BBC Two – Forces of Nature with Brian Cox
The physicist goes on a grand tour of the planet to explain how the Earth’s beauty is created by just a handful of forces, beginning by examining the diversity of shapes in the natural world. Off the coast of Canada, Brian explains how massive icebergs that surge down from Greenland and into shipping lanes of the Atlantic emerge due to a powerful yet infinitesimal force of nature, while revealing how honeycombs made by bees in Nepal to store their precious honey conceal a mathematical rule.
- BBC Two
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