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This question is likely better asked over on http://mechanics.stackexchange.com/ My non-mechanic understanding is that, first of all, most of the vehicle accouterments in Max Max are mainly there for show rather than practical purposes. That said, what the warboys are spitting in to are air intake valves. This is what feeds the engine its combustion ...


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Note that I am no mechanic, and I do not recall specifically the lead-up to that scene in the film, but I do know that there is such a thing as "water injection" which is really methanol+water injection (or humorously "meth injection"). I think the idea is that the methanol is higher octane (or rather increases the fuel octane, slowing detonation) and the ...


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Into the Storm depicted multiple individuals not only being sucked into the tornadoes, but getting pulled in a spiral up the funnels. This is wrong on most every count. While tornadoes do, in fact, pull on objects, they generally toss them at an apogee, rather than pulling them inside. This is especially true for sizable objects, such as humans. ...


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For starters you need to consider that "real science" when people talk about Interstellar is still largely "speculative-albeit-imaginable science". While we can get spaceships off the surface of our planet, we're hardly flying manned missions into deep space any time soon. With this in mind, any "real" science is mostly theoretic when it comes to deep space ...


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I see people accusing the guy saying that he sleeps in a hotel while filming and is faking it all and stuff; but what I really want to know is that if he fakes those things why the hell does he eat those things (I don't know if drinking his piss or liquid of some animal's was faked but he does eat a lot of raw things) he could just be eating a dead zebra ...


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Well, Dr. Lightman's theory isn't a complete hoax, even if its accurateness and applicability is exaggerated very much in the show. Yet, still this doesn't make the TV series "a paradox in itself", since Tim Roth doesn't actually judge the acted emotions of his fellow actors, but just plays a role himself, too. It's an entirely scripted process, so you could ...



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