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  • Brain Magic: The Left vs. Right Illusion show

    Brain Magic: The Left vs. Right Illusion

    Illusionist Eric Leclerc demonstrates his simple yet convincing disappearing coin trick to two passersby.

    (02:25)
  • Bulletproof Balloons show

    Bulletproof Balloons

    Tim Shaw does an experiment to see if balloons filled with water can stop a bullet.

    (03:26)
  • The Arctic Harp Seals show

    The Arctic Harp Seals

    The Arctic ice blankets an area twice the size of Australia. Animals have adapted to live above and below its fickle surface....

    (03:02)
  • How Like A Human Eye show

    How Like A Human Eye

    As the T. rex Autopsy team dissect the dinosaur's eye, they discover many similarities to the human eye.

    (02:59)
  • The Secret Forest Amur Tigers show

    The Secret Forest Amur Tigers

    Among the most critically endangered animals in the world - It’s thought about four hundred Amur Tigers remain in the wild....

    (03:10)
  • A Hurricane is Born show

    A Hurricane is Born

    Look down on Earth as a hurricane begins to develop in the Gulf Coast.

    (03:07)
  • All-Terrain Robot show

    All-Terrain Robot

    Take a closer look at LS-3 - a robot designed to safely maneuver through rough terrain with little concern for weight.

    (02:42)
  • A Tail of Two T. rexes show

    A Tail of Two T. rexes

    When a T. rex loses its tail in a battle with another T. rex, will it be able to adapt and survive?

    (02:56)
  • Seeing With Your Brain show

    Seeing With Your Brain

    A now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t experiment demonstrates how the brain plays tricks.

    (01:39)
  • The Burj Dubai show

    The Burj Dubai

    The tallest man-made structure on earth, a city in the sky, is the pinnacle of skyscraper engineering.

    (01:57)
  • The Treadmill show

    The Treadmill

    Who says treadmills are only for exercise when you can use them in so many creative ways?

    (01:54)
  • Dog Special show

    Dog Special

    Dog Special from the Science of Stupid with Richard Hammond.

    (00:30)
  • Cat Special show

    Cat Special

    Cat Special

    (00:30)
  • Widest Tornado On Record show

    Widest Tornado On Record

    In the spring of 2013, several storm chasers were tragically killed by the widest tornado on record.

    (02:02)
  • The Amur Leopard show

    The Amur Leopard

    Few people have ever seen one – or ever will. The Amur leopard. About 30 remain in the wild, making it the most critically...

    (00:52)
  • The Arrow Can Shoot The Archer show

    The Arrow Can Shoot The Archer

    If the mechanics of shooting an arrow are ignored a bow can go from thing of wonder to one of pain.

    (02:56)
  • The Myths of Area 51 show

    The Myths of Area 51

    Even the locals of Rachel, Nevada think Area 51 blurs the line between fact and fiction.

    (03:33)
  • Stephen Hawking's Machine of Life show

    Stephen Hawking's Machine of Life

    Stephen Hawking uses a Rube Goldberg machine to demonstrate a principle about life as we know it.

    (02:59)
  • The Backflip show

    The Backflip

    Backflips don't really need to adhere to the laws of gravity, right?

    (02:33)