Dark Matters: Twisted But True

2011, TV Show

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First Look: Season 2 of Science's John Noble Series Dark Matters

Was aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh an American Nazi? Did a Hungarian musician's song trigger 18 suicides? How did a lobotomy doctor earn the Nobel Prize? Fringe star John Noble answers those, and some even creepier questions, as the host of Science's Dark Matters: Twisted But True.

Dark Matters returns for its second season Saturday at 10/9c. "I'm much more fearful of what I don't know than what I do know," Noble says. "We're not Mythbusters, but we've looked at events that people only shadily know of or perhaps have heard about, and reveal answers."

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Season 3, Episode 6
One man combined the occult and rockets to produce the technology that underpinned Mutually Assured Destruction. A skull found in 1912 seems to solve Darwin's puzzle of where we came from. Mary Mallon infects hundreds with typhoid despite being healthy.

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Season 3, Episode 5
A musical genius is forced to create the most brilliant piece of spy technology ever. Wendell Johnson turns his own stutter into a research topic, but it takes a twist in when he experiments on orphans. Dr John Ziegler introduces steroids to athletes.

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Season 3, Episode 4
A Pavlov student repeats this experiment on orphans to prove that they are nothing more than animals. In 2001 red rain falls in India; it seems to be filled with biological cells. A glow in the dark paint used during WWI contains a deadly ingredient.

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Season 3, Episode 3
Jose Delgado begins to discover how to electronically control the mind. A doctor at Edinburgh University doesn't ask any questions when two men begin supplying him with fresh human cadavers. Scientist Phillip Lenard leads a vendetta against Einstein.

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First Look: Season 2 of Science's John Noble Series Dark Matters

Was aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh an American Nazi? Did a Hungarian musician's song trigger 18 suicides? How did a lobotomy doctor earn the Nobel Prize? Fringe star John Noble answers those, and some even creepier questions, as the host of Science's Dark Matters: Twisted But True.

Dark Matters returns for its second season Saturday at 10/9c. "I'm much more fearful of what I don't know than what I do know," Noble says. "We're not Mythbusters, but we've looked at events that people only shadily know of or perhaps have heard about, and reveal answers."

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The Serenity will be flying into Comic-Con!

Joss Whedon and the cast of Firefly will reunite for a Comic-Con panel on Friday, July 13 at 12:30 p.m. in Ballroom 20 to mark the show's 10th anniversary, Science Channel announced Wednesday.

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Besides the man behind Buffy the Vampire Slayer and this summer's blockbuster hit The Avengers, the panel will also include... read more

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Premiered: August 31, 2011, on Science Channel
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: Bizarre experiments and unethical research projects are examined in this documentary series.

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