The myth that Adam Savage would never return to MythBusters has officially been … well, you get it. The Discovery science franchise will spawn yet another spinoff, as Savage returns to guide a new generation of science-minded kids to bust their own myths.
This is not a joke. Although it may not seem possible to make such a mistake, it turns out that truth is stranger than fiction! Toy poodles being sold for $150 at an outdoor bazaar in Buenos Aires turned out to actually be two ferrets that were hopped up on steroids and given grooming on their hair to make them look like poodles.
A "MythBusters" experiment went awry Tuesday when the Discovery Channel's crew missed its target, and sent a cantaloupe-sized cannonball flying through a Dublin, California neighborhood.
Amazingly no one was hurt or killed, but check out the incredible path of destruction, and watch the news story after the jump.
That didn't take long. The Discovery Channel is working on a tribute to Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs, who passed away last week. The special will be hosted by "Mythbusters" stars Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman. "iGenius: How Steve Jobs Changed The World" airs this Sunday, October 16th at 9pm.
As a kid I was never that fascinated by outer space, I became very interested in the concept when NASA began the shuttle program. As a tribute to the retired program, 2,000 NASA workers got together to form a human shuttle; it took more than an hour to get all the workers in place. You can watch the whole thing in less than two minutes, after the jump.
NASA plans to launch Space Shuttle Discovery on its final mission today at 4:50 pm from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. CNN put together this cool video montage of all 132 previous Shuttle Launches. Read more to see the video.