Science of the Day: Mythbusters Explain Gorilla Glass in Promo for Corning

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Corning, the company that makes the glass used on many smartphones, has hired the Mythbusters as pitchmen to explain the technology behind their product and of course, try to smash it.

In the videos, they dub this era "The Glass Age," and go into a bit about the history of the material.

They also discuss a new thinner and more flexible glass product called Willow Glass, which is expected to be incorporated into products for consumers in 2016.

You can watch Part 2 below:

Epic Rap Battle of the Day: Ghostbusters vs. Mythbusters

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It's the battle of the busters!

The latest edition of the YouTube series "Epic Rap Battles of History" positions Ray, Peter, Egon and Winston against Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman with surprises guests the B-Team and Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.

Farewell of the Day: Tory Belleci, Kari Byron, and Grant Imahara are Leaving MythBusters

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Photo of the Day: Adam Savage's Recursive Photos With a Young Fan

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Photo of the Day: Adam Savage's Recursive Photos With a Young Fan
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"This is the awesome Silvia. She's come to Maker Faire and taken a photo with me holding last year's pic for 5 years!"

Titanic Door Death Gets MythBusted of the Day

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Titanic Door Death Gets MythBusted of the Day
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After a series of fan-made images reignited the old "Jack could have lived" debate, the MythBusters decided to settle the score.

The result? James Cameron was wrong! It's completely plausible that Jack and Rose could have co-existed peacefully on that giant floating door. Watch as Adam and Jamie tell Cameron himself just how much he screwed up.

Reasonable Man of the Day

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Mythbuster Adam Savage delivers a rousing speech on reason and the progress-sustaining byproducts thereof at Saturday's Reason Rally in DC.

Money: "Everything that we have that makes our lives possible exists because human beings have tested the things they've found in their surroundings, made predictions based on those tests, and then improved upon them. This is reason: The human capacity to make sense of the world."

[fark.]