When a statue in the street turns to gold, followed by other metal objects, Carter and the scientists try to figure out what's going on -- leading to the statue's sculptor, who may be experimenting in alchemy. Meanwhile the conspiracy about the artifact deepens as Kevin's amazing abilities begin to grow.
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License plate on the pick-up EMC. This plays homage to E=MC2. See more
When Jack walks into his work area, Dactylos is making sparks with a MIG welder, holding the electrode end several inches above his work. The actual use of a MIG welder involves holding the electrode end about half an inch above the work surface so that gas can flow around the arc to prevent oxidation of the deposited metal. See more
We just became the richest town in the world!
Well, that's one way to look at it. Gold is a soft metal, so it doesn't bear the same weight as steel, so our infrastructure could be collapsing. We'd be rich, but dangerously unstable.
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References The Wizard of Oz
Eureka On My Mind Reprise
Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh See more