Sci-Fi Saved My Life: Neuralizer
Can a flash of light really cause memory loss like the neuralizer did in the hit movie "Men in Black?" Find out in this clip from the Science Channel's "Sci-Fi Saved My Life" series.
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Conspiracy Test: Recalling Abductions with Hypnosis
When a person has been abducted by aliens, some of the memories are suppressed. In these cases, hypnosis can be used to recall the missing pieces. Learn more about their experiences on Discovery Channel's "Conspiracy Test."
Best Evidence: The Roswell Incident
Roswell, New Mexico is known for the alleged 1947 crashing of a flying saucer. The Roswell incident was then retracted by the officials who announced it. In this clip from "Best Evidence" on Discovery Channel a rancher describes what he saw that day.
It Came From Outer Space: Hyperthermophiles
Hyperthermophiles are microorganisms that can live in extremely hot conditions. Instead of photosynthesis, these organisms perform chemosynthesis to produce energy. Learn more about hyperthermophiles on the Learning Channel's "It Came From Outer Space."
One Step Beyond: Sleep Paralysis and Aliens
On Discovery Channel's "One Step Beyond," learn about sleep paralysis, a condition where the body is stuck between and sleeping and waking state. Some people have hallucinations of being abducted by aliens.
Conspiracy Test: Alien Physical Evidence
On Discovery Channel's "Conspiracy Test," meet a doctor who claims he has found convincing physical evidence of implants inserted in humans during alien abductions.
Best Evidence: Roswell Alien Film
In 1995, a film showing an alien autopsy from the Roswell incident emerged, but it turned out to be a hoax. In this clip from Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence", believers and skeptics discuss the relevance and reality of the incident.
Best Evidence: Project Mogul
According to skeptics, the crash at Roswell was actually a radar tracking device called Project Mogul. Learn more on Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence."
Conspiracy Test: Alien Implants
Discovery Channel's "Conspiracy Test" goes to a lab at the University of Toronto where scientists are examining objects believed to be alien implants.
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Angry aliens invade Earth in the new movie Battle: Los Angeles. And once again it's up to us to stop them. But what could life out there really be like? Jorge Ribas talks to SETI astronomer Seth Shostak to find out.
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In the new movie Battle: Los Angeles, mankind fights off an alien invasion. But could a race of intergalactic beings really attack us? Jorge Ribas gets some answers.
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Alien evolution could produce a living machine-like planet filled with the intelligence of billions of alien minds. But if this does exist, how do we spot it?
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If there are aliens, they could see that our planet supports life based on the variety of colors produced by land, water and weather systems on Earth. However, we do not yet have the proper tools to identify colors of far away exoplanets.