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Titanic - Bobbing Water
go to the part were jack is hand-cuffed to that bar.They show the shot with the camera outside the ship completly underwater, then it goes inside, look at the window behind jack, you can see water bobbing in the window, when the that part of the ship is supposed to be under water!
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crock on 01-04-2000
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brent84ty writes:
Actually, if you wanna get technical, on the whole straw thing...the water IN the straw would be at a higher level than that OUTSIDE of the straw.
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fmc writes:
angel, I dont think you fully understand what this slipup is about. When you see jack from outside the ship the whole window and as far up the side of the ship that you can see is underwater, when you see jack from the inside the water only comes halfway up the window.
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Allstar Angel writes:
Hello? Ever looked at a straw when it's in a glass of water? The liquid in the straw is at a lower level than the water outside the straw. The same would go for a ship immersed in water.
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Candie writes:
Hello, ever thought about that that part of the ship wasn't all the way under water yet. A little bit of the window still needed to go underwater. It took two hours for the ship to sink.
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SuGaRBaBy writes:
First of all, when Jack is hand cuffed, he notices that water is coming in from under the door. This means that the part of the ship where he is, is already underwater. Second of all, the camera shows the window that is filled completely with water before it shows the window with the water only half way up. It makes it look like the ship is rising, not sinking.
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