Wonders of the Human Body

Explorations this time examines the marvels and mysteries of the human mind and body. From brain implants to artificial intelligence, we explore the complexity and achievements of the human mind.

Up to the age of six months babies are able to swim comfortably underwater thanks to a reflex that still puzzles scientists. Although we lose this reflex very early on, the most successful free divers can train their bodies to hold their breaths for up to six minutes. Free divers can plunge to amazing depths because they use their minds to control and over-rule their bodies natural instincts to breathe.

Now experiments are being carried out to see if we can breathe liquids whilst underwater. Perfluorocarbons carry twenty five times more oxygen than water and deliver it to the lungs three times more effectively than air. Mice have survived in the liquid for several weeks.

Once the liquid has drained away from their lungs, the mice make a complete recovery.

Part 1 > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aw9PTVmPJAY

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Wonders of the Human Body by Frank Sherwin

Think of a larger symphony producing the works of Mozart or Beethoven. It all begins with the individual playing his part. This is much like how our body operates with its 11 systems working in concert. Sadly, schools and the media erroneously teach that the human body is the result of “millions of years” of Darwinian evolution. No credit is given to the One who created these amazing systems designed to work as one. Consider our eye construction, the dynamic skeleton, the ability to hear the faintest sound, the brain’s amazing circuitry. The human body — a testament to our Creator’s wonderful intellect!
(Take a tour of our amazing body with its various interacting systems that could only have been designed by God)

The Nervous System – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7Xtw-…

The Skeletal System – Created by God or Ramdomness – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WH1Tj9…

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The Human Body

BBC: The Human Body ( 7 Parts)

The Human Body documentary is the sort of televisual undertaking that continues to justify the BBC licence fee. Presented by Robert Winston, it takes us on a journey from birth to death using time-lapse photography, computer graphics and various state-of-the-art imaging techniques to explore every aspect, every nook and crevice of the human body in its various stages of growth, maturity and eventual decay. Conception, toddlerhood, the awkward growing pains of adolescence, the incredibly complex workings of the brain (which burns up more energy than any other part of the human body, viewers of daytime TV included, apparently) and finally death are vividly depicted and explained. Winston’s lucid, avuncular tones make The Human Body accessible to an intelligent 10-year-old and ages upward, though the more squeamish viewer might baulk at scenes of food being digested, or childbirth in all its inevitable messiness. Statistics abound–the average human will eat for three-and-a-half years during his or her lifetime, eat 160kg of chocolate and spend six months on the toilet. Though heart-warming in that it shows the commonality of human experience, The Human Body is also a potentially depressing reminder of our frail physicality and mortality. However, the most moving programme here features Herbie, a cancer victim who, in agreeing to have his last moments filmed as he lies dying in a hospice, has perhaps achieved a deserved immortality through this programme

Part1of7: BBC.The.Human.”Body Life Story”

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Part2of7:BBC.The.Human.Body.”An Everyday Miracle”

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This episode explores, pregnancy, the statistical challenges involved getting a fertilized egg, to the physical changes that take place to accommodate the child and finally give birth, etc.

In this series, Robert Winston exposes the different stages of our growth and development, from birth to death, from a biological and personal point of view.

From fertilized egg to six trillion cells working in concert, this is an incredible journey through the most complex biological mechanism on earth. While the latest imaging techniques guide the viewer through veins, down fallopian tubes and around the brain, this groundbreaking series also explores the human drama born of this microscopic world. Presented by Robert Winston, a medical scientist and leading commentator on medical matters, The Human Body takes you into one of the most alien worlds imaginable…

Part3of7:BBC.The.Human.Body “First Steps”
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Part4of7:BBC.The.Human.” Body Raging Teens”

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Part5of7:BBC.The.Human.Body”Brain Power “
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Part6of7:BBC.The.Human.Body.”As Time Goes By”
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Part7of7:BBC.The.Human.Body.”The End of Life”

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Human Body
Starring: Robert Winston (Pres/Narr)

Directed by: Richard Dale, Emma De’ath, Andrew Thompson, Peter Georgi, Christopher Spencer, Liesel Evans, John Groom

From fertilised egg to six trillion cells working in concert, this is an incredible journey through the most complex biological mechanism on earth. While the latest imaging techniques guide the viewer through veins, down fallopian tubes and around the brain, this groundbreaking series also explores the human drama born of this microscopic world. Presented by Robert Winston, a medical scientist and leading commentator on medical matters, The Human Body takes you into one of the most alien worlds imaginable…