Science Archive

Your Inner Fish

Starting with early human evolution from surprising places, Your Inner Fish explores the human evolution line. Our arms, legs, necks and lungs were bequeathed to us by a fish that lumbered onto land some 375 million years ago.

Evolve: Venom

You are not venomous. Your spit, while unpleasant, cannot kill. Your dog is not venomous, either. Neither is the squirrel on the sidewalk, the bullfrog in the pond, or the dragonfly floating by your window. Venom is the mark of a special club, a

Deep Space Probes

Follow probe missions to planet Mars and Saturn’s moon, Titan, in hope of answering a most fundamental question: Could life exist in other worlds? Since the dawn of the space age, man has sent over 200 robotic probes into space. These astonishing machines are

Beyond the Milky Way

Beyond the Milky Way, an aged documentary but nonetheless extraordinarily informative in its content. In this movie, Professor Owen Gingerich – Historian of Astronomy at Harvard University – is the main expert which narrates the film which reviews some of the greatest advents, discoveries

The Brain

The human mind is the most complex and amazing creation in this world. It is by far the most powerful machine ever built. The potential things that our mind can do is virtually unlimited, it’s just that we mostly don’t have enough knowledge how

Voyager Encounter With Jupiter

Around the globe, scientists are racing to solve a series of mysteries. Unsettling transformations are sweeping across the planet, and clue by clue, investigators around the world are assembling a new picture of Earth, discovering ways that seemingly disparate events are connected. Crumbling houses

Earthlight

Is Learning to live on the moon the key to sustainability on Earth? Follow the efforts of the Controlled Environment Research Center to develop a greenhouse unit for NASA that will provide all the oxygen, water, and half of the food one astronaut will

Birth of a Black Hole

Most black holes probably form when supermassive stars collapse into a dense gravitational mass that absorbs all light. Far out in space, in the center of a seething cosmic maelstrom. Extreme heat. High velocities. Atoms tear, and space literally buckles. Photons fly out across

Mission Juno

Video explaining the science of Jupiter and the exciting Juno mission. On October 9th, Juno did a slingshot around the Earth, using the planet’s gravity to propel itself toward Jupiter. Features interviews with scientists and engineers working on the probe with interesting computer-generated imagery