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《National Geographic 日常生活的秘密》(National Geographic Everyday Things)更新到包装的秘密[HDTV]

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    发行时间2006年
    地区美国
    语言英语
  • 时间: 2009/04/02 18:41:35 发布 | 2009/04/13 19:31:26 更新
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中文名National Geographic 日常生活的秘密
英文名National Geographic Everyday Things
别名Evertday things
资源格式HDTV
版本更新到包装的秘密
发行时间2006年
制作发行National Geographic
地区美国
语言英语
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Shaving

一个延续了三万年的老习惯,剃须已成为审美的观点和价值数十亿美元的产业。大公司们利用迷你间谍相机和单向镜子,研究剃须刀的样式,甚至人们怎样去的刮脸。这种竞争已然变成21世纪吉列刀片和锡克争夺份额市场的激烈企业竞争。从原始的石器时代到现代的剃须刀刀片奇迹,这个日常的事情:带领观众到幕后行业,剃须甚至可以追溯到伟大的埃及法老。

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A surprising look at the incredible science, history and mystery behind the gadgets, gizmos and products that drive us nuts – but without which we couldn’t imagine life! Subjects include: Shaving, Packing Materials, and Toilets.

A 30,000 year old habit, shaving has become an aesthetic obsession and a multi-billion dollar industry. Companies are even implementing high-tech research techniques using mini-spy cameras and one-way mirrors to study how razors cut and even the styles people use to shave.



The Toilet
From modest holes in the ground to automated contraptions, the toilet has undergone major transformation since its inception. While the Romans saw the first major public toilets advancement around 315 AD, it was not until London’s “Great Stink” that the Western world saw the development of high capacity sewers to handle the city’s waste. Since then, engineers are constantly inventing new ways to make the toilet more efficient, from building apartment buildings with in-house waste processors to developing compost toilets that turn waste into fertilizer.

Packaging
One of the most versatile items in the world, packaging is used to insulate everything from the most trivial objects to highly hazardous materials. Packaging has also served as a catalyst for globalization; without proper ways to package and ship goods, companies would have difficulty distributing their products around the globe. How is it possible to develop packaging able to protect supplies from the sub-zero temperatures of the Arctic or withstand the impact of an F-16 fighter jet?

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