Monday, August 4, 2014

“The world is always open, waiting to be discovered.”

“Discovery consists of looking at the same thing as everyone else and thinking something different.”
― Albert Szent-Györgyi

           Take common or ordinary information, expand your knowledge of the subject matter, add an engaging charismatic host and you're "going deep". Humorist and co-creator of National Geographic's hottest new show Going Deep with David Rees, takes an in depth look at common household items or simple overlooked concepts, blowing your mind with fresh analysis.
        Entertaining? Absolutely. Satirical? Only slightly. Rest assured Rees's adaptation of explanations in the show are  prepared with great consideration. Each episode concludes with tips and techniques viewers can try out in the comfort of their own homes. Heavily researched, fact-checked, and tested by a group of  accredited experts, Going Deep's format has been described as Bill Nye the Science Guy  possessed by Martha Stewart. Humor and curiosity are an unbeatable combination.
     Do you think you know how to make ice cubes? How do you tie your own shoe laces? Is there really a right way or wrong way to open and close a door? Those topics are just a few of the fascinating thirty minute how-to segments explored, Monday's at 10PM on the National Geographic Channel

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