How the Earth Was Made
Traveling the globe to reveal geological processes that shaped Earth.
|"The Deepest Place on Earth" Exploring the Mariana Trench reveals the slash along the floor of the Pacific Ocean to be deeper than Mount Everest is high. (Repeat)||H2|
|"Krakatoa" Exploring the underground forces that triggered one of recorded history's biggest volcanic eruptions at Krakatoa, killing more than 36,000 people and causing widespread destruction in 1883. (Repeat)||H2|
|"Loch Ness" Scotland's Loch Ness was once part of America, frequented by dinosaurs and engulfed by huge volcanic eruptions; examining whether the legendary Loch Ness monster could be descended from dinosaurs. (Repeat)||H2|
|"Asteroids" Asteroids might provide clues about the formation of early Earth; detective work uncovers that a big nickel deposit in Canada, vast oil reserves in the Gulf of Mexico and a gold mine in South Africa all resulted from asteroid impacts. (Repeat)||H2|
Historical clues and the expertise of geologists reveal how powerful forces shaped the planet; each episode examines a single location, such as the San Andreas Fault and Yellowstone National Park.
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