Adam and Jamie take aim at a ricochet myth from the TV show 'Burn Notice,' while Kari, Tory and Grant test the Hollywood myth that if you jump when running away from an explosion - can you surf the shockwave?
Adam and Jamie buckle up and return their seats to the upright position to test what really is the best, most efficient way to board an airplane. Tory, Kari, and Grant find out if a bullet made of teeth or even bone is non-traceable.
Andy braves the Louisiana swamp, a deadly place packed with alligators, snacks, and dangerous predators. Andy rigs his bag of tech to create fresh water, gather food, and escape back to civilization.
Andy tries to survive a remote tropical jungle, one of the most rain-soaked, challenging places on earth. Making his electronic equipment work in this environment will push his hacking skills to the limit, but he must do it to make it back home.
California's Death Valley is one of the toughest places to survive on the planet. Andy heads into this desolate landscape hoping his tech will keep him alive in place where few things can survive.
A probe carrying a message to aliens mysteriously malfunctions as it enters deep space. A NASA mission goes disastrously wrong when an imposter breaches Mission Control. Astronomers find evidence of an invisible planet in a distant solar system.
British astronomers working for the CIA intercept Soviet photos of the moon. A malfunction on the ISS could poison its crew with deadly ammonia gas. A startling image taken by a NASA probe points to evidence that life could exist on Mars.
A declassified letter written by President Kennedy demands the CIA share its UFO data with NASA. A bizarre pattern on the surface of Mars could be a coded alien message. Investigators are shocked to find a rocket crash-landed in a crater on the Moon.
Jupiter is far hotter than it should be, and scientists don't understand why. The Curiosity Rover finds something strange on Mars. Could it be a lost spacecraft or something far more sinister? Detectives turn to NASA for help with a murder cold case.
Odds are excellent that extraterrestrial life exists. So why haven't we found aliens out in the galaxy? Are we looking in the wrong places? New research shows we should look closer to home, even inside our bodies.
Are our brains wired for lying from a young age? The brains of pathological liars may provide insights. Will technology make it easier for us to be dishonest, or could it someday instantly reveal someone is lying?
New research is beginning to reveal a hidden force in the universe - one that penetrates space with trillions of invisible connections, instantly linking every place in our world and joining our future with our past. Is the Force with us?
For NASA to send a person Mars, they need to build the most powerful rocket ever built. Discover inside story behind the Orion Space Craft, an engineering feat designed to sustain astronauts for years in one of the universe’s harshest environments.
A 73-story glass skyscraper in London is an engineering marvel. 11,000 exterior glass panels form this mega tower's façade. It's colossal concrete core supports luxury apartments, a hotel, and nearly 600,000 square feet of office space.
Discover what it took to build the largest and most sophisticated radio telescope on the planet. This engineering colossus will help astronomers explore galaxies and planets billions of light years away, and might help discover extraterrestrial life.
Go inside the ambitious engineering project that remade the famous Panama Canal. Billions of dollars were spent to move millions of cubic tons of earth, and ultimately, the canal will be able to accommodate the biggest ships in the world.
Go inside the latest science that examines the impact of video games upon our brains. We meet the gamers, programmers, psychologists and neuroscientists who are building a surprising case about the positive effects of gaming.
As concern grows that governments and corporations can monitor our every move online, hackers and scientists are working on tools to fight back. But this controversial new technology could create a place where almost anything can be bought.
In Science Channel's all-new series Street Science, Kevin Delaney leaves his lab behind to hit the streets for experiments that are so unusual, off-beat, and so unexpected they will blow your mind.
Follow Digital Survivalist Andy Quitmeyer as he travels to remote parts of the world and hacks his way back to civilization using a hybrid of time-tested outdoor survival skills and a backpack's worth of wires, laptops and tracking devices.
MythBusters: The Search is an all-new series featuring the next generation of fearless contenders with killer build skills, science smarts and nerves of steel, ready to be judged each week as they bust myths and vie for the win in becoming the next myth-busting superstars.