The team dive into a trio of water-related myths, finding out how far bullets can penetrate water, whether hitting the surface is the same as hitting concrete, and if walking on water is possible using ninja technology.
The team investigate whether gummy bears can be used as rocket fuel, if an overheating water heater can become a rocket, and if a surfboard can be rocket-powered.
The Mythbusters build an air cannon to see if a ping pong ball projectile can be lethal. They test the effect of water pressure on a deep-sea diver and find out if the pressure in a fire hose is enough to lift a car.
The team test myths relating to the laws of motion, finding out if Newton's cradle can be supersized with wrecking balls, and comparing a two car head-on crash to a single car crashing into a wall.
The team delve into the little-known world of shock waves, testing to see if it's possible to surf an explosive wave, or to survive an underwater explosion by diving deep.
The team seek to answer friction related myths about the impossibility of pulling apart interleaved phone books, and the possibility of a fishing reel catching fire should a fish pull it too fast.
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