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10 Mar

Behind-The-Scenes At SXSW: What Really Happened At I F---ing Love Science Channel

If you didn't make it to SXSW Interactive this year or you attended SXSW but didn't come to the I F---ing Love Science Channel party (and why not?!), don't worry. We've got you covered with some of our favorite photos from the night so that even if you weren't there, you can pretend you were a VIP guest.

Basically, we are all now best friends with Bill Nye.

(Oh, and in case you missed our HUGE new show news, check it out here.)

Presenting I F---ing Love Science Channel: The Recap.


The gang's all here: Kari Byron, Elise Andrew, Bill Nye, Eugene Mirman, Hakeem Oluseyi and Tory Belleci


Kari tests liquid nitrogen before the show

We can all agree that "the Elvis of Science" is the perfect nickname for Bill Nye, right?

And, in case you missed the exclusive new show news:

More on that here!

If you attended I F---ing Love Science Channel, we'd love to hear about your experience!

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30 Oct

Get Interactive with "MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition"

Meet the star of the show, Buster, as he rests in his chair after flying over 200 feet, propelled by fireworks in a recent MythBusters episode.

Chances are that at some point while watching Jamie and Adam do crazy experiments on MythBusters, you kind of wished you had their job. Let’s face it, it doesn’t get much better than making a living off playing with explosives, dropping pennies from the Empire State Building and feeding giant octopuses – all in the name of science.

MythBusters VIDEO: Best of Household Myths 

While we can’t all be mad scientists, there’s nothing stopping you from testing out some of MythBuster’s most popular experiments at the “MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition,” now open at The Tech Museum in San Jose, Calif. Unlike other exhibitions, this one encourages visitors to interact with the props that were taken right out of the show and find out for themselves whether something is a myth or a fact.

As the show’s co-host Grant Imahara explained it during the exhibit's opening ceremony, “you’re going to be dodging bullets, hanging by your fingertips [and] driving blind.” But that's only part of it. 

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