Curriculum for a myth buster

Timothy Burke explains why MythBusters, which my children rightly love, is a wonderful advertisement for a liberal arts education:

If you were the president of a liberal arts college, I think you could do a lot worse than sitting down with Jamie Hyneman, paying him a consultant’s fee, and asking him, “How would you build a curriculum designed to train a MythBuster?”

2 thoughts on “Curriculum for a myth buster

  1. Andy

    Wouldn’t a science degree be far more useful for mythbusting? Everything they do on that show is related to physics, engineering, or chemistry.

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  2. Hyde

    Mythbusters is not real science. The experiments they use to prove or disprove myths is horrible horrible science. They like to come up with big bang/wowie experiments more than actual scientific experiments. Anyone who thinks Mythbusters is real science is clearly a liberal arts major with no science background.

    I’m not kidding…

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