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What Could Possibly Go Wrong? 

Two men attempt some of the craziest acts in science to determine if they are possible or not.
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Kevin T. Moore Kevin T. Moore ...  Himself - Host 21 episodes, 2015
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Two men attempt some of the craziest acts in science to determine if they are possible or not.

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English

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7 February 2015 (USA) See more »

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A prova di scienza See more »

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Kevin Moore is a metallurgist and mineralogist with a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University. He was a staff scientist at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for a decade and a consultant for seven years focusing on metallurgy and welding. Kevin has welded since he was 15 and is a Certified Weld Inspector for the American Welding Society. See more »

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6 September 2015 | by xo_rocknrollrebel_oxSee all my reviews

A couple reviews state that "frenel" lenses don't exist - true, it is spelled fresnel but it is pronounced in English as fray-nel. The Fresnel lens was invented by French physicist Augustin- Jean Fresnel. The French would pronounce it freh-nehl. So please first check your knowledge of how something is spelled/pronounced. I gave this show a 10 because I'm tired of shows like Mythbusters. Kevin and Grant take failed experiments from YouTube and do it so that it DOES succeed without the damage it causes to the YouTube users. And its a limited budget. It is two buddies working out of a garage, having fun and seeing how far they can go to make something succeed. They made a 400lb concrete boat float!!! I want to know how many people can do that without knowing the science and math to make it actually work! What a breath of fresh air for a show. My whole family loves it!


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