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Exploring Time: A Day
On the Science Channel series "Exploring Time," discover how scientists study events that happen within the span of a day.
Exploring Time: Ancient Glaciers
On the Science Channel series, "Exploring Time," discover how ancient glaciers on a mountain top can tell scientists about our past and the climate of the Earth at the time.
Exploring Time: Arrhythmia Test
Arrhythmias are the most common cause of death in the United States. Learn more about how doctors are studying arrhythmia on the Science Channel's "Exploring Time."
Exploring Time: Attoseconds
On the Science Channel's "Exploring Time," learn about attoseconds and see an electron in motion.
Exploring Time: Deep Ocean Drilling Ship
On The Science Channel's "Exploring Time," go on board a specially made ship designed to drill to the Earth's crust in the ocean.
Exploring Time: Drilling the Ocean to Study Earthquakes
On The Science Channel's "Exploring Time," discover how drilling in the ocean can tell us how earthquakes work.
Exploring Time: Earth Dance and Its Effect on Climate
On the Science Channel's "Exploring Time," discover how the Earth dance effects the climate of the planet.
Exploring Time: Earthquakes
On the Science Channel series, "Exploring Time," discover how earthquakes work and what causes them.
Exploring Time: Heart Beat
The heart must always keep a steady beat. Learn about the heart and how it functions on The Science Channel's "Exploring Time."
Exploring Time: Long Term Effects of Weather
On the Science Channel's "Exploring Time," discover how weather effects the planet Earth on a long term scale.
Exploring Time: Ocean Glider
On the Science Channel's "Exploring Time," learn about a glider that is used to study the ocean and how the ocean relates to climate.
Exploring Time: Protein Folding
Learn what protein folding is and its importance to science on the Science Channel's "Exploring Time."
Exploring Time: Studying Climate Changes Over Decades
On the Science Channel's "Exploring Time," learn about the small geological events that take place over decades and the impact they have on the Earth and its climate changes.
Exploring Time: Studying Supernovas
What are supernovas and how can they be used to tell how far a star is from Earth? Find out on the Science Channel's "Exploring Time."
Exploring Time: The Birth of Our Solar System
On The Science Channel's "Exploring Time," learn how studying stardust can tell us how our solar system was created.
Exploring Time: The Brain's Basal Ganglia
On The Science Channel's "Exploring Time," learn about the basal ganglia, a group of nuclei in the brain that controls all the other parts of the brain and regulates motor control, cognition, emotions and learning.
Exploring Time: The Carbon Cycle
On the Science Channel's "Exploring Time," discover how the carbon cycle works and how carbon moves from plants, to the air, to the water and back.
Exploring Time: The Earth's Climate Cycle
On the Science Channel's "Exploring Time," learn about the Earth's climate changes over time and the effects it has on the planet.
Exploring Time: The Mission of the Spacecraft Stardust
In 1999, the spacecraft Stardust was sent to space to collect dust from a passing comet. Find out what it brought back on the Science Channel's "Exploring Time."
Exploring Time: The Ocean Conveyor Belt
On The Science Channel's "Exploring Time," learn about the ocean conveyor belt and how it has affected the Earth's climate and landscape over centuries.
Exploring Time: The Universe and Sophisticated Machines
On The Science Channel's "Exploring Time," learn how scientists use one of the most sophisticated machines to enter the realm of the ultra fast.
Exploring Time: Tracking a Hurricane
On the Science Channel's "Exploring Time," discover how a hurricane is made, where it comes from and how we know.
Exploring Time: Universe Expansion Acceleration
On the Science Channel's "Exploring Time," learn how studying supernovas reveals that the universe's expansion is accelerating.
Exploring Time: Virtual Heart
See this mathematical model of the heart which responds to whatever is thrown its way. Learn more on this virtual heart on The Science Channel's "Exploring Time."
Exploring Time:Global Warming and the Ocean Belt
On The Science Channel's "Exploring Time," learn how global warming is effecting the ocean conveyor belt in the Atlantic.
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