Carmel Entertainment Group LLC has been responsible for sending the messages of extremely intriguing concepts and ideas all over the world… but… that was in the early 2000’s.
It’s time to revisit a handful of these classics, and reminisce about what made so special in the first place, when the internet wasn’t a vast pool of information on just about every single possible topic under the sun.
… Where it wasn’t possible to jump onto a forum and discuss an idea in depth, and have a stimulating conversation with someone who might have insights you would never have thought of.
I think what made these documentaries s fascinating in the past is the fact that you were only presented with one logical train of thought, rather than a myriad of opinions and discussions on the same topic.
For example, the documentary “Unlocking the Mystery of Life” was one of the most unique programming opportunities for local television stations when it first came out in 2003.
It discussed groundbreaking scientific discoveries from 1953, where scientists discovered that DNA was a type of genetic code that contained information that was also inherited from the previous cells, such as human men and women with children in this case.
Some scientists believed that this was sufficient evidence to explain intelligent design, rather than a random number of sequences that could involve time, chance, and natural selection happening in a process that was conducive to life in the first place.
It persuasively answers some of the most pressing questions on every human’s mind – why are we here?
Although many people might disagree, there’s no denying that it is a fascinating topic that will continue to boggle us through the ages.
“Is life on Earth the product of purely undirected processes like time, chance and natural selection? Or, can the origin and diversity of living organisms be traced to an intelligent cause? Unlocking the Mystery of Life explores these timeless questions and presents compelling evidence to support an idea that could revolutionize scientific thought – the theory of intelligent design. ”
Now, let’s talk about another forgotten classic that goes along in the same line of thought…
“The Privileged Planet”
Countless scientists and philosophers throughout history have all made claims that we are on a random speck of dust in space… many of us wonder what our purpose is. Is it really just to get an education and have a job?
However, the amount of astronomical evidence that we have compared to times earlier than when the documentary was released by Carmel Entertainment Group, LLC (2004), seems to point to a different conclusion.
The premise of The Privileged Planet is that we are living on a planet that has a very rare, finely-tuned number factors that had to happen (and are happening) in order to make our planet a suitable place to live on.
There are also a number of scientists who have in fact become religious because the vast amount of information on the topic, the complexity of the universe is so hard to explain, that it leads many to believe that it couldn’t have been anything other than intelligent design.
“Through stunning computer animation, interviews with leading scientists, visual archives from NASA, the Hubble Space Telescope Institute, and spectacular images of Earth and the cosmos The Privileged Planet explores an incredible connection between our capacity to survive and our ability to gather data, develop technology, observe and understand the universe. Is this correlation just a coincidence? Or does it mean that there is a deeper truth about our purpose and intelligent design within the universe?”
Science has made major strides in recent years in terms of figuring out where we stand in the “grand scheme of things” of our universe. Many scientists have made outstanding advances in understanding quantum physics, quarks, black holes, and a number of other things that we simply haven’t tuned ourselves into just yet.
However, that doesn’t mean that our questions have been answered. Scientists still are trying to explain things that simply don’t have an answer yet, which is what makes these documentaries that happen over time so interesting.
Although we believe some of the ideas presented in these documentaries might now be outdated, they are a blip on the radar, and one that will be remembered in future generations for spreading curiosity and knowledge for the generations after.