The 10 Coolest Things We Saw at the MythBusters Studio

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imajoebob

Someone familiar with The Scientific Method.

Their science really sucks. It's often very entertaining, but it's facile at best, dangerous at worst. Two quick examples:
They tested gas mileage with AC vs open windows. By using two vehicles. Not one truck with the windows open, then closed with the AC on, but one truck with the windows open, and a completely different truck with the windows closed. Maybe the two vehicles had different mileage to begin with?

Shooting bullets into water - they should be arrested for this one. The biggest fault was using a monstrously high-powered rifle about 6 feet from the water. When the molten slug hit the water at about 3,000 mph it disintegrated. Duh! If they backed up about 30 feet and did it again, the bullet would have cooled and entered the water, skicing through it and the ballistic gel like a Ginsu through a tomato. But their verdict was that a pistol was more dangerous to someone in the water than a huge rifle.

If they want to say, "Watch this, It's cool!" I'm all for it. But to present this as anything other than superficial trash science is just a lie.

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riccardo

Car and Driver did the windows-down-vs.-air-conditioning test too (Dec. 2008), with one car driven at at a steady 35, 55, and 75 mph.  Windows down lowered mpg by 1.5%, 3.3%, and 2.0% respectively, while the A/C reduced mpg by 15.3%, 9.3%, and 6.8% respectively.  Higher engine revs at highway speeds increased the engine's ability to run the A/C compressor efficiently, accounting for the better A/C-on mileage at high speeds vs. low speed.  They were surpised by the results too.

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imajoebob: It's just a TV show. Sometimes it's just cool to watch them blow stuff up and stop worrying about the science.

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It is nice and funny to see the things they do, but there are some instances when they don't necessarily seem to try everything.  For example: The episode where some gangster or mob boss had a gun go off in his car because of a loud stereo.  The system they put together was very poorly built, and I was a little upset by how excited they were to see 130dbs because they had already done a car audio myth where they did 164 and got to experience professional competitors and their setups.  Not to mention, they borrowed the MTX escalade and just set the guns down inside of it with no protection what-so-ever for the vehicle in the event the guns did go off, it was like K T G didn't care about the myth they were testing.  There are two guys out there who have done 180-181 db inside of their car, and many who can do 155-170.  The MTX truck they used didn't do more that mid 140db it seemed.  I was disappointed with all of the flaws in that myth.  None of the subwoofers they used for the testing were even remotely near a top level subwoofer.  It didn't seem like they cared when they did that myth.

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So go to their discovery.com forums, and post this.  They may revisit the myth.  Though iirc, just about every calier bullet stopped within six inches of the surface.  It's entirely possible that this slug would to. 

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