Maybe consider: Drop Bears https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drop_bearIn general, I live in Australia and I have never experience those things before.
It must be quite difficult to observe yourself not waking if you sleep through a sound that does not wake you.I don't think my ability to wake quickly would be dependent on my sleep state, cause it was the same for the rest of my senes, no matter how long i've slept or how deep the sleep is, as long as I can hear or feel something, I will wake up no matter what.
The most significant characteristic of your “wave” hypothesis is that the influence is from a “technology” that is powerful, but remains just beyond the level of your detection or understanding. A parallel idea is the “wind farm syndrome”, believed by some to be caused by infra-sound from wind turbine blades.The only thing I can think about is some type of wave or sound that are in the lower or higher the human ear frequency so that I can't hear them and if that true, I would conclue that somethings can make those noise which is enough to break glass is wandering around my house.
Along with what zooby said, maybe they needed just the slightest nudge by some force, check to see if any meteorites were recorded at that time around your location. Just how loud would a small sonic boom be ? and would there be an air disturbance that might cause the final breakage ?maybe it was the reason but according to how long i've bought it I think that isn't the case here. Cause I bought it year ago, use it with hot water, cold water, and in all room temperature, so I think it should be something else. Cause some time the temperature change from 38 C degree to 11 C Degree but those glasses still okay.