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Cannibal Mouse: The MythBusters Episode You'll Never See

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Uploaded on May 28, 2010

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2010/05/22/Adam_Savage...

"MythBusters" co-host Adam Savage recalls using mice to test the old adage about the cereal box being more nutritious than the sugary cereal inside it. While Savage and co-host Jamie Hyneman found the surprising results hilarious, Discovery Channel disagreed and banned the episode.

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Adam Savage Presents Problem Solving: How I Do It at Maker Faire Bay Area 2010. This program was recorded in San Mateo, CA, on May 22, 2010.

Adam Savage has spent his life gathering skills that allow him to take what's in his brain and make it real. He's built everything from ancient Buddhas to futuristic weapons, from spaceships to dancing vegetables, from fine art sculptures to animated chocolate and just about anything else you can think of.

Since 1993, Adam has concentrated on the special-effects industry, honing his skills through more than 100 television commercials and a dozen feature films, including Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace and Episode II: Attack of the Clones, Galaxy Quest, Terminator 3, A.I. and the Matrix sequels. He's also designed props and sets for Coca-Cola, Hershey's, Lexus and a host of New York and San Francisco theater companies. Not only has he worked and consulted in the research and development division for toy companies and made several short films, but Adam has also acted in several films and commercials -- including a Charmin ad, in which he played Mr. Whipple's stock boy, and a Billy Joel music video, "Second Wind," in which he drowns.

Today, in addition to co-hosting Discovery Channel's MythBusters, Adam teaches advanced model making, most recently in the industrial design department at the San Francisco Academy of Art. Somehow he also finds time to devote to his own art. His sculptures have been showcased in over 40 shows in San Francisco, New York and Charleston, W.Va.

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