How the Earth Was Made

  • 2009
  • TV Show
  • TV-PG

A series examining geological features and phenomena, and the processes that formed their creation.

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Tonight's TV Hot List: Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit10 pm/ET NBC The month of March fittingly brings the return of Stephanie March, who begins reprising her role as ADA Alex Cabot in the first of several episodes. Benson and Stabler are shocked to see her at a crim… Read more

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America's Gold Season 2, Episode 13 Mar 2, 2010 $2.99

Gold dates from the time of the supernova explosion that gave birth to the building blocks of our solar system.

America's Ice Age Season 2, Episode 12 Feb 16, 2010 $1.99

Why do we have ice ages and when is the next one due? Chart the progress of different ice ages through the history of our planet, from Snowball Earth hundreds of millions of years ago to the recent ice ages.

Earth's Deadliest Eruption Season 2, Episode 11 Feb 9, 2010 $2.99

In the remote wastes of Siberia buried under snow are the remains of one of the greatest catastrophes that the Earth has endured.

Mt. St. Helens Season 2, Episode 10 Feb 2, 2010 $1.99

Over 20 years ago, Mt. St Helens--thought to be dormant--shocked America when it exploded. It is an acidic volcano--the magma beneath is full of volatiles making it highly explosive.

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How The Earth Was Made Season 2
HISTORY™ peels back layers of rock, fills up river canyons, parts the oceans and levels mountains and volcanoes as How the Earth Was Made goes back in (more…)
How The Earth Was Made Season 2
HISTORY™ peels back layers of rock, fills up river canyons, parts the oceans and levels mountains and volcanoes as How the Earth Was Made goes back in (more…)
Mountain Building
02:15 — How are mountains formed? Find out more about volcanism, erosion and colliding continents.

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  • Premiered: February 10, 2009
  • Rating: TV-PG
  • Premise: A series examining geological features and phenomena, and the processes that formed their creation. (more)

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