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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.
We've found the most power hungry clip makers on the web. Brace for destruction as they harness lightning, fire and ice to blow the lid off the internet.
Turning the spotlight on those internet legends who have done something incredible or are just incredibly lucky. From the fails and flops that make science the hardest master to the unlikely successes that make you wonder if they meant to do it all along.
We're counting down the most amazing inventions on the web. From a real lightsaber to helmets that give an animal view and a kettle powered by thermite. Our makers build the previously un-buildable!
In this fully-charged episode, we're plugging into the most powerful clips on the web. In this epic power trip, we'll see a mind-control helmet, a 2000-Watt laser bazooka, and one explosive lunch.
Prepare to follow in the wake of the some of the internet's most ingenious trend setters. We've got never-before-done barrel rolls, dizzying experiments in space, and a bungee jump like no other. We're going to the cutting edge -- and beyond.
We celebrate the scientific world in our own backyards with some of the wildest homemade Internet videos. Meet the suburban scientists who bathe in Silly Putty and the daredevils who build flying bikes, and find out the truth behind backyard UFOs.
Problem-solve with some of the best inventors on the web. We watch as these ambitious creators test a kit to fend off sharks, skydive without parachutes, and build DIY scuba gear.
We're turning the spotlight on both fearless and foolish internet legends. We'll see heart stopping trick shots, extreme mountain unicyclers, and a relaxing hot bath of chilli sauce. These epic skills and fails prove science is one tough Task Master.
We're showcasing the most inventive people on the web. People who've taken a simple idea and turned it up to 11! We'll learn how to get a tattoo from a machine, build an engine from paper, and ride on a giant homemade swing.
How to cook breat with a volcano, build underwater hotel rooms and go eyeball-to-eyeball with great whites
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