I'm not entirely sure that this is the correct sub-section for this post - but I think 'Close Up' is probably it.
I was just wondering where I can find the workings of the effect that David Blaine had in one of his TV specials (perhaps the Vertigo special) in which a wine-glass smashes?
I suspect a similar effect could be achieved through resonance - but it seems unlikely.
Incidentally, several years ago while we were enjoying our Christmas dinner, a wine-glass that was sitting on the table spontaneously smashed. No-one was remotely near it. I don't believe there were any 'psychic' phenomena involved (who would!) - and suspect either some form of fatigue or resonance effect. Perhaps there's a material scientist (or anyone) that might provide an explanation?