Nonton Weird But True! - English Science tv series on Disney+ Hotstar now. While buzzed (only drinking a few beers), Adam had a score of 121, Kari had 89, and Jamie had 105. The Build Team concluded that an exploding jar of milk. Licking the paper sample (to simulate sweat) was enough to fool the scanner. In order to test these myths, the Build Team made a trip to the Marshall Space Flight Center to use one of their specialized vacuum chambers. Kari and Grant were successfully able to hang a pane over the camera using a clamp and drop right into the room. Tests were done by connecting plants to a polygraph's, The car managed to jump 172 ft (52 m), 3 ft (0.91 m) short of the estimated span of the gorge jumped in the movie. It is somewhat widely known that stunt cars are often heavily damaged by bigger jumps and must subsequently be scrapped (see, Various movies: A lock can be broken by shooting it with, Both types of ammunition were able to disable the locks by completely obliterating them. Grant and Tory took turns playing the "dead sailor" and the panicked sailor. This is the first segment not to be assigned a "Busted", "Plausible" or "Confirmed" rating, as there was no myth to be proved or disproved. This myth also came from Entrapment and is the final act of the Bedford Palace mask heist. For the first stage, the Build Team tested whether an ancient rocket-powered arrow could travel 500 yards. The sharks seem to be interested in the panicked sailor more than the dead one, even when Grant and Tory switched roles. Based on a scene in, Adam and Jamie first tried driving while blindfolded but failed miserably. Furthermore, Adam's and Jamie's customized contraptions, designed to help distribute the paint more evenly, failed to produce any successful results or an intact room. Creating a makeshift device that can go 100 feet (30 m) into the air and attract the attention of a passing helicopter. Episode 44 – "Paper Crossbow" Original air date: January 11, 2006; Paper Crossbow. This is a list of the various myths tested on the show as well as the results of the experiments (the myth is busted, plausible, or confirmed). Even wind speeds faster than those ever recorded could not remove any of the feathers of a tethered chicken. Eventually, to produce an explosion of the movie's magnitude, 400 pounds (180 kg) of TNT was used. Grant tested this myth according to the process shown in the video, but was unable to get the iPod to charge. Adam and Jamie used various techniques before finding a technique involving copper-coated circuit boards, acetate, acid washing, and manually amplifying the lines in the fingerprint to their original quality. It was not aired in the US. The jar of milk exploded violently, though not with a large amount of force. At a speed of 40 miles per hour (64 km/h), the bike snapped the wooden pole without stopping. Archimedes was able to build a powerful steam cannon, using technology available at the time. He said that the goggles actually made it harder to get through the lasers because of their effect on his peripheral vision. The cars were a Toyota Camry and an Oldsmobile Toronado. Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara rank history's greatest inventions, heists and more in this series from the producers of "MythBusters." This was a web exclusive mini myth that Kari, Grant, and Tory tested. All tests showed that cereal has superior values of. They then used a. ...holding a bedsheet in front of oneself. Three crimes are explored in this episode. The MythBusters immediately ramped up the test to the scale of 8,000 stamps, which destroyed the scale model helicopter. When the unlocker was activated near the cell phone, the car door did not open on the other end. Finally, though the explosion successfully dislodged the safe door, none of the items inside remained intact. But when the ignited trail reached the robot, it did not follow up the falling powder and into the barrel. Adam and Jamie did the tests simply to dissect the process and determine what actually makes a so-called Diet Coke and Mentos eruption, such as the ones seen on Kari's FHM shoot and on EepyBird.com. In all rigs the steaks and explosives were placed in water to equalize the concussive force. This was the third episode where Myths from previous episodes were revisited, as well as the third episode to focus on just one experiment. ...placing glass between the intruder and the sensor. While it was not perfect, it was good enough to direct the MythBusters to their next objective. The water fire extinguisher did better than the carbon dioxide fire extinguisher, but did not manage to extinguish the flames entirely. When they put Robo dog in the water there was no behavior from the sharks that changed because of the robot, even when the urine and scent was released. Also, as Kari found, blowing too much powder can cause enough of the beam to break and set off the alarm. The MythBusters only tested according to