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  • Volume, Mass and Density
    Episode 122 mins
    Phil builds his human-sized tinfoil boat wrong several times before he figures it out.
  • Newton's 3rd Law
    Episode 222 mins
    Newton's 3rd law: "For every action there's an equal and opposite reaction."
  • Elastic Energy
    Episode 322 mins
    Phil uses all he knows about elastic energy to build a full-size catapult that hurls pumpkins.
  • Friction
    Episode 422 mins
    Phil tries to reduce friction as much as he can; he also tries to increase it enough to climb walls.
  • How You Build It
    Episode 522 mins
    Phil builds a bridge out of pasta; building with blocks; making a strong sand castle.
  • Magnets
    Episode 622 mins
    Phil tries to build a platform, on which he can levitate, out of magnets; magnet sculptures.
  • Chemistry
    Episode 722 mins
    Phil adds more ingredients in the classic baking soda and vinegar volcano experiment.
  • Pressure
    Episode 822 mins
    Phil makes a rocket out of plastic bottles; crushing a steel drum with air pressure.
  • Simple Machines
    Episode 922 mins
    Phil gives himself super strength using the power of simple machines to move.
  • Solids, Liquids and Gasses
    Episode 1022 mins
    Solid, liquid, gas and all the things in-between; what's in between?
  • Air and Flight
    Episode 1122 mins
    Then Phil tries to make a giant paper airplane to see if it will fly.
  • Balance
    Episode 1222 mins
    Phil test whether staying put or using something that spin is better for balance.
  • Drag Racer
    Episode 1322 mins
    Phil builds a dragster powered by inertia, then tries to max it out to a dragster he can ride.
  • Electromagnet
    Episode 122 mins
    Phil attempts to make a strong electromagnet; Phil tries to get to the North Pole.
  • Loudest Sound
    Episode 222 mins
    Phil tries to bend the power of sound by making the loudest sound he can.
  • Stomp Rocket
    Episode 322 mins
    Phil uses air pressure to break through a piece of wood and makes a vortex cannon.
  • Water Car
    Episode 422 mins
    A home-made water-powered car gets maxed out to a 500 litre version.
  • Earthquake-Proof
    Episode 522 mins
    An earthquake-proof tower, getting sucked into sand, cookie towers and a table made of people.
  • Hot Air Balloon
    Episode 622 mins
    Phil experiments with a homemade hot air balloon, dry ice, and a tub of ice water.
  • Sugar Cube Bridge
    Episode 722 mins
    Building an arched bridge with sugar that's strong enough to walk across.
  • Hoop Glider
    Episode 822 mins
    Defying gravity is Phil's mission, but maxing out a hoop glider proves to be harder than it seems.
  • Generating Electricity
    Episode 922 mins
    Phil tries to find out how much power can be generated by one human being.
  • Vibrobot
    Episode 1022 mins
    Vibration is the idea behind a shaky vibrobot, one maxed out enough so Phil can ride it.
  • Spool Racer
    Episode 1122 mins
    A spool racer made from one giant cable spool; a run of giant dominoes.
  • Light Challenge
    Episode 1222 mins
    Phil gets challenged to use light to solve a puzzle that gets more and more difficult.
  • Lightning
    Episode 1322 mins
    Exploring how lightning bolts are always caused by static electricity.
  • Trebuchet
    Episode 121 mins
    Phil uses a trebuchet to hurl pumpkins and explains the history of the giant, lever-based catapult.
  • Hydraulics
    Episode 221 mins
    Using a small, syringe-powered hydraulic arm, Phil learns how to use hydraulics to crush stuff.
  • Rotation
    Episode 321 mins
    Phil experiments with the Magnus effect, gyroscopic precession and pushing string.
  • Geodesic Dome
    Episode 421 mins
    Phil tries to make domes, gets the record in cup-stacking and builds a cube of pencils.
  • Slime
    Episode 521 mins
    Phil demonstrates how many things are made out of long chains of molecules.
  • Antacid Rocket
    Episode 621 mins
    Phil makes rockets using antacid tablets and water; Phil uses chemistry to make light.
  • Pumpkin Drop
    Episode 721 mins
    Phil conducts an egg drop experiment, with pumpkins.
  • Gravity Boat
    Episode 821 mins
    Phil tries to max out a boat that propels itself using nothing but water and gravity.
  • Friction Slide
    Episode 921 mins
    Phil conducts experiments that involve friction.
  • Mousetrap Boat
    Episode 1021 mins
    Phil explores how to make things go using propulsion and inertia.
  • Air Surfing
    Episode 1121 mins
    Air is a fluid, just like water that can be surfed on with a tumblewing.
  • Nucleation Fountain
    Episode 1221 mins
    Experiments include mixing diet cola with mints, pulling an egg into a flash, and more.
  • Rube Goldberg Machine
    Episode 1321 mins
    Phil builds a Rube Goldberg machine and learns a lot about different kinds of forces.

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