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Introducing some of the more dramatic aspects of fundamental science.

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Jumping out of a perfectly good plane with an orange to see which will hit the ground first.
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Sound is one of those everyday things we all know about, but don't really understand how it works.
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With the help of actual Rocket Scientists, Nigel attempts to be the first New Zealander in space.
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Nigel shows us the science of exactly what it takes to start a fire.
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Nigel crashes a small, modern car with a five-star safety rating into in a large, heavy old car.
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See whether a hat makes a difference in the freezing cold and whether to walk or run in the rain.
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Nigel faces a real-life explosion, not like the contrived, slow-motion movie explosions.
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Nigel reveals an incredible device designed in the 1800s by Nikola Tesla.

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