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How Hard Can It Be” is a new DIYer show on the National Geographic Channel this Sunday, October 2nd, at 8 pm.

The show stars Vin Marshall, Paul Carson, and Eric Gocke as they create outlandish projects like the UP house, a homemade rocket, and a robo-sub. Check out the video, it looks awe-some!

John Baichtal

John Baichtal

My interests include writing, electronics, RPGs, scifi, hackers & hackerspaces, 3D printing, building sets & toys. @johnbaichtal nerdage.net


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  1. Without support, Nat Geo probably won’t let us turn this special into a full season so please let them know that you want to see a show about making / engineering / hacking that takes on real challenges.  And who would you rather see do that then the 600 pounds of sin that made a pink camouflage tank?

  2. Time to seed the “How Hard Can It Be” show on bittorrents!

  3. Anonymous on said:

    How awesome!  What a great looking show, can’t wait to watch them!

  4. I’m live tweeting along with it right now and again on the west coast premier – 8pm and 9pm PST  @temotorworks  

  5. UPDATE: The showtime for the robo-sub episode premier has been CHANGED to 7pm EST / PST tonight, October 5th.

  6. UPDATE: The showtime for the robo-sub episode premier has been CHANGED to 7pm EST / PST tonight, October 5th.

  7. Craig Appleton on said:

    Best show on Nat Geo, its only just screening in New Zealand now mid Jan 2012

  8. OMG the guy with glasses is hot! teehee

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