'Keep things strapped down and you’ll be just fine.' StarTalk host Neil deGrasse Tyson explained how sex in space can illustrate Newtonian laws of motion in a short video posted by National Geographic. “You’re there in space and you move toward someone and they just sort of bounce off. Show More Summary
National Geographic Channel said this morning it’s getting back in bed with Scott Free Productions to produce an adaptation of Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard's book Killing Patton. This iteration of their lucrative “Killing” franchise,...Show More Summary
Jacek Bartosiak Security, Europe America should not discount the value of such a reworked geographically and domain neutral ASB/JAM-GC, especially to nations in Central and Eastern Europe. While we don’t have all the details just yet,...Show More Summary
by Andy Dehnart, reality blurred Terlingua, Texas, is 200 miles from “a major anything,” one person says during the first episode of National Geographic’s Badlands, Texas. Like so many other remote locations, it is now, ironically enough, the subject of a reality TV series. Show More Summary
StarTalk host Neil deGrasse Tyson explained how sex in space can illustrate Newtonian laws of motion in a short video posted by National Geographic. “You’re there in space and you move toward someone and they just sort of bounce off. The movement is sort of preserved —...
Ever wonder how one gets busy in space? Well, a fan sent in a question to National Geographic's Star Talk, and Neil deGrasse Tyson giggled his way through an answer.
After maintaining a healthy selling pace for most of this year, existing-home sales are starting to trail off, with no geographic regions of the country reporting gains in sales in October, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Show More Summary
How to age but keep your health? Can science reverse aging? Those are just two of the questions Oscar-winning director Ron Howard will investigate when he hosts the documentary series Breakthrough on the National Geographic channel on Sunday November 29. The segment focuses on Mayo Clinic's Kogod Center on Aging and features gerontology researcher James Kirkland, M.D., Ph.D.
For Immediate Release “The universal fascination and anxiety that we all feel around this subject is what gives it its power.” - Ron Howard, director of Breakthrough - The Age of Aging How to age but keep your health? Can science reverse aging? Those are just two of the questions Oscar-winning director Ron Howard will […]
The Leftovers on HBO at 9:00pm ET. Saints and Strangers on National Geographic Channel at 9:00pm ET. Original miniseries premiere, part one of two. An unsentimental view of the uneasy alliance that grew between pilgrims and Native Americans in Plymouth...
After Batman Begins, it seems that every major character has to get a gritty origin story. Now it seems that even holidays are getting gritty origin story reboots, as National Geographic is airing a more realistic retelling of the origins of Thanksgiving this weekend called Saints and Strangers. (Don't expect... More »
National Geographic Channel miniseries "Saints & Strangers" captures the faith and miracles between Pilgrims and Native Americans as Pilgrims settled in America.
The new viral craze is apparently scaring cats with cucumbers, because the Internet is a weird place and humans enjoy low-grade animal cruelty as long as it's adorable. But National Geographic reports that we should all maybe not be scaring out cats with cucumbers. According to Upvoted, the first cat-scared-by-cucumber...
Brandon Muir is a Vancouver-based artist gaining notice for his creepy digital collage portraits. His process, as he recently shared with the Creator’s Project, involves cutting out old National Geographic and LIFE Magazines, and then reconfiguring those layers using Photoshop and AfterEffects.
The city of Los Angeles is mesmerizing no matter how you look at it. But filmmaker Vadim Tereshchenko wanted to make sure he put his own magical spin on The City of Angels for a recent hyperlapse he created for National Geographic’s Short Film Showcase. In the two minute hyperlapse, Tereshchenko takes us on a [...]Show More Summary
Just in time for the upcoming holiday, National Geographic will premiere a two-part television movie about the very first Thanksgiving in 1621 between the Pilgrims and Native Americans. The series creators have marketed this special,...Show More Summary
Most award-winning print ads rely on extreme Photoshopping, big-budget photography and meticulous art direction, but here's a wonderful exception to the rule. Istanbul agency Rafineri created the ad above for media conglomerate Dogus Publishing Group, which operates National Geographic Turkey. Show More Summary
SINGAPORE, Nov 19 (Reuters) - When Singapore celebrated its 50th birthday as an independent country in August, the city state bore little resemblance to the tiny island nation that was expelled from Malaysia in 1965.
You may have noticed a new channel pop up in Discover on Snapchat this week called Sweet. It’s prominently placed first in the list of Discover channels, alongside the likes of BuzzFeed, Refinery 29, Vice and National Geographic. It seems a little out of place — and until this week, it was virtually unheard of. Show More Summary