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Deep Blue Sea - Why Does the Water Keep Coming In
In one scene you see the shark throw a guy into a window and it shatters. Later in the movie, in the same room, you see that the water has completely filled the room. Shouldn't the water have stopped at the bottom of the window?
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frogsnmonkeys writes:
Wasn't that an underwater lab? I may not see what you're getting at...but if the room was underwater, then the whole room should be filled with water...
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duck2k1 writes:
Well, it's very obvious that if something is below the water, then when there is even a slight hole in anything then the room will get completely filled.
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Twisty Tristy writes:
Hello they are underwater in an OCEAN. The better question would be how could the room NOT fill up with water.
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kalock writes:
To answer the question about the shaft filling up with water.. If you will remember... The top of the shaft was no longer sealed.... So the air was going out the top... Perhaps you should read up on physics
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Angel_Shark writes:
What do you mean at the bottom of the window?
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Drewguy writes:
I agree. The same problem also happened when they enter that large shaft. All the water tight doors are closed, yet somehow the water gets higher and higher... where does all that air that was in the shaft go?
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N S writes:
Keep in mind the water pressure four levels under sea level. And that empty shaft was vaccuumed, remember? It sucked everything in.
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