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The internet is ridden with clips of people doing crazy, hilarious and downright amazing things and on Outrageous Acts of Science, we highlight the cream of the crop. From human powered flying machines in Canada, space explorers in the UK, backwards talking girls in the US and the New Zealander that built a robot rock band the show counts down a definitive top 20 clips of people doing the extraordinary in each episode. With episodes dedicated to homemade inventions, human guinea pigs, nature obsessed thrillers and pure danger junkies the team of scientists deconstruct and explain how each action in the clip worked, how risky it was and above all exactly why it shouldn't be tried at home.
The Web's most unbelievable videos! Can our team of experts spot the fakes? Features underwater BASE jumping and the world's most amazing pool trick shot.
The Web's most outrageous adrenaline junkies! Features a man who pops wheelies in his car, a man duct taped to the ceiling, and extreme BASE jumping.
The Web's most ridiculous inventions! Features a car that can jump rope, a Japanese robot that never loses Rock Paper Scissors, a one-wheeled motorbike, and rocket boots straight out of science fiction.
The Web's greatest daredevils! Features a woman who lived through an avalanche, a man who can hold his breath for over 22 minutes, and a daredevil who walks between two hot air balloons thousands of feet in the air.
The Web's most impressive talents! Features a man who can drift two cars at the same time, a snake that can open doors, and the world's best 3-year-old basketball player.
The Web's craziest experiments! Features a man who can pop his eyes out, contagious yawning, and a crack team of inventors who created an inflating bike helmet.
Watch as bold daredevils try to master the basic laws of the universe. Features a man who skydives with a jetpack, levitating objects, and a solar-powered car.
The Web's most destructive! Features a homemade cannon, exploded houses, and super-powerful magnets that can crush a hand.
The Web's most epic fails! Features the surfer who endured the wipe-out from hell, the world's hardest tongue twister, and a man with a deathly fear of lobsters.
The Web's most genius backyard inventors! Features the world's most dangerous electric bike, a human-powered submarine, and a life-sized Lego car.
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