How Do They Do It?

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Thursday 9:00 PM on The Science Channel Premiered Sep 23, 2006 In Season

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  • Carpets Pummeled Into Submission

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    Perfection is key for the carpets pattern. Sheering, clean and tossing the carpets are done before going to market,
  • 2000 Year Old Trick

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    Carrera marble broken off by using essentially water balloons. The hunk of marble is worth up to 2 million dollars.
  • Precious Goop

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    Mother nature gets high tech. 1400 bottles of conditioner are filled every hour.
  • Clean the Beans

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    Coffee beans are dried in the sun. The exotic manure beans are put in a small roaster.
  • Forcing Water North

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    Canal is used for both transportation and irrigation.
  • Bellissima Parmigiano

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    Really tasty parmesan should be aged for 2 years. To test the cheese perfection a special hammer is used to listen for holes.
  • Tilt and Turn System

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    Two wheels are on the front of the scooter because it sticks to the ground better.
  • Edible Newspaper

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    Seaweed wraps are created like a newspaper. It goes through a process where bacteria is removed and then tested for taste.
  • Venetian Craftsmanship

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    14 hours to see if the new brass lantern arm molded successfully. The light, when done, matches the sunset over St. Mark?s square.
  • The King of Cheese

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    Salt is added to the Rockford cheese as a preservative. The cheese waits and mold in caves that stay the perfect temperature.
  • The Happy Nut

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    The crop is harvested all at once but most of it put in storage and stay fresh for up to a year.
  • Cargo Vessel

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    Each ship can take up to 2 years to assemble even for its huge size it's a very delicate operation.
  • Chopping Lettuce

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    Lettuce is very delicate and needs tender treatment through all its steps of washing and packaging.
  • Wet Foot Wear

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    The wood must be made tinder dry before it hits the shops or the clogs will mold.
  • Murky Brew Under Paris

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    The water is filter through a plant outside Paris and then returned to the river and it's clean enough for fish.
  • Potato Power

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    Thousands of dolls are hand carved all day except the smallest dolls which are done by machine. Then all are sealed with a potato paste.
  • Bug Based Ink

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    Pure deionized water is used and multiple filters are used to make the perfect ink for artists.
  • Chinese Dragon

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    Different colors symbolize different meaning. The painting mimics martial art moves.
  • Vulcanized Rubber Tire

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    The tread is melted on to the tread wires and it takes over 15 hours.
  • Swedish Ice Road

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    With 1 to 2 weeks to prepare the ice road across the lake the thickness is key to opening the road.
  • Light-Weight in Gold

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    Heat turns carbon fiber into immensely strong bike frames. Each frame is hand painted and then some are selected for testing to ensure durability.
  • Bounce Back Bagel

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    Boiling the bagel is done before going into the oven. The work is excruciatingly hot and constant in for the employees.
  • Pollution Revolution

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    Steel arrives by train thousands of tons at a time. Hot stamping is needed to convert the steel to be strong enough for a car.
  • Shiny Pretenders

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    Coin presses hammer the image into the blank coin. The anvil is stationary while the hammer moves back and forth and with one stick a coin is made.
  • Sky Truck

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    The M28 plane can take off in half the runway space of it's counter parts due to wings on the top and tail design.
  • Angel Share

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    The brandy leaves the factory to live in barrels for up to 12 years. The company is going on its 9th generation of family ownership.
  • Tempered Glass

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    The highest quality automotive glass needs to be shatter proof. The added vinyl layer protects from shattering but also from noise.
  • Ultimate Coffee Machine

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    All the boilers have to raise the water to precise temperature for the prefect cup of coffee.
  • Bottoms up

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    The spirits secret ingredient is a round-the-world voyage lasting 4 months. Then it's bottled in a processing plant.
  • Foam Jigsaw

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    Mattress foam is assembled from pieces after traveling a long journey.
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