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Everyone above this comment hit the nail on the head. This is a waste of time to anyone truly interested in science. The ridiculous argument before explaining what is obvious to a lot of learned people is really insulting. I was watching another show called NASA's Unexplained Files and the premise was as ridiculous as the one for What on earth, checked out the production company... guess what?? same guy... When I'm looking on the program guide and see these two programs I feel sad because the channels that are normally watch for science stories and interesting stuff are busy showing this garbage. I guess it's a cheap show and that's why they use it, I don't know. Here's is to missing The Learning Channel 20 years ago when it started (The Operation anyone? that was so cool!!). I guess everything gets lowered to the minimum common denominator or whatever sells to the masses... really sad.
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