Adam and Jamie team up to find out if a singer can break a wine glass without amplification. The rest of the team attempts to discover if a rolling stone gathers no moss, and if a regular shop vac can be transformed into a jet engine. Science concepts include resonance frequency, natural resonance, hertz, wavelength, amplitude, harmonic waves, fundamental waves, sound concentrations, tone, pitch, decibels, crystal harmonics, crystalline structure, energy transfer between mediums, energy reverberations within materials, constructive interference, material oscillations, biomechanics, combustion, thrust, jet engine engineering principles, fuel compression, and gas expansion.
Jamie and Adam look into the myth that Nikola Tesla invented an earthquake machine that almost destroyed his research building. Tory, Grant, and Kari look into the myth of the exploding lava lamp and if other containers can explode with deadly consequences. Science concepts discussed include resonance, resonance frequency, feedback, feedback loops, oscillations, wave frequency, energy, wave superposition, kinetic energy, thermal energy, pressure and temperature relationships, the rapid cooling of heated surfaces, and structural integrity.