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National Geographic Will Air True Crime Docu-Series ‘Missing Dial’

Netflix’s Making a Murderer has been one of the most talked about true crime documentaries ever made, but unlike that series, which deals with alleged murderer Steven Avery, National Geographic’s new true crime series entitled Missing Dial involves, as the title suggests, a missing person. Show More Summary

Constructive Feedback University's "Who Is That Woman In The Picture" - Akin To "National Geographic: The Story Of How Diamond Trusty Was Not Invited On Stage To Indoctrinate The Colonized Negroes At A Political Rally

In their search for the actual woman in this iconic picture......... National Geographic returned to the Afghanistan-Pakistan border and found the woman in the picture years later. In as much as it is true that this "Black Woman Seen...Show More Summary

Adventurous Photography by Jimmy Chin

Jimmy Chin is a professional climber, mountaineer, skier, and photographer for National Geographic. He's able to get to places most of us won't even get close and that's what makes these adventurous photographs so special. Enjoy! For more from Jimmy Chin visit his instagram @jimmy_chin. photography instagram

Morgan Freeman Explores Why Evil Exists in the World on Sunday's 'Story of God'

In Sunday's episode of National Geographic's "The Story of God," actor Morgan Freeman continues his quest to find out why evil exists in the world.

Ron Howard Will Direct National Geographic’s ‘Genius’

Director Ron Howard is currently in post-production on another one of Professor Robert Langdon’s (Tom Hanks) adventures, Inferno, but he’s already found another project to focus on once he’s finished with his third Dan Brown adaptation. Show More Summary

ISIS Destroys Two City Gates In Nineveh

National Geographic has received exclusive photographs that appear to confirm the destruction of the Mashki and Nergal Gates by the Islamic State (ISIS) at the ancient site of Nineveh in Iraq.”

National Geographic Launches Face Swap Campaign, What Could Possibly Go Wrong? 

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Brands have been latching onto millennial trends in an attempt to stay current since the beginning of time, and it is almost always ill-advised. Unfortunately, National Geographic has yet to learn this. Read more...

National Geographic Just Did a Face Swap Ad Campaign, and It's Very Weird Indeed

National Geographic has tried to put a 21st century spin on the idiom "Walk a mile someone else's shoes." Instead of shoes, people swap faces—a la Snapchat's face swap tool—in an odd new print campaign from Y&R São Paulo. read more

National Geographic Tops Social Media, T-Mobile Sees the Highest Growth on Social

Which brands generated the most discussion across social media last week? Shareablee lays out the latest data. 

Beautiful aerial photography by Bernhard Edmaier

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National Geographic has a selection of wonderful aerial photos from German photographer Bernhard Edmaier. His photos can also be found in two of his most recent books, Water and EarthArt. Tags: Bernhard Edmaier photography


The paths traced by elk migration—seven separate herds in all—within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem crisscross the region like a Jackson Pollock abstract The post NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC OPENS EXHIBITION ON YELLOWSTONE WILDLIFE MIGRATION appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

NASA video of global carbon dioxide dynamics

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YouTube link. Via the Curiously Krulwich column at National Geographic, where the phenomenon is explained.

National Geographic Takes a Look at the Spread of the “Religion” Called Atheism

Can we trust National Geographic to take a truthful, fact-based look at atheism? I was, honestly, a little skeptical. The publication has a 2,000-word piece about atheism under the somewhat taunting headline "The World's Newest Major Religion: No Religion."So we're not off to a good start.

Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris 'Have Awful Reputations for Misogyny'

National Geographic was once something I regarded as a relatively reputable source. At least, I assumed that they engaged in real journalism most of the time. A recent feature article by Gabe Bullard is making me rethink this assessment. Show More Summary

Yellowstone “Bear Bathtub” Caught on Tape

Most anglers would agree that after a summer day spent hiking to a backcountry fishing hole, nothing beats a nice, cool swim. Well, evidently, based on this clip by National Geographic, bears can relate to the sentiment, too.  The footage shows a few big bruins taking a dip in a Yellowstone spring. Show More Summary

Celebrate Earth Day With Photo Ark's Amazing Documentation of Species—Before They Go Extinct (Video)

This National Geographic project aims to create portraits of over 10,000 species of birds, fish, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates. Due to the rapid disappearance of many of Earth’s creatures, the National Geographic Photo Ark seeks to document every animal in captivity. Show More Summary

Photography Composition Tips From Documentary Photographer Bob Holmes

How To Tips from a photographer who embraces the "National Geographic style" Work on your composition skills with veteran photographer Bob Holmes…

U.S. men’s national team will play May 22 friendly at Puerto Rico

The U.S. men’s national soccer team will play Puerto Rico in a May 22 friendly in Bayamon, P.R., the first meeting between sides with close geographical, political and cultural ties. Kickoff is at noon ET on FS1, UniMas and Univision Deportes. The game will serve as the first of three U.S. friendlies ahead of Copa […]

The TV Lords Take Away Ilana Glazer, and Then Give Her Right Back

last weekFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Southern Justice on National Geographic Channel at 9:00pm ET. Third season premiere. I've never looked up what this actually is, I just keep happily thinking it's the real version of the "Maine Justice" skit from Saturday Night Live and I...

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