the most powerful maelstrom ever recorded, and did not determine the minimum size needed to submerge a swimmer. The Build Team built the cannon according to the specifications shown in the video and replicated the experiment. This myth was later shown as part of the MythBusters Top 25 Moments special, aired on June 16, 2010. In this let's play series we'll be working through the various scenarios from the original game and it's expansion packs. A portion of this myth was revisited in "More Myths Reopened". The film of the astronauts moonwalking is actually film of the astronauts skipping in front of a high frame-rate camera, slowing down the picture and giving the illusion they are on the Moon. Release year: 2016. The MythBusters placed sodium in a gel capsule, placed it in a bottle full of warm water, placed the bottle against a cinder block wall, and packed it in with sand. The first was an attempt at a local coffee shop to give his order to the clerk without telling her, which failed (although the women behind him claimed to receive the message he was trying to broadcast). The slices made by the chainsaw were jagged while the ones seen in the photo were clean slices. One wore metal cleated shoes, and the other wore plastic cleated ones. Taking footage from the show, the Build Team built an ultralight plane out of, An ultralight plane can make a safe landing while gliding. Season: ... Mythbusters examines the Civil War myth that a woman was impregnated by a bullet fired through the groin of a soldier. A professional gunslinger armed with a more powerful, Adam's glider made a flight of over 34 ft (10 m) from a height of 9 ft (2.7 m), while Jamie's took a nose dive (albeit Adam used an, Although small-scale testing with model trains in a wind tunnel showed a vortex, the more dominant force when running the full size train was the air. Finally, the MythBusters resorted to using a series of thirteen super powerful permanent, A person can shoot a propane tank with a 9 mm pistol and make it explode. Both the Peacemaker and Navy revolver were only able to dent the silver dollar. To test the myth thoroughly, the Build Team obtained three different kinds of insects: cockroaches. The cell did not work with the car, and while the car did start unmodified when pure hydrogen was introduced, the hydrogen was also violently ignited soon afterwards, making it an unlikely, dangerous, and expensive alternative. They then used the electromagnet to magnetize a paper clip, put the paper clip in a cork, and floated the cork in a cup of water to create a compass. When Jamie tried it during a practice run, the method failed catastrophically, so it was not used in the actual test. Kari, Tory, and Grant tested to see if vodka... One widely circulated photo showed a systematically and neatly sliced Piper PA-44 Seminole. The team analyzed the movie scene and discovered that explosives were used to flip the bike. The fans stated that the truck mesh was the worst tailgate to use, which the MythBusters proved wrong. At both ranges, the reed only managed to go about two inches into the tree. He bent the book into a V separating the pages, tearing them one at a time. Gunpowder can be set off by a car battery by using seawater to conduct the spark. The MythBusters test various holiday myths. Kari demonstrated that even without engine power, an ultralight plane can stay in the air long enough for the pilot to safely land. (This test is only shown on the website.). To test this myth, Adam and Jamie tried different ways of ending the episode; first with a bang, and secondly with a slow burn. The heat generated from the welding tool was hot enough to cause the plastic lighter to melt and release its fuel which ignited, causing a small explosion. After extensive testing, the myth remained busted - but in return, Kari issued a challenge to Will and invited him and Red Jacket to M5. In an interview for Skeptic magazine, the myth apparently was considered too controversial by Discovery Channel, which thought testing the myth could provoke prisoners to try similar things. Adam and Jamie were tasked with the entry phase – scaling a 20-foot air duct stealthily. On the MythBusters fansite, the build team tested another short myth. However, the myth was busted since the subject of the myth was shaving cream, which does not expand very much. A clear footprint cannot be made in vacuum because there is no moisture to hold its shape. After testing various contraptions that were allegedly able to defy gravity, the MythBusters found none of them could actually achieve "anti-gravity"; the contraptions (that did levitate) generated an upward force that balanced their downward gravitation. This myth had formed part of the plot of the 2006 movie. MythBusters Official Site. Further, the mechanisms Adam used to control the vacuums often failed, which caused him to slip and fall down the vent, blowing his cover. Despite the fact that most of the myths tested