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Old 08-06-2014, 05:17 AM   #3
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There are plenty of errors in Sci Fi. I remember in one Star Trek movie they show a bottle of champaign revolving in space til it hits the hull of a star ship whereupon it shatters and liquid splatters. I'd think that a rigid substance like a champaign bottle would shatter in vacuum as there would be no external pressure and plenty of internal. Not to mention the contents should freeze solid at 250 below zero (the temp in orbital space). No doubt hundreds of people worked on that movie and it still slipped through so an individual writer could make errors and not catch them as well.
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