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Smithsonian Channel | A Knowledge & Learning Channel

Smithsonian Channel is a TV broadcaster located in Washington, WA. It’s a knowledge channel that airs programming inspired by the Smithsonian Institution’s museums, research facilities and magazines. This station airs original non-fiction programs on a wide range of historical, scientific and cultural subjects. You can watch the channel online via its video-on-demand collection, updated regularly. See our Smithsonian Channel review below, done with an emphasis on its streaming.

Name: Smithsonian Channel
Location: Washington, Washington, United States
Genre: Entertainment > Knowledge & Documentary
Website: Smithsonian Channel Homepage

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Review of Smithsonian Channel

Review of Smithsonian Channel
8.5

Streaming

  • Video On Demand

Smithsonian Channel’s rating of 8.5 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. One of the biggest ‘pros’ is the channel’s video collection, giving viewers access to watch on demand. However, there’s no Smithsonian Channel live stream available, losing the channel some points. More about our rating method.

Smithsonian Channel is owned by Smithsonian Institution. It is a member of the Smithsonian network.

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Without these floating fortresses, the U.S. military would be all wet. A Mighty Ships mini-marathon is on duty tomorrow at 3. ... See MoreSee Less

Without these floating fortresses, the U.S. military would be all wet. A Mighty Ships mini-marathon is on duty tomorrow at 3.

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With Opening Day around the corner, we’re wondering: will another Lou Gehrig ever grace the major leagues? What up-and-comers do you think show the stamina and promise of the Iron Horse? Watch the full episode of Major League Legends devoted to Gehrig, online now: bitly.com/GehrigLegend ... See MoreSee Less

With Opening Day around the corner, we’re wondering: will another Lou Gehrig ever grace the major leagues? What up-and-comers do you think show the stamina and promise of the Iron Horse? Watch the full episode of Major League Legends devoted to Gehrig, online now: http://bitly.com/GehrigLegend

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For centuries, women have been defying cultural expectations and following their passion for STEM – and making some of the world’s most important scientific contributions along the way. Honor our science heroines with this playlist: bit.ly/2mA1yjx ... See MoreSee Less

For centuries, women have been defying cultural expectations and following their passion for STEM – and making some of the world’s most important scientific contributions along the way. Honor our science heroines with this playlist: http://bit.ly/2mA1yjx

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On another topic... MIGHTY SHIPS.... I find those shows jaw dropping... Have you ever done a show about the actual "making" of a Mighty Ship?

very often young women with little aptitude are steered into STEM

Margaret Schlereth Arnold

12 hours ago

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The Surprising Culprit Threatening Yellowstone’s Grizzly Bears
Unlike past extinction events, the next great die-off could come not with a bang but a slow decline: Scientists estimate that by 2050, as many as 50% of the world’s species could be endangered. Mass Extinction: Life at the Brink reveals how it’s already happening today at 4: bitly.com/ExtinctionBrink
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In the 70s they told us 'the next ice age is right around the corner.' In the 80s it was 'the ozone layer' that was going to vaporize us. In the 90s Ted Danson and others told us that 'all the oceans would be devoid of fish and the seas would rise in 29 years.' Then in the mid 2000s, Al Gore and his ilk, hyped up 'Global Warming.' Telling us, again, that the seas would rise and the coast line would change...well, have lived on 'the water' for 20 years and the tides haven't changed. If meteorologist can't predict (accurately) the weather for next week, I'm not buying there predictions for the next decade(s). And in addition... Some of us know what this is really about. It's about the socialists trying to make a Money and Power grab, to line their own pockets, and control the rest of us. Live your lives. Don't worry about these predictions. 2050 will come and go and as long as the earth isn't hit by an asteroid, we'll still be here.

You guys are always about scary titles and exaggeration. How about the die off of our national forests for lack of management and mega wildfires? Denver CO watershed is dying. An example of what's happening across the western US.

I will be 98 in 2050. I grieve for my grandchildren and all children. Immeasurably sad.

sad...that the world is dying. 2050 bad but what about 2100 and beyond?

I've seen the trees destroyed by the tiny pine beetle in Montana. Very sad. I believe these dead trees are also more hazardous to fire.

This geologist believes that all mass extinction events happen over a period of thousands of years, if not longer.

When the animals are gone, people will be gone too....

I wish the Smithsonian Channel spent more time on these issues and less time glorifying the military industrial complex.

Watching now.

Well that is depressing.

You can thank poachers for that.

Annie Madsen :( my babies !!!!

" SCARY "!! 😢

Evolution at work.

I'll be watching

"could be" is a big disclaimer.

Green Evolution Update

Scary

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