In this episode Brian uncovers how the stunning diversity of shapes in the natural world are shadows of the rules that govern the universe. In Spain he shows how an attempt by hundreds of people to build the highest human tower reveals the force that shapes our planet.
In Nepal, honey hunters seek out giant beehives that cling to cliff walls. The perfect hexagonal honeycombs made by the bees to store their honey conceal a mathematical rule.
Off the coast of Canada, Brian explains how some of the most irregular, dangerous shapes in nature – massive icebergs that surge down from Greenland and into shipping lanes of the Atlantic – emerge from a powerful yet infinitely small force of nature. Even the most delicate six-sided snowflake tells a story of the forces of nature that forged it.
Source: BBC One-HD TS[AVC/AC3] DDD
AVC 1080i > x264 1080p (H264 high @L5.1 BluRay) 2pass approx. 5.2Mbps
AC3 2.0 original stream mux [Dolby Digital]
selectable SRT English CC Subtitles
Size: 2.18Gb – 1/2 DVD
High quality encode.
We already Posted it’s scene release , here is RBG’s INTERNAL Release [HD]:
Forces of Nature with Brian Cox 4 of 4 The Pale Blue Dot CC HDTV x264 AC3 2 0 1080p mkv
Published on: Jul 26, 2016 @ 08:01