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revised Why did the monkey remain undead in Pirates of the Carribbean?
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revised Why didn't Elizabeth get cursed?
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Dec
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reviewed No Action Needed Why didn't Elizabeth get cursed?
Dec
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revised Why did the monkey remain undead in Pirates of the Carribbean?
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revised Why didn't Elizabeth get cursed?
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Dec
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comment Why is the ring of debris (accretion disk) surrounding Gargantua shaped the way it is?
@hello_there_andy Haha, no problem, nobody's perfect. In general there is no problem with questions existing on different sites, this happens naturally (most often between here and scifi.se), as long as they're not asked on multiple sites by same user right away, but you learned your lesson. The question seems a good fit here (and is slightly older than your physics one anyway). For more insight on the matter you can also take a look here. ;-)
Dec
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reviewed No Action Needed Why are zoom shots rarely used?
Dec
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comment How could the human race be saved in Interstellar?
WUT? Sorry, but I have a hard time getting what you're actually telling here.
Dec
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revised Were any non-CGI movies shot in their entirety though a colored lens/filter?
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Dec
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revised Is the street fight in “They Live” the longest clocked street fight in a film?
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Dec
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revised Why is the ring of debris (accretion disk) surrounding Gargantua shaped the way it is?
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Dec
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comment Why is the ring of debris (accretion disk) surrounding Gargantua shaped the way it is?
@hello_there_andy While an in-universe description was not directly given in the movie, luckily the in-universe reason matches the real reason since the visualization was to a large degree physically correct afterall. So it seems pretty much on-topic on both sites, it's a proper plot-explanation/realism question here. But please don't deliberately cross-post your questions to multiple sites, that's discouraged behaviour, pick one and ask it there. Afterall your Physics question is already a duplicate anyway.
Dec
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revised Why are zoom shots rarely used?
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Dec
8
revised Independent movie where a woman investigates her twin sister's death
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Dec
8
comment Why do sitcoms generally have A-B Story Structure?
I'd say it's mostly for providing diversification so that the A story line doesn't get boring. It's especially interesting when both storylines suddenly intertwine. Afterall most sitcoms show a group of more people or a particular microcosmos (family, clique, company, ...) rather than a single portagonist experiencing adventures on his own. So it's natural that others have going on interesting things, too, and storyline B is to hint at that. Yet, with more than two storylines the casual sitcom viewer would be overstrained. But that just as a thought, I don't have an actual idea so much either.
Dec
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revised How could the human race be saved in Interstellar?
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Dec
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reviewed Reviewed What's the House MD episode where he hired a woman to fake dead to fool the team?
Dec
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revised What's the House MD episode where he hired a woman to fake dead to fool the team?
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reviewed Reviewed Why exactly did Walt visit Jack's gang?
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comment Is there a trope for a pile-on fight?
@Walt Well, you probably won't get more reliable than that when it's about "tropes" (not implying that it's reliable enough at all, though).