On March 18, 2010 my husband, friend and I went down to the Franklin Institute for the premier of Discovery’s new show, “Life”. It was during the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) conference. The evening started off with a brief speech from the Siemens Foundation and the Environmental Protection Agency. We then sat with our popcorn and drinks and watched the first episode of “Life”. We were in awe as we watched this sequel to Planet Earth. All you heard from the audience was the oohs and ahhs as you really got to understand the animals that we share the earth with. We were able to see animals in their habitats that we wouldn’t normally see without the use of technology. After the show, we attended the reception and received a copy of episode we just watched. It was an enjoyable evening. I brought the DVD into my school and have a list of teachers already signing out Life from me. The students are so fascinated, that they are now setting up their DVR’s at home to record it every Sunday, as am I.