Why you should watch Supergirl, The Voice and more
Theories relating to episodic themes examining the body, the mind and the supernatural.
September 14, 2016
How genes affect behavior and all neuropsychiatric disorders.
July 27, 2005
Included: a psychic detective; a 73-year-old Malaysian known as “Magnet Man” because metal objects stick to his body.
Included: a shark-repellent device developed for divers and surfers that generates electrical fields; a geologist who claims he can predict earthquakes with greater then 75-percent accuracy.
A researcher in maggot therapy; a woman who can walk, thanks to a stem-cell operation; an implanted device that aids migraine sufferers.
Included: a monk uses acupuncture to perform seemingly superhuman feats. Also: the record for swimming underwater without surfacing; an invisibility coat that uses optical camouflage technology.
July 20, 2005
Near-death experiences are examined. Also: a neuroscientist who's researching the effect of spiritual healers on cell cultures of ill patients.
July 13, 2005
Profiling a man who can't recognize faces; a woman whose legs and feet are fused together; and a man with an inner-ear dysfunction that causes his world to wobble.
July 6, 2005
A strong man; a doctor who uses bee venom to manage pain.
A woman with severe short-term memory loss uses notes to remind her what to do each day; a doctor offers hypnosis instead of sedation during operations; and a man makes a living sticking needles through his flesh.
Included: a new technique allowing expectant couples to see a 3-D image of their baby in the womb; dome-like structures that could be used to build a lunar village.
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