HowStuffWorks Show: Episode 2: Turkey Feather Uses
The turkey industry serves up about 2-4 billion pounds of turkey feather byproduct every year. Learn some of the new uses for this protein rich material on Discovery Channel's "HowStuffWorks" show.
HowStuffWorks Show: Episode 5: Steps in Making Beer
The process of making beer is a complicated one, which begins with the malting of its key ingredient, barley. Watch as we break down the beer making process step by step on the Discovery Channel's "HowStuffWorks" show.
HowStuffWorks Show: Episode 6: Recycling Aluminum
Aluminum is one of the most recyclable materials in the world. Roughly two-thirds of the aluminum that's ever been made is still in existence. Learn about the process of recycling aluminum in this clip from Discovery Channel's "HowStuffWorks" show.
HowStuffWorks Show: Lead Acid Batteries
The most important use of lead today is in lead acid batteries. Learn why lead is metal of choice in batteries on Discovery Channel's "HowStuffWorks" show.
HowStuffWorks Show: Episode 9: Deadly Salt Water
Did you know that 97% of the water on Earth is undrinkable salt water? Not only is salt water undrinkable, drinking it can be fatal. Learn more about salt water on Discovery Channel's "HowStuffWorks" show.
Recent Videos in TV Shows
Kate Plus Eight: Chores
The kids energetically help Kate around the house by completing chores on their chore chart.
Whale Wars: Tour of the Ady Gil
Take a tour of the Ady Gil. Captain Pete Bethune showcases all the little things you need to know about the Sea Shepherds' fastest ship.
Whale Wars: Delta Crane Breaks
The Steve Irwin crew races to get the Delta into the water to fend off the Shonan Maru, but the crane breaks down! Without the crane they have no hope of using the small boats in battle. [Deleted Scene]
Whale Wars: Fixing the Delta Crane
The Sea Shepherds work around the clock to fix the broken crane. When it is time to test the crane, everyone braces for what could be the most important moment of the mission so far. [Deleted Scene]