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Monthly Programming

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Ultimate Guide: Great Apes

Scientists consider the great apes our nearest relatives, from an an evolutionary point of view . The show examines critical adaptations, such as binocular vision, and shows how ape skeletons…

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Ultimate Guide: Great Apes

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Ultimate Guide: Sharks

No other animal commands the same mix of fear and fascination as the shark. The dorsal fin, the streamlined body, and the dagger-filled jaws are all trademark reminders of its…

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Ultimate Guide: Sharks

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Ultimate Guide: Whales

One look at the mammoth blue whale — one hundred feet long and as heavy as 40 elephants — leaves no doubt that only something as vast as an ocean…

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Ultimate Guide: Whales

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Ultimate Guide: Snakes

Pop culture has not done much for the snake’s reputation. From Shakespeare to the cinema, serpents have been typecast as villains. The Ultimate Guide offers a different view of the…

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Ultimate Guide: Snakes

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Ultimate Guide: Bears

The family of Bears comprises some of the world’s largest meat-eaters. Powerful, keen of smell, and able to run, climb and swim, bears can be terrifying predators. Yet bears are…

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Ultimate Guide: Bears

Friday, May 17, 2019

Ultimate Guide: Crocodiles

They can live for a century, wait a year between meals and deliver 16 tons of crushing force with their jaws. And those are just a few of the crocodile’s…

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Ultimate Guide: Crocodiles

Friday, May 17, 2019

Ultimate Guide: Snakes

Pop culture has not done much for the snake’s reputation. From Shakespeare to the cinema, serpents have been typecast as villains. The Ultimate Guide offers a different view of the…

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Ultimate Guide: Snakes

Monday, May 20, 2019

Math and Culture: Concepts in Number Theory

Explore the planetary orbits, circadian rhythms, time dilation, intergalactic worm holes and other phenomena that quantify time.

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Math and Culture: Concepts in Number Theory

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Concepts in Precalculus II: Limits, Infinity and Probability

This program shows us the view of the world in the Indus Valley and includes the application of the infinite series that we find in the paradoxes of Zeno.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Concepts In Precalculus I: Trigonometry

Learn how to solve real-life problems, including air navigation, the waves of music and much more.

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Concepts In Precalculus I: Trigonometry

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