The Science Behind Blowing Stuff Up
Did you know the founder of the Nobel Peace Prize also invented dynamite? Trace discusses this and other fun facts about explosives with Tory Belleci, Mythbusters alum and host of a new show on TestTube.com called Blow It Up!
What is dynamite and how does it work?
"Dynamite is one example of a chemical explosive. An explosive is anything that, once ignited, burns extremely rapidly and produces a large amount of hot gas in the process."
The Nobel Peace Prize, 1901-2000
"This article is intended to serve as a basic survey of the history of the Nobel Peace Prize during its first 100 years. Since all the 107 Laureates selected from 1901 to 2000 are to be mentioned, the emphasis will be on facts and names."
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