Gold Rush: Drill or Go Home
The Hoffman's driller makes it clear that here in the Klondike there's no alternative to drilling.
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Gold Rush: Wash Plant Death
Off his game with bad cold, Dustin Hurt accidentally drops a huge boulder on the wash plant that knocks it out of action.
Material Marvels: Shape-memory Alloys
Shape-memory alloys are used in everything from space exploration to dentistry -- but how could metal have a memory? Tune in as Dr. Ainissa G. Ramirez, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science at Yale, explains. www.seas.yale.edu
Material Marvels: Graphene
Imagine if you could power light bulbs with pencils. In this clip, Dr. Ainissa G. Ramirez, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science at Yale, describes graphene, and how it may revolutionize civilization. www.seas.yale.edu
Gold Rush: Car Crash
The crew tackles a treacherous road known for causing accidents. One of them has an accident of his own.
Gold Rush: The Dream Is Alive
After the Hoffman crew gets their new sluices up and running for a couple of hours on Day 77, the first cleanout finally shows lots of gold right where it should be.
Gold Rush: Big Boot
Christo Doyle digs in to get the real story from Dakota Fred and Parker about Fred's "Marathon Week" of mining. Plus, Fred finally reveals the true story behind his "Big Boot" nickname...
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