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Pinckney 10 month s ago
mb was not really scientifically well-founded - more like a good entertainment show.
       
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Sarah 10 month s ago
Pinckney,

you are saying what we see on tv is not all true???
       
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Epsey 10 month s ago
#1 Key is "multiple layers of lenses in the scope".

Carlos Hathcock killed a Vietnamese sniper known as "Cobra" by shooting straight through Cobra's scope. The scope Cobra used (an old Mosin-Nagant as I recall) had fewer lenses than the scope used in the original MythBusters episode.

MythBusters later retested and admitted that it was "plausible".
       
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Kathy 10 month s ago
#8 It just so happens that your friend here is only MOSTLY dead. There's a big difference between mostly dead and all dead. Mostly dead is slightly alive.
       
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Louis 10 month s ago
Kathy,

Truuue Bloooove
       
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Drea 10 month s ago
#17 I'm just really impressed by Connery's bulge.
       
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Dropping a Penny Off the Empire State Building Can Kill Someone

 

The guys debunked the myth that someone can drop a penny off the top of the Empire State Building and kill someone, as the penny would be traveling at terminal velocity (65 mph) as if fired from a rifle, so please folks, stop trying.

 

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