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Bizarre Science is a television program depicting the weirdest, strangest science stories of 2013. The topics are off the wall, and never heard of before. From honeybees, weird bats, and mystery ancestors to new body parts, pee power, and quantum wormholes, this series presents topics that are eye opening and educational.

One episode focuses on the study of a fear in parts of West Africa that genitals are shrinking into the body or being stolen. Another episode covers the familiar topic of the Yeti, offering DNA evidence.

The episodes are written from anthropological perspective and incorporate scientific evidence as support.

Bizarre Science is a Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (3 episodes). The series first aired on December 27, 2013.

Bizarre Science is available for streaming on the FilmRise website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Bizarre Science on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon online.

FilmRise
1 Season, 3 Episodes
December 27, 2013
Documentary & Biography
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  • On a daily basis, we take our human functions such as sight, hearing and balance for granted. However, these are the result of fascinating physiological processes. This episode of Bizarre Science answers questions such as: "why is a falling piece of toast more likely to land on the buttered side?"; why does alcohol affect men and women differently?"; "where do dreams come from?"; and more.

  • On a daily basis, we take our human functions such as sight, hearing and balance for granted. However, these are the result of fascinating physiological processes. This episode of Bizarre Science answers questions such as: "why is a falling piece of toast more likely to land on the buttered side?"; why does alcohol affect men and women differently?"; "where do dreams come from?"; and more.

  • On a daily basis, we take our human functions such as sight, hearing and balance for granted. However, these are the result of fascinating physiological processes. This episode of Bizarre Science answers questions such as: "how do we see?"; "why does water move in different directions on either side of the equator?"; "why do we get dizzy when we spin?"; and more.