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‘Mythbusters’ to Do ‘Breaking Bad’ Episode with Aaron Paul and Vince Gilligan: Yeah Science!

Yeah, Mr. Savage!  Yeah, Mr. Hyneman!  It what will surely turn out to be the news of the week (discounting that whole Disney 'Star Wars' thing), it seems that the science of 'Breaking Bad' will finally be put to the test, as 'Mythbusters' is set to tackle the AMC meth drama series in an upcoming episode.  Series creator Vince Gilligan and star Aaron Paul will even take part in the episode, but which of 'Breaking Bad's infamous scientific scenes will the 'Mythbusters' put to the test?

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Robert T. Longway Planetarium in Flint, MI (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
Robert T. Longway Planetarium in Flint, MI (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Astronomer Richard Walker (Longway Planetarium), Rhonda Groves Young (Stir The Imagination), Actor/comedian Joe Nipote (Viper, Casper/Joe Nipote's comedySLAM) and documentary filmmaker Fritz Heede ("Ceasar's Messiah: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus") on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday October 2 beginning at 6 p

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Get Off the Couch or Risk Getting Kidney Disease, Says Science

Mom always told you to stop watching so much TV, get up off the couch and exercise more or you become a bum, right? Well, a new study by British researchers has uncovered something else that couch potatoes may need to be concerned about: kidney disease.

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Category: Health, Science
Meteorologist/Author Bill Evans (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
Meteorologist/Author Bill Evans (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Emmy award winning meteorologist and NY Times best selling author Bill Evans talks about weather and his book "It's Raining Fish and Spiders" on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday September 18 beginning at 6 p

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Robert T. Longway Planetarium (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
Robert T. Longway Planetarium (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Richard Walker (Longway Planetarium) and Aileen England (Bikes on the Bricks) are among the guests featured on The Tom Sumner Program Thursday September 6 beginning at 6 p.m.

Fitness guru Dan Houston pictured here with his wife (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
Fitness guru Dan Houston pictured here with his wife (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Government regulation of fast food and other health related topis are featured with guests fitness guru Dan Houston and Tai Chi instructor Johnny Dayonot on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday September 4 beginning at 6 p

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Book cover photo courtesy of Facebook
Book cover photo courtesy of Facebook
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Photo journalist and author Ellis Anderson remembers Katrina on the anniversary as the Gulf coast prepares for Isaac. Here her LIVE from Bay St. Louis, Mississippi on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday August 27 beginning at 6 p

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CBS
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Bill Nye the Science Guy vs. Creationism: ‘I’m Not Attacking Religion’

Bill Nye the Science Guy has taken the internet by storm with Twitter rumors that he was killed in a balloon accident (sparked by The Onion) and his new Web series for Big Think. Most recently, however, our favorite childhood TV scientist sparked a lively debate through his video blog, pitting science against creationism, and America, obviously, had something to say about it.

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Chris Hendrickson, Getty Images
Chris Hendrickson, Getty Images
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Scientists Find Disturbing Link Between Drought and Suicide

There appears to be a creepy correlation between extended periods of drought and high rates of suicide.

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Do You Support a Manned Flight to Mars? — Survey of the Day

Mars is in the news these days thanks to the Curiosity rover which recently landed on the red planet. The goal of the six-wheeled robot is to find signs of life on Mars, and NASA also hopes that its 23 month mission will increase public awareness of the space program.

But will it rekindle interest in sending a manned mission to Mars?

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