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Impossible to prove: but almost definitely. As many sources exposed, The Sci-fi Channel 'overhauled' its content amidst a re-brand to SyFy, and have since produced consistently trashy material. It is (was) a clever move to acknowledge and appropriate the trash cinema heritage created by Troma Films (amongst others) in the late 80's/early 90's but the ...


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If you look at this factually.... well... I mean actually LOOK at this whole thing. Words don't do it justice. Ringed by footprints, sitting in the moondust, lies a 2-foot wide panel studded with 100 mirrors pointing at Earth: the "lunar laser ranging retroreflector array." Apollo 11 astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong put it there on July 21, ...


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Tank guns have the technology to compensate the Recoil of the fired shoot. This Wiki article is about recoil and mordern ways to compensate it. And this article is about the Muzzle brake - also to minimize the recoil. Both technics are straight against the fact that a fallen tank can be slowed down by shooting its gun. It would only start to spin around. ...


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The physics at work here are compression waves and terminal velocity. Think of a large speaker cabinet. If you stand up a piece of paper a few feet away and put the volume of your stereo all the way up, the paper will be blown over. Much like Sonar, the compression waves move air toward an object. Now, to stop a steel tank, those waves would have to be ...


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His hair is partly burned off in an explosion. As you can (just about) see when he's chasing down Kyle and Sarah after the shootout in Tech Noir, his hair is long and flowing: Then when Sarah and Kyle get to their car, Kyle shoots at the petrol tank of a car in front of him and blows it up, then The Terminator jumps through the flames and catches fire: ...



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