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Discovery Science Torstai 23.10.

21:50
Primal Connections
Take a look at the changing diets of humans over the course of history, as presenter Greger Larson examines how the food we have consumed has transformed our development.
22:40
Sci-Trek
New York Earthquake. Could ancient fault lines cause an earthquake in New York? 'Sci-Trek' uses HD footage and photo-real CGI to explore the science behind the unlikely but devastating possibility.
23:30
How the Universe Works
Galaxies. Witness the evolution of galaxies, from clouds of cold gas floating in the voids of space 13 billion years ago, to the magnificent spirals that fill our night.

Kello 24:00

00:20
How Tech Works
How does the world's first upside down waterslide work; what is a virtual reality truck teaching scientists about drivers' habits; and what makes an industrial port distinctive?
00:45
How It's Made
Steering Wheels/Fuel Lines/Apple Pies/Radiators. Ever wondered how everyday items are made? This fascinating series puts more common items under the microscope and reveals all to find out.
01:10
Long March into Space
Follow the preparation and launch of China’s Shenzhou 7 spaceship, and gain a rare window into Chinese space technology as well as the daily life of Chinese astronauts.
02:00
Primal Connections
Take a look at the changing diets of humans over the course of history, as presenter Greger Larson examines how the food we have consumed has transformed our development.
02:45
Mythbusters
Bottle Bash. Adam and Jamie get feisty with a bar fight fable while Kari, Grant and Tory investigate a ballistic material mystery from history.
03:35
Sci-Trek
New York Earthquake. Could ancient fault lines cause an earthquake in New York? 'Sci-Trek' uses HD footage and photo-real CGI to explore the science behind the unlikely but devastating possibility.
04:30
How the Universe Works
Galaxies. Witness the evolution of galaxies, from clouds of cold gas floating in the voids of space 13 billion years ago, to the magnificent spirals that fill our night.