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The difference between the two hats was that one had a dull steel edge while the other had a sharp steel edge. However, the Build Team declared the myth plausible since getting the necessary amount of hair to create a rope would be extremely impractical. This myth had formed part of the plot of the movie The Darwin Awards , in which Adam and Jamie had cameo appearances. To test these myths, Tory built a replica shark named “Hugo” out of foam. Lying face up took the smallest amount of time, while lying face down—like someone would on a surf board—was much harder. Adam and Jamie were put under a battery of tests to prove that they could match MacGyver ‘s ingenuity. While Adam did have some experience in developing photos and could remember the necessary ingredients, he could not remember the exact process and the MythBusters were unable to develop the photos within the given time limit. However, she had trouble getting her hair rope to stay together.

The chemicals and sugars in chocolate neutralize the acid. Tory competed against the robot and won with 27 balls shot through the tree. Get a soundless glimpse behind the scenes of the Tablecloth Pull shoot. Will a feather and a hammer drop at the same rate in a vacuum? A person can use a set of metal teeth to bite through a cable car ‘s cable. The meat was then tested using a device similar to USDA machines for determining meat toughness. The MythBusters also pointed out that the idea of St.

In the weeks before the sjlfur of the MacGyver special, the MythBusters mythbuters advertising this special using the following mini myths. Episode 20 – Exploding Jawbreaker Original air date: They pulled the plug five minutes early because it was becoming too dangerous.

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. This proved that in a vacuum, a flag does not need wind to flap for a while after a person sets it in motion.

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The myth came from a story about a soldier in Iraq who survived when the iPod he was wearing was shot. The difference in their performances was taken as the effectiveness of the remedy, although Adam also mentioned at the end of the experiment that their BAC measurements agreed with the differences in their performances as well.

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In order to see what it would take to have a water stun gun work at a distance, the MythBusters used a tesla coil to power the gun with up to a million volts. Using lead foil, Adam and Jamie constructed a cube-shaped balloon with 10 foot 3 m edges out of lead.

They then tried coal walking, and easily crossed them. Can an airplane take off while on a conveyor belt?

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To test this myth, Adam and Jamie were locked inside separate cabins in Alaska, with no entertainment at all. Catching an Arrow Could a ninja hide underwater, breathing through a bamboo reed, long enough to attack an enemy with a poison blow-dart?

It’s Adam Savage to the rescue. Hexafluoridde then brought “The Arrowcatcher” Anthony Kelly onto the show and had him perform various tests. Instead, the chemical reaction caused a brief flame, and the release of hydrogen gas before fizzling out. To test this, the MythBusters built a much larger scale 1: See how Kari, Grant, Tory, Jamie and Adam respond to hearing how one of their episodes saved one woman’s life.

They then built a mechanized rig that could fire a pole at the same speed a human can throw one. Adam, Tory and Jamie explain. While it initially looked as if it was going to be busted, the sawdust actually ignited into a large fireball exactly as shown in the video. During the MythBusters Reunion, Adam tells a story about a colorful MythBusters extra who helped out during the Jimmy Hoffa episode and who just may have a darker past.

Though she initially had problems with refractionKari was able to hit the target with her third try. A person can create a huge fireball by dispersing a cloud of sawdust and igniting it with a flare.

The first had Jamie test a full force conventional punch and measure the force. Finally, Jamie had a score of To test these myths, Tory built a replica shark named “Hugo” out of foam.

While comparing the new and original footage, the MythBusters noted that at first glance, they looked similar, but there were many small discrepancies due to filming in Earth’s gravity. They then theorized that feet do not get burned due to three factors: The theory behind this is that, while the hexafluoirde is able to block most of the direct light, there’s still plenty of light being reflected off of one’s cheeks and into the eye; the eye black could be meant to reduce this reflected light.

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The MythBusters test various myths inspired by scenes in several James Bond movies. Jamie and Adam answer: Alkali metals dropped into a bathtub epusode with water will create a huge explosion. If watching a regular-sized balloon inflate — slowly — to a gargantuan size until it’s clearly about to pop stresses you out, you might not want to watch this unexpectedly long web-only video of Tory Belleci.

After punches the robot had created a crack in the lid, but had not punched a hole in it.

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There was some increase in shark activity towards the flapping fish, but not enough to be especially appreciable until the screen was removed and the sharks could see the fish.

While it was not perfect, it was good enough to direct the MythBusters to their next objective.

As a finale, Tory, Grant, and Kari mythbuusters gasoline to create the fireball seen in the movie. They set up another trail from a funnel and kept the leaking funnel at the end, and the ignited trail carried up into the funnel. October 7, Myth tested: Could a skydiver whose parachute failed to open hit a playground seesaw and send a small girl flying seven stories high?

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Can a 7-foot ball of Lego blocks become a rolling weapon of mass destruction? During the actual test, Episodf successfully managed to climb down the rope though suffering from a bad case of rope burn in the process. In order to replicate the results seen in the film, Jamie had to use a hydraulic cutter to sever the cable.

The Build Team tested this weapon in 3 parts. This is a special James Bond -theme episode. They then got the idea to take ssulfur the car’s engine block, deducing that the people who performed the stunt in the viral video may have done the same thing.