Scientific American Frontiers - Season 5

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  • It's a Kid's World
    It's a Kid's World
    Episode 5
    4/29/95
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    It's a Kid's World, hosted by Alan Alda, is the fifth episode in the fifth season of the PBS documentary series, Scientific American Frontiers. In this episode, scientists explore child development from infancy to adolescence. The scientists are specifically trying to determine how much of a child's physical development is genetic and how much is situational.moreless
  • Prime Time Primates
    2/8/95
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    Prime Time Primates is the fourth episode in the fifth season of the PBS documentary series Scientific Frontiers, hosted by Alan Alda. In this episode, scientists try to find a link between a particular primate and human beings. To accomplish this, the scientists examine the primate's behavior and the tools that the primate uses to survive.moreless
  • Science Italian Style
    1/11/95
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    Science Italian Style, hosted by Alan Alda, is the third episode in the fifth season of the PBS documentary series Scientific American Frontiers. In this episode, the FRONTIER scientist explore Pompeii, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. While exploring, the scientists try to uncover the mysteries that surround the locations.
  • About All Your Can Eat
    11/2/94
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    About All You Can Eat is the second episode in the fifth season of PBS' documentary series, Scientific American Frontiers. Alan Alda hosts this episode where scientists investigate many different types of food. To better understand different types of food, the scientists conduct several different experiments. Specific food categories that are discussed include nutrition, plants and dog food.moreless
  • Life's Big Questions
    10/5/94
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    Life's Big Questions is the fifth season debut episode of Scientific American Frontiers, a PBS documentary show hosted by Alan Alda. In this episode, the FRONTIER scientist tackle questions that are difficult to answer. Specific questions that the scientists address include whether or not aliens exist, how the Universe was created, and where animals originated from.moreless
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