in this episode were confirmed, the MythBusters warned that not all viral videos are what they appear. Secondly, the safe was not watertight and had to be sealed from the inside to completely fill it with water. The availability of other weapons that were much more effective: flaming arrows and Molotov cocktail were more reliable at setting an enemy ship ablaze, and were more effective over longer distances. Four years later, when Will Hayden of Sons of Guns watched a re-run of this episode, he was compelled to lead a Red Jacket revisit of the myth, which was shown in "Red Jacket Challenges MythBusters". Although it did work, it was far too noisy and set off the alarm during the test. MythBusters was een Amerikaans populair-wetenschappelijk programma, dat uitgezonden wordt door het commerciële televisiekanaal Discovery Channel en werd gepresenteerd door Jamie Hyneman en Adam Savage.Het commentaar werd geleverd door Robert Lee. Also, the shrapnel and shockwave from the explosion would most likely kill the falling person if the fall itself did not. Both regularly took cognitive tests (to measure mental capacity) and saliva tests (to measure stress). The MythBusters explained that this was possible because unlike cars, an airplane's means of propulsion is through its propeller or jet engine, not its wheels; a car's engine mechanically moves its wheels, which use their contact with the road and the traction it provides to generate forward movement, while the plane's wheels are free-moving and independent of the propeller, which uses air displacement for forward thrust. Each part of the myth came from the movie Entrapment – specifically, the scene where Gin Baker (Catherine Zeta-Jones) and Mac MacDougal (Sean Connery) infiltrate Bedford Palace to steal a priceless mask. Tory competed against the robot and won with 27 balls shot through the tree. In the weeks before the broadcast of the MacGyver special, the MythBusters were advertising this special using the following mini myths. He did, however, make it to the top of the vent, once he perfected the method of operating the device in sequence to his steps up the vent. Buckshot was fired at it, and the shot made it all the way to pizza 14. without setting off a sonar alarm trained to detect smashing). Could a person find and poke the eyes of a shark in the fury of a shark attack? This myth was part of a well-known engineering cliché: "Like a lead balloon, you cannot make a concrete glider fly.". Dropping from the trapeze bar was barely faster than starting from a standstill, while riding the zipline was slower. The small scale model worked perfectly, proving that the basic idea was at least possible. ... Bobsledders, race car drivers and roller coaster riders battle gravity head-on. This myth was originally labeled "busted", but due to much debate by viewers, it was revisited in episode 75. A star on a copper shield was tested, but it also failed to stop the bullet. ...squeezing in a knife between the glass and sensor and using a piece of gum to hold the sensor in its original position, as Gin did. Adam, Jamie, Buster, and the Build Team are watching movie myths they have done in the past, and decide to dedicate a whole episode to them. The first had Jamie test a full force conventional punch and measure the force. The amount of helium required to lift a person off the ground (or even the raft itself) is prohibitively immense, and such a raft of adequate size would be quite flimsy. The myth was deemed possible as long as a suitable ignition source is present. The Build Team received a request to test whether the final scene in the film Deep Blue Sea where the protagonists destroy the last shark with a harpoon gun, some gunpowder, and a car battery, was possible. A Roller-coaster of Comedy! If two hammers strike each other, or a hammer strikes an anvil, at least one hammer will completely shatter with lethal force. Lunar soil, because it is not weathered, has a more jagged texture, so the particles "lock" with each other and will hold the shape of the imprint much more clearly. The MythBusters created a Rube Goldberg machine using Diet Coke and mentos. REVISITED: A body struck by a bullet will be propelled violently backwards. The chemicals and sugars in chocolate neutralize the acid. The MythBusters first created a small scale experiment using a model car and a set of garden hoses connected to a single fire hose. For running, Kari, Tory, and Grant each ran a distance of 30 feet (9.1 m), first from a standstill, then dropping from a trapeze bar while running in air, and finally riding a zipline to the starting line while running in air. Adam also implies that more improvised explosives may be tested for a future episode. In its place, he fashioned a makeshift system using laser pointers that worked on the same principle (breaking the beam sets off the alarm.). Once the MythBusters constructed a launch tube and perfected shearing off the cylinder's valve, the