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posted: 04/11/12
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The mythbusters
The Discovery Channel

If you're like us, you've heard a good many stories in your time. A lot of them certainly seem true. But others ... well, did Lucille Ball really bust a Japanese spy ring by picking up on radio signals in her dental fillings?

We're here to help answer that question and more. Give us your myths, and we'll give you peace of mind. Just post them in our message boards; we'll check them out and see what we can do.

And while you're there, let us know what you think of the show, or just say hello to Jamie (aka "jamiehyneman"), Adam (aka "mistersavage") or executive producer Dan Tapster (aka "producer_dan"). They're cool that way.

To SEND US YOUR IDEAS for myths to bust, click here, and find the right forum by subject matter. (Note, the idea becomes the property of Discovery Communications, LLC)

—To POST WITH FELLOW FANS about the latest episode, click here.

HAVE A SCIENCE OR MYTH QUESTION? Click here and ask away!

—And, finally, if you just feel like chatting, visit the MB WATER COOLER.

—To DIVE RIGHT IN and respond to the current conversation, check out the Recent Posts section below.

One last thing. We know this won't apply to you, but just as a reminder: Kids read and post in our boards. Please watch your language and your subject matter, or our moderator will have to go in and edit you.

It's just the way it is; check out our Visitor Agreement below. Believe us, we don't want to edit you, but we will if we have to. So submit those myths, but be realistic about which we could actually test and air, OK?

The other thing is that to participate in the discussion, you must be a member of My Discovery. Log in to the Message Boards and create an account. Only after you register and choose a screen name can you post messages in the board.



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