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|Narrated by||Eric Meyers and others|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of series||8|
|No. of episodes||151 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||45 minutes|
|Production company(s)||National Geographic Society
|Original network||National Geographic Channel|
|Original release||2004– 2011|
Naked Science is an American documentary television series that premiered in 2004 on the National Geographic Channel and ran through November 2011. The program featured various subjects related to science and technology. Some of the views expressed might be considered fringe or pseudo-science, and some of the scientists may present opinions which have not been properly peer-reviewed or are not widely accepted within their scientific communities, in particular on topics such as Bermuda Triangle or Atlantis for example.
Two seasons of the show have been released on DVD by Fremantle Home Entertainment.
The first season was released on three discs in 2007. Total running time is 624 minutes.
- "Killer Asteroid"
- "Super Volcano"
- "Angry Earth"
- "Who Built Stonehenge?"
- "The Deadliest Shark"
- "Bermuda Triangle"
- "Alien Contact"
- "Angry Skies"
- "What is Human?"
The second season, released in 2009, consists of three discs with a total run time of 624 minutes.
- "Earth's Core"
- "Surviving Nature's Fury"
- "Shark Attacks"
- "Volcano Alert"
- "Tsunami Warning"
- "Birth of the Earth"
- "Loch Ness"
- "Close Encounters"
- Official website
- Naked Science at the Internet Movie Database
- Naked Science at TV.com (all episodes)
- Naked Science at Yidio.com
- [vobjectid=194644&more=ucepisodelist&episodeid=4290148 Naked Science at TVGuide.com
- Naked Science at EpisodeWorld.com
- YouTube Page
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