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  • What Beatboxing Looks Like in Super Slow Motion

    Pay attention, high school physics teachers

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  • Electrocute Your Nerves To Music

    Watch Tara turn Anthony and Alex into puppets using a hacked TENS unit!

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  • Amplifying Bubbles with Fire, Fog, and Lube

    Watch Anthony and Tara take bubbles to the next level with fire and dry ice!

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  • Trick Your Brain to Feel High

    WATCH OUTTAKES HERE: http://testtube.com/hardscienceextras Join Tara, Anthony and special guest Trisha Hershberger from Sourcefed as they trick their senses!

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  • Lighting Anthony on Fire with Science

    WATCH OUTTAKES HERE: http://testtube.com/hardscienceextras One of Tara's biggest dreams comes true - she gets to light Anthony on fire! Luckily, Anthony has science on his side.

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  • Visualizing Dubstep with a Tube of Fire

    WATCH OUTTAKES HERE: http://testtube.com/hardscienceextras Watch Anthony and Tara get down with dancing flames after they make their own Rubens' Tube.

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  • Floating on $20 Cardboard Boats

    It's battle of the boats as Tara and Anthony pair off with Patrick Norton and Michael Hand of DIY Tryin' to see if cardboard really can hold and float two people in water.

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  • Blasting Household Items with a Ping Pong Cannon - Hard Science

    <p>WATCH OUTTAKES HERE: <a href="http://testtube.com/hardscienceextras/ping-pong-cannon-outtakes" target="_blank">http://testtube.com/hardscienceextras/ping-pong-cannon-outtakes</a></p> <p>Think a ping pong ball is harmless? Think again. Join Anthony and Tara as they create a ping pong ball vacuum cannon that packs quite a punch!</a></p>

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  • Making Fractal Patterns with Electricity

    Watch Anthony and Tara slow down mini lightning bolts and make Lichtenberg Figures in wood!

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  • How Chemicals Change Your Voice - Hard Science

    Michael Thurber from cdza teaches Tara and Anthony to become instant musicians with the aid of gaseous chemicals!

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