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There are some small, Easter egg type links between Agents of SHIELD, Agent Carter and Daredevil - but in general, they follow seperate characters in different areas of the world, and even different time periods. Unless you REALLY need to know how every aspect of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is linked, then you won't be missing out on anything by watching ...


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It was cleared in tie-in comics Iron Man 2: Public Identity, that J.A.R.V.I.S. is inspired by Jarvis. But hiring a Movie actor for a TV show is not so easy. When Paul Bettany signed for Iron Man films, Agent Carter was not even planned. So Paul was not obliged to play human Jarvis. And TV show don't spend as much as a big blockbuster like Iron Man do. Here ...


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The shows are setup to be independent from the movies and each other. There are references and easter eggs that enrich each other, but nothing essential. If you want the most out of it, watch the shows in the order they were released: Source: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/marvel-cinematic-universe-timeline-avengers/


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Distance is important aiming a weapon that's affected by gravity. Most common weapons have a parabolic arc to it, if aimed to compensate for gravity. Guns, mortars, rockets, rocks, Baseballs, etc. Shooting something 30 feet away likely does not require much correction. Shooting something 100 feet away would. Also something that has an object blocking it. ...


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From my understanding, since Sousa was able to use the lever on the machine, and everyone expected that to work, that the machine was not just a rift Creator, but also a rift maintainer. This meant, at least for me, that the rift and the machine were never disconnected from each other. I assume that, if the machine was to be moved somehow, the rift would ...


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