The Caribbean was their domain and the parade of treasure to Europe was their target. Examine the Golden Age of Piracy and the true stories of the most infamous pirates.
Is it possible there was an extraterrestrial connection to the scientific genius of famous historical figures such as Albert Einstein, Galileo, Archimedes and Aristotle?
When Mark asks Danny to build a bike in memory of eight sailors who were lost while serving with him on the USS Belknap, Danny knows he must create something special in their honor. Later, Danny finds a beautiful, rare Corvette in a driveway, and when the crew argues about getting enough horsepower for a classic Camaro, they have to call in the Count to lay down the law.
Danny impulsively buys a '69 Caddy and falls madly in love with her. Will he sell it for a big profit, or add her to his collection? Later, legendary rockers Judas Priest stop by to pick up a gift they had made for the band's newest member.
Azzkikr Customs goes for the gold at Daytona and unveils its first ever American-made bike. Confronted by the criticism that he is growing stale, Yaffe announces he's come up with a brilliant idea for a new bike and will do something unprecedented: unveil the bike on a stage amidst the spectacle of Arizona Bike Week. Kody deals with the fallout of missing the deadline for Daytona, but has one more chance to prove himself to a top customer.
In this scene, Adam shows his near-perfect sense of spatial awareness.
Drivers rush to get critical loads delivered as the storm of the century approaches. Lisa and Art face a deadly shutdown, while a feud between Darrell and Todd threatens to rip team Polar apart.
Husband and wife hunters Hal and Michelle Barber face off against a charging Kodiak bear—but their fight to survive has only just begun. Hunter Mike Redes is forced to rely solely on his guide Mike Horstman when he loses sight of a potentially wounded bear. Ex-NFL pro-turned-bear guide Eric Fischer believes in pushing himself to the limit and his hunter Marty Loring experiences the most intense hunt of his life.
Danny's friend Brian has always wanted to ride a motorcycle, but physical limitations have stood in his way—until now.
What techniques, materials and tools did ancient engineers use to build the Great Pyramids, Stonehenge and the great Abu Simbel monument in Egypt?
Check out the search for real people with the extraordinary ability to do seemingly superhuman things, including a man who claims he can partially swallow a jackhammer and then turn it on.
Marty fights back against a wolverine but it takes him on a treacherous journey. Charlie takes a big risk in uncharted wilderness, and Tom claims his place on the food chain.
Explore the technology that helps make winter sports so exciting, from ultra-modern competition venues to the latest in athletic training.
Journey to the real American South for an informative and sometimes lighthearted look at its distinctive characteristics, cultures, and influences on our country's history.
Find out how massive feats of engineering like the Hoover Dam and the Erie Canal were accomplished with tools as simple as shovels, drill bits, railroad spikes and a birdcage.
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