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A documentary showing out the world that is invisible to our naked eyes
One of the best documentaries I have seen ever! There is so much in the world that we don't see, some of which we are now able to observe due to the invention of specialized cameras.
The different episodes make use of different cameras to show us what we are missing out. Special high speed cameras, infrared cameras, ultraviolet cameras, x-rays etc etc show us what our brain and eyes can't process but it's present all around us, the observance of which has led to making scientific discoveries.
Richard Hammond (of the Top Gear fame) makes it very interesting. A bit slow and music throughout, which made me cut a point out of 10. Watch it when you have time and relaxed, it'll seriously amaze you. A must watch for science fans.
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