Should some animals never be kept in captivity? Title from distributor's description Films Media Group, July 2, 2016. What is actually in them? Join 500,000+ Future fans by liking us on , or follow us on , , and. Last year, researchers finished the what such a vehicle might look like. Determined to save their future, Adam tries to find out why the disease affects the twins so differently and see if there is anything he can do to stop it from tearing their lives apart. Horizon explored the possibility of life-supporting alien oceans in 'Oceans of the Solar System'. He gains access to scientists and doctors trialling cutting-edge techniques to tackle the crisis - from a 'miracle' hormone injection to a transfusion of faecal matter, and even learns a thing or two about his own size and relationship with food.
Personal attacks or comments that insult, demean or threaten users will be removed and result in bans. They are crucial to life and we used to think that they were unique to our blue planet. They think it is a natural part of zoo keeping that is often swept under the carpet. While Hannah builds a dating site, Xand meets the scientists investigating online dating - and learns what pictures to use and what to write in his profile. New scanning and gene technology is allowing scientists to identify the disease at its earliest stages, often 15 years before symptoms appear and the brain cells are destroyed.
Are we on the verge of discovering that-far from being unique-life in the solar system is ubiquitous? Nasa is even planning to dive to the depths of a strange, distant ocean in a remarkable submarine. It has recently been discovered that there are oceans all over our solar system and they are very similar to our own. Michael reveals what e-cigarettes are really doing to your health. Air Date : 25th-Apr-2016 Antarctica is the last great wilderness. Today, we are witnessing the birth of extra-terrestrial meteorology, as technology is allowing astronomers to study other planets like never before. It has recently been discovered that there are oceans all over our solar system, and they are very similar to our own. Air Date : 6th-Apr-2016 Investigating the story of how a Russian internet millionaire, Dmitry Itskov, is turning to cutting edge science to try to unlock the secret of living forever.
Correct title and year of release are mandatory. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more! But researchers may consider sending an orbiter to relay data and communications back to Earth. She meets one of the last surviving northern white rhinos and discovers the future of this species now lies in a multimillion-dollar programme to engineer them from stem cells. We thought we had extreme weather on Earth, but it turns out that it is nothing compared to what's out there. Should zoos cull their animals to manage populations? The oceans define the earth. Finally, with the help of his twin brother Chris, Xand discovers the legal ways some athletes try to gain the edge. That's why I wasn't there.
It's not a lander or a rover, but a submarine — a vehicle with an instantly recognisable torpedo shape. Michael meets some of the scientists around the world studying them, asks a group of volunteers to try to give up smoking regular cigarettes using them, and even takes up 'vaping' himself, smoking an e-cigarette every day for a month to see the effects on his own health - no easy task for such a committed non-smoker. Air Date : 30th-Mar-2016 This is the story of how our solar system will be transformed by the aging sun before coming to a spectacular end in about eight billion years. Liz examines their record, from helping breed pandas for the wild to efforts to save the rhinos. Nasa is even planning to dive to the depths of a strange, distant ocean in a remarkable submarine. Air Date : 10th-Aug-2016 The acerbically witty and severely facially disfigured broadcaster Adam Pearson presents a personal film about genetics. Hate is too great a burden to bear.
A common attitude is that obese people should be ashamed - it is their fault, they have no will power and if they could just 'eat less and exercise more', the problem would soon be solved. Are they really better for you than cigarettes? The fate of the Earth itself hangs in the balance. On some planets, the temperatures are so hot that the clouds and rain are believed to be made of liquid lava droplets, and on other planets it is thought to rain precious stones like diamonds and rubies. How can the same genetic disease affect identical twins so differently? Our exploration of the universe is revealing alien worlds with weather stranger than anyone could ever have imagined - we've discovered gigantic storm systems that can encircle entire planets, supersonic winds, extreme temperatures and bizarre forms of rain. Once we thought oceans were unique to our planet, but astronomers are now discovering them all over the solar system, raising the possibility of life in places we never thought possible.
But could zoos be the answer to conserving endangered species? It snapped the first pictures of the surface. They are crucial to life and we used to think that they were unique to our blue planet. Description: 1 online resource 1 video file 52 min. Xand's investigation reveals the extraordinary gamble dopers take with their health. Nasa is even planning to dive to the depths of a strange, distant ocean in a remarkable submarine. The programme investigates the real science inspiring his bold plan to upload the human mind to a computer, and examines whether his goal of bringing about immortality for humans within thirty years is attainable. Its effects were discovered in 1998, but physicists still do not know what it is, and its very existence calls into question Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity; the cornerstone of modern physics.
Titan and Earth are the only two Solar-System worlds where rain falls onto the surface Titan and Earth are the only two Solar-System worlds where rain albeit methane rain for Titan falls onto the surface, filling lakes and seas that are connected by rivers and tributaries. Adam's face is covered with growths, whereas Neil has none. What do they do to the body? An amino acid can be left- or right-handed, Lorenz explains, and those associated with life on Earth all happen to be right-handed. And there are still engineering challenges. We used to think that oceans were unique to our planet, but we were wrong. No one is quite sure how deep it is, but it likely plunges for hundreds of metres and spans as much as 400,000 square km — five times larger than Lake Superior in North America. They're everywhere these days, but what does the latest scientific research on them reveal? I mean, we might see things 0:57:12 0:57:13 that look like lichens or algae 0:57:13 0:57:15 growing on the rocks on the shore.