How will people practice religion in space?
Leaving the planet doesn't mean leaving spirituality behind. From lunar communions to research on Ramadan in space, it seems that religion will travel with mankind into the stars. But how? Tune in as Robert explores the space-bound future of religion.
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."
How to tie knots
HowStuffWorks's invisible man shows you how to tie different kinds of knots.
What is the future of video games?
Video games have made some extraordinary leaps in the past few years, but what does the future hold for gamers? Join Jonathan as he explores the possible future of video games.
Massive Engines: Rise of the Graf Zeppelin
In this clip from Discovery Channel's "Massive Engines," Chris Barrie examines the vulnerabilty of the zeppelin as a military weapon during WWI and the subsequent development of the zeppelin as a passenger airship.
Extreme Engineering: Beginning Boston Big Dig
In 1991, construction of the Big Dig in Boston began. 900,000 cubic feet of dirt had to be removed to make way for this incredible tunnel. Learn more on "Extreme Engineering" on Discovery Channel.
Mythbusters: Men vs Women
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage reveal which gender can withstand pain better. Will women live up to their rep?
Build It Bigger: Vegas Animation 3
Electrical and data cables are covered by easy-to-move steel floor panels that make the system accessible no matter what the configuration of tables, slot machines, etc., at the Palazzo casino. See this animation from "Build It Bigger."
Build It Bigger: Building the Veer
Las Vegas is known for making first impressions and City Center goes against the grain, but the Veer project manages to break the mold! Building on an incline is not going to be a "simple" project. Watch this video from "Build It Bigger."
Extreme Engineering: Cleaning Concrete Pipe
While building the Space Tower skyscraper in Madrid, the concrete has been flowing. Now it's time to clean the pipes. Watch how, in this clip from Discovery Channel's "Extreme Engineering."
Towing the Space Shuttle
How can a Toyota Tundra with a 10,000-pound towing capacity pull a 300,000 pound space shuttle? Scott Benjamin of CarStuff delves into the physics at play during the space shuttle's final journey to the California Science Center in Los Angeles.
Sons of Guns: Jesse James Lets Loose
After Will Hayden receives a surprise visit from Jesse James, he gives him a chance to shoot many guns from the Red Jacket collection in the range.
Sons of Guns: Master Welder
The Red Jacket crew works on building an aluminum Browning automatic rifle for Jesse James. During the build, Jesse James gives Flem a quick lesson in welding.
Sons of Guns: First Submachine Gun
A rare gun collector brings in a German Schmeisser MP 28, a variation of the first infantry submachine introduced at the end of World War I.
What is the future of marijuana in the United States?
By 2011, marijuana had become legal or decriminalized in 15 states. But will it ever become legal? Join Cristen Conger of Stuff Mom Never Told You as she explains the controversy surrounding marijuana, and how this may (or may not) change in the future.
MythBusters: Square Wheels Aftershow
In the Square Wheels Aftershow, Adam and Jamie discuss the worth of square wheels, the difficulty they faced with steering and a square-wheeled motorcycle.
MythBusters: Bird Balance
Kari, Grant and Tory answer fan questions in the aftershow for the Bird Balance and Fireworks Man myths, including their thoughts on destroying a limo and strange bird calls.
MythBusters: Revenge Of The Myths
Adam and Jamie respond to fan questions related to the water heater cannon and excavator myths, including how what they'd do differently and what they will test next.
MythBusters: Ballistics Barrel
In this episode of the Mythbusters Aftershow, Kari, Grant an Tory talk about the Ballistics Barrel myth, reminding fans that failure is always an option.
MythBusters: Serious Steel
The sparks fly -- and the forklifts groan -- as Tory, Kari and Grant connect two cars in preparation for the tandem-driving myth seen in the movie Date Night.