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Discovery Science Torstai 25.12.

04:12
Freaks of Nature
Lightning. The electricity inside a lightning bolt can reach 200,000 amps; less than one amp is enough to kill. Meet Austin Richard, who claims that humans can survive this deadly power.
04:36
Freaks of Nature
Tsunami Man. The force of a single wave can destroy solid rock. Surfer Laird Hamilton has designed a board that allows him to fly over a wave – but can he match the speed of a tsunami?
05:00
Freaks of Nature
Windcheater. Winds of 60mph make it impossible to stay on your feet. But Heinz Zak is performing deadly high-wire stunts in places where winds can reach over 100mph.
05:24
Freaks of Nature
Human Eclipse. Can humans use echolocation like bats? Meet Justin Louchart, a completely blind man who claims to use sound waves to see and experience the world around him.
05:48
Freaks of Nature
Magnet Man. Magnetism is a natural force, usually associated only with metal. But can humans harvest this force as well? Meet a man who claims to be a human magnet.

Kello 6:00

06:12
Freaks of Nature
G-Force. The effects of g-force on the human body can be lethal. Meet a pilot who performs death-defying tricks whilst subjecting himself to potentially harmful levels of g-force.
06:36
Freaks of Nature
Splash. The forces of nature shape our planet, but they also have the power to destroy. Tyler Harcott meets ordinary people who claim to have the power to resist these forces.
07:00
Alien Planet Earths
20 years ago it looked like only one place in the universe was capable of sustaining life: our home planet. Astronomers now think differently. Explore the search for Earth’s twin.
07:50
Stephen Hawking's Universe
Are We Alone?. As we, and Stephen Hawking, stare into the night sky at the countless billions of stars, the question arises about the likelihood of aliens. Are they out there?
08:40
Freaks of Nature
The Iceman. Dutch adventurer Wim Hof can withstand sub-zero temperatures and holds the world record for the longest ice bath. But what’s the science behind his special ability?
09:05
Freaks of Nature
The Human Submarine. William Trubridge is a double world-record-holding freediver and the first man to go beyond 100 metres unassisted, on a single breath of air.
09:30
Freaks of Nature
Volcano Man. Meet volcanologist and daredevil Geoff Mackley, who is attempting to get to the centre of an active volcano – wearing nothing more than a thin proximity suit.
09:55
Freaks of Nature
Altitude Proof. Canadian mountaineer Don Bowie climbs the world’s highest peaks without supplemental oxygen. Is he immune to the lethal effects of low air pressure known as hypoxia?
10:20
Freaks of Nature
Heatwave. The planet's hottest places are too extreme for most humans to survive. But Scott Jurek is an ultra-marathon runner who can endure running in the most extreme heat.
10:45
Freaks of Nature
Lightning. The electricity inside a lightning bolt can reach 200,000 amps; less than one amp is enough to kill. Meet Austin Richard, who claims that humans can survive this deadly power.
11:10
Freaks of Nature
Tsunami Man. The force of a single wave can destroy solid rock. Surfer Laird Hamilton has designed a board that allows him to fly over a wave – but can he match the speed of a tsunami?
11:35
Freaks of Nature
Windcheater. Winds of 60mph make it impossible to stay on your feet. But Heinz Zak is performing deadly high-wire stunts in places where winds can reach over 100mph.

Kello 12:00

12:00
Mythbusters
Bouncing Bullet. Adam and Jamie investigate a ricochet myth from a TV show. Kari, Tory and Grant test the Hollywood myth that if you jump when escaping an explosion you can surf the shockwave.
12:50
When Robots Rule
What would happen if, in the future, man and machine combined to form one super-intelligent, bionic organism? Experts investigate the consequences.
13:40
Futurescape with James Woods
Robot Revolution. James Woods goes on a journey between the present and the distant future to look at the ideas and controversies of tomorrow that are already taking shape today.
14:30
You Have Been Warned
Homemade Heroes. Count down through the world’s top 20 internet clips of home-made stunts and experiments including: a giant sling from New Zealand, Dutch rolling cars and an English wall of death!
15:20
You Have Been Warned
Human Guinea Pigs. Count down through the world’s top 20 internet clips featuring brave human guinea pigs including: the US guy who flips cars and the Russian roof to roof jump.
16:10
You Have Been Warned
Natural Born Thrillers. A countdown of exciting internet clips featuring the world’s top 20 natural born thrillers including the world’s biggest wave rider and a death-defying high board diver.
17:00
You Have Been Warned
Epic Stunts. A countdown of the world’s top 20 epic internet stunts including a Lithuanian loop-the-loop car, record-breaking free divers and the world’s longest car jump.
17:50
You Have Been Warned
Power Junkies. Witness the world's top 20 YouTube power junkies including a Neighbourhood shaking speaker system, a Tesla lightning guitar suit, human waves in Japan and a bizarre singing candle.

Kello 18:00

18:40
You Have Been Warned
Best of. Count down through the world’s top 20 internet clips of home-made stunts and experiments.
19:30
Curiosity: World's Dirtiest Man
What unseen organisms colonise our bodies? How did they get there? What do they do? Mike Rowe explores the human body in microscopic detail, examining the entities that live on us.
20:20
Freaks of Nature
Human Eclipse. Can humans use echolocation like bats? Meet Justin Louchart, a completely blind man who claims to use sound waves to see and experience the world around him.
20:45
Freaks of Nature
Magnet Man. Magnetism is a natural force, usually associated only with metal. But can humans harvest this force as well? Meet a man who claims to be a human magnet.

Kello 21:00

21:10
Mythbusters
Hail Hijinx. Can you really run and jump from a rope bridge as it is collapsing? And could a horrifying hail storm sink a boat or puncture its hull? The team investigates.
22:00
Curiosity: World's Dirtiest Man
What unseen organisms colonise our bodies? How did they get there? What do they do? Mike Rowe explores the human body in microscopic detail, examining the entities that live on us.
22:50
Monsters Inside Me
Something's Eating My Dreams. After two years of constant coughing and uncomfortable insomnia, Chris believes that death will be his only respite. Will his doctors uncover the monster inside him?
23:40
You Have Been Warned
Homemade Heroes. Count down through the world’s top 20 internet clips of home-made stunts and experiments including: a giant sling from New Zealand, Dutch rolling cars and an English wall of death!

Kello 24:00

00:30
You Have Been Warned
Human Guinea Pigs. Count down through the world’s top 20 internet clips featuring brave human guinea pigs including: the US guy who flips cars and the Russian roof to roof jump.
01:20
Curiosity: World's Dirtiest Man
What unseen organisms colonise our bodies? How did they get there? What do they do? Mike Rowe explores the human body in microscopic detail, examining the entities that live on us.
02:10
Monsters Inside Me
Something's Eating My Dreams. After two years of constant coughing and uncomfortable insomnia, Chris believes that death will be his only respite. Will his doctors uncover the monster inside him?
03:00
Mythbusters
Hail Hijinx. Can you really run and jump from a rope bridge as it is collapsing? And could a horrifying hail storm sink a boat or puncture its hull? The team investigates.
03:48
You Have Been Warned
Natural Born Thrillers. A countdown of exciting internet clips featuring the world’s top 20 natural born thrillers including the world’s biggest wave rider and a death-defying high board diver.
04:36
You Have Been Warned
Epic Stunts. A countdown of the world’s top 20 epic internet stunts including a Lithuanian loop-the-loop car, record-breaking free divers and the world’s longest car jump.