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Discovery Science Lauantai 27.8.

04:36
Race to Escape
Schoolhouse Lock. Two teams of three are locked in identical classrooms. Both teams get one hour to solve a series of puzzles and challenges and escape the room with $25,000.
05:24
How the Universe Works
The First Oceans. Water defines our blue planet; it fills our oceans and bodies. But scientists believe that the Earth should have been born dry. So where did our water come from?

Kello 6:00

07:00
How Do They Do It?
Whiskey/Disaster Prevention. In this episode, learn how water is turned into whisky and how they prepare for another disaster like Hurricane Katrina.
07:26
Food Factory
The Original Granola Bar. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories, including chewy granola bars, BBQ vegetable medleys, blue cheese and rice cakes.
07:50
Food Factory
Episode 17. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories, including frozen pizzas, spreadable butter, organic mushrooms and mini quiche Florentine.
08:14
Food Factory
Episode 18. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories, including cranberry-covered goat cheese, strawberry shortcake, ground wheat and pickled herring.
08:38
Food Factory
Episode 19. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories, including vodka mixers, Italian pizzelle cookies, buffalo wings and super caramel crunch cake.
09:02
Food Factory
Episode 20. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories, including organic milk, chickpeas, samosas and mini éclairs.
09:26
Smash Lab
CO2 Cop Car. The team must devise a way to use carbon dioxide fire extinguishers to stop criminals in high-speed chases. It's a tough task to complete, as car engines are hard to kill.
10:14
Smash Lab
Boat Ejector Seat. The team takes to the water to engineer a parachute system that not only allows someone to eject quickly from an out-of-control boat, but also guarantees a safe landing.
11:02
Smash Lab
Car Over a Cliff. The Smash Lab team experiment with cliff diving in a car. Could anyone survive such an event? There's only one way to find out...
11:50
Smash Lab
Extreme Snow Plough. The Smash Lab team investigate the dangers of a 'whiteout' (the weather condition which restricts visibility due to heavy snow and overcast clouds) and the possibility of escape.

Kello 12:00

12:38
Smash Lab
Unbreakable Car. What would it take to construct an unbreakable car? The Smash Lab team use reactive armour technology and metal-aluminum foam to create an unstoppable vehicle.
13:26
How Do They Do It?
Whiskey/Disaster Prevention. In this episode, learn how water is turned into whisky and how they prepare for another disaster like Hurricane Katrina.
13:50
How Do They Do It?
Sugar, Fish Farming, Speed Suits. How do they transform raw cane into sugar? How do they farm fish? And how do they create tailor made suits that are ready within the day?
14:14
How Do They Do It?
Money/Shoe-In. In this episode, learn how bank notes are designed and printed and how leather hide is turned into a shiny new pair of shoes.
14:38
How Do They Do It?
Battery Power/Chocolate/Toothbrushes. In this episode, find out how sulphuric acid and lead are combined into 100 million car batteries, how they turn beans into bars of chocolate and how toothbrushes clean our teeth.
15:02
How Do They Do It?
Eiffel Tower/Snowboards. In this episode, find out how they maintain the Eiffel Tower and how they design and build the ultimate snowboards.
15:26
Extreme Engineering
Rio De Janeiro Power Grid. Brazil is building one of the largest hydroelectric projects in the world, tunneling through seven mountains and building two dams. Host Danny Forster investigates.
16:14
Mega World
Denmark. Explore the construction of the largest offshore wind farm in the world, and visit the famous toy company that produces some 31 billion LEGO bricks per year in Denmark.
17:02
Mega Builders
New City in Vegas. At a cost of $7.4bn, Hollywood film company MGM is building a 76-acre mini-city on Las Vegas' Strip. Equipped with unparallelled amenities, it is a project of massive ambition.
17:50
Industrial Junkie
Glass. In Belgium, Jonny visits the Carmeuse Limestone Quarry in order to find out how glass is made. He details the drilling machines and high temperatures necessary to manufacture it.

Kello 18:00

18:15
Industrial Junkie
Paint. Jonny discovers the process whereby specialised paint is made. This particular paint is used to prevent barnacles from attaching themselves to the hulls of ships.
18:40
Mega Engineering
Underground City. Could an underground city be the answer to Chicago's space and transport problems? Using templates set by Amsterdam and Moscow, planners hope to build 1,000 feet beneath the Loop.
19:30
How the Universe Works
Dawn of Life. The journey of the atoms that make up your body spans time and space. But how did these chemical building blocks come together to create life?
20:20
How the Universe Works
Monster Black Hole. Go on a terrifying and fascinating journey to infinity and beyond, to the heart of the universe's ultimate enigma: a supermassive black hole.

Kello 21:00

21:10
How the Universe Works
Forces of Mass Construction. Across the universe is a mysterious force that you can't see or touch, but whose effects are ubiquitous. How exactly does magnetism work?
22:00
How the Universe Works
Secret History of the Moon. Our Moon is far bigger compared to any other moon in the solar system. But where the Moon came from remains the biggest mystery in planetary science.
22:50
How the Universe Works
The First Oceans. Water defines our blue planet; it fills our oceans and bodies. But scientists believe that the Earth should have been born dry. So where did our water come from?
23:40
Extreme Engineering
Rio De Janeiro Power Grid. Brazil is building one of the largest hydroelectric projects in the world, tunneling through seven mountains and building two dams. Host Danny Forster investigates.

Kello 24:00

00:30
Mega World
Denmark. Explore the construction of the largest offshore wind farm in the world, and visit the famous toy company that produces some 31 billion LEGO bricks per year in Denmark.
01:20
Mega Builders
New City in Vegas. At a cost of $7.4bn, Hollywood film company MGM is building a 76-acre mini-city on Las Vegas' Strip. Equipped with unparallelled amenities, it is a project of massive ambition.
02:10
Industrial Junkie
Glass. In Belgium, Jonny visits the Carmeuse Limestone Quarry in order to find out how glass is made. He details the drilling machines and high temperatures necessary to manufacture it.
02:35
Industrial Junkie
Paint. Jonny discovers the process whereby specialised paint is made. This particular paint is used to prevent barnacles from attaching themselves to the hulls of ships.
03:00
Mega Engineering
Underground City. Could an underground city be the answer to Chicago's space and transport problems? Using templates set by Amsterdam and Moscow, planners hope to build 1,000 feet beneath the Loop.
03:48
Prank Science
Episode 4. A woman mistakes a ferrofluid for extraterrestrial goo; a woman cheats with science to win a competition; the Crash Test Scientist gets soaked; a hydraulophone ruins a masterpiece.
04:12
Prank Science
Episode 5. A TV host gets a hard lesson in sustainable living; an angry plant shoots out poisonous spores when sung to; and the Crash Test Scientist faces off with an air cannon.
04:36
Prank Science
Episode 6. A woman is quarantined after a fake earthquake and gas leak; a priceless hockey trophy is destroyed with liquid nitrogen; and the Crash Test Scientist does a belly flop.
05:00
Prank Science
Episode 7. A world record attempt is ruined by a runaway golf cart; Bernoulli's Principle is used to cheat with science and the Crash Test Scientist ingests the world's hottest pepper.