Waves of Fire Where's My Aston Martin? Tim attempts to uncover the best tactics for making a quick getaway, with a James Bond style ejector seat experiment. Checking Out The Mods Tim shows this bunch the latest modification to his convertible. Sparking Interest Tim's next experiment is an illuminating use of liquid nitrogen. Turning Ordinary Into Extraordinary Tim wants to show some extraordinary science, using a very ordinary household light bulb and liquid nitrogen. Submersed in Mystery How will this naked filament fare when it is submerged in liquid Nitrogen, and then switched on? Glowing Nitrogen What could be causing this ominous looking glow from this container of liquid nitrogen? Breaking It Down Light bulbs contain inert gas, which surrounds the filament preventing it from contact with oxygen. Ruben's Tube Tim uses a Ruben's tube to show a visualization of a sound wave. 13 In this explosive experiment, Tim asks some friends to find the safest mix of several gases, as a substitute to a dangerous hydrogen and oxygen mix used in pioneering airships. Which ones will survive a spark, or will they all be blown sky high? Playing With Explosives Tim ventures into the desert to test the safety of various gases for use in a blimp. Hindenburg Disaster Tim recreates the tragic conditions that allowed the Hindenburg disaster; asking his friends to mix different gases to find the safest airship. Butane Blimp Bust Here, we see the explosive properties of Butane.