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    How It's Made

    How It's Made

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    Have you ever wondered how the products you use every day are made? How It's Made leads you through the process of how everyday products, such as apple juice, skateboards, engines, contact lenses, and many more objects are manufactured.

    (Comment c'est fait is the french title)

    This show originated in Canada and is growing in popularity all over the globe.moreless
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    How Do They Do It?

    How Do They Do It?

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    There is technology in almost every aspect of our lives. How Do They Do It exposes this technology and gives you an in-depth look at how things work. From airport baggage handling to space shuttle lift off, How Do They Do It will show you how it all happens.moreless
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    Build it Bigger

    Build it Bigger

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    If you have a thirst for knowledge on how some of man's greatest feats were constructed, then stick with Danny Forster as he travels the world checking out such amazing construction sites like roller coasters, aircraft carriers, skyscrapers and more.moreless
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    Dark Matters: Twisted But True

    Dark Matters: Twisted But True

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    John Noble hosts and explores some of history's strangest and most controversial scientific experiments that have ever been tried.
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    Beyond The Wormhole

    Beyond The Wormhole

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    Morgan Freeman hosts this scientific exploration into the deepest mysteries of existence - mysteries which have intrigued mankind for eternity. Now, modern science is beginning to pull back the curtain and provide answers to these ancient questions. Originally titled "Through the Wormhole."moreless
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    Stuck With Hackett

    Stuck With Hackett

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    Viewers will learn how to build interesting items such as a propane-powered flamethrower.
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    Firefly: Browncoats Unite

    Firefly: Browncoats Unite

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    Firefly: Browncoats Unite. This 60-minute special reunits the cast of the cult classic TV show Firefly. Creator and Director Joss Whedon joins cast members Nathan Fillion, Sean Maher, Summer Glau, Adam Baldwin, Morena Baccarin, Alan Tudyk, Gina Torres and Jewel Staite to talk about their experiences working on the show. There are exclusive interviews, secrets from the set, as well as footage from this year's 10-anniversary panel at the San Diego Comic-Con.moreless
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    Sci Fi Science

    Sci Fi Science

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    This show was created by Dr. Michio Kaku, physicist and author.It goes into many scientific concepts that have been seen in films and television shows including: lightsabers, invisibility and death stars.moreless
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    Weird Travel

    Weird Travel

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    SCIENCE is bringing a new series that will expose some of the weirdest cultures around the world.
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    Big, Bigger, Biggest

    Big, Bigger, Biggest

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    This show looks into the many engineering innovations that helped structures around the world become what they are today.
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    Stuff You Should Know

    Stuff You Should Know

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    Stephen Hawking's Sci Fi Masters

    Stephen Hawking's Sci Fi Masters

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    Stephen Hawking's Sci Fi Masters is The Science Channel series where science genius, professor and host Stephen Hawking brings viewers along on six adventures into scientific imagination. Humans have tried throughout history to understand our universe, time, matter, and other scientific mysteries. Often we have looked to science fiction for different answers to these questions. Now Stephen discusses these stories with great writers, directors and actors from the sci-fi genre, including Sam Waterston, Judy Davis, Malcolm McDowell and more.moreless
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    Scam City

    Scam City

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    Head Rush

    Head Rush

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    Kari Byron of MythBusters hosts this all new exploration of science targeted towards middle-school age students that will show them how science is such an important part of their everyday lives.moreless
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    Prophets of Science Fiction

    Prophets of Science Fiction

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    What once was just imagination is now real; what was once the distant future is now around the corner. The "Science Fiction" of the past has now simply become "Science". And the science of the future was strangely prophesied by a group of visionaries whose dreams once may have deemed them renegades and "mad scientists," have become reality!In 1950, the term "Robotics" was coined by author Isaac Asimov in his book I.ROBOT and our collective imagination reeled. In the years since, literature, movies and television have allowed us to embrace the notion that the ideas of a few inspired visionaries could be made real. What is more astonishing is that these ideas have been, are currently and will be put to practice in our everyday lives. Each episode of the upcoming series PROPHETS OF SCIENCE FICTION will focus on how the great minds of Science Fiction imagined our future for us, and how some, in turn, made their fantasies real.In a dynamic hyper-stylized way that has never been seen before … we will take a tour of what was, and what will be through the eyes of the visionary authors, illustrators, filmmakers, and scientists who have become the PROPHETS OF SCIENCE FICTION!moreless
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    Outrageous Acts of Science

    Outrageous Acts of Science

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    Punkin Chunkin

    Punkin Chunkin

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    Discovery Channel's Science Channel presents a special on Punkin Chunkin - people who create catapults and cannons to launch pumpkins into the air and watch them smash. This Delaware-born annual tradition showcases a wide range of competitors - kids to engineers - who aim to take home the trophy.moreless
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    Rebuilding Ground Zero

    Rebuilding Ground Zero

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    This show will follow the show the reengineering of the World Trade Center sites through the eyes of the workers including city planners, architects, engineers and construction workers.
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    Creating Synthetic Life

    Creating Synthetic Life

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    World-renowned scientist Dr. J. Craig Venter and his team are the first to create a living single cell organism that can self-replicate. The Science Channel followed Dr. J, Craig Venter over the course of 5 years and documented his failures as well as breakthroughs.moreless
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    Large Dangerous Rocket Ships

    Large Dangerous Rocket Ships

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    Every year, rocket enthusiasts from around the country get together in Lucerne Valley, CA for LRDS (Large, Dangerous Rocket Ships). Kari Byron hosts this event where amateurs come together to test all kinds of crazy explosives and cross lines that rocket ships have never crossed!moreless
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