On Discovery Channel's "Conspiracy Test," Los Angeles coroner Dr. Thomas Noguchi's controversial autopsy report debunked the LAPD's open and shut lone gunman case in the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy.
RFK's autopsy reveals that he was shot from behind. Due to the distance and location, witnesses report that alleged gunmen Sirhan Sirhan could not have inflicted the fatal wound. Learn more on Discovery Channel's "Conspiracy Test."
When a mother goes to wake her son, she finds him unresponsive. She calls 911, but it's too late. The boy dies on the way to the hospital. Looking for answers, the family calls on Dr. G, and her findings are shocking.
34-year-old Eddie gets into a heated argument with his girlfriend that ends with Eddie being stabbed in his arm. Baffled by his death two weeks later, Dr. G examines how one small stab wound could kill a man.
After a night of passion, 39-year-old Carla and 48-year-old Dillon are found dead in bed together with gun shot wounds to the head. Believing the couples have been murdered, Dr. G learns that this could potentially be a murder-suicide.
A truck driving accident leads to a deadly fire on the side of the road with the driver trapped inside. Following the accident, Dr. G discovers the identity of the unknown driver, and discovers shocking news about the cause of death.
29-year-old Max goes to sleep after a night of fun with friends, and never wakes up the next morning. All symptoms point to drugs, but there is one problem -- Max doesn't use drugs. It's up to Dr. G to determine what caused his mysterious death.
After receiving a tummy tuck, 42-year-old Michelle suddenly collapses to the floor and dies. Puzzled by her death, Dr. G examines how a successful procedure led to her sudden death. Also, a man's body is found in the woods, covered in scratch marks.
In 1846 Vienna, childbed fever caused death among many pregnant patients. Consequently, Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis began an experiment where his doctors washed their hands. Learn more about this experiment on the Science Channel's "100 Greatest Discoveries."
After being pulled out of his home by a tornado, a man lands in a nearby field with no significant injuries. The strength of his bones protected him. Bones' resiliency is discussed in this Discovery Channel video.
German physicist Wilhelm Roentgen accidentally stumbled on this world altering technology. X-Rays had radiation capabilities then unknown to scientists. Learn more in the Science Channel's "100 Greatest Discoveries."
Shortly before leaving to go on a zero-gravity flight, physicist Stephen Hawking spoke with reporter Irene Klotz. Learn how Mr. Hawking, who has ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease), uses his eyes to speak through a computer in this video.
English physician William Harvey's studies on blood flow were breakthroughs in understanding the human heart and the circulatory system. Learn more about blood flow on the Science Channel's "100 Greatest Discoveries."
How does one of the most ancient parts of the human mind keep us alive in the most desperate situations? Learn how the human body alters itself to increase the probability of survival in this Discovery Channel video.
Before Friedrich Wöhler created urea, scientists believed that organic substances were unable to combine with inorganic substances. Learn more about the discovery of urea on the Science Channel's "100 Greatest Discoveries."