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The A.I. Race
Walking with Cavemen: First Ancestors
Kingdom of Plants Life in the Wet Zone
Hitler and the Occult
Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie
Numbers as God
Out of Sight
Childbirth: All or Nothing
The Lost Tribes of Humanity
Avatar: Creating the World of Pandora
St Peter and the Papal Basilicas of Rome
Sea Rex Journey to a Prehistoric World
George Harrison Living in the Material World 1 of 2
Series: How the Universe Works
The Search for a Second Earth
Is there another Earth out there with liquid oceans, rocky continents and life like us? Astronomers seek the answer with spectroscopy, direct imaging and telescopes. They hope to find evidence of atmospheres, magnetospheres and signs of life.
Birth of the Earth
The Earth was formed by a series of cosmic cataclysms including the most powerful blast in the Universe. Yet amid the turmoil our world was born. Could the same chain of events have created other earths elsewhere, inhabited by creatures like us?
Our Voyage to the Stars
One day, a cosmic disaster will make life on Earth impossible. To survive, we must find a new home amongst the stars. Scientists are already developing new propulsion systems to take us to these distant worlds.
Extreme Orbits - Clockwork and Creation
Orbits are the dynamics that drive the universe. From the smallest asteroid to the largest super-cluster, everything in the universe is in orbit. We owe our very existence to the stability of earth's orbit — it gave us life and keeps us safe. But we are the freaks. Everywhere else we look we find orbits are chaotic, unstable, and violent. Beyond our solar system we find planets that are blow-torched, stars that eat each other, and black holes that destroy everything in their path. Yet on the very largest scale, orbits are also a creative force. clashing galaxies give birth to new stars and new worlds. on the galactic scale orbits even construct the fabric of the universe itself.
Comets: Frozen Wanderers
We think of comets as beautiful glowing balls of light streaking across our skies with their long sweeping tails, yet comets are so much more than just a cosmic firework display. Comets have a uniquely important place in modern science. As time machines from the early universe, they could hold the key to unlock the secrets of the cosmos. Comets could even be the origin of life itself. We follow the incredible odyssey of a comet as it sails through the solar system, watching it's every move as it evolves from a dormant chunk of ice and rock into a tumbling, violently active nucleus engulfed in a gaseous haze. What we learn is a revelation; comets are even more mysterious and fascinating than we had ever imagined.
Walking with Cavemen
Kingdom of Plants
George Harrison Living in the Material World
Vietnam in HD
Walking with Prehistoric Beast
The Private Life of a Masterpiece
Blue Planet II
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