Head Rush and host Kari Byron return with more exciting experiments. Explore the mysteries of jet lag, why twins have different finger prints, and how ants communicate. These experiments and more will be featured in this second volume.
Discover science magic as Head Rush host Kari Byron makes glass disappear before your eyes. What happens when you throw water over boiling oil? Answer mind bending questions like why do twins have different fingerprints? And how do wave machines work?
Discover the awesome strength of salt as Head Rush's Kari Byron pushes crystals to the limit. Find out why the Archer fish is nature's dead shot, why methane is a greenhouse gas and how you can survive a thousand degree flame.
Discover how host Kari Byron blows a bubble inside a bubble. How high are termite skyscrapers? And how does a trike bike keep on trucking? Check out the tarantula-attacking hawk wasp and see what happens when you stick a quarter into a block of dry ice.
Check out the power of sound as host Kari Byron makes two stemmed glasses sing. Find out how maggots can save your life and how flies defeat fire ants in a fight to the death. Discover what happens when you pop a potato chip bag in a microwave oven.
Watch as host Kari Byron explores how big a prairie dog colony can be and where in the world you can find meteorites. What happens to molten glass in a microwave? Then check out a cool anti-gravity device you can make in your own home!
What makes an ammonia-powered fountain gush? Find out as host Kari Byron checks out cool chemistry. How hot are skater's blades? And how can your veins become a security device? Where does space junk come from and how does a skunk hit its target?
Check out cool chemistry as host Kari Byron makes monster toothpaste. Discover tricks to revealing fingerprints. Find out how an octopus mates with its arms and what bizarre nutrients are in your cereal.
Discover what happens when you put a test tube in a test tube and turn it upside down. Do planets in our solar system spin the same way? Why do raisins float in club soda? Find out how snakes slither and how a wood frog survives an Alaskan winter.
See what happens when host Kari Byron pushes a weighted balloon onto a bed of nails. Find out how a Mars Explorer survives a martian atmosphere. Ask weird questions - what makes a frog levitate? What is dark matter?
Watch as Kari Byron becomes a human electricity conductor, a water-filled trashcan is totally destroyed, and a steel wool pad is popped into a microwave oven. Discover the secret to repelling sharks and meet the world's slimiest fish!
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Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2019
If you like Mythbuster reruns, and don't already own them, you will like this. The c. 6-8 minutes of additional material per episode is fun, though probably designed for middle school youth. It seems to be an intentional attempt to attract youth to study and pursue professions in the hard sciences.
These are a collection of extended cuts of Mythbusters episodes and extra clips of Kari Byron doing science experiments as a replacement of commercials. The video quality of the Mythbusters segments are in standard definition, as they are older episodes, and not available as high definition, but, otherwise, these are great to watch.