Science-documentary series that demystifies a vast range of science, technology and history topics, and includes the human aspect of the story. It has won six Peabody Awards and more than 20 Emmys (four in 2002 alone) since its 1974 debut. Memorable shows include 1983's "The Miracle of Life", about the conception and development of a fetus, and 2002's "Why the Towers Fell".
Making North America: Human
Conclusion. The history of North America since the arrival of humans is chronicled. Natural resources, including gold and oil, have enabled humans to transform the land almost as much as the geological forces that created it. However, geology may, some day, play another role in reshaping the continent: the Cascadia fault line in the Pacific Northwest could unleash a massive earthquake and tsunami; and the super-volcano beneath Yellowstone could obliterate half the continent if it erupts. (60 minutes)
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Bigger Than T. rex
Reconstructing a Spinosaurus and the world it ruled. Based on fossils found in Morocco, the dinosaur was 53-feet long and possessed a huge dorsal sail, scimitar-like claws and powerful jaws. (60 minutes)
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