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This series takes a sideways look at the experiments designed to explain the weird science behind everyday phenomena. Why does the toast always fall jam side down? Weird Science investigates.
11 Feb 2010
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This series takes a sideways look at the experiments designed to explain the weird science behind everyday phenomena. This episode looks at the science of how alcohol effects the human body.
11 Feb 2010
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This series explains the weird science behind everyday phenomena. This episode looks at the myths of trying to stay cool.
11 Feb 2010
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Scientists test out the monowheel vehicle. Stories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world.
11 Feb 2010
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Shindogu inventor Kenji Kawakami shows us some more pointless invention. Stories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world.
11 Feb 2010
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Scientists in Los Angeles have invented a new kind of traffic lights to help control traffic. Stories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world.
11 Feb 2010
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A local scientist in India invents a domestic washing machine. Stories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world.
11 Feb 2010
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Scientists invent a ship that can flip 180 degrees in water. tories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world.
11 Feb 2010
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Investigation into six degrees of separation. Stories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world.
11 Feb 2010
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Scientists improve rickshaws in India. Stories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world.
11 Feb 2010
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Investigation into technology used for ghost hunting. Stories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world.
10 Feb 2010
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Scientists investigate why ice is slippery. Stories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world.
10 Feb 2010
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A man who has invented a grizzly bear proof suit. Stories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world.
10 Feb 2010
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Vastu Vidya is the ancient art of designing buildings to exist in harmony with nature and the universe. Stories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world.
10 Feb 2010
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Stories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world. Dhaba men in Mumbai deliver 150,000 lunches dailiy from people's home to their place of work.
12 Feb 2010
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Computer generated tank training for soldiers. Stories from It'll Never Work take a lighter took at some of the bizarre, amazing and more radical ideas and inventions that are becoming possible in today's hi-tech world.
10 Feb 2010
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