Is a zombie apocalypse simply a concept of fiction or could an infectious disease really turn humanity into a race of vicious, seething monsters? National Geographic examines one all-too-real scenarioa pandemic caused by a mutated rabies virus. Experts from the fields of medicine, biology and the social sciences explain what could happen if humanity faced a deadly contagion for which there was no cureand the truth will shock you.
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National Geographic goes inside the cannabis industry with
Lisa Ling. Reporting from secret farms and not-so-secret grow houses of marijuana cultivators, Lisa travels into a world where marijuana is not just a drug but a way of life. Learn what’s ...
Imagine: Earth is directly hit by a primordial
black holeand survives. But the strike is so immense that it generates a colossal shockwave, disturbing the magma beneath every existing volcanic system. An expert team of physicists and space scientists suggest ...
National Geographic takes a scientifically grounded look at
the destructive power of the most important element in human survival: water. Exploring the terrifying consequences that flash floods and rising sea levels could have on global populations, experts explain how a ...