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Everyone knows that in the world of science, experiments where stuff explodes typically garner an exceptional amount of attention from the usual gaggle sleeping C students.

This teacher, however, wanted to get the most bang for his buck and may have taken his frustrations about low pay and a crappy parking spot out on the building's only source of drinking water that doesn't taste like rusty ass.

Liberated from the teacher's lounge, it now rests on this classroom floor in fiery pieces of awesomeness.

Tonight On AOTS: Comedian Horatio Sanz Co-Hosts All Week!

Comedian and "Saturday Night Live" alum Horatio Sanz kicks off week-long Attack of the Show co-hosting duties with Candace Bailey! Tonight they'll talk with "Alphas" actress Azita Ghanizada and review the Nikon 1 J1 Digital Camera. Plus, Horatio gets the latest in bizarre science news, Candace descends upon post-apocalyptic party "Wasteland Weekend" and of course The Feed with Sara Underwood and Around the Net! Tune in tonight 7/6c.

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The historic, stratospheric, sound-barrier-breaking leap of Felix Baumgartner captured the imaginations of millions everywhere...and inspired them to chug Red Bulls.

However, as cool as the awe-inspiring event was, it's all the more cool when, to paraphrase the stoner movement, you "Legoize It."

Sit back and be impressed by this achievement in stop-motion and be glad you didn't have to step on any of them.

Flaming Shots End Badly

Posted October 3, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Warning: Bad Language.

College does seem to be the time to experiment with things with which science sure as hell does not need you experimenting. In this case, the world is pretty much already at a consensus about what happens when you knock-back a flaming drink; at least one that didn't come from Moe's Tavern.

From this point on, the only involvement with Everclear these guys are qualified to have is when they're listening to 90's alternative bands.

Tonight 7/6c On AOTS: Excused Host Iliza Shlesinger And New Light Speed Science!

Dave Holmes continues his week of co-hosting duties with Sara Underwood, welcoming comedian Iliza Shlesinger to the show to talk her hosting duties on dating game Excused. They'll also get details on new warp drive possibilities for defeating light speed, deliver another round of DVDuesday with Chris Gore and more! Tune in tonight to Attack of the Show at 7/6c.

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Lava Vs. Ice: The Ultimate Showdown

Posted September 11, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

It's a classic case of the unstoppable force meeting the immovable object.

Researchers at Syracuse University study the interaction between lava and ice because...well, quite frankly, it's damn awesome and cancer research is overrated. (/cheapshot)

Now witness an epic battle of wills and science when molten lava (the weapon that destroyed the Ring of Power,) is poured on to a 6" thick, 3.5' x 10' sheet of ice.

Tonight On AOTS: Bill Nye The Science Guy, Comedian Dave Hill & Michael Ian Black Co-Hosts Again!

Michael Ian Black and Candace Bailey return for a new Attack of the Show, and tonight they talk to Bill Nye the Science Guy on The Loop about speaking out against teaching creationism, and comedian Dave Hill visits for his new book, Tasteful Nudes. Also, is the Samsung Series 6 plasma TV worth the $1,600 price tag? Tune in tonight 7/6c for more!

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The legend of Nikola Tesla continues to live on through the power of music. And viral videos. And primarily songs you like to drunk karaoke to.

For more viral videos, watch Around the Net on Attack of the Show every weeknight at 7/6c!

Neil Armstrong Apparently Had Other Firsts

Besides taking "one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," the late Neil Armstrong apparently also broke other barriers that may or may not have existed.

Thank you, Hindustan Times, for digging deep and hard to find another angle in what otherwise would have been a fluff story about an American hero.


Astronomy Genius Chimes In

Posted August 23, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Astronomy Genius Chimes In

Come on! Everyone knows that Mars doesn't have a sun...anymore.

Not after Arnold Schwarzenegger and his Kuato buddy came around and wrecked everything with guns, explosions, and bad puns, knocking Mars off its axis into its sun, bouncing it like a celestial 8-ball away into the cosmos.

Geez! Pick up a science book!


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