Join Erik Trinidad in this award-winning travel web series with a scientific and anthropological twist, where he aims to answer questions about the world you didn't even know you had.

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Also on television on
Discovery Science Channel's Outrageous Acts of Science and Discovery Channel International's You Have Been Warned!

Travel FilmFest 2017


Why would you make a house out of poop?

Kaokoland, Namibia

How can the geology of Dominica help cook spaghetti?

Morne Trois Pitons National Park, Dominica

Extended scene: Cooking with Daria: Callaloo

Can the heat of a volcano be used to power holiday lights?

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, Hawai'i, USA

How many chickens are in Chicken, Alaska?

Chicken, Alaska, USA

Deleted scene: How Chicken, AK Got Its Name

How can you make lichens smile?

Skeleton Coast, Namibia

Is it cold enough to turn boiling water into snow?

Girardville, Québec, Canada

How can a man prepare himself to dance through fire without getting burned?

East New Britain, Papua New Guinea

Can a finger really be used to stop a leaky dike?

The Netherlands

Can the power of the sun pour me a cocktail at a height of 72 ft.?

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Can a really powerful electromagnet cut through a piece of cheese?

CERN, near Geneva, Switzerland

Will a 14 lb. bowling ball float in the dead sea?

Mineral Beach, Israel