Over four GÇÿScience of StupidGÇÖ Specials, Richard Hammond presents the show that combines cold hard science with some of the craziest, most spectacular and painful user generated clips ever recorded. Every episode features clips of misadventure GÇô ordinary folk and animals making extraordinary mistakes, situations gone wrong, then paused, re-wound, and re-played and analysed to determine exactly what went wrong and why. Cats: What is it about a catGÇÖs leap that leaves humans for dust? Richard shows us the only way he can, through videos of cute kittens doing amazing things GÇªand humans doing what they do bestGÇª putting the GÇÿstupidGÇÖ in science! Dogs: An episode dedicated to our wet nosed, floppy eared companions, where Richard sniffs out the scientific explanations behind canine calamities and doggy disasters. ManGÇÖs best friend but their own worst enemy! Christmas: Ho Ho Ho oh no! The things we do to ourselves in the festive season is just downright silly, harmful and idioticGÇª but also hilarious! Richard shows us with science how to escape the festive season without a bruise or broken bone in sight! Wild: We travel the globe in search of all creatures great and small, to find out if theyGÇÖre intellectual beasts or theyGÇÖre just as daft as we are! ItGÇÖs a wild scientific safari. Richard explains the physics, chemistry, and biology at work in these situations and more, to enlighten us, and entertain us, on the GÇÿScience of Stupid SpecialsGÇÖ!
National Geographic: The Science of Stupid - The Specials
This is misadventure explained. This is the Science of Stupid.