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Most were re-busted, with only a few being deemed plausible -- none were reversed from busted to confirmed.While the Myth Busters occasionally get criticized by armchair scientists, they're the first to admit that they aren't scientists and do the best they can to entertain and carry out legitimate experiments.

The build team has done everything from testing whether a snow plow could blow a passing car from the road (busted) to sending a school bus behind the path of a passenger jet engine to see if it could be blown off the ground (confirmed).

Tory Belleci is another San Francisco State graduate.

He worked as a stage manager with Jamie after graduation, then got a job at director George Lucas' special effects company, Industrial Light and Magic ( ILM). He's billed as an electronics and radio-control specialist and his resume does nothing to disprove it -- he was one of the controllers for the R2-D2 model for "The Phantom Menace." While working at ILM as a model maker and animatronics engineer, he also worked on movies like "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" and the last two "Matrix" films.

Described by the trio as “Mythbusters in Wonderland,” “The White Rabbit Project” will debut on the streaming platform later this year.

According to Nerdist, the title comes from the fact this new show will center around the oddities you might encounter when you ‘go down the rabbit hole on the internet.’ A quick teaser was shown at Dragon Con, where the announcement was made, featuring Belleci and Byron attempting to enjoy a glass of wine — only one of them is “strapped up to a bunch of wires” while the other is “attempting to control his arm movements remotely.”Few other concrete details have been divulged, including the precise nature of Imahara, Belleci and Byron’s involvement or how many episodes are expected, though “The White Rabbit Project” does have a release date: December 9 on Netflix.