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TERRA 1004: Sunken Stories

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A shipwreck is mystery, power, romance and danger. There’s a magic to watching one never seen by human eyes materialize from the darkness of the deep ocean. Sunken Stories follows the initial survey of a newly discove...

TERRA 1033: InSex Episode 1: Luminescent Lovers

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Join host Kevin Collins for a raunchy look into the sex lives of fireflies.

TERRA 807: Inches of Snow and Tide

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The Olympic Peninsula is a land of snowy mountains, rocky tidepools, and crashing waves. Explore one small patch of coastline at low tide and you can find tiny sea stars, camouflaged fish, and eighty-year-old anemones...

TERRA 1027: The Story of P

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We’re running out of phosphorus, a critical nutrient in our diet. The Story of P explores how an emerging technology, no-mix toilets, can help us recover this valuable resource. While at the same time, saving us money...

TERRA 223: Black Tale – The Whirling Disease Invaders – Part 2

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Part Two of "Black Tale" continues to explore the problem caused by a parasite which came from Europe and was introduced into the Rocky Mountains. Beyond research, this episode reveals how your efforts can help preven...

TERRA 720: Atom

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Atom is a short, animated film about the ‘life’ of Atom X. From the Big Bang to the emergence of life on Earth and beyond, this film tells a rather brief story of, well, everything.

TERRA 1020: Seizing the Unrecorded

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Seizing the Unrecorded is an autobiographical film that explores a question that everyone asks themselves at one point in there life:  "How can something you love doing be bad for you?, and if it is, should you stop d...

TERRA 1018: Croaked: The Science of Humor

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Is there a formula for funny? Join comedian Christian McDaniel as he attempts to look at the science behind humor and why people laugh. It's science, without killing any frogs.

TERRA 1117: The Otherworldly Voice

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To make music without touching your instrument is a rare feat, and a difficult task to accomplish.  It sounds and looks like something out of a science fiction film, but this musical oddity has been around since the 1...

TERRA 707: TRUST Arizona

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In this episode of the TRUST Series, meet Jaime Lynn Butler, an 11-year-old Navajo artist, who recognizes the extreme difficulty this administration faces dealing with the current political climate crisis. On January ...

TERRA 222: Black Tale – The Whirling Disease Invaders – Part 1

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The parasite which causes Whirling Disease is one example of the increasingly difficult problems caused by exotic species around the world. Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout has seen dramatic population declines and other n...

TERRA 448: Frog, Chemical, Water, You – Part 1

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Amphibians are indicator species. Because of their sensitive permeable skin, scientists use amphibians to gauge the overall health of the worldwide ecosystem that we all share. So with nearly half of the world's amphi...

TERRA 237: The Last Run – Part 1

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"Ironically, as we work to save the salmon, it may turn out that the salmon save us." (Paul Schell, Mayor of Seattle) Salmon are an indicator species - their health closely tracks the health of the watershed to which ...

TERRA 702: Why is Science Important?

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Science teacher and film-maker Alom Shaha sets out to uncover a genuinely satisfying answer to his students' most common question: why is science important?

TERRA 916: The Power to Print

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The Power to Print explores the popular technology of 3D printing and takes you along with filmmaker Brett Kuxhausen as he tries to print one of the most provocative and talked about creations of 3D printing: a plasti...

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