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Discovery Science Keskiviikko 5.8.

04:16
The X-Testers
The X-Testers head to Mexico where they recreate a UFO sighting caught on tape in broad daylight. They then travel to Ogden, Ohio to remake one of the town's famous ghost stories.
04:40
The X-Testers
After a series of strange lights is spotted in the sky above Phoenix, the X-Testers attempt to recreate the phenomenon to see what really lit up the Arizona skyline.
05:03
Mythbusters
Drain Disaster. Special affects experts Adam and Jamie stop at nothing to find the truth. Using modern-day science, they test myths and urban legends to determine what’s busted and what's not.
05:50
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.

Kello 6:00

06:37
How It's Made
Fresh Cut Flowers/Adhesive Tape/Tofu/Lottery Tickets. More everyday items go under the microscope as we find out how fresh cut flowers, adhesive tape, tofu and lottery tickets are made.
07:00
How It's Made
Plastic Moulds/Automatic Oil Filters/Filing Cabinets/Blown Glass. More everyday items go under the microscope as we find out how plastic moulds, automatic oil filters, filing cabinets and blown glass are made.
07:23
Mythbusters
Drain Disaster. Special affects experts Adam and Jamie stop at nothing to find the truth. Using modern-day science, they test myths and urban legends to determine what’s busted and what's not.
08:08
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.
08:53
Future Weapons
Hard Target. More cutting-edge weapons are tested, including armour for combat rubber raiding craft, an assault rifle whose ammo remains supersonic at 1,100 metres and the new UAV attack plane.
09:38
Food Factory
In the Hot House. Ever wondered how the tomatoes that you buy appear so consistent in their taste and size? Food Factory investigates. Later they see how breath mints are made.
10:01
Food Factory
Come Fly with Me. Discover the science of producing food ready to be eaten at 10,000 feet, and observe the manufacture of a New York favourite, the bagel.
10:23
Close Encounters
Curse From Above. In Michigan, a father and son see strange lights and call the sheriff's office. In France, a craft known as Angel Hair is spotted hovering over school grounds
10:46
Close Encounters
Caught on Tape. On Halloween night in 2004 the police receive over 50 UFO reports in the Chicago area. And in Buck’s County, a contractor sees a large object pass over his home.
11:08
The X-Testers
The X-Testers head to Mexico where they recreate a UFO sighting caught on tape in broad daylight. They then travel to Ogden, Ohio to remake one of the town's famous ghost stories.
11:31
The X-Testers
After a series of strange lights is spotted in the sky above Phoenix, the X-Testers attempt to recreate the phenomenon to see what really lit up the Arizona skyline.
11:53
How Do They Do It?
How do they build powerful Scania trucks? How do they use the world's biggest DNA database to solve crime, and how do they use paraffin to make Gouda cheese?

Kello 12:00

12:16
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the finest classical guitars, how do they produce fast tractor mowing machines and how do climbers keep the blades turning on a wind turbine?
12:38
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.
13:23
Future Weapons
Kill Zone. Take a look at unmanned bombers controlled from aircraft carriers as well as unmanned helicopters. Plus, discover an optical system that makes assault rifles even more accurate.
14:10
How It's Made
Fresh Cut Flowers/Adhesive Tape/Tofu/Lottery Tickets. More everyday items go under the microscope as we find out how fresh cut flowers, adhesive tape, tofu and lottery tickets are made.
14:34
How It's Made
Plastic Moulds/Automatic Oil Filters/Filing Cabinets/Blown Glass. More everyday items go under the microscope as we find out how plastic moulds, automatic oil filters, filing cabinets and blown glass are made.
14:57
Close Encounters
Curse From Above. In Michigan, a father and son see strange lights and call the sheriff's office. In France, a craft known as Angel Hair is spotted hovering over school grounds
15:21
Close Encounters
Caught on Tape. On Halloween night in 2004 the police receive over 50 UFO reports in the Chicago area. And in Buck’s County, a contractor sees a large object pass over his home.
15:44
The X-Testers
The X-Testers head to Mexico where they recreate a UFO sighting caught on tape in broad daylight. They then travel to Ogden, Ohio to remake one of the town's famous ghost stories.
16:08
The X-Testers
After a series of strange lights is spotted in the sky above Phoenix, the X-Testers attempt to recreate the phenomenon to see what really lit up the Arizona skyline.
16:31
Sci-Trek
Mining the Moon. 'Sci-Trek' examines plans to mine the moon's surface for hidden resources. With hydrogen and oxygen trapped in the lunar soil, it's the perfect place for a permanent colony.
17:18
Mythbusters
Wheel of Mythfortune. The mailbox is full, so to determine the winners of the viewer request lottery, the guys spin the 'Wheel of Mythfortune' and pick five random emails and letters to respond to.

