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How the Universe Works is a science and educational documentary that comes on the Discovery Channel. Mike Rowe is the narrator in this hour long show. This show is geared towards all audience members no matter what age they are. How the Universe Works gives us viewers an in depth look on topics ranging from: The birth of planet Earth, the formation of comets, how mega storms develop and how to stay prepared, asteroids and their impact, volcanoes and their eruption, and planets and their evil twins (just to name a few). We will be able to see reenactments of what the scientists are trying to explain. Each episode of How the Universe Works depicts an array of topics and each topic will being discussed in its entirety.
Each topic given to us has scientific analysis, reports, data, and evidence to back up their claims. From elite and respected scientists to archeologists and historians, each group of people bring something special and unique to the table. When all of the evidence is compiled and viewed, the pieces from everyone's point of view fit together like a puzzle. Critics and viewers alike rave about this show because it is easy for any individual to understand and comprehend.
With today's technology looking at the stars or looking at a volcano makes each scientist's job a lot easier than previously noted. The technology being used today can look farther, deeper, and more carefully than any kind of scientific instrument or tool used before. Making their findings even more tangible and relevant. How the Universe Works gives us the answers that we have been asking ourselves for so many years. Scientists are at the brink of discovering new planets that can't be seen with simple telescopes and they are finding out more information to the question of are we alone. These scientists can also explore the answers on why mega disaster hit, and what man kind can do as a whole to stop a disaster from hitting our planet.
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Exploring cosmic cataclysms and the possibility that other earths exist elsewhere.
From icy worlds with more fresh water than Earth to flying mountains of pure metal, asteroids shaped our past and promise much for the future. Could these enigmatic space rocks hold the key to how life in the Universe arises and is extinguished?
The Universe is a magnetic minefield. The Sun spits out flares capable of battering life on Earth. But out there in space lie the true magnetic monsters. As we uncover dangerous megaflares in the cosmos, the question is, will we end up in the firing line?
Over the last twenty years we have discovered an extraordinary zoo of planetary nightmares outside our own solar system, all of them truly wild worlds, a collection of monsters. Now we must face the question: Is every planet out there a planet from hell?