Busted, Confirmed, or Plausible?!
Shout it from the rooftops. Make a TV show about it!
Here it is, the last step in the scientific method, sharing your results from the Exhibition’s explosively fun experiments - with the world. Your results and all of your MythBusting comrades in science are officially published here. Never before in the history of the MythBusters has there been this much data collected in true MythBusters’ experimentation. This is a first and you were an important part of it. Lets see how you measure up.
- Big Bad Wolf
- Butter Side Up
- Tablecloth Chaos
- Running in the Rain
- Change Like a Superhero
- Dodge a Bullet
- Killer Card Toss
- Cliff Hanger
- Blind Driving
- Command Performance
Big Bad Wolf
The experiment confirms that the shape of the house and the materials used to build matters. How did the architecture and engineering of your house withstand to the blast of Big Bad Wolf big bad wolf breath?Back to top
Butter Side Up
The height, speed, and spin of your buttered toast helped determine its fate. Did your toast avoid the fate of carpet fluff and dog hair, or did it survive the fall in all its buttery glory?Back to top
Can you pull a tablecloth out from under a set of dishes without spilling anything? How about with two place settings? You proved that some tablecloths were a bit more successful than others.Back to top
Running in the Rain
This may be the most important myth tested in MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition. You results may be on an upcoming episode or website for included in the show. Lets settle this once and for all.Back to top
Change Like a Superhero
Attention Superheroes, do you really have the dexterity, fashion sense, and other skills needed to dress quickly enough to fight crime?Back to top
Dodge a Bullet
Adam and Jamie and everyone in this exhibition Exhibition have confirmed that dodging a bullet is impossible. You also proved that there are different ways your body can react to a flash of light that with practice, your reaction time can improve.. You can clearly see just how fast humans like you react to light.Back to top
Killer Card Toss
Rick Smith Jr. can throw a card at 92 mph, and Adam Savage clocked in at 42 mph in the Exhibition. You can confirm that speed may not be the key to sticking the target or slicing a banana with a playing card, success has to do with accuracy and the spin.Back to top
Did the muscles in your hands have the strength to hold you on the ledge long enough for your friends to fire up the rescue helicopter? Like any muscle, the more you use your hands, the stronger they get, so you may have noticed that with practice you can hang longer. Discover if gender or age have any relevance to the outcome.Back to top
It is not prime driving conditions if you must rely on your friend to tell you where and when to turn, but you lived up to the challenge and this is what you discovered, thanks to your incredible bravery. Did fellow Mythbusters MythBusters with more driving experience do any better than those with none?Back to top
Adam and Kari were both a bit “camera shy” and had trouble producing farts and air biscuits on demand. The keen MythBusting experimental fart-lighting apparatus gave you the chance to bust their performance abilities. Did you make the cut?Back to top
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