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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Science of the Goal

Soccer originated in the second half of the seventeenth century and went through centuries of modifications to become the sport we now know. Its evolution brought with it the need…

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Science of the Goal

Friday, December 15, 2017

Ultimate Guide: Time

Understanding: Time explains both the history of time and the math and science of this fleeting topic. Learn how time was first kept and why humans have a cyclical perception…

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Ultimate Guide: Time

Friday, December 15, 2017

Ultimate Guide: Bridges

Millions of years ago land masses began pulling apart, and humans have been trying to bridge the gaps ever since. Look at the ways we build and use bridges: Why…

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Ultimate Guide: Bridges

Monday, December 18, 2017

Ultimate Guide: Big Cats

When Alfred, Lord Tennyson wrote that nature was red in tooth and claw, he could well have been describing the lives of the big cats. Prowling every region of the…

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Ultimate Guide: Big Cats

Monday, December 18, 2017

Ultimate Guide: Dogs

Dogs may be one of mankind’s finest inventions. Four hundred distinctive breeds live among us, thanks solely to human manipulation. How did we manage such a complete job of domestication,…

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Ultimate Guide: Dogs

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

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

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

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

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Jellyfish

Possessing no brains and no eyes, jellyfish lately are behaving in ways most scientists thought impossible. Viewers learn how these coelenterate relatives of coral and sea anemones, despite being little…

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Jellyfish

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Jellyfish

Possessing no brains and no eyes, jellyfish lately are behaving in ways most scientists thought impossible. Viewers learn how these coelenterate relatives of coral and sea anemones, despite being little…

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Jellyfish

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Horseshoe Crab

It isn’t really a crab; it’s more like an arachnid, but not exactly. The horseshoe crab is an arthropod like no other, having survived nearly unchanged for 350 million years…

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Horseshoe Crab

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