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Naked Science is a captivating show that depicts topics that include breathtaking nature, planet exploration, childlike sense of wonder, and explaining the universe. Naked Science, which airs on the National Geographic Channel, exploits the exploration of space, sea, and Earth. This show made its television debut in September of 2004. Many topics are discussed in full. The capacity of the content is broken down for us who are not scientists, so the viewers watching at home can understand the ideas being portrayed.

Advancements in technology and science alike are what makes this show so special and unique. This documentary details the meticulous planning, important science, and much needed tools that are used to come up with a concrete hypothesis. Advancements in everyday technology helps us to discover the answers we all ask ourselves about the planets, the ocean, and other anomalies in the universe. We get to see first hand accounts and proof of these subjects from experts who have been there, seen it, studied it, and explored it. Credible deep sea divers, astronauts, scientists, and chemists (just to name a few) give us all of the cohesive information so we can see the evidence given, and make up our own minds about the topics.

Ancient cities are uncovered, the pyramids are explored, other life forms are discussed, weird skulls that are found are probed, ancient animals are brought back to life through computer imaging software, how the planets work are brought to light, deformities are examined, and rarities in the ocean and the life in it are also conversed about on this science show. The science world wants the public to be informed about the new proof this field has uncovered and the answers that the proof given mean to us and the world around us. Critics and viewers alike are surprisingly very happy with the wealth of information this show provides. Every episode goes in depth scale to let the viewers know the real facts.

Naked Science is a Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 10 seasons (157 episodes). The series first aired on September 15, 2004. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.9.

Naked Science is available for streaming on the National Geographic website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Naked Science on demand at iTunes online.

Thursday 8:00 PM et/pt on National Geographic
10 Seasons, 157 Episodes
September 15, 2004
Documentary & Biography
Cast: Eric Meyers
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Naked Science Full Episode Guide

  • NGC takes a closer look at how the ocean's top predators strike their prey.

  • Scientists and engineers are working to open Space as the newest hot vacation spot.

  • A Moroccan skull is believed to be a 6-year-old child that lived and died well before the founding of modern religion, the construction of Egypt's pyramids and even the advent of agriculture.

  • A space traveler's guide to exploring the alien mysteries of the planets.

  • The discovery of a child's bones in Morocco may change our views of the origins of humanity.

  • Bryan Fry has always been intrigued with things that can kill you. Since surviving a near fatal rattlesnake bite this scientist, turned venom hunter, has made it his mission to seek out the worlds deadliest creatures. Each venom he collects may hold the secret to creating life-saving medicines. Now Bryan targets North America and three of its most toxic species.

  • How is it possible that human beings can be two places at once? Theoretical physicists are here to explain.

  • Many water insects create their own storages of oxygen to last through times of short supply.

  • A space traveler's guide to exploring the alien mysteries of the planets.

Naked Science Video Clips & Extras

The New Voice in Physics | National Geographic Clip (03:54) Tornado in a Can | National Geographic Clip (03:30) Experiments with Speed | National Geographic Clip (03:43) Time Travel | National Geographic Clip (05:47) Black Holes | National Geographic Clip (05:24) Snowball Earth? | National Geographic Clip (03:36) Spill-Over Theory | National Geographic Clip (02:49) Birth of the Solar System | Naked Science: Birth of the Solar System Clip (02:56)