Jack Fortune Documentaries
As kids when we learn about dinosaurs, or first watch Jurassic Park, we are led to believe that the Tyrannosaurus Rex was the most ferocious predator of the dinosaur world and the species is usually cast as the psychopathic bully. But is that reputation fair on the T. Rex? He was the largest carnivo[...]
The Big Chill is a 2003 environmental-science documentary narrated by actor Jack Fortune, discussing the possibility of a new ice age because of global warming. Remember that long, hot summer? You might never see its like again. And all that talk of global warming? Forg[...]
Do we really know what killed the dinosaurs? This extinction event is known as the Cretaceous–Paleogene (K–Pg) extinction event where around three quarters of all life on Earth was suddenly wiped out by a massive meteorite around 66 million years ago. Some creatures did survive this cata[...]
Comet Catcher tells the story of the historic landing of the probe Rosetta on comet 67P/Curyumov-Gerasimenko. The first stage of the mission was a massive achievement alone which put Rosetta in orbit around the comet, upon reaching this goal on November 12th 2014 after ten years of flight[...]
Back in 2004 we were all shocked by one of the most massive natural disasters of all time which claimed the lives of thousands of people. The 2004 Boxing day earthquake devastated much of Indonesia and was the most powerful of its kind, known as a mega thrust earthquake. Scientists are not q[...]
A collection of Jack Fortune documentaries.