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Discovery Science Keskiviikko 30.7.

04:30
Stephen Hawking's Grand Design
The Meaning of Life. Is there a meaning to life? Is there a purpose to our existence? Hawking investigates what the laws of physics can reveal about humanity and reality.
05:20
Scrapheap Challenge
Caber Tossers. Three contenders head to Scotland for the Scrapheap Challenge Highland games. Can they build machines capable of tossing massive cabers and hurling huge Atlas stones?

Kello 6:00

06:10
James May's Man Lab
In the Man Lab, James invents a Christmas tree decorating gun, discovers the easiest way to wrap gifts and attempts to transform the Christmas cracker.
07:00
Build It Bigger: Rebuilding Greensburg
John Deere Green. Danny Forster looks into the science behind eco-friendly buildings, focusing on the town of Greensburg, which was rebuilt as a 'green' town after it was destroyed by a tornado.
07:55
Human Body: Ultimate Machine
Sensation. Examining the nervous system as it carries information round the body at over 320km per hour, allowing us to control pain, react to danger and co-ordinate all our movements.
08:45
Prophets of Science Fiction
Jules Verne. What does it take to put a man on the moon - in the 19th century? Visionary Jules Verne predicted the wonders of the future and even now science races to keep up with his ideas.
09:40
James May's Man Lab
In the Man Lab, James invents a Christmas tree decorating gun, discovers the easiest way to wrap gifts and attempts to transform the Christmas cracker.
10:30
Mega Builders
The Big Lift: Stonecutters Bridge. Discover the amazing story behind the construction of Hong Kong's Stonecutters Bridge, which will be the world's second-longest cable-stayed bridge when it is completed in 2009.
11:20
Stephen Hawking's Grand Design
The Meaning of Life. Is there a meaning to life? Is there a purpose to our existence? Hawking investigates what the laws of physics can reveal about humanity and reality.

Kello 12:00

12:10
Scrapheap Challenge
Caber Tossers. Three contenders head to Scotland for the Scrapheap Challenge Highland games. Can they build machines capable of tossing massive cabers and hurling huge Atlas stones?
13:00
Test Case
Cars Inside. Peter and Fedor put their own Pontiac Firebird to the test to see if the classic car meets today's road requirements. They also look at the effectiveness of the airbag in a crash.
13:30
Prophets of Science Fiction
Robert Heinlein. Robert Heinlein's 'Starship Troopers' and 'Stranger in a Strange Land' ask 'what is freedom?' Hollywood notables and scientists convey his lasting influence.
14:20
Mythbusters
Exploding Lighter. Can a disposable lighter really explode with the force of a stick of dynamite? Jamie and Adam set out to find the answer. Also just how wild were the gunslingers of the Wild West?
15:10
Scrapheap Challenge
Semi-Finals. In the semi-final, the top six teams must build radio-controlled vehicles to race around an obstacle course. But who’s got the engineering prowess to make it through to the final?
16:00
Mega Builders
Mighty Shovel. ‘Mega Builders’ chronicles one of the world's most awe-inspiring constructions, meeting the team behind it and discovering how such a huge project is pulled off.
16:50
Meteorite Men
5,000 years ago a meteorite cascaded over Poland, scarring the landscape with seven craters. Now, Steve and Geoff receive exclusive access to the Morasko crater field.
17:40
Prototype This
Flying Lifeguard. The crack team of inventors continue tackling the problems of today's world from their island warehouse in San Francisco. Together they imagine the craziest prototypes of tomorrow.

Kello 18:00

18:30
Sport Science
Myths. Every sport has its own myths, but are they fact or fiction? It is time to either prove or debunk some of the biggest myths in sports.
19:20
How Tech Works
How do they paint aeroplanes at the Lufthansa hangar; and how do you build an eco-friendly supercar? Dr Basil Singer finds out.
19:45
Test Case
Planes and Space. Peter and Fedor visit the National Air and Space Centre to try out a simulator used to test new aviation systems. They also see what it's like to fly through a snowstorm.
20:10
Mythbusters
Anti-Gravity Device. The Mythbusters test a range of anti-gravity devices - is it really possible to escape the pull of the Earth? Plus a look at some Christmas-themed myths.

Kello 21:00

21:00
Mission Critical: Hubble
The Hubble telescope has revolutionised our knowledge of the cosmos. Now, after years without maintenance, a group of scientists are attempting to revive it and make history again.
21:50
The Science of Fear and Lust
The Science of Fear. Fear is the most powerful human emotion; it is the body’s automatic response to a threat. Can we erase fear? And if we do, what will be the consequences?
22:40
Prophets of Science Fiction
George Lucas. From the lightsaber to the Death Star, 'Star Wars' is one of the defining science fiction works of the 20th century. Film-maker Ridley Scott explores Lucas' creations.
23:30
Stephen Hawking's Grand Design
The Key to the Cosmos. Why does the universe exist and why does it follow rules and laws? From the discovery of gravity to the development of string theory, Hawking explores the principles of the cosmos.

Kello 24:00

00:20
How Tech Works
How do they paint aeroplanes at the Lufthansa hangar; and how do you build an eco-friendly supercar? Dr Basil Singer finds out.
00:45
Test Case
Planes and Space. Peter and Fedor visit the National Air and Space Centre to try out a simulator used to test new aviation systems. They also see what it's like to fly through a snowstorm.
01:10
Mission Critical: Hubble
The Hubble telescope has revolutionised our knowledge of the cosmos. Now, after years without maintenance, a group of scientists are attempting to revive it and make history again.
02:00
The Science of Fear and Lust
The Science of Fear. Fear is the most powerful human emotion; it is the body’s automatic response to a threat. Can we erase fear? And if we do, what will be the consequences?
02:45
Mythbusters
Anti-Gravity Device. The Mythbusters test a range of anti-gravity devices - is it really possible to escape the pull of the Earth? Plus a look at some Christmas-themed myths.
03:35
Prophets of Science Fiction
George Lucas. From the lightsaber to the Death Star, 'Star Wars' is one of the defining science fiction works of the 20th century. Film-maker Ridley Scott explores Lucas' creations.
04:30
Stephen Hawking's Grand Design
The Key to the Cosmos. Why does the universe exist and why does it follow rules and laws? From the discovery of gravity to the development of string theory, Hawking explores the principles of the cosmos.