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More Dangerous Kids

My car had a flat tire. When you get a flat tire, you might as well make something useful of it – right? As I was jacking the car up, I had a great idea. Use this for one of my “Spoof Science” videos. The only problem is that this takes a ton of work…

ScienceBlogs: What if…

In regards to the recent PepsiCo blog situation (you know the one I mean), I wasn’t going to say much. First, because Chad did a good job at expressing my views (without me even telling him ). Second, I am just happy to be at ScienceBlogs – I had been kicked off two servers and…

More ESPN Sport Science Goodness

Let me be clear. I am not really an attacker. If someone wrote a report about ski jumping or something and misused the word “momentum”, no big deal. However, if you have a show that claims to be about SCIENCE and you are obviously putting a lot of money into this show AND a whole…

Sport Science, Pulling and Friction

Forgive me for all the posts on ESPN’s Sport Science (example: Pulling and Power). I can’t help myself. In the short episode recently, Sport Science compared a football player pulling a sled with huge tires on it to a truck pulling stuff. I think their goal was to compare the power per kg from for…

I can pull more than 3000 POUNDS!

Note: This is part of my ongoing attack of ESPN’s show Sport Science. Really, I am continuing to look at the episode where they calculate a football player can produce 57,000 Watts by pulling some stuff. Wait…I don’t want to limit my stuff to Sport Science. I see this stuff all the time. The problem…

Looks like the show Sport Science (on ESPN) might take the place of Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman as the target of my bad-science attacks. Note: it looks like ESPN has the short episode I will be attacking online, so check it out. Let me start off with the big problem (which The Onion already talked…