Nigel tests conductivity by putting electricity through a small child, we see what kind of destruction a whole lot of amps can do, and what small electric shocks do to a human - as well as big electric shocks - when Nigel tries to survive a lightning bolt.
In this episode Nigel looks at the Science of Extreme Weather. Does a hat really make a difference in the freezing cold? Should you walk or run in the rain if you want to stay dry? And what happens when Nigel gets hit with hurricane speed winds?
In this episode Nigel crashes a small, modern car into in a large, heavy, old car to find out which one you and your family would be better off in. Are you better to trust all the science behind a five star safety rating or all the metal in a really big, old car?
Nigel's mission: To explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations to boldly go where no television presenter, has gone before. With the help of actual Rocket Scientists, Nigel attempts to be the first New Zealander in space.
In this episode Nigel takes on Galileo and tests the Law of Gravity by jumping out of a perfectly good plane with an orange to see which will hit the ground first.
In this episode Nigel shows us the science of exactly what it takes to start a fire and experiences firsthand what it's like to be inside a burning house... by burning down a house.
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