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  1. Netflix is making the equivilant of Mythbusters 2. Yay. I've been needing a mythbusters fix and I'm glad these 3 are coming back to entertain us. Source: Deadline
  2. http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/mythbusters-cannon-ball-accident-caused-by-unforeseen-bounce/2011/12/08/gIQABK68fO_story.html Click the link to see the video. This article is a bit old, December 8th 2011, but its for the current season in production. Its pretty messed up that someone could have been killed by a stray cannon ball, but at the same time, those ppl were living right next to a bomb range.
  3. http://gizmodo.com/5663836/the-incredible-case-of-the-spinning-bullet-on-ice [ame] [/ame]What do you think? Real or Fake? I could see them faking this by setting up some magnets under the ice and planting a bullet there, shoot the gun, then activate the magnet to watch the magic bullet spin. But then again, maybe its real... but I don't see how the bullet doesn't take any impact damage. If shooting a bullet at a concrete wall or even into water can cause the bullet to deform, how do these bullets retain their shape and spin so perfectly? Yay for mythbusters.