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Street Science focuses on unique experiments involving chemistry, fire and explosions, among others, caught in slow-motion footage. It features "science guy' and storyteller Kevin Delaney as he leaves his lab behind and hits the streets to conduct "larger-than-life demos" combining "scientific method with curiosity and plain old-fashioned ingenuity". The experiments will include creating a man-made fire tornado, turning leaf blowers into homemade hovercrafts, impressing a crowd by making an instant nitrogen cloud and visiting a salon to share a surprising use for its hydrogen peroxide.Delaney's sidekick Darren Dyk will capture all that action with slow-motion video and other camera techniques giving insights into the science we normally couldn't see.
Kevin and his team of experts reveal the secrets of human cannonballs. Later, he uses fire and ice to collapse a giant steel drum and sets a $20 bill on fire without burning it.
Kevin and his team of experts face off in a fireball launcher showdown to test the dangerous and awesome properties of fire. They also show how to make fireworks with ordinary candy and light up the night with everyday ingredients.
Kevin and his team of experts build a supersized mousetrap capable of destroying everything in its path. They'll also investigate whether the monster mousetrap can generate enough energy to power a car.
Kevin and his team of experts create homemade lightning bolts and build replica lightsabers using a giant Tesla coil. Then, they use everyday items to make a big explosion.
Kevin and his team of experts use the incredible power of magnetic forces to crush objects and perform amazing feats of levitation.
Kevin and his team of experts reveal the magic of one of the strongest glues on earth. They find out if just a few drops can keep a bungee jumper safe, and if it can lift thousands of pounds.
Kevin Delaney and his team of experts build a flaming sword and use it to destroy everything in its path.
Kevin and his team of experts use the hottest man-made substance on earth to build a fire that can't be stopped. They'll put this strange material to the test to see if it can really burn through anything, including armor-grade steel.
Kevin and his team of experts investigate the explosive power of gasoline. Using cutting-edge science experiments, they find if a tank of gas really explodes like it does in the movies and what it takes to make a Hollywood-style fireball.
Kevin and team take on the ultimate fire challenge. Using cutting-edge science experiments, they investigate how a person can eat fire, walk on fire, and be set on fire. They'll also show how everyday ingredients can make an explosive boom.
Kevin and his team of experts try to build the world's largest and most powerful water gun and test it to see if the mega weapon has the muscle to shoot through concrete.
Kevin and his team of experts investigate how a basic backyard grill can make a huge explosion. Using cutting-edge science experiments, they test which gases make the biggest inferno.
Kevin and his team of experts use cutting-edge experiments to investigate the hidden dangers of a car crash, and if everyday objects can stop an arrow fired from a high-powered crossbow.
Kevin and his team of experts test the laws of gravity in a series of wild, Galileo-inspired experiments.
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