On India's 69th Independence Day, National Geographic Channel & Manish Paul is launching a special campaign to help people achieve a new kind of freedom. Freedom from Stupidity!
On 15th August, with the launch of the much awaited new season of Science of Stupid on National Geographic Channel, Manish Paul will showcase amazing misadventures of people from around the world. All of these mishaps, from biking stunts gone wrong to people slipping on wet floor, will be analyzed to find the scientific reason of what exactly went wrong and why. Manish will explain the physics, chemistry and biology at play, and then present forensic details to explain the stupidity that resulted in failure.
The new season combines science with some of the craziest, most spectacular and painful user generated clips ever recorded from all over the world. It not only has UGC footage of these unbelievable fails, but also combines great animation sequences with incredible slow-motion photography to explain the stunts.
Manish Paul, who has also hosted the two earlier seasons of the highly successful series, says 'This new season is much more exciting than any episodes you would've seen earlier! It not only has some mindboggling clips of stunts gone wrong, but also showcases some really fascinating science theories! Of course, watching it will be incredibly entertaining. But it will also make people more aware of stupid and embarrassing things they can commit. Hopefully, we will give them Freedom from Stupidity through this series!'
Tune into National Geographic Channel to catch the launch of the new season of Science of Stupid at 9 pm on 15th August. The series continues every Monday to
Friday at 9 pm on the channel.