Some articles on build team, build:
... Busted The Build Team dropped a Simulaid from a plane at a height of 4,000 feet (1,200 m) and measured the amount of time it took for it to hit the ground ... The Build Team concluded that it was impossible to have a conversation in freefall ... Confirmed The Build Team first performed several small scale tests using wind tunnels, and demonstrated that objects with a greater surface area do in fact have a slower ...
... Original airdate May 20, 2009 Adam, Jamie, and the Build Team joined forces to investigate a puzzling seesaw myth ... This is the second myth in which the Mythbusters and the Build Team bust a myth together Myth statement Status Notes A skydiver whose parachute fails to open can hit the high end of a playground seesaw, landing on ... The Build Team was brought in to determine the terminal velocity, based on one specific type of skydiving suit and the diver's body position ...
... The Build Team tested whether or not a person can escape prison (in this case, climbing down the face of the Alameda County Courthouse) by using a rope made out of.. ... However, despite that issue, the Build Team declared the myth plausible ... However, the Build Team declared the myth plausible since getting the necessary amount of hair to create a rope would be extremely impractical ...
... Confirmed The Build Team took a regular potato cannon and a cannon constructed with duct tape and fired them repeatedly to compare their performance ... as the distance they were fired, the Build Team concluded that both the duct tape and glue potato cannons were essentially identical...be used to build a fully functional cannon ...
Famous quotes containing the words team and/or build:
“giving a nod, up the chimney he rose.
He sprang to his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,
And away they all flew like the down of a thistle,
But I heard him exclaim, ere he drove out of sight,
Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night.”
—Clement Clarke Moore (17791863)
“No man who acts from a sense of duty ever puts the lesser duty above the greater. No man has the desire and the ability to work on high things, but he has also the ability to build himself a high staging.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)