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That's Impossible
Sundays 8PM SIN/HK

That's Impossible

Invisibility, time travel, teleportation, mind control and extended life spans - as strange as they seem, history's most impossible inventions and hard-to-believe hypotheses may soon be reality. That's Impossible uncovers the cutting-edge technologies and revolutionary studies that are making the impossible possible by examining history's most mysterious stories and then evaluating the evidence behind them. Did the United States Navy really teleport a ship, and how did a group of Buddhist monks disappear without explanation? Prominent physicists are uncovering evidence that says that time travel is not just possible, but likely; Duke University unveiled a new material that has light absorbing qualities that could be the first step to a true "invisibility cloak" straight out of Harry Potter; and scientists now say they can teleport atomic particles from one place to another, a key component toward developing the "transporters" in Star Trek.

Weather Warfare
Examine whether hurricanes, earthquakes and even tsunamis could be turned in the future into plausibly deniable weapons of mass destruction.
Mind Control
Take a look at whether it is possible to converse with people utilising only their minds with brainwave transmission technology, and computers which can read persons' thoughts.
Upcoming Airings:
  • Monday,27 Mar, 2017 - 02:00
  • Monday,27 Mar, 2017 - 08:00
  • Monday,27 Mar, 2017 - 14:00
Real Terminators
Take a look at whether cyborgs with superhuman strength, designed to protect humans, will eventually dominate their masters.
Death Rays & Energy Weapons
Take a look at whether death rays and energy weapons could be used for warfare in the future, and assess the lethality of laser cannons.
Invisibility Cloaks
Investigate classified reports that the British troops in 2007 tested an invisible battle tank using metamaterials. Witness a show of an invisibility cloak that makes a man vanish.
Eternal Life
Examine the endeavours being made to further life, including growing replacement body parts in a lab, and the creation of microscopic robots which can exterminate fatal maladies.