cylinder shot entirely through their constructed, The two cylinders could only propel the modified speedboat 120 ft (37 m) at a maximum of 5, The team (incorrectly) concluded that gunpowder has a greater, A sword can cut a machine gun in two (spinoff of, Bracing a window with a hand was unsuccessful in preventing a window from being shattered by a, A Hybrid Rocket can use salami as fuel. A cereal box can have more nutritional value than the cereal. Adam then set up a light meter in a dummy's eye and recorded the. However, the results of the cognitive tests were too consistent, and the saliva tests were rendered worthless by the fact that Adam and Jamie frequently sullied them by eating and drinking beforehand. Jamie noted that in order for a single stick of dynamite to break the ice, it would have to be so thin that the SUV (and probably even a human) would cause the ice to break under its weight. Through numerous tests, the MythBusters calculated that the power surge from turning on a light would only consume as much power as leaving it on for a fraction of a second (except for fluorescent tube lights; the startup consumed about 23 seconds' worth of power). The MythBusters found that the piano's disintegration did not cause the strings to pop; instead the frame and strings expanded from the heat, which slowly released the stored energy over a long period of time rather than all at once in a sudden explosion. A snowplow passing by at high speed can displace enough air on one side to flip over a passing car. This is also referred to as "Which has the whitest teeth." Phineas realizes that they will be back in school shortly and they will have to say what they did over their summer vacation. They put Bruce in the water, and Tory and Adam in its mouth. But when the ice in the shaken martini melts, it is similar to the stirred martini. To end with a suitable explosion, the resident bomb expert performed his "Mythbusters Concerto in C-4" and obliterated the piano's remains. Before the full-scale test, the duo decide to find out the pounds of thrust by using a machine, however the water pressure destroyed the machine. Reality. Someone can break a light bulb by spraying it with drain cleaner. Fertilized Christmas trees lost the most needles and they became very discolored. It is possible to create a water-powered stun gun. Mythbusters | Viral Videos | Full Episode. Episode List. To test these myths, Tory built a replica shark named "Hugo" out of foam. Using a, Adam and Jamie put black eye paint under their eyes and took an eye exam, then repeated with lighter, peach colored eye paint. A lighter was left in a running laundry dryer but suffered no significant damage and therefore did not explode. All lava lamp tests produced violent reactions, with the reactions differing depending on the lamp's design: The cans of beans tested exploded with force proportional to the size of the can. They discovered that it took the same amount of force to pierce a torso made out of, To test this myth, Adam and Jamie swallowed internal thermometers which contained tiny transmitters that sent their core body temperature to a digital display. Welcome to Roller Coaster Tycoon! They got a real blind person (Jerry Kuns) behind the wheel within the same abandoned subdivision as the "Don't Drive Angry" myth (though differently routed and with a driveway parking component rather than. The historical records: no mention was made of the use of fire during the, The impossibly large numbers of mirrors and personnel needed to light a boat with any reasonable speed. Directed by Charles S. Dubin. Sadakatsiz - Episode 6 Preview. The MythBusters received many emails from fans complaining about Adam's brown teeth. A shark can see prey that are above the ocean's surface. Using the measurements of a man with 3-inch (7.6 cm) pectorals and 11-inch (28 cm) biceps, Adam and Jamie placed 14 inches (36 cm) of cow muscle in front of the dummy (assuming the man placed his bicep over his pectoral and the bullet passed through them both). They then tried coal walking, and easily crossed them. Only a strong man can tear a phone book in half. Cockroaches could survive a flood much longer than humans. This is a list of the various myths tested on the show, as well as the results of the experiments (the myth is Busted, Plausible, or Confirmed). Therefore, the conveyor belt has no bearing on the forward momentum of the plane. Directed by Kenji Kodama. Adam and Jamie first placed tough cuts of steak in three explosive rigs (the first with a large high explosive, the second with a small black powder explosive, the third with a medium high-explosive charge in a suspended vessel with a heavy steel plate). Grant then built a robot which only got 24 out of 100 golf balls through the tree, vs. the 90 stated in the myth. Not even 10 tons worth of force was able to force the teeth through the cable, with the. With William Petersen, Marg Helgenberger, Gary Dourdan, George