Archive for September, 2007

Deep Freeze

Wednesday, September 26th, 2007

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Take a look at the technology of cold.

Glacier Meltdown

Wednesday, September 26th, 2007


Prolonged droughts could ravage the interior of the western U.S., leading to catastrophic water shortages. Could we be facing a replay of the Dust Bowl?

Alone

Tuesday, September 25th, 2007

With his diagnostic team gone, House tries to diagnose a young woman who survived an office building collapse. With the condition getting worse, Cuddy puts pressure on House to hire a new team, but instead attempts a differential diagnosis with help from the janitor.

Don’t Stop Til You Get The Phone

Saturday, September 22nd, 2007

When Miley’s dad won’t let her buy a new phone, she sells a Hannah picture to the press to buy her phone. Unfortunately the picture seems to be revealing her secret. Jackson gets a sun burn and doesn’t want Robbie to know.

Extreme Aircraft II

Friday, September 21st, 2007
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Take a supersonic flight through a world of flying machines that are redefining our skies.

Batteries

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

Batteries
They keep going and going and going, from the smallest to the biggest, see how they’re made, what they power and where they’re headed.

Sally Field

Wednesday, September 19th, 2007


Sally Field on the Actors Studio

Gamma Ray Burst

Wednesday, September 19th, 2007


Scientists believe gamma ray bursts were responsible for a mass extinction 450 million years ago. The gamma rays strip away the ozone layer and generate chemical smog, producing a widespread chill that grips the Earth. An expected electromagnetic pulse will zap all of our electronics. How will our modern cities hold up in the face of a previous global catastrophe?

Charlie Sheen

Monday, September 17th, 2007
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James Lipton talks to Charlie Sheen about his various film and TV roles.

Krakatoa’s Revege

Wednesday, September 12th, 2007


In 1883, Krakatoa erupted. Gigantic explosions blew the volcano to pieces, and triggered massive lava flows that generated huge tsunamis. Nearly 37,000 died, the greatest death toll caused by a volcanic eruption. It could happen again.