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"Chaos Caught on Camera" is a television series on the Science Channel that features user-generated content from disastrous situations and is deconstructed with incredible statistics to reveal the life-saving science at the center of the unbelievable events.

Viral videos flood the Internet when a spontaneously chaotic event is haphazardly captured on film. These heart-stopping moments are at the center of this series.

This series features scenes from catastrophic weather, amazing tales of human endurance, disastrous engineering fails, astonishing animal attacks and incredible real time footage of near fatal accidents.

Is it possible for a man to out ski an avalanche in the Alpines of France? How long can a chef trapped sunken ship stay alive with only a can of soda? Can a group of skydivers endure an all-encompassing fireball during an in-air collision? These questions — and many more — are broken down by astonishing statistics and graphic reconstructions of the event to explain the scientific principals that ruled the outcome of these events.


Network: Science Channel
Genre: Reality
Premiere Date: April 13, 2015
Seasons: 1

Shock and Science Collide in 'Chaos Caught on Camera' — Premiering Monday, April 13, the new Science Channel series features rare footage of shocking events and the science that saved the day. Read more...

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