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Bang Goes The Theory 4: Episode 3

Updated Thursday 7th July 2011

In the latest episode of the series, the team look at a 1000mph car, make homemade glues and puzzle commuters with an optical illusion.

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In the latest episode of the series, the team take on more scientific challenges. Dallas goes supersonic and meets the team behind a 1000mph car. Jem looks at what makes stuff sticky and makes homemade glues to test out on the other presenters, and Dr Yan puzzles commuters with an optical illusion.

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