Todd Sampson tries to defy the deadly power of fire and dives into a blazing-hot inferno. With nothing but a thin layer of water to protect him, science could mean the difference between life and death.
Todd Sampson releases a wrecking ball inches from his face in a dangerous experiment that tests the science of energy. As it hurtles back at him at 15 miles an hour, Todd must trust science to stop the wrecking ball before it crushes him.
Todd Sampson takes a deadly leap of faith. In a dangerous bungee jump, his life depends on the strength of two phone books whose individual pages are weaved together that tether Todd to the bungee cord.
Todd Sampson tries to defy gravity by scaling a 13-story building with nothing more than two vacuum cleaners strapped to his back. In this difficult experiment, the invisible force of air pressure could mean the difference between life and death.
Risking it all in the name of physics, Todd Sampson goes up against one of the world's deadliest weapons. Facing an AK-47 rifle underwater, he must trust the extraordinary power of resistance to stop the bullet before it hits him.