Sci-Trek

About the show

Boldly going where no science series has gone before, SCI TREK will take viewers to world’s they’ve only imagined.  From the infinitesimal threats of microbes to mining colonies on the Moon, this series will unravel scientific mysteries and provide glimpses into our hi-tech future.

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Upcoming episodes

Sep 22nd
900p

What Animals Think

Do animals have thoughts and emotions like we do? New information on primates, whales, dogs, and even birds, suggests we’re far from the only intelligent species on the planet. This show will challenge the very way we define what it is to be human.
Sep 22nd
1000p

First Contact

From aliens showing up in our skies, to signals beamed from across the Cosmos, contact with an extraterrestrial race would be the biggest event in human history. Get ready to explore the technology, the dangers and the surprises of First Contact.
Sep 22nd
1100p

Bolts of Fire

Inexplicably, it kills some people in an instant while unleashing new talents in others. See startling research that shows how lightning is adding to our ozone, altering the composition of our atmosphere, and contributing to global climate change.
Sep 23rd
1200a

What Animals Build

Find out how animals construct amazing engineering marvels that rival, and in some cases surpass, our own. These incredible structures, like spider webs, bee honeycombs, and beaver dams, can even teach us how to build more efficiently in the future.
Oct 11th
900p

New York Earthquake

New scientific evidence proves that active fault lines surround and criss-cross the Big Apple. Even iconic structures like the Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, and Statue of Liberty are not immune to the wrath of an Earthquake in New York.
Oct 11th
1000p

Mining the Moon

When Humankind returns to the Moon, this time the plan is to mine its surface for hidden resources. Elements like hydrogen and oxygen, trapped in the lunar soil, are the keys to a permanent colony and for future missions to Mars and beyond.
Oct 11th
1100p

Killer Germs

They’re invisible killers -- and they’re everywhere. See deadly bacteria and viruses up close. And travel with the world’s leading microbe hunters as they attempt to locate and terminate these lethal organisms before they trigger the next pandemic
Oct 12th
1200a

Neanderthals

With their large brains and stocky, powerful bodies, Neanderthals were a human force to be reckoned with. Then, 30,000 years ago, they disappeared forever. Now scientists are using DNA and other tools to uncover the secrets of these ancient humans.