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Independence Day - See the Breeze That Isn't There
In the first minute of the movie, the moon is shown. They show the plaque that was placed on the moon. The next picture shows the footprints of astronauts. Out of the blue, the wind begins to blow dust and move a small moon rock.
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seen in video and dvd versions
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Anonymous on 05-24-2001
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slipknotguy187 writes:
OK, it wasn't wind, it was supposed to show the enormity of the ship, you know, like it's so big when it moves it rumbles stuff and everything moves with it...get it?
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Syera writes:
I think that gravitational push of the ship had something to do with it. You know how the moon causes the tide to lower and rise?
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Tim writes:
True true, but in space, there is no matter for the vibrations to travel through to make that shoe print move.
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