In this episode of Mythbusters, it's double the trouble as Adam and Jamie take on not one but two classic comedy myths. It is possible to shoot a pistol out of a person's hand without injuring him. Season 7, Episode 3 TV-PG CC HD CC SD. This time, the ranking (in descending order of average germ count) was: sponge, money, keyboard, toilet seat, light switch. Season 7, Episode 3 TV-PG CC HD CC SD. The pressure change caved in portions of the helmet and caused it to fill with flesh, blood, and organs from the body being crushed upward. A third batch, this one about as viscous as maple syrup, was prepared for both Adam and Olympic gold medalist swimmer Nathan Adrian. MrDude. They solved this problem by evenly distributing the weight of the car. Tory built the homemade speakers according to the. 44min. When the gap was halved, the bus still dropped far enough to hit the far end of the roadbed head-on. Blocks of ice and regular pykrete were placed on nails against a board at room temperature. This myth was inspired by a video from the Household Hacker. This video is currently unavailable. Adam and Jamie test a Hollywood chase scene jump, while the Build Team probes a gruesome diving disaster. After doing some. However, the massive number of fan requests sent in along with the socks to test the idiom demanded a last-minute change of plans. Since the loss of his grip happened so fast for anyone to notice (around one second), this myth was deemed confirmed. Also, the amount of microbes present after double dipping was negligible compared to the amount found in regular dip. However, he failed to create any diamonds. ...hold on to the roof of a car with the windows up while the car was zig-zagging. The cast of the television series MythBusters perform experiments to verify or debunk urban legends, old wives' tales, and the like. Adam and Jamie recruited a college class to take swabs from 10 of each item, again including 10 toilet seats for comparison, and incubated them as before. 2. Audio languages. Grant, Tory, and Kari investigated this myth in three parts: the number of bricks needed for a 7-foot (2 m) ball, whether its weight would make it hard to push around, and whether it would damage a car after rolling downhill. I like the MythBusters, but they have a lot of problems with scientific rigor. The block of pseudo-pykrete would not break, even when slammed down from the same height. It was based on a video created by the YouTube user: Household Hacker. However, the "emergency" fix was not nearly as effective, and the duct tape quickly failed. Despite crashing like it did in the movies, this car didn't explode either. Adam and Jamie test the Hollywood cowboy's ability to shoot a gun out of a villain's hand, while the Build Team tries to re-create a big-budget bus jump. Both of these proved impossible, so they took apart six .38 rounds, collected a total of 30. Examining the results, the MythBusters found that double dipping produced less microbes than putting all the dip in your mouth. Each took a turn as a test subject, with the other ready to place the sleeper's hand in the water once he had achieved a deep enough sleep. It is possible to make a usable candle out of, The Build Team collected wax from Tory's ears and ignited it alongside. It took Tory four seconds using a hammer and crowbar to break a. The blast stripped socks off at 15 and 25 feet (4.6 and 7.6 m), bursting those discs and the one at 35 feet (11 m); at the longer distances, both the discs and the legs were intact. Adam and Jamie selected several items that might carry large amounts of germs, including a toilet seat for comparison. Mythbusters: Alaska & Double Dip More details. When a second lock was dipped into liquid nitrogen, it took Tory only five hits and 14 seconds to smash it. Based on this result, the team declared the myth confirmed. A person who jumps from the roof of a building into a full, Adam and Jamie first took some lessons in safe stunt falls, jumping onto an air bag from heights of 13 and 20 feet (4 and 6 m) without injury. Adam and Jamie tested whether or not a person could... To help test this myth, the MythBusters enlisted the aid of the Blue Angels and their F/A-18 Hornets.. After the eventual explosion, Adam used the high-speed camera footage to help him in his calculations, which revealed that the unobstructed water heater shot up 560 feet (170 m) at an initial speed of 350 miles per hour (560 km/h), which was near their estimates in their original test. 06 May 2009. Four heads using a mold of Kari's bust were then made, three made of ballistics gel, each with a skull and brain matter analog inside, and one completely made of ice. Meanwhile Kari, Grant, and Tory test if you can make homemade diamonds and get … The MythBusters demonstrated that pykrete is bulletproof by subjecting a wastebasket-sized chunk of ice and another of pykrete to a close range impact (approximately 10 ft or 3.0 m) by a, The MythBusters subjected ice and pykrete to a mechanical stress test where lead blocks were placed onto a. In their