Mythbusters

Mythbusters

The Explosive Truth Behind 30 of the Most Perplexing Urban Legends of All Time

Book - 2005
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Special effects experts and hosts of Discovery Channel's MythBusters use modern-day science to show what's real and what's fiction, providing the explosive truth behind the 30 most perplexing urban legends of all time.
Publisher: New York : Simon Spotlight Entertainment, c2005.
ISBN: 9781416909293
141690929X
Characteristics: 205 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Zimmerman, Kent 1953-

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JCLDianeH Jul 18, 2013

If you like science, urban legends, and humor, Mythbusters is the show for you. In this book, some of the favorite myths are explored, from how they got started to the results. Included are comments from the show’s hosts – Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage – as well as from the show’s producer/creator – Peter Rees. Mythbusters first aired on the Discovery channel in 2003 and is still delighting and educating people of all ages. For those of you who are already fans, you might enjoy the first part of the book which gives brief descriptions of how Jamie and Adam ended up as co-hosts on this fun and informative show.

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Charmed101
Jun 05, 2012

I book is awsome just like the show

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