Beakman's World (1992– )
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Asked "who invented metal?", Beakman explains that while tin, copper and iron are occur naturally, steel is one which is man?made. Noting that efficient steel?making became possible in the ... See full summary »

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Asked "who invented metal?", Beakman explains that while tin, copper and iron are occur naturally, steel is one which is man?made. Noting that efficient steel?making became possible in the 1800's, he then introduces steel magnate Andrew Carnegie to explain. After flaunting his enormous wealth, Carnegie shows how iron ore is melted to remove its oxygen and the remaining molten iron is used to make various kinds of steel. For "Beakmania," Beakman reveals the reason dogs walk in circles before lying down (watching for predators); the number of rivets in the Eiffel Tower (2.5 million); the number of stars visible in the clear night sky (three thousand); and that, pound for pound, a baby eats four times as much as an average adult. During the "Beakman Challenge," Lester brings on their old friend Scratchy the Chicken as Beakman asks his sidekick to make a piece of paper with only one side. Though Lester insists it cannot be done, Scratchy uses a strip of paper and some tape to construct a ... Written by Anonymous

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2 December 1995 (USA)  »

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