MythBusters: Tornado Special Aftershow
The storm chasers drop in on the MythBusters to put a couple of their storm chasing vehicles to the test.
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G Word: Magnetic Power
See how magnets are used to generate power in this video from Planet Green's "G Word" series.
Storm Chasers: Tornado Aftermath
The Storm Chasers survey the devastation wrought by the EF5 tornado that hit Greensburg, Kansas. Witness the impact of nature's fury in this video from the Discovery Channel.
Invention Nation: Thermal Acoustics
The Invention Nation Team checks out a system to transform sound waves into refrigeration. Watch this video from the Science Channel's "Invention Nation."
G Word: Gotta be the Tubercles
In their quest to increase the efficiency of wind turbines, researchers incorporate the shape of the hump backed whale's tubercles in their turbine design. Check out this clip from Planet Green's "G Word" to learn more about wind turbines.
G Word: Clean and Be Green
"G Word" hosts SuChin Pak and Daniel Sieberg demonstrate how to make a homemade green cleaner on Planet Green.
G Word: Styrofoam Recycling
Waste Sleuth, Todd Sutton gets to the bottom of Styrofoam recycling. Learn more about the process on Planet Green's "G Word."
G Word: NmG Electric Vehicle
In this Planet Green video, "G Word" correspondent Sandra Sanchez garners a lot of attention when she test drives the tiny, single passenger NmG electric vehicle.
G Word: Battery Recycling
In this clip from Planet Green's "G Word," Todd Sutton the Waste Sleuth gets a recharge from battery recycling.
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Frozen Planet filmmakers felt a moral imperative to document the polar regions before they change forever. Due to climate change, the Arctic and Antarctic are changing faster than anywhere else on the planet.
Frozen Planet: Journey to the South Pole
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Frozen Planet: Driven Mad By Penguins
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Frozen Planet: Filming Curious Killer Whales
These camera men witness something truly spectacular. While trying to attract the attention of just one killer whale, they are able to spark an interest in many different nearby orcas.
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