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No One Dies in Longyearbyen

Living on top of the world does strange things to people — just as the residents of Longyearbyen, the northernmost city on Earth. You don't want to be buried in Longyearbyen. The permafrost makes for shallow graves, and bodies sometimes come back up again. And as the Earth warms, the thawing permafrost is wreaking havoc, causing the Global Seed Vault to flood, and potentially releasing ancient pathogens into the atmosphere.

  • Creating Neon with Montreal's Neon Family

    In a converted two-story industrial building in Montreal, the Ateleir Neon Family is keeping the light alive. Gérald Collard and his company create commercial art in neon signs, with complex designs that are more than just a logo or call to eat at Joe's. And when Gérald isn't bending tubes, he's teaching — 25 years at the Espace Verre glass school.

  • The History of National Parks

    Although Yellowstone National Park was established in the late 1800s, the National Park Service wasn't officially formed until 1916 — over 100 years ago. That's a whole lot of time to cover. So to make sure you get the full story without burning several hours on a complete documentary, filmmaker Ryan Maxey pieced together a timeline, going back as far as the Big Bang, in this abridged version of the history of our National Parks.

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