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H2 | A Knowledge & Learning Channel

H2 is a TV broadcaster based in New York, NY. It’s a knowledge and entertainment channel that airs popular documentary programs previously seen on its sister channel History, along with documentaries and “investigative” specials that are often considered to be sensational, unsubstantiated pseudo-science. You can watch the channel online via the H2 live stream and its collection of videos, updated regularly. See our H2 review below, done with an emphasis on its streaming.

Name: H2
Location: New York, New York, United States
Genre: Entertainment > Knowledge & Documentary
Website: H2 Homepage

If you want to learn more about H2 than what’s in our review, use the buttons in the ‘Visit this station around the web’ box. If you’re interested in a different channel or stream, use the search box at the top of the page.

Review of H2

Review of H2
9.5

Streaming

  • Live Stream
  • Video On Demand

H2’s rating of 9.5 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. One of the biggest ‘pros’ is that H2 live streams its programs as they air. H2 also has a video collection so viewers can watch shows on demand, earning it further points. More about our rating method.

H2 is owned by A+E Networks. It is a member of the History network.

See how H2 stacks up against other documentary channels in the US.

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October 19th, 10:32 am

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Black Monday: 30 Years Later

 

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And thanks to our president Donald Trump it is breaking record growth every day !! My 401k is loving it.thank you mr president!!

I remember I was in high school when this happened. The computer teacher already said she knew it was computer trading that caused it. The computers were selling but were not buying when the prices were low. My teacher made a killing buying cheap stock, she was telling everyone to BUY BUY BUY this is your chance. She retired a few years later and lot of her wealth was because of this crash.

Being a old guy I have been through two of the crashes and have come out ahead . The key is if you don’t have to draw money out when it’s low and have the time to ride it out ! even the crash of the 30s the market came back in six years. Taking money out when it drops is a real loss . If you will be needing to start drawing from it in the next six years you need to start moving to more safe areas. JMHO

Greatest time ever to buy is in a bear market. But wondering if the folks putting up this post might be trying to spook the folks into selling off to make President Trump look bad with all the gains that have been made since he became President ? Noticed the same kind of articles starting to appear across many left leaning financial outlets....Sad if that's their motivation !!! .

November 2016- the biggest gain in stock market history

Yet wages are stagnet, housing market is off, inflation is a mystery as of now, and apparently the only way to keep the stocks up is passing tax breaks for the 1%. 😒

This event has affected my life. Our investments were devastated. We never had time to recover because of health concerns.

I was in junior high school 6th grade wheh i heard about it. Didn't fathom what it meant but on tv I saw a bunch of old men holding their heard looking upset and distraught

Hey how about you guys at the history channel... I don't know do a show on it it would be interesting and historically relevant unlike like Ice Road Truckers Ancient Aliens, Ancient Aliens decoded, and Nostradamus predictions. I know it's not going to happen but it would be much appreciated if you did

Dark day, remember it clearly. My husband and I just sat watching wall street week on PBS in disbelief. Prayers answered things did get better but really scary time in our life.

A car valued at 3000 now it's 30,000 a house was 30,000 now 300,000 The market value never bounced back they just transfers the loss to everybody

We've had two pretty bad ones since, 1980 and 2007 ... not as bad as the Great Depression, but bad enough to have ruined countless lives and caused innumerable suicides.

The next morning, I went in and bought 100 shares of stock in a certain company. I made out like a bandit once I waited about 18 months and cashed it in.

My 94 year old aunt's stock broker just took her dwindling funds out of the market last week, not wanting to risk a sudden downturn......

Yeah, the next one is due thanks to the republicans policies of more to the 1%, deregulation of wall street and not enforcing regulations we have.

A purely greed driven Ponzi scam! A manipulation of wealth based on people thinking they will get something for nothing !

Scott I don’t remember this but I know scott would remember At least we moved in blue gum The most beautiful house I ever Lived in. Thank you

So.. if someone is losing money, that means someone is making money, right? So who got their hands on part of that trillion dollars?!

the biggest crash was 1929 and it effected the world..there were millions of people living in tent homes even in central park in new york city asking to share one slice of bread to give them something to eat...so 1987 was bad but it clearly was not the worst....it didnt send millions out onto the street in a panic..1929 did

Same thing happened in late 09 when Obama was president remember?;oh yea the media refuses to cover things like that.

It also quickly recovered. It was the buying opportunity of a lifetime.

Artifical crash. Total theft. Just like 9/11. They stole 8.5 trillion in one day. Light go out... House Wins.

careful that bubble is getting big

It will happen again if the Democrats take over.

A black Monday means Bargain priced Tuesday.

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October 18th, 5:05 pm

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Everyone mourns in their own way... ... See MoreSee Less

Post-mortem Photographs

 

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I had a baby boy that died 3 days after birth. It was customary in 1970 to take a picture of newborns as mementos for the family. They did not take a portrait of my son because they believed it would bring me bad memories after he died. Oh, how I wish I had a picture of him...

