Planet Earth TV. What they're saying about here. TV 28


Programs about the environment are less sought out than reality TV. Meaning, reality tv providers have earned more than providers of news on our environment. Meaning, reality TV stars and its watchers will inherit the earth if we don't maniacally support good programming. That said, if you love reality tv, here's a channel that grinds on a place called Earth. There's violence and everything. You will not believe what people are saying about this place! This place really exists! Check it out!




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"NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research."
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