Eads. Picking a lock using light bulb filaments. Adam walked too fast and had hot coals stuck under his toes, meaning they stayed in contact with his skin longer than normal. Student uses lockdown to build backyard roller coaster. The bees sprayed with vodka showed no ill effects at all (though they seemed to fly in a weird manner as if they were drunk). One can unlock a car door by having its remote unlocker frequency transmitted through a cell phone call. He feels that their time off should be exciting, like a rollercoaster. They tested the following methods: To access the jewelry room, Adam and Jamie tested whether glass doors can be breached silently (i.e. After the mixture was put inside the refrigerator overnight, the vodka (which has a lower freezing point than water) prevented the water from freezing, making the mixture cold and malleable. The muscle failed to stop the bullet. A stamp placed on the tail rotor also did not cause any noticeable change. Adam and Jamie built a makeshift electromagnet by wrapping wire around a metal screw and connecting it to some batteries. Neither Kari's makeup nor Tory's night vision goggles helped them see the infrared beams, and while a combination of the two allowed Tory to catch a momentary glimpse of the infrared beams, Kari still found that she had a problem in that it was still possible to break the beam by blowing too much powder forward. After lubricating the wire, though, it became a little easier. A lighter can explode when put in a laundry dryer. Kari first dropped a hammer and feather at atmospheric pressure, showing that air resistance caused the feather to fall more slowly than the hammer. Adam and Jamie took on a myth prevalent around football circles, made more prevalent during the time of prolific punter Ray Guy, whose kicks carried so much distance and had so much hangtime, some had suspected the footballs he used were filled with helium. A popular saying states that sugary cereal is less nutritious than its box. Using a custom rig, the MythBusters repeatedly struck pairs of hammers together, but none shattered. More from. Due to the power surge required to turn on the lights, leaving a light on will save electricity. The official MythBusters website lists episodes by calendar year. Both were exposed to simulated lightning, and lightning actually struck the plastic cleats. Finally, Jamie had a score of 116. The one inch punch had half the force of Jamie's punch, and the three inch punch had two thirds the force. Hey guys Brix here with a Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 Tutorial so that you guys can get to know your game better. A single lighter can be lethal if it explodes. The illusion was partially achieved by having a crewmember walk backwards in the background so he would appear to walk normally in the final video. Where is more info about new episodes of Mythbusters? Once the build team tried it on a real ski lift, however, the friction was too great, the jeans kept bunching up, and Tory was not able to move easily. I have over 270 vr games and this takes my 2nd place as best VR game so far. A spinoff myth was tested in More Myths Revisited. Phineas and Ferb are sitting under a tree, bored, wondering what to do. We discuss roster shake ups and the emergence of Jake Allen. The myths tested were ways found on the Internet that one can supposedly beat this conglomerate and get cheap, easy, and spectacularly improved fuel efficiency for cars. The build team went to a circus training centre and tried to slide down a wire similar to the ones used in ski lifts while hanging onto jeans. They then tested a bottle-capped lava lamp, which leaked due to a poor seal. However, on the Discovery Europe version, it is included in the episode. ...pointing another laser at the photodetector – another technique that Gin used once. Finally, the Build Team decided to fill the car with industrial strength foam, which would expand much more than shaving cream. Using materials found at an improvised "rebel camp," the MythBusters were left to try to create some kind of signal that would be visible 100 ft (30 m) in the air. Cannon is hired to help a man who wandered into someone's home after being beaten up. In a vacuum, a feather and a hammer will drop at the same rate and hit the ground at the same time. Unofficial Myth: The MythBusters really know how to ruin a movie. They then placed sand similar in composition to the soil on the Moon in a vacuum chamber and stepped on it with an astronaut boot, which made a clear print. The lighter was put in a toaster oven to simulate the maximum temperature that the interior of a car can reach, around 180 °F (82 °C). Start your free trial to watch MythBusters and other popular TV shows and movies including new releases, classics, Hulu Originals, and more. The steaks were cooked and compared to two controls, an untouched steak and a steak with powdered meat tenderizer. The "Great Gas Conspiracy" mentioned