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    The Universe

    The Universe

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    The History Channel
    Introducing absolutely everything. The beginning of history starts here. There are 50 billion galaxies in the universe. 95% is still uncharted. This series examines the mysteries of everything, from black holes to how our sun functions. Is our planet as insignificant to the cosmos as a drop of water is to the ocean? This series will investigate the uncharted frontiers of space and explore the possible existence of life-supporting worlds beyond our own.moreless
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    Modern Marvels

    Modern Marvels

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    According to the History Channel, this show first aired in January of 1995, but it was released on VHS in 1994. It was probably on another network before the History Channel was formed in January of 1995.moreless
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    American Pickers

    American Pickers

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    This show looks into the world of antique and collectible hunters who make an adventure out of traveling across America to find the rarest items.
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    How the Earth Was Made

    How the Earth Was Made

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    The History Channel (ended 2010)
    Let the History Channel show you how the Earth came into being in this powerful series. Filmmakers travel the globe to uncover the geological processes that have shaped our planet and witness some pretty amazing stuff in the process.moreless
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    Invention USA

    Invention USA

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    Tech and science experts, Riechart Von Wolfshield and Garrett Lisi travel across America to find the next great inventors.
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    Stan Lee's Superhumans

    Stan Lee's Superhumans

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    Stan Lee, the creator of Spider-Man goes on a journey to track down people with unusual abilities that are caused by genetic differences.
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    Life After People: The Series

    Life After People: The Series

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    Life After People: The Series is a speculative documentary TV series developed by the History Channel as a what-if look on what would happen to Earth if humanity no longer existed, including the affect its disappearance would have on not only the environment, the human-made inventions, and any of the human-affected areas of the world. While the cause of humanity’s disappearance is never stated, the series picks up immediately after the departure, showing the slow degradation of manmade constructions like office buildings and bridges and the eventually progression of nature, including the outspread of flora and fauna and the evolution of natural predators, from a day to centuries after the initial loss. Scientists, anthropologists, and other experts give their opinions on what would happen to a number of factors, including deadly viruses, formerly human-controlled populations of animals, buildings and bridges, and machines of war, with each passing year. Each episode also explores sites from around the World that had been abandoned for one reason or another, like the nuclear devastation of Chernobyl, a 900-year-old vacant Cambodian temple, and a geologically instable Italian town of Balestrino. Life After People is an interesting exploration of humanity’s effect on the planet and Earth’s ultimate evolution after we are gone.moreless
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    The Naked Underground

    The Naked Underground

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    The Naked Underground is a documentary TV and web series developed by the History Channel that offers a chance to take a peek underneath the prevailing figures and ideas most people learn about different cultures in the world. Don Wildman, host of Naked Underground’s parent show, “Cities of the Underworld”, investigates and learns about the not-so known facts of topics such as the often forgotten Japanese female Samurais, the shrieking cries of the Celtic Banshees, and the first capital of the United States – New York. The Naked Underground deals with historical fact – the Westminster Burial Ground, which had been the most popular place to get a corpse for a few bucks – to the urban legends – the Founding Father’s Death Wish, which is a myth about how all 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence died shortly after their John Hancock graced the pages. These short little journeys into the underbellies of the cultural underground often an amusing and captivating look at some of those lesser-known facts.moreless