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Inside the Transcendent World of Litefeet
Litefeet is a dance form born in the streets of Harlem that’s since evolved into an international movement.
Can Mother Nature Heal Us?
Tachyon explores the potential of Mother Nature to clean up and change our world.
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Saving The Environment With Tornados and Lightning
Mister Tachyon investigates if using elements of natural phenomena can undo manmade damage.
Does Ancient Medicine Work?
Tachyon tests the efficacy of ancient healing practices and treatments.
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Bird Poo On Wind Turbines Is A Problem Solved By High Tech Scarecrows
High tech scarecrows are solving bird poop problem on wind turbines
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Dear Future (Trailer)
Dear Future is Motherboard and CNET's new documentary series built on the premise that technology and science are still capable of wowing us.
VICE Impact Spotlight
Los Angeles Is the Transportation Capital of the Future
In Los Angeles, you will finally be able to get from point A to point B without a car. This is how they're doing it on 100% renewable energy.
The Third Industrial Revolution: A Radical New Sharing Economy
The Future of Energy: Cleaning Up the Grid
Energy distribution in the United States has long been dependent on coal and gas, but there is a new path to move towards renewable and clean energy.
VICE on HBO
Shane Smith Investigates The True Cost of Climate Denial
As bills caused by climate change begin to mount, Shane Smith investigates the true cost of denial.
Orbit at The Whitney
In February, The Whitney Museum of American Art presented Red In View (Orbit), a 10 day continuous performance art piece by artists MPA, Amapola Prada, and Elizabeth Marcus-Sonenberg.
Inside Germany's Most Harmful Energy Source
VICE Germany heads to the Rhineland, where clashes are taking place between the region's coal miners and the climate activists searching for a cleaner energy solution.
Toxic Waste in the US: Coal Ash
An estimated 113 million tons of coal ash are produced annually in the US, and stored in almost every state—some of it literally in people's backyards.