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The MythBusters tested over 1,000 distinct myths in 271 hour-long episodes spanning 14 years, resulting in a vast amount of information about common myths and interesting phenomena. The following overview attempts to summarize and categorize the results of the entire
MythBusters series as succinctly as possible. Table of Contents Hidden Dangers A rock kicked up by a lawnmower can deliver the same force as a bullet. A pane of plate glass dropped from sufficient height can cut a person in half, but tempered glass will just crush the person. Spray sunscreens can be flammable due to the propellants. A railroad tanker car can implode after being steam cleaned and then sealed and cooled, but only if it has prior damage. A faulty water heater can explode and shoot through the roof of a house, even a two-story house. (The phenomenon can also be used to partially extinguish a house fire or to power a cannon.) A dog bowl can focus enough sunlight to start a fire. A high-rise office worker can accidentally run through a plate-glass window and fall to their death. A heavy insect hitting a motorcycle rider in the right spot could kill the rider. If a car is driven into water, there is very little time to open the doors before the water pressure becomes too great. The pressure will also prevent the windows from being rolled down, and keys, cell phones, and steel-toed boots will be ineffective at breaking the windows. Once the car interior is flooded, the doors can be opened again. Under the right circumstances, a taser may ignite someone who has just been pepper sprayed. If a hunting revolver is held improperly when fired, escaping gases can blow the hunter''s tongue can instantly stick to a freezing pole. The vortex from a passing train will not suck a person into the tracks. A large number of cigarette lighters in a hot car could lead to a lethal explosion. A cigarette lighter is not likely to explode in a pocket, in a laundry dryer, or on a car dashboard, but it is likely explode when hit with a golf club or when placed near welding tools. If a steel cable snaps, it will not cut a person in two. A lava lamp or a can of beans heated on a stove can explode with lethal force. A glass jug of milk and a can of potted meat will also explode, but less forcefully. A passing snowplow does not move enough air to flip a car. If denim pants are soaked in certain farm chemicals, they can spontaneously combust. Steel toe boots will not amputate someone''t be a lethal weapon. Chrome ball-chain can appear to levitate as it falls from a container. Water falling in front of a speaker can appear to freeze in place on camera. A vehicle with square wheels can provide a smooth ride if driven fast, but square wheels do not give an advantage in hill climbing. A sailboat stranded in calm water can move forward using an on-board fan to blow air into its own sail. A foam cup filled with soda and ice that is thrown from a car could pierce another car''t necessarily cause lethal injury. A person can briefly wet their hand and dip it into molten lead without injury. Two phone books with interlocked pages require on the order of 8,000 pounds of force to be separated. An airplane can take off from a runway that is moving backwards like a treadmill. It is possible to make a balloon out of lead. You can experience a smoother ride on a rough road by driving faster. It is not easy to light a pool of gasoline using a cigarette. The area near a fireplace is colder than the rest of the room while a fire is burning. Idioms It is easy to punch out of a paper bag. 10 pounds of poop will not fit in a 5-pound bag. People can easily recognize the backs of their own hands. Taking candy from a baby is not as easy as it sounds. People may literally get cold feet when they are scared/timid. If poop hits a fan it can indeed create a large mess. You . can teach an old dog new tricks With an enormous amount of force, it is possible to literally knock someone''s mouth will not blow up the shark, as seen in Jaws. Water can quickly slow a bullet to non-lethal speeds, as seen in Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. Realistic face masks like those in the Mission Impossible series may be effective at fooling people. In Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man''s not feasible for a group of cars to stir up enough dust to blind a surveillance drone, as seen in Body of Lies. It is not possible to hold a bullet over a fire and discharge it toward an enemy, as seen in Shoot ''Em Up. A spear with a shotgun shell on its tip is not a feasible weapon, as seen in The Grey. A car halfway into an elevator won''t last as long as depicted in Point Break. A car that jumps off a ramp will not land with little damage, as see in The Dukes of Hazard. Shooting a lock with handguns will not break it, as seen in Big Trouble in Little China, but shooting it with shotgun slugs or a high-power rifle could. It is feasible to equip a car with a discreet seat ejector, as seen in Austin Powers in Goldmember. A person cannot escape through a floor by shooting a ring around themself, as seen in Underworld. A sword cannot cut off the blade of another sword, as seen in The Count of Monte Cristo. A sports car at high speed can skip across a lake, as seen in Cannonball, but launching off a ramp is counterproductive. A urine-soaked silk shirt will not bend prison bars when wrapped around and twisted, as seen in Shanghai Noon. A cable attaching the rear axle of a car to a light post will not yank the rear axle out, as seen in American Graffiti. A car cannot fire a grappling hook around a pole to make a sharp turn, as seen in Batman. Making a usable candle out of earwax, as seen in Shrek, is not possible. It is not possible for a person to punch out of a coffin as depicted in Kill Bill and it is only possible to dig out of a shallow grave with an open coffin. Movie Clichés Implausible Events A limousine balanced on the edge of a cliff will not topple if a bird lands on it. A soldier who strapped jet-assisted take-off (JATO) rockets to his car could not have soared over a mile through the air. A person in a lawn chair can be lifted by weather balloons and a child can be lifted by a huge number of party balloons. Transforming a broken-down car into a working motorcycle with only basic hand tools is not feasible. A drum filled with methanol can''s skull. A trombonist could not have launched his mute with a firecracker, knocking over the conductor and blowing open his trombone. A Corvette cannot act as a ramp enabling another car to do a barrel roll. It is not possible for a person to catch a bullet with their teeth. Illegal