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Top Ten Things We've Learned From Mythbusters
(submitted by Helix)
If you keep revisiting "the proof is in the pudding" myth, you had better be eating fat free pudding.
All urban myths are true if you're willing to add a couple of pounds of C4.
(No Dear I didn't, Major Tom)
When the job is too stupid and dangerous for even a professional, make someone from the build team do it.
If it smells, it's biology; if it's exploding, it's chemistry; if doesnt work it's physics.
Remote control cars can be a 1972 Chevy Monte Carlo.
It's acceptable to do incredibly stupid things for the sake of determining whether someone else could have pulled it off.
"Don't try this at home" leaves a loop-hole for trying it some place else.
If you're missing an eyebrow, it's been a good day at the office.
It's OK to have a geeky mustache if you can blow stuff up on TV.
Everything can be made to explode. Everything.
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