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  • Siberia Lake Baikal show

    Siberia Lake Baikal

    This is Lake Baikal. This record breaking lake holds twenty percent of the Earth’s fresh water – as much as all five of...

    (03:14)
  • Food For Thought show

    Food For Thought

    Discover that what goes into your stomach has less to do with your mouth and more to do with your brain.

    (02:02)
  • 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 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)
  • Largest Wing Span show

    Largest Wing Span

    The pterosaur used a giant tendon to catapult itself into the air to fly.

    (02:38)
  • You Are Playing With Fire show

    You Are Playing With Fire

    If playing with fire you better understand the science that governs it and avoid these mistakes.

    (02:45)
  • Burning Money show

    Burning Money

    Tim asks the question: Will a bill soaked in alcohol and water burn?

    (01:49)
  • Apocalypse Sub show

    Apocalypse Sub

    A look at the US Navy's biggest submarine, the USS Pennslyvania.

    (01:51)
  • 1970s diver show

    1970s diver

    The blue holes formed 300,000 years ago, what has been preserved?

    (03:05)
  • The Treadmill show

    The Treadmill

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

    (01:54)
  • Bulletproof Balloons show

    Bulletproof Balloons

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

    (03:26)
  • 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)
  • Dog Special show

    Dog Special

    Dog Special from the Science of Stupid with Richard Hammond.

    (00:30)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Cat Special show

    Cat Special

    Cat Special

    (00:30)
  • 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)
  • 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 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)
  • Bulletproof Desserts show

    Bulletproof Desserts

    Tim Shaw does a science experiment to see which desserts can stop a bullet from breaking the glass.

    (03:52)