Outrageous Acts of Science Premiere

Catch the premier of Outrageous Acts of Science on Saturday, April 20th at 10p, only on Science.

Outrageous Acts of Science Premiere

Outrageous Acts of Science Premiere
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Catch the premier of Outrageous Acts of Science on Saturday, April 20th at 10p, only on Science.

Somewhat Ridiculous Hydroformed Metal Suit

Somewhat Ridiculous Hydroformed Metal Suit
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After having performed dangerous stunts before, many recommended a safety suit to this man. He chose to build it hydroformed metal. That's not the easy way.

Why You Shouldn't Cook Soda

Why You Shouldn't Cook Soda
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Witness one man’s crazy experiment to see what cola tastes like after being boiled down to a caramelized syrup.

Cutest Fail Ever (Includes Penguins)

Cutest Fail Ever (Includes Penguins)
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Why can’t these penguins step over the rope? And why can’t they just go around it?

Crazy Catalyst Experiment

Crazy Catalyst Experiment
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The King family tries an experiment with catalysts in their basement. After the results land on the ceiling they realize they may have miscalculated the measurements.

Making Art With Microbes

Making Art With Microbes
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Meet the man who has developed a process to make intricate portraits with microbes found on your skin. It’s creepy cool.

Mysterious Chemical Triple Point?

Mysterious Chemical Triple Point?
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How can a substance be a solid, liquid, and gas all at the same time? See the mysterious process scientists describe as “The Triple Point."

The World's Strongest Redneck

The World's Strongest Redneck
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Find out how the self-dubbed "World\'s Strongest Redneck" survives dropping an 8 lb. bowling ball on his head. Of course physics is involved.

Meet Julius, The Door Opening Python

Meet Julius, The Door Opening Python
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This amazing albino Burmese Tree Python has developed an interesting (and possibly terrifying) ability to open doors. You can't look away.

The Tea Twister

The Tea Twister
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Not only is it amazing to watch this professional Thai tea pouring master, it’s a great lesson in centrifugal forces battling gravity.

Pablo's Ball of Fear

Pablo's Ball of Fear
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It looks harmless, but give it a poke and it turns into the stuff of nightmares. Hate spiders? Then you\'ll want to look away as it makes a grown man scream.

Rotating Ice? Must be Fake!

Rotating Ice? Must be Fake!
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O.K. rotating ice is totally not fake. Perfectly spinning disks of ice can happen naturally in nature and our scientists explain why.

Man Holds Breath for 20 Minutes

Man Holds Breath for 20 Minutes
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Find out how someone nearly doubled the world record by holding his breath over 20 minutes.

Can a Car Really Skip Rope?

Can a Car Really Skip Rope?
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A video of a car skipping rope has the scientists buzzing about how this amazing car is modified to jump 12 ft. in the air - over and over.

Reach Out And Touch Someone!

Reach Out And Touch Someone!
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Researchers at MIT labs have created a dynamic shape display which allows users to virtually transmit motion. The video is hard to believe, but is this the future of communication?

Hanging Out With Duct-Tape

Hanging Out With Duct-Tape
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Jason is spending his Saturday night being duct-taped to the ceiling. The question is, how does the duct-tape hold his 175 lbs.? It's all about van der Waals Forces.

Flipping Jet-Ski Skills

Flipping Jet-Ski Skills
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Jet-Skis are pretty heavy. So how does world freestyle champion Daniel Martin launch his in the air and perform flips - over and over? Flipping good science that's how!

The Teeny Tiny Cannon

The Teeny Tiny Cannon
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This viral video made many scratch their heads, but is it real?

Running on Water

Running on Water
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This liquid mountaineering video went viral when it was released but, sorry, it was a hoax. We have to ask: Could running on water really be possible?

How Chemistry Creates Really Big Bubbles

How Chemistry Creates Really Big Bubbles
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Everyone loves bubbles... but you\'ve never seen them quite like this.

How Lungs Work

How Lungs Work
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This is one way to teach your kids about how lungs work: inflating cow lungs on the kitchen table.

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