Curiosity 2 Seasons 2011

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Season 1
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8. I, Caveman: The Great Hunt TV-14 CC

Morgan Spurlock ("Super Size Me") and his group continue their experiment to live in the wild only stone-age technology. Hunger and deprivation push the group to the brink of failure. Can a successful elk hunt save them?

Starring:
Billy Berger, Gene Jarvis
Runtime:
42 minutes
Original air date:
October 2, 2011

I, Caveman: The Great Hunt

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Documentary
Starring Billy Berger, Gene Jarvis
Supporting actors Amy Passantino, Courtney Rice, Morgan Spurlock
Season year 2011
Network Discovery Channel
Producers Jonathan Chinn, Graham Flashner, Kevin Greene, Matt Heitman, Erika Kramer, Matthew Ruecker
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

My kids like the show as well.
GA girl
If you want to watch a program that will make you feel good about being an American, this is it.
Joyce A. Ramirez
It did a good job explaining how the different drugs worked in your body.
Csanders

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Seth B on September 17, 2011
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I love this show. It is very informational and entertaining. My favorite one so far is Stephen Hawking's "Did God Create the Universe," followed closely by Morgan Freeman's episode on Parallel Universes. Sadly though, the Parallel Universes episode not available yet! Does anyone know if/when they will add it?
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By TrumanHW on October 1, 2014
Good graphics, very fun. Unfortunately this is a science video, so the critic in me has to weigh in.

This needlessly proselytizes. Fundamental problems in logic and unsubstantiated scientific claims.

The explanation of dark energy sounds spurious and over-reaches. Why are we still calling it "dark" if we have any confidence in it's corollaries?

I'm confident that subatomic particles can pop in to existence -- and if I'm decent parrot, they're not only spontaneously existing, but also traveling backwards in time -- and have an opposite twin. Scaling this up as the episode implies, does that mean that our universe has an alter ego and will annihilate itself as well?

I'm a staunch atheist -- BUT, If the big bang offers us a point preceding time to skirt the prime mover (not that it does), IF time is entirely stopped, then how can a subsequent event occur, to CAUSE the universe to change states? And what caused that "cause"?

PS, Love lawrence krauss, am completely fascinated by a universe from nothing, but I have a question I WILL ask him one day -- and I'm hopeful for a either an answer or a concession. No quarters.
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Well done effects but the bias in the overall message that this video's logic explains everything is either arrogance or ignorance. Per this video a theist is still living in the era of the Vikings and science has answered all the questions. Maybe if in science we can reach absolute zero where all matter theoretically stops this postulation can be tested to see what else we may learn. Until then I believe some scientist need to stop and accurately describe what is observed instead of forming conjecture.
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I only purchased the two episodes with "I, Caveman," not the whole season. If you've never seen "I, Caveman," I highly recommend it.
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By Bio Teacher in DE on May 18, 2014
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Enough science to justify classroom viewing, and interesting enough to hold their attention! Gets students to ask questions about the things we are studying in class!
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This is basically good for my college Economics classes, but I do not agree about including the value of "Americans" themselves. After all, if we were to "sell" the United States, why would we be the item sold rather than the seller?
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By Lindy Clark on December 5, 2013
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I love the session with Robin Williams - I would really like to buy a DVD of the season but seems it is not possible.
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By ToNe OaKs on December 2, 2013
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truly amazing ! a great episode ! if ur into science and physics (like me) then u'll love this video !
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