I don't see them as "ghoulish" even now. I understand if it's not someone's preference but I wish this were more acceptable today. History & posterity should include everything, even death.

My daughter died when I was 37 weeks pregnant. I have pictures of her and I’m glad I do. They are the only ones I have of her. I would think that’s why people back then had pictures done-it was the only way to have the pictures of them and a complete family picture. You don’t know what you’d do until that is the only memory you have of them.

Ya know what's creepy people who are afraid of death. People videotape murders and rapes on their smartphones that is creepy.

It seems creepy and gross to us, but back then death was so prevalent due to the lack of antibiotics, and limited medical knowledge. Death touched every family, especially the young infants and children. Since "most" people never had a living photo taken, I can understand why they would do this to remember their loved ones. Very sad indeed.

The cost of photographs back than was too high for most people to afford for everyday events. Sometimes photographs of deceased family members was the only photos families had. Some funeral directers offered discounted photographs as part of their services

I don't think it's creepy. It's sweet. Nowadays, we embalm our loved ones and look at them for days to say goodbye. We already have recent photos to remember them by. People still take photos of stillborn babies because it is the only photo they will have.

this just made me cry. i cant even imagine having a photo taken of my deceased son at his funeral. Thats a photo id never ever want to look back on....the image is already burned in my brain for a lifetime.

I have pics of my dad in his casket... Nothing wrong with it.. And that was only 22 yrs ago. My mom I couldn't 😥 she had to have a closed casket.. It felt natural to take those photos of my dad. There is nothing wrong with death, Its as natural as birth .

A remider that tragedy is always tragic even removed by time. I initially watched without the music and find the music offensive and disrespectful. This is not somethinh to gawk at during halloween this is glimpse into psin and loss

I have recently seen this practice re-emerging when a baby dies at birth or early in infancy the parents have hired professional photographers to take photo's of the child.,, it's heartbreaking but it's also beautiful that the parents want to memorialize their baby.

It was because photography was NOT commonplace or affordable for most people that these pictures were made. Families may have never had the opportunity to photograph their loved ones while they were alive, so this was their only chance to preserve their likeness.

IMHO not creepy at all. Our ancestors didn't have the technology we have today. Think if your parent died when you were still an infant, chances are that would have been the only rememberance of them. It makes me want to take more pictures of my Mom!!!

My mom asked an elderly aunt for pictures of people. The aunt said yes yeah I have a bunch I can give you! Gives my mom a photo album of dead relatives. Literally polaroids of them in coffins. Lol. Pretty sure my mom still has them😊

I don't find it creepy at all; however, that is my personal opinion. Everyone handles loss and grief differently so we must respect each individual's manner in which they do so even if same includes photography of the deceased. It is their personal choice of either remembering and/or finding some sort of closure and comfort. My grandmother passed away in November 2016, two days before Thanksgiving and unfortunately I couldn't afford to travel nor did my health conditions allow for my being able to attend her funeral in Puerto Rico so I had my sister take pictures of our grandma in her casket. Although they were and still are quite difficult to look at I am truly grateful to my sister for having taken them for me to have. My grandmother looked so beautiful and finally at peace and with no more pain after living in constant and excruciating pain for so many years of her life.

I don't think they're ghoulish. It is a way for future generations to see past relatives. It helps to put a face with a name. We have pictures of family members in their coffins as recent as the 1980's.

As a parent, I'm blessed to have an angel in heaven, my precious son. I also had pictures taken of him during his funeral. I wanted to capture any memory of him since it was so painful to let him go or to comprehend that I would never see him again. To this day I once in a while see them which gives me peace that he is in a better place with God. Everyone has the right to mourn in what ever way that would help with the loss of a loved one.

it was very expensive back then to have photos made. often the only ones they had were made at the loved ones death. The last pictures I have of my husband were taken at the funeral home.

Plus, in the 19th century, it was fashionable to have jewelry made in part of the hair of the deceased love one. Some of that jewelry is now very valuable.

Death use to be considered a natural part of life, not ghoulish or creepy. Yes people mourned the loss but didn’t treat it as we do today. Maybe growing up on a farm with grandparents born near end of 1800s I have a strange concept of death in today’s terms. It’s not to be feared, it’s not creepy, not ghoulish, it’s part of life.

I can take pics of living relatives at a funeral all day long. That's when a lot of families have mini reunions. but pics of the deceased? I can't do that. To me its creepy. I know there are people who would do it. and for those who do, more power to you. It doesn't feel right to me.

My family still takes pictures of loved ones at their funerals. They always have. Its just one last way to honor them.

I won't do it. I would rather remember my family members when they're alive than dead. Their memories are more alive in my head every time I think about them and to me, they just went away somewhere and can't come back right away. Every time I look at the dead body, I don't see the person anymore.

It was their way of saying telling us that this child (mostly) was a valued member of our family. It is still done today by a very special group of angels if a baby is stillborn or dies shortly after birth.

I've been to many funerals. When you see the corps, it is very apparent they are dead (no soul, spirit). I prefer to remember their spirit and soul. It is definetly a personal decision

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