in the myth is the conspiracy theory that gasoline companies are secretly in league with the car manufacturers to produce fuel-inefficient vehicles, to fatten their profits and split the difference. The motion sickness isn't present for me in this game but I never suffered from it beside those shitty roller coaster experiences. Episode 97 – "Airplane on a Conveyor Belt", Episode SP12 – "Viewer Special Threequel", drinking alcohol make people look more attractive, Third-party evidence for Apollo Moon landings, Discovery Channel TV listings. ", If a cable snaps, it can cut a person in two (as seen in the movie, Sounds can be recovered from old pottery, called. He devised a multi-projectile "Super Beehive" round that still only needed one pull of the trigger and invited Kari and Tory to Red Jacket to revisit the myth and try some weapons. Five hundred lighters packed inside a car can explode with lethal force. In the second attempt, he attempted to make Jamie remove his trademark beret, with no effect, while Jamie was filming the wrap-up for, While it is plausible that some sort of "mind influence" (determined by looking at. It did, however, cause the entire glass panel to break, but because it was tempered and laminated, the glass held together. The MythBusters tried several household methods in an attempt to prevent a freshly cut Christmas tree from shedding its needles over six weeks. Premier Date: September 3, 2008. Additionally, Jamie tried a piece of piano wire, and at 50 cm, it flew not only through the tree, but also through a sheet of plywood on the wall behind it, partially embedding itself into the concrete wall. Only one entrant (Mike Bushroe, a NASA space scientist) entered a full-scale contest; however, the winning entry was destroyed en route for the retest. This is a movie myth based upon a scene in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. MythBusters Season 4 Episode 16 - Crimes and Myth-Demeanors 2. One by one, lighters began to rupture and release gas fumes. Kari used a globe of specially produced clear ice about half the size of a bowling ball to produce smoke and later fire when she used it as a refractive lens. The spray caused a thermal shock to the hot glass of the lamp, making it break. (The proper technique to develop film this way is to soak the film in orange juice for 10 min. Chili pepper and/or salsa is a good deterrent against sharks. During this myth, Grant and Kari visited the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department in California to see the Centennial Light. The bees sprayed with water went into a comatose-like state and awoke later the next day when they dried off. A stamp in a controlled scale test did not cause any changes to the helicopter rotor's rotation. They then ran the footage backwards in order to give the illusion that they solved the puzzles. To this end, the MythBusters commissioned a contest, challenging viewers to prove the myth plausible. As opposed to the earlier "Crimes and Myth-Demeanors", which focused on security systems as seen in movies, the MythBusters attempted to break real-world security systems, which were all installed in the original assault course. Poop collected, they tried to pick the most polishable candidates, and then baked them to remove the moisture. ...a paper copy of an approved fingerprint. The MythBusters went to Alaska as part of the Discovery Channel's Alaska Week.. 1:42. Several explanations on why this is so were also given. Grant then built a device which showed that the pistols consistently jammed when the MythBusters tried to fire them so quickly. Although the bullet did pass through the belt buckle, a Deputy Sheriff who had been shot in the belt buckle and survived spoke with Jamie and Adam, saying the bullet caused a large bruise but lodged in his shirt. A cell phone deals with frequency within the range of human speech, which is less than 10 kHz. A lighter can explode when placed under a welding tool. According to the myth, a tidal whirlpool can sink... A fan claims that he saw a car capsize when a snowplow passed by in the opposite direction at high speed. The Build Team tested whether Jamie was correct in his assertion. The MythBusters first tested various commercial. Mythbusters - Official Channel. 'MythBusters' March 5 final episode promises to be explosive. 0:37. ...a ballistics gel copy of an approved fingerprint. Two ballistics gel replicas of dogs were used and were completely crushed. Remembering the lame coaster they rode at the State Fair, Phineas realizes that's what they should do today: build a rollercoaster.As their mom, Linda, heads off to do some sh… The cast of the television series MythBusters perform experiments to verify or debunk urban legends, old wives' tales, and the like. Christmas tree fires are common during the winter holidays, and cause millions of dollars in damage annually in America alone. 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