophisticated cameras, and imaging devices. Much of the film focuses on microscopic events that, magnified thousands of times, eerily replicate occurrences in the larger world.

Dust mites lumber through dry terrain like dinosaurs, and tiny fungi cling to a strand of hair like toadstools on a tree trunk. The filmmakers also employ an impressive array of techniques to portray the intangible aspects (such as heat and energy) of the human-sized environment. While it tackles a mountain of material for an hour-long show, this video is an excellent introduction to phenomena that are often overlooked.

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Anonymous,  June 21, 2010 at 10:02 PM  

An old documentary i used to like years ago..

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