Here’s my Science Channel Bio:
Ever since his dad taught him how to use a power drill at age three, Mike Senese has never met a piece of machinery he wasn’t dying to take apart. Graduating from remote control vehicles to robotics to reviving a 39-foot, 26 ton 1963 caboose, he immersed himself into the dynamic worlds of physics, electronics and mechanical engineering.
At 16, he spent his first summer abroad, promoting public health by constructing latrines in the Ecuadorian Andes. A few years later, he rebuilt his 1973 Land Rover bumper to bumper to explore the Arizona desert.
As the science co-host of Fuse TV’s “Rock and Roll Acid Test,” Mike applied technical know-how to challenge the most extreme urban legends of rock music.
Check out some awesome projects from Mike on his site.
Oh, yeah! Before we forget: Let’s face it. Mike knows how to wear a mustache. Become friends with Mike’s ‘stache on Facebook.
More pics and info are available on my homepage.