|aBethesda, MD :|bDiscovery Communications ;|aTaipei :|bKing's International Multimedia,|cc2001, p1998.
|a1 videodisc (50 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c4 3/4 in.
|a"The learning Channel"--Container.
|a"A production of Discovery Channel in association with James Burke and Langham Productions"--Container.
|aProducer, James Burke ; director, Charles Mapleston ; executive producer, Michael Latham ; director of photography, Jim O'Donnell ; sound, Tom Oliver.
|aHosted by James Burke.
|aExplore the connection between soluble coffee consumed during World War II and nineteenth-century theories of evolution through the invention of nylon and The star spangled banner. Discover how a new method for calculating astronominical dates and the death of Descartes led to the creation of the Royal Society, and how the jellyfish made Charles Darwin famous.