immigrants could not be launched over the U.S. border using a giant slingshot. A woman could not have been impregnated by a bullet which had also hit a man''s body or heating the room, by being covered in mud, or by wearing a diving suit. A motion detector can be fooled by moving very slowing or by holding a bed sheet in front of you, but not by wearing heavily-padded clothing. Laser beam detectors cannot be dodged using night vision goggles or cosmetic powder to reveal them, or by pointing another laser at the detector. A thief may be able to fill a safe with water and open it using an explosive, without damaging the contents. A police speed radar/lidar cannot be beaten by: jingling a set of keys, hanging a disco ball or CDs from the rear-view mirror, covering hubcaps with foil, lining the license plate with LEDs, using a magnetron, releasing tin foil as chaff, or painting the car matte black. Climbing an air duct using magnets or suction cups is possible, but too noisy to be useful. Suction cups could also be used to climb a building. Glass cannot be silently cut open by gently cutting a circle and removing it with a suction cup, but drilling a hole does work without too much noise. A pressure sensor under an item could be carefully squeezed with knife and then held down with tape while the item is taken. A modern safe cannot be cracked using a stethoscope, but it could be cracked by drilling a hole and visually aligning the tumblers. Escaping Prison Weather & Natural Phenomena Physical Sciences & Conundrums A truck carrying birds will not be lighter if the birds are flying instead of standing. A bullet fired into the surface of a frozen lake can spin like a top after impact. Swimming in bubbling water may be impossible. Folding a piece of paper in half more than seven times is possible. A ball thrown backwards from a moving vehicle, at the same speed as the vehicle, will fall straight down. A lock becomes easier to break when frozen with liquid nitrogen. Objects of different mass fall at the same rate. A bullet fired horizontally will land at the same time as a bullet dropped from the same height. Diamonds cannot be fabricated by combining chemicals in a pressure cooker, by putting charcoal and peanut butter in a microwave, or by cooling molten graphite and iron. Diamonds can be made, however, by compressing graphite with a huge amount of explosives. Pykrete is stronger than ice and it can be used to make a functional, but impractical, boat. Dropping alkali metals into water will not create huge explosions, and sodium and water will not blow a hole in a wall. The tensioned strings in a burning piano will not pop. A small car can be lifted into the air by fire hoses. Greenhouse gases do increase the amount of heat absorbed by air. Cows emit greenhouse gases and cow manure can be used to generate electricity. An RFID tag will not explode if placed inside an MRI scanner. Sound waves can put out a flame, but an unamplified human voice cannot. Anti-gravity is not possible. A pool of dense gas can make a tin foil boat appear to float in the air. A compressed air cylinder can blast itself through a concrete wall, but a boat cannot be effectively powered by one. A car sound system cannot quickly shatter all the windows; when one window breaks the pressure has a path to escape. A black car will heat up faster than a white one. It is possible to get free energy using a coil of wire under a power line, but getting enough to power a house is not practical. A train will not be derailed if coins are placed on the tracks. Metronomes will synchronize on a sliding platform, but an excessive number will not. Soldiers marching on a bridge could cause a harmonic oscillation resulting in a collapse, but it is very unlikely. A frozen chicken penetrates aircraft and train windshields better than a thawed one. A glass of water can superheat in a microwave and boil over dangerously when removed. Walking over hot coals is possible because ash forms an insulating layer and because the contact time is brief. If thrown into a fire, a fire extinguisher can explode and put the fire out, depending on the type of fire extinguisher. Making a stun gun that delivers a shock over a stream of water is possible but highly impractical. An oversized Newton''s own power, but it is possible on a rigid-arm swing set. A shop vacuum will not act like a jet engine if it sucks up gasoline. A clothed snowman melts slower than a naked one. A regular house fan cannot cause decapitation. Noise may help plants grow. An ordinary playing card cannot be thrown with enough power to be lethal. Dropping an electrical appliance into a bath can be deadly, but modern GFCI devices prevent this. A makeshift hovercraft can be built for under $500. A CD can shatter if spun too fast, but CD-ROMs do not spin fast enough to cause this. A household washing machine does not have the strength to spin a flailing man. Microwaving metal will not blow up the microwave. Superglue can be used to attach a furniture to a ceiling, creating the illusion of an upside-down room. Food & Drink Eating poppy seeds can lead to a positive drug test for opioids. It may be possible to liquefy the inside of a whole fruit with an explosion and drink from it with a straw. It is possible to cook a meal using a car''s stomach explode, nor will swallowing too much Pop Rocks and soda. A frozen turkey can crush your foot if dropped, and possibly your dog too. A turkey cannot be cooked using a microwave radio or a radar antenna. A cereal box does not have more nutritional value than the cereal within it. Food cannot be launched in the air through ingredients and flames and land fully cooked. Toast is not inherently more likely to land buttered-side down, but it could be more likely to when pushed from the height of a standard table. Dropping a frozen turkey into a deep fryer is very dangerous, but the turkey will not explode. A tin of biscuit dough can explode in a hot car, but aerosol spray and cola cans will not. Cola can be used as a cleaning agent to remove bloodstains or clean chrome, battery terminals, or a penny. Cola will not clean rust or greasy/ oily things. It will not dissolve a steak or a tooth overnight and it will not kill sperm. A six-pack of beer or soda will not be quickly cooled by burying it in sand and igniting gasoline on top of it; salty ice water is the most practical solution. Pain from eating hot peppers can be relieved with milk, but not with water, beer, tequila, toothpaste, petroleum jelly, or wasabi. Alcohol Toilets and Bodily Functions Germs & Health Cars & Driving Fuel Efficiency Aviation & Aircraft Boats Animals Physical Feats War & Armaments Historical Feats