The discovery channel airs a program called "mythbusters" which\ninvestigates the reality of myths. The two hosts, who claim to have 30\nyears of experience as dunce, uh I mean stunt, men, some times leaves me\nwondering of their honesty. And intelligence.\n\nSo on tonight's show the two clowns are jumping into a dumpster ?\nOH please. Like this scene is so old it's pathetic. I mean like these guys\nnever did this as stunt guys before? Yeah right.\n\nSo off to go stunt school they go? Huh? "We're professionals. We have\nexperience!". At what?\nLike I've seen people jump out of helicopters onto airbags from 200 feet or\nmore. The show wastes over 10 minutes of time of them looking around at\nvarious materials found in dumpsters. Like who cares? \n\nOk so finally it comes time for them to actually jump. Onto an airbag from\na mere 13 feet. Hell, I used to do that as a kid. \n\nThey routinely their assistant "dummy" and hook him up with all kinds of\ngadgets. The one host concludes from the data, "From a 20 foot fall you\nwould generate 11.4g's..........".\n\nWHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAATTTTTTTTTTTTTT?\n\nYes sir, that is what he said. 11 point 4 gees.\nCan we say HORSEHOCKEY?\n\nA roller coaster ride falling from 200 feet only produces at the most, 3\ngees. A jet fighter pilot has to wear a gee suit to combat a mere 7 gees.\n\nNow don't get me wrong, the show is mostly entertaining and educational.\nIt's just that sometimes these two dorks get things totally wrong.\n\nIf you must know, a "g" is the force applied against your body during\ncertain events. 1g is normal. 2g means it takes twice as much force from\nyour body to do the same work. 11 point 4g? Hell, you could barely move.