Kello 18:00

18:05
Morgan Freeman’s Through The Wormhole
Do We Live in The Matrix?. Our universe certainly seems real. But what if it’s not? Can we discover some hidden glitch in the laws of the universe and uncover its hidden code?
18:52
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the finest classical guitars, how do they produce fast tractor mowing machines and how do climbers keep the blades turning on a wind turbine?
19:16
How Do They Do It?
More everyday items are put under the microscope.
19:39
Food Factory
Come Fly with Me. Discover the science of producing food ready to be eaten at 10,000 feet, and observe the manufacture of a New York favourite, the bagel.
20:02
Food Factory
The Famous Cashews. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories, including rainbow trout, roasted cashews, sliced apples and peameal bacon.
20:25
Ten Ways
Ten Ways the World Will End. 'Ten Ways' is the twilight zone of factual programmes. Each show covers another area on the margins of our understanding, where science flirts dangerously with fiction.

Kello 21:00

21:13
The Unexplained Files
Paranormal Highway of America. Chuck Zukowski has been investigating phenomena across the USA for 25 years. Now he spots a pattern: reports of UFOs along the 37th degree parallel.
22:00
Morgan Freeman’s Through The Wormhole
Are We All Bigots?. If you think you see everyone as equal, you're kidding yourself. No matter how open-minded we think we are, stereotypes colour our judgment of others.
22:45
Dark Matters: Twisted but True
In 1885 Louis Pasteur believed he had found a rabies vaccine. But to prove it he had to risk the life of a nine-year-old. John Noble recounts this moment of medical history.
23:34
Ten Ways
Ten Ways the World Will End. 'Ten Ways' is the twilight zone of factual programmes. Each show covers another area on the margins of our understanding, where science flirts dangerously with fiction.

Kello 24:00

00:21
The Unexplained Files
Paranormal Highway of America. Chuck Zukowski has been investigating phenomena across the USA for 25 years. Now he spots a pattern: reports of UFOs along the 37th degree parallel.
01:08
How It's Made
Plastic Moulds/Automatic Oil Filters/Filing Cabinets/Blown Glass. More everyday items go under the microscope as we find out how plastic moulds, automatic oil filters, filing cabinets and blown glass are made.
01:32
How It's Made
Follow the amazing manufacturing processes behind kelp caviar, luxury sailboats, dental crowns and high-performance engines.
01:55
Mythbusters
Wheel of Mythfortune. The mailbox is full, so to determine the winners of the viewer request lottery, the guys spin the 'Wheel of Mythfortune' and pick five random emails and letters to respond to.
02:42
Dark Matters: Twisted but True
In 1885 Louis Pasteur believed he had found a rabies vaccine. But to prove it he had to risk the life of a nine-year-old. John Noble recounts this moment of medical history.
03:29
Ten Ways
Ten Ways the World Will End. 'Ten Ways' is the twilight zone of factual programmes. Each show covers another area on the margins of our understanding, where science flirts dangerously with fiction.
04:16
NASA's Unexplained Files
In 2005, NASA astronaut Leroy Chiao’s spacewalk was interrupted by bright lights flying past. Is there a logical explanation or was there really something strange out there?