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This is a show that explores crop circles across the country. Follow along with several hosts who look at people who believe in the phenomena. Discover the variations in the circles, and some of the suggestions being made about how they are made. Suzanne Taylor speaks with those in a community that includes artists, philosophers, scientists and even religious experts who have all been touched by the circles. Do they mean something, and if so, what do they mean? Taylor talks to these experts in England as they look at stunning images of the circles. The show has some evidence that maybe the circles have been created by other life forms. There are questions asked about whether people can accept the fact that crop circles are made from extraterrestrial beings. It includes scientific material as well as some theological approaches to how the circles occur.

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Tuesdays at 10:00 PM on Science Channel
1 Season, 4 Episodes - Currently Airing
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What on Earth? Full Episode Guide

  • NASA astronaut Mike Barratt, describes photographing a strange ring in the ice on the world's oldest and most mysterious lake from the International Space Station. More rings on Lake Baikal have been seen since, they baffle scientists.

  • First seen from space in 1965, the Eye of the Sahara is a beautiful 25 mile structure, but how it formed remains a mystery. And are extraordinary clouds emanating from an island in the Indian Ocean evidence of a terrifying new weather weapon?

  • Investigating mysterious barren rings in the Namib Desert, an island the size of Manhattan that disappeared without trace and a lost city in the heart of the Amazonian jungle.

  • In the series premiere, mysteries are investigated, included a massive tsunami hundreds of feet high that never touched land; a secret underground base in China; an image from space that may have revealed the location of the Garden of Eden.

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