Would-be parents are often left in the dark during the early stages of IVF treatment. But this Australian innovation attempts to bring them closer.
Phil starts with a balloon-powered hover disc, then tries to make a maxed-out version big enough to ride. In fact, why not make two and then race them? Phil also tries to use the power of friction to climb the walls and even fly.
Phil builds a balloon powered car in the lab. Then he tries to make one big enough to ride. Plus, Newton's Cradle out of bowling balls, how guinea pigs got their name and Newton's third law.
The old 'vinegar and baking soda volcano' needs an overhaul. What happens if we use 60 times as much? What about using 100 percent acid? What about even more reactive chemicals? Plus, Phil coats his whole outfit in hydrophobic spray and gets in the pool. Will he stay dry? Find out!
In the first episode, Todd travels to the Gaza Strip. He arrives during the March of Return protests where to date, over 28,000 people have been injured and 280 killed in the weekly protests.
We eat mealworms, drive in an electric self-driving car, and calculate your carbon footprint. All this and more on this episode, where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.