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March 10, 2016
Today's show is characterized by exploring and explaining. We're looking at new, scientific weapons in the war against mosquitoes, and we're breaking down what exactly happens in a total solar eclipse. Afterward, we're reporting on the threat facing drivers when floodwaters rise, and we're giving you a bird's-eye view of some Japanese ghost towns that were frozen in time after an earthquake and tsunami. Finally, a pair of triathletes embody a friendly sibling rivalry.
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