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See something in a movie that just didn't look right?  Ironman 3 have some "funky" stuff?  Could some of those stunts really happen?  Let's explore that here!

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I recently saw Gravity with Sandra Bullock and George Clooney and I was outraged with some of the physics I was seeing. I can't remember the specifics, but the physics in that movie was blowing my mind. Not sure how accurate it was

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Awesome!  We were just talking about that movie today in class -- challenging my students to go watch it and report back on what they thought of the physics in it.  Date night with Missus Fullerton on Saturday -- perhaps we'll be able to watch it and form our own opinions!

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Why is that thread dead? It's an excellent idea for a topic and one would expect it to be flooded with movie examples! Why is it dead? REally? No one wants to try and "explain" curved bullet in "Wanted"? ;)

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