Archive for January, 2008

The UFO Before Roswell

Thursday, January 31st, 2008


Six unidentified objects were seen near Maury Island, Washington; two Air Force officers later came to the site, investigated, and collected evidence. Their plane crashed near Kelso, Washington. The crew analyzes the crash site and looks at evidence.

Astrobiology

Tuesday, January 29th, 2008


Does life exist on other planets? Astrobiology is a visionary new science that searches for life in space by combining the disciplines of astronomy, biology and geology. How did life evolve on Earth? What will life look like on other planets? These and other pertinent questions will be answered by a diverse group of scientists.

It’s A Wonderful Lie

Tuesday, January 29th, 2008

A mother’s sudden paralysis during a indoor rock-climbing incident leaves her daughter injured, and House’s new team looking for a cure. Meanwhile, House organizes his new recruits’ Secret Santa gift exchange… with a few twists of his own.

Dark Matter

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008


Scientists have no idea what it is, but Dark Matter and Dark Energy make up 96% of the Universe. Dark Matter is everywhere. It passes through everything we know on earth at billions of particles every second, yet no one has ever gotten a direct detection of this mysterious dark substance. An even more bewildering force is Dark Energy, which is rapidly pushing apart our Universe. Discovered only ten years ago, scientists are struggling to comprehend its unusual characteristics and answer the ultimate question; what is the fate of our Universe?

Carbon

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008

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Carbon is the chemical basis of all known life and yet this simple element is also the foundation of modern technology. Carbon burns hotter, cuts deeper, insulates more thoroughly and absorbs more fully than any other material. See why carbon is the key both in heavy-duty industries, as well as in tools like the graphite pencil, the charcoal water filter, and the diamond saw blade.

Bye Bye Ball

Monday, January 14th, 2008

Miley thinks she has hit a home run when she finds a way to replace Jackson’s prize possession she ruined.

Alien Moons

Tuesday, January 8th, 2008


Travel from the inner solar system to the Kuiper Belt and explore the moons surrounding the planets of the solar system. Many of these moons that were once unknown are now on the cutting edge of astronomical study.

Milk

Tuesday, January 8th, 2008

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Got milk? Billions of pounds of milk are consumed worldwide on a daily basis. Milk is the basis for its own food group, and has been around since the dawn of mammals. Visit a farm with a milking parlor that looks more like a cow merry-go-round. Learn what pasteurization is really all about, and even milk a yak. Find out what those active cultures in yogurt are and discover if milk truly makes the body good. Wait until you discover just how many types of cows there truly are.