Tonight’s episode of “Man Made” on Nat Geo traces crude on its journey to becoming a “Gallon of Gas,” from its origins as microscopic diatoms decomposing deep beneath the ocean, to the gigantic oil platforms, and through refineries, with graphics along the way from Crazybridge Studios. For a sneak peek of the show and the CGI, visit Nat Geo’s site.
Starting this Monday and running for three weeks is the second installment of Discovery’s “Machines of Malice.” See the Human Press, the Bee Basket, the Disembowelment Crank, and the dreaded Strappado in all their 3D glory!
Machines of Malice: Roman Machines
Monday, Sept. 14 10pm
Machines of Malice: Witches and Heretics
Monday, Sept. 21 10pm
Machines of Malice: Spanish Inquisition
Monday, Sept. 28 10pm