National Geographic Channel Naked Science

Thursday 8:00 PM on National Geographic Premiered Sep 01, 2004 Between Seasons


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  • Deadliest Planets

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    S 3 : Ep 16 - 12/6/06

    Earthlings may one day develop the technology to visit other planets, but could we survive their hostile environments? This hour examines the extreme surface conditions of the planets within our solar system, as well as some that lie beyond.moreless
  • Extinctions

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    S 3 : Ep 15 - 11/2/06

    Dominant life forms have been wiped out before as our planet has a history of mass extinctions. A huge asteroid impact is credited with the passing of the dinosaurs, but what caused the others? This hour examines three of the major extinctions in the Earth's history and the possibily of another occurring.moreless
  • Freeze Me

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    S 3 : Ep 12 - 9/20/06

    Some dearly departed have had their bodies put into a deep freeze, hoping one day medicine will have a cure for what ailed them. Critics consider the use of cryonics to bring back the dead a fool-hearty idea. It's an unproven science that faces many obstacles to success, especially in the formation of ice crystals that damage the body's cells. Cameras follow cryonicists to document the processes they employ in prepping a body for freezing. On the more practical side, scientists are making real progress in preserving individual organs for later transplantation into sick individuals.moreless
  • Colliding Continents

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    S 3 : Ep 10 - 7/19/06

    All of the Earth's landmasses were once clumped together, forming one giant "supercontinent" known as Pangea. Slowly, it was torn apart, broken up into the modern day continents. Those same forces are still at work beneath the planet's surface, moving the continents and constantly reshaping our planet as they collide, buckle, and rise up to form new mountain ranges. Looking ahead hundreds of millions of years, the Earth will look nothing like the one we know today, the continents having reshaped the surface completely.moreless
  • Explosive Force

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    S 3 : Ep 8 - 7/5/06

    Explosives have gone from gunpowder to the A-bomb in relatively short order. The future may lie in the stuff of science-fiction: anti-matter. Scientists are currently at work on this even more powerful and deadly explosive force.moreless