Remember those videos on the Internet of the knuckleheads attaching rockets to skateboards and the like? Remember how funny they were? Well, tonight the Science Channel has the premiere of What Could Possibly Go Wrong?, the series that seeks to answer the question that underlies each of those videos (no, not “how could somebody be so stupid?”), what actually went wrong? Tune in at 10:00 to get the answer.
The first season finale of What Could Possibly Go Wrong?, the show that looks at the science behind failed Internet videos (you know, like the knuckleheads who put a rocket engine to a skateboard) is on the Science Channel at 10:00.
The Science Channel has the documentary, What Lies Beneath: Roman Empire, at 10:00. The show follows University of Alabama at Birmingham Associate Professor of Anthropology Sarah Parcak’s months-long trek across Rome’s expansive ancient kingdom as she uncovers long-buried sites she identified from space using remote-sensing technology.