Water is really cool. It's powerful enough to cut through steel, and yet we drink it and bathe in it. See how water works, from photosynthesis and hydration of the human body to ... See full summary »

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Water is really cool. It's powerful enough to cut through steel, and yet we drink it and bathe in it. See how water works, from photosynthesis and hydration of the human body to hydroelectric power generation and high-speed water jet cutting. The show follows the path of water from Canada's Athabasca Glacier, through the Colorado River and Hoover Dam, sprayed onto the fertile but dry fields of California, surging inside a 19th Century steam locomotive, and in the clouds above West Texas as we see cloud seeding in action. Written by Anonymous

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11 December 2008 (USA)  »

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