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"...some of the most noxious sludge in television's bottomless chum bucket."
I wish I could take credit of the above quote but I'll let you, kind reader, google it.
I watch this show periodically just to be amazed at the crap that some people will believe.
Shows like this should be run with disclaimers at every commercial break pointing out that the theories presented have been thoroughly discredited by ACADEMICS and SPECIALISTS.
Believers of this rubbish are walking proof that "science is hard" and instead of actually doing some research and investing some real effort and thought, some will accept something because it sounds "like- science".
According to this show Planet Earth is at the crossroads of the universe, and is not some insignificant pale blue dot on the outskirts of a galaxy that is itself one of billions of galaxies.
On the other hand it's quiet evident that the success of this show has done wonders for Giorgio's hair. That's why it gets a 2.
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