(Guide data has this listed as "Myth Revolution!" but the on-screen "drawing board" title was "Myth Evolution," and that was the theme of the episode. I'm sticking with that as the title of the episode, and assuming the guide data is wrong.) No thread on this? Has everyone sort of given up on the series or something? First off: the Ninja Bullet myth - stupid. Whomever the fan was that submitted that was an idiot. That one was a foregone conclusion, and the only real interesting part was the rig that they made... but the fact that they spent so much time building a rig for a dumb myth made it less interesting. I fast forwarded over this. The breathing from a tire - I'd have called it "plausible," frankly. They didn't seem to spend much time practicing this, or doing some sort of scale test or above water test, or they too probably would've put it at plausible. There was clearly air coming out of the tire, so that part is valid... it's a question of getting yourself positioned to really plant your face on the tire so that you can actually breathe, I think. Speed Camera - pretty much what I expected, though I liked the reference to "Top Gear" (they mentioned a "UK car show" that tested it - the video can be viewed on YouTube in three parts). I guess I was kind of surprised by the Lenticular Lens test - it really seemed like it would work once they showed how much it distorted the text when viewed at an angle. Other than that - yeah, more of the same as before. Airbag Thumb - they don't teach 10/2 hand position anymore? Really? I'd be surprised if that's true, to be honest. (Granted, most people stop driving that way shortly after driver's ed anyway, so it's kind of pointless, but still.) I do have to admit, they did a pretty good job of testing this one. RFID vs. MRI - Dudes, stop saying "riffid" - it makes you sound like a moron. It's "r-f-i-d". Do they go around calling an ID card an "Id" card? Or the stuff that a radio picks up "riff"? Anyway. Stupid myth, but this was one of the first times that the show really ever recognized Scotty leaving the show ("Back when Tory was Scotty...") -- previously, when they revisited stuff from that era, they've always re-chopped the footage to cut her out of the scene as much as possible. Interesting that Kari was willing to get an RFID tag in her arm. Sorry, I wouldn't myself.