National Geographic – Channel Science of Stupid is a comedic television series on the National Geographic Channel. The show is hosted by Richard Hammond (Manish Paul in India and Ramon Bautista in South East Asia). The first episode aired on 21 July 2014. In this show, science of action is described in several different daily routine activity like sports, stunts, adventures etc. Science of Stupid shows some funny videos and explain science behind them. The motto of the show is “Learn the science behind the action and remain safe”. The videos are normally recorded by commerce students who do not have any knowledge about science. The second season of the show started airing from 2nd March 2015.
Paul’s and Bautista’s versions of the show have basically the same content as Hammond’s, but with narrations entirely in Hindi and English – National Geographic Channel with occasional Filipino respectively. – National Geographic – Channel
Science of Stupid – Season 1, Episode 12 (National Geographic)
Science of Stupid – Season 1, Episode 12
Science of Stupid – Richard Hammond
Science of Stupid – National Geographic
Science of Stupid – Funny
Science of Stupid – 2014
Science of Stupid
This is the show that combines cold hard science with some of the craziest, most spectacular and painful user generated clips ever recorded. Richard Hammond introduces all manner of mishaps featuring brave, if misguided individuals from around the world and then explains the science behind their failure and humiliation with the use of bespoke animations and super slo-mo cinematography. Each week we show between 50 and 60 clips of misadventure – ordinary folk making extraordinary mistakes. Each episode will feature several themes such as weightlifting, shooting guns or jumping over cars and each theme will be paused, re-wound, and re-played as we analyze exactly what went wrong and why. Richard Hammond explains the physics, chemistry and biology at play; he will present forensic detail to explain the stupidity that resulted in failure. He’ll look at everything including weight, volume, momentum, combustion and even how the brain operates. This is misadventure explained. This is Science of Stupid.
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