Mythbusters: Wood Pulp Strength
Is frozen wood pulp and water, a mix called Pykrete, strong enough to build a boat? Mythbusters Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman test this World War II myth.
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Time Warp: Gumballs in Blender
Check out this clip for a close-up look at a gumballs in a blender -- you'll notice more detail than ever before in this slow-motion footage from Discovery Channel's "Time Warp" series.
Time Warp: Double Bubble
A bubble break is instantaneous to the naked eye, but at several thousand frames a second, it is something completely different. Check out this clip from Discovery's "Time Warp" series to learn more.
Time Warp: Tape-Measure Smoothie
Will It Blend takes on a tape measure for our Time Warp cameras. Check out this clip from Discovery's "Time Warp" series to learn more.
Time Warp: Hummingbird Hover
Hummingbirds usually move too fast to watch closely, but thanks to this clip from Discovery Channel's "Time Warp" series you can watch a hummingbird feed in slow-motion.
Time Warp: Lighting Match
Check out this clip for a close-up look at a match lighting in slow-motion, courtesy of Discovery Channel's "Time Warp" series.
Assignment Discovery: Material Science
A material scientist is a scientist who studies the properties of a material to find out how it works. Meet one on Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."
Time Warp: BB Bubble Burst
Take a look at this clip from Discovery Channel's "Time Warp" series to see a BB pierce a bubble in slow-motion. Be sure to check out the rest of the series for more amazing slow-motion clips.
MythBusters: Silencing a Lamb Part 1
Can a sharpened blade actually sever a human head? The MythBusters try to find out using a dead lamb and a sharp sword. Warning: extremely graphic video!
How It's Made: Perfect Book Binding
In traditional book binding, pages and covers are sewn together; whereas in perfect binding, the same components are glued together. Learn more about perfect binding on The Science Channel's "How It's Made."
What the Ancients Knew: Indian Metal craft
See how blacksmiths in India still carry on the traditional methods from ancient times for creating sickles and swords. Learn more with host Jack Turner on The Science Channel's "What the Ancients Knew."
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