Documentaries exist on all subjects. Which ones are fun for you.
Documentaries about history, constructions, lands or animals are those I mostly watch but I try to not limit myself to that.Documentaries exist on all subjects. Which ones are fun for you.
There's gotta be a reddit place for asking questions like this.
May be Lamia wanted to say that he likes to watch documentaries not FreeBSD-relatedHave some non-FreeBSD related questions, or want just to chit-chat about anything that is not related to FreeBSD? This is the forum for you. Note: this is NOT a forum for technical questions about non-FreeBSD operating systems!
You probably know about whatif, right?I like to watch weather documentaries especially when it comes to theories e.g. what would happen if the earth would stop rotating etc.. I am also interested in documentaries about other people's situations.
When I was a kid i loved watching the Storm Chasers on the Discovery Channel, i really have devoured the documentary series
You can call this barely a documentary... I mean, I watched some on Netflix too, but aside showing some pictures and the usual suspects making some vaguely comments about that aliens might have had a hand in it there's no meat to their ideas.Ancient Aliens...
Thanks, I didn't know of these. Many look to be fun and yet not too sensationalist unlike some of Neil deGrasse Tyson's "Spaceship of the Imagination" kind of stuff.
It means you're paying attention and want to understand how things work and how they all fit together and aren't glossing over what's being said.As for other physics or maths documentaries, I have tended to prefer books. Perhaps I am not so bright so a book gives me my own time to ponder upon things
I do try. Though before I give myself too much credit, some things I still just have to begrudgingly move on from because my brain is finite and I have already spent too many hours just on one paragraph haha.It means you're paying attention and want to understand how things work and how they all fit together and aren't glossing over what's being said.