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  • #sciencetv So on almost live bill bye powered this well i don’t know what it was with potatoes and it looked really wierd cause you could see the electricity…

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    I watched Mythbusters in my woodshop/project lead the way class. Whenever we have a substitute teacher we watch mythbusters and have to take notes on one of the experiment they did. Im writing about the epiode where they did mutiple experiments on if you could open a car door when it has sunk up to multipe points in a pool/body of…[Read more]

  • alesha posted an update 4 years, 11 months ago

    I watched Bill Nye the science guy. And the epsiode was about skin. It was very interesting and learned new things. Like skin is the largest organ in your body.. Crazy!

  • #sciencetv I went on Youtube and watched a Mythbusters link. They were trying to prove if elephants are scared of mice. To do this they traveled to Africa. They come up with a way to bring the mouse close to the elephant, and to their surprise, the elephant clearly backs away. They do the experiment again, and get the same result. The…[Read more]

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    I watched an episode of Mythbusters on Netflix. The myth was that you can catch a bullet in between your teeth. They did some test with a pigs head and a mechanical jaw and found out that it is false.

  • sydney posted an update 5 years ago

    I went onto youtube and watched an episode of Mythbusters and Bill Nye!
    Myth: Any sonic boom can break any glass

    For the sonic boom, they first gathered a whole bunch of glass cups and placed them in two rows a couple inches from each other. Then they fired a super sonic bullet between the lines, and…..nothing. Not even a…[Read more]

  • lilberrygirl posted an update 5 years ago

    I watched an episode of Bill Nye the Science Guy about earthquakes. One of the experiments they did was to cut a shoe box in half, put the sides back together (like it was before you cut it, only overlapped), and fill it with sand. Now you can either pull them apart (not all the way!) or push them together and simulate how the earth…[Read more]

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    I watched Mythbusters. Their main myth was if you could really drop a penny from the Empire State building and kill someone. First they had to determine the terminal velocity of a penny. Then they shot it at concrete and asphalt, it did leave a slight imprint, but it didn’t become imbedded into it. Then they reconstructed a head, to…[Read more]

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    I watched an episode of mythbusters on youtube! It was about what duct tape can do. We kno duct tape is the world’s strongest tape, but did you know that you can hold a full grown man upside down on a piece of cardboard, make a cannon of fully duct tape, lift a 5000 lb car, make a sailboat and so much more with duct tape!? Just plain…[Read more]

  • kiria13 posted an update 5 years ago

    I watched the Mythbusters episode where they tried to bust if you can walk on water. It was busted. You can technically walk on a water like substance made from water and cornstarch.

  • inuyasha4ever posted an update 5 years ago

    Is yawning contagious?
    They brought in people without knowing that their being tested on how many times they yawn. Only one person yawned in that test.
    They tested 50 people and came to the conclusion that yawning is contagious with no stimulus 25% of the time and with stimulus 29% of the time.

    Is a toy car faster than a…[Read more]

  • #scienceTV Today, I had the pleasure to sit down and watch all three parts to Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking. I was excited to find a nice Discovery documentary about the universe because I’m a nut for anything to do with astronomical science. ^_^ Not only was each part informative, intriguing, and insanely interesting, but the narrator…[Read more]

  • zeilleen posted an update 5 years ago

    I watched an old NOVA on animal intelligence. It was amazing! Some of the dolphins could even do multiplication. I’m starting to suspect that these animals are controlling us (a la Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.)

  • dcline posted an update 5 years ago

    I watched Bill Nye at school, and he was talking about cells. He said that humans are made up of cells, and he talked about cell division, and how it works.

  • #sciencetv I watched Mythbusters in my living room and they were testing (in reality) if running in the rain or walking would get you less wet for 100m. For walking you only get your head and shoulders wet but you stay in the rain longer and for running you get out of the rain faster but your entire front side would get wet. Their tests proved…[Read more]

  • shalomr posted an update 5 years, 1 month ago

    Watched a #BillNye episode about fluids with my 6 year-old sister. I forgot how much I love this show. :) I’m going to see more.
    There were a couple expiraments showing how hot fluids rise; my favorite was using a hair dryer to fill a bag with warm air so it floats–gotta try that. There were also expiraments showing how fluids flow,…[Read more]

  • grandmasterjami posted a new activity comment 5 years, 1 month ago

    In reply to: aitsanna posted an update on myth busters the episode i watched was about if methane gas could create an explosion and sadly it did not work the first time but when they let it sit for longer and enclosed it it […] View

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    I watched an episode of Mythbusters. They tested to see if a youtube video was real. The video showed a man wrapped in bubble wrap then hurl himself off a building. He came out totally unharmed. Adam had to wrap himself in twice or three times more wrap then than the guy had to. Adam also jumped off a 15ft building, the other guy…[Read more]

  • jumper339 posted an update 5 years, 1 month ago

    I watched an episode of Bill Nye the science guy on Youtube at my house. The episode was about computers and how they work. I learned that computers have billions of switches. The experiment was to get a whole bunch of colored 3 by 5 cards and then put them randomly into a small file folder. Then, the person took a clip and pulled…[Read more]

  • aparsw posted an update 5 years, 1 month ago

    #sciencetv I watched bill nye. He talked about density and how it affects matter. He experimented with nitrogen, ice cubes and water. He also used liquid nitrogen. He used a jug to pour gas into a bottle on a set of scales. When he poured the gas in the bottle, one side of the scale slowly went down. It was cool because it showed how even though…[Read more]

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