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Sea Slugs' Gigantic Neurons

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Gross Science
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The California brown sea hare has gigantic neurons. It also has a very strange way of reproducing. Continue


Nuclear Meltdown Disaster

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NOVA
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Go inside the Fukushima power plants for the minute-by-minute story of what went wrong. Continue


Hagfish Slime Fashion

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Gross Science
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Scientists think hagfish slime could be the next eco-friendly, high-performance material. Continue


Web Junkie

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POV
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Web Junkie follows the treatment of three Chinese teenagers, obsessive gamers whose preference for the virtual world over the real one is summed up in one jarring statement: "Reality is too fake." Continue


Retweeting and Reimagining our Relationship with Technology

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Aspen Ideas Festival
PBS


The architecture of how we live our lives is badly in need of renovation and repair. One of the things that makes it harder and harder to connect with ourselves — and thus our creativity, intuition, and wisdom — is our increasing dependence on technology. We are not just distracted by devices, texts, emails, constant notifications, and social media, but addicted to them. Continue


Inventiveness as Creed

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The Open Mind
PBS


CBS Sunday Morning Correspondent Mo Rocca considers the imagination of American innovators, from politics to technology, from Model-T creator Henry Ford to the only non-consecutively serving two-term President Grover Cleveland. Continue


Nazi Attack on America

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NOVA
PBS


A sunken German U-boat off the coast of New Orleans tells the story of Operation Drumbeat. Airing May 6, 2015 at 9 pm on PBS Continue


Invisible Universe Revealed

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NOVA
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Follow the historic rescue of Hubble—the space telescope that unveiled the cosmos. Airing April 22, 2015 at 9 pm on PBS Continue


The Mother of Hubble

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NOVA
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Astronomer Nancy Roman worked on Hubble's design and development for more than 25 years. Continue


Soundscape Ecology

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NOVA
PBS


What can sound tell us about the health of an ecosystem? Continue


A Tsunami Strikes

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NOVA
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When an unimaginably colossal tsunami hits Fukushima, the results are catastrophic. Continue


Softer, More Human Robots

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NOVA
PBS


Engineers are making robots more human by turning them entirely flexible, inside and out. Continue


Chasing Pluto

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NOVA
PBS


Watch as the New Horizons spacecraft captures our first clear view of Pluto’s icy surface. Continue


A Pluto Flyby Dress Rehearsal

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NOVA
PBS


See key moments in NASA’s Pluto Flyby, as previewed in a 3-D simulation. Continue


Nuclear Meltdown Disaster Preview

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NOVA
PBS


Go inside the Fukushima power plants for the minute-by-minute story of what went wrong. Airing July 29, 2015 at 9 pm on PBS Continue


Can Cocaine Make Your Ears Rot?

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Gross Science
PBS


Cocaine is being mixed with a dangerous drug called levamisole. Continue


A Photomosaic of U-166

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NOVA
PBS


A high-res mapping expert pieces together thousands of images to make one wide shot of the U-166 wreck site. Continue


Kangaroo Gas and Global Warming

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Gross Science
PBS


Can kangaroo farts teach us how to make cattle and other livestock more eco-friendly? Continue


Nazi Attack on America Preview

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NOVA
PBS


A sunken German U-boat off the coast of New Orleans tells the story of Operation Drumbeat. Continue


The Burden of Knowing

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NOVA
PBS


Genetic tests reveal important information, but the knowledge comes with a cost. Continue


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