Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Science: Natural & Physical

Natural and Physical Science Series - Level 2

Natural and Physical Science Series - Level 2

This series of programs focuses on advanced levels of Natural Science and Physical Science areas of study, including Archaeology, Biology, Geology and Physics. Programs available on 12 or 13 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in an 12-Disc Set. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail

List of Titles


Blow Up (Superconductivity)

Blow Up (Superconductivity)

"Highly Recommended! This program does a superb job of documenting the hard work, intense preparation, collaborative nature, and disappointments of high-level scientific research. It is the best program this reviewer has ever seen in conveying what is really involved in research efforts. It follows University of Click for more


The Chattahoochee River System: An Economic and Ecological Wonder

The Chattahoochee River System: An Economic and Ecological Wonder

"Highly Recommended. As the world population grows, the need for clean, resourceful, and reusable water increases, as do the challenges we face in sharing fresh water supplies. This documentary explores the southeast United States, showing us the beauty and usefulness of the Chattahoochee River System; however, Click for more


Corn 1: The Miracle of Corn

Corn 1: The Miracle of Corn

CINE Golden Eagle Award
"Recommended. That one kernel of corn produces a mature plant boasting 600 or more kernels is vividly revealed in this ably-produced, smoothly edited program. Well-modulated narration and non-intrusive music back up the nicely paced program." -Booklist
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Corn 2: The Hybrid-Corn Miracle

Corn 2: The Hybrid-Corn Miracle

CINE Golden Eagle Award
As learned in the award-winning program, Corn: The Miracle Crop, corn is a remarkable crop. Now this award-winning program goes a step further using superb animation and in-field demonstrations to explain the genetics and techniques of inbreeding Click for more


Corn 1 & 2: The Miracle of Corn; The Hybrid-Corn Miracle

Corn 1 & 2: The Miracle of Corn; The Hybrid-Corn Miracle

A combined version of Corn 1: The Miracle of Corn and Corn 2: The Hybrid-Corn Miracle, is available.
Corn 1: The Miracle of Corn
CINE Golden Eagle Award
"Recommended. That one kernel of corn produces a mature plant boasting 600 or more kernels is vividly revealed in this Click for more


Dinosaur Hunters

Dinosaur Hunters

"Highly Recommended! This program charts a major archaeological discovery, as a group of British and Arab "dinosaur hunters" broaden our understanding of the great animals. The audio and video qualities of this documentary are excellent, and appropriate graphics enhance the information and provide suitable context Click for more


How to Use a Dichotomous Key

How to Use a Dichotomous Key

"Highly Recommended. Classification systems used to identify specific plants or animals, to diagnose medical conditions, or to trouble shoot computer malfunctions are all examples of dichotomous keys. The chapter points of the DVD allows viewers to go through each example; also it includes a thorough glossary of Click for more


The Life of Birds in the Neotropics

The Life of Birds in the Neotropics

The neotropics is defined as the bio-geographic area of the Americas that stretches southward from the Tropic of Cancer and includes southern Florida, as well as southern Mexico, Central and South America, and the West Indies. In this program, author and filmmaker Dr. Carlo Ferraro (Venezuela: Paradise for Click for more


Live Water: A

Live Water: A "Dowsing" We Will Go

Cert. of Merit -Chicago IFF
Merit Award -Palo Alto Film Festival

Dowsing, or "water witching," dates back to the earliest cave paintings and continues to confound science. This multi-award-winning classic program documents a factual account of a community of Click for more


Living Water: The Perspective of Masaru Emoto

Living Water: The Perspective of Masaru Emoto

When the Japanese researcher Masaru Emoto first published the book, Messages From Water, his life changed forever. His theory, that human thoughts (or prayers or music) directed at water before it is frozen can affect the images of the resulting water crystals, caught the interest of many. Most scientists Click for more


The Search for Gravity Waves (cc)

The Search for Gravity Waves (cc)

"Highly Recommended. State Standards approved, this program discusses the scientific efforts to detect gravity waves; its content is current, accurate and scholarly. Viewers will be able to express an understanding of what gravity waves are; describe the efforts made by the scientific community to detect gravity Click for more


The Synchrotron: An Introduction

The Synchrotron: An Introduction

A synchrotron is a complex machine that produces highly specialized light. Scientists in a number of emerging fields can use this light, known as synchrotron radiation. This program gives a well-illustrated introduction to this fascinating machine under the following headings: Applications, Basic design, Synchrotron Click for more


An Underwater Voyage Through a River (The Verzasca)

An Underwater Voyage Through a River (The Verzasca)

The Verzasca River flows through the Verzasca Valley in Ticino, the Italian-speaking section of Switzerland, past the village of Lavertezzo and its beautiful double-arched bridge. The Verzasca is famous for its clear green water, which over millions of years has carved its way through the rock, leaving it smooth and Click for more


What is Superconductivity?

What is Superconductivity?

"Recommended. What is nice about this program is that it shows professionals, graduate students, undergraduates and high school students all working together at the University of Houston Science Center to learn more about superconductors...it is well-made and will help its audience consider a career in the chemical, Click for more





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