initial test, Adam and Jamie placed several barrels filled with water inside the bus to match the weight of the nineteen passengers seen in the film. Adam fell off immediately at only 20 mph (32 km/h). Tory's small scale multi-engine rocket was relatively stable, while Grant's small scale single-engine, half-cage design flew erratically and almost crashed into the crew. Does double dipping cause germ warfare? After attaching it to Buster and using two shells, he flew an unspectacular 6 feet (1.8 m). Although the range and speed of the duct tape cannon were inferior to the steel one, it successfully fired a cannonball and remained intact. So, with Frank Doyle's help, Adam and Jamie loaded another car up with explosives, drove it off a ramp and over a cliff, and watched it crash perfectly like in the movies. In their experiment, the MythBusters used chips with regular dip and salsa. ...hold on to the roof of a car while the car is making a big turn. The car successfully crashed through the gate, but suffered some damage and triggered its. They filled one with water and the other with syrup made from 750 pounds (340 kg) of, It is possible to blow open a lock by packing it with the gunpowder from six, The Build Team first explored the idea of simply shooting the lock to get it open. Joined: Mar 16, 2006 ^Mythbusters did test the five second rule in season three's "Chinese Invasion Alarm". The Mythbusters team went all out on a recent episode and put the great double dip debate to rest with a side of science. Jamie lost his grip and almost blacked out after a 45 mph (72 km/h) stop. Hermiod Admiral Admiral. (This myth was inspired by the television comedy Seinfeld. We concluded by watching our favorite science show, Mythbusters. The creators of the video sought the advice of LEGO Master Model Builders and claimed that they gave them the one-million piece estimate, though the company claims it never gave them such an estimate. In a further test, they set up a shelf to drop an unopened can of soup into the oil, reasoning that having all the water-based material at the bottom of the pot would more effectively launch the oil when it vaporized and exploded. After seeing an episode of Mythbusters, Jack didn’t necessarily see eye-to-eye with the show’s conclusion – double-dipping is no big deal.So, he set out to perform his own version of the Double-Dip … In the end, the MythBusters decided that the myth was busted, but just barely: banana peels would not guarantee a fall but could still prove to be very slippery on a smooth enough surface. Remember that time Mythbusters used sterile chips, sterile dip, a sterile room, and a medical professional to eliminate the variables of double dipping? For the full-scale test, they decided to use Tory's rocket shape, but with only one engine for safety reasons. 3. The MythBusters tackle various myths relating to the "handyman's secret weapon". It still wasn't the kind of fireball from the movies, though. ... Mythbusters has always had a bit of a script, but since around series 4 the humour has become way too scripted. To achieve the results shown in the film, the third head had to be dipped in the liquid nitrogen for five minutes. After several shots that either missed the match or destroyed the head entirely, they were able to get a bullet to graze the head and ignite it. Because some items did have more germs than the toilet seats, the myth was labeled as confirmed. Because Grant could not see the target, all of his shots missed. Episode found on: You be the judge! Dental floss can be used to cut through the steel bars of a prison. Kari, Grant and Tori compete about who can produce artificial diamonds; and Adam and Jamie test the age-old myth that banana peels are a sure-fire slapstick wipe-out. The team conjectured that the car in the film may have been weighted at its rear end in order to make it behave as it did. Hint 4-Letter Word * MythBusters Episode: Red ---- to a Bull * Envelope part * MythBusters Episode: Motorcycle ---- * * MythBusters Episode: Banana ----, Double Dip * Thinking that the high viscosity of the syrup may have affected the results, Adam and Jamie replaced it with a mixture that was only slightly more viscous than water. The result was a fireball with an estimated height of 100 feet (30 m). Gaming Mythbusters Episode 3 - Battlefield 4 Mythbusters Just Cause 3 Mythbusters. Subtitles. In this episode of Mythbusters, it's double the trouble as Adam and Jamie take on not one but two classic comedy myths. Adam was able to hold on to the hood at both 25 and 45 mph (40 and 72 km/h) stops. The Build Team saw if a rocket could launch a cage containing a human. A fresh Christmas tree doused with liquid nitrogen can spontaneously explode. This is the second myth in which the MythBusters and the Build Team tested a myth together. He then tried running through the banana peels but still failed to slip. They set up a locked steel door and a .38 caliber revolver, and were surprised to find that their first shot damaged the lock sufficiently to let them open the door.