On Second Thought is a one-hour, daily news talk show that airs at 9 a.m. ET weekdays.
In the season finale, Miss Marple investigates a supposed gypsy curse that killed a chauffeur's wife as well as several others. Thursday, January 19 at 9:45 PM
The GHSA state championships for football are right around the corner. There are 16 teams left on the road to the Georgia Dome and by late Saturday night all eight champions for 2016 will be... MORE
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We define Organic Chemistry, along with Hydrolysis and Synthesis. And we explain how these things help create new flavors.
Our expert explains why fish thrive in salt water, including an explanation of osmoregulation, as well as the roles of osmosis and active transport.
If you want to remain the busiest airport in the world, it’ll help to understand the best way to layout the runways and why this works so well.
Because this state park is located in Georgia’s Longleaf Pine Wiregrass Ecosystem, we explore the importance of prescribed burnings and how they actually help some species to thrive.
We offer a simple explanation of propagation—a key component of olive and other types of farming.
One of the keys for creating zombie illusions is the use of prosthetics. We find out what they are, and how they’re used in television.
It’s more than just a fancy word for fireworks. It’s also how they help keep the runways clear at the airport.
Well you can’t run an airport without radar. So we take a moment to learn the basics of how radar works.
We explore the field of nuclear medicine technology with an explanation of the two types of radiation and the important differences in them.
A Refractometer is a pretty important tool in a chemistry lab, and we’ll tell you why.
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