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    teddyboy33

    [21]Sep 8, 2008
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    My favorites :

    - The Universe

    - Jurassic Fight Club

    - Planet Earth

    - Mythbusters

    - Air Crash Investigation

    I remember a few years back. I watched some ACI episode, the next day I had a scheduled flight for attending a wedding. Stupidest move I ever made. The whole flight I thought : "Is that wing gonna flex that much?"

    "Is that smoke pouring out of the engine?"

    "Doesn`t the captain sound kinda tired?"

    Holy ****

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    Aurorastarr

    [22]Sep 28, 2008
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    The History Channel's The Universe. You don't need 10 degrees to understand the information given;

    I understood the Big Bang Theory, which I did think was possible.

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    jag111888

    [23]Oct 3, 2008
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    Most Evil
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    cataind

    [26]May 3, 2009
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    My favourite documentary is Megastructures from National Geographic. It's the best !
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    MajLorne

    [27]May 9, 2009
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    Nice!
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    sandbur

    [28]Oct 10, 2009
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    In addition to some already mentioned, I also like "Cities of the Underworld" and "Dogtown".
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    JasonGOrtiz

    [29]May 26, 2010
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    "Blue Planet" is my favorite. (The original one with David Attenborough narrating, not the US version with Pierce Brosnan.)

    Also:
    "Planet Earth" (Also the original one with David Attenborough narrating, not the US version with Sigourney Weaver.)
    "The Universe"
    "Life After People"
    "9/11" (Film by the Naudet bros. that aired on CBS.)
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    TrueTvWatcher

    [30]Oct 1, 2010
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    One of my favorites is the Ancient Alien series on The History Channel. If nothing else it really makes you think about possibilities. Our civilization has changed so much over the last few thousand years, and continues to change rapidly into the future.


    I also enjoyed Into the Pride on Animal Planet. A series where a professional Lion handler lives among the most fearsome pride of Lions with only a 4 wheeler and big Cane to keep these man eaters or attackers at bay. Very Entertaining. As are most if not all Animal Planet Documentaries, they are all awesome because they showcase the most beautiful places and creatures on Earth, which most of us take for granted.


    I also enjoy UFO hunters, Monsterquest, and other like shows if they count.


    Also anything with Conspiracy Theories.



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