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This week, we’ll explore the kinder, gentler, less painful side of Science of Stupid. Now, that doesn’t mean there won’t be ANY suffering at the hands of scientific ignorance. There will be plenty of that; don’t you worry. A GIF recap of SOS just wouldn’t be the same without it. Are you ready? Let’s get…

The new summer season of Brain Games is just days away, and viewers will be amazed as host Jason Silva reveals the surprising truths of our mind via interactive experiments supported by the latest research and technology. In honor of the new season, National Geographic Channel is partnering with one of the oldest centers of…

For the Arctic residents of Life Below Zero, complacency is not an option. Lack of preparedness means certain death. The stakes are high living on the outskirts of humanity, and for many in the lower 48, life can be pretty sedentary, pretty comfy and cozy… until now! [Cue Life Below Zero Weekly Challenges]. As far…

This gorgeous, fiery sunset was captured on the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana. Moremi was founded in a concerted effort by the local Batawana community and a team of wildlife conservationists in 1963. Setting aside a third of the beautiful Okavango Delta in an effort to protect the regions wildlife, their foresight and concern for…

The Nicholas Cage gun-kingpin biopic “Lord of War,” may have performed modestly at the box office, but not without trying. The film has all the trappings of “business-of-war” drama, highlighting the opulence, yet danger and morally bankruptcy of international arms trafficking trade. But while some international traffickers certainly make massive paydays obtaining proper end-to-end certificates and…

The third and final night of the three-part miniseries event The ‘90s: The Last Great Decade?: Politically Incorrect is tonight at 9P. As the world approaches the infamously disappointing Y2K, the United States is racing on the informational superhighway that is both making and breaking careers.  Tech entrepreneurs are simultaneously working against and saving each other, and some are growing…

In spring 2013, for NGC’s miniseries The ’80s: The Decade That Made Us, the PR team gathered some of the staff’s cutest (and most willing) kids to recreate some classic movie posters from the 1980s. The results were such a hit, we knew we wanted to do something similar for The ’90s: The Last Great…

Night two of the 3-night miniseries event, The ‘90s: The Last Great Decade?, continues tonight at 9P with Friends and Enemies. Rivalries were rampant in the ‘90s, and this episode covers some of the greatest conflicts of the decade with first-person insights from the heroes and villains of the decade. The women’s figure skating drama…

5 Bear Myths Debunked

Throughout this season of The Savage Line, the animal guards have showcased their limited non-lethal options in dealing with bears that threaten human populations. Killing these predators is oftentimes illegal, unwise or unethical, so the guards leaned on their professional knowledge of animal behavior to find ways to discourage the bears from entering settlements. Scientific…

Tonight at 9P, the three-night miniseries event, The ‘90s: The Last Great Decade? kicks off with its first two-hour episode, Great Expectations. Interviews with celebrities like Roseanne Barr and Matthew Perry take us through the lives—and sometimes deaths—of some of the greatest names of the decade, like Kurt Cobain and Bill Clinton. Television’s rise in…